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Hi. I had sex with my would be husband during the 1st day of my periods.& without no protection.& he ejaculated inside me. So I take a birth control pill. Is it ok? Is there any chance to get pregnant? please help me.
Hi. I have sex with my would be husband. He was virgin. I read tht in 1st time sex boys mainly cum after 10 to 20 mins or more. But he cum during his 1st sex after almost 2 hours. We both are shocked. How it is possible? please help me?
I am 27 year I have a problem of epididymitis from last 6-7 month I dnt have too mch pain but a swelling or lump in my right testis.
Dear doctors, I have 3.5 inch penis (Erect) And I can not push my foreskin back, because the skin is so tight. If You suggest me circumcision, I have two nerves through foreskin. So what I should Do?
Sir pichle 3 ya 4 year se mera handjob ka aadat ho gya hai mai janna chahta hu ki is se mujhe problem hai koi ki nhi Now i am 18 year old.
Sir mujhey ek AIDS huey person ne daat sey kaat liya hai kya ussey koi problem toh nahi please help me sir.
Sir I'm doing masturbation from a long time. And my frequency is also very high. But now I noticed that I get early ejaculation or rapid climax. I'm very scared that after my marriage if this continues I can't satisfy my wife. Please advice me something.
It is perfectly normal for women to experience the periodic monthly bleeding cycle. However, if a woman experiences uterine bleeding which is abnormal and dysfunctional, it could be a symptom of infection. Other causes of abnormal uterine bleeding include hormonal imbalance, infection in cervix and cancer of the uterus. Many women can also experience abnormal uterine bleeding during first trimester of pregnancy.
The following are considered to be abnormal or dysfunctional uterine bleeding:
- A menstrual cycles occurs between 21 to 35 days, anything shorter or longer than this is abnormal
- No period for 3–6 months (amenorrhea) is abnormal
- Spotting or bleeding between periods
- Spotting or bleeding after intercourse
- Bleeding that is heavier or lasts longer than usual
- Spotting or bleeding after menopause
What can cause such a situation?
Some of the common causes leading to abnormal bleeding are as follows:
- Ectopic pregnancy
- Cervical or uterine infections
- Hormonal imbalances
- Problems with blood clotting
- Polycystic ovaries
- Endometrial hyperplasia
- Cancer of the reproductive tract
How to Diagnose it?
Most women tend to ignore abnormal bleeding, taking it as something to do with age or hormones. A detailed physical examination and history is done to understand menstrual cycle patterns and family history. In addition, the following would be used.
- Ultrasound: The pelvic organs are examined through sound waves to locate the problem area
- Hysteroscopy: Through a thin device that is inserted into the vagina, the doctor takes a look at the inside of the organs and identify the cause for the bleeding
- Endometrial biopsy: The uterine lining tissue is removed and examined under microscope to look for tissue changes that could be causing the bleeding
How Best to Treat It?
This would depend on the reason for the abnormal bleeding. However, in most cases, combinations of the following are useful in treatment.
- Hormone replacement can be done depending on the age and gynecological history, the type and the dose of the hormone would be decided upon. These could be in the form of tablets, vaginal creams, injections, or through an intrauterine device
- Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) like ibuprofen are useful in reducing bleeding and controlling cramps during excessive menstrual bleeding.
- Antibiotics may be useful if there is infection of the pelvic organs.
- Polyps, cysts, cancers, and other growths can be removed via hysteroscopy and sent for biopsy to confirm they are not cancerous.
- Endometrial ablation where the endometrial tissue is treated with heat can be used to control bleeding permanently.
- Hysterectomy would be done if other forms of treatment have failed. This could depend on their gynecologic history and other considerations as she cannot get pregnant after this.
Do not ignore if you see a change in the pattern of your uterine bleeding. It definitely calls for medical attention and if identified early, can be managed in much simpler ways.