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Hi doctor. Have a hood day. Doctor my marriage is about 3 month. Now I and my wife, we are planning for a baby. So I want to know that in Menstrual cycle among of 28 days which day will be the best day for physical relation for pregnancy.
My 8 years old son gets cough and cold often what is the correct medicine for him he has breathing problem to he has mild heart valve problem with. Doctor said not to worry he his not taking any medicine for it.
Hi we are planning for second baby. For me it's regular periods with 30 days cycle. I'm getting mild spotting for the last two days and my period is two days due. Is it a sign of pregnancy? And also I'm planning to go to out of station tomorrow through train. Is it safe? Please help me out with this.
My wife had miscarriage 3 times in the past 14 years. Doctors said there are less chances of conceiving due to 3 times miscarriage and she had problem of torch nil in the past. She is a low bp patient also irregular menses. What is ivf treatment and.
I conceived after 7 years of marriage at the age of 34 yrs. Now my daughter is 7 yrs. Soon after her 2nd birthday, we tried for second baby but not conceived still. I was having Fibroid when I conceived first time but after 1 years the fibroid was not visible in sonography. On 2015 sonography report shows Uterus is bulky with heterogeneous echotexture. A 4.2x3.5 cm size anterior myometrial fibroid is seen. Was having unbearable pain during menstruation with heavy bleeding & Clots. Took 5 injections of Zoladex. Now pain is not there but is bleeding in the gap of 10-12 days.
I am 40 year old married lady I had abortion when I was 26 but after tht I never conceived I tried iui also but it failed so please advice me for conception and chances of conceiving.
What is DNS? Will that help in getting pregnancy? What are the other tests to be done to check if everything is Okay for getting pregnant?
I have 2 month amenorrhoea with history of recurrent miscarriage, now my Dr. has started Ingectionlonopin 0.4 alternate day ,Injection Hcg weekly with tab ecosprin 75 mg daily and folic acid for up to 3 month so I want to say is it good treatment for me, or can it create any serious complication?
I am a married woman. I had my last periods on 4th april. It lasted for about 6 days. My husband came for leave on 11th april. We had planned for a baby. I had the hope of getting pregnant. But since last two days I had cough and from today morning I noticed a brown spotting. I do not have any pain. What can be the cause of this spotting? What am I supposed to do?
I am suffering from dry cough for the last 2 Weeks and I have chest pain whenever I cough hard. Can you suggest what should be done.
When the delivery of a baby has to happen through a surgical process rather than normal child birth, the procedure is known as a Caesarean Section or a C-section. There are many reasons why one many need to go through this surgical procedure including complications during pregnancy and childbirth. One can also plan for a C-section beforehand by talking it through with a doctor who will recommend the same in case there are any complications and risks at play during the pregnancy. Read on to know more about the procedure.
Reasons: There are many reasons why a doctor may want to go in for a C-section. If the labour is not progressing properly, then a C-section may be required in order to extract the baby. This procedure may also be used in case the baby is not getting proper amount of oxygen which can put it in distress and lead to changes in the heartbeat. Also, if the baby is in an abnormal position like a breech position, then a C-section may be required. This procedure is also used when a woman is carrying twins or triplets. Other health concerns like high blood pressure and genital herpes or even HIV can lead to this procedure. Any mechanical obstruction like fibroids in the birth canal can also cause the doctor to resort to a C-section, while a patient who has delivered via C-section earlier may also be asked to do the same again.
Risks and complications: One has to remember that a C-section takes longer to recover from than normal childbirth and delivery would. Also, it does pose a few risks and complications that may arise during and after the procedure.
- Breathing issues: The babies who are born via C-section are more susceptible to a condition known transient tachypnea which is a breathing problem characterised by an abnormally fast rate of breathing in and out. Also, other respiratory distress syndromes may take over subsequently.
- Surgical injuries: The doctor may accidentally nick the baby’s skin during the surgical process which involves the use of sharp instruments for making the incision.
- Inflammation risk: The uterus may undergo inflammation which may also lead to endometriosis as well as infections of the membrane which can cause fever and foul smelling vaginal discharge. The wound may also get infected.
- Bleeding: While some amount of bleeding is normal, this procedure can also lead to excessive bleeding in which case immediate medical intervention may be required. Also, the patient may suffer from blood clots inside the veins of the pelvic organs. These clots may also travel to the lungs and cause further complications.