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Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
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Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
Treatment Of Medical Diseases In Pregnancy
Treatment Of Menstrual Problems
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Hi Sir I had unprotected sex with my partner on July 11, there was no ejaculation involved in it. My periods were due on 20th July, it is normally late by 5 to 6 days. But it hasn't happened till 2nd August. I have done the urine pregnancy test, the result was negative. There are no symptoms of pregnancy in me, but I can feel a slight pain in my lower abdomen when I press it. What should I do now? Please help. I have no sensation of pregnancy either but the periods isn't just coming.
The thing was it is protected ,but with a doubt I had given her unwanted 72 it was her day 8 after her period ,is there any chance of pregnancy and as I gave her pill will there be any altering in her menstrual cycle .she already have hormonal imbalance in her body (thyroid) will the date change or not and chances of pregnancy.
This time I saw mild bleeding for few minutes. Before the due date of my period ,this bleeding stopped in a few minutes and I came to know that it was not actually period came. Because after once stopped it did not happened again. I am tensed. Is it a symptom of another disease. Because I am suffering from itching in my vagina since few months. Now I am 22 years old girl please help.
Hi, I had 2nd level scan today it shows single live fetus with breech presentation BPD 5.1 cm HC 2.2 cm AC 16.6 cm FL 3.9 cm Cardiac Activity present 156 BPM EFW. 473 Gms CGA 22 weeks Placenta is posterior in lower segment is everything ok with my baby I am so much tensed.
The gall bladder is a very small organ located behind the liver. This organ stores the bile created by the liver and releases it whenever needed. We rarely pay attention to this organ until there is a problem and most gallbladder related problems are very painful. Unknowingly you may be harming your gall bladder by eating certain types of food like red meats and saturated fats. On the other hand, eating some types of food can improve your gall bladder health.
Some such foods are:
- Fiber-rich foods: Fruits and vegetables are rich sources of fiber and a must in a balanced diet. Fiber helps keep the gall bladder healthy and also helps prevent gallstones from developing. An easy way to add more fibre to your diet is to incorporate a salad with your lunch and dinner.
- Water: Water not only helps hydrate the body but also helps maintain the water levels required in bile. Ideally, a person should drink 8 glasses of water a day. This should not all be drunk at one time but should be spaced out through the day. Drinking too much water at one time will result in the body expelling it in the form of urine instead of absorbing it.
- Foods rich in Pectin: Pectin is a dietary fiber that binds cholesterol in the stomach and helps in its removal from the body. Since cholesterol is one of the major causes for gall stones, eating pectin-rich foods helps reduce the risk of gallstones. Some foods that are rich in pectin include citrus fruits, strawberries and apples.
- Flaxseeds: Eating just one tablespoon of flax seeds a day can boost your health in a number of ways. One of the many benefits of including flaxseeds in your diet is a healthy gall bladder. Flax seeds contain mucilaginous fiber or fiber that forms a gel. This type of fiber aids in the liver’s synthesis of bile acids and thus keeps the gall bladder healthy.
- Omega 3 Fatty Acids: Not all fats are bad for the body. Omega three fatty acids play an important role in producing anti-inflammatory compounds. Some rich sources of omega 3 fatty acids include olive oil, avocados and flax seeds.
- Citrus fruits: Citrus fruits are very rich in vitamins like vitamin C. a deficiency of this particular vitamin can cause gall stones. For this reason, eat plenty of citrus fruits and other fruits and vegetables such as bell peppers and broccoli that are rich in vitamin C.
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