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Hi, Mere night fall hone ko kareb 2 sal ho gaye ye mujhe bahut bura lagta h mein excercise karta hun fir raat ko ye night fall mujhe dikkat deta body mein energy nhi rhti please help me.
What should I do to increase the working of my digestive system? Anything I eat I can not digest that? I have constipation problem too?
I'm 20 years old and I have white head like growth on my left cheek. It's have been here for about 4 years now and doesn't seem to go even after using medicines that a doc have me. I was given glycomet and a skin cream.
Hello mere pcos h mere kafi time se ek din ke hi period aata h wo bhi ab do teen month se half day hogya aur flow bhi kam h mujhe doctor ne elistra tablet di thi lekin ye lene k baad bhi period ka wahi haal h please help me .kya is condition se breast Cancer ka risk increase hota h kya .thanku.
I am a circumcised boy of 14 years old and in 8th grade, I use to masturbate daily or twice a week, I'm doing it when I was 13 years old, I saw some different things which happened to me, at first there was a plantar wart in my left toe, I went to the doctor and he treated it via cryotherapy, I'm aging so fast I have beard hairs under my chin but the other children in my class don't Have I would also like to know if it is caused by excessive masturbation, I'm also suffering from hair loss, is it caused by excessive masturbation, the last thing that I saw was some sores or pimples in my penis, but when I stopped doing it for a week it had gone, but I started doing again and now the sore is in below the penis between the testis I don't know that is this because of masturbation and during masturbation as I'm circumcised, the rectum gets blood up or I would say it becomes fat but after 1 day it becomes normal. The sores on penis are not painful but I would like to ask if it is caused by masturbation and is it dangerous or is a dangerous disease, I would thank you so much for answering. Thank you.
Hello, I am suffering from mouth and tongue sore ,swelling is Present on lips, suggest me a proper treatment about this problem.
The fever itself isn’t a disease but a symptom of a disease. It is generally caused when the immune system heats itself to fight the infections that enter our body. One of the most common reasons a person catches a fever is due to Influenza or the common cold.
Though fever is a common symptom, it can aggravate very quickly if not taken care of properly. This article will educate patients how to take care of themselves if they have a fever. The first and foremost step of taking care is to go to a doctor and get a proper diagnosis.
Upon a proper diagnosis, one can determine the kind of fever they are having. If someone has a fever due to diseases like Malaria then the course of action will be quite different. However, following are the common steps for most of the fevers:
● The first step is to keep a proper check of the temperature every 2 hours. For that, it is advisable to keep a thermometer handy. For better accuracy, it is better to carry a digital one.
● The next step is to keep the patient hydrated as fever usually leads to loss of appetite. This can cause dehydration and loss of nutrients.
● Drinking water isn’t enough to battle dehydration, which is why the patient will need to take the ORS solution every 15 minutes.
● If the temperature rises, one should soak a cloth in cool water and put it on the forehead for a few minutes.
● If the temperature keeps rising, the patient should take Paracetamol only.
● Get a blood check by calling a local pathology technician and subsequently send the report to the doctor to get a proper diagnosis.
Don'ts: While Having a Fever
● Don’t take an Antibiotic unless the doctor prescribes it.
● The fever may cause temporary body pain and stiffness; don’t take Ibuprofen and other painkillers to get rid of it.
● Don’t take any kind of NSAIDS without doctor’s supervision.
● Don’t take any kind of dairy products or junk food.
● Don’t starve because of the loss of appetite.
● Don’t agitate by doing any kind of household work or exercise.
● Don’t sleep with the air conditioning on.
● Avoid drinking and smoking while having a fever.
● If the doctor prescribed antibiotics, don’t quit halfway. It is important that one must complete the course of antibiotics.
● Don’t take a bath while having a fever; it is better to clean the body with a soaked cloth or sponge.
Though fever is a fairly common disease, the treatment can go haywire if the usage of certain medicines isn’t done properly. Following the above instructions will help to take care of when someone has a fever and will help to get better. However, if the fever isn’t going down after 2-3 days, one should see a doctor immediately.
The ear is typically associated with hearing. However, it plays a much larger role in our daily functioning. The ear also helps us maintain our balance. In fact, one of the most common causes of loss of balance or dizziness is a blocked ear canal.
Dizziness can range from a brief moment of imbalance and light-headedness to a severe spinning sensation. In severe cases, it can also result in a black-out. To maintain one’s balance, the input is needed from the eyes, inner ear and joints of the feet and legs. These impulses are processed by the brain which sends out signals to other limbs and organs on what needs to be done to maintain balance. A disturbance in any one of the three inputs can cause dizziness or a loss of balance.
Which part of the ear is responsible for dizziness?
The structure of the ear can be categorized into an external part and an internal part. The external part of the ear is responsible for receiving sounds, amplifying them and forwarding them to the inner ear. The inner ear is shaped like a snail. It has two interconnected parts. One part helps convert sounds into electrical signals that can be transported to the brain while the other helps maintain balance. This consists of three balance canals.
These canals move in a different direction depending on the movement of the head. This part of the inner ear also contains 2 small components with sensory cells covered in small calcium crystals. These compartments help sense linear movements such as rocking, bouncing or swaying movements. If the crystals covering these compartments are dislodged, the person may lose his or her balance. A tumour in the inner ear can also lead to a loss of balance.
Meniere’s syndrome is a disorder related to the inner ear. This is a common cause of dizziness and vertigo. Meniere’s syndrome usually affects only one ear. This is marked by an abnormal collection of fluid in the inner ear. Blockages in the ear canal, an allergy, stress, fatigue or a trauma are some of the common reasons why this fluid may accumulate in the ear. Dizziness caused by this disease is usually noticed in the first and second stage of this condition. In such cases, dizziness may be accompanied by a loss of hearing, ringing sensation in the ears and pressure in the affected ear.