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We had dry sex on 10th September, I did not penetrate her, just rubbed my parts to hers, since I read precum also contains sperm so for safety reasons she took unwanted 72 after 30 hours, exactly after 6 days taking pill she went through minor bleeding for 3 days once a day. She is saying that bleeding is not similar to her periods at all. Her period date was 28th September but after 13 days of her date she is not getting her menses, she is 13 days late an there is no sign of period. Urine Pregnancy test was negative on 9th October. My questions are - 1. What was that bleeding which occurred after 6 days of taking pill? 2. Is there any chance of pregnancy, cause I did not penetrate her and ejaculated away? 3. How many days period can get delayed after taking pill?
Hello doctors, I have constipation Problem and stomach gas problem. I am not able to clean my stomach at all I need to go to toilet 5 to 6 times a day even and then too Stomach dont get clean and I get pain near anal opening as well sometimes it bleed and pain like hell. What should i do now?
She is having swelling in feet and both the legs increases while standing or travelling suffering from varicose veins.
What are the symptoms of tuberculosis. I have cough for more than 2 weeks and chest pain also . Have I tuberculosis.
Sir, its just bleed in stool and some time it pains like irritation. Its been 3 months and in a week it happens. Is it piles or something else please help suggest what to do as today it bleed a lot and I am feeling nervous.
She is diagnosed with rectum ulcer colitis. And doctor is saying she need to eat medicine every day now for life time .What should I do?
I have a problem ie: while having sex the sperm produces fast and it does’t lasts longer and I cannot enjoy sex, reason is my sperm comes out, I want long lasting sex, can you please help me with this problem?
Are you a woman suffering from diabetes? Diabetes is a group of metabolic diseases in which your blood sugar levels shoot up because of problems in the processing and production of insulin. Diabetes occurs in both men and women. However, there are some primary differences and contrasts between diabetes in men and in women.
The symptoms of diabetes in women are almost the same as those in men, except for some unique symptoms pertaining only to women, which include the following:
- Development of oral and vaginal yeast infections, along with vaginal thrush
- Urinary infections
- Sexual dysfunction
- Development of polycystic ovary syndrome
The common, general symptoms found in both men and women include a frequent urge for urination, enhanced hunger and thirst, fatigue, blurry vision, and sudden gain or loss of weight without obvious causes. Skin infections, irritability, nausea, darkening of skin in patches, a reduced feeling in the hands and feet are other general symptoms.
Diabetes and pregnancy
Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes
If you are pregnant and have diabetes, you should consult your doctor to know about the best ways of managing your health, and the health of your baby. It is important to track down your blood glucose levels before and during your pregnancy. While you are pregnant, glucose and ketones reach your baby via the placenta, and the baby utilizes this as energy. As such, too high glucose levels may leave your baby at risk.
This form of diabetes occurs in 9% of pregnancies in which the pregnancy hormones interfere with how insulin works. This results in the body making more insulin. In some women, the insulin produced is not enough and therefore, gestational diabetes develops.
Women are more prone to diabetes when the following factors are present:
- If you are above the age of 45
- If you are obese and have a family history of diabetes
- If you gave birth to a baby who weighed more than nine pounds
- If you have hypertension or high blood pressure, and high cholesterol
- If you are not into any form of exercise
- If you suffer from other health conditions, which are linked with insulin problems like PCOS or polycystic ovarian syndrome, or are having a history of stroke and heart diseases
There are certain prominent differences between diabetes occurring in men and women. Women receive less aggressive treatment for other conditions associated with diabetes. The complications caused in women because of diabetes are more challenging to diagnose properly. Moreover, the hormones and inflammation also work differently in the case of women. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Gynaecologist.