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Management of Abortion
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Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
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Respected Doctor, Explain the cause of continuous bleeding after using contra pills (mifepristone, misoprostol), now it's at least 1.5 months now when I used these pills but still bleeding once or twice in a day. Pregnancy test is also negative (-ve), tested few days ago. please suggest causes & measures for the same. Thanks & Regards!
I feel to urinate again and again after few minutes and only few drops come. My vagina burns. Feels heavy.
Sir What is the safe period for sex. I have no clear idea about that. Me and my gf had sex just in the 2nd day after her period (when the bleeding stopped). She's showing symptoms of pregnancy. It was our first time and I entered only about 4 inches into her. Should I be worried? I didn't ejaculate in her, I'm worried about the potential of the precum to make her pregnant. I need help!
I am 25 year old female I am diagnosed with pcos. My periods was irregular from 4 months. But I don't have facial hair growth. Or heavy weight. I only just have little belly fat. Do I really have pcod or I should do somewhere else scanning one more time?
We had unprotected sex and just after a day period occurs. I.e. We had sex on 14th and periods occurs on 15th. Is there possibility of pregnancy? If yes then what should we do to avoid it and what would be better for us? Please suggest.
I have got my periods on Jun 5th 2017 and I am on a treatment to get pregnant, I am taking letrosoul, folvolite and progesterone sustain tablets etc. My question is - is it good to take progesterone tablets during menstruation time? Because I have heard that it will postpone the periods. Today (8th) I am on my fourth day and I am not seeing any blood discharge since last day. I am confused can you pls help me?
I am pregnant but my baby did not grow, my baby growth actually taken place is 7 weeks, bt my baby is 5 weeks, what can I do?
Loss and grief are two unfortunate partners where the latter follows the former. While the type of grief or the nature of the loss may differ from person to person, there are five distinct stages of loss and grief that all people universally go through, when faced with such a situation.
Here are the five stages of this process and the different ways in which one can cope with each stage:
- Denial and Isolation: In this phase, the patient usually ends up blocking out the words as well as the thoughts and reactions that surround this sad event, which can lead to a numbing action of the brain. While we all do this in some measure during such situations, some people take it especially hard by acting as if nothing has happened at all. If this phase does not come to pass within a short frame of time, then psychological and medical intervention may be required.
- Anger: When a person begins to acknowledge the loss, there is a sense of unfairness which can lead to frustration and anger that is basically the way the person may be dealing with the re-emergence of the pain and the fact that it is here to stay. Therapy and sedation may be required if this frustration and repeated spells of tantrums carries on for a prolonged period. Do not hesitate to talk things out rather than flaring up at this point, as the unchangeable has already happened.
- Bargaining: In this phase, desperation enters the mind of the patient where a lot of 'what ifs' come up. The patient begins to question what if things had been done differently and other such aspects. If not dealt with in an engaging manner and with empathy, this phase can lead back to anger and frustration.
- Depression: Private mourning of the loss and regret to do with the practical aspects like loneliness and the cost of the loss can strike at this stage. Here, the patient must be made aware of rights as well as the people around him or her who can help out to prevent this depression from becoming a full-fledged condition.
- Acceptance: In this final stage, the patient becomes more accepting of this new reality. Yet, even this must be taken up cautiously as a grief stricken heart may lead to a variety of mental ailments in the long run.
The way to deal with these stages is with therapy and proper guidance where the patient is allowed to channel all the thoughts and anger before accepting the situation. Do not hesitate to ask for counselling and embrace the changes in your life without regret, guilt and depression. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Psychiatrist.