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How Do I Know When Chlamydia Is Gone
Chlamydia is a curable sexually transmitted infection that is caused by the bacteria chlamydia trachomatis. This bacteria infects mucous membranes of the urethra, vagina, cervix, anus, rectum, eyelid, and throat. Chlamydia may be asymptomatic but some patients experience pain or burning during urination, nausea, fever, vaginal discharge, ...Read more
Did you have symtoms: Usually not always the treatment will cure it but if you still have symptoms or it is picked up on gyn exam again then you need more treatment. ...Read more
Home solutions: If your dizziness is related to blood pressure fluctuations during your pregnancy, you can monitor them at home with a simple wrist blood pressure monitor available at many pharmacies & durable medical supply stores.(got one for $20) discuss your specific desired BP range with your OB doctor & keep a diary of events to share with the dr at visits. ...Read more
It depends.: It helps to go in for check-ups. Cultures can be done along with antigen testing and staining. Also other signs like swollen lymph nodes and epididymitis, proctitis, and mucopurulent cervicitis subside. Taking the full course of antibiotics is an absolute necessity, and treatment of your parther(s) ensures a successful outcome. Best of luck. ...Read more
You can't: Unfortunately, there is no way to determine if the infection has affected your tubes. If your tubes were completely blocked or heavily damaged, an X-ray test called a hysterosalpinogogram will show it. However, much of the tubal disease from Chlamydia is microscopic or minimal and cannot be easily seen. Chlamydia is very common and we end up seeing tubal damage only infrequently. I hope your ok! ...Read more
I don't no if I have thrush in my mouth but if I do have it how can I get it treated and how long will it take . Is it bad ?
See your doctor: See your doctor so he can make a diagnosis. Medicine is available where it can be treated overnight. ...Read more
How do I know if I have been red and itchy. Im pretty sure i was just allergic to them, but does anyone know when it'll go away?
Allergic to what?: Can you clarify this info and re-ask your question. Thank you. ...Read more
You get better: If it's working your symptoms of infection should improve and eventually resolve. You don't state what infection is being treated. ...Read more
How do I stop masterbating?like I know it's normal but I'm erring really sick of it.. How can I stop..
Realize: It's not uncommon at your present age to explore you sexuality but if you feel like self pleasuring is becoming an issue there are several things you can do: 1) keep your self busy/distracted 2) try to avoid being alone 3) avoid touching yourself except for when you have to go the bathroom and bath 4) consider seeing a therapist 5) avoid pornography Best of luck ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
DNA probe: Most doctors when they do pap smears they are collecting cells from your cervix, while at the same time, also testing for the most serious, cancer causing types of hpv. It's a 2 part test, the pap smear is, nowadays. Thus when you hpv comes back negative, you know your immune system has suppressed the virus. Once + for hpv, can always come back, but typically doesn't. ...Read more
Everytime I have sex, it doesn't hurt anymore, but i'm still not feeling the way sex should feel. I don't know what to do?
Be positive: Sex is something that with time and maturity, you may start to notice different actions and positions, or sexual interactions that make you feel better and the act itself more enjoyable. Hopefully, in time and with sexual experimentation as you mature, you will find that sex may be enjoyable. Best wishes. ...Read more
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