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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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I had ectopic two times My tubes are safe now Is turmeric a better option to remove infection from our tubes or else.
I took primolut N for 7 days in order to get my periods back bt it has been 3 days I didn't get my periods nor I m pregnant please tell me what to do.
I am 30 years old. Its been 1 year of our marriage. Now we are planning to have baby but I do not feel to have sex. I never feel aroused. My husband do foreplay and insert finger as well to arouse but I fail to do so. Please help.
Though pregnancy is one of the most cherished phases in a woman’s life, there are times when it is not desired. This can be due to various reasons ranging from premarital sex to the couple not being ready yet. Whatever the reason, emergency contraceptive measures are available, and I-Pill has become synonymous with that.
Since its introduction, it is widely used to prevent unwanted pregnancies. The easy availability (no prescription required) and low cost have added to its popularity. However, not many realize it has some side-effects and the need to be aware of certain facts when using the I-pill.
- It is an emergency contraceptive pill, should be used between 24 to 72 hours after unprotected sex
- It is effective in 95% of the women when taking during this time frame
- It prevents pregnancy by stopping fertilisation or preventing implantation of the fertilising egg
- It stops pregnancy; however, if you conceive before the pill it was taken, it will not have any effect. It is therefore not an abortion pill
- So, if you miss the period the next month, test for pregnancy
- It does not offer protection against sexually transmitted disease including HIV/AIDS
- It is not to be used on a regular basis
- If you are on long-term medication, please consult with the doctor before taking the I-pill
- It has no long-term consequence. However, there could be some minor symptoms including breast tenderness, nausea, vomiting, headache, and lower abdominal pain (pelvic area),
- The next menstrual cycle could be delayed by a couple of days
- There could also be spotting before the actual period starts
- Women who are allergic to levonorgestrel should not take I-pill.
- It can cause skin allergies and reduce libido.
- When used repeatedly, it can cause delayed and irregular menstruation
- It is ideal for use between the age of 25 and 45. Teenagers should not use it regularly. This needs to be made aware through sex education, as the prevalence of teenage sex and pregnancy is on the rise in India
- Repeated usage can cause ovarian damage and severe menstrual issues, so occasional use is the only recommended usage
- It is safe to take the pill during lactation. There is no effect on the quality of milk or any other adverse effect on the baby
I-Pill was introduced as an emergency contraceptive method, and not for regular contraceptive purpose. Its correct usage and avoiding complications is largely dependent on sex education which needs to start early and talk about other safe sex measures and avoid using it on a regular basis.
Hello. I am 26 years old. Unmarried. I got my 1st period when I was 14 and ever since then almost for 10-11 years I had irregular cycles. The treatments would either help temporarily or not at all. However, since the last 2 years my periods became regular, all by itself. Although, even if I had regular periods some months here and there my bleeding would be scanty and my periods would last 3 days instead of 5. I went to a gynecologist and she ran a couple of tests. This is the report. When I was 23. I had a scan that showed polycystic appearing ovaries. At 25 I had one more scan where everything is normal and the ovaries are normal in size and echo texture (right ovary 2.9×1.7 cm and left ovary 3.1x2.0 cm) The following are my blood reports as off 3/7/2017 Hemoglobin - normal Thyroid - normal Blood sugar - normal DHEA Sulphate - 295.5 (18-391) for females of 21-30. Free testosterone: 4.88 (0.04-4.18) Thw following is my complain 1. Mild facial hair (pic attached) 2. Acne right before periods. 3. As off today. My periods are regular. I surely get them each month however thr is a delay of 5-8 days and I get breast pain. 4. Pubic hair type a few hairs here and thr on thighs. About my lifestyle I am not overweight. Though I hav to loose a lil weight off my hips. I brisk walk for half n hour not very regular though I hav a desk job Normal healthy vegetarian diet. My questions. As ans when I developed this mild facial hair. I feel terrible. Will this b the case for life? If I improvise on my execerise and diet routine will acne n facial hair improve? From the symptoms n reports. Am I normal? Am I infertile? Will I ever be able to have a child? I hav read abt pcos on the net. I feel I am gng through something horrific. Pls guide me.
Do you know that the future health of your baby is decided before you even conceive? Your preconception health is very important. Planning a baby is a demanding task, but if you plan it well you will have a healthier and easier pregnancy.
These are a few tips which can do wonders
1. Relaxation at Work and Household Backup - Plan out your work schedule. You might need to change your work hours or may be change the job profile. You will also need someone to help you out with the household chores around this time.
2. Finances - Get your finances settled and insurance plan changed accordingly.
3. Lifestyle Modification - Eat healthy. Stop the intake of alcohol and stop smoking. Set aside a time for regular exercise if possible. Try to lose that extra flab and stay very active.
4. Reduce Stress - Create a support system for yourself. Engage in activities that uplift your mood.
5. Take Folic Acid - Take 400 mcg of folic acid tablet daily. It helps prevent birth defects of brain and spine in the baby.
6. Avoid Exposure to - Harmful chemicals, metals and toxic substances at workplace and home. Protect yourself from infections. Stay away from cats.
7. Up-to-Date Vaccination - Make sure your vaccination is complete. Vaccination against rubella and flu are very important. It is also important to maintain a gap of at least one month between your rubella shot and pregnancy planning.
8. Optimize your Medical Condition - If you have Hypertension, Diabetes, Asthma, Epilepsy or any other medical condition you must take complete advice from the physician. Blood pressure and sugar levels have to be under full control. The type and dose of the drug may need modifications.
9. Check Family History - Ask your parents, grandparents, brothers, sisters, aunts and cousins about any health problems in the family like genetic problems, mental retardation or malformations in babies. This can help your Gynaecologist to determine which problems to look for and how to prevent it.
10. Visit your Doctor - Carry a record of your medical conditions, family history and a checklist of your queries. Get tested for Li Blood Group, Thalassemia, HIV, Thyroid Levels, and Blood Sugars. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a gynaecologist.