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I am suffering from ringworm. It is on my thighsides. Its much. I don't know how did that happened but I can see my muscles a bit I mean some areas have no external skin but transparent internal skin only. It is about from six months with me. I am using fourderm to get rid of it but after itching it produces again and again. I am really worried about it. Please tell me the solution.
Hello mam, On 23rd jan I had unprotected intercourse with a spa worker. On 6th Feb my VDRL test was non reactive On 19th Feb my hiv antibodies test came non reactive On 22nd Feb the lady's Elisa test came non reactive On 22nd Feb my semen culture was negative On 25th Feb my p24 antigen and antibody test was non reactive Onb25th Feb my Elisa antibody test was non reactive Onn26th Feb my viral load pcr test was non detectable On 3rd march my hiv duo cmia test was non reactive with value 0.05 On 14th march my again hiv duo test was non reactive with value 0.06 Today is my 61st day. One doc told me that these tests are conclusive to say that I am negative and shall remain so.
How to ensure a normal period when you're suffering from PCOS?
Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is a hormonal disorder affecting 12-18% of women of reproductive age. PCOS is a condition where at least two of the following conditions occur:
1. Appearance of acne, excessive hair on your body
2. Irregular delayed periods
3. The presence of 10 to 12 small cysts in the ovaries.
You do not ovulate each month, and some women do not ovulate at all if they are suffering from PCOS. This is because although the ovaries of women, suffering from PCOS, usually have many follicles, they do not develop fully and so ovulation often does not occur. If you do not ovulate, you may not have periods.
So what can you do to have normal periods?
Although some women with PCOS have regular periods, high levels of androgen and also the hormone insulin, can disrupt the monthly cycle of ovulation and menstruation. If you have PCOS, your periods may be irregular or may stop altogether. The average menstrual cycle is 28 days with one ovulation, but anywhere between 21 and 35 days is considered normal, and for a woman suffering from PCOS, this cycle can take as much as 3 months to complete.
To ensure a normal period during PCOS, your doctor can prescribe hormonal contraception. The medication can also reduce menstrual cramps, acne, and excess hair growth. The estrogen and progesterone in hormonal contraception act to override the body's normal hormonal control of menstrual cycle and ovulation. Production of hormones such as testosterone is greatly reduced by the oral contraceptive pill. Some oral contraceptive pills not only aim to block the effects of testosterone but also increase insulin resistance.
By allowing the regular shedding of the uterus lining during menstruation, the pill can reduce the risk of developing endometrial cancer while ensuring you get normal periods.
Note: it is important that you closely watch your weight. Lifestyle changes and weight reduction help a lot when you are suffering from PCOS.
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My father aged 89 years is showing symptoms of dementia in Parkinson's. He was diagnosed BPH 3 years ago. He is hard of hearing also, can hear from right ear only. Recently got treatment for a pressure bed sore on foot which got infected. He was given anti biotic injections and orally also, was in hospital for 12 days. Hospital discharged him saying his vitals are fine and his brain as such is also not seems shrinked much so no need to go for MRI OR SCAN. They started arip tablet to stop the progression of dementia, no other medications advised. We found his mental and physical condition deteriorated Before hospitalisation he was moving a bit with help climbing stairs also and was responding on asking anything. Now he is totally immobile keep his legs folded most of the time, keeps upper hands stiff glued to body and resist even dressing or see hanging diapers. He does not reply most of the time. Any medicine in homeopathy to improve his condition?
I have burning sensation when I pass urine. Some observations - * it burns more when urine is yellow, with burning sensation for next 10 minutes * if urine is clear then just a tingling sensation, not burning sensation. * if I squeeze penis some times a white drop of liquid cones out * my precum is also white now. * when I cum, a little discomfort when sperms are ejaculated. * I have taken a 5 day course of norflox thinking, I had UTI but it did not cure it?
I am salman 22 years old, my problem is I am a asthma patient from childhood but now a days asthma is happening mostly in night regularly. I am using inhaler seroflo (cipla, it recurs suddenly but by using it its very sleepy and tired. Please advise me with proper life styles, food, and also with medicine.
I have skin decolourasation on tip of penis Pls suggest some medicines as it is spreading. Also suggest me is coconut oil is helpful in bringing faded skin colour back to normal Pls suggest some ointments or pills to cure.
My baby is 5 and half months old. She is vomiting continuously. I gave domstal even though she is vomiting continuously. What shall I do please tell me.
Suffering from Brain Fog, from last 3 months, CT brain normal, No headache just a feeling of dizziness, confusion, low memory, Profession: Software Engineer.
The incidence of premature ejaculation (PE) in men is reported to be 30% and is on the rise. It is the release or ejaculation of semen sooner than he would like during a sexual encounter with his partner. It is one of the most common male sexual problems.
It is considered that a man who can't 'last' for longer than five minutes would typically fit the definition of one suffering from 'premature ejaculation'.
Premature ejaculation can be a cause of embarrassment and can lead to frustration as sex may not lead to a pleasurable experience. Even partners of men who suffer from pe can be left feeling extremely dissatisfied. This can adversely affect relationships and have impacts on the affected person's self-esteem.
What causes premature ejaculation?
Ejaculation is controlled by the central nervous system. When a man is sexually aroused or stimulated, signals are carried from the spinal cord to the brain and from there sent to the reproductive organs to enable the release of semen through the penis. The exact cause of PE is still unknown. Many causes may attribute to PE from biological (low serotonin levels) to psychological factors and other related issues.
These are discussed further:
1. Biological causes: Serotonin is a natural substance made by the nerves. An increase in serotonin levels in the brain help men prolong the time taken to ejaculate and low levels of this substance can lead to PE.
2. Psychological factors: It is believed that following psychological factors can increase PE:
- Performance anxiety and unrealistic expectations
- Low self-esteem
- Relationship issues
It comes as a relief that PE need not be life-long and with some help it can be treated:
How is PE treated?
Quite often PE occurs with new partners and may decrease on its own over a period of time with absolutely no treatment. A urologist or sexologist may advice on certain techniques that you and your partner could try out to delay orgasm. A doctor may suggest use of numbing creams or gels if the skin of the penis is excessively sensitive. If the issue is a psychological one, therapy or counselling is advised which if followed can effectively reduce PE and help achieve a more satisfying sexual experience and subsequently improve relationships. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Sexologist.