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I am 20 year old boy, she is married to a man who is out of station for months, he comes home once for 6 months so she is asking me to sex her and satisfy her sexual desires, I asked her to go with HIV checkup ,report proved that she do not have HIV, and she also suggested me to put condom while intercourse. I have asked her for some time to decide and she has promised me to keep this relationship as secret. I want suggestions how to have sex with her safe and satisfy her more than she expects, I have 5.2 inch penis (when erected)
I am 45 year old female having vesicular lesion on palms and taking steroid tablets. My lesion has cured in 7 days but I want to ask if there is any chance of relapse if I stop.?
My daughter aged five and half years started to vomit anything she ate or drank from 1st June. On 2nd June my wife took her to a General Physician who prescribed Domstal - 5 DT and Ondem. As she showed no improvements, on 2nd June we took her to other doctor and she was prescribed Zyfix 100 LB, Vomikind MD 4 and advised to orally consume Glucose. She showed no improvement and visited the doctor again who advised to continue the same prescription and additionally prescribed Cypon. She showed some improvement but too tired as she had not eaten a proper food. On 7th June, she got rashes on her left upper arm. We again went to the doctor who prescribed citizen and Globet GM. As the rashes started to spread, on 7th June we went to 3rd doctor know to us who did a CBC and advised cepodem, Ondem, Atarax and calosoft Lotion. Her blood report showed the platelet count as 5.42 lakh/cmm and further advised for an abdomen and pelvis scan. The scan report showed everything normal. As the scan report was normal he advised her to admit to hospital. The same day we admitted her to a hospital recommended by the 3rd doctor. They repeated the blood report and was administered saline by 7 PM. By 9 PM my daughter was active, happily ate the food and has not vomited since that day. She had a good sleep and morning too she ate happily and we felt that she is getting better. However the rashes were still there and the doctor in hospital told that she is fine and blood report is normal and the platelet counts (4.79 lakh/cmm) are coming to normal and Reactive protein was 6.3 mg/dl. The saline was stopped in the morning and was discharged by 4 PM the next day. She was advised to continue Atarax and calosoft Lotion. As the rashes were not coming down, the next day (10th June) we took her to a dermatologist and he advised Allercet and Dapsone. She had not been to school these many days. The rashes had almost disappeared by 13th June and we sent her to school on 14th June. By the time she came home, she had rashes till knee complained pain in knee and calf muscle. We did not send her to school the following day and by evening 15th the rashes reduced and we sent her to school on 16th. Again by evening she had rashes and pain. We decided not to send her to school and watch over her condition on weekend. By 18th evening the rashes reduced significantly and we sent her to school on 19th. Rashes re-appeared by 5 pm when she returned home but no pain this time. Also the intensity of rashes is less when compared to other days. Please advise us on her condition and course of action to be taken.
I'm 23 years old boy. I'm facing hair loss and dandruff issue. Also, my scalp is becoming itchy. It's been almost 5 years now and I think this is time I should consult and take care of my hair before losing everything.
Hi doctor I am 27 years old and my weight my weight is 96. I have high cholerstol and low sugar which tablet I have to take
Viral infections usually lead to viral fever, which is characterised by high body temperatures and body ache.
The main cause of viral fever is infection. It is contagious, and it spreads from one person to another by coming in contact directly with an infected person’s body fluids.Viruses Viruses are spread when an infected person sneezes, coughs, yawns or talks. Tiny particles of viruses are sprayed into the air, and if a healthy person is close enough, he/she can get infected and may start showing symptoms of fever anywhere between 16 to 48 hours.
Symptoms of viral fever and other critical conditions can often be similar, which makes it hard to diagnose it. Thus it is important to know the exact symptoms of viral fever. In case, you or any other member of your family, are incapacitated with high fever, look out for the following symptoms.
1. Fever can be intermittent, that is, it comes and goes in intervals
2. Fever is usually accompanied with chills (feeling of coldness induced by high fever)
3. Medicines do not work effectively
4. Fever persists longer than normal
5. Severe joint pains
6. Swollen face
Viral fever usually subside on their own, and can last for more than a week. But you should remember that antibiotics do not treat viral fever. Antibiotics are meant to kill bacteria, not viruses. So taking antibiotics during viral fever is not advised since it would not cure your symptoms, only give you an unpleasant case of acidity. Instead, you can take decongestants and over-the-counter anti-fever medications. If you lose a lot of body fluids (due to vomiting or diarrhoea), you need to consume fluids that will restore lost electrolytes, such as sport drinks or Gatorade. You can also try the following home remedies:
1. Coriander tea
2. Fenugreek water
3. Dill seeds porridge
4. Dry ginger concoction
5. Rice starch
6. Tulsi leaves
Viral fever can be prevented, and you don’t need to adopt any extreme measures. You can do simple things such as:
1. Regularly wash your hands
2. Abstain from going to crowded places
3. Don’t touch your nose and mouth without washing your hands
4. If you do have a cold, cover your nose or mouth with a clean hanky while sneezing, coughing or yawning