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Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by 2Ballz(m): 9:36am On Aug 03, 2020
Happiness6063:
Please I have a question, I've been ttcing for 2years and my period has been btw 31-33days. And this month I saw my period on 24th. Meanwhile, my period ended 2nd of July. That means I'm seeing it twice and at 24days interval. I'm really worried, my period has always been scanty for the past 1year and 8months. Pls what could be the problem?
While it is normal to experience a shortened cycle for cycles below 25days the gross fall from a long cycle length experience,might be termed irregular. If this is your first time of experiencing this, it could be normal and stress related or any other normal factor in all together.

A normal menses should flow at least 2-7 days range, the pull is determined by alterations in the ovarian hormones as well by certain internal and external environmental factors. So, it won't be enough to say something about your reproductive functions by the mere observation of your flow. We would still want to know if are observing ovulation even though your flow has been scanty.

You may likely want to know if any thing or changes somewhere might have been responsible for this. First, see a doctor about this. He may have a normal physical and pelvic exam done to rule off some suspicious causes at focus. Or by indepth, seek a pelvic ultrasound for structural defects and hormonal profiling for selective hormones controlling the cycle.
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by Apcexchange: 8:40pm On Aug 03, 2020
Pls what is the best medication for someone with 18% sperm motility
I have treated the staph and ecoli infection
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by Apcexchange: 8:40pm On Aug 03, 2020
Pls what is the best medication for someone with 18% sperm motility
I have treated the staph and ecoli infection
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by 2Ballz(m): 6:51am On Aug 04, 2020
Apcexchange:
Pls what is the best medication for someone with 18% sperm motility

I have treated the staph and ecoli infection
Kindly have us view the full report analysis of your semen than presenting a part of it.
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by Apcexchange: 7:45am On Aug 04, 2020
2Ballz:

Kindly have us view the full report analysis of your semen than presenting a part of it.

Sir attached is the complete result

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Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by 2Ballz(m): 6:50am On Aug 05, 2020
Apcexchange:

Sir attached is the complete result
When did you have the E. coli and S. aureus infection treated? After the treatment, have you gone to repeat analysis for improvement?
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by Apcexchange: 6:21pm On Aug 05, 2020
2Ballz:

When did you have the E. coli and S. aureus infection treated?
After the treatment, have you gone to repeat analysis for improvement?

I started the treatment since last month.
I took 10 injections and after that I continued with another set of tablets
Metrodonazole and levofloxacine.

Though I have not gone to recheck if i the infection is completely gone.

But i just feel like I'm free from the infection but i will still do the check but please I'm very much concerned about the sperm motility rate. because it's way too low.

Is there any hope for me?

How can I start improving it, and how long would it take to become normal
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by 2Ballz(m): 7:39am On Aug 06, 2020
Apcexchange:


I started the treatment since last month.
I took 10 injections and after that I continued with another set of tablets
Metrodonazole and levofloxacine.

Though I have not gone to recheck if i the infection is completely gone.

But i just feel like I'm free from the infection but i will still do the check but please I'm very much concerned about the sperm motility rate. because it's way too low.

Is there any hope for me?

How can I start improving it, and how long would it take to become normal
10 injections of what? of antibiotics?
Which antibiotics to say?

You have already done the said treatment for an infection, it is expected to have another SFA done at least a month from when the first one is done to confirm or rule out infection as the primary agent to the disabling motility of your spermatozoons.

Be patient! Maintain a good personal hygiene and a good balance diet, take fruit, avoid wearing multiple pants , no hard drug use/ no smoking/reduce alcohol use and attend to your personal stress on daily basis...

If you can sustain these then expect motility will improve.
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by Apcexchange: 10:35am On Aug 06, 2020
2Ballz:

10 injections of what? of antibiotics?
Which antibiotics to say?

You have already done the said treatment for an infection, it is expected to have another SFA done at least a month from when the first one is done to confirm or rule out infection as the primary agent to the disabling motility of your spermatozoons.

Be patient! Maintain a good personal hygiene and a good balance diet, take fruit, avoid wearing multiple pants , no hard drug use/ no smoking/reduce alcohol use and attend to your personal stress on daily basis...

If you can sustain these then expect motility will improve.

Yes it was antibiotics though i don't know the exact type of antibiotics.

