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I am 61 yrs. Male. Under bypass surgery 4 years back. Diabetic since 1985. But no probelm with diabetes. I am taking medicenes for cholesterol, bp and sugar. Please suggest me the suitable diet.
I am an 17 year old boy. My muscles all over the body are twitching and shaking itself. Jaw muscles especially. What should I do?
Sir meri age 35 hi maine bachpan se lagbhag roj hast maithun kiya hi jiske karan mujhe har tarah ki kamjori rahti hi jaise gastric joint pain sex me kamjori tanav khul kar na ana ling ka murjhaya sa rahna tanav chinta sab se me bahut pareshan rahta hu mujhe dawai bataye va meri samasya ka samadhan bataye pls help.
Bed Par pesab ho jata hai, bachpan ke baad kbhi thik nai hua, last 2 years se medicine le raha hu par thik hoke fir shuru ho jata, please help me.
I passed with messoplastic hernia surgery in the month of September 2016, now I am fit but I feel saviour pain in the area of surgery done by surgeon.
I have ankle swelling pain since two months female, my age 28, 65kg 1.57 cm married, one child no uric acid no thyroid, some calcium def, no bone break, doc gave 15 days cal inj but no relief, what is it, to which doc should go either nuro, bone doc or home what is disease name & tell me the med, I am unable to do lot of daily work due to pain, pain goes when rest is taken for long time but half an hour work goes as it is earlier.
I am 32 year old male and I m having constipation problem. Some times it takes more than 36 hours for motion and it is not completely clear also.
A Urinary Tract Infection(UTI) can occur in any part of the urinary tract including the kidneys, ureters, bladder or urethra. The causes of a UTI can be many, with bacteria being the most common cause. In fact, UTIs are generally more common among women as they have shorter urethras, which make it easier for the UTI causing bacteria to pass through to the bladder.
The symptoms of UTI vary depending on the area of your urinary tract that has been infected. These symptoms are:
Lower urinary tract infection:
1. Bladder cystitis, in which the lining of bladder and urethra become inflamed and irritated
2. Dysuria, which is a burning sensation during urination
3. A frequent or intense urge to urinate, even though little comes out when you do
4. Urinary urgency, which is the sensation of having to urinate urgently
5. Cloudy, dark bloody or strange-smelling urine
6. Cramping or pressure in lower abdomen or lower back
7. Pelvic pain in women particularly in the center of the pelvis and around the area of pubic bone
8. Mild fever or chills indicating that the infection may have reached your kidneys
Upper urinary tract infection:
1. Fairly high fever with fatigue
2. Shaking chills with a feeling of discomfort
4. Flank Pain, which is pain in the back or side, usually on only one side at about waist level
Since pregnant women are at an increased risk of contracting UTIs, their urine should be checked during prenatal visits to prevent unrecognized infection that can cause pregnancy complications. If you wish to discuss any specific problem, you can consult a gynaecologist.
I am 33 year old man nd married for five years I have erectile dysfunction nd premature ejaculation please suggest me medicines to avoid permanently this problem.
Your situation, although very upsetting, is not unusual. Studies suggest between 8-19% of men have persistent erection problems. A common way they deal with the embarrassment and fear this causes is to withdraw from their partner.
There are many causes of men’s erectile dysfunction including physical and mental health problems, stress, exhaustion, body image worries, or past sexual abuse. Factors relating to relationships, including unaddressed feelings of jealousy, anxiety, guilt, arguments or a fear of losing a partner can make a difference. As can concerns over sexual orientation, feeling unable to communicate sexual needs, or concerns over fertility/contraception. Pregnancy and parenthood can also affect men’s sexual functioning.
Might any of these apply? Talking in confidence to the Sexual Dysfunction Association may help clarify further, while giving you support and a chance to offload.
Dealing with this situation will require open conversation. Share how you care about him and are worried about his well-being. This may prompt him to disclose more. It’s OK to be frank and say you are worried by the lack of any intimacy.
He may feel that cuddles and affection have to lead to sex. Reassure him this is not going to be the case but stress how this is a way for you both to share affection while he seeks further advice. You may agree together to share pleasure that doesn’t require him having an erection. Like him going down on you, or holding you while you masturbate. If this makes him feel pressured, a sex therapist can help.
It may be he finds talking privately about intimacy with someone other than you a way to unlock possible barriers he may currently be facing. Or find skills and the confidence to tell you what is going on by discussing these first with a therapist. Some therapists offer advice online or over the phone which might suit him more than a face-to-face consultation.
Encourage him to see his GP within the next few weeks. He may try and shrug this off but if he cannot get or keep an erection this might be a sign of a more serious health problem.
His doctor can assess and treat any root cause, and if appropriate, refer to medical or psychosexual specialist, This is free on NHS, although waiting times vary. You can also self refer via CORST, many of whom offer a sliding fee scale. He may be prescribed medication for erectile problems (such as Levitra Cialis or Viagra). Don’t be tempted to buy these or herbal alternatives online as this can be dangerous.
If he continues to refuse to seek help then you may find therapy is worthwhile for yourself which can give you more skills to talk to him or consider long term options if he won’t deal with things.
Solutions other people have found include ending the relationship, having an open relationship, having an affair, or staying together while accepting there will be no sexual intimacy. None of these are easy choices, and may distress you to consider. They are really only for discussion if he won’t take any action and expects you to accept the situation. In which case a therapy for you may be a good idea. Hopefully an assertive yet caring approach will improve things.
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