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I have a problem of chronic sinusitis. I took medication eg. Levocitrizine about one month but after that it again started. So please help me sir.
Sir I am unable to sleep from yesterday due to this my head feels very heavy .I am trying for sleeping but I am unable .Suggest me any tablet because tomorrow is my exam and due to this I am under stress.
Sir I having some problem with my sexual life. I am unmarried but I do hand practice since 3years. Wat I do my heart does not like to study. please help me Dr.
I am a married men age is 34. My issue is my dick not fully erected and stretch and fully bend and my sperm come out after 9 or 10 stage. please suggest what should I do.
My penis length is 2 inch when flaccid and 5.5 inch when full erect I have low stamina and early discharge problem what can I do my penis girth is 5 is this normal shat can I do for increase sex power I am single. What can I do.
Pls guide me How to maintain n improve sexual time Main foran discharge hojane ki wajah se pareshan hun Kai Dr's se Advoice liya treatment kiya But koi khas result nahi Agar result hai to boliye Warna drop kardo.
In order to spice up their relationship, couples can sometimes consider the option of anal intercourse instead of vaginal intercourse. Some recent studies have suggested that anal sex is actually bad for your health and can also result in severe and life threatening conditions.
Below are a few reasons that will make you aware of the risks of involving in anal sex. They are as follows:
- Fissures or piles: The anal tissues are non-stretchable and thereby an insertion of the penis into your partner’s anus can lead to tearing of the anus which might make your partner prone to anal fissures or piles. Besides, anal sex can cause severe pain while excretion the morning after, as there can be a significant weakening of the anal muscles.
- Increases the chances of anal cancer: If you and your partner frequently engage in anal sex, your partner’s chances of getting anal cancer increases as the act can initiate the transmission of the Human Papillomavirus (the virus responsible for anal cancer).
- Bacterial infection: Anus is a place designed to hold and facilitate the passing of faeces. This makes it a fertile breeding ground and holding area for bacteria. Through insertion, there is a high chance that you can be infected through your partner’s bacteria. Also if vaginal intercourse occurs immediately after anal intercourse, your partner can also get affected by the bacteria that transfer from the anus to the vagina. It can cause UTIs or urinary tract infections at the least and more serious infections as well.
- Sexually transmitted diseases: Contrary to popular opinions, having unprotected anal sex can actually increase the chance of getting HIV and other deadly Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD’s). As the anal tissues are extremely fragile, the risk of the transmission of sexually transmitted infections in the bloodstream remains quite high for both the partners involved. Even if you’re using a condom whilst engaging in the act, the chances of getting STD’s looms large as condoms are more prone to breakages during anal sex.
- You can still get pregnant: Engaging in unprotected anal sex does not really mean that you cannot actually get pregnant from it. There is a slight chance of semen leakage from the anus which can seep into the vagina and result in pregnancy.
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My outside elbow broke into 3 pieces while I fell off the bike 12 years back. The pain has come back recently. Even the inside elbow has started hurting after a minor injury & the pain is not fading away inspite if massaging with ointments. I used to lift light weights but has stopped now. Kindly advise.
The anus is a highly vascular area, and these blood vessels dilate, leading to a condition called hemorrhoids, which are external and protrude into the anus (external) or into the rectum (internal). While most hemorrhoids are self-limiting and can be managed with conservative care, about 10% to 20% of the hemorrhoids may require surgical removal.
When is surgery needed?
- Thrombosed hemorrhoid
- Prolapsed hemorrhoids
- Relentless bleeding (maybe painless also)
- Recurrent hemorrhoids
Types of surgery required
The exact location of the hemorrhoid and the severity will dictate the type of surgery required. Read on to know some of the common techniques are used to treat hemorrhoids.
- MIPH (minimal invasive surgery for haemorrhoids): Also known as hemorrhoidopexy, it involves the use of surgical staples to keep a recurrently prolapsing hemorrhoid in place. These staples ensure they do not prolapsed again. It also cuts of blood supply, so the growth is curtailed. This is done as a same-day procedure under local or general anesthesia. This is the procedure of choice for grade 2 and grade 3 bleeding piles. It is a totally painless procedure and is widely accepted by patients.
- Hemorrhoidectomy: It is done under general anaesthesia or spinal anaesthesia in people where conservative and in-office procedures have failed. The hemorrhoids are often large, prolapsed, and cause bleeding. This requires hospitalization and may need about a week to recover completely. This was the standard procedure earlier. It is still very useful for prolapsed large piles.
Post surgery, there could be rectal pain and discomfort. In addition, the patient should drink water adequately, eat a high-fiber diet, and use a stool softener to prevent recurrence.