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I am suffering from amehorea since puberty and diagnosed with pcos since last 3 yrs. I get married this year want to get pregnant.
Yesterday nit took one tab and tdy balance four tablet from unwanted kit tablet but still I did not get bleeding but I am having heavy cramps, when will my periods get started?
My mother is of age 51 years. She is having a tumour in her uterus. Since 5 months ,she is taking several medicines by consulting different doctors but the blood flow is not being reduced. Can it be cured with any other medicines? She has taken medicines like 'Endoreg'etc and now she is taking 'Deviry'
Why is it hard to quit using smokeless tobacco?
Like cigarettes, smokeless tobacco (snuff or chewing tobacco) contains nicotine, a very addictive substance that causes changes in the way you think and act. If you are addicted to nicotine, you crave the “buzz” you get from using smokeless tobacco, and you have to use more and more to get the effect you want. Smokeless tobacco puts more ;nicotine into your bloodstream than cigarettes do. This is one reason why people who chew or dip tobacco regularly may think that quitting smokeless tobacco is even harder than quitting cigarette smoking. Using smokeless tobacco might also be a habit for you when you’re in certain situations or with certain people. For example, you may always chew tobacco when you go to a sporting event or when you watch tv. It can be hard to break this pattern of behavior. However, many smokeless tobacco users have quit successfully – and so can you. Psychiatrist can help you quit.