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The way a human body works is tricky; to enable proper digestion and to feel fit throughout the day it is best to have a balanced diet. Things that you consider nutritious could be gnawing at your digestive tract. A person could be suffering from acid reflux, continual stretches of diarrhea or constipation, gastroesophageal reflux or an irritable bowel syndrome; kinds of food being consumed should be reviewed and altered as a basic remedy to these health problems.
- Stay away from acidic fruits: A fruit that is acidic in nature will have acidic effects on the digestive system. Acidic fruits should, therefore never be consumed in large amounts. Acid of any kind has a corrosive effect on our internal organs and hence should not be taken on an empty or an upset stomach. Lemons, oranges, tomatoes and other citrus fruits fall under this category of food.
- The myth about milk: Milk contains lactose that is hard to digest. People with lactose intolerance face the results right after consuming milk or other dairy products. Aged people face more difficulties in digesting milk. Dairy products when eaten in excess can result in gas, bloating or diarrhea. It is time you stopped believing in the myth milk is anything, but bad for digestive health.
- Processed wheat is not healthy at all: Bread is the easiest way of making a meal for yourself. However, its effects on your digestive system and your overall health are in no way good. Processed wheat can constipate you as it lacks in fiber. It contains added preservatives that can be harsh on your stomach.
- Ignore that soft corner for fries: While your stomach needs to be provided with food from time to time it also needs to be emptied. Fried food prevents emptying of the stomach. They tend to remain in the digestive system for long making you feel bloated and uneasy.
- Red meat and unhealthy fats will ruin digestion: Most of us like eating red meat and other kinds of fat such as butter, ghee, cheese and ice- creams. These fats are hard to digest and they result in recurrent stomach contractions. Stomach contractions can further lead to two extremes; you can be constipated for a few days or might have diarrhea.
I tried to have sex with my boyfriend with and without protection on 9th july. We don't complete the intercourse even once as it was very painful. I got her 5 days long menstruation on 20th july and again on 13th august. I am still scared if I am pregnant as I am having symptoms like dry heaving, intermittent nausea after eating, excessive fatigue from few days. Is it possible that I can be pregnant? Should I meet a gynac in person for practical check up ? Please help. I am very worried.
I had sex with my girlfriend but she had so much loose breast .why she has loose breast had she sex with other guy? Is she virgin or not? Plzz help me.
I had my last period on 29th of june, then I had a unprotected sex on 11th of july and took IPILL on 13th of july. Now my period had started on 21st july. The colour of my blood is dark red sometime brown also and I am having cramps too. My period is comparatively light than usual but it is still continuing till today that is the 10th day of my cycle with the same flow and cramp. I had also did a pregnancy test on my 5th day, but it showed negative results. I had checked it just once and now I am feeling afraid of getting pregnant. I am really very confused that it is my period or not and also before starting of my period I had some brown spotting too. And yesterday night I saw in pad black blood in colour. Why my period is so long. Please reply me out Asap.
Breast fat fill is a procedure that involves surgically harvesting fat from certain areas of the body and injecting them into the breast for aesthetically pleasing outcomes. It does not find application in just breast augmentation, but also following implant or flap based reconstruction in breast cancer patients (post mastectomy) with astounding outcomes.
- MYTH: Fat will disappear. FACT: The process of fat grafting requires harvest from another site followed by processing and finally injection. During the procedure some fat cells can be damaged. While the goal is to remove all liquid (injected to minimize pain and bleeding), blood, and non-viable fat cells, some will still be injected. On top of that even some perfectly good fat cells will not obtain proper blood supply in the breast. So not all of the volume injected is actually healthy fat cells that get good blood supply. That volume gets absorbed by your body, leaving you with the healthy fat that did survive. In addition you will have swelling from the procedure that will settle over time. The fat that you have at a couple of months though is likely to be permanent. If, however, your weight goes up or down, so too will the size of your breasts.
- MYTH: Fat grafting is an easy surgery. FACT: Fat grafting has many benefits over implants but is a longer and more technically demanding procedure. Every step of the way needs to be done meticulously or the fat survival rate will go down. It is time consuming and takes a lot of patience on your surgeon's part. Not all surgeons have the patience to get the ideal result. If they are not willing to place the fat drop by drop the result will be limited.
- MYTH: Fat can not increase the size of the breast much. FACT: Because of the importance of blood supply you can essentially double the size of the breast at the time of surgery. If you over exceed that amount the fat will not have good blood supply and may not survive as well. After resorption of fluid and cessation of swelling you can expect a 50-60% larger breast than pre-surgery. If a second surgery is done, you can inject even more than the first time leaving your final volume 2-2.5x larger.
- MYTH: Fat grafting and implants are never done together. FACT: Fat grafting is an amazing technique to use in conjunction with an implant. Although many patients do not need this, it can conceal the edge of an implant really well in thinner patients. This provides patients with a full yet still natural looking and feeling result. It is also great for enhancing cleavage in patients with wide set breasts. However, very few surgeons do this. It is only done by surgeons with a very specialized interest in both breast surgery and fat transfer. With all that said, the results can be amazing.
- MYTH: Fat will leave me with lumps or dents. FACT: Fat grafting can provide amazing looking results that are natural looking and feeling. However, the process MUST be done very carefully. If too much fat is placed or if it is done without precision then you will have a much higher chance of fat loss or oil cysts. You must go to a surgeon that has a very specialized interest in fat transfer. Not all surgeons provide great result with fat transfer. It is not as straight forward as placing an implant.
- MYTH: Fat transfer is better than implants. FACT: There is no perfect surgery. Fat transfer is great as there are virtually no scars, you get to treat a "problem" area with liposuction, and the results are very natural. However, it does not do as well to increase volume when you desire a much larger breast. It also does not enhance the shape of the breast as well as an implant in someone with a less pretty shape to begin with. Your surgeon should go over the pros and cons of all your choices and help you decide which is the best for you.
- MYTH: Fat grafting can be done in anyone. FACT: Although fat grafting can be done in anyone, not everyone is an ideal candidate. You need to have enough fat to harvest to make it worthwhile. Sometimes the only fat people have is in the butt. Not all patients want to give up volume in their butt. You also need to have a place to put it. If you are so thin that there is little space to place the fat you may need more than one surgery. Remember, you can double the size of the breast at the time of surgery, leaving you 50%-60% larger in the end. Your second surgery you can put a fair bit more fat than the first, leaving you between 2-2.5 times larger than you started. For some patients they may simply do better with an implant and some fat grafting to conceal it well.
- MYTH: There is only one perfect technique. FACT: Many surgeons that do a lot of fat grafting use vary different techniques for how they harvest the fat and how they process it. So long as care is taken to minimize injury to fat there are lots of ways of doing these steps. What virtually all surgeons agree on is that fat must be carefully placed and you must not exceed the maximum volume.
- MYTH: Fat transfer costs more than implants. FACT: Fat transfer is really dependant on the time it will take to harvest, process and transfer the fat. It certainly takes longer than an implant. So there will be more surgical and anaesthetic fees. However, there is no cost of implants which is considerable. In the end the prices are not that different. Choose the best surgery for you based on your goals. Not the cost.