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Management of Abortion
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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
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Medical Termination Of Pregnancy (Mtp) Procedure
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I am 3 month 20 days pregnant. Sometime I feel a bad straining in right lower abdomen for a small duration. And feel a little pain also in the left lower abdomen. Both the conditions are bearable and mostly happen at night time. I am a working lady. Need to travel also sometime. So please suggest me what should I do! And also tell me in which position should I sleep. And please give some idea regarding diet also. Thank you.
I have marriege in month of May 2015 & we trying for baby .. still we both not visited the doctor yet ........... can you pls help me in that
Hi, my name is Ruchika Verma, aged 37 years and suffering from severe depression with hallucinations since past 2 yrs. Though now I am normal and fine. Actually my periods has stopped and it's almost 12 months now that my periods have stopped. My psychiatrist says that it's because of medicine Sizodon forte and there is no need to worry. I just want to ask that is it normal or do I have to visit any gynaecologist. My doctor says that when you will stop Sizodon forte, your periods will start and you will be normal and fine. Kindly answer my query as I am worried about it. Regards Ruchika.
Both the ovaries are bulky with multiple small antral follicles atperiphery and echogenic central stroma. No evidence of adnexal mass or cyst bilaterally. What it exactly means and will it affect my pregnancy. I do have PCOD .KINDLY help.
My self Dr Anjuli Dixit speaking on the topic of Polycystic Ovarian disease. Polycystic Ovarian disease is a syndrome affecting most women of reproducing age group. It includes many melodize such as hormonal imbalance, obesity, menstrual irregularity. Generally, it is according to rotatom criteria developed in 2003 any of the 3 features if found they are labelled as Polycystic Ovarian disease. This includes ovulation, metabolic dysfunction or any polycystic ovaries diagnosed on ultrasonography if those not included in diagnosing this as Polycystic Ovarian but insulin resistance and Hyperinsulinemia are generally found in patients of Polycystic Ovarian disease. And it is, through studies we have come to know that Polycystic Ovarian disease patients have Hyperinsulinemia and insulin resistance in 40 to 50% of the patient either they are lean or they are OBs. In OBs patient’s insulin resistance is found to be in 80% of the cases and we treat them according to this insulin resistance and we try to reduce this insulin resistance. Give them insulin sensitizing drugs and diet and exercise. If you want any treatment regarding Polycystic Ovarian disease you can contact me either at Anjuli Nursing home or through Lybrate.
I had unprotected sex on July 21st and immediately took unwanted 72 withing one hour of sex. On 22nd July I had blood discharge for about 3 days. I couldn't understand whether it was my period or side effects of taking the pill. But then I didn't get periods till today that is 29th of August. I tested with a prega news. It showed negative. What should I do. My period was supposed to be on 23rd of August but it's delaying.
I donot have my menstrual cycle regular, but my mom says its genetic problem. Is this fine or seriously it can create problems.
Almost every man and woman craves to have a child they can call their own. This makes an inability to procreate one of the most dreaded situations. Infertility can be defined as the inability to conceive a child within 12 months of biologically appropriately timed intercourse. Infertility exacts a huge psychological toll on the person.
Infertility often triggers depression in a person. This may be acute and result from specific events such as the holidays, family celebrations of the news of a someone else having conceived a child or could be cyclic and coincide with phases of their fertility cycle. This depression could lead to problems at work and communication with the spouse.
Infertility can also make a person feel helpless and affect their self esteem. Infertility accompanied by depression can trigger the feeling of having lost control over one’s life and can make people withdraw into themselves.
An infertile person may also often feel guilty and make them blame themselves and their prior actions for the condition. This leads them to question their worthiness of being a good spouse and potential parent. A woman who has suffered from an STD (sexually transmitted disease) earlier or has undergone an abortion earlier can become obsessed with blaming herself for being infertile.
This affects their daily lives and ability to work. An infertile person may also feel guilty for having robbed their partner of the chance to become a parent. This can put a strain on their relationship and in many cases lead to a broken marriage.
When they find themselves unable to conceive a child, a couple may try to time their intercourse with ovulation tools, such as an ovulation thermometer etc. and may try different positions, some of which may be fairly uncomfortable. They may also end up having intercourse more often than desired. In order to prevent sperm from leaking out of the vagina, a woman may also find herself lying in an awkward supine position after intercourse. A combination of all these factors makes the act a chore and with time can lead to a loss of libido.
Infertility can also trigger anger against life for having been treated unfairly or towards other parents. This may also be displaced towards their family and friends leading to situations where they feel ostracized and unsupported.
When dealing with infertility, it is important to understand that neither partner is to blame. Infertility is a physiological condition and can be treated in most cases. It is important for both partners to support each other during this process and if need be consult a counselor.