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Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by ladyrachy(f): 12:51pm On Aug 20, 2020
pls doctor for someone undergoing irregular menses what day of the cycle can hormonal profile test be done since for three months now no period.
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by As2019: 9:34am On Aug 28, 2020
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Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by 2Ballz(m): 12:01pm On Sep 03, 2020
ladyrachy:
pls doctor for someone undergoing irregular menses what day of the cycle can hormonal profile test be done since for three months now no period.

Whether the cycle is regular or not normal assay convention requires some hormones should be ran early days within when the cycle just began(Estrogen,FSH and LH) and the progesterone should be done at 21st day of the cycle, for the 28days cycle length. This could be adjusted for other cycle length.

Note that this request should be followed in line with a doctor's request as some may request moderation or changes to when some of these hormones could be ran.
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by mabeni(m): 12:21am On Sep 11, 2020
Good morning Docs. Please, what does the scan result below says and should we do to help the baby turn head down. I'm scared.

Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by LeellyBee: 4:42am On Sep 11, 2020
Good morning Doctors, I have been having a slight sharp pain under my abdomen at the right side for a few days now. In four days now I should be in my monthly period. What is the cause and how can it be cure. Thanks
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by 2Ballz(m): 8:45am On Sep 11, 2020
mabeni:
Good morning Docs. Please, what does the scan result below says and should we do to help the baby turn head down. I'm scared.

Your baby in utero is a male by gender. The initial aspect of your OBSS contains various dimension which in quantification can provide knowledge to your baby's exact age or present age of your pregnancy and corresponding weight in direct variation.

The pregnancy is fine and well going. Granuum grading with positioning is also good.
There is still enough time for the baby predictably to turn head down to stir up an engagement.
Should it fails before a certain week (discus with your OBS), your doctor may see the need to do that simple magic on your abdomen to have him turned cervical.
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by 2Ballz(m): 8:48am On Sep 11, 2020
LeellyBee:
Good morning Doctors, I have been having a slight sharp pain under my abdomen at the right side for a few days now. In four days now I should be in my monthly period. What is the cause and how can it be cure. Thanks
Is this your first experience of a lower abdominal complaint before menstruation?
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by Halcyon123(f): 9:09am On Sep 11, 2020
Good morning doctors, am three months post-op for an ectopic pregnancy, my period is back but very scanty. I usually have a 3days flow but is now very scanty and like just a day and I doubt if it will reach 2ml when measured. @ 2Ballz
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by LeellyBee: 1:33pm On Sep 11, 2020
2Ballz:

Is this your first experience of a lower abdominal complaint before menstruation?
Yes Doctor, this is my first experience before my menstruation. This issue got me worried doctor. I need solution on it. Thanks for your response.
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by 2Ballz(m): 11:32am On Nov 07, 2020
LeellyBee:

Yes Doctor, this is my first experience before my menstruation. This issue got me worried doctor. I need solution on it. Thanks for your response.
Sorry to not have answered you this long. I do hope this complaint of yours have been attended else where. All the best.
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by ovalrose(f): 9:37am On Nov 08, 2020
Good morning doc, it's been a while I checked in here. Hope you are great?��

I'm the lady you counseled last time after I had a miscarriage and I'm glad to announce to you I'm expecting again, praise God. I've a concern though.
I took Fansidar for malaria when I was fifteen weeks gone, this is not my first pregnancy so before then I used to feel slight flutters. Now, I noticed that since after taking that medicine, I no longer feel the flutters at all. I am saving for my 20 week ultrasound, otherwise I'd have just gone for scan to be sure my baby is doing okay. I need some expert opinion or reassurance, whichever is appropriate ����

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Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by BeckyChinelo1(f): 3:50pm On Nov 09, 2020
Good afternoon doc. I had a miscarriage last week at 6 weeks and I started bleeding with tissue on the 1st of November and it ended on the 5th of November. Right now I'm having just brown spotting. Do I need to go for evacuation or everything has passed naturally.
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by Chipeculiar: 7:59pm On Nov 09, 2020
Good evening Doctor

Thanks a lot for this group.

I would like to ask.......I had not taken the prenatal drugs before I got pregnant but since i did, i started taking the regular folic acid and minerals.....after sometimes....the drugs nauseas me very badly....I cannot stand the smell neither can I take them. Pregnacare was suggested which I started taking.

Do you think I am on the right track? Kindly advice.....I am about 9wks......I believe it's not too late to get on track
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by 2Ballz(m): 6:56am On Nov 10, 2020
Chipeculiar:
Good evening Doctor

Thanks a lot for this group.

I would like to ask.......I had not taken the prenatal drugs before I got pregnant but since i did, i started taking the regular folic acid and minerals.....after sometimes....the drugs nauseas me very badly....I cannot stand the smell neither can I take them. Pregnacare was suggested which I started taking.

Do you think I am on the right track? Kindly advice.....I am about 9wks......I believe it's not too late to get on track

It's normal to have irritation to the prenatal routine meds after times of use in the beginning of pregnancy especially for first timers. You should not really get bothered about that.

