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I am 17 years old and I am female I got married 4 months ago and my month period came with a lot of pain and I think this affect on my pregnancy chances. What should I do?
Hi i Am 22 years old. I have irregular periods. I consult doctors but there is no use. Will you please tell me some suggestions.
I am 23 years old I have deficiency in serum ferritin levels and vitamin b12 how can I normalize it?
I have pimples on my face and I use nearly about every treatment as tubes, pills,as well as paste of neem and so more. So can you please help me. I am waiting for your answer THANKS.
My weight doesn' t come down much in spite of good food control and brisk walk for 8 km four days a week. Any good solution to reduce wight?
SIr, I am santosh Kumar Sahoo. I am 32 years old. I have melasma problem on my face since 2010. I consulted with a dermatologist. He prescribed me to use" SUNKARE" sun screen lotion and one dark removal cream to use night time only. He also gave some melalite tablets. I used it for 30 days and melasma disappeared from my face. After that I did not use the cream and sunscreen lotion for 10 days as my melasma got disappear. But now again it is appearing on my face. Again it is back now. What can I do? Can you please unestly tell me, melasma can be cure permanently or not? Some people are suggesting me to take homeopathy for cure melasma inside. Can I take?
Dear doctor, I am male of age 21, im having hairloss heavily, I lost some hair at some parts of my head also I was covering with the rest of hair, so please give me suggestions about what to eat and drink, please give me any prescription regarding creams, shampoo, oil, etc.
Hello. I'm 21 yo. Female. I consumed home-cooked chicken a month and a half ago and fell sick the next day. I assumed the chicken must have not been cooked appropriately because of which I must've fallen sick. Then, a couple weeks later, I consumed chicken at a restaurant and nothing happened. Then again I proceeded to eat home-cooked (cooked by someone else) chicken and fell sick again. I have kept off chicken since and have been on a vegetarian diet. What makes me wonder is that how come nobody else eating the same chicken ever fell sick? Then recently, something else happened. I consumed paneer a few days ago and puked it all out. I still don't feel perfectly fine. I also suffer from crippling anxiety (the paneer incident happened a couple days before my final exam) and this makes it worse and is getting out of control. My health worries me a lot. I went to the same doctor every single time I fell sick and he feels there's nothing seriously wrong with me and that I should just eliminate whatever foodstuff makes me sick from my diet. Should I seek a second opinion? I'm really worried. Why do I keep falling sick so often? Please help.
Everyone desires a beautiful glowing skin, but a certain amount of effort and dedication is needed to achieve that. Apart from a basic skin care routine, you also need to eat right and maintain a healthy lifestyle to flaunt that inner glow. Making sure that your skin is safe, considering the pollution and the free radicals you expose your skin to, is important too.
Knowing the answers to certain questions can really benefit your skin. Read on to find out the most important questions you should definitely keep in mind on your next visit to the dermatologist.
- Do you have any symptoms of sun damage: Sunspots are the most common signs of overexposure to sunlight, which can be easily noticed if they are on your face, hands, or legs. But there are areas on your body which might be affected and are not visible like back, ear, and feet. Let your dermatologist check your skin for any signs, because negligence can lead to skin cancer.
- Why are you breaking out frequently: Instead of applying numerous anti-acne products and trying out home remedies, it is better to seek guidance from a dermatologist. There can be various reasons for acne like hormonal fluctuations, skin care products, poor diet, etc. The dermatologist can figure out the reason and provide suitable medications to help you effectively deal with acne.
- Is your current skin care routine suitable for you: There is always something new in the market and you might be tempted to try them. No matter what the product claims, you need to get a heads up from your dermatologist before using them because they can cause harmful reactions to your skin or lead to break out. A dermatologist's job is to examine your skin and determine the issues to recommend appropriate products that can target the problem areas. On your next visit, be sure to carry your current skin care products to know whether they are working for you.
- Do your moles look suspicious: If any of your moles have changed over time, then you must get it checked. The common symptoms of melanoma are moles with uneven color, large diameter and asymmetrical border.
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