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Can 12 years girl get pregnant without penetration and without intercourse and only fingering with fingers which remain a little bit of semen on it?

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
Can 12 years girl get pregnant without penetration and without intercourse and only fingering with fingers which rema...
No it doesn't make her pregnant.. But it is too gross to have sexual relationship with a girl aged 12 years...
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Does Your Brain Works Differently In Different Seasons?

DM - Neurology, MD - Medicine, MBBS
Neurologist, Gurgaon
Does Your Brain Works Differently In Different Seasons?

The brain is said to weigh only 2% of the weight of a person but at the same time, it accounts for 20% of the energy consumed by him or her. There are so many great things by the brain, quite a lot of which are quirky.

The brain is constantly developing and changing. As a matter of fact, one thing which is said to change is the way the brain functions i.e. it is said that the brain could alter the way it functions in accordance with the seasons!

Researchers from Belgium found that when people performed some actions; while the manner in which these actions were performed did not change, what was observed to change was the amount of brain intensity which was warranted in order to complete these tasks.

Seasons on your mind?
Some of the weird things that were found by them include the fact that if a person wished to sustain his or her attention, the effort in neural terms was the least in the month of December. What this means is that if a person wishes to focus on doing something which is of quite some importance, then he or she is best off doing it in December as the stamina for doing so would be the greatest. On the other hand, the month of June was seen to demand the greatest effort for a person to concentrate.

In many situations, things seem to have been just out of mental grasp. It becomes difficult to recollect certain memories of a particular time. This problem is usually faced by people during the months of autumn. This is because the autumn time demands the most of the working memory of a person. On the contrary, if a person seems to have the ability to remember something off the top of his or her head, it is most likely to occur over the period of time around the spring equinox.

Now, a lot of people are likely to wonder why this is the case and whether this phenomenon can be seen in each and every person. The answer to that is that people who have SAD or Seasonal Affective Disorder may be more likely to have the working of their minds affected due to changes in seasons. This has not been proven yet.

So, if a person is not a winter person, it may be all in the mind! In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!


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I aborted 4-5 week pregnancy through pills on July 16. I bleed for 10-12 days continuously .I got my next period on aug 2 .Is this early period okay or should I worry about it.

General Physician, Mumbai
I aborted 4-5 week pregnancy through pills on July 16. I bleed for 10-12 days continuously .I got my next period on a...
To clear your doubts get an ultrasound pelvis done to rule out any pathology and follow up with reports.
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Magical Multiple Orgasms - The Trick Behind The Elusive Male Double O

MD - General Medicine
Sexologist, Delhi
Magical Multiple Orgasms - The Trick Behind The Elusive Male Double O

Magical Multiple Orgasms - The Trick Behind the Elusive Male Double O

Achieving the big O is the ultimate goal for any sexual encounter, one that most men and woman are able to achieve on a semi-regular basis. A lucky few are even able to capture the ever elusive multiple orgasm. Sadly for the men of the world, this feat is much easier achieved by women, than by men. Learn why one's biology plays a role in being able to climax two or more times and how men can up their chances by maintaining a healthy penis.

The Biology of an Orgasm

When a man (or a woman) orgasms, there is a release of hormones, tension and bodily fluids. Famous sex researcher Alfred Kinsey once likened an orgasm to a sneeze - of the genitals, that is! After orgasm has been achieved, there is a period of time known as the refractory period, which is essentially a recovery period for the body. A man's refractory period can last for as little as 20 minutes - for men who are young and healthy - and up to an hour or more for older men. Men who are much older, suffer from erectile dysfunction, or have other health issues may have an indefinite refractory period - meaning they are only able to orgasm once a day - no matter how hard they try for a second. During the male refractory period, his body is virtually unresponsive, no amount of rubbing, pulling, or tugging will get him hard again - let alone lead to orgasm. A woman, on the other hand, has virtually no refractory period. She can be ready to go as soon as she catches her breath, or even sooner! It seems basic biological differences that exist between men and women are responsible for the difference in their recovery time - neurotransmitters, hormones and differences in nerve endings all influence one's refractory period.

So are men out of luck?

