Hi. I am 19 years old, pregnant female. (25 weeks pregnant) and I am sexually active. I have been...
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Hi. I am 19 years old, pregnant female. (25 weeks pregnant) and I am sexually active. I have been experiencing a feminine issue for the past 3 or 4 days. The area around my clitoris is very swollen and feels chafed, and sore to the touch. The skin is also a whitish color rather than pink like normal. Occasionally it is itchy. I asked my doctor 2 days ago and she took a look and decide to run some bloodwork on me. Other than that she really didn't give me much info other than to stop washing myself down there with body wash. So I bought some ph balanced feminine wash and some wipes that are supposed to stop the itch and burn. They have helped minimally in the past two days. Also, when I urinate, at the very end when my bladder is emptied I feel a throbbing pain in my vagina/clitoris. I need some answers. Please help.View Thread
I was just wondering if anyone else is dealing with the frustrating effects of a hiatal hernia in the 3rd or even 2nd trimester? It's when part of your stomach slides up and down in the are of the esophagus known as the hiatus. It bulges in there and creates acid. It started getting annoying around week 16 and since then I have been eating less. I can't eat most of anything, not so much because of the acid, but because I feel full so fast on so little. I cannot have milk or refined sugars now, or anything salty or fatty. I have to sit down for at least an hour after eating because the pressure on my stomach is too much, my legs will feel full of pressure as well. I am trying to deal with it as best as I can, but I am down to about 1200-1500 calories per day, and that's a struggle to get in sometimes. Any help or testimonies will be appreciated, thanks. 1st baby boy due Sept.View Thread
I am 8 weeks pregnant with my 4th child and i am having hiccups several times a day. Pregnancy looks good. Is this normal and what causes them as i didnt have them with my other pregnancies.View Thread
I am in my 26th week of pregnncy. I have been on Blood Thinners (one Cleaxane 40mg injection and Ecosprin 75...
Posted by An_257696
I am in my 26th week of pregnncy. I have been on Blood Thinners (one Cleaxane 40mg injection and Ecosprin 75 daily) since 13th week and as per my Heamatologist, need to continue on the same for full term till 2 days before delivery. Is it possible for me to have a normal delivery without induction as per my current situation? Is planned C section a mandatory option? Please advise.View Thread
I just found out a little over a week ago that my girlfriend is pregnant. This is good new and we are very...
Posted by An_257653
I just found out a little over a week ago that my girlfriend is pregnant. This is good new and we are very excited. We have a big problem though. She has no health insurance. Open enrollment is closed and she makes to much to qualify for medicaid. We don't know what to do. We live in Florida and I was hoping someone could offer some advice. I know this has to be a common issue.View Thread
Hi, I'm looking for some answers on the possibility of pregnancy. I recently had unprotected sex with a woman, three times, while she was on her period and bleeding and I believe I withdrew every time in time, but I cannot remember exactly. I have been unable to find a straight answer and I hope you can help shed some light on my concerns.
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