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Age 37 married one child 3.5 years. After intercourse I could not sleep normal. My leg nerves has to kept straight. When ever I do inter course that time only its happening for next 2-3 days why its happening whats d reason n give your suggestion.
Hello doctor. I am 24 year old female, my problem is from past 6-7 days my private part is getting very itchy and its gets too much itchy during night. Please suggest me something.
I am 7 week pregnant with twin pregnancy. My HCG level is 46970 and both yolk sec size 0.89 & 0.81 cm. What should be my healthy diet .please tell me.
Plz Can you tell me how many days after sex we can sure my wife is pregnant or not by help of urine test in preganews pregnancy test kit? please tell me the minimum days after sex she check her pregnancy.
Yesterday I had sexual intercourse with my partner, and it was 4th day of my mensuration cycle. But usually I don't bleed in my 4th day. But after doing sex I started bleeding. Is it normal or not? Is there anything to worry about?
Hello Dr. I am 36 yrs. I am five weeks pregnant, and This is my second child, and the first one is 6 years old. No history of complications, or miscarriages. My doctor prescribed sysfol folic acid tablet and susten 200 for me. She didn't do any tests, or test the progesterone level. Booked for an ultra sound and some normal tests after 15 days Although I read from the internet that this extra progesterone could be dangerous. Pls help!
This is the peak time of summer, most of the people suffering from Sun burn, dehydration, Loss Motion and Indigestion. Keep in Mind Take plenty of fluids water juice fruits etc avoid heavy meals and outside meal.
Dhanyak Him an Ayurvedic remidies best way to treat all kind of summer problems.
Take 12 gm of Coriender powder overnight soaked and boil in next morning cool it mix with honey or Misri / sugar and little bit salt drink it 2-3 time in a day or more.
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Cut down on saturated fat
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Read the facts about fat.
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To maintain healthy blood pressure, avoid using salt at the table and try adding less to your cooking. Once you get used to the taste of food without added salt, you can cut it out completely.
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