General women's health • Dark brown, short periods
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by sophiebubbles91
6M ago
Hey, I’m 32 and came off the pill after 18 years. The last 2 months my periods have been strange. They have been shorter and have been dark brown blood with dried flecks in it. I’m really worried and started Googling it (I shouldn’t have) but it’s talking about menopause or hormone imbalance. I’m really scared as I want to have kids with my new partner. Has anyone else experienced this and can reassure me? Thanks xxxx Statistics: Posted by sophiebubbles91 — Sun Aug 27, 2023 12:27 pm ..read more
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General women's health • Did I have a miscarriage?
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by ella1234
7M ago
Hello so back in May/ June I started to suspect that I was pregnant. I’m on birth control but I started getting weird symptoms like sore breasts, stomach cramps, food tasted different, odd cravings like meat even though I’m a vegetarian. I was going to take a pregnancy test but decided to do it after a week long family vacation, because if I tested positive I didn’t want that in my mind while stuck with my family on vacation.. Last day of the vacation I managed to get food poisoning or some sort of stomach virus. I couldn’t eat for 5 days, anything I ate just came right out again. On the 3rd ..read more
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General women's health • Re: Which abortion is safer according to you, medical or surgical?
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by MissCandyGirl
8M ago
I've never had an abortion but I know it is no easy decision: the potential mother is going through a tough time. Now I'd put the child up for adoption, rather than abort him/her. I was raised to be quite religious and this has stuck with me. HOWEVER, there ARE times when abortion is a valid thing to do: like if the mother would die through child-birth and other reasons. I certainly won't stand on my soapbox, BUT I would stick with adoption, if possible. Statistics: Posted by MissCandyGirl — Sun Jul 02, 2023 10:58 am ..read more
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General women's health • Re: Apologies if this is inappropriate -- my wife seems to always be tired
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by MissCandyGirl
8M ago
I'm not a doctor, but I can try to provide some general information that might help you understand the situation better. It's important to note that consulting a healthcare professional is always the best course of action for addressing specific health concerns. Insomnia can indeed be a possible cause of constant tiredness. Insomnia is a sleep disorder characterized by difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, or both. It can lead to sleep deprivation, daytime fatigue, and a range of other symptoms. Stress, anxiety, lifestyle factors, and hormonal changes (such as those occurring during per ..read more
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General women's health • Re: Apologies if this is inappropriate -- my wife seems to always be tired
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by divyasharma
8M ago
I'm not a doctor, but I can try to provide some general information that might help you understand the situation better. It's important to note that consulting a healthcare professional is always the best course of action for addressing specific health concerns. Insomnia can indeed be a possible cause of constant tiredness. Insomnia is a sleep disorder characterized by difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, or both. It can lead to sleep deprivation, daytime fatigue, and a range of other symptoms. Stress, anxiety, lifestyle factors, and hormonal changes (such as those occurring during peri ..read more
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General women's health • Re: Sharp Pain During Sex
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by desrochesmedicalclinic
8M ago
The symptoms you described could potentially be related to various factors, including muscle strain, internal inflammation, or even a possible gynaecological issue. However, it's crucial to consult with a healthcare provider for a proper diagnosis and personalized advice. They will be able to evaluate your symptoms, and medical history, and perform any necessary examinations or tests to determine the cause of your pain. It's always recommended to openly discuss any concerns or symptoms with your healthcare provider, as they are best equipped to provide accurate guidance and appropriate treatme ..read more
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General women's health • Which abortion is safer according to you, medical or surgical?
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by hersmartchoice
9M ago
Hello everyone, I wanted to open up a discussion about the safety of medical and surgical abortions. I understand that this is a sensitive and personal topic, but I believe it's important to have a respectful discussion and share our perspectives based on knowledge and experiences. Statistics: Posted by hersmartchoice — Tue Jun 13, 2023 2:58 am ..read more
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General women's health • Re: Sharp Pain During Sex
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by athena123456
9M ago
If you experience sharp pain during sex, it's important to consult with a healthcare professional, such as a gynecologist or a urologist, for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate treatment. There are several potential causes for this type of pain, including: Lack of lubrication: Insufficient lubrication can lead to discomfort or pain during sex. This can be addressed by using a water-based lubricant to reduce friction. Vaginal infections: Infections such as yeast infections or bacterial vaginosis can cause pain during sex. These infections usually come with other symptoms like itching, disc ..read more
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General women's health • Re: Feels like there is something in my vagina
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by athena123456
9M ago
Sensations or feelings of something in the vagina can be concerning, and it's important to consult with a healthcare professional for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate advice. There are several possible reasons for this sensation, including: Vaginal infection: Infections such as yeast infections, bacterial vaginosis, or sexually transmitted infections (STIs) can cause discomfort, itching, or a sensation of something being "off" in the vaginal area. Vaginal dryness: Lack of lubrication can cause discomfort and a feeling of dryness or irritation in the vagina. This can occur due to hormona ..read more
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General women's health • Re: Period problems and fertility
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by divyasharma
10M ago
I'm not a doctor, but I can try to provide some general information that might be helpful to you. Irregular periods can be caused by various factors other than PCOS, such as hormonal imbalances, thyroid issues, stress, weight fluctuations, and certain medical conditions. It's important to note that only a qualified healthcare professional can accurately diagnose the underlying cause of your symptoms. If you've already been tested for PCOS and the results came back negative, it's possible that there could be another underlying issue contributing to your irregular periods. In such cases, it mig ..read more
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