If smells of your routine were your only problem, you could severe your breath for awhile until you have them taken, and move a certain distance away quite sure of having none of them at sight before freeing your breath.

If dosage were the problem, take the least dosage for each, maintain this for awhile before going back to normal use.

Or, spread normal prescribed dose intake over hours of day so that even if you do not have them taken all out once, you would eventually have them taken on different time daily.

It is understandable the need for supplements, however the necessity is not 100% as most of every nutrients is accountable in a well nourished balance diet and fruit and veggies.

You are certainly not wrong supplementing with Pregnacare. You may want to try the other listed choices earlier on to continue use routines.

All the best.
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by 2Ballz(m): 7:09am On Nov 10, 2020
BeckyChinelo1:
Good afternoon doc. I had a miscarriage last week at 6 weeks and I started bleeding with tissue on the 1st of November and it ended on the 5th of November. Right now I'm having just brown spotting. Do I need to go for evacuation or everything has passed naturally.
It is normal to have spotting around days of onset of a miscarriage. This is purely functional.
Since the pregnancy has not gone of age, it is expected and natural to have a complete loss of products of conceptus by normal uterine contraction automation.

Do a pelvic ultrasound (since it was 6wks) to confirm for retained products of conceptus, and if there is, a proper evacuation may be necessary.
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by 2Ballz(m): 7:22am On Nov 10, 2020
ovalrose:
Good morning doc, it's been a while I checked in here. Hope you are great?��

I'm the lady you counseled last time after I had a miscarriage and I'm glad to announce to you I'm expecting again, praise God. I've a concern though.
I took Fansidar for malaria when I was fifteen weeks gone, this is not my first pregnancy so before then I used to feel slight flutters. Now, I noticed that since after taking that medicine, I no longer feel the flutters at all. I am saving for my 20 week ultrasound, otherwise I'd have just gone for scan to be sure my baby is doing okay. I need some expert opinion or reassurance, whichever is appropriate ����

Except benefit of use is greater than risk, it is not advisable to use Fansidar in the first trimester or early weeks to the second trimester. Having written this, use of this drug during pregnancy should be in line with a doctor's directives.

Meanwhile, you have nothing to bother about until you have full checking on the fetus during an ultrasound. This is because several other factors can affect flutter including your being sick.

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Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by BeckyChinelo1(f): 7:59am On Nov 10, 2020
2Ballz:

It is normal to have spotting around days of onset of a miscarriage. This is purely functional.
Since the pregnancy has not gone of age, it is expected and natural to have a complete loss of products of conceptus by normal uterine contraction automation.

Do a pelvic ultrasound (since it was 6wks) to confirm for retained products of conceptus, and if there is, a proper evacuation may be necessary.
Thank you so much. I'll go for the ultrasound on Friday. Thanks and God bless you.
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by Chipeculiar: 11:30am On Nov 10, 2020
Thank you very much for your response.

It's normal to have irritation to the prenatal routine meds after times of use in the beginning of pregnancy especially for first timers. You should not really get bothered about that.

If smells of your routine were your only problem, you could severe your breath for awhile until you have them taken, and move a certain distance away quite sure of having none of them at sight before freeing your breath.

If dosage were the problem, take the least dosage for each, maintain this for awhile before going back to normal use.

Or, spread normal prescribed dose intake over hours of day so that even if you do not have them taken all out once, you would eventually have them taken on different time daily.

It is understandable the need for supplements, however the necessity is not 100% as most of every nutrients is accountable in a well nourished balance diet and fruit and veggies.

You are certainly not wrong supplementing with Pregnacare. You may want to try the other listed choices earlier on to continue use routines.

All the best. [/quote]
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by Giftshaw: 4:50pm On Nov 10, 2020
Good evening doc ...please I was prescribed ciprofloxacin because I had an infection in my pregnancy am 14wks now ..I want to know if I should discontinue my prenatal meds for now till I finish it or can I still take them ?

And secondly is ciprofloxacin safe for 14wks pregnancy? In respect to treatment of infection
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Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by 2Ballz(m): 12:56pm On Nov 13, 2020
Giftshaw:
Good evening doc ...please I was prescribed ciprofloxacin because I had an infection in my pregnancy am 14wks now ..I want to know if I should discontinue my prenatal meds for now till I finish it or can I still take them ?

And secondly is ciprofloxacin safe for 14wks pregnancy? In respect to treatment of infection

Risk to teratogenicity is fair or average. It can be used in the absence of any other antibiotics. It is safe for a 14weeks pregnancy.

Using this drug together with your prenatal routines is obviously the choice of the doctor to make. While not hear from him regarding this.

All the best!
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by BeckyChinelo1(f): 7:07pm On Nov 13, 2020
BeckyChinelo1:
Good afternoon doc. I had a miscarriage last week at 6 weeks and I started bleeding with tissue on the 1st of November and it ended on the 5th of November. Right now I'm having just brown spotting. Do I need to go for evacuation or everything has passed naturally.
Good evening doc. In respect to this I did the scan and was told I have fibroid, and the doctor said I should just try and get pregnant again. I was given vitamin e to take. Here is the result. Is there anything you think I should do?

Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by TinaJoe(f): 8:54pm On Nov 13, 2020
gud evening doc. Pls how can one conceive with endometriosis. I have done HSG, tubes are open, I ovulate well cos I normally do TVS and my hubby's sperm is very ok yet I can't conceive.pls any advice?Will be grateful
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by MorningStar233: 3:56am On Nov 14, 2020
Good morning all, pls doctors in the house I want to do general test to know the state of my reproductive organs, I called a lab and they said it must be done based on doctor's report...where can I do these tests on my own in Lagos pls?
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by 2Ballz(m): 6:18am On Nov 14, 2020
MorningStar233:
Good morning all, pls doctors in the house I want to do general test to know the state of my reproductive organs, I called a lab and they said it must be done based on doctor's report...where can I do these tests on my own in Lagos pls?

What kind of tests you wanted to do that a medical diagnostic centre required a doctor's written note?
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by 2Ballz(m): 6:44am On Nov 14, 2020
TinaJoe:
gud evening doc. Pls how can one conceive with endometriosis. I have done HSG, tubes are open, I ovulate well cos I normally do TVS and my hubby's sperm is very ok yet I can't conceive.pls any advice?Will be grateful

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Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by 2Ballz(m): 7:17am On Nov 14, 2020
BeckyChinelo1:

Good evening doc. In respect to this I did the scan and was told I have fibroid, and the doctor said I should just try and get pregnant again. I was given vitamin e to take. Here is the result. Is there anything you think I should do?

Already the anterior aspect of the uterus has started coming with a large submucosal mass dimension and then the other one below. These masses may be the reason to plan a future myomectomy (remover of the fibroid). Besides their locations are significant to affecting fertility in small percentages and a bleeding duress.

If you have no other complaint added to your vagina spotting, there is little to bother about. Seeking pregnancy should be done with little worry. Another pelvic ultrasound (>3months from the time the first was done) should be done to know if the dimensions are becoming remarkable or not. And if pregnancy has not occurred within this time, you may want to review your fertility status again with your doctor just to be rest assured if the masses were the reasons for your infertility or subfertility.

You may have to prevent use of tangible factors that could aggravate fibroid size. You may want to discuss with your doctor those factors. Meanwhile, the safest relief is remover of these masses.

All the best!
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by MorningStar233: 9:35am On Nov 14, 2020
2Ballz:


What kind of tests you wanted to do that a medical diagnostic centre required a doctor's written note?


Hormonal profile and pelvic scan, just to know the state of my reproductive organs sir
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by BeckyChinelo1(f): 9:37am On Nov 14, 2020
2Ballz:


Already the anterior aspect of the uterus has started coming with a large submucosal mass dimension and then the other one below. These masses may be the reason to plan a future myomectomy (remover of the fibroid). Besides their locations are significant to affecting fertility in small percentages and a bleeding duress.

If you have no other complaint added to your vagina spotting, there is little to bother about. Seeking pregnancy should be done with little worry. Another pelvic ultrasound (>3months from the time the first was done) should be done to know if the dimensions are becoming remarkable or not. And if pregnancy has not occurred within this time, you may want to review your fertility status again with your doctor just to be rest assured if the masses were the reasons for your infertility or subfertility.

You may have to prevent use of tangible factors that could aggravate fibroid size. You may want to discuss with your doctor those factors. Meanwhile, the safest relief is remover of these masses.

All the best!

Thank you doc. But the vaginal spotting I had was after my miscarriage which was from 1st to 5th of this month. I usually don't have any symptoms or anything. Infact I think I'm ovulating right now.
Please can you tell me more about the factors that could aggravate the fibroid size I need to prevent?
Secondly can I carry a pregnancy successful pregnancy with the fibroids?
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by futuremoma34: 10:30am On Nov 14, 2020
BeckyChinelo1:

Thank you doc. But the vaginal spotting I had was after my miscarriage which was from 1st to 5th of this month. I usually don't have any symptoms or anything. Infact I think I'm ovulating right now.
Please can you tell me more about the factors that could aggravate the fibroid size I need to prevent?
Secondly can I carry a pregnancy successful pregnancy with the fibroids?

Hello dear,stop worrying your self too much..remember too much of thinking is not good for you at this time..yes you can carry twins,triplets with fibroids. And only a doctor in the hospital can answer you very well since he has seen you physically.
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by BeckyChinelo1(f): 10:36am On Nov 14, 2020
futuremoma34:


Hello dear,stop worrying your self too much..remember too much of thinking is not good for you at this time..yes you can carry twins,triplets with fibroids. And only a doctor in the hospital can answer you very well since he has seen you physically.
Thank you ma. I think I will just take my mind off it for now. You've really been supportive and encouraging. I appreciate you.
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