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I am a mother of 4 year kid. I had two abortion due to open neural tube defect. Am afraid am pregnant again now. The three pregnancy s were unplanned and I couldn't take enough folic acid before pregnancy. What should I do. Do I wait for the third month scanning for this pregnancy?
Hello Dr. I am having unprotected sex from 3-4 moths with my wife planning for baby. But she is not getting pregnant. Please suggest.
Hi doc I am married female trying to conceive from one year no problem was diagnosed during follicular study hsg sperm count all are normal but I have white discharge from 10 the day of my cycle till next period date can it affect my conception please help or suggest me any treatment or tablets so that I can get pregnant in next month.
A menstrual cramp is something which every woman complains of for a day or two every month. Menstrual cramps are usually the pains felt in the lower abdomen, which can occur both before and during a woman's menstrual period. These cramps are caused by a hormone called prostaglandin that causes the uterine muscles to contract during menstruation. When the uterus contracts to shed its natural lining during your period it releases a hormone called prostaglandins which causes pain and inflammation. So higher the level of prostaglandins more severe the menstrual cramps.
It might be just a minor discomfort for some, but for others it can be severe. The symptoms of menstrual cramps include pain in the abdomen, pressure in the abdomen and pain in the hips, lower back, and inner thighs as well. However, if the cramps are severe you might have an upset stomach, loose stools and vomiting too.
Three out of four women experience menstrual pains and every one out of 10 women experiences severe cramps. Here are few remedies that might help in relieving the pain:
- Exercise, brisk walking or any type of physical activity can help to ease your belly pain as by being physically active your body pumps more blood, which helps in releasing endorphins to counteract the prostaglandins and reduce your cramps.
- Apply heat on the lower abdomen or the area where you feel the pain as it helps to relax the contracting muscles in your uterus.
- Improve your diet by reducing fat and increasing vegetables. However, avoid foods that contain caffeine and salt.
- Take a warm bath as it may also provide some relief.
- Add ginger in your food as it helps in lowering the levels of the pain-causing prostaglandins.
- Drink chamomile tea at least three times a day.
- Take fish oil supplements, vitamin B1 or both.
- Make sure to get enough vitamin D.
- Have an orgasm as it releases endorphins which has a pain-relieving effect and helps in boosting your mood as well.
- Include more dietary magnesium such as dry almonds and boiled spinach as it helps to ease the pain of cramps.
- Acupuncture also has an anti-inflammatory effect.
- Take a safe painkiller to reduce pain.
- Birth control pills may help relieve painful cramps, but they do come with side effects which may include spotting, breast tenderness, nausea and low sex drive.
- Refrain yourself from smoking and drinking alcohol.
- Finally, have appropriate rest.
Note: If you still do not get any relief despite trying some of these options then you must visit your doctor to rule out more serious health issues as the menstrual cramps are sometimes caused or worsened by other conditions and any sort of medications for such cramps are to be taken after consulting a Gynaecologist.
I got lot of acne on my face due to pcod problem, am using homeopathy since 1 month, there is no change on my face & does homeopathy really works for pcod problem, doctor told to use the homeopathic medicine for 1 yr, he gave some liquid to apply on my face, but there is no change, I did not got my periods since 3 months plzz suggest me how to overcome this problem, does homeopathy cures it? & I already used allopathy 3 months I got my periods regularly when I used hormonal pills, if I stop using again my periods are irregular, I heard that operation should be done for pcod, & am doing my daily exercise since 1 month, please suggest me better treatment.
Hi. I have had itching in my penis head from the last two months. Sometimes the itching is very severe that I keep on squeezing the penis head. Its only in the head region mainly where the skin folds on the head. Now there is another problem. I had sex with my wife and she had severe itching on her vagina. Next day her vaginal lips were swollen and she couldn't even walk properly. We went to her gynae and she examined her and gave her some anti fungal medicines and a cream. She was fine after that. Also my itching was gone somehow. We again had sex after like 15 days and again she had the same problem. We went to the gynae again and she gave her medicines for herpes and a cream. She was again fine after 4-5 days. Then we again had sex after few days and oh my god again the same issue with her. We went to her gynae and she again gave her some medicines and this time I also went along with her and asked why it is happening again and again? She said it is some yeast infection and this time she prescribed me couple of medicines and a cream called Nadoxin to apply. Also we underwent some tests for HIV, HCL, Hepatitis, Blood Sugar etc. And our tests were normal. This issue of itching started after I made sexual contact with another women. It was unprotected sex. The itching on my penis started the very next day. And I am 99% sure that it is because of that. But I do not know what to do. Who to consult? And what tests I need to undergo? And if it is a Sexually transmitted disease or just a common bacterial or yeast infection? I do not have that much itching now but whenever I have sex with my wife her vagina lips swell. The whole area is red. She has severe itching. Some white fluid discharge is also there. please help. Suggest.
My sister aged 29 years n juz got married before 9 months and she is pregnant abt 19 weeks. Due to some issues she wanted to abort DAT baby. Is it safe to abort at diz time. N will it be painful procedure. N in future due to abortion chances of pregnancy will be less. please kindly help us wid all dose questions.
