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Things Women May Be Afraid to Ask Their Doctor

  • Posted on- Aug 18, 2017
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There are some health topics that are so embarrassing that women won't even want to talk about them to a doctor. It's not always easy to open up to your doctor especially when you have particularly personal health concern.

Don't wait until something bad comes up! Communicate with a Doctor

1.Why does it smell down there?

When it smells down there, the answer of this question will depend on what kind of smell we are talking about. In general, the smell down there is not supposed to be unpleasant, it should be tolerable.

Somehow, vaginal smell tends to change throughout the menstrual cycle and vaginal odor may become stronger during pregnancy as well.

2.Women find them self less interested in sex. Is there anything she can do about it?

In women's life when menstrual periods stop permanently and drop in estrogen levels may cause sex drive to weak. Prescribed medications are often responsible for sexual problems. You may need a lubrication is sex is painful for you and there could be an underlying medical problem. An honest conversation with your doctor is a good place to start.

3.Difference between STD and STI

An STI is a sexually transmitted infection and an STD is a sexually transmitted disease. STI means that an individual is having an Infection and STD means that an individual is having a Disease. All STDs start out as STIs.

4.When Can We Do It After Childbirth?

Many women are embarrassed to ask their doctor as to when she can start intimacy after childbirth. This will probably depend on how fast a women is recovering or if she is having any injury. She can look alright but if it is still uncomfortable or painful for her, there is no reason to force it. Women should visit a Gynecologist.

5.Why your period may be so heavy

Heavy periods are sometimes caused by understated health problems and they can result in other health issues. Some women have heavy periods all the time, from their very first menstrual flow. It is wise to discuss your heavy periods with your doctor as in future it can lead to anemia or can make you feel weak.

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14-03-2018 12:16 PM

It is truly said that doctor is no more less than God and Lazoi is making this statement true. Thank You Lazoi.

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14-03-2018 12:07 PM

I was suffering from Sexually Transmitted Infection and was a bit hesitated in terms of visiting the doctor. Then, one motivated me to see the doctor and get my treatment done. Don't Hesitate.

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