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I am indian army my phycal is exlant, hobby any working. Everyday 6am to 7am 17minutes 5km runing and 40 minutes exercise. Phir bhi mere ko mixed anxiety dipressiv disorder hai. Mera medicine sixteen month pahle proxtin25mg 0-0-1, pragablin 75mg1-0-2, dhotiapin75mg 0-0-1, ciplar-20mg 1-1-0 and folargn 10mg 1/2-1/ one month bad ciplar and florgen ko band kar diya baki continue six month. Phir dhotiapen ko hata diya aur pragablin aur proxatin continue ten month se le rha hu. Mera problem that aachank ghabrahat, hedac, body aur head me jhanjhnahat, blodpresor high lo jaise lagta tha mai mar jaunga. Abhi thora sudhar hai air sota hu to mera head but bhari ho jata hai air headuc hamesa rhata hai please sir give me suggestion and treatment sir? thanku sir.
I have done unprotected sex first time with my gf after 4 days of period but for 1 minute only , but bleeding not occur , is there any chance of pregnancy.
Whenever I drink mosambi juice soon within half an hour I feel so sleepy and tired what can be the reason?
I have small penis size & premature ejaculation problem. Without erection it is about 2.5 inch long and with full erection it is about 4.5 inch. When I insert my penis into my partners vagina, she is not satisfy with this. Kindly help me out.
I regularly suffer from headache when I wake up in the morning. I regularly have to use paracetamol. What problem do I have.
Hi. I am having pain in the penis when my foreskin goes backwards during sex. Also the smegma formation is frequently happening. One day if I don't wash, then the next day there will be a lot of it. While washing the smegma also, I am suffering pain and redness. Please advise me some medicine to cure this.
I am 20 years old boy & I do regular exercise & I eat healthy food but still I am very slim. How can I gain weight?
Hello My baby is 1 year 10 months old, I'm giving her homeopathy medicine for molluscum but from yesterday she had bad cough for cough I gave allopathy syrup. Can I continue both medicine homeopathy and allopathy.
Huge amount of acid and gas is forming in my stomach after jaundice, so plzz advice me to get out of this?
At the time of doing sex with my wife I get sperm release quickly. As a result the pleasure gets down immediately.
I have piles from last 3 years. But there is no pain, no bleeding. But when I got piles I am looking my energy, stamina and early tired ness while doing work. What are the problems with piles? So please tell me. Please please.
Prostatitis (and the penis pain associated with it) is one of the most common penile concerns that men face, and for many, the condition is unfortunately chronic. The results from a new study looking at chronic prostatitis now suggest that testosterone levels may play a role in this painful condition -- knowledge that may be useful for men as they plan their penis care regimens.
As might be guessed from the name, prostatitis affects the prostate, a gland that is a component of a man's reproductive system. The prostate is found between the penis and the bladder and is responsible for making fluid that is a key component of semen.
Prostatitis occurs when the prostate becomes infected or inflamed. The gland becomes quite tender in this state, and it can therefore create considerable discomfort in the groin area. If the infection spreads throughout the urinary tract, the pain can become even more intense. Men are most likely to experience this pain when urinating or ejaculating, but it may exist at lower levels all the time. Aside from the physical aspect of this condition, a man who has chronic prostatitis may also experience moodiness or feelings of depression.
There can be numerous factors that may play a role in developing prostatitis, but a recent study in the peer-reviewed "Journal of Sexual Medicine" has found that a man's testosterone level may be an important factor that has not typically been associated with the condition.
In this study, scientists looked at 948 men who had low testosterone levels (defined for this study as lower than 3.5) and at 4,740 men whose testosterone was above 3.5. When they looked at cases of prostatitis (whether, mild, moderate or severe), the men with the lower testosterone were more likely to have prostatitis than the men with the higher levels.
The scientists also tried to factor in other factors, such as age, weight, etc., but even taking these into account, there was enough evidence to suggest that testosterone does play some role in prostatitis development. However, there need to be further studies to see if these results occur again, and also studies that are designed to look at some factors that this study did not cover, such as smoking or drinking.
If future studies provide enough evidence of a testosterone link, this may help doctors to better treat - or even prevent - prostatitis. Treatment typically depends upon the cause associated with an individual case. If a man is prone to developing prostatitis and testosterone turns out to be a factor, therapy with the hormone may be beneficial. That, of course, will require further studies to determine in which cases it is beneficial and at what doses. So this study is a "baby step,' but on which has the potential to bring about change down the road.
In the meantime, men with penis pain - especially chronic penis pain - need to consult their doctors. If the pain is due to prostatitis, the doctor can determine the cause and the best course of treatment - which may be antibiotics, pain relievers, muscle relaxers, prostate massage, dietary changes, etc.
While testosterone may one day be proven as a link to prostatitis, men need to deal with penis pain issues in the meantime. Keeping the penis healthy can help, and premium penis health is more easily obtained if a superior penis health creme (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) is included in one's daily penis care regimen. If the crème contains vitamin D, a man knows that his penis is receiving a healthy dose of the "miracle vitamin," which boasts proven benefits in fighting disease and in keeping cellular function healthy. The best crème will also include a potent antioxidant, preferably alpha lipoic acid. This antioxidant combats free radicals that cause cellular damage through oxidative stress. Keeping the free radicals at bay keeps penis skin looking younger and healthier. A healthier penis is in a better position to resists penis pain.
I had semen analysis test. Due to stress and consciousness I couldn't properly ejaculate semen and the semen collection was very little what are the chances of accuracy of the Test.
My relatives son is 14 years old. Whenever he eats any spicy food or salty food or washes his face with soap he gets a reddish rash under the lower lip and it gets very difficult for him neither to eat or speak. He constantly complains of severe pain and had tried some antiseptic creams like borolin. The pain and the reddish rash are not subsiding. I am afraid that is some bacterial infection. Please tell me what the problem is and by using which creams he can combat this infection.
Let’s start with an interesting fact: all types of tea, be it green or black, comes from the same plant, Camellia sinensis. The difference only lies in processing and oxidation. So how can one be better than the other you ask? Let’s find out.
1. Fluoride content
When it comes to fluoride content both green and black teas score high, while milk tea sadly loses out. Green and black teas are good for your teeth and bones, although black tea has higher fluoride... cotinue reading..