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I am 48 years female .I am suffering from chickengunia from 6 days. Joint pain is there .l have red colour rashes on my both hands. Is rashes are normal. What medicine needed for rashes
Sir mujhe back me thode time me fungus allergy ho jati h jisse 2-3 dane hote h reddish, jb tk tab tericip ya candiforce lu to thk rhti h phr thode time baad again ho jati h, puri tarah remove k liye kya kru, koi parhej khane pine ka ya kuch or btao,
Hello, I am suffering from heavy dark circles under eyes. Please suggest me one effective ointment for fast recovery. Please. Waiting for your answer.
Hi my grandmother having age of 80 has done arthroplasy to hip joint before 10 days she is in complete bed rest. She can not even stand. But since three days we noticed blackening of some part of skin like near abdomen and near knee. Even blackening is seen near the area of operation. So what might be the cause?
I am suffering from white patch they increase day by day what can I do to stop these white patch and also have ha pain in my left leg and I also take a medicine for that azron tablet and apply cream on that white patch flucort, tacrozforte cream after 2years I stop the medicine they will increase day by day and have allergies in my leg it become dry and little pimple type allergies.
Chlamydia is a Sexually Transmitted Disease. It is generally found in men and women under the age of 25. Researchers have found that in the United States about 2.9 million individuals develop this disease every year.
Here are things that you must know about the disease:
What is it all about?
It is caused due to bacterial infection and is transferred sexually. You can be infected with disease by having vaginal, oral or anal sex with the patient. You must be aware of the fact that you can develop chlamydia even if your partner doesn’t ejaculate inside your vaginal tract. If you had suffered from this disease in the past, you can still get it again by having unprotected sex with an infected person.
What are the symptoms of this disease?
There aren’t any obvious symptoms for this disease. Most of the patients show no sign of developing this disease. Thus, you never get to know when you were infected actually. However, some patients do reflect some symptoms after 4 to 5 days of infection. These symptoms include abnormal penis or vaginal discharge and painful, burning urination. Men can also develop a bleeding rectum.
How do you know for sure that you are infected?
Well, you can get yourself tested to confirm about the infection.
What happens if you don’t get treated?
If the patient doesn’t seek medical help, he or she is posing threat to his or her health. Women may develop pelvic inflammatory diseases, infertility or ectopic pregnancy. In men, it can cause pain and fever as the infection spreads along the tube carrying sperm.
Is there any treatment?
This disease is curable. But it is important to avoid sexual contact with anyone during the period of treatment or medication. First, you need to undertake the test to confirm the infection. You shouldn’t have sex for seven days after the treatment is over. It is advisable to get yourself tested thrice in a year. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a sexologist.