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I am 19 yrs old I had sex with my boyfriend a month ago. I had i-pill after that and got periods in 2 days but now after those periods I am getting a brown colour discharge daily and my this periods hadn't come yet. What may be the problem with me?
My girlfriend was suppose to have her periods last month June 24th but till 16/7/2016 she has not got .and secondly she has thyroid problem and she takes 75 mg thyronorm tablet daily. Kindly let us know what might be the problem.
I m 22 years of age. Recently I did sex with my fiancee and he told me that i m not a virgin. But I never done sex before. Then I checked my vagina with my fingers and I also have doubt that i m not a virgin because my vagina's hole is too big and I never felt pain when he entered his penis at the first time. I m I virgin or not?
Hi Doctor, my last period was on 23rd Feb.Usually I hav ovulation on 14th day.But this tim I had ovulation on 21st day.So when wil be my next period? Pls help?
I am 22 years old I hve pcos and thyroid problem now I am planning for pregnancy my doc gave me meprate for day 16 to day 25 of my cycle and folic acid for 6 months bt after taking meprate I get periods bt does not looks like normal bleeding I get light and brownish discharge I took pregnancy test it shows negative is this normal or any complications in pregnancy shall I continue this or not.
I have pcos and have been trying to conceive for 3 years. This month my periods are delayed by 10 days, my breasts are tender and currently I have notice dry vagina. Am I pregnant?
My wife savitha she is now pregnant 21 week. Recently tiffa scan done in this total normal. But face is not visualized due to prone position. What is the prone positions? It is any problem for fetus.
Hello Dr, I am 34 years and It will be 3 years of our marriage, my Hb is now 12.38, I was diagnosed for Thyroid a year back that tym my reading was 9.22,recently I did the test and reading is 5.13. I am not on any medication for thyroid. This tym I missed my date by 5 days, I do not know I conceived or not but I do not find any symptom of vomiting or heaviness. We ar planning for baby, what you feel I sud to do further? Shall I wait for any preg test as there may be chance of delay in Periods due to hormonal changes. Please revert.
It is bleeding very lightly from yesterday. I had sex before a week and had unwanted 72 tablet. I had my last period on 22 sept again I had period on 7 oct and now from yesterday 22 it is bleeding lightly. Is it coz of pills? Anything serious? am I pregnant?
My periods date is on 15th feb. And I usually have my periods 3-4 days before the actual date. I had unprotected sex on 24th jan. Now I am having some mood swings and laziness. Moreover I get a frequent urge of urinating. Am I pregnant? Please help.
I had some red patches near my vagina. They are itchy and irritating. Do applying zandu balm on them can cure them fast?
I have doubt am planning for pregnancy so we are having intercourse day by day on 11 day to 24 days we should give gap before periods means At least 3 days before the last date of period.
I am 21 years old I have bilateral pcod and bicornuate uterus. I am not overweight i am just 44 kg. Is it possible for me to get pregnant? how long duration will take? please kindly reply. Thank you.
I was married before 2 years ago. I am in service of Indian army. My wife is not getting pregnant. So what is problem.
Hi, I am 27 years old woman. From past few months I am experiencing irregular periods. I got my last period on 17th jan 2017 and since then I dint get my period yet. So itz been almost 70 days now. I consulted a gynecologist and she gave me deviry 10 mg. I took the dosage twice a day for five days. And itz been two days I have finished the tablets but I still dint get my periods. Pls help me. Is it common in girls at this age? Will I get menopause now itself? I am really very worried pls answer my questions.
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- Bananas contain very little protein and almost no fat.
- The carbs in unripe (green) bananas consist mostly of starch and resistant starch, but as the banana ripens, the starch turns into sugar (glucose, fructose and sucrose).
- A medium-sized banana contains about 3 grams of fiber, making bananas a fairly good fiber source.
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