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On 2nd jan some 5 to 8 cramps came on lower right abdomen then on 3rd which is mine expected day of period, this day I got pain on my lower abdomen like periods pain but no periods is their, today 4th jan same pain like periods pain on lower abdomen and in from morning I was feeling weakness with faint type, unable to get up, now also I feeling weakness but I was cooking but weakness is there, what happens to me, on 31st dec I done intercourse and after finishing light brown or light red color spotting comes in toilet paper, but not so much. My last periods came on 7th dec and next expected periods date is 3rd jan done intercourse on 17th and 20th dec from 21st or 20th dec feeling cramps in left lower abdomen and pain in left butts till 28th after that I got <0.100 in S B HCG test done on 28th dec so tell me why this spotting happen. I also feeling pain on my boobs, nipples and areola area from 24th dec now is not so much pain there, bloating also and stool is also very little. I have to test of SB HCG again after 1 week of next expected period which is on 3rd jan. please help me.
Dear Doctor, I am 25 year old female suffering from skin rash in my groin area. First it looked like a ring worm so I started using ring guard. It reduced by darkened the whole area very badly. But the itching did not reduce. Due to itching I dry shaved the area n put oil. Next day the area was covered with tiny swollen boils like thing in vagian . Which is burning n itching. Please please help.
i dint get menses on 26/02/2015 to till now, i have little bleeding on that date, till now bleeding did not come. And some pain occurred in my stomach. What is the problem? and give the suggestion.
My wife (Age 28, height 5.2 and weight 69k g) took pregnancy test after 8 days of missed period and it was positive. She repeated next days with some other company's kit and it was positive. She is currently taking MCBM 69 (since last 4.5 months) and Thyronorm 50 mg (since last 7 months). TSH level one and half months back was 1.3 Please suggest if she needs to undergo some blood test to confirm pregnancy or any other test required. Also, any health tips for her.
If a girl get her period in 30th jan n again on 12 jan .is there any possibility of get pregnant because of unprotected sex before her period.
I am 28 years old unmarried female and had unprotected sex with my partner 20 days back and after that I had taken emergency contraceptive pill named I pill. According to my menstrual cycle I am accepted to start my periods but they didn't start yet in tension of getting pregnant I had taken one more I pill yesterday. So my question is what will be the side effects of having emergency contraceptive pills twice a month and when will my periods will start. Is I am not get pregnant? What should I do please suggest as soon as possible. I don't want DNC which causes marks on uterus is there any other method of abortion without any side effects and never any body now about this in future.
Anorectal disorders are all the illnesses which are located in the anal and rectal portions of the large intestine. Hemorrhoids is an anorectal disease and so is anorectal cancer. While hemorrhoids are benign, anorectal cancer can be fatal.
Faecal incontinence, proctalgia fugax, excessive perineal descent, and pruritus ani, are other anorectal disorders which can affect men and women of all ages.
The symptoms of most anorectal disorders are nonspecific, that can make their diagnosis difficult. That is the reason anorectal disorders should not be taken lightly and treated a with priority. We bring you a snapshot of a few most common anorectal diseases for empowering you with knowledge so that you can stay healthy.
A few common anorectal disorders are:
1. Hemorrhoids: These are large, sack-like blood vessels which are located in and around the anus. These can also be found in the lower rectum or the portion of the large intestine just above the anus.
Causes: They are caused due to ageing, chronic constipation, diarrhea, pregnancy, not getting enough fibre and irregular eating habits.
Symptoms: Bleeding while defecation, pain and protrusion of the haemorrhoid and most of these do not respond well to non-surgical treatments such as increasing intake of dietary fibre and avoiding constipation. Surgical treatment is thus advised for patients who continue to have severe bleeding, pain or protrusion due to hemorrhoids. Treatments: Common surgical treatments for severe hemorrhoids are:
Rubber band ligation- This is an outpatient procedure.
Hemorrhoidectomy- This is a surgery to remove hemorrhoids and it is the best method for permanent removal of hemorrhoids. It may require hospitalization and a period of inactivity.
2. Anal Fissures: This is a small tear in the lining of the anus. Anal fissures cause pain, bleeding and itching around the anus.
Causes: Anal fissures are caused due to hard, dry stools, diarrhea and inflammation in the anorectal area.
Treatments: Most anal fissures heal by themselves over time. They can also be healed by application of medicated creams and topical ointments. Surgery is recommended when the fissures don’t heal.
Surgical options are:
- Surgical repair: Repair of the anal tear.
- Internal sphincterotomy: This consists of a small operation to relieve the underlying muscle spasm, which is actually contributing to the anal fissure.
3. Anorectal Abscesses: This is an infected cavity which is filled with pus and found near the anus or rectum.
Causes: Usually, such abscesses occur when bacteria or faecal matter enters the tissue outside the anus.
Symptoms: Superficial anal abscesses are often associated with:
- Pain, which is usually constant, throbbing, and worse when sitting down.
- Skin irritation around the anus, including swelling, redness, and tenderness.
- Discharge of pus.
- Constipation or pain associated with bowel movements.
Treatment: The treatment of an abscess is surgical drainage under most circumstances.
4. Anal Fistula: Anal fistula is the name given to a small, abnormal tunnel connecting the anal glands. From this tunnel, the abscess comes out onto the skin outside the anus. Bowel diseases such as Crohn's disease and colitis are linked to an increase in the likelihood of anal abscesses and fistulas.
Symptoms: Pain, irritation of the skin around the anus, pus, fever and swelling.
Treatment: Usually involves surgically draining pus from the infected cavity and, also making an opening in the skin near the anus for removing the pus cells.
Fistulotomy: This is a surgical treatment to cure anal fistula. and can be performed on an outpatient.
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