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Hi im 5 months pregnant. All blood reports came normal. What precautions should be taken for zika virus. Which fruit is rich in antioxidants.
My period is irregular after marriage last since 9 month and now my gyn prescribed me M2TONE and deviry10gm will this help me to become pregnant and what is the duration of the course.
Last week I had sex with a married women with any protection for about 3 minutes. Do I need to fear from any disease? Please reply to it it's very important. Is there any chances of happening STD disease? Please reply to this question as soon as possible.
I was intimated with my boyfriend and his penis got rubbed with my vagina and his penis went little in my vagina. He did not release sperm but I am worried about my pregnancy due to precum. I am teenager. Please tell me whether I am required to take unwanted 72.
Penis Health Primer: Signs of a Latex Allergy
When the savvy guy engages in any penetrative sexual activity, he does it the right way - by wearing a condom. Taking care to avoid sexually transmitted infections is a key component of excellent penis care, and most men are very astute in this regard. However, there are some cases where a man does the responsible thing, slips on a condom, and then pays a strange price later - the itching, burning, swelling, rashing and other symptoms that indicate a latex allergy. How can a man be expected to maintain a healthy penis if he can't use the protection necessary to ensure that good health? Here's what he needs to know.
What's a latex allergy?
Latex is a natural substance derived from the rubber tree. It is used in a huge variety of products, but some of the most well-known are medical gloves (used in all medical settings) as well as condoms. Because latex can be stretched incredibly thin but still retain the ability to stop even the smallest of germs from passing through, it makes sense that it's a perfect product to use for making barrier protections.
A latex allergy is just that - it's an allergy to latex. For some, this allergy is extremely severe and shows up the moment they allow latex to touch their skin. For others, it takes time and repeated exposure to develop an allergy. That's why some men can use latex condoms without problem for months or years, but then they suddenly develop the symptoms of a latex allergy. For some, the initial reaction to latex might not appear for 48 to 96 hours after exposure, so it makes sense that it might be tough to narrow it down to latex.
A latex allergy usually shows up with the same type of symptoms. These include a ring of rash near the base of the penis, where the condom was sealed tightly; a swollen and red penis tip, where the condom pressed during activity; raised blisters on the penis that might be itchy; swollen skin anywhere the condom touched, including fingers, hands and perhaps even thighs or the lips (if the condom came into contact with the mouth).
Those who suffer a severe reaction to latex might immediately have a runny nose and stinging eyes, as well as sneezing and other upper respiratory problems. They might suddenly find it tough to breathe or feel as though their chest is tight. Those who suffer a reaction like this should get to the hospital immediately, as these are the first signs of anaphylactic shock.
Treatment and prevention:
When a man has a confirmed latex allergy, he will be treated just as if the allergy is to anything else. This might include a course of steroid therapy. A doctor will run tests to make sure the latex allergy is the culprit, and will then counsel the patient on what he needs to do to avoid the problem in the future.
Of course, avoidance is often the best option for those with an allergy like this. That means a man will need to look for condoms that do not contain latex. Often known as "natural" condoms, there are some on the market that claim to be hypoallergenic. Other types of plastic protections, such as those made of polyurethane, often provide adequate protection without the worries that come along with the use of latex.
No matter a man's choice in condoms, he's doing the right thing by using them each time he has sex. He's also doing the right thing by reaching for a powerful penis health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). When used daily, a crème that contains vitamins C, D and B5, as well as vitamin A for odor control, can help keep his equipment healthy. Shea butter and vitamin E serve as a bonus of hydration that ensures healthy penis skin, no matter the type of condom a man chooses to use.
I had my last Periods on 29-30 april n 1st may. I had sex with my partner on 4 th may with condom. Is there any chance I get pregnant if his just ejaculation touched my outer vagina. I am feeling weakness today (24thmay) with dizziness nausea. Am I pregnant? If yes what to do to stop this pregnancy?
Hi. I am Dr. Swati Sinha. I am working as a consultant in the department of gynae in Seta Ram Bhagiya. Today I am going to tell you about how to prepare for labor? So preparation for labor has to begin in the antenatal period. Labor is physically demanding and therefore you need to develop your stamina. You can do this by either walking for 40 to 45 minutes per day or by taking up some other form of exercise. Enroll for birthing classes. Where you learn about labor. In these birthing classes, you will be taught about labor exercises and breathing techniques. Labor exercises like bouncing on the birthing bowl at all force help you not just reducing the pain of contractions but also shorten the duration of labor. It is very important that you are well supported in labor. You must choose a hospital which has well-trained nurses who will patiently and companionably support you in labor. I would also encourage you to choose a birthing partner who can be your husband or mother. Your birthing partner will help you by encouraging you in labor. Help you do exercises and even give you a massage when needed. With all this preparation and support almost 90% of women are able to cope very well with labor. However for the 10% who may have a difficult labor, we have medications and epidural analgesia which is very effective in taking away the pain of labor.