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Management of Abortion
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Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
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Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
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Me and my wife doing sex after 15 min taken ipill and after 6 days start bleeding. Now her periods not come whats? Is their is any chance of pregnancy or be effect of the tablet?
I had unprotected sex with my husband but sperm did not entered in me and for safety I consumed I pill within 4 hrs after sex now my menses are missed my date was 29 jan but It had not come yet, I took urine pregnancy test yesterday it was negative, also I'm having milky white discharge from vagina what is reason for missed period?
I had unprotected sex on 17th and my last period was on 1st of june. I took ipill on 17th evening and on 29th june I got my period. Is it spotting or withdrawal bleeding or regular period? Will I be pregnant?
I have pcod, my periods are irregular I taken the hormonal tablets then it becomes regular. But after stopping it becomes irregular. What should I do?
Sir mene meri girlfriend ke sath without protection intercourse ke baad I-pill di thi aur next day without protection fir se intercourse kiya tha toh kya vapas I-pill leni chahiye kya. Second time intercourse kiya tab menstrual cycle ka 7th day tha toh aaj I-pill vapas le ya nhi?
Hi, I had unprotected sex last to last sunday i.e. 19th November, it was the last day of my menstruation, then I had sex last Sunday, i.e. 26th November, and I experienced some blackish blood discharge today, (30th November). I don't have any other weird noticeable changes, what should I do? Can this possibly be pregnancy?
Hii am 22years old, on feb 8 me and my boyfrnd had gone for picnic he rubbed his pennis on the top of my pussy. He said that he didin't had any sperm but iam tensed and taken premolut-n tablets 2 per day for 5 days and got periods after 4 days that is on feb 19. Bleeding was normal a bit heavy too like my normal periods but only lasted for 4 days. After my periods that is from the 5th day iam having white milky discharge, back pain, head ache and discomfort in my stomach. I don't know whether it is my psychological feeling or else but iam very tensed. Am i pregnant? please help me.
I am 22 years old. Previously I used to have period for 4 days. Now I find that the flow occurs for 2 days and on the third day very little amount. I don't suffer from irregularities or pain or any other issues. Is this a matter of concern?
What causes viral diseases to spread?
Caused by the microorganisms called viruses, infections pertaining to these microorganisms are known as viral diseases. These diseases are different and diverse in nature as they are caused by a number of viruses. Among them, the common cold is the most known viral disease and occurs due to the infection of your upper respiratory tract, namely the nose and throat.
Other widespread viral infections are:
- HIV (human immunodeficiency virus)
- HPV (human papillomavirus)
- shingles or herpes zoster (a viral infection that leads to the development of rash)
- viral pneumonia (a condition that occurs due to viruses that are responsible for flu and colds)
- viral hepatitis (inflammation of the liver that is caused by a virus)
- viral meningitis (viral infection wherein inflammation of the membranes that cover the brain occurs)
- rubella, mumps and measles
How do they spread?
These diseases are infectious and can easily spread from one person to another. When the microorganism enters your body, it begins to reproduce.
The many different ways that they can spread include:
- breathing in the germs present in airborne droplets when an infected person sneezes or coughs
- coming in contact with the body fluids of an infected person during sexual activity
- indirect contact with these microorganisms when you touched inanimate objects handled by an infected person
- viral infections can also spread through insect bites. Certain germs depend on insects as carriers such as ticks and mosquitoes for moving from host to host
- having virus-contaminated water or food is another way in which viral infection can spread from person to person. Such a mode of transfer enables the virus to spread among a large number of people