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Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   hi good morning
Doctor :   good morning
Doctor :   go ahead with ur medical query
User :   i am geting married on next week
Doctor :   ok
User :   my age is 30 and my would be age is 23
Doctor :   ok
User :   we have planed to have our baby after 3 year
Doctor :   ok
User :   does 23 age of a girl is perfact for having sex
Doctor :   yes
Doctor :   she is right for you
User :   what are precation i and my would be should take
Doctor :   u can use condoms or she can adopt family planning methods like pills
Doctor :   to avoid getting pregnant
User :   any side effect of taking pills
Doctor :   it is the safest
Doctor :   more than most women around the world use it
User :   can you advice some pills and how to take
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   Birth control (contraceptive) medications contain hormones (estrogen and progesterone, or progesterone alone). The medications are available in various forms, such as pills, injections (into a muscle), topical (skin) patches, and slow-release systems (vaginal rings, skin implants, and contraceptive-infused intrauterine devices [Mirena]).
Doctor :   Choosing which estrogen and progesterone dose, type, and administration method is highly patient specific, meaning that the choice greatly depends on factors unique to an individual. General goals are to choose a product that provides good menstrual cycle control with the fewest adverse (side) effects and to use the lowest hormone dose possible. After beginning birth control medications, it may be necessary to adjust the dose or to choose a different product.
Doctor :   r u able to understand
Doctor :   if any doubts please ask
Doctor :   Several types of combination birth control pills exist, including monophasic pills, biphasic pills, triphasic pills, and 91-day-cycle pills.
User :   ya trying to understand
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   28 day pill is most widely used
Doctor :   she can use this
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   Twenty-eight-day birth control pill container: Start with the first pill in the container, and swallow 1 daily for 28 days. Do not stop taking the pills. The last 7 pills do not contain hormones and are usually a different color than the other 21 pills in the container. These last 7 pills are sugar pills (some contain an iron supplement) intended to help keep women on schedule taking your pills. A period should start while taking the last 7 pills
User :   ok
User :   does these pills helps to damage the eggs or what
User :   is there any side effect ?
Doctor :   pills work by blocking ovulation (release of an egg from the ovaries), thus preventing pregnancy
Doctor :   or altering mucus in the cervix, which makes it hard for sperm to travel further
Doctor :   changing the endometrium (lining of the uterus) so that it cannot support a fertilized egg
Doctor :   altering the fallopian tubes (the tubes through which eggs move from the ovaries to the uterus) so that they cannot effectively move eggs toward the uterus
Doctor :   The following general side effects apply to all the hormonal birth control medications, regardless of how they are taken (for example, pills, topical patch, injection): nausea, breast tenderness, fluid retention, weight gain, acne, breakthrough bleeding, missed periods, headaches, depression, anxiety, other mood changes,
Doctor :   these are general side effects, it varies from person to person
Doctor :   any doubts
Doctor :   r u tehre
User :   yes
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User :   reading what you send
Doctor :   ok
User :   so it is always advice to use both condom for us and pills for ladies to avoid pragnency
Doctor :   yes
User :   does we get any problem or pain first time during sex
Doctor :   but no contraceptive method alone is 100% fail proof
Doctor :   to be doubly sure
Doctor :   u got to use combination of two methods
Doctor :   first time she might
Doctor :   later she wont
User :   what are thr problem she will face 1st time
Doctor :   when u insert bit of pain
Doctor :   thats it
Doctor :   have foreplay
Doctor :   before that
Doctor :   it should be fine
Doctor :   anything else u want to know about
Doctor :   Thanks for Consulting Health care Magic. IF you find this service helpful please refer your friends and family members.
Doctor :   hi
User :   yes
User :   what is the best frequency to have sex
Doctor :   it depends on you and ur partner
Doctor :   as well
Doctor :   there is no fixed frequency
User :   is there anything like during their periods we should not have sex
Doctor :   number of times u can have intercourse
User :   or if u want baby then at the time or period only we should have sex
Doctor :   what is her duration
Doctor :   of menstrual periods
User :   28 days
User :   not sure
Doctor :   then
Doctor :   from day 8 to 18day
Doctor :   first day being the day one of menstrual bleeding
Doctor :   if only the cycle is regular 28 day cycle
User :   ok
Doctor :   anything else u want to know about
Doctor :   Thanks for Consulting Health care Magic. IF you find this service helpful please refer your friends and family members.
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