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Hello sir . I'm 17 years old. I have many skin and hair problems. I have dandruff and hair fall problems. And in skin there are many pimples. Dark circle in my eyes. My skin is oily. So I want to know how can I stop these problems. What can I do? Please help me. Thank you.
My friend had unprotected sex 1 week before with her boyfriend. She got her periods on 19 April and she had sex on 13 April. She is concerned because the flow of her period is very light after 1 day. From second and third day it is very light. Is she pregnant? Should she consult a doctor or wait check by home pregnancy test.
I am having snoring problem. I have checked my thyroid and it's normal. Also reduced my weight. Kindly suggest if this can be completely eradicated.
Its possible for me to take only short breathe. When I take long. I feel pain in back portion. Please convey the reason and remedy.
hello, I am 21 year old nd there are many pimples on my face. I tried many face wash nd cream to reduce it but at the end no improvement. What I can do to remove pimples nd make face clear?
I have black spot as well as pimple on my face. I used scar removal cream for 1 month. But didi not see and change wht should I do.
I am have a small lump of skin bulging out of my anus which hurts hard when I poop. It has emerged 1 week ago. I think its due to some injury which can be due to very tight poop or may be because I eat SPicy food. I have never indulged in anal sex. Please help.
My hair is falling rapidly. Due to change in water I guess. Can I get any suggestions to keep my remaining hai stiff and strong?
My daughter has a problem of urinating in sleep at the age of 23. Although she doesn't do this every night. I am very much worried about her future. Please help.
I am losing hair quickly and tried all shampoos. But no effect to my hair loss. Can my hair become fully dense.
Hello, my husband has cold, cough N throat infection every now N then. Also having headaches most of the week days after coming from job. Pls suggest any solution. Is it permanently curable or not?
I am 22 years old male. And my problem is for the last few days I always feel that some urine is stuck in my penis. It does not pain or burn when I urinate. I don't have any pain also. But I always feel that some urine is stuck. At night it does not disturb me ,I don't even get up once at night to urinate. But whenever I am awake I feel some urine is stuck and it can't get out. Quantity of urine is also fair amount. I checked my sugar level it is normal. Is it something to worry about?
Stress is a response to pressure or threat. It makes us feel tense, on edge or nervous. Stress triggers a surge of hormones called adrenaline which temporarily affects the nervous system, causing your heart rate to increase along with your blood pressure and breathing. In today’s world, everyone feels the weight of stress. Whether it is in school, at work or even at home. It is important to not let the stress we feel interfere with our day to day routines. Here is a way to manage your stress when you feel it is getting to be too much:
Have a mindful SNACK:
Stop: Stop whatever you are doing and take a minute or two and reboot. When you feel everything is getting to be too much, stop mid-bite, mid-step or even mid-yell and reboot yourself.
Notice: Notice what is happening within and around us. Notice the things you can see, hear, smell etc and most importantly see if you can notice your thoughts. You do not need to analyse them. Simply become aware of them.
Accept: Whatever you are struggling with or whatever is stressing you, accept and acknowledge it for what it is without any judgment. Accepting that something has gone wrong or is not going your way is essential to fixing the problem.
Curious: Ground yourself with questions about your environment and what you are feeling. Ask yourself questions regarding the same. What am I feeling? What am I thinking? What do I see? What do I hear? Asking these questions will help you ground yourself and take the necessary steps in solving the issue.
Kindness: Realistically speaking, it is hard to find the silver lining for all problems. Sometimes the problems we are faced with are daunting, unpleasant or boring. Yet, it still needs to be solved. If we approach every person and problem with a positive attitude it will help get things back on track.
Couples use donor sperm (DI) when the husband/partner has no sperm or a very poor semen analysis (azoospermia, oligospermia, poor motility), or when there is a genetic problem which could be inherited from the male. Single women who want a biological child also use DI.
One must be psychologically ready to proceed with DI. Most doctors recommend that any patients considering DI see a counselor who is skilled at clarifying feelings about infertility, and about trying DI. It is essential that both partners feel comfortable with the decision and that all fears and questions be openly discussed. For some, it may mean dealing with various moral and ethical questions; for others, exploring questions about donor selection and whether to be open about the decision to do DI and whether to tell a child conceived by DI how they were conceived.
Success rates vary from 60-80% but achieving pregnancy may take many cycles.
Information about a donor’s physical characteristics, race, ethnic background, educational background, career history, and general health would be available. Many banks provide written profiles about the donors they have available. Some sperm banks are open to providing non-identifiable information about the donor (even photographs) as well as providing a service for adult offspring to obtain information about the donor.
All donors should have tests for certain infections such as syphilis, hepatitis B, cytomegalovirus (CMV), gonorrhea, chlamydia, streptococcal species and trichomonas. All these organisms can be transmitted via semen to woman. Some can have grave effects on the fetus; others principally affect the woman. The donor’s semen should also be checked for the presence of white blood cells which can indicate an infection within the reproductive tract.
Donors are excluded from a donor program if he or his sexual partner have experienced any of the following: a blood transfusion within one year, a history of homosexual activity, multiple sexual partners, a history of IV drug use, or a history of genital herpes.
Before starting DI, a careful medical and reproductive history should be taken on the woman and a rubella titer, blood type, and antibody test for CMV should be done. If the woman tests negative for CMV, only a CMV-negative donor should be used. Some practices want to document normal ovulation patterns and many doctors order a hysterosalpingogram to document that the woman’s fallopian tubes are open.
The DI procedure involves inseminating the woman as close to the time of ovulation as possible
The highest success rates for DI are reported in women who have no infertility problems, are under 35 years old and whose partner/husbands have azoospermia (no sperm). Lower success rates are reported where there is a female factor (ovulation problem, endometriosis, DES, etc.) Or the woman is over 35.