What tests are required to know about my sexual life and pregnancy ?
Hi Dr Sir My marriage is next month I want a fruitful married life with my sex and child birth Plz tell me which tests will be indicate that my sextual life and child birth will be satitisfactory? My age is 38/height is 5ft 4 inches,weight is 63 kg My USG(a little fibroids ) thyroid report is ok/Other what tests will be required for my married life and my child birth? Regards Mam
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your age is 38 n usg shows fibroids, you should get USG for follicular study, then you come to know about your ovulation status, if it is normal nothing to be bother, about fibroid you should consult with your treating doc n start proper treatment. you may get everything that you want.
Dr aseem saraswat
I would suggest you to seek the help of a gynaecologist immediately for pregnancy. As your age is already 38, it is important that you do not waste further time because with age pregnancy complications can increase.
Hi SWAGATA SAMANTA,
Don't be a nervous wreck. At your age and with many fibroids, many have conceived and delivered healthy babies. Don't do any more tests now. After marriage, enjoy the married life for at least 6 months and then if you have not conceived by that time, consult a gynecologist who will advise the necessary tests not only for you but also for your husband.
Maintain a positive attitude in life and every thing will be fine.
Wish you a very happy and satisfied long married life.
Hello.welcome.My advice to you is to just let the things happen of their own.Sex is a emotional union taking place at physical level.Foremost thing would be to have love between you.Sex will take place automatically.As far as child is concerned think about it after few months of marriage and also for pregnancy to take place both the partners have to be healthy and not alone you.Good luck.
Answered: Tue, 20 Sep 2011
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