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Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by uptowngirl(f): 3:54pm On Apr 11, 2008
thanks doc,i truly appreciate.yeah i squeez my nipples before i see the secretion.its kind of like milk anyway.pls wat is galactorrhea?what causes it?what are the signs and symptoms?is there a cure/treatment?i would really like to know and is there any way to know that i dont have this?thanks alot for ur anticipated response.u have done well.
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by Cadet(f): 9:12pm On Apr 11, 2008
@Kathyekiti
heavy periods? kind of. but it only last for 4 days.
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by shalata: 9:52am On Apr 12, 2008
doc kathyekiti thanks for your reply via mail and here
may GOD bless you
doc pls explain more on that pls i quote you
(My main advice would be the use of prenatal vitamins prior to conception.)
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by kathyekiti: 8:36pm On Apr 12, 2008
@goldenhand

There is the belief that if you have sex one the same day you ovulate, you will have a male child because the Y sperm swims faster because it is lighter. Good luck
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by kathyekiti: 8:37pm On Apr 12, 2008
@comoibo
The pill doesn't affect your future fertility
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by kathyekiti: 8:38pm On Apr 12, 2008
@uptowngirl
Don't squeeze your nipples. You are cured. However, if you start having menstrual irregularities. You need to see your gyn.
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by kathyekiti: 8:39pm On Apr 12, 2008
@ cadet
Your heavy periods can lead to iron deficiency anemia which would explain your fatigue. You need to see your gyn to check for fibroids.
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by kathyekiti: 8:40pm On Apr 12, 2008
@shalata

Folic acid is very important in the development of the nervous system. This development is undergoing before a woman realizes that she is pregnant so it is important to have folic acid supplementation as early as possible
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by Cadet(f): 12:08am On Apr 13, 2008
Thanks doc:-)
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by kathyekiti: 2:27am On Apr 13, 2008
@ cadet
Anytime. smiley
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by topssy(m): 10:04pm On Apr 13, 2008
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Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by olababe(f): 11:10am On Apr 15, 2008
hi Doc,

Thanks so much for the good job, you'll cont to grow in God's wisdom.

please i have a question, i'm three months preg and i have a wound on my leg which i've been treating and putting streptomycin until i read yesterday that it's not suppose to be used in pregnancy as it caused deafness in the child.

how true is this, and what can i use on my wound for quick healing?

thanks
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by kathyekiti: 1:08am On Apr 16, 2008
@olababe
First take a deep breath, stop using the streptomycin, get to a doctor. The good news is that you were using topical streptomycin. Relax but go to the doctor to take a look at the wound. There are several antibiotics that are safe for use during pregnancy
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by olababe(f): 9:59am On Apr 16, 2008
thanks so much kathy for your quick response.

i indeed took a deep breath, thanks i was at the hospital this morning and the doctor said penicillin injection powder will be okay instead.

what do u think?
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by kathyekiti: 11:37pm On Apr 16, 2008
@olababe
Totally safe in pregnancy. Good luck
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by shalata: 6:12pm On Apr 20, 2008
Thanks a lot Doc. Kathy, May God bless you
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by Nobody: 3:10am On Apr 21, 2008
Hey doc,
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by Aladunni(f): 12:58pm On Apr 21, 2008
Folic acid is very important in the development of the nervous system. This development is undergoing before a woman realizes that she is pregnant so it is important to have folic acid supplementation as early as possible

@kathy

before or after conception?

if its before, how many months before?

Either folic acid or multi-vitamins, is six months before conception ridiculous? Just to be on the safe side.
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by f4flakes(f): 4:09pm On Apr 21, 2008
Hi Kathy,

I've been using folic acid prior to conception but i am wondering if i should change to one of the pre -natal vitamins? what do u reckon

Thanks
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by kathyekiti: 10:17pm On Apr 21, 2008
hi stillwater
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by kathyekiti: 10:18pm On Apr 21, 2008
@oladunni

before conception. folic acid is not stored so just start taking the vitamins once you decide to have a baby
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by kathyekiti: 10:20pm On Apr 21, 2008
@f4flakes

The "hottest" thing in vitamins right now is DHA or omega acids. We know that there are a lot of benfits to the developing child but also to the mother e.g. reduced risk of preterm labor and preeclampsia. If possible, I would suggest using not just folic acid but a DHA containing prenatal vitamin.
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by deor03(m): 10:45pm On Apr 21, 2008
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Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by Aladunni(f): 9:20am On Apr 22, 2008
:p
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by f4flakes(f): 5:26pm On Apr 22, 2008
Anybody know of a good hospital in Lagos. I mean one with good gynaecologist/OB ? Thanks
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by kathyekiti: 1:41am On Apr 23, 2008
@deor03

Your wife, by the story you give about her periods, is likely anovulatory. This means that she doesn't produce and egg monthly. This is easily corrected depending on her age. However, even if this is corrected and you are not around, conception is impossible. I would advise you to prioritize. The yeast infection has no bearing on fertility. If this is the first time, she is one of billions of women. Good luck
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by kathyekiti: 1:44am On Apr 23, 2008
@aladunni
what would u like to know?
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by Aladunni(f): 8:57am On Apr 23, 2008
@ kathy

my pee was was not smelly like that until that time, what could be responsible for that?

thanks in advance
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by TreasureJ(f): 12:14pm On Apr 23, 2008
@kathyekiti

Your wife, by the story you give about her periods, is likely anovulatory.  This means that she doesn't produce and egg monthly.  This is easily corrected depending on her age.  However, even if this is corrected and you are not around, conception is impossible.  I would advise you to prioritize.  The yeast infection has no bearing on fertility.  If this is the first time, she is one of billions of women.  Good luck


Doc, please how can this be corrected? thanks very much for the job you are doing, God is surely your rewarder.
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by shalata: 4:44pm On Apr 23, 2008
doc kathy,
i went to see my gyne i explain all to him
he advice to make another preg test even after bleeding for 1odays
and pelvic scan

doc the preg show positive and the scan show nothing and i will by Gods grace make another scan view in 3weeks time.

what do you think?and my LMP was 1st march and the my gyne says it cound be 7weeks max and 5weeks mim
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by MyPeace(f): 11:33am On Apr 24, 2008
kathyekiti:

@deor03

Your wife, by the story you give about her periods, is likely anovulatory. This means that she doesn't produce and egg monthly. This is easily corrected depending on her age. However, even if this is corrected and you are not around, conception is impossible. I would advise you to prioritize. The yeast infection has no bearing on fertility. If this is the first time, she is one of billions of women. Good luck


Treasure J:



Doc, please how can this be corrected? thanks very much for the job you are doing, God is surely your rewarder.

please answer this.  thx
Re: Doctor In The House:Obstetrics And Gynecology by kathyekiti: 1:46am On Apr 25, 2008
@mypeace
While I understand your wish for me to help the poster. I am not online everyday. So I humbly request patience on the part of posters.

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