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Hello Doctor. I am in post menopause phase. What should I do to take care of my health from now on? Any safe supplements required or is a normal diet enough?
It has been 2 months , i am suffering from ringworms ! Is it take time to cure ? And also need a permanent solution .
I am suffering from tonsilsl i.e throat infection, since 7 years, due to this frequently get fever, sneezing, body pain, cold, headache, & problem in eating food. Its effect my studies. please help me out.
I am 38 years old. Married. Male. Weight 65 kg. Bp last I checked yesterday 125/80. I am suffering from hypertension. Hurt burn and stomach upset. Disturbed sleep. Stress over the whole body specially near the collar bone. Burning sensation in stomach. Indigestion. Bowling routine is irregular. Anxiety. Fear and violent stress which makes the head heavy, dull and blank. I face hard to think any thing or concentrate to anything. Sometimes body discomfort. I went to vellore. They prescribed me sertraline100 and clonazepam 0.5. Now I do nat taking anything of those medicines. Clonazepam sometimes occurs heartburn and stomach burn. What shall I do. Very tiredness hunts me through the day. Stress on chest and high sensation of repent put me into a deep stress. Now my head is become hot. restlessness throughout the day. Cramp like sensation just under the forehead and eyes. Discomfort over the whole body.
I am Male, 21 yrs. I am having groin pain since 3 years approx. After that I noticed that I am having such pain always after lifting heavy weights. I also had some burning sensations in my inguinal region. I have noticed small lump in my scrotum between both testicle. It is movable and pain less. This lump sometime goes invisible, Don't know how. Also have small lump in thigh joint both sides. Attaching ultrasound report with this. (No mass, No varicocele, No Hydrocele) Doctor said I am having some infection and bought me anti-biotic. At the time of Sonography, the lump was not visible. So I am not fully satisfied. Kindly help. What could it be? A Cancerous mass? Should I have to do Ultrasound again? In a physical examination by my GP (MD, 40 years experience) He said that there is no evidence of inguinal hernia. And Radiologist said that he can not see any lump in my scrotum. I mentioned that lump can be seen only sometimes but he said no worry. Note - They examined me in lying position.
Having breathing problem ever since angiography done in 2006 added to this having asthama, diabetes on border, pressure on border taking regular tests and medicines from platinum hospital and bethaney hospitals now I stay at Dubai visiting mumbai 15th march please advice me how get a remedy to get relief from breathing problem using all kinds of inhailers etc and medicines but no use.
How to increase size of penis and sex power, I am 43 years of age married but just now few things which I was not aware of that in young ages.
I hava bad voice when I sing. I want to make my voice better sweet and attractive. I have cough every time 365 days in my throat and in upper portion of throat (nose) What should I do to make my voice sweet, attractive and cough free?
I have buzzing sound in my ear continuously that makes me irritated is it tinnitus? if yes then what I should do?
An immune system disorder distinguished by dry mouth and dry eyes is known as Sjogren’s Syndrome. It can also cause dryness in places that require moisture, such as throat, nose and skin. Sjogren’s syndrome is often linked to other diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis and lupus (disease in which the immune system destroys its own tissues and causes inflammations). Sjogren’s syndrome normally affects people over the age of 40, and it mostly affects women.
Sjogren’s syndrome has mainly two symptoms, and they include:
- Dry eyes: You feel like there is sand in your eyes as it burns and itches
- Dry mouth: You have difficulty speaking or swallowing
Sometimes, you might experience other symptoms as well, such as:
- Joint pain, stiffness and swelling
- Inflamed salivary glands
- Dry skin or skin rashes
- Vaginal dryness
- Continuous dry coughs
- Sustained fatigue
The exact cause of Sjogren’s syndrome is not known, but research strongly suggests that the autoimmune disease could be caused by genetic factors; especially if the illness has been found in more than one member of the family. Also, families with members suffering from type I diabetes, lupus and autoimmune thyroid disease can cause one or more members of the family to develop Sjogren’s syndrome.
The complications of Sjogren’s syndrome include:
- Dental cavities: Saliva protects the teeth from harmful bacteria that cause cavities. Since your mouth is dry, you become more susceptible to develop cavities.
- Yeast infections: Oral thrush, an oral yeast infection, is likely to develop if you have Sjogren’s syndrome.
- Vision problems: Dry eyes can cause corneal ulcers, sensitivity and blurred vision.
- Problems in the lungs, liver or kidneys: Inflammations can lead to bronchitis or pneumonia in your lungs; may cause cirrhosis or hepatitis C in your liver; and may lead to kidney malfunctions.
- Lymphoma: Some people with Sjogren’s syndrome might develop lymphoma, or lymph node cancer.
Peripheral neuropathy: Another complication of this illness is peripheral neuropathy, which is a tingling, burning and numbness sensation felt in your feet and hands.
Sjogren’s syndrome is either treated with drugs, or with surgery. Doctors may prescribe drugs to increase the production of saliva and to treat inflammations. Alternatively, surgery is done to either seal the tear ducts or insert silicon or collagen plugs to close the ducts temporarily. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a doctor.