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Management of Abortion
Caesarean Section Procedure
Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
Termination Of Pregnancy Procedure
Treatment Of Pregnancy Problems
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Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
Treatment Of Medical Diseases In Pregnancy
Treatment Of Menstrual Problems
Intra-Uterine Insemination (IUI) Treatment
Medical Termination Of Pregnancy (Mtp) Procedure
Gynecology Laparoscopy Procedures
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Is there any chance of pregnancy even when I got my periods? If yes, then what should I do to prevent it? My boyfriend and I didn't have sex but his condom came out while I was rubbing his penis on my clit but it wasn't erect and neither did he ejaculate. Though I had ejaculated that time. This happened on 25th December, 2016. I have my periods either in 28 days or sometimes 30. Last time I had in 30 days and before that in 28 days. BUT this time I got my periods on 28th December. This time my periods started in just 26 days. That is just after 3 days of what happened. So do I need to worry that I have a chance to get pregnant or not? I'm kinda of stressed out right now. Do I need to take any home pregnancy test? Or is it confirmed that I am not pregnant at all. My boyfriend said that I don't need to worry because he did not ejaculate and neither his penis was erect. His penis had I guess hardly touched my clit after the condom was out. I'm not sure of that either as we had freaked out that time. Please help me. I have a lot of confusion and Internet just increases them. Please provide me correct explanation and solution.
My wife has gynecological problem. She has white, clean, watery vaginal discharge. Often she doesn't maintain the food routine and then problem becomes massive. All time she feels so much tired. Just wants to sleep.
I have cyst in both the ovaries and I have period of only 2 days does it will make problem in pregnancy I am taking medicine letrohope2. 5 from 2nd day of my period for 5 days and had sr 300 from 16 day of my period for 10 days will it help in pregnancy.
Hi, Iam male 33 years old. Got married b/f 3 years. We are typing 4r children from an year buy no result. Found that I have less semen count & low motility (0%). Could you please suggest, is their any other option. Other than IVF? Please advice us.
I am 32. Weight 75. Height 5" on March 5 I had DNC bcz of no heart beat. Am suffering from thyroid since 15 yrs. Taking thyronorm 75 mg daily. Now I did thyroid test again. Attaching reports. When can I start plan for 2 pregnancy. I am getting puffiness on my face. How can I reduce. Present TSH value is 4.9 and HB% is 13. Am using folic acid 5 mg daily.
You just stepped out of a relationship that was awful – or not. Whether it ended on a friendly basis or left you heart-broken and miserable, it did actually end!! Days, weeks, months or even years have passed and you felt that there’s another person you might be able to open up to again. Somehow, you have the feeling that it’s so soon –depending on how deep or intense your past relationship was. You’re afraid it might just be a rebound or that it might be too soon for you to move on.
When is it okay to venture into the next relationship? Well, it’s not like there’s an exact duration for everybody. It really depends on you and how you’re feeling. Here are some guidelines that will help you determine if you’re really ready:
1-You feel fine on your own.
You reached a point where you feel comfortable in your own skin and capable of handling life on your own. You’re not waiting for someone to help you, complete you or make you feel safe. You’re at a point where you’re enjoying the company of your own self and you know exactly what you want in life. Yes, the right person can add up to your life, however, your life shouldn’t feel incomplete without a partner.
2-You’re not getting into it for the wrong reasons.
If you’re getting in this relationship for any reason other than loving this person, you should definitely abort mission. You shouldn’t get in a relationship to spite your ex, prove something to yourself, boost your self-esteem, or because it feels better than being alone, or because your family is pushing you. Check Getting married for the wrong reasons.
3-You don’t regret your break up.
You never -and by never I literally mean NEVER- think about what if you were still in that relationship or somehow regret that you’ve broken up because that means that you’re not totally over your previous relationship and that’s not really fair for your new potential partner.
4-You don’t think about your previous relationship memories.
And when you do, you don’t feel like reminiscing over it. You shouldn’t feel bitter nor long for it. You should feel neutral when it crosses your mind, only NEUTRAL.
5- You don’t miss your ex-partner romantically
Yes, you might miss your partner occasionally especially if you used to be good friends, but if by any means you miss them “romantically,” then there’s something that doesn’t really add up and you shouldn’t be getting into a new relationship.
6- You feel neutral when dealing with your ex.
Some people think that hating someone means you’re over them. Well, that’s far from being true. Hating someone means you still care about them; if you’re really over the whole thing then you should be feeling neutral. You shouldn’t be angry or resentful anymore.
Hope these tips help you determine if you’re ready to step in a new relationship. However, what will make you even more certain is your gut feeling. If deep inside you feel it’s not a rebound,then it definitely isn’t.
I had to take 5 unwanted 72 in a month unfortunately. I am very scared now. Will it cause any harm to me?
Good morning doctors My question is, before planning for a baby the womens use to take some tablets like folic acid and some vitamin tablets, is there any tablets, foods, and fruits should the men take before planning for a baby, and kindly tell me the benefits of these foods and fruits and vegs. Thankyou.
Description: ayurveda is an ancient medical science with two main aims. One is to keep healthy person healthy and second is to treat the ill person. A healthy person remains healthy throughout the life if he is strong on immunity and had a healthy childhood. Ayurveda helps in building up immunity and constantly increasing it in natural and safeway. The prime and first option is to give balghutti to newborn. Balghutti is a traditional mixture of certain herbs which are used and administered for one year to child to improve its immunity. It should always be given in mother milk or formula milk for its better results.
-improves immunity of child -helps in protecting child from teething troubles -helps to protect child from digestion problems -helps in overall development of child.