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Hello madam, me mere gf k sath unprotected sex kiya tha, but sperms under nhi gya tha, mene risk nhi liya, or unwanted 72 khila diya within 2 days, fir 8 days baad periods Ho gya tha, lekin uske baad 24 th February ko periods hona tha, lekin aaj 4 th March ho gya usko periods nhi ho rha hai, so madam please help me.
Hi doc, This query is related to periods I and my gf had made out on 11 jan (not intercourse. After that she had her periods on 1 feb. This is march, she is 2 weeks late.
I had sex with my girlfriend on 7th July and her bleeding get started during sex. I didn't ejaculate . I am tensed that she will get pregnant as I have heard about pre ejaculation. Please help me whether she will get pregnant or not.
A workout snack should be something that makes you full, is rich in nutrients and gives you a whole lot of energy. Since workouts are intense and require a lot of energy, your workout snack should be able to provide you with that kind of energy. Here’s a list of snacks that you can have pre workout or post workout:
You can blend up any kind of smoothie you like. Include fresh fruits, Greek yogurt, dry fruits, protein powder, and soy milk in your smoothie. These ingredients will you the dose of energy that you will require for a workout or for after a workout.
Eggs contain proteins in a large amount.You can eat a few boiled eggs. Eggs make for an ideal workout snack. Eggs do the work of refilling the wear and tear of muscles.
3.Oatmeal with fresh fruits
Oatmeal along with fresh fruits will keep you full and give you the energy to sustain an intense workout. It is the perfect workout snack to be had before or after.
4 .Whole wheat toast with peanut butter
Peanut butter is also rich in proteins. This will also make you full and also give you the energy for a workout.Peanut butter also contains good fats.
Banana is a great option for a workout snack. It is readily available and needs no cooking. It fills you up easily and also provides you with the required energy.
Hummus also makes for a great workout snack. Chickpeas being rich in proteins and fibre will give you the required energy for before and after a workout. You can have hummus with pita bread or some carrots or celery.
7. Energy bars/ Granola bars
Energy bars and granola bars are readily available and so are a go to snack. These will help you to replenish what you have lost from a sweat and also make you prepared for a workout. They are again rich in protein and fibre.
So next time you decide to hit the gym you know what you can eat pre and post a workout.
Is it harmful to do foreplay but do not do sex for health. What kind of problem can be face because of it?
I am having itchiness in ma vaginal area. And white small small discharge comes out. Even sometimes I get pains. What might be the reasons? Should I consult a doctor?
Morning sickness: eat crackers, cereal, or pretzels before getting out of bed; eat small, frequent meals throughout the day; avoid fatty, fried, spicy, and greasy foods.
Constipation: eat more fresh fruit and vegetables. Also, drink 6 to 8 glasses of water a day.
Diarrhea: eat more foods that contain pectin and gums (two types of dietary fiber) to help absorb excess water. Examples of these foods are applesauce, bananas, white rice, oatmeal, and refined wheat bread.
Heartburn: eat small, frequent meals throughout the day; try drinking milk before eating; and limit caffeinated foods and beverages, citric beverages, and spicy foods.