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Treatment of Pregnancy and related Disorder
Treatment of Irregular Periods
Treatment of No Periods
Management of Pregnancy
Treatment of Ovarian Cysts
Management of Pregnancy Query
Management of Abortion
Treatment of Painful Periods
Avoiding Pregnancy Procedures
Birth Control Treatment
Treatment of Painful Sexual Intercourse
Treatment of Pregnancy Symptoms
Treatment of Heavy Periods
Treatment of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
Treatment of Breast Pain
Treatment of Vaginal Discharge
Treatment of Miscarriage
Treatment of Vaginal Itching
Treatment of Cervicitis
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Me and my fiancee had sex on 23 I withdrawn out before ejaculation and my she took ipill in next 1 hour her next period date was 12 nov but it started lighter bleeding on 7 nov and 8 nov and than stopped than again it started bleeding on 16 nov very lighter bleeding can I know what is this going on?
Had do intercourse on 7th Oct. Without doing penis but I had doubt that sperm is inserted through partners finger. So I took i-pill after 40 hrs.. My periods actual date is 13 Oct but I have bleeding on 11 to 17 Oct .After that I have do preganews test 3 times till 24th Oct. and result was negative. But 26th same thing happened but on this time we didn't do but I had doubt that he touched near vagina.. .My period date was 9th november. Today is 15 th nov .No period is coming.. .So I do beta HCg test and it shows <2 hcg. What does it mean? It's negative? Nd I did preganews test. It shows negative. But I feel tiredness, headache, abdominal pain, smell sensitivity increase and more hungry then before, nose closed, body changes occurred so what does it mean? M I pregnant?
Sir, We have get under 3 month abortion under doctor supervision due to my virginal spotting And after one month period will come and after period we get positive in pregnancy test kit. Sir my question is that is any problems to my baby Which are in my intrauterine.
I am confused regarding my pregnancy. I have done pregnancy test too, it shows single line (i.e. I am not pregnant) but I am having spot bleeding. I am not sure about the test because I did it first time. My stomach, back is aching and I can feel like periods but I am not having them. Please help me with the issue.
Hi, I am 20 years old. I am pregnant. I use mifepristone for abortion and before taking misoprostol bleeding starts. What is the cause of bleeding in this time. Is it due to mifepristone or its a normal period? How can I know that?
Sir. I tend to have sex with my boyfriend 21st Oct which was my first day of period. We used protection (condom) I didn't take any contraceptive pill since it was my first day of period. Now my concern is what are the chances of me getting pregnant?
Hello. Last month 7th blessed with girl baby by normal delivery. Stitches down there still hurting a lot and am still bleeding. I took taxim o 200 because stitches got infected. (at delivery time my gynic sujested taxim o 200)
According to a report by WHO, every hour about five women die in India during childbirth. Giving birth is one of the most challenging bodily functions that a woman has to perform in their life.
When it comes to the mode of delivery, there are a number of delivery options:
- Normal or Vaginal Birth
- C-Section or also known as Cesarean
- Water Birth
- Vacuum Extraction
Of the few mentioned above the most common delivery options are natural birth and C-section. The mode of delivery will be decided only after factoring in the woman’s health condition, ability to endure pain etc.
Also, when it comes to deliveries, there is a lot of half-baked information floating around. The internet is one of the biggest contributor in this regard. Here are some of the most common myths -
Myths on Normal Delivery:
Myth 1: It’s More Superior
Many women consider or think that being able to bring a life into the world without the aid of any painkillers or any other external interventions gives them a sense of empowerment.
Myth 2: It is Riskier
There is no definite statistic to prove that a natural birth is more risky than other delivery options.
Myth 3: A Process that comes naturally to a Woman
Another commonly held fallacy about normal delivery is that a woman’s body knows exactly how to respond to a normal delivery. The common reason given is that women have been undergoing natural childbirth process since time immemorial without external interventions or assistance. Not only is a normal delivery fraught with misconceptions but so is a C-section surgery.
Myths on C-Section:
Myth 1: A C-Section is more convenient compared to a vaginal Birth
A C-Section is an invasive surgery method that comes with its own set of risks like any surgery. Doctors generally advise women to opt for a natural birth if possible.
Myth 2: You cannot undergo too many C-Sections
There is no limitation on the number of C-sections you can have in your lifetime. However, the risks of complications increase with every subsequent C-section.
It is advised that you plan the delivery option based on your health condition weeks before your due date. In some cases, C-section surgery is resorted to during the course of a vaginal birth when complications arise.