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Treatment Of Acne/Pimples
Treatment of Headaches
Treatment of Hair Fall
Management of Underweight & Malabsorption Disorder
Back Pain Treatment
Treatment of Pain
Treatment of Masturbation Addiction
Treatment of Hair Loss
Treatment & Management of Cold
Treatment of Body Weakness
Increasing Height Treatment
Treatment of Joint Pain
Treatment of Female Hair Loss
Treatment of Dandruff
Treatment of Leg Pain
Prevention & Treatment of Diabetes
Treatment of Itching
Treatment of Small Penis Size
Treatment of Greying Hair
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Hi. I have already undergone a ureteroscopy for removal of my stone of 11mn stuck in the left mid ureter a month back. A stent was placed post the operation. Which was a removed a week back. Since last week I was again experiencing a pain in my right side for which I did a fresh sonography. The report showed a 11mn kidney stone in the middle pole of right kidney and to my surprise a 10 mm stone in the left u.v junction. I was shocked to get a stone again in the left u.v junction as I had just done an operation on the left side. I repeated the sonography today which showed the same results. What is the best treatment to cure the stones? Will it require an operation again?
Noticing bubble in urine when the urine colour is yellowish but no bubble forms when urine is colourless. Is it normal?
I am 40 years old male, fell of from my bike and hurt my right collar bone (hair line fracture) on Feb10th 2016, my doctor advised 6 weeks rest, braces for both my shoulders, its been 50 days now, sometimes I still feel the pain and found slight swelling also, cannot lift or raise my hand. 1. How long should I have to wear these braces on shoulder. 2. How long will the pain still be. 3. How long will it take my hand to come to normal position. 4. Any other precautions to be taken. I would really appreciate if you could kindly advice me on the above details, kindly let me know if any other details are required.
I am 48 year old woman. I experience burning sensation in vaginal area from 5 days after intercourse. I experience pain when I have intercourse. My uterus removed six year back. What is the problem.
Male impotence, also known as erectile dysfunction, is a common condition that most frequently affects older men. Unless the problem is psychological, the inability to achieve or maintain an erection is due to insufficient blood supply to the penis, not a lack of sexual arousal. Herbs such as ginger may help. However, since impotence may signal a more serious disorder, including cardiovascular disease or diabetes, check with your doctor before pursuing self-treatment.
Kathi Keville and Peter Korn, authors of "Herbs for Health and Healing," contend that poor circulation may cause impotence in men because damaged or impaired blood vessels simply fail to fill with blood and expand. They also say that certain herbs, such as ginger, may help to increase dilation in blood vessels and improve circulation.
Aroma and Flavor
In his book, "Herbal Aphrodisiacs from Around the World," Clarence Meyer says that the same agents that lend ginger its medicinal properties are also responsible for stimulating arousal due to the warm, spicy scent and taste they impart. In fact, in Asian and Arabic cultures, the fragrance of ginger alone is regarded an aphrodisiac. Ginger is even referenced in the "Kama Sutra," the ancient Indian Hindu text dedicated to the art of giving and receiving sexual pleasure.
Ginger moxa is a therapy used in Chinese medicine to treat impotence that marries the properties of ginger with practice of moxibustion, a technique that involves burning selected herbs at various acupuncture points along the body. Usually, the herb of choice is mugwort, the leaves of which are rolled into a "moxa stick" much like a cigar. With ginger moxa, a thick slice of ginger becomes the insulation between the moxa stick and the skin. The ginger is pierced with a few small holes into which the moxa sticks are placed, and the sticks are allowed to burn down just far enough to produce perspiration and redness on the skin. The procedure is typically repeated several times in succession.