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When I go urine at the time blood is coming with urine at the time pain is very high what we can for that.
My mother in law, age near 50 her uterus removed because of some internal problem few years ago. I want to know what should be her diet? She had thyroid also. Her one kidney does not work. Please suggest.
I'm 20 years old guy Me and my partner we had sex for several times so first time we had her vagina didn't bleed much but it was painful for her and penis didn't penetrated fully so after that I started fingering one finger in her vagina then two but it did pain but not that painful and it didn't bleed so today I practiced fingering that too two then I inserted penis in her vagina and pushed it harder in her vagina do it went in but my sperms came out so I removed penis out then when she stood up there was massive bleeding from her vagina she got scared even me what was that? I couldn't get that n it is continuously bleeding whenever she goes for washing it. Is it serious problem? What should we do? Is that hymen broke now? Please guide us please.
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I am suffering from Tb since 2 months at present I am taking akurit 4. I want to say that my marriage is done recently. Can I do sex and indulge in sex activities with my partner. Is it ok will it harm me?
Hii doctor I am 19 years old lady. Mera sadhi ko 1 years or 6 mahina ho raha he. 1 years hum baby leneka try nehi kiya condom se protection liya tha bt pichle 4 mahine hum conceive karne ki kosis kar rahe he bt baby a nehi raha fir hum doctor se bat kiya fir usne siphene 50 mg diya tha or es mahine doctor medcin chang kar k ccq 50 mg diya he keya ye sahi he or keya ccq 50 se mera twins hone ka chans he? please answre doctor I was wating for your answer.
Smoking during pregnancy can adversely affect not only your health but that of your unborn too. Kicking this habit can help you to have a safer pregnancy as well as a healthier baby. If not, it can lead to a number of serious pregnancy complications including the death of your baby. According to various findings, smoking during this period can double your prospects of having a baby with low birth weight as well as your chance for stillbirth.
What happens when you smoke while pregnant?
The cigarette smoke is made up of about 4000 chemicals, which includes about 60 cancer causing substances, lead, and cyanide. Of these toxins in cigarette smoke, carbon monoxide and nicotine are the two toxins that make up much of smoking-related pregnancy complication. The toxins go directly to your baby through the bloodstream, the only source of nutrients and oxygen for your offspring. By working in tandem, the nicotine and carbon monoxide toxins bring about a decrease in the supply of oxygen for your baby. While nicotine cuts off oxygen supply by constricting the blood vessels, the red blood cells responsible for carrying oxygen also pick up carbon monoxide molecules and take them directly to your baby.
What effects does it have on your little one?
When you smoke, you put your baby on harm's way and here's what happens to your baby:
- Smoking when you are pregnant increases your risk of miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy (a pregnancy growing outside the womb)
- It can cause death of baby in womb (still birth) or shortly after birth
- It can also cause abnormilities in your baby, such as face defects, such as cleft lip/ cleft palate
- It can cause bleeding during the last months of pregnancy, which is known as an abruption (when the placenta comes away from the wall of the womb), this could be life threatening for you and your baby or premature birth, when you have your baby before 37 weeks of pregnancy.
- In terms of weight, it has been revealed that while smoking one pack daily can bring about a 226 gm decrease in the baby's weight, smoking two packs every day can affect your baby's weight by about 453 gm. A stunted growth during this period can negatively affect your child later in life.
- Due to the negative effects of the toxins, the development of your baby's lung and body gets hampered. It may also make your baby prone to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SID) and asthma.
- It can also increase your baby's chance of suffering from a heart defect. Research shows that babies whose mothers smoke during the first three months of pregnancy have 20-70% chance of developing congenital heart problems compared to babies whose mothers didn't smoke.
- Smoking can affect the development of his brain functions and cause him or her to suffer from low IQ, learning disabilities as well as behavioral issues.
Secondhand (passive) smoke also harms your baby if your husband or anyone else who lives with you smokes, their smoke can affect you and the baby both before and after birth. You may also find it more difficult to stop if someone around you smokes. Secondhand smoke can also reduce the baby's birthweight and increase the risk of cot death. Babies whose parents smoke are more likely to be admitted to hospital for bronchitis and pneumonia during their first year. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Gynaecologist.