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I am 16 years old boy. I have lump on my balls (testicles). It give pain. It from yesterday. The lump is in pea shape up side of right ball.
My daughter 14 years old, suffered dengue fever. Now she is alright. However she is irritated with acnes on her face. What medicine or cream should be used. Does it require medication or it will be cleared on its own.
I have feeling pain in my neck and back side from last 2 days what can be the problem. Please tell me.
Hi I am a boy of 19 year old My body growth is well but my Sexual organ is not better It's size is too small So please tell me what am I do
Hi, I just made my testosterone total test. Which is 185 unit. Which is very low I guess. How to cure with that? Or is it normal and will increase normally? Cautions and precautions? And does any harm in this unit?
I have facing the problem that I am suffering from irregular urination. Some time I am go for a toilet 3 or 4 time in whole day and some time I a situation is that I have to go for a toilet 3 or 4 time in 1 hour. I'm facing this problem since last 1 year I'm also facing excessive sweeting on my back. I got typhoid last year all these problem create after that. I have tests bidal 2 times but the report were negative. Within last 1 year. I want to know that all those things which I mentioned above are normal. Or should I need some medicine for that.
Dear doctor If I do masturbation just once in a week I'm feeling very weak and my weight is reduced and I have a hallow cheek. Shall I avoid it permanently? Pls advise me. Some times I'm getting fear about if I don't do masturbation it will cause any prostate cancer. Just to avoid such a cancer I'm doing masturbation once in a week without interest. Pls advise me. My weight is 54 kg, height is 170 cm.
Chickenpox is an airborne illness, which spreads effortlessly through sneezes and coughs of an affected individual. The disease is highly contagious and is caused due to an infection by the varicella zoster virus (VZV). The characteristic features are skin rashes that form small, itchy blisters. It may also spread through contact with the person affected with blisters.
Symptoms: The early signs in teenagers and adults (loss of appetite, nausea, pain in muscles and headache) followed by the trademark rash or oral sores and mild fever that indicate the presence of the ailment. In children, there is an absence of the early signs. The rashes begin as red spots on visible areas of the body and thereby increases in severity as time progresses.
At the stage of blister, intense itching occurs. Visible symptoms develop in the oral cavity and tonsil in the form of ulcers, which can be extremely painful. These symptoms appear between 10 to 21 days of contact with the infected person. Since the nasal excretion contains the virus, the infected person becomes infectious around 2 days before the visible symptoms appear. Usually, the condition self resolves in around 2 weeks.
Prevention: Chicken pox can be prevented by:
- Maintaining proper hygiene standards. The infected person should be kept in isolation. The virus is susceptible to disinfectants, heat and detergents.
- In most top countries, compulsory vaccination is followed to prevent chicken pox. After the first immunization, the second dosage is recommended after 5 years.
Treatment: Easing the symptoms is the main focus of treatment. The infected are advised to remain at home, in isolation, in order to prevent the spread of the disease. Measures should be taken to avoid scratching so that secondary infections are prevented. Good hygiene and using of warm water to clean the skin daily, is mandatory. Paracetamol might be used to reduce fever. Treatment using antivirals (with 24 to 48 hours of onset) is recommended for adults, but not for children. Water intake to reduce dehydration and headache is advised.
Since chickenpox is more severe in adults than it is in children, parents usually favour their wards receiving the virus at an early age. This is countered by doctors who believe that children are safer using vaccination, which is the virus in a weakened form, rather than the disease that may prove to be fatal. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a dermatologist.