I Just had a period 3 days before and today I had unprotected intercourse .Will I be getting pregnant?
I am 29 years old. My wight is 60 kg, 4 years completed to my marriage. I m going to take treatment form wadia since 1 year but still I m not conceiving. My periods are not coming monthly. I m hypothyroid patient, neomarcazole 5 mg tablet I take early morning daily. During 8 months ago I done cyst operation it is normal but still I m not conceiving. The dr, suggest me that you should go for the iui test. But my period is imbalance so what is the use of this test? what will you suggest for conceiving me, please give me the suggestion. My husband dint have any problem.
When a man is in the midst of a sensual encounter, whether with a partner or solo, he expects things to go a certain way. But what happens when he gets a surprise and things certainly do not go as he thought they would? That's the case with dry emission, a condition where a man has the sensation of reaching the ultimate pleasure but doesn't actually spill seed. It can immediately make a man wonder about his member health, and even make him worry that his typical male organ care isn't sufficient.
Dry emission is a rather uncommon condition, but when it does happen, it tends to appear out of the blue. That's why it's so important for every man to know what it is, what it means for member health, and what to do if it happens to him.
Understanding dry emission
- A man with dry emission will usually have the same sensual sensations and experiences as any other guy, with only one big difference - he will not have the satisfaction of spilling seed when he finishes with his sensual escapade. Though the sensation might not feel any different, many men enjoy knowing that they have produced something as a result of their efforts. To not see that might make a man wonder what's wrong.
- With dry emission, the body does produce seed - but it flows down the wrong way. It actually winds up flowing down the urethra and into the bladder. This doesn't hurt at all, and so men who are in the midst of coupling when it happens might not notice the issue at first. But eventually, when they are taking matters into their own hands or finishing somewhere other than inside their partner, they will notice the problem.
- Dry emission usually happens for those who have an underlying medication condition, such as prostate issues or diabetes. Some men who take certain medications might suffer from it as well, such as those on antidepressants.
- For those who are in excellent health, dry emission can happen when there is some pressure placed on the base of the male organ during play, such as a manhood ring or even the firm pressure of a thumb. This 'reroutes' the seed to go into another pathway.
But what about member health?
The good news is that dry emission rarely indicates a problem with member health. A man might notice cloudy urine after his sensual encounter, thanks to seed now being in the bladder, but this won't hurt anything. The biggest issue lies in infertility. If a man intends to get a partner pregnant, he will want to get treatment for dry emission as soon as possible. And of course, some men might have a strong emotional response when faced with this issue - if that's the case, it might be worth going for treatment in order to alleviate the worry and continue with a satisfying sensual life.
No matter what a man chooses to do about dry emission, he should always take the time to keep his member health in top shape. One way to help ensure that is with a good male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). A man should look to a crème that contains a plethora of excellent ingredients, including the "miracle vitamin" (vitamin D) and its counterparts, vitamin C, A and B5. These ingredients, along with powerful amino acids that help the body fight off free radicals and ease nerve damage, are best when mixed in with a luxurious Shea butter base. Applied daily, a good male organ health crème can make a man feel much more confident in his member health.
I am 18 years old .I m a female .I and my bf had anal sex. This is not first time. But this time I found something just popped out of my anus. It is small muscle type. I don't want to tell my parents.
Dyspepsia is a disorder of the stomach that is characterized by pain in the upper part of the stomach. It is not a single disorder but a collection of symptoms such as nausea, burping and bloating. It results when the acid of the stomach comes in contact with the mucosa of the digestive tract.
The symptoms of this disorder tend to occur mostly after consuming food and drink. In some cases, the symptoms tend to go away after eating or drinking. The symptoms of dyspepsia are -
1. You may feel bloated on a regular basis
2. You may experience discomfort in your stomach
3. Loss of appetite
4. You may experience constant burping
5. You may feel nauseous
6. Symptoms of heartburn
7. You may also experience chest pain and breathing difficulties
8. You may be affected by jaundice
The various causes of dyspepsia are -
1. Irritable bowel syndrome which hampers the movement of food through the intestines
2. If you are unable to properly digest dairy products
3. Gastroesophageal reflux disease that results in reflux of the acids of the stomach
4. Any inflammation of the gall bladder
5. Various medicines such as aspirin, steroids and antibiotics may lead to dyspepsia
6. If you suffer from depression or anxiety then it may lead to dyspepsia
7. Excess consumption of chocolate, coffee and alcohol
Dyspepsia may be controlled by modifying your lifestyle. Some of the changes that you may make are -
1. Don't sleep immediately after eating, wait for at least two hours before you go to bed
2. Avoid spicy foods as they tend to aggravate symptoms of dyspepsia
3. Space out your meals, eat multiple smaller meals instead of few large ones
4. Restrict smoking and alcohol consumption
5. Lose weight as being overweight may lead to dyspepsia
6. Avoid wearing tight clothes
7. Exercise on a regular basis to keep your body healthy and maintain optimal weight levels. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Gastroenterologist.