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Hi ma'am I suffering with ectopic pregnancy and I had last period on 29th January and afterwards I didn't have period in Feb march so I went to medical on 1st April they gave medicine because they said you r not pregnant in test the result was -ve till 11 April I didn't bleed so again I went to hospital they said for hcg test I was pregnant then on 20th April they declared I am suffering with ectopic pregnancy on that day I hospitalized and they gave shot methotrexate that time my hcg level was 500 again after one shot my level was increased to 1000 they gave another shot agin hcg level increased to 1400 they gave another shot then hcg level was 1500 they discharged from hospital and I came back to home after 48 hr again I went for test my hcg level was 259 after 3 days means on 1st may I bleed for one week and on 18th of may my hcg level was 0.29 but I am still getting abdominal pain and felling like stomach size increasing and also like vomiting sometimes ma'am I want to know when my period will start and why I am feeling like still something is holding iny stomach because I am uncomfortable when I am sleeping from front side.
I am 31 years old. Suffering with pcod. Suddenly Experiencing pain upper left side of my stomach and feel the pain mostly when I use washroom. Is it related or could be muscular?
Hi I'm suffering from herpes. I got scars all over my body cause of it is there any possible way to heal it? I'm 25 years old male.
I am 26 years old. I got married since 3 years I want to know that is vaginal itching cause in conceiving a child. Nd when me nd my husband intercourse .sometimes I feel burning it that area. What is the solution for this. Nd what is the solution for urinary itching.
It's my first pregnancy. My last period was on 19 August 2016. Please tell me if you have to undergo any test or ultrasound now? Because my gyne says test will be done after I complete 8 months.
Hello I am 28 yrs old married woman. Height 5'4" and weight 75kg. Recently I joined gym but within 2 days of cardiovascular experience I faced slight bleeding in my vigina and I am facing this next day also. Which made me scared. Please help me out.
Last week I had unprotected sex with my girl friend. But in the same day she had unwanted 72. Unfortunately there is no such bleeding till today. What needs to be done to avoid pregnancy. Please advice.
I had sex on the 12th of April and my last date of period was 9th April. My first date of period was 5th April. And today is 6th May. I dint get my chumps yet. Any chance of getting pregnant? Or is it safe? Pls help me.
I am having acne problem since last 10 years. My age is 26 years and have gone through ultrasound and Pcod also. Please tell me permanent solution for this.
Digestive Issues: Black beans are great for regulating digestive issues because they contain unusually high levels of protein and fiber for such a small bean, making them a 'super food' of sorts. Protein and fiber both help food move through the digestive tract, allowing it to have its nutrients removed and then the waste expelled in a healthy way. Black beans are also digested slower than meat, which has a similar protein content, so eating beans can leave you satisfied longer. In this way, black beans can clean out a digestive system and help prevent overeating.
Blood Sugar: Uneven digestive rates can cause unbalanced blood sugar levels in the body, but black beans regulate this issue as well. As mentioned above, the fiber and protein in black beans keeps digestion flowing at a steady rate, so concentrated doses of nutrient uptake do not occur. Rather, a steady removal of nutrients occurs throughout the digestive process. When digestion is unsteady, spikes or crashes in blood sugar can occur, which are dangerous and even fatal to patients with diabetes or similar blood sugar-related conditions.
Festivals without sweets are unheard of in India. Think of Diwali and you’re sure to conjure visions of ‘mithai’, dried fruits and ‘laddus’. These sweetmeats are rich not only in taste, but also in calories. This makes festival food a big problem for weight management. Thankfully, there are ways to have a sweet celebration without putting on excess weight.
Here are a few tips.
- Eat in moderation: It is impossible to completely avoid sweets during this festive season. However, you can keep a check on the amount you eat. Limit yourself to one or two pieces of mithai instead of gorging on them. Avoid second helping of sweets at all costs.
- Pick your sweets carefully: Not all sweets have the same calorific value. Sweets that are deep fried such as gulab jamuns have a higher calorific value than rasgullas. Similarly homemade sweets are usually much lower in fat content than store bought ones. If you are making sweets at home, try replacing the sugar with jaggery to lower the fat content. Eating dry fruits over sweets can also help minimize your calorie intake.
- Do not skip your meals: Eating heavy sweets may make you want to skip your regular meals, but this is a terrible idea. Do not miss out on your regular servings of fruits, vegetables and carbs. Do not replace your normal meals with snacks and dried fruits. If necessary, lower your portion size and have a light soup for dinner instead of your regular meal.
- Avoid sweet drinks: Since you cannot avoid eating sugar, skip drinking sugar. Avoid sweetened drinks such as colas and processed juices. Instead, pick light drinks such as buttermilk, lemonade and jaljeera. Green tea is also a good option during Diwali. If possible, avoid alcohol.
- Stay hydrated: When eating such rich and heavy food, it is important to drink plenty of water through the day. This keeps the body hydrated and helps flush toxins from the body. Drinking water also reduces the urge to snack and can help keep a control over your food intake.
- Eat mindfully: Chew your food and mithai slowly while eating. This will ensure that you thoroughly enjoy it and will keep you satiated for longer. Avoid eating on the go. Mindful eating also reduces the urge to snack excessively and hence controls your food intake.
- Exercise: Do not make Diwali an excuse to not exercise. Set aside half an hour at the beginning of the day to exercise and kick start your metabolism. Breathing exercises such as Pranayam and anulom vilom can also help clear your respiratory passages and help prevent problems sue to the pollutants in the air.