Well, in terms of having back-to-back, continuous full-blown orgasms, men may be out of luck. However, there are some techniques that a man can try which will help him get as close to multiple orgasm as possible. By practicing tantric sex techniques, a man can slowly learn how to control his orgasm so that he can experience the beginning orgasmic contractions without going over the edge into a full-blown release. Those who practice tantric sex learn, with practice, to separate orgasm from ejaculation, so that they can extend their sexual experience for a longer period of time. The technique is not easy to master - and will likely lead to several near misses - but with continued work, a man and his partner can becomes experts at this sizzling technique.

How is it done?

One of the basic techniques involves squeezing the pubococcygeal muscles (PC), the muscles can be located by stopping the flow of urine. To strengthen the muscles in preparation for tantric sex, a man should contract the muscles 20 to 25 times, 3 times a day - holding each contraction for about 3 seconds and working up to 10 seconds as the muscles get stronger. These same muscles are later employed during tantric sex, to achieved prolonged orgasms. Essentially, a man has sex as usual but as he feels himself nearing climax, he contracts the PC muscles, takes deep breaths and stops the action until the feeling subsides. He can continue doing this as he grows nearer to orgasm, and if he contracts the PC muscles at the correct time, he can experience the sensations of an orgasm without ejaculation. A man can carry on in this manner as long as he likes until he decides to let go, and fully climax.

Keeping the penis healthy

Naturally, for a man to engage in hours of sex he is going to need a healthy manhood. Not only should he be physically fit -- as a strong heart and healthy circulation can translate into a strong erection -- he needs the penis itself to be healthy. Daily use of a penis vitamin formula (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil) can help keep the penis sex-ready at all time. A penis vitamin lotion can help improve circulation, revitalize the health of the penis, and soothe itchy, irritated skin - which may not be a problem now, but can crop up from too much tantric sex. What a problem to have!

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Low Air Pressure: How To Keep Yourself Safe?

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
General Physician, Faridabad
Low Air Pressure: How To Keep Yourself Safe?

A Jet Airways aircraft Boeing 737, travelling from Mumbai to Jaipur with 166 passengers on board, had to return to the airport as the crew forgot to turn on the cabin pressurisation system which maintains air pressure inside an aircraft to a comfortable level.

The mistake led to several passengers suffering from nosebleed, bleeding from ear and severe headache. Some of the passengers were even admitted to the hospital with these complaints.

What does Air Pressure mean?

Air pressure, also known as Barometric pressure or atmospheric pressure, is the weight of the atmosphere pressing down on earth. It is measured by a barometer in units called millibars. The standard or average atmospheric pressure at sea level on the earth is 1013.25 millibars per square inch, which is about 14.7 pounds.

What are the causes of Air Pressure?

Air pressure is caused due to air molecules present in the atmosphere. The higher the altitude, the lower is the air pressure, which makes it tough for humans to survive without proper equipment.

The aircrafts use cabin pressure by pumping in ‘bleed air’ to maintain barometric pressure. This pressurisation becomes highly necessary when the aircraft touches altitude above 10,000 feet (3,000 meters) from sea level.

What health issues do low Air Pressure cause?

Low air pressure can cause mild as well as death threatening conditions which include:

Blood pressure: As the air pressure reduces, the blood pressure also starts falling. It can be observed if you are feeling dizziness or a blurred vision.

Severe headache: Change in barometric pressure can lead to severe headache or migraines by creating a pressure difference between the atmosphere and air-filled sinuses.

Joint pain: As per a study, the change in barometric pressure increases the severity of joint pain and arthritis.

Blood sugar: Change in air pressure bring cold fronts , which is not good for a diabetic person.

Hypoxia: The lower oxygen pressure reduces the oxygen tension in the lungs, subsequently in the brain. This can lead to dimmed vision, sluggish thinking, loss of consciousness and eventually death.

Altitude sickness: In the most common response to hypoxia, the human body starts hyperventilation. It does help in partially restoring oxygen in the blood but it also leads to carbon dioxide to out-gas which increases the blood pH level. In this condition, people may suffer fatigue, nausea, headache, sleeplessness and even pulmonary oedema.

Decompression sickness: It leads to tiredness, forgetfulness, headache, stroke, thrombosis and subcutaneous itching.

