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If you got an STD from a long time female friend who was just a friend with benefits. How would you re-act?

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2011

Please give me your honest re-action. I told her about the STD yesterday and she was in shock…. Do you think she knew she had something…. The STD I got was curable thank god.

if one has cancer, and they get surgery to remove the tumor, would they still have cancer or are they perfectl?

Saturday, April 30th, 2011

im haertbroken. today i overheard my parents talking about my dad, who got diagnosed with prostate cancer. hes 70. im only 14 but anyways im really sad and i hope this all isnt true. we have a very low income as well (40K ish?) but luckily my brother got a full scholarship this year to stanford. im really sad and i heard my mom talking to my dad about how he has to get surgery because in our family, health comes before money. but isnt surgery like $20,000? thats half our income! so im really concerned and im about to cry :(

What would cause a 24 year old female to have blood in her stool?

Thursday, April 28th, 2011

The last few year or so I have had intermittent abdominal discomfort, usually after eating. I tracked what I was eating to see if I noticed any patterns based on what I ate, but couldn’t find any- it varied from consistently to randomly. Things were okay for a few weeks, but the last couple weeks it has been flaring up again. I will have cramping and then need to have a bowel movement, and the stools are normally soft, if not diarrhea, and frequent (2-3 times a day) bowel movements.

Today, after another uncomfortable stomach ache and soft bowel movement, I noticed there was dark red blood in my stool- it looked worked in with it, not like it was just bleeding from the bowel movement process. When I wiped, there was also some dark red blood.

I’m concerned because dark blood in my stool along with the abdominal problems I have from time to time doesn’t seem like a good sign of anything.

I have a history of ovarian tumors/cyts and I see a gynecological oncologist every couple months for follow ups, and have an ovarian cyst that is currently being monitored, which I thought was part of the reason behind my abdominal pain, but now that I have bloody stools I am not so sure.

I am a 24 years old, and female (obviously).

What could this be and should I make a doctor’s appointment ASAP and who with? My gyn onc? My university health center?

Also, there is a history of colo-rectal cancer in my mom’s side of the family. She actually saw a geneticist at the Mayo Clinic and my family has a specific gene that carries colorectal, pancreatic and prostate cancer, though the only ones who have had cancer have been in their 70s

What would be a good birth control option for me?

Tuesday, April 12th, 2011

I am 18 years old, and had a baby 6 months ago. I only have one partner (my husband) so no worry about stds or anything. I have tried Mirena and completely hate it. I feel bloated, crampy, nauseous, had food cravings, weight gain, and always have a “theirs something inside me” feeling. My husband can feel the strings, and the only good thing about it is i don’t have much of a period (a thick mucus blob is more like it) and I cant get pregnant no way no how. My chanced of getting pregnant are the same as a woman sleeping with a man who had a vasectomy or her tubed tyed. I’m about to have it taken out to donate a cycle of eggs to a infertile couple and was wondering your opinion on a good birth control option, and your experience with it (if any). I’m weary about going on the pill because, to be honest, I forget. Something once a week or less is better, and has to be safe for breastfeeding.

What would be the culprit after a series of std testing is negative?

Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011

Many months after an unprotected sexual incident, symptoms of STDs are still there. Yet all tests are negative, and I don’t have a yeast infection or bacterial vaginosis. It feels like I am suffering from an infected episiotomy or tear, there is yellowish discharge, and the bottom of my vaginal opening is very red. There is discomfort from clitoris to rectum. 3 doctors are clueless. Anybody, any suggestions might help lead me to the cause of this… thank you.

Would a bacterial std show up if a doctor was doing a urine culture for another reason?

Monday, March 21st, 2011

Like if someone had a uti and got a culture done, could stds show up?

I don’t need lectures about being tested by the way, I already do. I just wondered if this would happen, cause it seems to make sense. If not, why?

Would this work to help with acne and acne scars? #2?

Monday, March 14th, 2011

Key Ingredients:

Vitamin A is important for the prevention of night blindness and other eye problems, as well as some skin disorders, such as acne. It is also important in the formation of bones and teeth. Numerous other benefits include maintenance and repair of epithelial tissue, of which skin and mucous membranes are (1) composed, protection against infections, and antioxidant cell protection.

Vitamin B Complex: Eight different nutrients make up the Vitamin B Complex: Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Pantothenic Acid, Pyridoxine, Cyanocobalamin, Biotin, and Folic Acid. Though grouped as a family, they each perform unique and separate functions, which include enhancing the metabolic rate by breaking down fats, carbohydrates and protein for energy, and maintaining healthy nerves, skin, eyes, hair, liver, and brain function. They are important for heart health and are an effective aid in lowering cholesterol. B-complex vitamins also act as coenzymes, helping enzymes to react (2) chemically with other substances.

Vitamin C is critical for numerous metabolic functions, including tissue growth and repair, glandular functions, and healthy gums. It aids in the production of anti-stress hormones and interferon (an immune- system protein), and it can combine with toxic substances, such as certain heavy metals, and render them harmless so they can be eliminated from the body. Vitamin C works synergistically with Vitamins A and E; that is, when working together, they have a greater effect than the sum of their individual effects. Supplementation of this vitamin is critical, as the body cannot manufacture it.(3)

Vitamin D is a fat-soluble vitamin required for absorption and utilization of calcium and phosphorus. It is especially important for the growth and development of bones and teeth. It protects against muscle weakness and aids in heartbeat regulation.(4)

Lutein is an important antioxidant for eye and skin health. Research also suggests that Lutein found in blood serum may be linked with less thickening of arterial walls.(5)

Lycopene is a phytochemical found to reduce the risk of prostate and lung cancer. With correct dosages, Lycopene may also reduce the risk of digestive cancers.

Astaxanthin eases arthritis and joint pain, sore muscles, and protects against heart disease. It is a potent antioxidant derived from micro algae. Because it crosses the blood/brain barrier, it offers oxidative protection for the nervous system.

Zeaxanthin protects cells in the eyes from free radical damage, which may reduce the risk of macular degeneration.

Alpha Lipoic Acid is a powerful antioxidant that aids in protecting the liver and pancreas.(6)

Green Tea Leaf Extract is used to lower cholesterol levels, stimulate the immune system, and regulate blood sugar and insulin levels.

Amino Acid Complex important for metabolic functions, such as helping the brain receive and send messages. Facilitates the absorption and assimilation of vitamins and minerals by the body.

Herbal Energy Blend (Peppermint leaf, Rhodiola rosea root, Eleuthero): Promotes stress-relieving effects for added energy, which contribute to immune system enhancement. Also aids in digestion.

What would you do if the doctor told your grandfather he has prostate cancer?

Monday, March 14th, 2011

If you have sex with a second person who is a virgin, would you get an STD?

Sunday, March 13th, 2011

Say that you were in you’re in a relationship and both you and your partner are virgins and have sex.

Then you broke up and find someone else and you find out she also had sex with only one partner before too who was also a virgin prior.

Would there be a chance of us spreading an STD to one another?

Do you think a male birth control would sell?

Sunday, March 13th, 2011

I asked my mom why a male birth control hasn’t been invented. Just a pill that would make a guy shoot blank, we should have the technology to create something like that, right?

My argument is that the only think that matches a man’s desire for sex is his fear of babies. And I think that a male birth control could rival Viagra in sales.

My mom says that this same debate was discussed during the 60s/70s and that there just wouldn’t be a market because messing with a man’s sperm count damages his ego.

What do you think?

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