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i have been having abdominal pain on the left side of my abdomen and i am bleeding every day and i have severe lowerback pain and sometimes to my leg

A: Hi, The causes of your symptoms could be ?Addison?s disease , Autoimmune oophoritis , Chlamydia, Cushing?ssyndrome , endometriosis , Ovarian cancer , Uterine cancer , Uterine fibroids , Pelvic inflammatory disease ,Salpingitis etc. Please consult a gynaecologist and get a USG abdomen and CT scan abdomen to know the cause ofthe symptoms . Hope this helps you . Take care and regards !...


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Could i still be pregnant?

A: Hello,There are numerous reasons for such symptoms. High level of stress, cholesterol, hormonal imbalance, chainsmoking, dramatic changes in your life style, sudden weight loss or gain (obesity),thyroid disorders,increasedsmoking,alcohol or caffeine use,PCOS,fibroid,polyps and endometriosis are some of the reasons for irregularand delayed periods.Also pregnancy has to be ruled out on account of your unprotected intercourse. I wouldsuggest a home based urine for pregnancy test for which kits are readily available in the market.You can alsoget serum HCG levels which give a more confirmatory result.If pregnancy is ruled out then pls consider thelifestyle factors on your part and if still the symptoms persist in the...


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What Is Gestodene?

A: Gestodene is a synthetic version of a female sex hormone. When combined with other synthetic hormones, it interferes with a woman’s menstrual cycle, decreasing the symptoms of severe menstruation and preventing pregnancy. Used correctly, it is more than 99% effective at preventing unwanted pregnancies. The main use for gestodene is as an oral contraceptive. It mimics the naturally occurring female sex hormone progesterone, which is partially responsible for regulating the menstrual cycle. In order to be effective as a contraceptive, a synthetic version of the other female sex hormone, estrogen, is combined with gestodene. The combination of synthetic hormones used in gestodene-based contraceptive pills works by interfering with the normal menstrual cycle. By...


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How Do I Treat a Large Ovarian Cyst?

A: Ovarian cysts are common in women of child-bearing age and do not generally cause any symptoms. These cysts can be caused by conditions such as endometriosis or polycystic ovarian syndrome, but often no cause is found. Most cysts are small and do not cause any problems, although a large cyst may form that can put pressure on surrounding tissues and cause a lot of pain. Treatment options for a large ovarian cyst may include the use of over-the-counter or prescription medications, hormonal therapies, or even surgery. Doctors will often monitor a large ovarian cyst without providing any other treatment unless the pain becomes extremely troubling or other health issues develop as a result of the cyst. This is particularly true if the patient...


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irregular and brown menstruation

A: Hello,Without examination confirmation of a diagnosis is tough but your symptoms are suggestive of irregular periodswith brown discharge.There are numerous reasons for having such kind of symptoms.High level of stress, cholesterol, hormonalimbalance, chain smoking, dramatic changes in your life style may be some of the common causes of youirregular periods.Other important and frequent causes of irregular periods are PCOS and fibroid uterus. PCOS causes cysts toform on the ovaries, interfering with regular ovulation. Left untreated, it can lead to other more seriouscomplications, including endometriosis, heart disease, and ovarian cancer. Diagnosed by blood tests like bloodinsulin levels, serum testosterone and...


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How Do I Choose the Best Intestinal Treatment?

A: The intestines, sometimes referred to as the bowels, form a portion of the alimentary canal. The intestines form the lower portion, connecting the stomach to the anus. The two sections of the intestines are the large intestine or colon and the small intestine. Intestinal treatments, then, are the medical response to intestinal disorders or diseases, and the best intestinal treatment is highly dependent on what medical condition is afflicting the intestines. Problems for which people seek intestinal treatment include bowel twist, celiac disease, colorectal cancer, Crohn’s disease, diverticulosis and diverticulitis, endometriosis, gastroenteritis, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), polyps, parasites, and ulcerative colitis. Bowel twists can result from volvulus, in...


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What Is Natural Progesterone Cream?

A: Many women who are interested in hormone replacement turn to natural progesterone cream in order to supplement the progesterone made by their own body. This is because a sudden decrease in this hormone often creates various unwanted side effects. Fortunately, natural progesterone cream often gets rid of these negative effects since it adds this hormone to the body when it is applied to certain areas, and absorbed through the skin. The cream is considered natural since this hormone exists in the body already, so it is known for being safe to use. Most natural progesterone cream is made from a type of plant fat that is usually taken from soybeans and wild yams. The substance that is extracted from such plants is called diosgenin, and it is usually taken to a laboratory, and eventually...


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What is progesterone?

A: Progesterone is a hormone found only in women. It plays a role in pregnancy (helping the woman maintain the pregnancy until labor) and sexual desire, and it helps to moderate menstruation.. . High progesterone levels can exacerbate PMS symptoms, including breast tenderness and mood swings (as well as cramps). Low levels can make it difficult to sustain a pregnancy, as progesterone is responsible for the nourishment of the fertilized egg. During menopause, progesterone levels will fluctuate and decrease, which can cause symptoms like hot flashes, moodiness, and vaginal dryness. Women who are low in progesterone have some options for treatment, including low-dose birth control pills, combination treatment with estrogen, and creams....


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What is Chronic Disease?

A: Chronic disease simply means persistent or recurring disease, usually affecting a person for three months or longer. A chronic disease is generally one that is hereditary or one that is the result of factors such as poor diet and living conditions, using tobacco or other harmful substances, or a sedentary lifestyle. Such a disease is not typically contracted from another person by contagion, because most chronic illnesses are not caused by infection. The term chronic disease commonly applies to conditions that can be treated but not necessarily cured.. There are different types of chronic disease from A to Z. From Alzheimer`s, arthritis and asthma to "zoonoses," chronic diseases are many and varied. Zoonoses are diseases that are passed to humans by animals, such as avian flu.

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What Factors Are Involved in a Hematuria Diagnosis?

A: Blood in the urine, also called hematuria, can be caused by several medical conditions that range from mild to life-threatening. When a patient presents with hematuria, a diagnostic investigation should be conducted and the underlying reason for the condition treated. Factors to consider in a hematuria diagnosis include other symptoms, patient age, past medical history, and lifestyle.. A hematuria diagnosis is conducted in the same manner, whether or not blood in the urine is visible to the eye or is only detected through a microscopic examination. The possible causes remain the same, regardless of how much blood is present. Sometimes, the blood is accompanied by blood clots; at other times, it is not visible at all and is only discovered through a routine medical...


 
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