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Hello Doctor I had unprotected sex with my partner on 25th jan and she had ipill on the same day. After that she got her periods from 11th to 16th feb. And now she is getting some secretions from her breasts which is white in colour n sometimes waterish. She is having pain in her breasts. She got her urine pregnancy test which are negative. I want to know if she is pregnant and is that milk?
My friend is suffering one kind of problem. That he used to goes toilet every 15mints once. What was the actual problem. His age is 21. At this age it is because of sugar.
I am a diabetic and suffering from pyrea second stage cud you please tell me how to control it my sugar level is almost under control.
I am a type 2 diabetic since 48 years of age. Now I am 65 years old. I am taking diamicron Mr. 30mg (1-0-1), metsmall 500 (1-0-0), lantus insulin 10unit at night. Before morning sugar level used to be around 120 but from past 2 days my sugar level 250 above in fasting. Can you please suggest what may be the problem? Thanking you for your time.
I want to gain weight. I try many things to gain but nothing happen. I test my liver for checking digestive problem. I took supplement also for gaining but after few months gain but again. Please sir any tips.
I feel so sad after masturbation for 3 years, I am suffering from hair loss penis curvature eyes are draining like eye circle found, I want to overcome this problem regain my hair and overcome side effect of masturbation pls help me out.
I am suffering from premature ejaculation. What to do. I want to satisfy my neighbour's wife. Can this be cured without medicines.
Sir am suffering cold from last 4 days. I am using coldact but no use please tel me which tablet am using to reduce my cold. What can I do can reduce my cold completely. Please suggest me ASAp.
I am a 20 years old girl having mouth ulcers frequently, hope its a part of heredity. Can you pls suggest me how much b complex tablets should I take per day. Is there any problem in taking two?
Hi, I have been mentally disturbed due to divorce case and other financial issues. My partner had been not with me since 4 years. Since 3 to 4 months I have sensed erection issues. I'm not sure whether it is a physical issue or psychological issue. In the mean time I was more into watching porn and masturbation. I have reduced that. But I'm not able to understand the real issue. I might plan for a new life soon and worrying about erection issues. Please advice. Thanks.
Hi My follicle size is 24×15 mm in day 12,(1) when it rapture normally. (2) how much time I can wait for inj. Hcg in this cycle. (3) how many maximum times I can do IUI process.
I know I overeat at meals, but I can't help it. If I limit my portions, I'm hungry an hour later. How can I avoid overeating and have better control of my appetite? My stomach aches, thought it becomes fine in a day, but still it pains regularly, what to do? Please let me know.
Does regular masturbate in a day will effect my gym workout r act as any obstacle in my weight gaining program ?
What are the symptoms of chickengunia fever as I think my brother has been injected with the virus of ampik doomba thalaiva dandi chikam.
The dengue fever season which is usually synonymous with the monsoons in India is showing no signs of abating. The numbers are much higher in cities like Delhi and Mumbai, whose already overworked hospitals and civic bodies are struggling to contain the ailment and treat the ill.
Dr Arvind Aggarwal, senior consultant, internal medicine at the Sri Balaji Action Medical Institute, Delhi has something to say about the disease, why it won?t go away and how people should pay more attention to the onset of the fever:
Is there any significant change in the disease trend this year? Are the elderly or people with lower immunity likelier to suffer from dengue?
This year we are seeing a large number of healthy young adults, especially teenagers suffering from the ailment. The reason for this is that they are more likely to travel or stay outdoors as compared to aged people or immune compromised people. Normally, every family tries to keep their homes free of mosquitoes and maintain hygiene when people go out, they are likelier to be bitten by dengue-carrying mosquitoes. (Read: Dengue fever: Symptoms, medication and prevention)
What are the symptoms of dengue fever? How can people recognise it early?
The most glaring symptoms are high-grade fever, chills, severe headache and pain behind the eyes (retro-orbital pain), severe headaches and body aches. After the second day of onset of the aforementioned symptoms, they may even start vomiting or feel extremely restless. In many patients we can diagnose the disease in a day itself, but in some cases people stay home when they have fever and self-medicate. Only when it becomes very severe and they are not able to bear the headaches and retro-orbital pain do they come to a doctor.
It is important that we recognise the possibility of a patient possibly suffering from dengue. Even doctors should take these complaints seriously. This is important because if it is diagnosed early the complications are much lower and can be handled effectively. (Read: Can papaya leaves help cure dengue?)
Should all patients presenting with high fever be aggressively tested for dengue?
Yes, it is essential that physicians have a high suspicion of dengue fever, especially in these two months when it is epidemic.
What are the tests that are done to detect the presence of dengue?
A test called NS1 (a test for the presence of the viral antigen) and other tests for the antibodies against the dengue virus can be done. The NS1 test is more accurate on the first seven days of the infection. If the patient comes to us after seven days, then we perform serological tests, where we test for the presence of theantibodies against the virus. Since these antibodies are produced by the body only after five to seven days, they are more effective. The most important thing here is that this antigen can be tested at any point during the infection, unlike in malaria where the test yields proper results only while the patient is having fever. Of course, the tests give better results at the peak of the disease.
What complications can dengue fever lead to?
Patients may suffer from very low blood pressure and very low platelet count. The patient?s also likely to bleed from various orifices like the nose and mouth and they might even notice blood in their urine. When it gets worse, the patient is likely to suffer from dengue haemorrhagic fever and dengue shock syndrome.
Hi, I've started die ting for weight loss. M drinking water and having fruits, small meals every 3 to 4 hr. However I'm feeling nausea and dizziness. Can you pls tell me how to avoid this. Also pls let me know if I can stop the dieting and switch to regular eating directly.
How to reduce my sleeping time because im sleeping more then 10 To 12 Hrs per day I dont have any interest to be like that but I will sleep like that what can I do for it.
Vitamin d is important for bones, muscles and overall health. It is made in our bodies through a series of processes that start when our skin is exposed to the sun's ultraviolet (UV) radiation.
Here are some tips to help you get enough vitamin d.
Take a balanced approach to sun exposure. Uv radiation from the sun is the best natural source of vitamin d, but too much sun exposure can increase your risk of skin cancer.
Speak to your doctor if you are at risk of low vitamin d. You might be at risk of low vitamin d if you have naturally very dark skin, get little or no sun exposure, have a medical condition that affects vitamin d metabolism or take certain medications (for example, those that increase the breakdown of vitamin d). Breastfed babies who fall into the above categories, or have mothers with low vitamin d, can also be at risk.
Exercise daily. Regular exercise assists with production of vitamin d.
Eat enough calcium. Vitamin d and calcium work together to make your bones strong. Make sure you get enough calcium by including a selection of dairy products, leafy vegetables, fish, tofu, brazil nuts and almonds in your diet.
Eat foods rich in vitamin d. Good sources include eggs, liver, and fatty fish such as mackerel, herring, and salmon. Some margarine and low-fat milk have added vitamin d. Food, however, only makes a small contribution (approximately 10 percent) to the body's overall vitamin d levels and it is difficult to get enough vitamin d from diet alone.
Speak to your doctor before taking supplements. Vitamin d supplements may be helpful for some people, but you should speak with your doctor first and take them strictly as directed.