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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
Intra-Uterine Insemination (IUI) Treatment
Medical Termination Of Pregnancy (Mtp) Procedure
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Dear Sir/Madam My wife has been operated with major surgery for delivery of baby. Now three months have been completed. Yesterday she had got period. Is there any problem for feeding of a baby? Will she get surplus milk for her baby? please Tel me or educate me regarding this topic thoroughly.
In July 28th I had my last cervix vaccine and before 28th july I had relation with my spouse. Now in 20th august I found I am pregnant. Will it has any effect on baby?
Hi, l had my period on 05/05/18 and my boyfriend tried to break my hymen but without any success on 13/05/18 he however had some semen on his penis and he was playing around my vagina.In 14/05/18 l woke up and my breast were hurting me now however the pain has subsided and l also experienced back pains a sharp pain on my pelvis could l get pregnant could l be pregnant.
I took this medicine today.I am pregnant only 5 days. How much time this medicine will take to get periods?
Hame pcod h please hame period reguler karne ka ilaj batae hum kya khae or kya aviod kare ki pcod m period reguler ho jae.
A biliopancreatic diversion with duodenal switch is a less common kind of weight-loss procedure. The procedure is conducted in two steps. The first step involves sleeve gastrectomy, where about 80 percent of the stomach gets removed, hence leaving behind a small stomach, in the shape of a tube. Though the valve, which releases food to the small intestine remains intact along with a small portion of the small intestine that normally stays connected to the stomach. The second step ensures that the major part of the intestine gets bypassed through connecting the end portion of the intestine to the duodenum close to the stomach. A Biliopancreatic Diversion (BPD) puts a limit on how much one can eat and thus reduces the nutrients from getting absorbed, which includes fats and proteins.
BPD is usually conducted as a single procedure but in some selective situations, the procedure might get performed as two separate operations, sleeve gastrectomy and that is followed by intestinal bypass once the process of losing weight has begun.
Why the surgery is conducted?
A Duodenal Switch with Biliopancreatic Diversion is done in order to assist a person in losing excess weight and thus reduce the risk of developing potential life-threatening health problems related to health, which includes:
- High blood pressure
- Heart disease
- High level of cholesterol
- Severe kind of sleep apnea
- Type 2 Diabetes
Eligible candidates for the surgery
- This surgery is mostly done only when people have tried to lose weight by making improvements in their diet and exercise habits.
- Still, this surgery is not for every individual who is overweight. People would have to go through an extensive process of screening to determine if they qualify.
- Patients, who become eligible, have to be willing to make permanent changes so as to lead a healthy lifestyle both before as well as after the surgery.
- This might include long-term plans where they follow-up by monitoring if they are maintaining their nutrition, lifestyle, behaviour and also their medical conditions.
Risks associated with the surgery
This particular surgery, as with any other surgery, carries some potential risks. They are both in the short-term and in the long-term.
Risks associated with BPD/DS are similar to any abdominal surgery and include:
- Excess amount of bleeding
- Adverse reactions to anesthesia
- Blood clots
- Shortness of breath due to breathing problems
- Leaks might arise in the gastrointestinal system.
- Long-term risks and complications from this surgery might include:
- Obstruction in the bowel movements
- Dummping syndrome leading to diarrhoea, nausea and vomiting tendencies.
- Gallbladder stones
- Hernias might arise
- Blood sugar level might come down
- People might even suffer from malnutrition
- There could be perforation in the stomach
Recurrent implantation failure is an important cause for the IVF Failure. It is a very depressing and frustrating condition for both patient and clinician.
Intermittent implantation disappointment alludes to inability to accomplish a clinical pregnancy after exchange of no less than four great quality foetuses in at least three crisp or solidified cycles in a lady younger than 40 years. The inability to embed might be an outcome of incipient organism or uterine variables. Careful examinations ought to be done to determine whether there is any basic reason for the condition. Ovarian capacity ought to be evaluated by estimation of antral follicle tally, FSH and hostile to Müllerian hormone. Expanded sperm DNA discontinuity might be a contributory reason. Different uterine pathology including fibroids, endometrial polyps, intrinsic peculiarities and intrauterine attachments ought to be avoided by ultrasonography and hysteroscopy.
Hydrosalpinges are a perceived reason for implantation disappointment and ought to be rejected by hysterosalpingogram; if essential, laparoscopy ought to be performed to affirm or disprove the determination. Treatment offered ought to be prove based, gone for enhancing fetus quality or endometrial receptivity. Gamete gift or surrogacy might be vital if there is no reasonable shot of achievement with advance IVF endeavors.