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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
Gynecology Laparoscopy Procedures
Pap Smear Procedure
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I'am confirmed by an urine test today morning. .that I am pregnant. .Tell me any medicine to stop pregnancy. I had a unprotected sex 14 days ago. And missed my period.
I am pregnant with twin sacs @ 7 Weeks. In scan, 1 sac is showing blighted ovum & in second 1, there is fetus with no FHR there is a haemorrhage around the sacs so please suggest what should I do. As my gyne is suggesting me that it is a case of Missed Abortion so it should be removed through D&C. Really looking for some good suggestions.
Agar koi sadi se pahle maa banna chahti h to mc ke kitne din bad sex karne se 100%pergnancy hoti h bataye ki kis date ko ovulation hoga aur kis din sex karu please help me mera is mahine mc 30 /04/15 ko aaya h wo date bataye jis din ovulation hoga aur kis date ko sex karu ?
If I do intercourse after my delivery what are the changes of getting pregnant and what time I have do intercourse.
he chemical messengers of your body, hormones, travel to each organ through your bloodstream and regulate vital processes, such as metabolism and reproduction.
The most commonly fluctuating hormones of your body are estrogen, progesterone and testosterone (sex hormones), thyroid (metabolism hormone), adrenaline (energy hormone), cortisol (stress hormone) and melatonin (sleep hormone).
Women experience greater hormonal changes than men. While both boys and girls go through puberty, women experience several additional defining stages throughout their lives – menstruation, pregnancy, postpartum, premenopause and, finally, menopause.
All these greatly change a woman’s body and cause her hormones to fluctuate. Being vital to key processes in the body, hormonal fluctuations significantly affect her overall mental and physical well-being.
Whenever we hear the phrase “hormonal imbalance”, our mind instantly procures an image of a flustered, hyperactive woman. This is a sad state of affairs as it reflects the negativity and insensitivity associated with this condition.
While one should consult a doctor when a hormonal imbalance occurs, the first step toward treatment begins with identifying the issue.
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Meri shadi ko 15 years ho chuke hain. But maine abhi tk conceive nhi kiya .my tubes are blocked. Can you helo me pls.
I am pregnant again I had miscarriage earlier and cervical polypectomy lmp 7sep but little spotting once last week and today please suggest what to do?
Hi, I'm a 37 years old single working woman. These days I'm getting worried about the fact that I may not able to conceive post 40 years as people around me scaring me that my biological clock is getting almost over and I'm yet to marry and have kids. How genuine is my concern/ worry? I'm pretty slim (56 kgs) and stand at 160 cms.
I am 26 years old. My period was due on 5 March and I have tried for a baby on 19 Feb. On 16 March, I bleed like periods but I had cramp on my abdomen. What is going on with me. Is this pregnancy symptoms? Should I go for pregnancy test?
Hello doctor im 8 months pregnant. I have genital diabetic. Suggest some diet plan for diabetes. Can I eat sabudana khichadi at breakfast? Which fruit and vegetables good for diabetes?
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Another case of suffering due to misconceptions and fears related to spine surgery. This patient had TB of spine for last 7 months. Was bedridden with paralysis of both legs, loss of toilet & urine control and severe back pain. Was advised surgery at many centres but relatives refused due to fear of spine surgery. Took a lot of convincing on my part, finally relatives agreed. 3 days post surgery pt is sitting with support, has regained bowel bladder control and some power in legs. At 9 months follow up pt is walking with Complete resolution of Infection.