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Hello. My father is 70 years old and a diabetic. Usually sugar level ranging from 250 to 400. Recently he has developed some usual complication. He is getting hallucinations and often sees people standing in the corner or a bunch of people hiding behind the curtain and some insects crawling around or walking on his body. He sometimes even feels insects getting into his mouth. He also feels negativity at times. But otherwise apart from all this he is fine and talks normally. Please suggest as this is disturbing Thanks.
I will be of 18 in this November but still my penis is fully covered with the foreskin like in younger age. After ejaculation also it gets filly covered. Nd I have heard that this is an issue .this can cause problem during sex. Does it is the condition of mature penis? All under 18 have mature peni that are not fully covered by foreskin. Pls tell me what to do now.
He is suffering from severe fever and head ache ,body ache and diarrhoea for one day from today morning to he is already taken paracetamol tablet for morning and afternoon but fever is not reduce.
My cousin is a 4 year old child male. He has phimosis with complain of narrow stream of urine (according to her mother) for which he was shown to someone (not a doctor) who did the stretching of the foreskin along with application of mustard oil. But now the condition is again the same. What should be done?
I regular go to gym but my weight is not increasing so should I take supplement to increase my weight.
Does Ajinomoto which is used in Chinese food contains anything harmful ingredients or may I know how and from what is this made of?
I am having small red lumps grown on skin less than a centimeter of size on my body one on foot, thigh and on shoulder. There is no itching and pain but they are seen since a year. I can not understand why I am seeing them on my body. Please help.
Doctor from last one and half week I am suffering from some problems on my forehead. I do not know why my skin becomes oily most of the time from some days and some small pimple type something is there in my forehead and its paining when I touch them. So please suggest me how to get rid of these.
Men worry about all sorts of things. Beyond the worries one might expect concerning work, relationships and the other basics of day-to-day life, many men have significant worries about their bodies. This surprising truth was revealed through an informal internet survey that asked men what bothered them the most about their bodies. What made them self-conscious? What did they worry about that they didn't like to share with others, for fear of ridicule?
The results were wide-ranging. Men worried about almost everything, including body odor, baldness, not being muscular enough, extra breast tissue, excessive sweating, breakouts, even how their profile looks from the side. Despite excellent penis care, men still have worries about the things like penis smells, penis size and more. Here are some of the top complaints:
1) To shave or not to shave? Male pattern baldness was one of the biggest issues for men, who complained not only about the way their hair looked, but about the question of whether they should shave it all off and just go truly bald.
2) Where is all that muscle? Men who work out all the time get quite discouraged at the fact that all the muscle they should be building just seems to go nowhere. Not seeing changes for a very long time can do a number on their self-esteem.
3) Why do things smell funny? From penis smells to underarm odor, men get a little freaked out when they can smell weird odors coming from their bodies. Even top-notch penis care might not be enough to abate the worry.
4) Where did man boobs come from? Some men suffer from gynecomastia, or an excess of breast tissue. These 'man boobs' can make a man very self-conscious, and can lead to problems with everything from getting dressed in the morning to intimacy with a partner.
5) Pimples are for teenagers, right? Unfortunately, many men battle breakouts, no matter their age. This can lead to a great deal of anxiety and the feeling that everyone is looking at the breakouts and making all sorts of judgments.
6) Just what is a good penis size? Many men have concerns about penis size, and worry that they might not be as good in bed as they think. They might also have worries about being 'challenged' in bed and found to be lacking, such as with a partner who decides they prefer a sex toy over the real thing.
7) Does this angle look weird? Women aren't the only ones who study themselves in the mirror and try to figure out which angle looks best. Men often worry about things like their profile, the shape of their nose, their lips - and, well, practically everything else.
Notice that though one of the big seven issues men worry about is penis size, they also worry about many other things, including body and penis odor, how muscular their body is, and even how many pimples have erupted this week. Though these worries might hang around no matter what, there are some things that men can do to boost their self-image and self-esteem.
