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Hello doctor l have pain in stomach of right side. What are the reason? I have also back pain and vaginal pain.
I am having problem of pcod and I am now pregnant its the first month I used preganews to know it what care should I take.
Hi I and my girlfriend had an protected sex couple of weeks ago and the problem is when I removing my penis from her I saw that some white (sperm colour) sticky, immediately I checked my condom and the condom is perfect good and alright. And more over it was my third shot, I don't know weather it was my sperm or not. On 10th of this month she has to get her date but she didn't get her periods I am worried about that, we did the pregnancy test and it shows negative. I am worried about that please suggest me what I have to do to avoid pregnancy is she pregnant.
I am 23 years old , female , not married. I am getting back pain, lower abdominal pain and vaginal discharge for more than one week. Vaginal fluid is slight thick. My periods is about to come. Is this any serious issue.
Vulvodynia is a medical condition in which women suffer from chronic pain in the vaginal area without any cause. Even today, women don’t often go for proper diagnosis for vulvodynia because of the societal pressure due to which doctors and researchers are still not able to find out the exact cause of vulvodynia.
Types of vulvodynia
1. Generalized vulvodynia: This occurs when there is immense pain in different areas of the vagina. It can occur once in a while or the pain can be constant. Slight pressure or touch on the vagina can make it worse.
2. Vulvar Vestibulitis syndrome: Pain generally occurs in the entrance of the vagina. A burning sensation is felt when pressure is applied on the vagina or during sexual intercourse.
Possible causes of vulvodynia:
1. Irritation to the nerve or a nerve injury can increase the risk of vulvodynia.
2. An infection or a trauma in the vulvar cells can also give rise to abnormal responses which might cause vulvodynia.
3. The vulva can also respond poorly to inflammation due to genetic factors.
4. Yeast infection and hypersensitivity can also cause vulvodynia.
5. Muscle spasm
6. Irritation or allergies to chemical substances.
7. Hormonal changes like menstruation or menopause can also cause vulvodynia.
8. If you have a history of sexual abuse or rape, you are more likely to develop vulvodynia.
9. Using excessive antibiotic can lead to the weakening of the cells around the vagina.
Symptoms of vulvodynia:
1. Rawness, stinging or burning sensation in the vagina.
2. Soreness or acute aching sensation in and around the vagina.
3. Throbbing can also occur on the vagina if you have vulvodynia.
4. Itchiness in and around the vagina.
5. Pain can either occur once a while or all the time during vulvodynia.
6. Walking, exercising or having sex can also cause immense pain in the vagina.
7. The vagina can also ache while walking, sitting or exercising.
8. Discomfort can be felt on your entire vulva.
Vulvodynia can impact a woman’s life greatly. It can disable her ability to exercise or have sex. Vulvodynia can also make her withdraw from her social life or work. It is of utmost importance to book an appointment with a gynecologist as soon as possible if you have vulvodynia. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a doctor and ask a free question.
5 months are passed for my marriage bt my wife is still not going pregnant please offer some tips to help us.
Am purvi. married 8 months before. I am suffering from pcod. I got the news when I am in investigation under gynecologist 5 months before. They prescribed me normal for pcod nd diane 35 to both control. Then my periods becms regular. Bt from 1 mnth I stopped the diane 35. So afterwards I got acnes spots of blood up to 5 days with in 15 days of last periods. Then my period date is 28 of august. Still I doest got periods back. Plss suggest me. I dnt want to get pregnant.
I am a 23yr old female and I have pimples on my face and I also have an ovarian cyst. So what measures should I have to take to overcome this problem.
I am taking krimson 35 from past 8 days and today I observed slight spotting. Should I continue the medicine or stop? What could be the reason for it. Its the first time I am taking krimson as my pcod is 15 days back discovered on account of missing my periods for 2 months. I do not have any family history of pcos. PLEASE HELP ME GYNECOLOGISTS!
