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I have tonsil inflammation from morning with fever, difficulty swallowing, malaise. What do I do? Please reply.
Dear Doctor I have acidity problem from last 10 years I taking tablets everyday morning before breakfast, I am absolutely fine when I take pantocid tablets, will it have any side effects in future, I am taking razo 10 or nexpro 40 which is advised by doctor. In between I was trying to stop the medicine and started with some homeopath medicine which never helped and went worse, I was not able to take any food I was feeling like pricking and burning and something comes and blocks in my throat, I am worried now my endoscope and colonoscopy reports were normal. Please suggest me can I continue with the pantocid tablets
Hi sir I could not control my blow job I dono how to stop I am very very afraid of it does any problem comes like death, loss of ageing, can I give birth to kids, can I be till 100 years and can I become a dad and in what way can I stop these and I used to eat chicken a lot and I drink alcohol does it affects me and what kinds of food I have to take.Please tell.
Hi I am sugar patient with pancreatic problem. Age is 35 years. Can't control sugar suggest measures. Sugar from last 5 years.
I have itching problem after bath. The process continues 15 minutes. Then itsits all right. What I should do now?
I hve been suffering from pain and itch in my anus for 1 year .it is not piles , please prescribe me a suitable remedy.
I have pilonidal sinus (noticed about a year ago). Which was infected 2-3 times now with minimal pain. I do not want to go through any surgery now. Can I prevent it from getting infected? What precautions and care should I take? I shave (hair removal cream) the area once in two weeks, its been 3 months since my last infection (i have been prescribed with antibiotics last time. What precautions and care should I take other than shaving (hair removal cream) the area (pilonidal sinus) to prevent the infection, sir.
I have undergone pelvic ultrasound examination, wherein the report show like this Myometrical and endometrical echoes are homogeneous. Endometrical echoes thin lined. Right ovary shows a cyst with homogeneous echoes measuring 4.6*3.3 Size. No e/o solid areas classification. Left Ovary measures 3.1*2.9 cm.
I am 24 year old male and having issue with my sperm ejaculation. After ejaculation i've problem with some glue still on it even after a bath. Can you please suggest me a remedy. Thank You!
Circumcision is the surgical removal of the skin covering the tip of the penis. Circumcision is fairly common for newborn boys in certain parts of the world, including the United States. Circumcision after the newborn period is possible, but it's a more complex procedure.
For some families, circumcision is a religious ritual. Circumcision can also be a matter of family tradition, personal hygiene or preventive health care. For others, however, circumcision seems unnecessary or disfiguring. After circumcision, it isn't generally possible to re-create the appearance of an uncircumcised penis.
Why it's done? Risks? How you prepare? What you can expect
Circumcision is a religious or cultural ritual for many Jewish and Islamic families, as well as certain aboriginal tribes in Africa and Australia. Circumcision can also be a matter of family tradition, personal hygiene or preventive health care. Sometimes there's a medical need for circumcision, such as when the foreskin is too tight to be pulled back (retracted) over the glans. In other cases, particularly in certain parts of Africa, circumcision is recommended for older boys or men to reduce the risk of certain sexually transmitted infections.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) says the benefits of circumcision outweigh the risks. However, the AAP doesn't recommend routine circumcision for all male newborns. The AAP leaves the circumcision decision up to parents - and supports use of anesthetics for infants who have the procedure.
Circumcision might have various health benefits, including:
Easier hygiene. Circumcision makes it simpler to wash the penis. Washing beneath the foreskin of an uncircumcised penis is generally easy, however.
Decreased risk of urinary tract infections. The overall risk of urinary tract infections in males is low, but these infections are more common in uncircumcised males. Severe infections early in life can lead to kidney problems later on.
Decreased risk of sexually transmitted infections. Circumcised men might have a lower risk of certain sexually transmitted infections, including HIV. Still, safe sexual practices remain essential.
Prevention of penile problems. Occasionally, the foreskin on an uncircumcised penis can be difficult or impossible to retract (phimosis). This can lead to inflammation of the foreskin or head of the penis.
Decreased risk of penile cancer. Although cancer of the penis is rare, it's less common in circumcised men. In addition, cervical cancer is less common in the female sexual partners of circumcised men.
Circumcision might not be an option if certain blood-clotting disorders are present. In addition, circumcision might not be appropriate for premature babies who still require medical care in the hospital nursery.
Circumcision doesn't affect fertility, nor is circumcision generally thought to enhance or detract from sexual pleasure for men or their partners.
I am having lot of body heat. I get a lot of sweat more from head than from body. How to reduce body heat and sweating.
A number of diseases can cause male infertility. Few systemic diseases and infections can affect the development of sperm. E.g. Celiac disease which is a digestive disorder, STDs like gonorrhea, HIV can cause decrease in sperm count or cause scarring which can block passage of sperm. Genetic conditions, such as cystic fibrosis, may result in lack of sperm due to missing vas deferens or seminal vesicles.
Does cigarette smoke affect semen?
Yes, studies show that men who smoke have a lower sperm count compared to the men who do not smoke. Smoking decreases the size and movement of the sperm and damages their DNA content. Smoking also can affect the seminal fluid, ejaculated with the sperm.
Can the use of steroids for body building cause Infertility?
Yes. Steroids taken orally or by injection can impair the production of hormones necessary for sperm production.
Does abnormal semen analysis or sperm lead to children with birth defects?
Abnormal semen may not necessarily mean that the child will be born with defects. Couples seeking fertility treatment have the same risk of conceiving a child with a birth defect as the general population. Though, some disorders (especially genetic disorders) that cause infertility may result in an increased risk of conceiving a child with birth defects. It is thus very important that couples undergo thorough evaluation and counseling before proceeding with assisted reproductive techniques.
What is the most important to be remembered about male infertility?
In the case of infertility, neither of the partners should be blamed. It is estimated that roughly one-third of infertility cases can be due to male factors, with another one-third due to women. In the remaining one-third of infertile couples, infertility is caused by either a combination of factors, or, in 20 percent of cases, is still unexplained. But today, physicians have the technology and surgical tools to address many infertility problems.