No, taking an abortion pill after vaccination is not recommended. It is always advisable to take abortion pill after consulting with a gynecologist as these pills carry a lot of risks. So, I request you to please consult a reputed gynecologist if you planning for an abortion or are considering taking abortion pills.
Please consult the concerned doctor on an immediate basis if you feel light headed and lose your consciousness. And I hope you are taking the medications and following the instructions given by your doctor properly to manage your pulse rate and blood pressure. If not please do it. Thanks.
The symptoms that you are experiencing can be because of many reasons so I advise you to visit a doctor in person for understanding the exact cause. These symptoms can also be the result of your anxiety. So, it would be of great help if you consulted a counsellor for managing your anxiety. You can also try meditation and breathing exercises to lower your stress and anxiety.
No, a medical treatment is usually not required as these kind lesions are benign and do not cause any symptoms. But I advise you to visit the concerned doctor regularly to monitor the lesions and check their growth and know whether they are causing any other problem.
I advise you to visit an experienced dermatologist for your marks. Depending on the severity of your mark, the dermatologist will suggest treatments like laser treatments etc.
Yes, oral contraceptive pills can delay your periods. But it is advised to not use these pills to delay your periods for more number of days.
Yes, burned eyebrows can be treated with eyebrow transplants. The procedure involves take hair follicles from some parts of your body and transplanting them in the area where your eyebrows are burnt. I advise you to please consult a reputed hair transplant surgeon for it. After proper evaluation, he will tell you whether you are eligible for eyebrow transplant or need some other treatment.
The treatment for the lesion depends on the type and location of the lesion, the symptoms experienced and the overall health of the patient. Accordingly, treatment options may be suggested which includes surgery, chemotherapy, medications, occupational and speech therapies etc.
Without a physical examination, it is difficult to understand your problem and the cause of it. I advise you to visit a dermatologist for proper diagnosis of your condition. Based on that, he may recommend the right treatment for your problem which can include antibiotic or anti-inflammatory creams.
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I advise you to please consult a gynecologist for this issue. By assessing and evaluating your problem, they may be able to identify the cause of it. Also, they may suggest some pregnancy tests to confirm whether you are actually pregnant or not as these tests are more reliable compared to home pregnancy tests.
There are many reasons why periods get missed like stress, lifestyle changes etc. If you think it is because of pregnancy, I suggest you to visit a gynecologist and get some pregnancy tests done to confirm it.
Many factors impact the chances of your pregnancy and PCOD is one of them. But it does not mean that you cannot get pregnant if you have PCOD. I advise you to please consult a gynecologist for your issue. Based on proper evaluation and your individual condition, the doctor will suggest some treatments that can help increase the chances of your pregnancy.
I suggest you to not just rely on home pregnancy tests. Please visit a gynecologist instead. The gynecologist will ask you to undergo certain blood tests to check whether you are pregnant or not. Some other reliable methods can also be used to check if you are pregnant. Hope this proved helpful.
Without a proper evaluation and diagnosis, it is difficult to understand the cause of the problem. I suggest taking your mother to a right doctor. Based on your mother's medical history and certain evaluations, he will be able to know the cause of burning feet and hands and can suggest an appropriate treatment. Hope this proved helpful.
Pigmentation is not treated quickly. It takes a while for treatments to work. But you can visit a dermatologist and discuss this. Based on your particular condition, he may suggest some alternative treatments that may work for you like chemical peels, laser treatments, topical creams etc. Hope this helps.