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Doctor insights on: Open Sea Swimming Tips

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If i have UTI could swimming in the sea make it worse?

No: If you feel well enough to swim, go for it. It will have no effect on the UTI. ...Read more

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Hi, can I swimming in the sea or swimming pool if I have cervicitis?Thank you.

Hi, can I swimming in the sea or swimming pool if I have cervicitis?Thank you.

Probably: If the inflammation of the cervix is chronic and infections such as chlamydia, gonorrhea has been ruled out or treated. Yes you can swim and have intercourse. I would recommend not to swim with an active infection just as a precaution. ...Read more

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Tips for eye health for swimming in the sea?

Tips for eye health for swimming in the sea?

Goggles: Goggles are a good idea whether swimming in the sea or a pool. Otherwise there is little harm in either body of water. ...Read more

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Swimming in the sea, later left ovary pain in 2 days possitive preg.test. Dr said do U/S to exclude ectopic, but pain is gone feel fine.Shall i do it?

Swimming in the sea, later left ovary pain in 2 days possitive preg.test. Dr said do U/S to exclude ectopic, but pain is gone feel fine.Shall i do it?

Yes: It does not hurt to do a transvaginal ultrasound. You may also get a first glimpse of the embryo depending on when conception took place. In the meantime I see that you are on doxycycline. It is a class D drug for pregnancy which means increased fetal risk. Discuss this with your primary doctor. ...Read more

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What to do if I had water in my ears while I was swimming in the sea 15 days back. but the water is there even now please help?

What to do if I had water in my ears while I was swimming in the sea 15 days back. but the water is there even now please help?

If there is liquid: coming from your ears it would not be sea water from 15 days ago. However, you could have an external ear infection causing the fluid. Please see your physician for further assessment. Take care. ...Read more

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I have heard that swimming in cold sea or taking cold shower will result in drop in milk supply for breastfeeding moms.is that right?

I have heard that swimming in cold sea or taking cold shower will result in drop in milk supply for breastfeeding moms.is that right?

Breast feeding: It is perfectly fine to swim- reduction in breast milk production would occur if your core body temperature dropped, but most often due to dehydration and lack of caloric intake. Enjoy the swim just don't get frozen! ...Read more

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After swimming in the sea sometimes feel lower back pain and red stools. Do I have to refrain from swimming in the sea?

After swimming in the sea sometimes feel lower back pain and red stools. Do I have to refrain from swimming in the sea?

See the Doctor: Your physician can help you to rule out GI tract pathology. He will also advice you on your future swimming practices. Blood in the stool can be sign of hemorrhoids, polyp or malignancy, see your doctor. ...Read more