Alright thanks so much, i will follow the above procedures.

But are there drugs that can help me in the improvement currently.??
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by ifyjanie: 10:49am On Aug 06, 2020
Good day Doc, I have been trying to conceive for more than 10 years without success, firstly my husband was diagnosed with low sperm count, but June this year his sperm count reads 51.8 x10 raise to power 6 celld/Ejaculate, Total motility is 40%, sperm viability (HOS) >50%. The final analysis says Normozoospermia. What do you think?
Recently I was diagnosed with uterine fibroid and I went for HSG, yet no conception, what should I do, I am 42 this year. How can I boost my egg and what supplements should I take to boost my chances of conception while we save up for IVF.
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by ifyjanie: 10:56am On Aug 06, 2020
ifyjanie:
Good day Doc, I have been trying to conceive for more than 10 years without success, firstly my husband was diagnosed with low sperm count, but June this year his sperm count reads 51.8 x10 raise to power 6 celld/Ejaculate, Total motility is 40%, sperm viability (HOS) >50%. The final analysis says Normozoospermia. What do you think?
Recently I was diagnosed with uterine fibroid and I went for HSG, yet no conception, what should I do, I am 42 this year. How can I boost my egg and what supplements should I take to boost my chances of conception while we save up for IVF.

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Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by ifyjanie: 10:57am On Aug 06, 2020
Please find the full analysis of my husband's sperm check in June 2020
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by Kimzylove(f): 11:13am On Aug 06, 2020
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Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by Olukokosir(m): 3:36pm On Aug 06, 2020
Good afternoon Doc, I will try to be brief sir. I noticed a lump beside my neck a year ago and early this year, I went to the hospital for examination, needle aspiration was done and I was told to go for surgery. I did that on May this year but couldn't remove all cus I was told some surrounding veins should not be tampered with. 2 weeks later, the result came out and I was told I have Non-hodgkin Lymphoma..

Being a private hospital, I was referred to a general hospital and when I was examined thoroughly and ask different questions which I answered negativity to it, the consultant insisted I do chemotherapy and radiation based on my first report.


I showed the blood test to some doctor friends online and they said they are not convinced it's Non-hodgkin Lymphoma because of my age, method of carrying out the test, and since I'm not exhibiting any symptoms associated with Non-hodgkin Lymphoma..

I was supposed to start chemotherapy treatment and radiation but due the financial problem, I have not been able to.

I need advice on this..


The big lump has been removed with one other with about 6 lumps still beside my neck

Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by apadiduntaiwo(m): 5:25pm On Aug 06, 2020
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Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by apadiduntaiwo(m): 5:37pm On Aug 06, 2020
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Olukokosir:
Good afternoon Doc, I will try to be brief sir. I noticed a lump beside my neck a year ago and early this year, I went to the hospital for examination, needle aspiration was done and I was told to go for surgery. I did that on May this year but couldn't remove all cus I was told some surrounding veins should not be tampered with. 2 weeks later, the result came out and I was told I have Non-hodgkin Lymphoma..

Being a private hospital, I was referred to a general hospital and when I was examined thoroughly and ask different questions which I answered negativity to it, the consultant insisted I do chemotherapy and radiation based on my first report.


I showed the blood test to some doctor friends online and they said they are not convinced it's Non-hodgkin Lymphoma because of my age, method of carrying out the test, and since I'm not exhibiting any symptoms associated with Non-hodgkin Lymphoma..

I was supposed to start chemotherapy treatment and radiation but due the financial problem, I have not been able to.

I need advice on this..


The big lump has been removed with one other with about 6 lumps still beside my neck

Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by Soloblincus(m): 9:21pm On Aug 06, 2020
Good evening doctor. My wife was supposed to see her period on the 4th of this month. This is 9pm on the 6th and she is yet to see her period. What could be the cause?
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by 2Ballz(m): 8:34am On Aug 07, 2020
Soloblincus:
Good evening doctor. My wife was supposed to see her period on the 4th of this month. This is 9pm on the 6th and she is yet to see her period. What could be the cause?
It is actually too early to worry about a miss. It is normal to experience a miss as the hormones controlling the menstrual cycle are usually affected by several factors both internally and externally.