How to handle the things that trigger worry
- The good news is that most of these issues can be addressed with good health and personal care. For instance, alleviating body odor might require taking more than one shower a day, switching to a more powerful cleanser, or putting deodorant on earlier during the day - or even at night, allowing the ingredients more time to work. For those who worry about baldness, perhaps a well-done trim or remaining hair will be much more attractive than simply shaving off what is left. Men who deal with breakouts might want to change their facial cleaning routine to find one that works better for their skin type.
- When it comes to penis worries, men can't go wrong with proper hygiene. From being sure to thoroughly clean the penis to making good use of a high-quality penis health crème (most health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil), men can help ensure that their manhood is as handsome as possible. Thoroughly cleaning the penis, including careful attention to the foreskin in uncircumcised men, can help ensure no buildup of smegma - that's the main cause of penis odor. After a thorough cleansing, apply a generous amount of penis health crème to ensure supple skin and the best penis health.
- In the end, it is very important to remember: Most things a man worries about aren't even noticed by those around him. That doesn't mean those worries should be discounted, but it does mean that the worrywarts among us can relax a bit.
What exactly happens during menopause?
You may have heard the word menopause mentioned by women with both excitement and trepidation; excitement because menopause means the end of painful and annoying periods, but trepidation, because it comes along with uncomfortable symptoms and also means the end of a woman's fertility.
A woman officially goes through menopause twelve months after her last cycle. In other words, if you don't have a period for twelve months, you are considered to be in menopause. While the age that this happens often varies, the average age is 51 years.
Menopause is a natural process that, on average, takes four years to complete. During the process, a woman's ovaries get smaller and eventually stop producing the hormones estrogen and progesterone.
Since these hormones control the menstrual cycle, once they are not produced anymore, the eggs become depleted and eventually she is no longer able to get pregnant.
The different stages of menopause are:
Perimenopause, during which your periods become irregular but don't stop. Perimenopause usually occurs to women in their late 40s, along with uncomfortable symptoms such as the famed 'hot flashes' (a quick feeling of heat sometimes accompanied by a flushed face and sweating), lower energy, vaginal dryness, sleep problems, night sweats, and changes in metabolism and mood. While you may be in the early stage of menopause, don't think you cannot get pregnant because you can! if you don't want to become pregnant, we recommend that you use some form of birth control to be safe.
Menopause. Menopause can really only be determined after the fact and since it starts 12 months after your last period. The same symptoms that can occur during perimenopause can also occur during menopause.
Postmenopause, a stage that lasts for a woman's entire life after menopause. Unfortunately, a recent study found that women can experience symptoms of menopause for an average of 4.5 years after their last period, so don't be surprised if you have hot flashes even while you are postmenopausal.
What can you do to relieve symptoms?
To clarify, menopause doesn't need treatment it's a natural part of life! but the symptoms can be uncomfortable, so there is no reason you shouldn't seek to relieve them, especially if the symptoms interfere with the quality of your life. So what can you do?
Maintain a healthy diet and regular exercise
Kick your bad habits, such as smoking and drinking a lot of alcohol
Avoid caffeine (caffeine often triggers hot flashes)
Remain sexually active! it can help preserve the lining of the vagina
Talk to your doctor about a prescription medication for hot flashes
Other causes of menopause: other causes of menopause (or early menopause) can be a hysterectomy, chemotherapy or radiation therapy, chronic diseases or primary ovarian insufficiency. If this describes your situation, speak to your doctor about how to relieve your symptoms. You should also speak to your doctor if you experience any vaginal bleeding in your postmenopausal state.
Your sex life after menopause
Just because you no longer get your period doesn't mean you can't have sex. In fact, some women report an increased sex drive after menopause, because they don't have the same anxiety about getting pregnant. On the other hand, other women report a decreased sex drive, which can be due to any number of reasons, including vaginal dryness, sleep problems, medications, depression, or more difficulty getting aroused. These symptoms, however, are able to be treated, if there is a will.