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Hi. I am 35 years old. I am having problem in urination. I am having urine infection frequently. I have taken some medicine but not getting relief please suggest some medicine.
I am 27 years old. I am so skinny since my childhood. I have tried lot of things like home remedies or the weight gainers. But I have received any good result. I still have 53 kg weight in 27 age. I am male.
I have many pimples on my face. What can I do to reduce those. I have tried many things but its not curing. Please suggest me something.
I have black spots as well as pimples on my back. I used scar removal cream for 4 month but didn't see any changes. What should I do?
I am 24 years old and want to increase my weight. I tried so many things but could not get the desired result. Can you please help me with this?
Hi I am 32 years old, I eat Less but My belly becomes big by evening and also have shortness of breathing.
I am a 15 years old girl. Am little bit fatty. How to tone my body? Please tell me the effective workouts!
I am suffering from pcod problem for past 5 years. Now my marriage date is fixed. So that I got fear about my problem. Pcod is curable one or not.
Sir I have dengue fever and my platelet count is also low can I involve in any sexual activity do it effect my platelet count.
Sir, I am suffering from severe fever for last 3 days. What are the symptoms of dengue fever? What are the preventive measures for dengue fever? Is this disease spread by mosquitoes?
I am 22 years old female I have hair fall on scalp but I have long hair what should I do? please tell me.
As a pulmonologist, I see patients with breathing problems on a daily basis. Too often do I hear patients express regret about not quitting smoking earlier. The truth of the matter is that it is never too late! quitting smoking is more important than any medicine a doctor can prescribe in preventing long term health problems. So I encourage all my patients who smoke to try every day to cut back and eventually quit smoking.
Patient who smoke need to be ready to quit smoking. If you are not ready to quit smoking, you should think spend a minute every day thinking about the reason why quitting smoking is a good idea. Once you are ready, you should talk to your doctor about ways to help you quit. Even if you don’t ask, your doctor may ask about ways to help you quit smoking. Just talking about how to quit smoking is more important that a prescription pad, and there is no quick fix to quitting. Although there are medicines than can help people quit, making a plan is the critical first step.
Nicotine is a powerful drug, more addictive than any drug that can be bought illegally. The nicotine found in cigarettes takes between 7-10 seconds to reach the brain. The thousands of other chemicals in cigarettes are just along for the ride, and they are more toxic than anything you can imagine putting in your body. Most people remember their first cigarette, which was probably bad experience. But the nicotine keeps people coming back for more, even though the adverse effects are obvious to even a first time smoker.
Once you are ready to quit, remember a few things:
- Set a date. The first of the month, someone’s birthday, or the day after a particularly stressful week. Try your best to stick to that date.
- Get rid of all the matches, lighters, ashtrays, and that last cigarette you have around.
- Tell your family and friends you are going to give it a shot. Get their support!
- If you slip, don’t worry, there is always tomorrow. Give it another chance!
Finally, using a medicine that replaces the nicotine, like the nicoderm patch, nicotine gum, or nicotine lozenges, replaces the only thing in the cigarettes that your brain is addicted to. Once you have gotten over those urges, the chances of giving the cigarettes up for good increases 3-fold! using another medicine, like chantix or buproprion, can increase the chances of quitting even more, just ask your doctor.
Thanks for reading, and good luck!