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I am 29 years old unmarried man. I was used to masturbate daily 2 -3 times .now my penis size stopped to 3 inches when erect .and it get discharged very soon. I married 2-3 month before .My wife was having premarital relations with 2-3 boys so she is not getting satisfied and asking me to allow her do sex with her boy friends. Shall I be ever satisfy her.
Can you say how can reduce my Sex. Because I have more sex. please help me sir. Have a any medicine for reduce my sex.
I have some regular early falls problem .which creates a bad situation in front of my girl friend. please suggest me what should I do?
My sonj live in rajkot is 12 year old have a problem in breathing and chest pain when I checked from other doctor they given some medicine and treatment but still today from 1 month he is suffer.
What to eat in vegetables for getting more proteins? How to stay with full of energy for whole day? Which is good habit for eating and body building: eating 5 to 6 small meals in a day or eating heavy 3 meals in a day?
One year ago I had done double condom protected Insertive Anal sex with escort. For Less than 5 Minutes. Can I'm at Risk anxiety and guilt is killing me from inside. I haven't eaten anything from 3 Day. Please tell me can I am at risk?
Sir, I am suffering from high fever. The fever comes every evening since 3days. There is also yellowness in my eye. Please help.
I want to know why some guys feel the edge of erection, immediately they come in contact with a Lady,(even starting conversation, or sitting closer to them), and how to control that.
I quite alcohol & tobacco from about 1year, and from last 6 months I feel heavy body, what could be the reason and what should I do? I'm 26 year old & diabetic.
When I masturbate it take lot of time for coming up off semen and when it come only a little will come why?
I have been having cold with Phlegm for over 6 months. Even after taking medicines it does not go. The Phlegm is green in colour and some times yellow and smells times like iron and sometimes rotten smell occurs. What is the treatment. I am a smoker. I am aged 55 years. Kindly advice me.
I want to give up masturbation becoz I feel very weak and unable to perform if I will marry. It is my addicted habit about last 15 years. What should I do?
I am suffering from sinus problem some nose infection is also there. Some normal head is also paining. Hope so there is infection of air pollution Please suggest some remedies?
I get cold on regular interval and with medicine its get okay but again it get started within 3-4 days. Can you suggest some help?
Hi I have a problem that I had to urinate eight to ten times a day. This problem arises from last 5 days. I get little bit constriction on my stomach and I had to urinate in order to relieve from pain. Please let me know what its all about.
I am suffering from depression from last 10 years. Now a days I feel slow pain around my heart what should I do?
TB is a major health problem in India, with nearly 12 lakh people getting diagnosed with the disease each year. The fact that more than one-third of the cases of TB remain undiagnosed, or are diagnosed but proper treatment is not opted for, makes it even more difficult to deal with the disease. Moreover, the TB bacilli, which causes the disease is present in its latent form in 40% Indians who possess a high risk of developing TB but do not exhibit any symptoms.
Who are prone to TB?
Although TB can affect people of any age or physical condition, some people are at a higher risk of developing the disease than others. People who are more prone to TB are:
- Anyone with a weak immune system
- Small children and elderly people
- People suffering from diabetes or detected to be HIV positive
- People who have been exposed to immunotherapy or have consumed steroids for a long time
What is the classification of TB?
TB is curable, but for correct treatment, it is necessary to diagnose the type of the disease correctly. TB can be broadly classified into the following types:
- General TB: In this type of TB, the bacilli show sensitivity to most drugs required for treating the disease.
- Multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB): In this form of the condition, the bacilli show resistance to two major drugs required for treatment of TB, Isoniazid, and Rifampicin.
- Extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis (XDR-TB): This type of TB is rarely observed and is caused by a bacilli which show resistance to most drugs including Isoniazid, Rifampicin, any fluoroquinolone and to at least one of three injectable second-line drug - Capreomycin, Kanamycin, and Amikacin.
- Moreover, TB is also classified in two other forms - primary and secondary. Primary TB is the form, which affects a person who hasn't been previously exposed to the infection; whereas secondary TB refers to the reactivation of the infection in a previously infected person due to decline in health and immune system.
What are the treatment options available for TB?
Treatment of TB involves intake of certain prescription drugs for about 6 to 9 months. It is strongly recommended that the treatment is continued till the end and the drugs are consumed exactly in the way suggested by the physician. If the intake of drugs is stopped before the requisite period, the condition may relapse; and if the medications are not consumed correctly, the bacteria might develop a resistance to the drugs.
Treatment of MDR-TB and XDR-TB is a complicated process as any wrong step might prove to be fatal for the patient. It usually begins by conducting a drug-susceptibility test to identify the drugs to which the bacilli are resistant to. After the test results are revealed, the treatment plan is shaped accordingly and the patient is closely observed throughout the process. Moreover, treatment of drug-resistant TB always includes the use of directly observed therapy (DOT).