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Treatment Of Erectile Dysfunction
Skin Care Treatment
Treatment of Migraine Treatment
Treatment of Neurological Problems
Weight Management Treatment
Piles Treatment (Non Surgical)
Sexually Transmitted Disease (Std) Treatment
Cysts Removal Procedure
Treatment Of Pregnancy Problems
Well Woman Healthcheck
Thyroid Problems Treatment
Corn Removal Procedure
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I am 20 years old and m doing daily handpractice/ masturbating can you tell me how to stop it. Please give me solution.
Hi, I am facing skin dryness in all seasons and looking elder than my age. One doctor told that I am facing Vitamin B deficiency. Kindly suggest solution for this.
Hello doctor I am 39 year old married woman I have swelling in uterus last two months what should I do please tell me doctor.
I'm 49 year old, Diabetic, I have knee and back pain every time. What is the reason and what is the solution.
I am 58 years old. I am suffering from allergy. I often have rashes on my legs, fingers. What medicine whould I take. Further I am taking a medicine urimax-d at night. When I wake up in the morning I feel gidiness and vomiting like. If this is due to taking of the medicine or otherwise. Please gujide me.
I had Brought Ashwagandha nd shatavari powder before 6 month. Bt I did not used cn I consume it now. Nd cn I take ut wit warm water.
Dear doctor, am a 32 year male, am unable to participate in sex for longer time. Am ejaculating within 2 to 3 minutes.
The pelvic area has a number of muscles which need to be maintained healthy for optimal urinary and reproductive functions. From being able to start and maintain a good flow of urine to erections that last long, these muscles play a significant role.
These exercises were developed by Dr. Arnold Kegel in the 1940s, originally used to tighten the vagina after vaginal birth. Soon, their benefits in men were discovered and so they are today widely advised for both men and women.
How does it work?
The main idea of the Kegel exercise is to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. It runs from the tailbone up to the pelvic bone and is shaped like a hammock. Strengthening this muscle allows for better functioning of the sphincters, giving better control over urination as well as ejaculation.
There are 4 simple steps to doing the Kegel exercise that is find, contract, hold, and release; and repeat. Read on to know more.
Find: The pelvic floor muscles control the urine stream and the anal opening, so the next time you are urinating, try to stop midstream and locate the muscle. Without any tension on the legs or the abdomen, try to lift the pelvic floor upward.
Contract: The first step is to contract the pelvic floor muscle, while continuing to breathe.
Hold: When you start doing it, it might be difficult to hold it for more than a few seconds. This will gradually increase with time. Make a mental note of it to track progress.
Release and repeat: Release the muscle and repeat for up to 10 times, each contraction lasting for 10 seconds
This simple exercise is advised by doctors to men will manage a variety of issues. The fact that it can be done anywhere, requires no equipment and is so simple, but so effective have added to its popularity.
The stronger pelvic floor muscles improve blood flow to the penis, providing harder, longer lasting erections.
The volume and force of ejaculation will also be improved greatly with repeated Kegels, leading to stronger orgasms
Improved control over the muscles improves sexual stamina, thereby allowing you to control your orgasm
Used in managing urinary incontinence
Nocturnal urination can be managed by regular Kegel exercises
Prolapse of pelvic organs can be prevented
Because of these varied benefits, it is widely used by doctors and sexual experts in a number of patients.
Sir I have got married but my husband pennis are not getting stand up and no sperm s he could not able to intercourse into my vagina. Is he capable to make me pregnant he don't have feelings towards his wife and he will be busy with his own life he don't have enthusiasm towards me please guide me sir we thank.
I am having some problem in doing sex with my partner. I got discharged very early within 2-3 minutes. I am very depressed. Please give me some solution of my problem.
I want know about sexual life Is masturbation is good for health or not and what side affects of masturbation.
Hii doctor I am a 20 years old girl with 75 kg weight I have being trying toh reduce it since last years bt unfortunately it increased I tried work out and diet also but it works only till I do these activities nd if I take one day leave every thing becomes like first. No use of it I am in tension. I don't want to take any type of medicine and all now .please tell me wht should I do so that I may able to reduce my weight if possible so please can you give me a gud diet plan please help me out.
Types, symptoms, and treatment for Gallstones
Hi, I’m Dr. Nimesh Shah. I’m a consultant endoscopic, laparoscopic and G.I surgeon. I’m attached to Global Hospital Parel and SL Raheja Fortis Hospital at Mahim, and I’m also a director and partner at Sanjeevani Hospital, which is our hospital at Dadar. We have talked about gallstone disease as of now. Gallstone disease is a very common phenomenon observed in the Indian population. There are various types of gallstones that are available, that is either a pigment stone or a cholesterol stone. Pigment stone occurs because of hereditary spherocytosis or something wrong with your blood cells, which get destroyed more, and that causes gallstones.
The other cause of gallstones is a cholesterol inborn error. The other type of gallstones are cholesterol stones, which are due to inborn errors of metabolism of a cholesterol as either the cholesterol that is secreted by the liver is much more, or the water that is secreted by the liver is less. So the gall bladder which…whose function it is to super-concentrate the bile concentrates much more than what is necessary, and you get crystallites of cholesterol stones formed. These are most common stones seen in the Indian population.
The symptomatology of this is usually bloating, a fullness of abdomen, a lot of flatulence, also some patients have a lot of refluxes, we call it a…which is associated with gallstones hydro semi a. And also some patients develop severe pain which is called as a biliary colic, which may need medical intervention. The diagnostic modality that is used for gallstone disease is doing an ultrasound. An ultrasound will tell us on the thickness of the gallbladder, the type of stones, the multiple stones, or multiple small stones, or a single large stone. So the number of stones, if you have multiple stones, you may develop a biliary colic. If it’s a large stone you may develop acute inflammation of the gallbladder, which will need hospitalization.
The gold standard of treatment is surgery. Surgery is usually done laparoscopically, wherein small holes are made in the tummy and the gallbladder is removed completely. If y=remove your gallbladder, there is no problem in your digestion or anything like that, because effectively, the bile that is secreted by the liver is a waste product of our body, it has no role to play in digestion. It only activates the enzymes of the pancreas when it mixes with the pancreatic juice in the pancreas…in the intestine. The liver secretes about two and a half to three liters of bile every day, out of which 150 to 200 ml goes in the gall bladder. Out of the 200 ml, it is emptied every time you eat. So roughly about 800ml is concentrated by the gall bladder and is emptied into the intestinal...intestinal tract. Now vis-à-vis, 2.5 liters is flowing straight into your intestinal tract. So it does not really hamper your digestion in any way.
Again going back to treatment as laparoscopic surgery is the preferred and gold standard of treatment worldwide, wherein three four small holes are made and the gall bladder is completely extracted. Some patients at some centers are doing the single port, that is a single hole through the umbilicus, which is technically much more difficult. There is always a percentage chance of having to cut open a patient during surgery that may be because of bleeding or abnormal abnormality, which is quite common in the gall bladder region.
The above information is a limited information. If you need to further know about the disease then you can contact me directly through Lybrate.