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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 28 year female, my blood report show hb 11.80,rbc - 3.26,mcv - 103.70,mch - 36.20,mchc- 34.9,tlc - 10.1. Report advice- Rbc are Predominantly normocytic normochromic with macrocytic. Platelets normal. Please advice I am worry.
If a girl takes ipill without having sex just being in doubt. Den wat il be the effect? When she will get periods? I mean any difference in the bleeding time.
Hi I am a female my age is 26 and I am not having periods on time and for that I am not able to birth a child ang my weight is around 90+ so what I have to do <mobile> pallavi.
I had not done sex. Only I touched my penis to vagina and then I removed my penis from there. I had also not released my sperm on vagina so their any chances of pregnancy.
I am aged 34 and my husband is aged 36. We are married for 6 years. I am trying to conceive since then, but not yet successful. I have a regular 26 day cycle. I had gone for IVF too, but could not conceive. Both of us have lot of stress in our work. We doubt that the same is affecting my conception. Request your advise on the days to be followed for intercourse and things to be taken care of with respect to food etc.
I am 36 years old female I am suffering from pcod since 6 years and I was taking ayurvedic treatment n my periods are regular but due to hectic schedule I ws not able to take medicines n my last period ws on 3rd june till now my periods r delayed and I am feeling very uncomfortable due to pms I want to some some medicine to start my periods immediately.
Hi Sir, Kya hum vagina me Lignocaine jelly lga ke sex kar sakte hai. Kya Iska koi side effect hoga. Vagina ya fir penis pe.
Hi Sir, I am 35 years old female. I was on contraceptive pill for last two months. I want a baby now. Dr. asked me for AMH test. Will the pill effect the egg count?
Hi mam, can I take amrox cough syrup during my 8 weeks pregnancy. I feel too much cough, chest burning. Do coughing affects my baby in any ways? Am so much worried. Please help me with this.
When your kidney function falls below a certain point, it is referred to as a kidney failure or renal failure. Fortunately, you can still continue to lead a normal life with the right treatment for renal failure. Here are the three best treatments that you can choose depending on your condition and lifestyle:
1. Dialysis: Dialysis is the process that takes over the function of your kidneys to filter out the waste from your blood and maintain the proper balance of chemicals in the blood. You may use dialysis for many years or as a short-term treatment while waiting for a kidney transplant. Dialysis is not a cure for kidney disease, rather it helps you deal with renal failure. It is life-saving and without it, the kidneys will no longer function.
There are two types of dialysis treatments that you can choose from:
- Hemodialysis – This type uses a machine to remove waste from the blood and sends it back to your body. It can be done at home or at a dialysis center.
- Peritoneal Dialysis – This type uses the lining of your belly called the Peritoneum to do the work of your kidneys. A catheter and dialysis solution is used to carry out the function.
There are benefits and complications for each type of dialysis. The treatment decision will largely depend on the patient’s illness and their past medical history. Discuss with your doctor to decide the best option for you.
2. Kidney Transplant: Kidney transplants can provide a better quality of life than dialysis and can be seen as a potential cure for kidney failure. A healthy kidney from a live donor or deceased donor is surgically placed in your body as a replacement to the failed kidneys. Although this may be a better option for you, it has certain shortcomings. There is an element of rejection and you may have to wait for a long time to get a donor. Extensive testing and anti-rejection medications are prescribed with this treatment.
3. Palliative Care: Rather than cure, it is the care that people with serious illness need. With so much to deal with, the patients have an array of tough questions and challenges to deal with. Patients need to take into account all medical options and care options based on their condition and severity of the renal failure.
Making the right treatment choice is difficult and that too when you are ill. It is normal to be fearful and worried about the risks involved. Get support from your family and doctor to help you make the right treatment choice. It may also be helpful to visit a dialysis or transplant center to talks to others who have been through these treatments.