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Dear Sir, I 33 years old. I am affected from diabetes. So I take what kind of foods. Please inform diffien, lunch and dinner food take?
I haven't been able to sleep since 2 days and I am having a severe headache, tried multiple home remedies, but didn't work, what to do? Please help me!
Sirf mujhe bohoth dino se khasi hai bukhaar aaya tha aur due to more cough I m feeling more khasi day by day please help me in suggesting any home remedies.
I was suggested to use djac-T medicine to delay ejaculation but want to know side effects of it. Can I use once in a week. Cannot we have homeopathic medicine which can be taken before sex.
When I doing sex with my girl friend sperms are coming out in 10 secs what can I do I can't satisfies him too much.
I had a very sore throat yesterday with no phlegm. Today, my throat is less sore but now with a little phlegm (mucus). What medication should I be taking ?
I am suffering last 2 years hyper acidity and we take this medicine Robi_DSR capsule and same digene liquid medicine course is complete we fine. But same time is same problem is there Blood report are normal Widal test, SGPT reports also normal please help.
My Mother suffering from JAUNDICE (Serum bilirubin 3.4 m. Gm) GALL BLADDER STONE (14 mom), and liver problem (not able to digest food) 3 DISEASE at same time. Kindly Guide For Which Disease treatment should be done first. She is facing more problem with liver. Not able to eat proper. Kindly guide.
I suffer from cold once in every 3 months. My back is also very sensitive. I suffer from back ache if I sit continuously for 3 hrs. Kindly malyse the reason for cold.
I am getting sleep disorder and the junk food is not digesting and force to vomit after 4 hours then only sleep is coming Please suggest.
I am 24 years old ,but still can not do any work or job , if I try do any job or start any business I fail in it . I try to concentrate in it by 100% by giving my best doing all hard works but some problems come like fever and cough or weakness and after recovering from it I can not concentrate again on work can anyone help plz.
I'm very sick, highly feverish, taken dolo 650 and azax 500 since 2 days but I'm still sick. And I am having high throat pain not even able to take water, I'm suffering with the mucus (the thick fluid in throat). I am clueless about why this is happening. My mother told me it could be due to heavy quantities of food followed by custard apple she fed leading to indigestion. What do you think doctor? What should I do now?
How is chicken pox spread? Is it spread only by physical contact only? Can you please elaborate about its symptoms and precaution measures.
(Human Immunodeficiency Virus, AIDS)
AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome) was first recognized in North America in the early 1980s. It is caused by a virus known as HIV(human immunodeficiency virus). HIV infection has become a world wide epidemic. As of 2013, the World Health Organization (WHO) stated there were 35 million people currently infected with the virus.
HIV is more common among certain populations at risk, such as people who inject illicit drugs, and bisexual and gay men. HIV infections are also increasing among women, Aboriginal peoples, and African and Caribbean communities.
The virus can be found in the blood, semen, vaginal fluid, and breast milk of infected people. HIV is also found in saliva, sweat, and tears, though not in high enough amounts to transmit the virus to another person. There are no known cases of anyone catching HIV through sneezing, shaking hands, or from toilet seats or mosquito bites.
HIV may be transmitted through unprotected heterosexual or homosexual, vaginal, anal, or oral sex. Although the risk of infection is lower with oral sex, it is still important to use protection during oral sex, such as a dental dam (a piece of latex to cover the vagina during oral sex) or a condom. HIV can also be passed on through perinatal infection, where mothers who have HIV are at risk of giving the disease to the baby during birth. The risk of perinatal infection is declining with new treatments. Breast-feeding by an infected mother can also transmit HIV.
Symptoms and Complications
Symptoms of HIV infection appear 2 to 12 weeks after exposure. At this point, the virus begins rapidly taking over immune cells in the blood. The symptoms of this phase are flu-like and include:
When the symptoms begin to appear, the person with HIV is very infectious.
The symptoms usually go away within a week to a month, and the person will feel fine again. However, the symptoms may return from time to time. The symptoms of HIV are similar to symptoms of other diseases. The only way to know for sure whether you are HIV-positive is to be tested. After infection with HIV, it can take 3 months for antibodies to the virus to be detectable in the blood. On average, it takes about 22 days to develop antibodies. This is called seroconversion. After seroconversion occurs, the virus can be detected using a blood test.
After the initial symptoms go away, the body's immune system tries to control the virus.
The immune system can keep the virus at bay for a while, but it can't completely get rid of it. Many people will feel fine for years before their immune system weakens and they develop AIDS. Without treatment, about half of HIV-positive people develop AIDS within 10 years of infection. Some people develop AIDS within a few years of infection. A few, called long-term non-progressors, do not develop AIDS until much later. Many factors affect the time frame to develop AIDS, including medications and the person's general health and lifestyle.
Anyone can become infected with HIV. Fortunately, it can be prevented.
The main ways to prevent HIV infection are:
Unless you are in a mutually monogamous relationship (neither of you is having sex with anyone else), and you are sure neither of you is HIV-positive, make sure to use a condom every time you have sex. In some cases, couples, where one partner is infected, may decide to risk infection of the other partner, especially if they are trying to get pregnant. If this is the case,talk to your doctor. Your choice of sexual partner is also important since condoms do sometimes break or leak. You may know that you practice safe sex and that you haven't used dirty needles, but you must also know that your sexual partners and all their other partners do the same. Sharing needles is very dangerous - it carries a high risk of getting HIV.
People with other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) such as herpes are much more likely to contract HIV during sex, probably because of tiny breaks in their skin or vaginal lining.Keeping free of other STIs will help reduce your risk of HIV infection, but this alone will not protect you from infection. That's why it is important to use condoms.