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Sexual Activity Spondylolisthesis Patient
Not long: Not very long! Few weeks may be to few months based on progress with transplant!
Is the subluxation or slippage of one vertebral body over another, usually with the more superior body slipping forward relative to the body below. This can be due to to etiologies such as ligamentous laxity or an abnormality of the bone (spondylolysis). If mild, it may be asymptomatic. If severe or unstable, it could cause kinking/compression of the spinal cord ...Read more
Yes: Position may need adjustment, but the condition itself does not prevent intimate relationships.See 2 more doctor answers
Yes, hernia: Can result from any strenuous activity or acute injury or repeated injuries to same area.
No: "sex headaches" are more common in men, often just before or during orgasm. Usually these don't indicate anything worrisome. But if it comes on suddenly rather than building gradually, and it's your first one, it's best to see a doctor (primary care physician or neurologist, etc) for an evaluation. More info for you here: http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/sex-headaches/ds00645.
Maybe not...: Many women have a cervix that is "friable", meaning that when you touch it, it tends to bleed a bit. Sometimes the likelihood of this can be increased by things like the birth control pill. On the other hand, you could have a cervical polyp, or infection, or pre-cancerous lesion. Best advice would be to go to your gynecologist and ask specifically about this issue. Have an up to date pap done.
There are many...: Symptoms that have been described with mvp such as chest pain and a racing heart. The symptoms can be present when there is no failure of the leaflets to close, in other words prolapse without regurgitation. If there is no regurgitation and the heart function remains normal, as is the usual case, then sexual activity should be safe. You should check with your dr to be sure your heart is healthy.
No: Everything in moderation.Get a more detailed answer ›
6 weeks: However consult your surgeon to make sure you are ready to resume sexual activity.
Talk to your GYN, MD: Could be due to multiple reasons only your md can examine you.
UTI: Uti is seldom caused by sexual activity anywhere, and the shower is no different. Women may get slight swelling of the urethra (tube from bladder out), and this physiologic obstruction may promote cystitis, and this is often termed "honeymoon cystitis" because it most commonly occurs during first sexual episodes.
Probably not: Per the cdc and other authorities. Trichomonas is transmitted by sexual contact with an infected person. It can lay dormant in men for years from an earlier infection. 70% of those infected may have no symptoms.
UMMMM: Yes rest that inflamed urethra limit spices alcohol and self pleasure for a few days
Use protection: You can resume sexual activity when you feel comfortable. But be sure to use an additional form of protection for the first week to prevent pregnancy.
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