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Is It Normal To Get Aroused By Seeing Women Having Pain For Childbirth
Lots of things: Are "normal" and I wouldn't get wrapped around one definition of "normal" and obsess over it. Arousal is complex, sometimes feeling strong emotions when your hormones are flowing can make arousal happen. It's a funny thing. I would reassure you that unless you are acting on that arousal inappropriately, it's all good... ...Read more
Soon after: Arousal can occur at any time as long as you are healthy, relaxed and in a healthy relationship. ...Read more
Postpartum Bleeding: After giving birth, vaginally or by cesarean section, it is normal to bleed irregularly for up to 6-8 weeks. You may bleed like a cycle for the first 2 weeks, then the bleeding may taper off. It is not uncommon to start back again several days later. Breastfeeding and starting birth control can alter this pattern. Your normal monthly cycle pattern usually returns in 8 weeks after giving birth. ...Read more
6 weeks: If you are. Not breast feeding it taks 4 to8 weeks. ...Read more
Is it normal for a woman to occasionally experience physical arousal or an orgasm while breastfeeding her child?
Absolutely normal: One of the reasons that some women love to breast feed. ...Read more
I'm not having any kind of arousal in the morning when I get up or nor have one if I see porn. It's like my sex drive is gone. What cold be wrong?
Testosterone (t) provides men with several benefits for well-being. Low t results in many issues: decreased sex drive, moodiness, depression, fatigue and weight gain. Am erections and normal erections suffer.
Long term effects of low t are now becoming more evident, beyond the the above. Replacement can restore you to normal, but remember: t replacement results in diminished fertility in men. ...Read more
I get butterflies in my stomach and the feeling travels down to my vagina every time I see someone hot. Is this sexual arousals or something else?
Sexual arousal...: ...sounds like the best bet. At age16, it also sounds like you'd better be prepared for sex, even if not immediately planning on it. I'm not encouraging sex if you're not ready, but it sounds like your body is ready even if your head isn't. Please be prepared in regard to contraception and STD prevention (e.g., have condoms handy). Also get started on HPV vaccine if not already immunized. ...Read more
Why do I get instant sexual arousal (Penis erection within seconds)? Even if a girl passes by my penis gets erected. Is it normal? If not then causes?
I m not a transgender. I m a normal male who wants to chemically castrate myself as I hate sexual arousal of any kind. That's just me. I m shy to tell this to my GP or psychiatrist so how am I supposed to get Firmagon or degarelix?
Speak with your Dr.: You won't be able to get this medication thru Health Tap. Hating sexual arousal is not normal. You must confide in your psychiatrist and discuss the reasons for your desire to chemically castrate yourself. ...Read more
Mortality rate in the US is approximately 17 per 100, 000 live births. Many factors contribute to mortality and complications.
Here is some information:
http://www. Cdc. Gov/reproductivehealth/MaternalInfantHealth/PMSS. Html ...Read more
Maternal death: Women die in childbirth form blood clots to the lungs, sepsis, bleeding disorders, primary pulmonary hypertension. Lupus, preeclampsia, heart disease, strokes, and other underlying medical disorders. Even in the 21st century, people die. We do the best we can as physicians, but some problems are insurmountable. ...Read more
"Imperfect process": Childbirth has many variables that can cause serious difficulties that can, if untreated, cause death. Hemorrhage, infections and birth "accidents" all contribute in spite of the technology of OB hospital care. Still in the usa women often deliver in non-hospital environments that do not provide the "necessary backup" needed in case of emergency. Living through childbirth (perfect) is not a "given". ...Read more
Die in childbirth: In the days of the cowboys and pioneers to this country some women died of hemmorrage after childbirth. Now, allthough those complications appear once in a while, good medicine has almost negated maternal fetalaties. ...Read more
Ask!: Managing pain is something your doctor and the nurses on l&d will be happy to help with. We can treat with IV pain medicines, epidural, and labor coaching. Special conditions (such as prior back surgery or reactions to meds) and concerns are best discussed with your doctor in advance. Special classes, such as bradley or hypnobirth, may be helpful for those desiring to go without medication. ...Read more
Uh, Beautiful, guys: During pregnancy the pelvis widens a bit so that a baby can pass through. Also during pregnancy and/or breastfeeding some moms gain some weight by underestimating the amount they eat/overestimating what the baby needs. No woman is lovelier than one who is healthy and pregnant or breastfeeding a baby. If lucky enough to be related to that baby, you should compliment the mother whenever you see her! ...Read more
Things for baby, mom: An OB provider can tell a patient what to pack for a particular hospital. There are also lists online. My suggestion is to take things that are needed for mom and baby that would be difficult for other family members or friends to find or purchase. A mobile phone and backup camera would top my list along with a pair of earplugs (when sleeping alone, not with baby, of course). ...Read more
See below: Some of the weight loss is going to be from the baby and placenta. Some is going to be from the loss of the extra fluid that you gained during pregnancy. Most likely this is normal, especially if you gained a lot of weight during your pregnancy. Keep an eye on it, but remember there are some people who never are able to loose the "baby weight" without diet and exercise. ...Read more
Getting smacked over: Seriously? Is this a real question? Watch ncis and see how mark harmon's character repeatedly smacks the young investigator in the back of the head... ...Read more
Blood loss, sepsis: Severe blood loss or uncontrolled infection can kill even today. Also complications from high blood pressure, seizures, and blood clots can be fatal. Fortunately these days a maternal death is rare in developed countries, but will be much higher wherever a cesarean section cannot be easily and safely done. ...Read more
It can be: Spotting can occur for up to 6 weeks but it is unusual. If the bleeding is more, call your doctor though. Infections and subinvolution can both cause prolonged bleeding. By the way, subinvolution is where the part of the uterus that was attached to the placenta doesn't heal well. Good luck! ...Read more
It depends: Proper eating and exercising when your pregnant will go along way to how easy it is for your to get your abs back after you deliver. Discuss with your ob/gyn. Good luck. ...Read more
Yes, sadly: Childbirth is an amazing, and difficult, experience. And it definitely leaves its mark on a woman's body. Normal to still feel aches and pains 11 months after childbirth. There's a lot of stretching of pelvic ligaments during childbirth, in addition to the muscles of pelvic floor and vagina. Physical therapy is an option if it's bothering you, there are pelvic floor therapists, believe it :). ...Read more
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