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Treatment of Migraine Treatment
Weight Management Treatment
Removal Of Stitches Procedure
Thyroid Problems Treatment
Dressings Of Wounds Procedure
Prevention of Blockage, Atherosclerosis & Heart At
Hiv Prophylaxis Post Exposure
Viral Fever Treatment
Thyroid Disorder Treatment
Stitching Of Wounds Procedure
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I am suffering from common cold. It never become good from 4 months. So please suggest me a suitable medicine.
I have gerd (acidity) problem. Right now I am living Bangalore. Treatment for the problem is done. But I would like someone to prepare a healthy diet with the food available in bangalore. I eat only from outside as cooking is not possible.
I am suffering from diabetes since last 16 years and my fasting sugar is about 100 every week, the problem is during sleep mouth get dried very much and I feel that there are kante in my mouth after drinking water this problem arise so full night I get this feeling frequently. Please diagnose this problem and suggest remedy. Thanks.
Sir, I am serving in defence. Sir ek saal phle mai volleyball khel rha tha toh ek player ne glti se mere private part pr jor se mar diya, uske baad muje bahut dard hua or mera sex down hote chla gaya, maine doctor se consult kiya, unhone mera urine bladder ka USG kiya or medicine di, medicine khane se kuch din thik raha lekin phir se problem rhti h 1.sex me interest nahi rhta 2.penis me tension nahi ha 3.sperm abnormal rhta h 4.short time me hi sex complete ho jata h please advise kre bahut stress me hu.
I am 25 yrs old reside in mumbai, having ringworm problem in my private area it goes when I take medicines and then comes again, please help.
Few HIV Myths busted.
Q. HIV is a death sentence.
A. Successful treatment of the virus can mean a long, normal life span. It’s key for people living with HIV to have access to quality care and start antiretroviral treatment immediately. Access to Proper health care means extended life span so no it’s certainly not a death sentence.
·Q. Stick to your treatment and take good care of your body. This can help you live a long life with HIV.
·Q.HIV cannot be transmitted during oral sex.
A. Hiv can be transmitted during oral sex. HIV can be passed on through sex when infected sexual fluids or blood enter the bloodstream of an HIV negative person. During oral sex this could potentially happen if the mouth, gums and/or throat of the person giving oral sex has cuts and sores or is inflamed or infected.
Q. Is it advisable to use condoms when engaging in oral sex when you have any cuts or sore?
A.Ideally one should not participate in sex when one has open cuts or sores as a condom doesn’t cover them all it covers is your private part. Having said that a Polyurethane condoms should be used for any sexual activity as they are better at protecting from sexually transmitted infections.
Q. Hugging, handshakes, sharing toilet seats and mosquito bites does not transmit HIV.
·Q. If you are having unprotected sex or you are sharing your needles or injection
Q. equipments (tattoos, injection drugs, diabetic), you are putting yourself at a risk of HIV.
·Q.Straight People Do Not Get HIV.
Q. HIV is transmitted by the sperm which means an infected man can produce an HIV positive baby.
A. The risk of a baby having HIV is only directly related to the HIV status of the mother, not the father. So if your partner is also HIV positive, this is how you can have an HIV negative baby.
Q. When a baby is conceived it is HIV-negative in the womb. The baby normally gets infected at the time of birth when the baby’s body fluids and the mother’s blood mix. The baby can only be infected if the mother has a sexually transmitted disease.
A. If a woman is infected with HIV, her risk of transmitting the virus to her baby is reduced if she stays as healthy as possible. According to the March of Dimes, new treatments can reduce the risk of a treated mother passing HIV to her baby to a 2 percent or less.