Conditions with symptom: 'confusion'
Hi, I haven't had my period since January and I know I'm not pregnant for 2 reasons 1 I never have unprotected sex and 2 my doctor tested and it was negative and I test twice and they were both negative. This is causing me quite a bit of worry and confusion.
dont worry you will be fine prob u get it bk hopefully
I am asking on behalf of my mother who is 45. She is 45 and is starting her menopause, however she has some concern about her symptoms, which are; hot flushes temperamental aggitated lethargic confusion irregular periods She would like a solution to be rid of/or control these symptoms, as they are making her life more difficult and thus making her depressed. Please reply soon,thanks!
I'm an 18 year old girl and after years of confusion and questions i feel i should ask my question, my urethra is just inside the opening of my vagina and is BELOW my vagina, not in between my clitoris and vagina opening, i realise that this isn't the normal placement and i wonder if this is at all abnormal or dangerous? Help!
If your 2 days into your period and you mastibate then your period stops what does this mean? I need to know this for a friend not for me... She's worried as her period isn't over but she isn't sure why it has carried on? Can anyone help?
i had a gastric bypass eight weeks ago, i have only been able to eat around a hundred calories a day; i had an edoscope test and the consultant said i have h pylori which i have been treated for and a small pouch, he gave me some fortisips however the sugar gives me dumping, i have been to see my gp as i am getting pain in my lower back and pain in my stomach radiating to my middle back and feeling very sick i even have terrible cramps in my legs and have bouts of confusion and feeling faint, my gp doesnt seem concerned and just advised that it takes 3-6 months before u feel better, has anyone else had these problems?
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