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I am 40 yrs old, I have been suffering from chronic pharyngitis since 4yrs having lots of problem. Have been taking medicine but not improve. What should I do?
Hi I am 24. Basically feeling mentally disturb from many days. Actually when I was I scul, I had some frnds. They started teasing me, dstrbing me by calling at night. And all. I got tensed with all this. Had a fight with them regarding this. And all this increased. I left the place where. We used to leave. I wouldn't have courage to face them. Bcoz every time they would tease me. All this while I got in masturbating bcoz after masturbating I could feel relieved. Them I got in college. Fee of meeting all of them, made me avoid going to scul. I stayed at home for around a year or so. No one was there to talk for 3 years. Than I started studying and joined my dad work. I dad got I'll, I had to carry his work. Study suffer and could not complete professional course. A girl came in my life. I fell in love and propose her, she accepted after many proposal. But suddenly started ignoring me and one day said she doesn't love me. I started my studies after she came in my lyf. And passed a part of it. Now she also left. I an not happy at present with all this that has happened in last 6 years. I can't focus on work & study. Get angry and irritated. Forget small things. Feel like not worthy to live. Whom to consult. psychologist or psychiatrist. Am I wrong in any way. Help me.
Hi am unable to breath in night sometimes in dreams. What Could be the problem and what could be the remedy. How can we have Better and Peaceful sleep.
My wife is 31 weeks pregnant now. Our gynecologist put cervical stitch for her. When they open the stitch before delivery (at which week) ? Or they do caesarian or is there any possible for normal delivery ? If it so what is our contribution for normal delivery ?
I am 21 years old got married 6 months back and m suffering from pcod can you please suggest me a quick way to get pregnant. M not fat my weight is 42 kg.
I was cuddling with my girlfriend and later on I inserted my penis 2-3 times without protection but did not ejaculate. Maybe I had a precum. She did not take any contraceptive. Also this was on 14th May. She got her periods 15 days later on 4th June as it was supposed to be on 20th May. She also have irregular periods. So does that mean she is pregnant? If so then what are the solutions. I am confused. Please help.
I am 24 year old, I am suffering from hair fall, have a history of hypothyroidism and on oral T3 and T4 since 4 years and low level B12 vitamin also.
Hi sir iam 30y of age and suffering from asthma, I undergoing medications from Dr. Vishnunrao, now iam in taiwan and the medicines are not available to, can you suggest me an alternative.
I gradually loosing my vision. What precautions should I adopted? Give me suggestions? Please refer about food also. What are different causes?
HIV infection and AIDS (commonly referred to as HIV/AIDS) are caused by the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). HIV is transmitted sexually and through exchange of body fluids, such as blood. The HIV attacks our defense system (immune system) giving opportunity to many illnesses to attack the body. These infections (called opportunistic infections) range from common cold and diarrhea to life-threatening illnesses including uncommon pneumonias and cancers. The type, range and intensity of opportunistic infections vary with the severity of the HIV infection and the extent to which our immunity is compromised.
AIDS is the last stage disorder of the HIV infection. Though there is no complete cure for the HIV-infection till date - despite thousands of scientists across the world working on it, spending countless hours of research involving billions of dollars - there has been tremendous progress in medicare improving the quality of life of the HIV-infected, in extending their life-span to almost normal levels and in preventing mother-child transmission.
The key factors in extending the life-span, and in keeping good immunity and good health are
balanced and nutritious diet
regular physical exercise
correct, consistent and lifelong use of the prescribed medicines
periodic medical checkups
staying psychologically positive and strong
good family support and
good lifestyle habits.
The last one involves maintaining good personal hygiene, avoiding smoking (active as well as passive), alcohol, recreational drugs, unhygienic and disease-prone environments and sedentary life style. Those who follow these will guidelines certainly have better prognoses.
A nutritious diet is of utmost importance to the HIV-infected, as adequate nutrition contributes to the development of the immune system, prevents malnutrition and wasting, achieves and maintains optimal body weight and strength, enhances the body’s ability to fight opportunistic infections, helps delay the progression of HIV, improves the effectiveness of drug treatments, and improves the quality of life.
Ensure that the food contains adequate macronutrients, that is, carbohydrates, proteins and fat, otherwise the patient may end up with - protein-energy malnutrition, manifesting itself in the weight loss and wasting that is typical of AIDS patients.
As per WHO, an HIV-infected person has additional nutrient requirements: 10-15 percent additional energy intake and 50 to 100 percent increase in protein intake as compared to a non HIV-infected person.
Consuming micronutrients (especially Vitamins A, B6 and B12, iron and zinc) is important for building a strong immune system and fighting infections.
Try and maintain a daily diet containing rice/roti, vegetables, legumes, and fruits which provide you energy and micronutrients. Choose foods that are low in saturated fat, trans fat, and cholesterol.
Eat at least two servings of fish each week. Oily fish, which contain omega-3 fatty acids, are best. If you cannot eat fish, you can also get omega-3 fats from omega-3 eggs, walnuts, flax seeds.
Better avoid fast foods.
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