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Doctor insights on: Ascaris Life Cycle

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Life cycle of m.Leprae?

No such thing: Life cycles in biology refer to organisms that have different appearances and abilities in different generations. Leprosy bacteria grow best at cooler temperatures inside cells, and you will probably find them interesting; I have the idea that they are a modified tubercle bacillus that has lost much of its genome. But in spite of anything else you may read, all generations are the same, no cycle. ...Read more

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How long can sperm survive during a menstrual period w/ tampons in?

How long can sperm survive during a  menstrual period w/ tampons in?

2-5 days: Sperm can manage to live a long time, even in harsh conditions such as a menstrual cycle. Tampons probably have no effect. The good news is that a woman is unlikely to ovulate during her menstrual cycle, so even if the sperm live for a few days, it's unlikely there's anything for them to fertilize. If she's late for her period next month, you should check a pregnancy test. Next time use a condom! ...Read more

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What's life cycle of periodontal disease?

What's life cycle of periodontal disease?

Periodontal disease: Periodontal disease is an infection. It will not go away on it's own. It needs to be treated by a dentist. Once treated, it can re-occur if proper oral hygiene is not maintained. There also needs to be regular follow-up treatment by your dentist. ...Read more

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C-Section/Tubal Ligation 8/14. Normal cycle started 10/13/14. Next cycle 11/15/14. Started cycle again today 11/30. Part-time breast feeding. Dying?

C-Section/Tubal Ligation 8/14. Normal cycle started 10/13/14. Next cycle 11/15/14. Started cycle again today 11/30. Part-time breast feeding. Dying?

Why dying?: Are you feeling really bad from this early period? You could be anemic if you are postpartum and have too frequent periods, which could make you feel very weak. Irregular periods are common following tubal ligation. Being post-partum and breast feeding can also result in irregular periods. If you feel very weak and drained, you should get the hemoglobin level in your blood checked. ...Read more

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Menstrual cycle change after marriage?

Menstrual cycle change after marriage?

Marraige or age?: Could be due to stress and recent changes, or could be early peri menopausal changes. ...Read more

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What is the life cycle of clostridium tetani?

What is the life cycle of clostridium tetani?

Soil bacterium: It is an anaerobic gram positive bacterium that forms spores and lives in soil. Contamination of wound, even puncture wounds can cause tetanus. Vaccination is effective for 10 years. ...Read more

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Could a liver donor live his life sucessfully?

Could a liver donor live his life sucessfully?

Yes: You can expect a very normal life after a successful and complication free recovery.....liver has excellent regeneration capacity....regeneration can be touch slow among vegetarian ...Read more

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Is sperm life max 3-5days? Many diff.Answers here even one that said 8 days. What is life term once ejaculated in woman for fertilizing egg b4 oving?

Is sperm life max 3-5days? Many diff.Answers here even one that said 8 days. What is life term once ejaculated in woman for fertilizing egg b4  oving?

72 hours: 72 hours or 3 days is the most likely lifespan of sperm in the female genital tract. However some sperm can live up to 5 days. ...Read more

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Is it normal to ovulate around day 20 and have 33-36 days cycle? What about the egg quality on long cycle / delayed ovulation?

Is it normal to ovulate around day 20 and have 33-36 days cycle? What about the egg quality on long cycle / delayed ovulation?

Yes, normal: Yes ovulation is about 14 days before menses, so long cycles have later ovulation. No particular reason to believe poor egg quality. You are young. Track ovulation to make sure you time intercourse for pregnancy and you should succeed. Best wishes. ...Read more

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CSection & Tubal Ligation on 8/8. Normal cycle on 10/15. Now having cycles every 2 weeks. Is this normal? Cycles - 11/15, 11/30, 12/17.

CSection & Tubal Ligation on 8/8. Normal cycle on 10/15. Now having cycles every 2 weeks. Is this normal? Cycles - 11/15, 11/30, 12/17.

Yes: Pregnancy and procedures like tubal ligation can sometimes "reset" the menstrual cycle/log at times. So, being so recently postpartum, my hunch is that there is probably not any real pathology (e.g. growth, tumors, etc...) going on here. Nevertheless, continue to monitor. If the symptoms persist for the next 3-4 cycles, get with your OB/GYN for further evaluation. ...Read more

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Does sperm live in fertile mucus until your ovulation date?

Does sperm live in fertile mucus until your ovulation date?

Depends : Once deposited the sperm will exhaust the energy they have on hand to complete fertilization within 48-72 hours +/-. If a ripe egg is encountered along the way, fertilization can occur. If not, the material is shed or absorbed by the body. ...Read more

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Whats the life cycle of a flea?

Whats the life cycle of a flea?

Here you go: http://vetmedicine.about.com/od/parasites/f/faq_fleacycle.htm i'm glad you are interested; this isn't the perfect forum but thankfully there are many resources. Egg, larva, pupa, adult. Like most insects. ...Read more

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Estimated to ovulate cycle day 14. Is cycle day 10 and 11 too early to conceive? Would that give me the very best chance at conceiving?

Estimated to ovulate cycle day 14. Is cycle day 10 and 11 too early to conceive?  Would that give me the very best chance at conceiving?

Not really: However, not impossible. Sperm can stay around/survive in the female genital tract for fertilization for about 5 days or so, hence conception can still occur with intercourse on Day 10-11. ...Read more

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Can I live a normal life with toxic shame?

Can I live a normal life with toxic shame?

Letting go of shame: All humans who care about connection to others, experience shame from time to time. This means most of us know what it's like to feel we're not worthy of love or belonging (shame), even if we don't want to admit it. What makes it "toxic" is that when we keep it secret, the more it controls our lives. Sharing our "shame" stories with trusted others, dissipates it & frees us from need to be perfect. ...Read more

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