A study done in 2009 revealed that 8 out of 10 people have had back pain at some point in their lives, acute or chronic.More than 1% of people who are completely bed-ridden due to back pain.To mark International Men's Health Week, we're giving you the chance to ask questions to Dr Hilary Jones, GMTV's resident doctor.Dr Hilary Jones will be LIVE online at uk this WEDNESDAY from 11am.Nobody needs to know you're pregnant until you're ready to tell them. If you've had unprotected sex, there's a risk of both pregnancy and STIs. The sooner you act, the more likely it is that you can prevent a pregnancy and get treatment for an STI.You can ask to see a female doctor if that would make you feel more comfortable. To avoid pregnancy, you can either: If your next period doesn't arrive when you expect it to, take a pregnancy test.Mr Clegg responded: 'The truth is the Lib Dems found ourselves between a rock and a hard place.
As well as being ready to answer your questions about any aspect of men's health you may have, Dr Jones will also be offering top tips on how to encourage your man to visit the doctor.You can start sending in your questions now to [email protected] After gaining a medical degree at St Thomas' Hospital in London, Dr Bendefy worked as a hospital paediatrician for seven years.Then in 1991 she went on to train as a GP and worked in a busy London practice where she became a partner.You can also buy a pregnancy test from pharmacies or some supermarkets, which you can do yourself at home. If you're pregnant and it's unplanned, you may be faced with a decision about whether to continue with the pregnancy or end the pregnancy by having an abortion.The sooner an abortion is done, the easier and safer it is.