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I was cuddling with my girlfriend. Later on I inserted my penis in her vagina 2-3 times without protection but I didn't ejaculate inside. What are the Chances of pregnancy. Her last period starting date was 1 may. 17.plz guide us.
I am repeatedly suffering from constipation as well as piles. The problem gets worst during pre menstrual days .I don't prefer oily and spicy food and also take timely my meals .please suggest me something.
Sir I had sex 2 days before and I did not used any protective and I did not ejaculate my sperms I removed my penis when I feel that my sperms will release but I had some doubt she will get pregnant if she get pregnant what are the methods to prevent pregnancy. I had said her to eat papaya and pineapple daily but I think it is not safe please tell me the solution for preventing pregnancy and 13 days left for her periods and she is 16 years old and I do not had any prescription to get medicines.
Meri delivery date 5 October thi lekin delivery nahi hue nahi koi dard hota h or 7 October ko dubara ultrasound karane par delivery date 22 October di h aap ki salah kiya h.
Hi Dr. Actually I need an advice on medicine which is safe to delay periods for few days. Having history of D&C one year back. Kindly recommend Thanks Pooja Srivastava.
My beta hcg level is 2.69 and urine test also negative and also did sonography. But I don't remember the exact date of unsafe sex but it's almost a month. And also don't remember the exact date of my cycle because from last 2 month I am getting period 3 to 5 days late. My Dr. suggest me to take regestrone 5 mg 3 time a day 10 table. I finished it and over 2 days. Still I can be a pregnant. Or any else problem.
I want to be pregnant. My last period started on 25 june and next will be on 22 july. We have intercourse on days 2 july, 4 july, 5 july and 7 july. Please tell me that can I pregnant in these days. Pls.
The circulatory system involving blood vessels and valves is quite an intricate networking system. Blood flow is maintained in separate channels controlled by valves. The vessels distant from the heart are known as peripheral arteries (and veins). Due to fatty deposits, the blood vessels narrow, and therefore their blood-carrying capacity reduces. This leads to reduced blood supply to the legs. The blood carries essential nutrients, and when the legs do not receive it, their function is affected. Read on to know more about this condition.
Peripheral artery disease: As noted above, peripheral artery disease or peripheral vascular disease is when the peripheral organs do not receive adequate blood supply. This could be either due to vascular structural abnormalities or more commonly due to atherosclerosis.
Symptoms: PVD or PAD is a chronic disease, and there are no immediate symptoms. The onset happens over a period of time, and symptoms include:
- Claudication (pain in the legs when walking)
- Leg cramping with muscle pain
- Cold extremities
- Shiny legs
- Reduced pulsation in the lower extremities
- Hair loss from the hands and feet
- Delayed healing of wounds in the lower extremities
- When it gets severe, there could even be pain at rest and it can disrupt sleep.
- People with atherosclerosis
- Age over 70 years
- History of diabetes, hypertension, heart disease
- Family history
Complications: PAD reduces blood supply to the distant organs. Therefore, the limbs can have ischemia and also undergo death. It is common for sores to not heal due to the poor blood supply. When this condition continues for a prolonged period, then portions of the extremities could become dead due to lack of blood supply. This could also affect the brain and heart, causing stroke and heart attacks.
Treatment: Peripheral artery disease can be treated by the following measures:
- Manage symptoms with pain killers
- Reduce cholesterol
- Reduce blood pressure
- Control blood sugar levels
- Prevent blood clots
- Manage weight (diet and lifestyle changes)
- Angioplasty is a process where the blood vessel is kept open to ensure blood flow is adequate. A stent may also be placed in it to prevent it from closing again.
- If there is a clot blocking the blood flow in a particular vessel, an agent may be injected which can destroy the clot and open up the artery
- Stop smoking
- Exercise regularly
- Eat a healthy diet including fresh fruits and vegetables, reduce cholesterol
- Foot care (especially if diabetic) including wearing socks, cutting nails, foot care with a doctor, attending to calluses and bunions.
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