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There are currently: 140 women who have been the victims of female genital mutilation. It is actively practiced in 28 countries in africa & the middle east (as well as some asian countries). It is practiced in egypt, ethiopia, nigeria, djibouti, somalia, sudan, eritrea, somalia, guinea, mali, sierra leone, gambia, burkina faso, mauritania, liberia, malaysia, yemen & indonesia. Ethnic minorities in oman, iran, iraq use. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Painful & damaging: Ritual female genital mutilation is still widespread in many african countries, the middle east, and certain populations in indonesia, malaysia, and europe. Http://www. Who. Int/mediacentre/factsheets/fs241/en/ it is usually carried out between infancy and age 15. Reconstructive surgery is often needed. Http://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/news/fullstory_126174.html ptsd may result also. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it normal for a 19 year old female (single, not yet married-also a rape victim/surviver) to wake up at 2am in the morning w/ the urge to masturbate?
How do I get an orgasm when having sex, am married with three kids and a victim of female circumcision?
It will be difficult: I am so very sorry that happened to you. It may be possible to get an orgasm by stimulation of your g-spot. Your partner will have to be educated on how your g-spot is found and the best way to stimulate it. By adding nipple stimulation at the same time, you may be able to over come this horrible problem. Best of luck. ...Read more
Young female. Anxiety disorder victim. Cholesrol levels are fine according to blood test. AKG is fine. But still have concerns of Heart Attack. Advice?
Not a "condition": Domestic violence is not a condition, it's a horrible situation in which some people find themselves. Many factors lead both to the violence and to the decision of the victim to stay in that situation. If you are that person, avail yourself of one of the services locally or nationally that can help you realistically assess options to get out of it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Significant: Stroke is the third leading cause of death in the usa, and the most common cause of long-term disability. Rate of death is highly dependent on size, location, and duration of decreased blood flow, and too many variables to be specific, as each case varies. ...Read more
Stroke: Yes. If there is pain. Treat the pain. ...Read more
No, in fact the focus: On asbestos exposure, while likely causative, is not always clearly identified in many cases of mesothelioma. Also, spouses laudering and living with such a worker, occasional develop the disease, when the worker does not. The lead time from exposure to disease may be 30 years. While we have an answer, we surely do not have all the answers. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
MANY WAYS: Some feel tricks exist. One is simple--learn self-defense. Another is make sure you are not projecting an image of weakness, worry or sadness--some grades have routine bullying. Do discuss with parent. Involving school can be of use if they are big prevention locations. In florida prevention is poor. This will end. Make sure an depression is treated. Learn verbal sparring and making jokes=power. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No one wins.: If one is bullied either emotionally or physically, revenge is not the answer (check out the new tv show that dissects the complexities). Learn an approach to stand up to the bullying that will raise yourself esteem, and make the aggressor look silly. If you are young, consider informing the bully's parents directly. Or be the bigger person, and ignore the bullying, slough it off. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Seek help: Sorry this is the problem for you, you are doing the right thing by seeking help. Suggest you call local police agency and ask for victims assistance department, they can help you with counseling and even safe houses if needed. If you are injured please go to local emergency room. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Risk benefit: The risk of going after the bullet has to weighed against any benefit. Usually, the bullet has no long term effects nor risk for infection. The risk of harm to retrieve the bullet is therefore unacceptable. In some specific circumstances the bullet must be removed. Rarely, the bullet will drag some clothing or other debris and cause an infection. ...Read more