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Dr. Jill Earl

Family Medicine
AL
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Family Medicine

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A 31-year-old female asked:
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Need work-up: First of all, an US 2 yr ago is not relevant to your issues today. Secondly, ovaries can be checked in pregnancy, but only early on. They become diffi... Read More
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Probably normal: Sounds like ovulatory discharge, which is normal.
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Fungal infection: This sounds like you have a fungal infection, such as 'jock itch'. Go get an antifungal cream such as Tinactin (tolnaftate) or Lotrimin and apply it 2... Read More
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Its normal: The uterus actually becomes more upright in your body at orgasm. Some cramping is normal.
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Better test...: You may well be pregnant if you are not using contraception. Ovulation occurs 2 weeks before the start of your period. It is possible to have bleeding... Read More
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Yes, likely accurate: Women ovulate (release an egg) 14 days before their bleeding starts. Having sex a week before your period misses the fertile period by a few days. Tha... Read More
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Probably normal: Pregnancy causes an increase in your vaginal discharge. It also causes an increase in the blood flow to the cervix and vaginal walls.The brown tinge c... Read More
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Dehydration: Hydrate yourself with water and sports drinks.Eat bland foods, avoid fatty or spicy foods. If the diarrhea continues, get your stool tested.
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Change pill: It is usual to have irregular bleeding after starting a pill, and this can continue for 3 months or so. If you have been on this pill a while, you may... Read More
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It depends: I cannot say you are not pregnant. That would depend on many factors which are not in your message, However, a period ending with brownish watery disc... Read More
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Probably: Most medicines are fine up to 6 months after expiration date. However, this is an important medication and you shouldn't take chances. Try to use thin... Read More
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Its common: Unfortunately irregular bleeding is sometimes a side effect of Depo-provera. It may or may not go away.
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Check up: This does not sound like a heart issue, but you should go get it checked out by your doctor. High cholesterol is a risk factor, like having a family h... Read More
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Change behavior: The hardest part of quitting is the fact that you have strong behavioral rituals around the habit. Things like always smoking when driving or after a ... Read More
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Ovulation: If you mean that this occurred two weeks after the start of you period, this could mean you have had some ovulation bleeding, which is normal. Howeve... Read More
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Better check: It is possible you are pregnant, although it is a little unclear about the timing of things. Unprotected sex 5&7 days after menses puts you pretty... Read More
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Its OK: Elderly women often have some trace blood in their urine die to cell breakdown from low estrogen levels. If she has no symptoms, there is nothing to t... Read More
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A Carb issue.: With PCOS you also have difficulty in how your body metabolizes carbohydrates. Eat a low carbohydrate diet. If you wish to try weight loss medication,... Read More
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Its stress: Most eye twitching is caused by stress. This will stop when you are calmer inside.
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