Is this her first time of experiencing a miss?
Does she has an history of irregular menstrual cycle?
Was she sick before now?
Has she been on any form of medications, or she just started using some medications including vitamins?
Is she experiencing a change in her mood or expressively being active?

Does this miss follows with signs and symptoms associating with early pregnancy?
If she is having such signs and symptoms, she could try some home pregnancy test to confirm for pregnancy. But if she has tried and it came out negative, she should be relax and confident that her will certainly show when it necessary.

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Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by 2Ballz(m): 8:41am On Aug 07, 2020
Olukokosir:
Good afternoon Doc, I will try to be brief sir. I noticed a lump beside my neck a year ago and early this year, I went to the hospital for examination, needle aspiration was done and I was told to go for surgery. I did that on May this year but couldn't remove all cus I was told some surrounding veins should not be tampered with. 2 weeks later, the result came out and I was told I have Non-hodgkin Lymphoma..

Being a private hospital, I was referred to a general hospital and when I was examined thoroughly and ask different questions which I answered negativity to it, the consultant insisted I do chemotherapy and radiation based on my first report.


I showed the blood test to some doctor friends online and they said they are not convinced it's Non-hodgkin Lymphoma because of my age, method of carrying out the test, and since I'm not exhibiting any symptoms associated with Non-hodgkin Lymphoma..

I was supposed to start chemotherapy treatment and radiation but due the financial problem, I have not been able to.

I need advice on this..


The big lump has been removed with one other with about 6 lumps still beside my neck
Seek the help of the Haematologist consultant of the Pathology Dep. of any University Teaching Hospital for a relief to this issue.
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by 2Ballz(m): 9:01am On Aug 07, 2020
Kimzylove:
Hello Doc, For over 2 years i have become addicted to Buscopam.. My period comes with so much pain and the pain starts 2-3 days before my period. So i take buscopam 2 tablets:morning and night(my prescription). I just want to ask if this has a side effect.
Buscopan affects the parasympathetic control of the body. Side effects are noticed by the numbers of receptors they covered controlled by this system. Effects hence will last naturally by drug limit to function. Since Buscopan does not act long,effect( positive or negative) may generally not stay long provided that dosage to prescription is kept.
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by Kimzylove(f): 9:04am On Aug 07, 2020
2Ballz:

Buscopan affects the parasympathetic control of the body. Side effects are noticed by the numbers of receptors they covered controlled by this system. Effects hence will last naturally by drug limit to function. Since Buscopan does not act long,effect( positive or negative) may generally not stay long provided that dosage to prescription is kept.

Thank you so much but do you feel i should discontinue it since it wasn't prescribed by any Doc. If you were to prescribe it, what would your prescription be?
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by 2Ballz(m): 9:20am On Aug 07, 2020
ifyjanie:
Good day Doc, I have been trying to conceive for more than 10 years without success, firstly my husband was diagnosed with low sperm count, but June this year his sperm count reads 51.8 x10 raise to power 6 celld/Ejaculate, Total motility is 40%, sperm viability (HOS) >50%. The final analysis says Normozoospermia. What do you think?
Recently I was diagnosed with uterine fibroid and I went for HSG, yet no conception, what should I do, I am 42 this year. How can I boost my egg and what supplements should I take to boost my chances of conception while we save up for IVF.
Normozoospermia means, a healthy spermatozoons by reason of comparison to acceptable standards. Motility is 40%, this is way below reference but by all means not bad. Sometimes one or two criteria may not just fit in but that does not totally write off the SFA as a terrible one. With time motility will boost up provided he keeps to normal life changes and good personal health hygiene practice.

What have you done on your own?
Do you have problem observing ovulation?
Do you experience irregular menstrual cycle?
Have you done a TVS to check for size of your ovaries and follow up with hormonal profiling for your reproductive hormones to write off POF?

