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Hi, I am 25 year male. I am suffering from sexual health problem. During my younger age, I did mistakes and now I am facing sexual problems. Kindly suggest me.
I am a 42 year male sexually active please tell me a supplement which can lead to harder erection of my pines even after ejaculation.
I'm 20 years old and since last few days I'm unable to sleep and concentrate on my studies neither I feel hungry. What should I do?
I am a 19+ male boy I had successfully done sex with my gf 3 times Bt when last month I tried to have sex with her for the 4th time. Bt dick didn't get ererct It get ererct for 1 2 mins n gets down .i tried several times Bt Josh he nhi uth raha tha Hum socha I was tired so erect nhi ho raha N Also socha Erectile dysfunction huwa saayad Hum kuch din baad fir try kya Bt same huwa Ek bar erect hota heh Phir nam jata heh Gf ka sath sex kartay samay Josh he nhi uthhh taa Bt kuch din baad hum alg larki ek thu ka sath sex kya. Tab Josh v utha n success huwa. So mey apna gf ka sath sex sex karnay k lyai. Viagra lay raha hu Please hum ko bolo Viagra ka kya kya side effect heh?
I have red eyes and stomach pain or some other problems so what can I do please tell me because so so pain.
My body is paining and headache and cold also what I do for it what is the prevent of these disease.
48 year old male, known case of mi, ptca with stenting to lad in nov 2012, on medication deplatt a 150, was also taking resovas 5 mg but treating doctor stopped resovas as lipid was low, my weight is 69 height is 178 cm, reduced weight by 6 kg since ptca. Also my bp is normally 100/70 but heart rate is 54 to 68-70. Lot of anxiety. Given alprex. 25 sos. Recently there is pain in upper abdomen in centre what can be the reason? please guide for right diet also so I may gain wieght at least 5-6 kg.
I have skin allergy with fungal infection. When I am using medicine allergy decrease. After some days it will come again. How to I am free from allergy.
Children are constantly falling prey to coughs and colds and viral infections. A strong immune system is the only way to protect them from such illnesses. Our immune system develops as we grow. For this reason, many doctors consider the occasional bout of cold or flu to be a good thing for 6-8 year olds. This helps build their immune system. Here are a few other ways you can boost their immune system.
- Breastfeed your baby: It is recommended that you should breastfeed your baby for as long as possible up to a year. Colostrums or the milk produced during the first few days after a baby's birth is extremely rich in antibodies that fight a number of diseases. The white blood cells in breast milk can protect your baby against ear infections, allergies, indigestion, urinary tract infections and lower their risk of suffering from diabetes, colitis, Crohn's disease and some forms of cancer later in their life.
- Have a fiber rich diet: Give your child plenty of fruits and vegetables in their daily diet. These are rich in vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients. Phytonutrients can increase the body's production of white blood cells and interferon. Interferon is an antibody coating cell surfaces that block viruses. Such a diet can also help a child build immunity against cancer and heart diseases later in life.
- Quality sleep: Sleep deprivation can increase your susceptibility to illnesses by lowering the production of white blood cells and weakening the immune system. Insist on your child getting adequate sleep. While a newborn may need 18 hours of sleep a day, toddlers require 12-13 hours of sleep. Preschoolers need at least 10 hours of sleep a day. If it isn't possible for your child to get his or her sleep in one go, encourage them to take a nap in the afternoons.
- Exercise: Regular exercise boosts the production of white blood cells. To encourage your children to get away from computers and television, make exercise a family activity. Exercising will also help them release their energy and allow them to have a better sleep.
- Prevent the Spreading of Germs: From an early age, you must inculcate good hygiene habits in your children. Teach them to wash their hands with soap before and after a meal, every time they come into the house from outdoors and after using the toilet. Disposing of a child's personal items such as toothbrushes after they have had an infection can also keep the germs from spreading.