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Hi I have pcod. I'm married. Planning for a baby. My follicle ruptured on my 15th day. From that night I take susten200 mg twice a day for 10 days. Today my 28th day. When I expect my periods.
I'm 28 years old. My tummy comes out after d two months of my delivery. My baby is now around for three months. Delivery is normal and got menstrual cycle last month. What Should I do? Please suggest.
I underwent iui on 21st july. Upt done on 7th August but result is the negative. repeat Upt on 16 August result is negative. Usg done. Follicles are formed in the good size and endometrium is good. But my period is not come on this month only spotting. What I do.
Hi, I am 29 years (going to be 30 this september) and have PCOS. I was diagnosed with PCOS on 2011 and was on medication (that also worked as contraceptive pill) since then. I stopped my medicine on 12.7.2018 and got pregnant immediately naturally. My husband is 29 as well. We are married for 5 years now. We are about 5 weeks 3 days pregnant. I am having stomach cramps on my lower abdomen, mostly on the left side. But the pain is very mild and it comes and goes. My breasts are tender. Other than this I do not have any symptoms. I do not have any bleeding or spotting or nausea. My query is, what symptoms should I expect during 1st trimester? Is it normal to have stomach cramps? I have been working out on high intensity for last 3 years. I am in very good shape and healthy. Should I continue with my workouts? Is it safe to get intimate with my husband right now? What should I eat and what should I not eat? Which symptoms are warning signs and I should rush to the doctor? Pregnancy is stressing me out. Please guide me through. 11.7.2018 - Last Period started 14.7.2018 - Period ended First pregnancy test done at home on 31.7.2018 - Result negative Second Pregnancy test done at home on 14.8.2018 - Result positive Currently I am on Medicine Gestofit SR 300 mg (Progesterone), Folcure 5 mg (L&Methylfolate calcium, Pyridoxal 5)
I am a 35 year female. My prolactin level is 37while fsh is 9 and lh is 13. My AMH is 3.7. I have been advised ovigyn d3 everyday cabergoline twice a week and clomid. Is it ok to take this for contraception?
My wife has used Mifepristone and Misoprostol kit for her abortion of 4 weeks pregnancy as per a doctor's suggestion from a clinic. She started bleeding after using 1 Mifepristone and 2 tablets of misoprostol. She assumes that she has aborted but after 2 or 3 days she feel pain in abdominal and also feel weak please suggest should I need to see doctor.
An often painful condition usually involving the bowel, ovaries or the tissue lining the pelvis, endometriosis is characterized by the abnormal growth of the endometrial tissue beyond the premises of your uterus or your pelvic region. The endometrium, in fact, functions perfectly normal with each menstrual cycle, but because of it being displaced, it cannot exit the body and consequently gets trapped.
Besides causing severe pain and distress, endometriosis can also adversely affect fertility. When the ovaries get involved, certain cysts known as endometriomas tend to develop which often result in the formation of scar tissues and adhesions.
Complications associated with it
- Infertility: Impaired fertility is the most common kind of complication arising from endometriosis, with approximately one-third to one-half women having problems with pregnancy.
- Ovarian cancer: Women with endometriosis are more likely to suffer from ovarian cancer. Moreover, they are also more susceptible to acquiring endometriosis related adenocarcinoma, which is another variant of cancer, but a comparatively rarer phenomenon.
How best to treat it?
Depending upon how severe your symptoms are, endometriosis can be treated via the use of medications or through the advent of surgery.
- Pain medications: Certain medications, including pain relievers and anti-inflammatory drugs, are particularly useful in providing relief to painful menstrual cramps.
- Hormone therapy: Undergoing hormonal therapy can help ward off or reduce the pain of endometriosis, but it should be kept in mind that it is only a temporary fix and that symptoms might reoccur. Hormonal therapies include:
- Hormonal contraceptives
- Gonadotropin-releasing hormone (Gn-RH) agonists and antagonists
- Conservative surgery: This can either be done through laparoscopy or, in more extensive cases, through traditional abdominal surgery.
- Assisted reproductive techniques: These include in-vitro fertilization, and are sometimes more preferable over conservative surgery.
- Hysterectomy: This is usually done in more severe cases of endometriosis whereby ovaries are also removed with uterus and cervix
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