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Treatment Of Erectile Dysfunction
Treatment Of Male Sexual Problems
Skin Care Treatment
Treatment of Migraine Treatment
Treatment Of Female Sexual Problems
Sexually Transmitted Disease (Std) Treatment
Cysts Removal Procedure
Chronic Skin Allergy Treatment
Treatment Of Pregnancy Problems
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How can I loose weight when I have to take so many medicines so can't stay Hungary. I have an artificial leg so can't walk more.
I have pimples and acne too, I have used isotroin pills and facewash. But my face is becoming dry and become dull looking. What should I do?
Sir I am having one pimple last two months back but still its not going cure sometimes its swelling blood and now its not having pain but one small mark is in there with big hard spot I am not having any medicine and cream for that what can I do its cures.
I have a bad habit to sleeping late at night and I am unable to overcome it. What measures can I take to get in bed at proper time and wake up early in the morning?
Hello, I have been diagnosed with LABC -- locally advanced breast cancer (Stage 3C) I would like to know more about the tumour markers CA 15-3 ,CA 27-29 and CEA. I would like to know how many breast cancer cells must exist in the body to elicit a positive response --- 1, 5, 20 or a few hundred. If a single breast cancer cell can elicit a positive tumour marker response then these tests can be used after treatment (chemo, surgery and radiation) to see if any cancer cell has survived. Alternatively after treatment I can get my blood tested every two weeks to see if there is any recurrence. In other words I am looking for information about the SENSITIVITY of these tumour marker tests. Waiting for your reply (Female, 40 years)
Text neck: is smartphone use causing your neck pain?
“text neck” is a repetitive strain injury that’s becoming more common as more people hunch over smartphones. Aggravating muscle pain in the neck and shoulders, and sometimes lower back, is occurring even in teens and adolescents.
How can using a smartphone or other mobile device cause so much hurt?
It’s all in how you look at it. Literally. Looking down, dropping your head forward, changes the natural curvature of your neck. Over time, that misalignment can strain muscles and cause wear and tear on the structures of the neck.
Three things happen when you drop your head:
1. Your neck moves forward
2. Your shoulders round forward or lift up toward your ears
3. Your neck and shoulder muscles spasm (contract).
Looking down at your smartphone, with your chin to your chest, can put about 60 pounds of force on your neck.
Besides muscle pain, text neck can cause a host of other health concerns. Sitting in a slumped position restricts your lungs’ ability to expand, impairing your lung capacity. Inhaling less oxygen means your heart needs to pump harder to distribute more oxygen-carrying blood through your body.
Three tricks to nix text neck
To nix text neck, improve your posture.
1. Straighten up.
Learn proper posture and neck alignment by peeking at your profile in a mirror. If you’re standing correctly, you should be able to draw a vertical line from your ear to your shoulder.
2. Arch back.
If your posture isn’t perfect, try doing shoulder extensions. Arch your neck and upper back backward, pulling your shoulders into alignment under your ears. This simple stretch can alleviate stress and muscle pain.
3. Look forward.
Rather than tilting your chin down to read your mobile device, raise the device to eye level. The same goes for your desktop computer. Your monitor screen should be at eye level so your head isn’t perpetually dropping and causing muscle strain.
When Penis Rash Comes From Pityriasis Lichenoides
Just as a man may be worried about how an exposed skin rash can make his face or arms look (and about what message such a rash may send to a potential sexual partner), so is he concerned when a penis rash rears its ugly head. Often the penis rash is due to penis health issues, sometimes including the ghastly presence of an STI. But in other cases the rash is simply a dermatological issue, a skin rash that just happens to appear on the penis. That can be the case with pityriasis lichenoides, a skin eruption that is little-known.
About pityriasis lichenoides
As is often the case, the name pityriasis lichenoides makes it sound more formidable and dangerous than it actually is. "Pityriasis" is from a Greek word meaning "bran," and it refers to skin that is flaky or scaly. "Lichenoides" refers to the physical appearance of the rash.
Typically, this rash first presents as bright red oval spots, sometimes flat, sometimes raised like a bump. They can vary in size from 2 mm to 10 mm in diameter. But the spots change, turning into blisters with fluid inside, and then into crusty ulcers. The spots often appear in clusters as an identifiable rash, but sometimes there can be "loners" which occupy an area of skin fairly far away from other spots.
There are three forms of pityriasis lichenoides, all of which are rare. One form is considered serious. The forms are listed below, referred to in the acronym form by which they are frequently known.
- PLEVA is the one most likely to cause a penis rash, as it tends to occur on the penis in about 10% of cases (usually while also appearing elsewhere on the body). The penis rash may cause itching or a slight burning situation, but often it has no noticeable effects. Without treatment, the rash can last for 6 weeks to about 18 months, usually coming and going several times during the lengthier time frames. PLEVA sometimes leaves behind scarring or some skin discoloration.
- PLC is somewhat more common than PLEVA, and less likely to occur as a penis rash (though still possible). It is milder than PLEVA, with the spots less noticeable and rarely any subsequent scarring.
- FUMHD is the rarest form and the one which is considered quite serious. The spots tend to appear as red or black ulcers, and there are usually other symptoms, including a high fever, severe stomach pain, diarrhea, pains in the joints, interference with breathing and variations in mental state. A doctor should be seen right away.
PLEVA and PLC are self-resolving, but because it can take months, many people prefer to have a doctor help the process along. Antibiotics shorten the length of time the disease is present, and steroids can help to make the rash go away. FUMHD requires hospitalization for treatment.
Although a penis rash can be off-putting, pityriasis lichenoides is not known to be contagious.
Pityriasis lichenoides is fortunately a rare source of a penis rash. The itching and discomfort associated with many a penis rash can often be alleviated if a man regularly uses a superior penis health (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Even when a rash is not present, an itchy penis is often due to skin that is too dry. Therefore, take care when selecting a crème to be sure it contains both a high-end emollient (such as natural Shea butter) and a powerful hydrator (such as vitamin E). In addition, the presence of vitamin C in the crème is advised. Vitamin C is a prime component of collagen, a tissue in the body that gives skin its tone and elasticity.