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Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   hello
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   ihi
Doctor :   I believe I can help you within my expertise.
User :   i want to concelt regarding lady problem
Doctor :   proceed with your query.
User :   ok
Doctor :   I would be comfortable with English.
User :   should i ask in hindi
Doctor :   But you may ask in Hindi, if you wish it that way.
User :   ok
User :   ok
Doctor :   Ok
User :   i was married on march month and mujhe bot stumach pain rehta hai
User :   and i want pregnent
Doctor :   Are your period regular?
User :   but still i cant conceive baby
User :   yes
Doctor :   Do you have any other problem apart from pain with respect to periods such as reduced bleeding / spotting, periods happening between months?
Doctor :   Do you have any other medical illness such as diabetes, thyroid problems?
User :   so please show me the path
User :   no
Doctor :   Can you confirm if your marriage was this year or previous year March?
User :   no
User :   this year
Doctor :   May I know if there is any problem during sexual intercourse with your partner?
User :   4 month before
User :   no
Doctor :   Let me explain to you.
User :   hello
Doctor :   Pregnancy is affected by various medical conditions.
User :   and one more thing
Doctor :   If your periods have been regular, you do not have any other medical illness and the couples do not face problem during sexual intercourse, then it is difficult to explain the reason for inability to conceive.
User :   after sexual intercourse liquid come out
User :   from my vegina
Doctor :   It is normal to find some amount of seminal fluids regurgitating out.
Doctor :   I suggest that you use pillow under your hips during sexual intercourse
Doctor :   Do not get up for 30 minutes to an hour after sexual intercourse.
Doctor :   This will prevent the regurgitation.
User :   ok
Doctor :   You should be able to conceive soon.
Doctor :   A healthy diet and folic acid 5 mg tablets will be useful supplements while planning for pregnancy.
User :   and my stomach pain
Doctor :   Dysmennorrhea (the stomach crampy pain during periods) are not responsible for inability to concieve.
Doctor :   So do not worry.
User :   no the time of period but it is regular
User :   that pain is diffrent slowly pain alll time
Doctor :   If it is not period pain which you meant, can you specify the location of pain?
Doctor :   Since when are you having this pain?
User :   2 month middle of stomach slidely side also
Doctor :   Is it a dull aching pain or crampy type of pain?
Doctor :   Do you have nausea, vomiting, loose stools, constipation associated with the pain?
User :   hello
User :   dull aching
Doctor :   Do you have any problem while passing urine?
User :   consipation yes
Doctor :   Have you consulted any doctor for this pain?
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Let me explain to you.
Doctor :   The pain which you describe looks more like an intestinal pain
User :   no
Doctor :   not associated with periods.
Doctor :   It is unlikely to play any role in affecting pregnancy.
Doctor :   You can consult a physician, get blood test, ultrasound scans and other test to know the reason for this pain.
User :   ok
Doctor :   Follow a healthy diet containing plenty of fruits and vegetables, folic acid supplements,
Doctor :   increase sexual intercourse during the time of ovulation (that is inbetween your period days).
Doctor :   Use pillow under hips during sexual intercourse.
User :   folic acid supplements it take regularly
Doctor :   These methods will enhance your chances of pregnancy.
Doctor :   Folic acid is given to all women planning pregnancy.
Doctor :   you will need to take this when planning for pregnancy and later till the first 12 weeks of pregnancy.
Doctor :   Have you followed what I have suggested?
Doctor :   Yes,
User :   yes i will
User :   one doubt
Doctor :   Folic acid comes both as tablets and syrups.
User :   folic acid is tablet or liquid
Doctor :   Mainly it comes as tablets,
Doctor :   but some syrups contain this medication along with other nutritional supplements.
User :   it will take regularly till 3 month
Doctor :   The medication needs to be taken while planning for pregnancy
Doctor :   and you are advised to continue this tablet during the pregnancy for the first 3 months.
Doctor :   Yes, it is available at all chemist and pharmacy.
User :   can it available in medical store
Doctor :   Folic acid comes in different names.
Doctor :   I mean brands.
User :   i ask for ( folic acid)
Doctor :   Folvite, Fol 5 are some of the common brands of folic acid.
Doctor :   You may get them at all chemist/pharmacy.
User :   tell me which one i should
Doctor :   Do you have any other query?
Doctor :   Yes.
User :   so you mean i should tell (give me folvite or folic acid )
User :   to chemist
User :   stomach all time i feel hungry
Doctor :   You could be suffering from simple gastritis.
User :   stomach like empty
Doctor :   It could also be a sign of thyroid problems.
Doctor :   I suggest you to consult a doctor and get the test done for the stomach pain.
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting me.
Doctor :   Bye for now.
User :   ok thanks yyou so much i think it full
User :   bye
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