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Hiv Prophylaxis Post Exposure
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Hi, I am 27 years old male. I have been masturbating regularly since 14-15 years. Some times 2 times a day. But I didn't face any problem. But from the last 15 days I have observed that during masturbation at the last moment when the semen are going to be ejected I am feeling extreme pain. That's why I can't able to get full pleasure and satisfaction. After that I have reduced masturbation and did it after 5 days, but felt the same. Then after 10 day (yesterday) I did it again but felt same and amount of semen are significantly less and didn't get satisfaction. That's why I did again and this time there was blood mixed with my semen and I am feeling a little pain in my testicles till now. I am getting very tensed. What should I do? Please help me. A N.B- I am single and virgin.
I have pain in neck, right ankle, both wrist, right waist. Now I there in sense less feeling in right leg. I have done all type of blood test ,x ray but all are normal except cervical spondylosis. I visited one pain clinic but they found no arthritis and provided duxet tablet. Please advice further treatment.
Hi, I had Gall bladder stone and surgery in 2014. In 2017 stone found in common bile duct and removed by ERCP. now I Have fatty liver.and I Need guidance on diet.
Hello there, Actually I have to ask one thing that my wedding date has been fixed i.e. 28/04/2018. That question is that should I required to have pre wedding sexual treatment? I never had sex ever before nor I have any sexual problem earlier I used to masturbate seldomly, somewhere and somehow I think there may be a problem for premature ejaculation but I am not confirm about it. As I never had sex earlier before. Presently I have no problem in my erection it's normal. These days I have started take healthy diet too and going gym as well to reduce my weight. Please suggest me what to do. Should I take pre wedding sexual treatment or not?
What is the impact if the following are the result of the blood test of 80 years old male, 1.CRP-C reactive protein count is 96.8 2.Blood urea count is 66.
Meri mummy ko 1 week se body pain fever cold headache hai kabhi kal hota hai kabhi Jada ho jata hai doctor se check karvaya thi ek injection or doctor he kuch medicine diya tha uska naam nai pata please kuch bataiye kuki Sunday ko yeha koi Doctor nai milta or medical ki facilitie nai hai.
I have stomach upset or something, everything I eat I feel like vomiting after eating it and I goes repetitive urination every 10/15 mins and my Urine is yellowish in colour as well. And I cannot regain strength by eating food I always lye down on the bed due to weak body because of the mentioned detail. What medication do I need to use?
Hi, I am 26 year old female from noida. From the past few days I am suffering from continuous headache which gets increases in the evening till I go to bed. In the morning time, I am feeling drizzling. In-spite of having complete sleep, this headache is not getting over. Please tell me reason and suggest something.
320 blood sugar level is too high or is just a high. and also having pain in hand and legs. To avoid all this what is the treatment.
Tuberculosis is a bacterial infection triggered by the Mycobacterium tuberculosis bacterium. Mainly attacking the lungs, the bacterial infection can be life-threatening with serious complications. The condition can also affect other parts and organs of the body, including the genital tract. Genital Tuberculosis is a medical condition where the bacterium Mycobacterium tuberculosis attacks the genital tract. The other genital organs such as the testes, prostate gland, ovaries, uterus, fallopian tubes, vulva, urinary bladder, cervix, as well as the vagina, may be equally affected by the dangerous infection with severe consequences. As per a survey, incidences of genital tuberculosis were not very common in India until few years, but the incidences have increased, affecting approximately 9% of the total population.
Mode of Spread of Genital Tuberculosis
Genital tuberculosis can affect any person irrespective of their sexes. The infectious is known to be contagious and can spread through the following possible means
- In some people, the infection can initially attack other body parts and then gradually spread to the genital tract. For example, prolonged and untreated tuberculosis of the lungs may trigger genital tuberculosis in females.
- The bacterial infection can also spread from an infected person through their nasal droppings, cough (in the case of pulmonary tuberculosis).
- Being in close physical proximity (such as shaking hands, sharing food or even sexual intercourse) to a person suffering from tuberculosis can also spread the infection.
Symptoms of Genital Tuberculosis:
There are no characteristic symptoms or early signs associated with Genital Tuberculosis. In fact, in many cases, the infection is said to be latent where the bacterial attack will not result in any subsequent infection. However, a person with Genital Tuberculosis may complain of the following complications.
- Pain in the pelvic region.
- Bleeding may be observed after having sex.
- Menstrual problems, such as irregular periods, heavy vaginal discharge (often blood stained). In some women, the infection left untreated can cause the menses to stop completely, making it a traumatizing experience.
- Women with genital tuberculosis may find it difficult to conceive (when the condition affects the fallopian tube, ovaries, and the uterus).
It is needless to say that if any of the mentioned symptoms persist for long, waste no time and consult a physician at the earliest. Timely medical intervention may help to alleviate some of the harmful consequences associated with the condition.
Diagnosis and Treatment
The diagnosis of genital tuberculosis include
- A tuberculin skin test.
- The doctor may also recommend an examination of the menstrual blood to understand the condition better.
- An ultrasound of the pelvic area, cervical smear analysis or endometrial curettage can also be used in the diagnosis.
- Laparoscopic as well as an endoscopic study of the genital organs for a more accurate diagnosis.
The treatment for genital tuberculosis involves the administration of anti-TB drugs (in two phases as per DOTS initiative).
In the first stage, three anti-TB drugs are given to the patient over a span of 2 months. The next stage includes administration of at least two anti-TB drugs continued over a span of 4-10 months.
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