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I had bleeding just after intercourse and it is continuing for a week now is it normal? And can it be periods cause I was on the date to be down.
I’m a 25 year old female: Me and my boyfriend are trying to conceive, so I took A pregnancy test August 16th it was negative, I re tested the morning of August 26th because I was nauseous and vomiting, the test was a faint positive. I could’t believe it because we have only been trying for 2 1/2 months and I have PCOS and I’m diabetic, I also had a kidney transplant in 2000, so I thought it would take longer. So I decided to re-test the next morning, I used the same brand and it was negative. So I’ve been testing every morning for a week to see if maybe my urine was diluted or maybe I was’t far enough along for the tests to pick up. All 6 were negative. However I still haven’t gotten my period, and I’m still nauseous. But now I’ve started getting heart burn (which I never have) I’m Sorta freaking out because I really don’t want this to be a chemical pregnancy. Is there any other reasons I’m getting negatives? Could they all be false negatives? Should I just listen to the first positive test? P.s. Every test was done correctly and I never looked at them past the 10 minute time limit for a correct result.
Does I-pill affect periods? Is it ok to have sex just after periods are over? Is it possible to get pregnant after ovulation? Is it ok to have unprotected sex for first time?
Water is essential for the body and it is impossible for a person to stay healthy for too long without adequate water. Most people chose to drink cold water as it gives a feeling of quenching thirst faster. Hot or warm water though is not really preferred. A comparative analysis shows that the temperature of the water we drink impacts our body.
1. Quenches thirst instantly.
2. Cools down the body immediately if body heat is unbearable (in fever or after workout)
3. Neutralize the pain caused by acidity, gas.
1. Causes severe constipation by cooling down the digestive tract and by neutralizing body heat used for digestion
2. Cools the down body causing a sudden drop in blood pressure
3. Causes the respiratory and digestive tract to contact, this may cause breathing and digestion problems
1. Improves digestion and cleans the intestine and digestive tract effectively
2. Hot water eliminates toxins from the body facilitating better health
3. It relieves constipation and enables better bowel movements
4. Provides necessary heat in the body that regulates body temperature causing better circulation of blood
5. Helps in reducing weight
1. Injects unwanted heat in the body
2. Excess heat leads to fever and fatigue
3. Doesn't quench thirst easily
From a health perspective, hot water intake is better than drinking cold water. Cold water harms far more than it benefits while hot water’s drawbacks can be easily controlled by limiting consumption and limiting the temperature of water. Drinking warm or lukewarm water is ideal and only cool (not cold) water must be consumed for quenching thirst instantly.
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I have depressed because of my failure n unsuccessful life in career. I studied well earlier but because of sickness I can not do study well or work. Earlier was not like that, unlikely now I don't get results according to my performance n I get frustrated. It was till 2012 when I was in 12th std. I'm ambitious n got sickness at initial stages of my life. What should I do.
Hello doctor. I'm 28 years old and got married 1.5 years before. Since I have been affected by hbv, we were postponed the pregnancy. Now my husband is vaccinated and we are planning for a baby. Suggest me some tips to get healthy pregnancy with boy baby.
Hello doctor I'm 24 years old under fertility treatment. My last period was 11th October. And my gynecologist prescribed me hcg injection on 25th October. She told if you are not pregnant your period will come on due date.(11th November) Otherwise you may be pregnant. Today date Nov 14 when will consult my doctor? And shall I take home pregnancy test now?
My friend feels severe pain only on the first day of her menstruation. She feels like vomiting and loo. Kindly advice.
I am not having periods since last 3 months. My thyroid profile is normal and I have also done a urine test and it's report was negative. Is there any chance of getting pregnant. As my doctor has given me 10 days tablet for periods and I am not having periods after that also.
Essential tremors refer to a neurological disorder that causes uncontrollable shaking of the hands, arms, head and other parts of the body. The lower part of the body is rarely affected by this disorder. Also, both sides of the body may not be affected in the same way. This disorder does not usually need treatment unless it is severe enough to impede daily functioning and make the person dependant on others. However, patients suffering from this condition may often find it difficult to complete simple tasks like buttoning a shirt or writing.
Some of the symptoms of this disorder are:
- Brief spells of uncontrollable shaking
- Involuntary nodding of the head
- Tremors that worsen under stress
- Unsteady voice
- Internal tremors
- Difficulty coordinating voluntary movements such as walking
- Balance problems in rare, severe cases
Essential tremors also affect the psychological make-up of a person. Depression and anxiety are often associated with essential tremors. The frustration of not being able to control tremors may also make a person withdraw from friends and family. People suffering from essential tremors also have a higher than normal risk of suffering from conditions such as Parkinson’s.
The exact cause of this disorder is not yet known and hence it cannot be prevented. Genetic mutations have been credited with causing this condition is many cases but the gene responsible for it has not yet been identified. Thus, essential tremors can be passed down from parent to child. However, the severity of the tremors and the age at which symptoms first become visible may vary. While some people show signs of tremors in their early teen years, others develop tremors only in their late 40s.
These tremors can also be caused by abnormal electrical activity in the thalamus. The thalamus controls and coordinates muscle activity. Tremors caused by old age or those caused by excessive consumption of alcohol, emotional distress etc are not categorised as essential tremors. However, ageing may make essential tremors more frequent and pronounced.
Blood, urine and other lab tests do not help in diagnosing this condition. A diagnosis is usually made on the basis of an understanding of the family medical history, a physical examination and complete neurological exam. In order to rule out other triggers for the tremors, a doctor may ask for thyroid tests. At present this condition cannot be cured but medication may help reduce the symptoms and improve the patient’s quality of life.
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