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Why Is It So Hard Having Quints
Access and time: The amount of processed food that is readily available has gone up tremendously and has led to its increased consumption. Moreover, the amount of actual physical activity that we get throughout the day has gone down. Kids don't walk and play as much. They spend more time in front of the tv. Adults have very little time for leisure activities. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depression, ADD?: You may simply be exhausted, or perhaps depressed about something. More remotely, you may have add if this has been a long-standing issue. Your doc or a mental health professional can help. I encourage you to see one. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Many things: If you have no endocrine problems perhaps you need to eat more healthy. Talk to your doctor. ...Read more
Why is it so hard to lose weight? I know what to do/not to do. I'm educated and aware...But i've struggled my whole life. Why?
SUGAR: When ever I have a patient tell me this i ask them to keep a food diary. Very few actually follow through with this. If you are eating more than 1500 calories per day then you are not eating correctly. If you have more than 25% of your calories as carbohydrates then you are not eating correctly to lose weight. Food diaries work! ...Read more
Sezuires why is it so hard to find the cause of these?I had to be taken to e.R.2 times in less week they still can't find the cause of them?
Avoid ER: As mentioned see a neurologist asap, as the er deals with emergency life-threatening conditions, and does not deal in searching for causes of new neurological conditions. In the interim, stop driving, avoid activities at heights and use of power equipment. You may benefit from anti-epileptic medication. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Miscarriages: You haven't mentioned how many times you have been pregnant in the past. If you have miscarried many times before, you should see your doctor to find out if there are specific causes for these miscarriages. Correcting these may improve your chances of staying pregnant. ...Read more
Let's define problem: Doctors define constipation as stools less frequently than once every 3-4 days. Patients feel they are "constipated" when passing hard or small volume stool, or they feel full ; bloated. Had x-ray to show you're not blocked? Mabe your gut is sluggish or your anus/ rectum work incorrectly--these can be tested for (sitz marker study ; anal manometry, respectively). See a GI specialist. ...Read more
Pregnancy detection: A few days after conception, the fertilized egg attaches itself to wall of the uterus. This can cause one of the earliest signs of pregnancy spotting and, sometimes, cramping.That's called implantation bleeding. It occurs anywhere from six to 12 days after the egg is fertilized. If you miss your period, buy a pregnancy test to see if you are pregnant. Pregnancy should not be hard to diagnose. ...Read more
Not clear : If you have been pregnant successfully before then it could just be your own body's normal pattern. If you have actively been trying to get pregnant for > 12 months and haven't ever been successful then you would need to be worked up for infertility along with your partner. Many factors can play into this including older age, partner's sperm count being low. But if more than 12 months get checked. ...Read more
Different causes: One reason for this is that you may have been born with a very small opening in your hymen, which prevents you from inserting tampons. This is true in only about 2% of teens, but it could be a problem. try using a small amount of vaginal lubricant (K-Y Jelly) on the end of the tampon to help it glide in. If you are not able to insert a tampon after several tries, please see your Gynecologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many things: Is your baby a newborn? Or is he a 4 month old? In the former case there are several issues, breast anatomy, technique, infant temperament, potential infection (in a lethargic infant) can play a role. In an older baby, teething, colds, other illness can play a role. Try a lactation consultant to help you sort out these issues. Ideally you want the tip of the nipple in the back of baby's mouth. ...Read more
Female Orgasm: I am not quite sure if your question really communicates your concern. But here goes: it is very normal for females to not experience any orgasm with penetration and intercourse. This common experience can be overcome by learning how to manipulate the clitoris during intercourse or teaching your partner to do this. I often recommend "the joy of sex" as a beginners guide to sex. ...Read more
There can be: many factors. Your age of 41 is one major factor. Just based on age, you chance of pregnancy per month is less than 5%. You should see a fertility specialist as soon as possible before all your eggs are gone. Massachusetts has good fertility insurance coverage, by the way. ...Read more
Drug Addiction: Long term drug usage alters the structure of the brain to a point where it is not only mind power any more - there are increased receptors asking for the drug. so to deaddict oneself the person has to overcome the increase in receptors as well as the reward centers that cause the cravings. and therefore it becomes more difficult. ...Read more
Only if cycles irreg: If you have regular cycles, it is not difficult. Most women will ovulate about 2 weeks before the onset of their next period, and the fertile period starts a few days before then. If the cycles are irregular, that becomes more difficult, and an ovulation prediction kit may be helpful. ...Read more
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