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Ge 132 Germanium
This is hard for me do I need help im a 44 year old man who loves to wear woman's panties i really ge aroused in them i love how they feel ?
Healthy living: The best way to be healthy leading up to pregnancy is to work on your general health just like you would at any other time; healthy diet, regular cardiovascular exercise, avoiding drugs or tobacco. Add to that a prenatal vitamin that contains iron and folic acid and avoid drinking alcohol and you should be fit to be a mommy. These are general tips; your own medical history may point to others. ...Read more
Bacterial vaginosis: It should not be necessary to take medication for BV continually. If this is not clearing up satisfactorily with the treatment you are receiving you may be becoming recolonized with these organisms by your sexual partner, and this should be discussed with your ob/gyn doctor. Depending upon the treatment there is a possibility it may interfere with sperm viability. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Good nutrition and..: Some medications used to treat HIV can cause fatigue/malaise, anemia, and can prevent absorption of some vitamins etc..Thus regular follow-up is improtant. As for what you can do, make sure you eat well, get adequate rest/sleep, minimize stress, and regular aerobic exercises can help. Depression is common in HIV and must treat that as well. If not better, consult your doc..Good luck. ...Read more
I assume: You mean that after a positive pregnancy test, how long before "feeling pregnant"? That depends on hormone levels, number of previous pregnancies, number gestation (ie twins), etc. Call an OB to make an appt for an eval but meanwhile, to be safe, don't take any over the counter medications like ibuprofen. Let your own pmd know if you are pregnant, in case regular medications could affect pregna. ...Read more
There is a risk.: GE junction is an area that connects distal esophagus to stomach. It is often exposed to the stomach acid and/or infections (H.Pylori) causing inflammation and anatomical changes in this region. One of the changes is called intestinal metaplasia which carries high risk of turning into cancer. Typically, it first leads to over growth of normal tissue, then dysplasia, followed by full blown cancer. ...Read more
Im 5w6d in scan. Ive ben spoting,still no fetal pole and ges sac has grown fr 1.0cm- 1.6cm n 6dys.what are my chances n seeing my baby there soon?
Week 6-7: One does not expect to see a fetal pole until week 6-7 weeks. You can schedule a follow up visit for that time period ...Read more
Some say i shud have atleast a babys hearbeat in my 5week scan?How true?my scan showed only ges sac and yolk sac,no baby nor heartbeat.shud i b worid?
Early ultrasound: When is your next scan? It is reassuring that a sac and yolk sac were both seen. A follow up ultrasound is appropriate. ...Read more