Better still, use my link to privacy for timely interaction. Note that privacy follows with charges.
Link: https:///2348176371308
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by gracygem100: 3:25am On Aug 09, 2020
Good morning Dr, I gave birth in September 2018 and since then I haven't seen my period. I went to see d Dr in June and he prescribed Primolut-N for 2weeks. After d dosage, I saw light bleeding which lasted for 2days and till now no period again. I was asked to take another dosage of the drug again. Do I still go ahead pls though I have some doubts?
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by Omo2020: 2:11pm On Aug 13, 2020
Sleekbaby:
Doc tnx 4 being dere 4 us, plz i hv itching n vaginal dscharge early last month wch made me 2 visit hospital n after series of test d result said profuse growth of candida albicans after 24hrs of incubation @ 37 degree celsus, i hv tkn d drug d doc prescribed, d itchin n dscharge hv stopped bt its stil dia wot do i do, (2) i notice dt each time i hv sex wit my hubby if i stnd up d sperm wil com out in watery form, plz i nid ur help. Tnx in advance
pls ma I need to ask you a question on this..thanks
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by Akatta(m): 2:21pm On Aug 13, 2020
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Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by kathyekiti: 11:05pm On Aug 13, 2020
2Ballz:

Normozoospermia means, a healthy spermatozoons by reason of comparison to acceptable standards. Motility is 40%, this is way below reference but by all means not bad. Sometimes one or two criteria may not just fit in but that does not totally write off the SFA as a terrible one. With time motility will boost up provided he keeps to normal life changes and good personal health hygiene practice.

What have you done on your own?
Do you have problem observing ovulation?
Do you experience irregular menstrual cycle?
Have you done a TVS to check for size of your ovaries and follow up with hormonal profiling for your reproductive hormones to write off POF?

Better still, use my link to privacy for timely interaction. Note that privacy follows with charges.
Link: https:///2348176371308
2Ballz:

Normozoospermia means, a healthy spermatozoons by reason of comparison to acceptable standards. Motility is 40%, this is way below reference but by all means not bad. Sometimes one or two criteria may not just fit in but that does not totally write off the SFA as a terrible one. With time motility will boost up provided he keeps to normal life changes and good personal health hygiene practice.

What have you done on your own?
Do you have problem observing ovulation?
Do you experience irregular menstrual cycle?
Have you done a TVS to check for size of your ovaries and follow up with hormonal profiling for your reproductive hormones to write off POF?

Better still, use my link to privacy for timely interaction. Note that privacy follows with charges.
Link: https:///2348176371308

Charges?
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by Sleekbaby(f): 9:55am On Aug 14, 2020
Omo2020:
pls ma I need to ask you a question on this..thanks


I wish I could answer your question, it was actually my friend that used my phone to ask the question because I have not gotten married by the time the question was asked but you can still ask me if you still wish to. I will answer you to the best of my knowledge.
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by Soloblincus(m): 10:58am On Aug 14, 2020
2Ballz:

It is actually too early to worry about a miss. It is normal to experience a miss as the hormones controlling the menstrual cycle are usually affected by several factors both internally and externally.

Is this her first time of experiencing a miss?
Does she has an history of irregular menstrual cycle?
Was she sick before now?
Has she been on any form of medications, or she just started using some medications including vitamins?
Is she experiencing a change in her mood or expressively being active?

Does this miss follows with signs and symptoms associating with early pregnancy?
If she is having such signs and symptoms, she could try some home pregnancy test to confirm for pregnancy. But if she has tried and it came out negative, she should be relax and confident that her will certainly show when it necessary.

Use My private link to support should she needs further assistance on privacy with charges following.
she actually took sodium ascorbate vitamin. But we did a blood pregnancy test 2 days ago and it came out positve. Are you trying to say the vitamin influenced the missed period or the blood test is not accurate? Just asking pls
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by honeyjoy77: 5:04pm On Aug 19, 2020
Good day doctors in the house, please I'm 10weeks pregnant but I noticed traces of blood. Pls is there anything wrong because am scared.
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by Omo2020: 8:54pm On Aug 19, 2020
Sleekbaby:



I wish I could answer your question, it was actually my friend that used my phone to ask the question because I have not gotten married by the time the question was asked but you can still ask me if you still wish to. I will answer you to the best of my knowledge.
am experiencing this, just want to know how ur friend go about with the treatment.thanks
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by Sleekbaby(f): 9:25pm On Aug 19, 2020
Omo2020:
am experiencing this, just want to know how ur friend go about with the treatment.thanks

I don't even know, I will ask her but there is this group I follow on Facebook, Askthegyneacologist, you can join the group, go through the pages and you might find answers to your questions.
I have another group on Facebook I will recommend to you but I have forgotten the name, I will check the name up and get back to you.

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