Barotrauma: As the aircraft climbs or descends, passengers may face discomfort or acute pain as gases trapped inside their bodies try to expand. The most common problems faced due to this situation include air trapped in the middle ear or paranasal sinuses by a blocked Eustachian tube. It can also cause pain in gastrointestinal tract or even the teeth.

What emergency steps should be taken in situation of low air pressure?

The effects of low air pressure may vary from person to person. Some people do not feel any health problems even while being at an altitude as high as 8,000 feet while some would start feeling restless from 5,000 feet onwards.

There may be many precautions including carrying an oxygen cylinder always while travelling to the high altitude places. In aircrafts, oxygen masks are provided to each passenger but if you are planning to go on a trek, you must know some important aspects of surviving at high altitude places. Have a look:

  • Avoid smoking and alcohol consumption
  • Avoid switching on the heater
  • Take proper sleep at night with a pillow under your head
  • Keep yourself hydrated and do not over-hydrate
  • Do not overeat
  • Never exert yourself

Emergency tips to keep yourself safe at high altitude places:

  • Ginger or ginger water
  • Garlic
  • Clove
  • Lavender oil

These things can help you keep your mind and body fit even at the reasonably high altitude places.

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General Health Maintenance

B.Sc(hons), Physics, B.H.M.S., PGDIT (software Engg)
Homeopath, Delhi
General Health Maintenance
1. Early bed, Early rise.
2. Bathing before sunrise reduces mucus related problems (stick yellowish mucus in sinus plexus).
3. Maintain a proper weight.
4. Female between 5' to 5.5' should ideally weigh minimum 55 kgs max 60 kgs.
5. Male between 5' to 510, in 60 kgs max 75 kgs roughly.
6. Intake daily 3-5 litres of water.
7. Freehand exercise for 30 minutes daily in the morning helps to get more oxygen in the blood.
8. Avoid oily food. Take only fruit juice or white sweets.
9. Take nutritious balance diet.
10. Prepare popcorn at home and do breakfast with it. Be healthy and avoid stool related problems.
11. Do pranayam daily.
12. Eat slight less than your normal diet.
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Mujhe fibroid ki problem hai last 1 year se ab mujhe period ke din jyada bleeding nahi hoti thi par ab is mahine me bahut jyada bleeding hui kya fibroid ki vajah se kuch problem ho sakta hai iske liye main konsi medicine lu.

MBBS Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery, MS - Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Fellowship in Gynecological Oncology
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
Increased bleeding can be caused by fibroid uterus. But it can also be caused by thyroid abnormality. Get your thyroid functions done. For fibroid uterus you need to show your gynecologist. Depending on size and site of fibroids they will tell you if medical management will work or it will require surgical management.
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Hello, MY age is 33. Please suggest me to get pregnant as early as possible. My period starts on dt. 29/7/17. Please suggest me when we have to sex and whats the medication we want to take. My periods are regular. Please suggest the way we have to sex for early pregnancy. Any vitamins to take. please help me for that

Diploma in Obstetrics & Gynaecology
Gynaecologist, Junagadh
MY age is 33. Please suggest me to get pregnant as early as possible. My period starts on dt. 29/7/17. Please ...
Folic acid take before conception at list three months before Do sex between 10-20 days alternate days.
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I am 22 year old girl. I have a stomach pain problem since 20th jan. On 19th me and my boyfriend had sex but he only touches my lower inner part with hands and fingers. But we try to do sex than he only put his penis into my vagina, it does not go inside my vagina. Because its hurt me so we stopped it. So by this I get pregnant or not.

F.C.P.S.(Mid. & Gynae), MBBS
Gynaecologist, Mumbai
I am 22 year old girl. I have a stomach pain problem since 20th jan. On 19th me and my boyfriend had sex but he only ...
A stray sperm can occasional cause pregnancy so always use an effective contraception. In your case condoms should be a good choice. Be safe always use a condom. For your pain visit an gynecologist.
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On outer labia there is 1 pimple which is large in size and its white in color no watery discharge and no pain until I touch it and there is bearable pain and itchy. And one is inside outer labia which is also same.

MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
You may take homoeopathic medicine Merc Sol 30 one dose... see if it helps.. Or consult with proper details..
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