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Hai sir every two hours I will go to the pass the urine for the post void urine 35 ml and normal men once pass the urine after how many hours he pass the urine.
I was suffering pain from 2 days on both sides of testis and even I can't walk properly with that pain.
The air is saturated with moisture during the rainy season. This makes the weather humid and everything else damp. This makes it an ideal breeding season for bacteria, viruses and fungi. Common problems of the season like water logging even deteriorate this situation further. Skin-related problems are on the rise during the monsoons, especially due to fungal infections.
Here is a list of a few fungal infections and how you should deal with them:
- Athlete's foot: This disease occurs if the feet are exposed to dirty water for a long time. The skin turns greenish with pus-filled scaly and itchy patches. You can treat this by using absorbent anti-bacterial and anti-fungal powder. Soaking your feet in vinegar or bleach solutions can be helpful for getting relief from Athlete's foot. It is also best to keep your feet dry all the time and carry a separate pair of shoes.
- Ringworm: Ringworm infection occurs in the shape of a ring on your neck, on the soles of your feet, in the armpits etc. It can be treated with anti-fungal powder or cream. Also, avoid scratching the infected area or wearing clothes made of synthetic material.
- Tinea capitis: This is a fungal infection on the scalp or in a beard (also called ringworm of scalp). It can be treated using anti-fungal shampoo containing ingredients like salicylic acid which exfoliates the skin and scrubs the infected cells off the scalp.
- Nail infection: Dirt and mud that accumulate under the nails lead to fungal infection in both the fingers and toes. Due to the humid weather during the monsoons, accumulation of sweat under the nails is also responsible for such infections. The preventive measure is to keep short nails and remove dirt from under the nails. Anti-fungal powder is a remedy for this too.
- Eczema: This is a chronic skin condition where itching and bleeding blisters and patches appear on the skin. The disease is often aggravated during the monsoons due to the damp weather. This can be treated by applying salt and magnesium on the affected areas of the skin. Coconut oil helps to provide relief from the itching and burning sensations. A great way to keep your skin safe from these infections is to use only soft cotton clothes during the monsoon season. Materials like silk, satin, polyester etc. irritate the skin and do not allow the pores to breathe, so they should be avoided.
Mujhe fever hai jisse mere leg and hand bilkul bhi garm nhi h only mere face or mere ear garm h or red h.
Me ek bhari weight ka saman utha rha tha tbi mere peth me kch halka sa teech hua n uske baad wo Dard hone Lga dhere dhere Ye baat 6 months purani hai ...ab kbi kbi jb me bht Der tk khada rehta hu ya fir ghumta hu to halka halka Dard hone lgta...mghe kya karna chahia kya Ye usi k wgh se hai ya kch aur dikkat hai??
Sir I am totally worried about my face problem my face is filled with pimple, my face is looking like ugly, how to escape from that face disease.
How can I remove extra fat from my stomach it will make me very lazy. I do not want to use medicine for it I wana use simple tricks to over come it.
Please Help, I do not know what is happening, I am drinking 500 ml water in a day but I am urinating a lot in a day approx in every 2 hour. And also in morning without drinking single drop of water I start urinating excessively. And also when I drink water I have urge to go urine within 15 to 30 minutes which is pure white colour urine. What happens to me? Why I am urinating so excessive even without drinking water, From where this urine comes from? I am very worried.
My sister is suffering from thyroid I think. She is getting fatty day by day. Although she is doing dieting also but still no she does not able to loose weight. Is there any solution?
Sir I am having some weakness due to overload of work in my office. And also I am unable to handle my job due to strain and depression. Give me details of your precious advise. Thanks a lot for me to what medicine to be prescribe by you.
Dental sealants are barriers that can protect one's teeth from developing cavities. Made out of plastic material, there are usually applied to the molars and premolars at the back of the mouth.
How are dental sealants applied?
- The teeth on which the sealant is to be applied is cleaned properly and then dried. A solution containing acid is applied on the teeth to make the surface rough, as this helps the sealant bond well with the teeth.
- Then the teeth are rinsed, following which they are dried. Finally, the sealant is applied. At times, a special light is used to make the sealant dry easily.
Reasons to use dental sealants:
- The chewing surfaces of the teeth are aided by dental sealants. Sealants are thin coatings that are painted on those areas.
- One main reason for using sealants would be that even though brushing and flossing can remove the food particles stuck in the grooves of the teeth, at times some particles may be left behind. Sealants can prevent this.
- The sealant spreads over the enamel in the grooves of the teeth, acting as a shield. This prevents food particles from getting stuck in the pits and fissures of the teeth. When such food particles are stuck in the grooves of the teeth, cavities are likely to form. Applying sealants can prevent this.
- Children, who are at a greater risk of developing cavities, are often advised to use dental sealants to prevent their teeth from decay and damage.
- Adults whose teeth have suffered considerable decay may seek the help of sealants to protect them.
- Adults who have had fillings done in their teeth cavities may also apply sealants in order to prevent any further damage in the near or distant future.