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Sir/madam Since some days I'm facing erection problem. In a day it is getting erected and getting normal but when I'm with my fiance it is not getting erected. I have lost 5 kg in a month is this a reason behind this problem.
I am 24 year old male. I have some problem of puberphonia at times and hoarse/hazy voice as I understand from the feedback that I get. What should I do now? I've read online that speech/voice therapy can help me but can someone tell me what would be the duration and approximate cost of treatment? Thanks.
I discovered that my penis size is become less in girth as compared to 2yrs back. I am 28 now. Is it something to worry?
I was operated for inguinal hernia (which I had developed due to excessive cough due to dust and pollution soon after 2013 diwali) - left abdomen on 4.5. 2014 by laparascopy. In winters I again had excessive cough. This resulted in recurrence of inguinal hernia about 10 weeks ago. I developed mild back pain due to accidental forward bending during morning massage which is my daily routine. I did not take much notice of it. However, on the morning of 24 may, the day I was to be operated for open hernia surgery I had shooting pain emanating from the back of left buttock. I had to be taken emergency for pain management. Mri did not give any much positive finding except degenerative changes in the vertebrae and l5-s1 compression. (that is also due to aging) I was operated for hernia on 1.5. 2015 through open surgery although the left thigh was still tender and paining. The cut us healing but causing pain - though reducing day by day. The left thigh muscle, however, is quite painful - like burning pain - and is very tender - painful to touch. I have started physiotherapy on 13.5. 2015. The therapist is giving ultrasonic and aft on the thigh and swd on the back. My question is whether: i) the left thigh muscle burning sensational pain could be due to the groin nerve that got pressed due to earing of scrotal guard - ill advised by a junior doctor as it is coincidental that the shooting pain resulted after about 4 days of wearing scrotal guard? or ii) could it be referred pain due to hernia that used to press the nerve? iii) is the treatment being given correct? iv) will I be able to travel - going to the uk on the 28th of may and us on the 7th of june?
I am Deepika Kohli. I am a femle nutritionist working with British Biologicals.I started my career with All India institute of Medical Sciences in a W.H.O. project. After that, I was working with chief dietician in Jeevan Anmol Hospital. Then with Faiser as diabetes educator. Then with Ebbot as a nutrition adviser. Presently I am dealing with all therapeutic diets like diabetic diets at LifeCare and Jeevan Anmol hospital as well.
Today, I will be talking about diabetes.
What is diabetes?
Diabetes is a chronic metabolic disorder in which a person is not able to utilise glucose completely. It’s of 2 types. Type-1 diabetes and Type-2 diabetes.
Type-1 diabetes totally insulin dependent.
Type- 2 diabetes which is found in middle-aged and elderly persons, it is non-insulin dependent.
What are the causes of diabetes?
Causes can be genetic and be due to sedentary lifestyle, due to some increased weight (obesity). So, this can be managed through diets, drugs, education and exercise.
I’ll be telling you dietary management of diabetes. A person who is diabetic should restrict their calories. If a patient is overweight, then I suggest them 20 kcal/kg body weight. It’s these calories they have to take. And if the patient is underweight, then 40 kcal/kg body weight calories. And if the person is of ideal body weight, then 25 kcal/kg body weight is the calorie requirement for that patient. And protein should be 15- 20% of total calories. 25-30 gm of total calories should come from fat. But the fibre is very very important for a diabetic patient. Like fibre is a thing which gives satiety feeling to the patient’s diet and along with that, it passes undigested from the small intestine to large intestine. Because a diabetic patient will feel very hungry during the day, so if we are giving small small amounts of salad, vegetables or thick vegetable soup along with fibre, so the patient will feel satiety and not feel hungry.
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