I am having sex from past 2 days. We desperately want a baby. I feel that I have a problem of premature ejaculation so initially when I was having sex last month I used to ejaculate outside vagina. Is their any condition as to how deep into vagina should my sperms enter in order to get her pregnant.Please tell.
My mother met an accident today. A big steel utensil falls on her foot and made a small cut on nerves of her foot and it started bleeding. She felt unconscious. We cleaned and applied antiseptic on it and covered it with bandage. Bleeding is stop now but that area is swollen and black now and my mother is feeling weak. Also the pain in that area is like pinching. Please advice on this.
I am having my periods and simultaneously suffering from severe cold. Can I have medicines for cold? If yes, then what?
I am 25 yr old woman, I am trying to get pregnant. I got my last period on 4. 3. 2015. I didnt get my periods for next month. I have all symptoms of pregrancy like nausea, tired, don't feel hungry, breast pain. At 18. 4. 2015 I got bleeding as periods, but only for 2 days and it has been stopped. Gone to doctor, took beta blood test which show as 27 units. Test took on 18. 4. 2015 but again doctor told to take test on 25th, result show as 1units. Why suddenly it shows negative? but still I have pregrancy symptoms. Moreover I have pcod problem, but my date are regular. Please advise me doctor, whether I am pregnant now?
I am 21 and am sexually active with my bf but with protection. I have PCOS condition hence my period is irregular. Last week I had a lot of brown discharge for 5 days followed by 2 days red blood discharge and it has been 2 days and am yet to see any discharge. Am worried I might be pregnant but took a pregnancy test yesterday it was negative. Could I be pregnant? My boyfriend always use condom, last we has sex was 2 weeks back and today again I saw light spotting what is the meaning of this?
One of the most common physically transmitted diseases is chlamydia. Chlamydia is a type of infection caused by the bacteria "Chlamydia trachomatis". The symptoms of Chlamydia are similar to the symptoms of Gonorrhoea (a bacterial sexually transmitted infection). Chlamydia infection causes permanent fallopian tube damage in women, leads to future ectopic pregnancy (the fertilised egg attaches itself outside the uterus) and infertility.
Symptoms of Chlamydia:
Men and women afflicted with chlamydia exhibit different symptoms.
The symptoms of chlamydia in women include:
- Abnormal, sometimes foul-smelling, vaginal discharge
- Bleeding between menstrual cycles
- Painful periods
- Abdominal pain, accompanied with fever
- Pain during intercourse
- Burning or itching around or in the vagina
- Painful urination
Men usually display the following symptoms if they have chlamydia:
- Minimal amounts of cloudy or clear discharge from the head of the penis
- Painful urination
- Itching and burning around the slit of the penis
- Swollen and painful testicles
Treatment options available:
- Chlamydia is diagnosed by taking a swab from the cervix (in women) or the urethra (in men). These swabs will be sent to the laboratory for analysis. Urine samples can also be taken to check for the appearance of bacteria.
- Since chlamydia is a bacterial infection, it can be easily treated with antibiotics. Oral antibiotics such as azithromycin or doxycycline are commonly prescribed by doctors. Azithromycin is usually prescribed in a large, single dose. The dose may also be stretched out for five days. Doxycycline is taken two times daily for a week.
- With the right antibiotic therapy, the infection will clear up in 1 to 2 weeks approximately. It is very important that you finish the medication course if you wish you heal completely without having to suffer from further bouts of this disorder.
- Women with critical chlamydia may need hospitalisation, pain medicine and IV (intravenous, or directly through the vein) antibiotics. Pregnant women with chlamydia infection can be safely cured with antibiotic such as erythromycin ethylsuccinate, amoxicillin and azithromycin.
Your partner needs testing and treatment as well to avoid further spread and reinfection. It is vital not to engage in any sexual activity while the treatment is ongoing. A further retest should be done three months later to make sure the infection is rectified. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a doctor and ask a free question.