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Hey doc. I hd sex with gb road prostitute forcedly ð¨ð¨ð¨ and she used two condom but the condom doesn't cover my base of dick it cover 3/4 0f the portion however the do not brush or tear or slip I worry that did I got any hiv or studs because it was done be fore 5 month I'm not dealing any illness or and anxiety but have few pimple on my chicks and I was suffering from acne from 2 years I'm worry about hiv and std please help me.
I have been suffering from fever last 3 days I thought that it will be gone butt it still persisting what to do.
Sir, I am suffering with headache from 3 days so please tell me the remedy to get relief from headache then only I will do my work freely.
In moderen lifestyle hemorrhids are very common ,
To prevent this , Avoid rubbing the anal area. You can rinse off in the shower or on a bidet instead of wiping yourself with toilet paper. After cleansing, gently pat the anal area dry with a soft, absorbent towel or cloth.
Take nonprescription pain relievers. Acetaminophen (Tylenol) can help with pain. Aspirin and other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as ibuprofen (Motrin) and naproxen (Aleve) can help with pain and swelling. Be safe with medicines. Read and follow all instructions on the label.
Take a sitz bath. Fill your bathtub with just enough warm water to cover the anal area. Do this several times a day, especially after you have had a bowel movement. Soak for about 15 minutes at a time. Be careful! If the water is too warm, it can burn you.
Use nonprescription medicines as recommended by your doctor or pharmacist. See Medications for information on nonprescription ointments, creams, and suppositories.
Other comfort measures
You may need a day or more of bed rest to take pressure off inflamed, irritated veins. If you are pregnant, you may find it helpful to lie on your side. If you are not pregnant, sleeping on your stomach with a pillow under your hips will help reduce swelling of hemorrhoids.
Try not to sit or stand for a long time when hemorrhoids are irritated. If you must sit for a long time, sit on a pillow. Avoid lifting heavy objects.
Wear cotton underwear to prevent moisture buildup, which can irritate hemorrhoids. Wear loose clothing to allow freedom of movement and to reduce pressure on the anal area.
I am suffering from TB from last 6 month. If I smoke but doing my medicines continue than what gonna happen?
I have a problem with stomach pain. oftenly bcoz I have been eating mess food for last three years. And I have problem of gas also sometimes.
I am sweating a lot rather than a normal sweating during summer. And my face become so oily. please suggest me which medicine reduce my sweating and oil.
A STD is transmitted by means of physical intimate contact and intercourse. These diseases are caused by parasites, virus or bacteria. Usually STDs are preventable provided you make the right choices concerning your sexual health. Refraining from sex isn’t a feasible idea at all. But fortunately there are alternatives too to curb the menace that STDs are:
- Mutual monogamy: Two people who have sex only with one another don’t have any opportunity to bring a new STD into the relationship. If you and your partner have been tested and are healthy, remaining faithful to each other is a very good way to reduce your chances of contracting an STD.
- Get Vaccinated: One important prevention tool against STIs is vaccination. Currently, vaccines are available to protect against infection with HPV, hepatitis A and B. Talk to your healthcare provider to see which vaccines might be recommended for you.
- Protect Yourself: Condoms work really well in stopping most STIs from being passed from an infected partner to another when they are used consistently and correctly every time a person has oral, vaginal or anal sex. Consistently and correctly means that a person makes sure they use a condom every time they have oral, vaginal or anal sex and put it on and use it the right way.
- Avoid alcohol and drug use: Avoiding alcohol and recreational drug use reduces the risk of contracting an STI, having an unwanted pregnancy, or being coerced to have sex. Alcohol and drug use can reduce our ability to make good decisions. It may also make us more likely to be talked into into participating in an activity without being able to give our full consent.
- Consider male circumcision: There's evidence that male circumcision can help reduce a man's risk of acquiring HIV from an infected woman (heterosexual transmission) by as much as 60 percent. Male circumcision may also help prevent transmission of genital HPV and genital herpes.
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It's traumatic to find out you have an STI. You might be angry if you feel you've been betrayed or ashamed if there's a chance you infected others. At worst, an STI can cause chronic illness and death, even with the best care in the world. Between those extremes is a host of other potential losses is trust between partners, plans to have children and the joyful embrace of your sexuality and its expression. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a General Physician.
My wife aged 61 years is suffering from Anemia and my doctor after referring to blood report confirms she is thalassemia minor patient. Is there any medicine available for this diagnose. She is also suffering from type II diabetes and hypertension.
Yes I want to ask how frequently you get headaches?
Actually its a problem which make us very restless but still we avoid it. You people know that a headache may lead to serious issues so be aware.
1. Take care of your posture while sitting standing or reading.
2. In every six months take capsules of vitamin A for 10days.
3. Go for eye examination if you are feeling pain in your head and around eyes. In fact you should schedule an eye check up every six months.
4. Take fresh fruits veggies fish they are beneficial.
5. Limit of use of mobiles tv and other gadgets and take a good sleep and exercise.
So don't avoid headaches. Go for a routine check up.