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Hello sir, Actually m feeling cold from past two days and continuously my stomach keeps paining and for that I feel like going washroom and because of this I use to visit washroom frequently m eating normal food cooked at home then also my stomach is not in good condition sir please tell me some medicine m taking lemofen from past 2 days and because of this m not able to eat anything before 1 pm if I will eat I have to again rush to washroom. What should i do?
I can't go long enough during intercourse or any sexual activity. Hardly it takes 2-3min for me to ejaculate. Is this premature ejaculation can be cured? How can I improve my sex time and satisfaction. What should I do? please help.
I have frequently suffering from sneezing, cold while I sleep. In morning I suffer from frequently sneezing. What I should do to remove it completely.
I'm a software engineer age 26. I was diagnosed type 2 diabetes at the age of 24, one and half year to be exact. I was running with high blood sugar levels. I've been on medication for past 6 months obimet sr 500 (metformin hydrochloride sustained release 500 Mg) daily night after dinner. And recently I was advised that to go for fasting by my family doctor. So I skipped a noon lunch for more than 10 days. I felt great and light and even my blood sugar levels were down. But from past 15 days I was on travel due to business and I didn't follow diet. So back to square one. So is fasting advisable to me? He said to take very minimal food. As every food converts into glucose even food with low glycemic index. So he advised to take eggs and meat with fats so that it's not converted into glucose. So is that good diet?
Hi, I am 25 year, male. I have these headaches, sometimes to extreme that I need to sleep to get rid of it. I am sensitive to light, sound, specially heat, also sometimes I feel nauseated when I am having an headache. I also have little lumps on my forehead after headache, which hurts. I have been experiencing these headaches from long time now. Can you suggest me which kind of headaches are these and what kind of treatment I can get? thanks.
I'm having constipation problem and having blood loss and also I am losing my weight what should I do Dr. help.
I had problem in my stomach that I can't sit properly for toilet and to eat my meal. please say what to do.
Whether your complexion is fair or dark, almost everyone suffers from a rash at some point of time of the other. A rash can be described as a change in colour of texture of the skin. Most rashes are not life threatening. Skin rashes can be triggered by bacterial, vital or fungal infections and respond well to over the counter topical medication or oral antihistamines. May rashes are also triggered by a change in weather conditions and humidity or dry skin. However, there are some instances where a rash should not be ignored and a doctor should be consulted.
When a rash is accompanied by other symptoms
As a general rule of thumb, a rash that is accompanied by fever, muscle aches, crams etc should not be ignored. In such cases the rash is usually a symptom of a larger problem such as measles, scarlet fever and shingles or an allergic reaction.
Rashes that do not respond to medication
Rashes can take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks to completely heal but regular use of topical creams and oral antihistamines should how improvements in a day or two. Any rash that does not respond to topical ointments and continues to spread to other parts of your body must be shown to a doctor at once.
Most rashes are localized and restricted to a small area. Widespread rashes are usually a sign of allergies and need medical attention. Rashes that emerge suddenly should also be shown to a doctor as soon as possible.
While itchiness may be commonly associated with many types of rashes, pain is a symptom of a bigger problem. Painful rashes should be immediately shown to a doctor.
Rashes that become infected
Rashes that itch may cause scratching that can lead to added infections. Hence, ideally, a rash should never be scratched. Swelling, yellow or green discharge, crusting, warmth in the area around the rash and red streaks radiating out from the rash are signs of infections.
A rash that begins to blister
Most rashes only cause bump on the surface of the skin. If these bumps turn into blisters or open sores, medical attention should be immediately sought. This is especially necessary in cases where the rash is around the eyes, mouth or genitals. A blistering rash may be due to an allergic reaction, reaction to medication or an internal trigger. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a dermatologist and ask a free question.