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Hello doctor, I have a cyst in my left Overy that size is 62.5mm. Please tell me how should it remove.
Hi Sir, I did sex 28th may used condom but condom was ripped so I took i-pill and that time I got my period on time. After 1 month 29th and 30th of June I did sex with protection (used condom). My periods cycle 4th date of every month but today is 6th date but not come period. I'm worried please tell it's safe or not? Thanks.
I am 20 years old, I had unprotected sex 12 days ago, I missed my period now, it was supposed to come 2 days ago, I cannot take the pregnancy test this early as there are chances it may show negative result, can I directly take unwanted mankind abortion pills? Will it cause any side effect as I do not even know whether I am pregnant or not.
6 dietary dos and don'ts for pregnancy
Pregnancy is an important time in a woman's life. During this period, you need to be most conscious of what to eat, do and how to change everyday habits. Following these dos and don'ts will ensure a smooth pregnancy experience for you.
1. Take your prenatal vitamin
If you have not yet started taking a prenatal vitamin, now is the time to start. It's particularly critical to get enough folic acid while trying to conceive importantly during the first trimester. It greatly reduces your baby's risk of developing neural tube birth defects such as spina bifida.
2. If you smoke, quit
Smoking increases your risk of developing several problems including miscarriages, placental and preterm birth problems. It slows the fetal growth and increases the risk of stillbirth and infant death. It's never too late to quit or cut back smoking. Every cigarette you don't light gives your baby a much better chance of being healthy.
3. Do eat seafood
Seafood is loaded with vitamins and minerals. Consume a variety of seafood so you don't have a concentration of minerals from only one type of fish. But remember to not eat more than 12 ounces of fish per 7 days.
1. Don't drink alcohol
Alcohol may immensely impact your baby's development. Women who drink alcohol while pregnant could easily deliver a baby with fetal alcohol syndrome (fas). Symptoms of fas are usually low birth weight, learning disabilities, behavioral problems, and lagging patterns in terms of growth and development milestones. Limiting or avoiding alcohol is a step that you need to take.
2. Don't eat raw meat at all
Raw and undercooked meat or eggs carries the risk of food-borne diseases as well as food poisoning incidence. Make sure all eggs and meat that you eat while you are pregnant are cooked well.
3. Don't drink lot of caffeine
Caffeine easily travels through the placenta and increases your baby's heart beats. Research shows that women can safely consume a cup or two of coffee every day, but avoid downing a triple shot strong latte while you have got a bun in the oven.
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My friend has normal periods every month she had a protected sex. She had her last period on 10th of october and finished on 16 and had intercourse which was protected on 16th and had taken 72 hours pill with in 24 hours and again had sex on 25 oct and protected sex and pill again after having it and she started to hav brown blood spotting kind of blood on 4th of november as she expected her period on that date but she is not bleeding like how every period she gets its like spotting n sometime little more. Is that her periods? Every month she gets her periods 5 to 6 days before her date. Since she had her period on 10th oct she shud have been getting on 4 or 5th of november but getting brown blood spotting discharge kind. Is that okay when wil she get her periods. Will it be delayed and for how long shall she wait to get it. Please help shes too much tensed and confused what is going on if this brown blood is not periods then what is it?
A new study has revealed that a commonly prescribed anti-depressant, sertraline, marketed as zoloft, significantly increased the volume of one brain region in depressed individuals but decreased the volume of two brain areas in non-depressed individuals.
The findings of the study also suggest that although it is a common practice to prescribe antidepressants for various disorders besides depression, taking these medicines for treating disorders other than depression may expose us to unknown risks.