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Management of Abortion
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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
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Dear sir/madam. I had unprotected sex with random female on 9th September 2017 I got bilirubin tests and HBsAg and HIV 1&2 done on 13 September 2017. And bilirubin is 1.95 mg the HBsAg is negative and hiv 1&2 is negative. My question is that sir can I get affected from hiv as I heard somewhere that jaundice further becomes HBsAg amd it further becomes HiV. Sir what are my chances to get affected by HIV. I Had sildenafil citrate i.e Manforce 100 mg prior to intimacy. Sir please guide me.
main 5 july ko sex ki thi or 9 july ko mera period bhi aa gya lekin is month mera period nahi aaya fir 15 ko maine pregnancy bhi check kiya par negetive aaya to kya main pregnent hu ya nhi? Please bataiye.
I want to conceive and my age is 35. I m not aware of whether its safe to conceive at this age. Pls guide me on this.
I am 20 years old female. Suffering from vulvovaginal candidiasis since 5 months. After all the required tests my dermatologist prescribed clotrimazole mycoadhesive vaginal pessaries to be inserted every night. I have used such pessaries before as well and never had a problem with it. But this one remains unabsorbed inside even after I ensure it's proper insertion with the applicator. By the time I have to insert the next pessary, it still remains unabsorbed in the tablet form and I have to take it out somehow in order to insert the next one. Why is it so and what should I do regarding this? I cannot keep inserting pessaries while previous ones remain there unabsorbed. Sometimes it even comes out as half absorbed itself. I have done this before many times and there is no lack on my part I am sure. I am also taking itraconazole and diflucan orally on prescription.
When blood clot blocks one or more arteries in your lungs the condition is known as pulmonary embolism. It can cause a decrease in the oxygen levels in your blood, damage to your lungs due to sudden restrictions in the flow of blood along with adverse effects on other parts of your body. Life threatening blockage can cause death if left untreated and you should immediately contact your health care provider to get proper diagnosis. Pulmonary embolism requires various lab tests and generally requires short time to resolve.
Symptoms: The symptoms of pulmonary embolism mainly depend upon many factors pertaining to your previous medical history. Pulmonary embolism varies with the size of your lungs, the size of the clots formed in your blood, and any other underlying history of the heart or lungs. That said, pulmonary embolism has symptoms which are not similar to any two persons and will vary accordingly.
The common symptoms however may include the following and you are advised to opt for a health checkup if these are persistent in your body:
- Cough along with bloody sputum is a common symptom.
- Shortness of breath, which will become worse as the days passes by. They will appear suddenly and cause huge discomfort in breathing.
- Chest pain which may give you the feeling of a heart attack. The pain will intensify when you sit to eat or cough. Deep breath will cause problems too and will not go away easily with exertion.
- Some other symptoms include fever, excess sweat, irregular heartbeat and dizziness.
Pulmonary embolism can be diagnosed by the following methods:
- Electrocardiography (also known popularly as ECG) to measure your heart's electrical activity and functioning.
- CT plumonary angiography is gold standard for diagnosing pulmonary embolism.
- Chest x ray, which is a common and non invasive test to check your heart and lungs as well as the problems with any bones surrounding them.
- ECHO can detect secondary changes in heart due to pulmonary embolism.
Pulmonary embolism usually requires treatment for 3 to 6 months but in some cases may require life long treatment.
Treatment of pulmonary embolism can be done with medicines if it is detected at an early stage or also if the clot is small. However, if the size of your clot is problematic and blocks the blood flow to your lungs or heart then surgery may be necessary. Open surgery and clot removal surgery are common in the treatment of pulmonary embolism and will require good regular follow up check ups. Regular leg exercises will also reduce the chances of any underlying disease and you should hence consult your doctor. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!