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Workout Routines For Teenage Girls At The Gym
Oral hpv: Not very common and I have never seen outside of the congenital infection ages. ...Read more
Severe pain: Any time kids have real pain, let alone severe pain, is a reason to seek professional help. As there are many causes for this, a trained medical professional and their evaluation is the first right thing to do ...Read more
No, but it happens.: Breast abscesses can occur at any age, typically via normal skin bacteria entering a break in the skin or nipple. Rx centers on antibiotics and draining any pus, ideally via (repeated) aspirations rather than surgical drainage. Surgical evaluation is mandatory--it is best to treat this as early as possible. ...Read more
Anemia: Severe anemia from iron deficiency often has fatigue associated with it. Sometimes feeling light headed as well. Unfortunately (or fortunately) mild anemia frequently has no symptoms. Many teenage girls are mildly iron deficient because they have poor diets and menstruate. Encouraging proper nutrition is always a good idea! ...Read more
How common is oral HPV in teenage girls. Because I have mild oral lichen planus and I want to know if it's linked to HPV. I got all 3 vaccines.?
I got the 3 gardasil shots, is that enough. And how common is HPV oral cancer in teenage girls in the US. Does the shot prevent it?
It is very uncommon.: Cancer risk factors include: being female, increasing age, genetics, family history of breast cancer, previous breast cancer, being caucasian, dense breast tissue, some previous benign breast conditions, never having given birth or 1st child after age 30, early menarche, late menopause, radiation (chest), exposure to diethylstilbestrol, hormone replacement after menopause, oral contraceptives, >>. ...Read more
Can a obese person with vericose veins go gymming & do high intensity cardio work out or yoga? Do the veins feel extra pressure & worsen vericose vein
Obesity and veins: Obesity and varicose veins is not a contraindication to working out and yoga. In fact, exercise is good for improving venous return which will reduce the venous pressure. Cardio exercises such as spinning, elliptical, biking and stair climbing are better for the veins than pounding exercises such as running. ...Read more
Yes: Yes, veins can become prominent from working out. All girls are different, hopefully you'll find someone who cares about you instead of the veins in your arms. ...Read more
Yes: But follow the instructions on the label. ...Read more
Possible, but: One pound = 3000 calories, 40=120, 000 calories. Average daily calorie intake/use for many teens 2500. If you had the will to cut calorie intake to 1500 cal/day for & maintained the activity level needed to burn off 2500 cal/day you could do this over a 120 day period. But it will take a lot of will power and commitment. Best check with your physician & see if your system can handle this ...Read more
The answer to your question was in the question itself...Teenage boys and the fears that 'dating' imparts to the parents of the teenage girls.
Sounds like it may be time to have a serious sit down conversation with your teenager about the ways of the world and its many inherent 'dating' dangers (sexually transmitted disease, unwanted pregnancy, etc.) prepared teens are safer teens. ...Read more
Diet and exercise: Exercise, exercise, exercise....Increase your exercise to 5-6 times per week at least 30 minutes to an hour and get your heart rate up. Once you are in the groove, add some muscle strengthening to your routine. This needs to be a permanent lifestyle change for you. Additionally lower your calorie intake and count your calories on a website like fatsecret. Com or sparkpeople. Com. Drink more h20! ...Read more
Infections: Generally teenage girls would see a gyn to address vaginal discharge/infections or their need for birth control. Occasionally, a teenager hasn't developed in a timely fashion or hasn't gotten her menses, yet. This is a good time for the gyn to revisit some basic concepts about pregnancy and STI avoidance. ...Read more
Many do: When you are bombarded with weight loss marketing it's hard not to feel that way. However, first you must be comfortable in your own skin and be happy with what you have been given. It's more important to be healthy than concentrate on pounds lost. If you visit your provider and they are recommending a healthier lifestyle you will naturally lose weight but in a healthy manner. ...Read more
Varies: Each person is different and consequently each girl has a different amount of discharge with her period. ...Read more
Um, it IS...: Not sure who you are talking to or getting information from, but masturbation is a totally normal human activity for both men and women. It is simply a part of life and normal and expected and not a horrible thing or something to be ashamed of. There is no difference in this behavior for men or women other than the mechanics involved. ...Read more
Varies: Most stop at 15-17, or about 2.5 inches after their first menses. The open growth centers of the long bones permit continued linear growth. The hormones that bring on the start of menses begin signiling the growth centern to close. An x-ray of the wrist and hand can determine wether additional growth is possible. When the growth centers close, linear growth stops. ...Read more
Whole foods: Avoid processed foods. Cook with coconut oil. Eat lots of organic fruit and vegetables. Eat adequate but not excess meat. 3-4 oz of meat per meal is enough. Drink lots of pure water between meals. ...Read more
Depends on puberty: That really depends on a lot of factors and when/if she has completed puberty. Most girls have completed puberty and linear growth by 16.5 years. Average onset of periods is 12ish but may occur as late as 17, and a small percentage of women will have some growth after 19. Body fat increases, lean mass decreases. Periods regulate better. Weight increases slightly. But overall not a ton of changes. ...Read more
My friends vaginabone is larger that a lot of other teenage girls, and its just so big &her friendssay its puffy. How does she make it not as puffy?
Need clarification: When you ask about muscle strength, are you referring to weight lifting, chin ups, power generated by a kick - so many muscle groups in your body you need to be specific about what info you are seeking. Same with endurance - for what? Endurance for jogging, swimming, eating cake, blowing bubbles? Again, need more specifics about information you are seeking. ...Read more