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I was supposed to have my periods on 24th but I still haven't had any I have thyroid and also pcod was there I recently joined gym and diet control and my periods have been irregular moat of the time but were regular since December me and my boyfriend dry humped few days back I was wearing underwear and slacks and he was wearing underwear. What could be possible reasons for delayed period?
I took primolut N from 27.02. 16 to 06.03. 16, I got my period on 07.03. 16. But yesterday i. E on 09.03. 16 I saw some fleshy thing discharge with heavy abdomen cramps and pain with heavy bleeding. Pls help.
I get period only for 1 or 2 days I consulted a doctor regarding about it and he told me that it is due to swelling in the bladder may I knw the actual reason behind it?
I am 45 year female I am not getting my menstrual periods from last 3 months pls advise any medicine.
I am 42 years old, diabetic, not having kids. Sperm count, motility is good but I am facing problem in penetration. Her muscle also being tighten while intercourse.
I am 20 years old girl. Recently on 8 january 17 I had sex with my partner. It was unprotected sex. But the semen was thrown out by my partner. It is 19 january nw. And still I do not got my periods my last period date was 8 .what should I do please help.
My one year baby is not eating anything these days. He only loves to drink water. Even he don't like milk, very low quantity of milk he take. Normally he ate everything. I think it's all due to this summer season. Still m worried about his health. What should I do? What should I offer him to eat that he will like.
I am very recently married. After the intercourse, after 3 weeks, I had yeast infection in my vagina like THICK cottage cheese kind discharge for 3 weeks continuously. I did not go for treatment as my husband left to abroad. After menstruation, I was ok for 1 week. But now severe pain while urinating. I still see the THIN cottage cheese discharge but minimal. I also sometimes, like twice in a day see blood discharge very minimal after urinating. Please advise if I should get treatment or if this is common and wil be cured on its own. Do I have to take any medicines? If yes please help and give more details. This is first time I ever had such problem and I am worried/scared. If I have to consult doctor will the gums wants to see the infection. Should I have to get anything scanned? Thanks to advise on al my questions. Will be rated best.
While having an intercourse. I feel immense pain and burning sensation in my vagina's inner part from past few days. It pains so badly that I fear having sex again. Please suggest a proper medication.
Dear sir my wife periods come on every 1st of the month but this month it does not come, we had checked the pregnancy with using pregnancy kit but their it mention a single line which indicate my wife is not pregnant, so please tell what can I do for getting started her mc which fails to come till today's date.
Hi, I am a 27 year old female. I had sex with my husband last wednesday. I took an emergency contraceptive within 3 hours of intercourse. Since then, there is milky white odorless discharge from my vagina. It has been over a week and the discharge has not stopped. What do I do?
Can I take 2 teaspoon of aloe vera juice daily? I want to take this juice for a longer period. Will I be able to take it or not?
Mujhe pcod ki problem hai mera weight or brest bahut jayada hai please mujhe mera diet chart btaye. Weight kam karne ke liye.
Are you suffering from PCOS (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome) and infertility? Have you become tired after failing to conceive? No need to get disappointed, all you have to do is to fight PCOS through a wide range of approaches.
To really defeat PCOS, you have to make a few fundamental changes in your diet and lifestyle.
Check out these amazing tips that will help you to fight PCOS and infertility effectively.
Tip #1 - Improve Your Intake Of Carbohydrates
- Stay away from refined sugar carbs, for example, white bread, white rice, cakes, sweets, breakfast cereals, cookies, and other refined grain items. These are known as "bad carbs" that play a role in making insulin resistance. Insulin resistance is believed to be a main driver of polycystic ovary syndrome.
- Refined and manufactured foods are one of the major reasons behind your weight gain, particularly around your belly area.
- Fresh fruits and vegetables, and whole legumes are known as the supplier of healthy carbohydrates.
Tip #2 - Increase Protein Intake
Numerous women suffering from Polycystic Ovary Syndrome eat excessively refined sugar and insufficient protein. Healthy and quality protein enables you to keep your hormones on a standard level. The best sources of protein are red meat, eggs, poultry, fish and pulses.
Tip #3 - Change Fats You Eat
- A few fats and oils enhance your PCOS indications while others improve them. In consumed excessively, vegetables oils, for example, corn oil or artificial fats, like "trans-fats" can make cells not work appropriately. Saturated fats found in fatty meats and some dairy items are also a bad choice.
- Olive oil, COD liver oil, flax oil, fish oil are some excellent choices for consumptions.
Tip #4 - Include Vegetables In Your Diet
A standout among the most critical things you can do is to consume all the green leafy vegetables. Make an honest attempt to have no less than 3 to 5 vegetable servings daily. Consuming a huge amount and assortment of crisp, fresh vegetables is a foundation of self-improvement treatment for the numerous medical issues related to PCOS and infertility. Consult best female gynecologists to know more about the connection between PCOS and infertility.
Tip #5 - Exercise Every Day
We frequently feel that we're excessively occupied or busy, making it impossible to do physical exercises. However, not doing workouts is something that you can't afford. Women with PCOS specifically should do regular exercise more than the normal individual. Regular workouts are known to improve PCOS and enhance fertility power.
Madam since one month fifteen days I am suffering with lot of bleeding with clots than i consult gynaecologist biopsy done report is endometrial proliferative phase she advised deivry 10 mg tab since 5 days bleeding was not controlled what can I do now my age about 45 years.
Before pregnancy My weight was 50 kg. Now I am 26 weeks pregnant woman. My weight is now 55 kg. Is it normal or not? If no please tell me how to increase my weight.
I am 21 years old I just want to ask that there is a frequent white discharge from my body why is it so?
Did you know that weak butts can cause knee pain?
Yes the stabilizers of knee are the butt muscles. Try strengthening your glutes to get rid of knee pain.
Note: You need a professional assistance while performing exercises.