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Hi Some times I have got some symbolls of pregnancy but till I am not pregnant from my period (55 days had pass to my period )
I am married a year before but did not conceived a single time and I am having irregular periods PCOD and 6 months before I got thyroid.
I am 20 years old female. I did hand job since age 14 year's and now I haven't feel and curiosity for sex on my pussy. Please help me out.
I am 29 year, I had thyroid problem due to which I have gained 76 KGs. I trying to conceive but no result. My doctor suggested to immediately loose atleast 5kg weight to have healthy pregnancy. Can you please suggest.
Two lady both are ten to eleven years old both seduce me because I'm renter, she usually comes in my room , she tickle some time. And said to have sex. But I'm afraid of people near me. When should I do?
What is reason swelling of uterus and how can relief this. And tell me this disease is prevent pregnancy?
Me and my gf had sex on 5th day of period. She had her last menstruation cycle on 16 january and before that she had her cycle on 17 december. The sex we had on 21 january was unprotected. And also till date she do not have any signs of pregnancy like vomiting and fainting. So is there any chance of getting pregnant? And if yes, what we can do to avoid pregnancy?
My wife recently got diagnosed with Skin TB, she has cyst near to her vagina. I need to know whether I would be able to have sex (penetration & oral) with her now? Is this disease is contagious?
My problem is lochia and I do not known about treatment of lochia please tell me about treatment of lochia.
I'm 37 years old. I was 6 weeks pregnant and on 26 September I went for MTP out of depression and fear. But I really wanted that baby. Now I want to be pregnant again so I had sex on 7th day and on 13th day after MTP on 26th September. Will I conceive.
Mere marriage ko 1 years Complete ho gaya h. Mere husband k saath abhi tak physically relation nhi hua h kyunki husband k penis andar nhi jata h poora. Mere seal bhi abhi tak nahi tuti hai. Husband k sperm bhi bhar a jata h. Mein padha tha ki isse case mein operation hota hai. Please help me out in this situation. Please reply.
Hello, doctor my gf miss her periods this time even we doesn't have any physical contact. From last month she got their periods but this month her date is 23 june but till now she doesn't get her periods now. So pls hlp us what we do now. Thanks.
M 21 year old female ,i m in physical relation with my boyfriend and I am unmarried ,my last date of periods ws 19 june and today 29 july , they are not coming yet please TEL me ,is abortion is legal for unmarried ,if I go with my boyfriend for abortion, please tel me want what can I do now.
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