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Management of Abortion
Caesarean Section Procedure
Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
Termination Of Pregnancy Procedure
Treatment Of Pregnancy Problems
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Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
Treatment Of Medical Diseases In Pregnancy
Treatment Of Menstrual Problems
Intra-Uterine Insemination (IUI) Treatment
Medical Termination Of Pregnancy (Mtp) Procedure
Gynecology Laparoscopy Procedures
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One of my friend had a self wanted abortion in Jan and she regret for a her decision and decided to get pregnant again. Then she had miscarriage at 6 weeks in april. She is planning to take a break of 2 to 3 months then try again. From past 20 days she started taking calcium tablet in afternoon, iron and folic acid tablet in nite. She is not anemic. I studied in some sites saying intake of more iron will increase the chance of miscarriage. Is this true? She has already started what can be done now? She shud stop taking iron tablet now? And try after 3 months? Pls help.
I am a 34 year old male. My wife and I am trying to start a family for the last 2 years. But haven't been able to succeed. On our doctors advise I went for a Semen Analysis and the report said "No liquefaction even after 4 hours, repeat test after 3 days. So I again went for the test after 3 days and this time the report turned out to be fine. Can you please explain to me if there is a possibility for this to happen and if yes what is the reason for that?
I am 32 years old lady. I delivered a baby on 24 week. After 22 days baby died. Now 2 months over. How many months want to try for the next pregnancy?
I lost my virginity on saturday night,(Using a condom) and should have had my period this Monday-Tuesday, but I never did. I am slightly worried that I might be pregnant.
My last periods was on 19th n it ended by 24th. On 27th I had sex n took ipill on 28th nly. Again on 4th I had an intercourse with my guy. Whr he never ejaculated inside me. I even wiped his precum before inserting (he nly put his tip inside. And now. Tt is on 10th I got bleeding. Exactly 12 days after taking ipill n 6 days after my last intercourse. Is this bleeding because of ipill or d previous sex? I am very much worried. M I pregnant?
I am 27 yr old female and l have period delay one and half month before marriage and till after baby so what should l do?
I am married and have a child of 12 years however the sex in my life is insignificant not due to my side. My wife works abroad from past 7 years and she claims she does not like sex. When do I take it as a mental issue and tell her to consult a doctor or just leave her and continue with my life. Please advice
Choose a time when you are both alone and not distracted. Having a conversation about sexual issues can be difficult and awkward, especially if you are both feeling the lack of sexual chemistry in the bedroom. Don’t spring the conversation on your partner when you’re having dinner at a restaurant or surrounded by friends. Look for a time when you are both alone, in a private space, to bring up the topic.
- A good time may be when you are both getting ready for bed, or after you have dinner together at home.
Broach the topic of sex in your marriage. A big part of strengthening the sexual relationship between you and your spouse is maintaining open and honest communication between you and your spouse. Bringing up the sexual issues in your marriage will show you are trying to make sex a priority in your relationship, instead of an occasional occurrence.
- Perhaps you have grown distant from your spouse or your spouse has grown distant from you. Regardless, be proactive and get the conversation started. Let your spouse know that you realize it’s important to have an intimate connection in a relationship, especially in a marriage.
Focus on how you can both meet each other’s needs. Tell your spouse that you realize you have both been unhappy with your love life and that you want to try to do something about it. If your partner responds with, “Well, I’ve heard that before”, don’t take it personally. Instead, ask your partner how you can meet their needs, sexual and otherwise. Discuss what your partner feels is lacking in your sexual relationship and what you feel is lacking, as well.
- Often, couples with sexual problems also have other emotional issues that have not been worked out and are hovering over the relationship. You could be lacking sexual chemistry due to boredom in the bedroom, a low sex drive (for you or your partner), a negative body image (for you or your partner), exhaustion due to the stresses of life, or a lack of connection mentally and emotionally.
- Try to work together to identify possible causes of your lack of sexual chemistry. It can be difficult to talk about issues around sex. But as partners, you owe it to each other to be honest and to share any concerns around intimacy and sex.
Hear each other out. Don’t interrupt your partner when your partner is sharing any feelings or concerns. Focus on listening before you respond or speak.
Ask if there are any specific issues or concerns. Try to get to the root of your issues. Don’t be afraid to be specific about your concerns, as this can lead to solutions to address them.
- If your partner brings up a feeling of boredom in the bedroom, think of ways to spice up your usual sex routine. Maybe your partner is feeling exhausted by their workday, or experiencing a negative image of their body. Discuss possible solutions to these issues, like taking less hours at work, going on a vacation just the two of you, or taking up exercise together.