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Management of Abortion
Caesarean Section Procedure
Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
Termination Of Pregnancy Procedure
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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Meri last periods date thi 27 april. Pregnancy test is positive. But mjhe mjhe bahut hi mild pain rehta stomach main. Wht would be d reason. Second thing main eltroxin 25 mg leti hun. Lastly 16 may thyroid profile the thi value is 3.32. Pain kis wajah se ho rha. Main koun sa month pregnant count hoga ab.
My last period was on 1st Feb but today it's 27 March my period always delayed by 10 or more then 15 days but this time it's too late. My laparoscopy was done in Jan 2010 my fallopian tube was 1 was blocked and other get infected (TB) but till date I never conceived still m feeling m not pregnant what shud I do.
Allergic Rhinitis or Hay Fever is an allergic reaction that affects the upper respiratory passage. As of 2016, about 20-30% of the Indian population has been affected by allergic rhinitis, with the count going up to about 62% in Asia. Like other allergies, rhinitis occurs in response to certain triggers called allergens when they are breathed in. This article shall concisely tell you everything you need to know about this very common condition.
Allergic Rhinitis may be of two types- the seasonal allergy in which allergic reactions occur at a particular time of the year, in response to the triggering factors that increase in abundance at that time, and the perennial allergy whose trigger factors are present around the year.
The symptoms of allergic rhinitis appear suddenly and violently. These include:
- Runny, stuffy, itchy nose
- Violent and multiple sneezing and coughing
- Sore throat
- Itchy and watery eyes with dark circles sometimes
- Headaches, fatigue, and weakness
- Hive breakout and blisters
One or more of these symptoms may occur simultaneously during rhinitis. In seasonal allergy, symptoms may appear at certain times of the year, while they may appear at any time in the case of perennial allergy. Fever does not occur usually.
Rhinitis symptoms occur when an allergic reaction is triggered by histamine secreted by the body in response to one or more of the following allergens:
- Pollen from trees and grasses
- Dust and dust mites
- Dead skin cells of animals
- Cat hair and saliva
Seasonal allergies are mostly caused due to pollens from trees in spring and from grasses through summer and fall.
Allergic Rhinitis is usually diagnosed by its symptoms. Sometimes a skin prick test is performed to determine the exact substance causing the reaction. A Radioallergosorbent test or RAST is performed to measure the extent of reaction to an allergen.
Allergic rhinitis occurs due to an abnormality in the immune response of the body and can affect anybody. However, certain risk factors greatly increase your chances of having an allergy. These include:
- A family history of allergic rhinitis
- Air pollution
- Sudden temperature changes
- Chemical fumes
- Perfumes and deodorants
- High wind
Allergic rhinitis has no permanent cure. Only the symptoms can be effectively managed by one or more of the following:
- Eye drops
- Decongestants and nasal sprays
- Immunotherapy and Sublingual Immunotherapy
- Alternative medicines
- Home remedies
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