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I am 32 year male 5 months after marriage wife still not conceived. I did semen analysis the result sperm count nil, lab person told sperms are sluggish, my testicles are small and there is one lump in the veins from testicle I am concerned what is my problem please reply.

I am 32 year male 5 months after marriage wife still not conceived. I did semen analysis the result sperm count nil, ...
Azoospermia is the medical condition of a man whose semen contains no sperm. Azoospermia can be classified into three major types 1. Pretesticular— inadequate stimulation of otherwise normal testicles and genital tract. Follicle-stimulating hormone (fsh) levels are low. Examples include hypopituitarism (for various causes), hyperprolactinemia, and exogenous fsh suppression by testosterone, chemotherapy. Pretesticular azoospermia is a kind of non-obstructive azoospermia. 2. Testicular— in this situation the testes are abnormal, atrophic, or absent, and sperm production severely disturbed to absent. Fsh levels tend to be elevated as the feedback loop is interrupted. Causes for testicular failure include congenital issues such as in certain genetic conditions (e.g. Klinefelter syndrome), some cases of cryptorchidism or sertoli cell-only syndrome as well as acquired conditions by infection (orchitis), surgery (trauma, cancer), radiation, testicular azoospermia is a kind of non-obstructive azoospermia. Generally, men with unexplained hypergonadotropic azoospermia need to undergo a chromosomal evaluation. 3. Post testicular— sperm are produced but not ejaculated, the main cause is a physical obstruction (obstructive azoospermia) of the posttesticular genital tracts. The most common reason is a vasectomy done to induce contraceptive sterility.[6] other obstructions can be congenital (example agenesis of the vas deferens as seen in certain cases of cystic fibrosis) or acquired, such as ejaculatory duct obstruction for instance by infection. Ejaculatory disorders include retrograde ejaculation and anejaculation; in these conditions sperm are produced but not expelled. 4. Unknown— idiopathic azoospermia is where there is no known cause of the condition. It may be a result of multiple risk factors, such as age and weight. Its better you consult a urologist for proper checkup.
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My mom is not well from last 1 month or so. She is under medication and yesterday as per doctor advice we have do a bone marrow test. Need your help in understanding the report and the treatment if any to cure her. Bone marrow report details are peripheral blood smears: total leukocytes count is within normal limits. Differential leukocytes count shows neutrophilia predominance. Platelet count is markedly diminished. Erythrocytes are normoochromin normocytic. Anisocytosis present. Comments: bone marrow smears reveal megaloblastic and dysplastic changes, and increased storage iron. Please exclude systemic disease, and deficiency of vitamin b12 and folate, and follow up. In absence of above condition, the possibility of myelodysplastic syndrome should be considered, if cytopenia persists. Report on bone marrow: clinical history: bicytopenia with low grade fever. Cellularity: cellular marrow bits and cell trails seen. erythropoietin: a significant number of erythroblasts show megaloblastic and dysplastic changes. Myelopoiesis: myeloid maturation is mildly left shifted. Giant myeloid precursors and a few dysplastic myeloid cells seen. Myeloid-erythroid ratio: 2: 1 megakaryocytes: megakaryocytes are adequate in number. A fair number of meagkaryocytes are hyperlobulated. Plasma cells, lymphoid cells & blast cells: within normal limits haemoparasite: none seen perl's stain: stainable storage iron is increased. No ring sideroblast seen. Need your guidance and opinion.

My mom is not well from last 1 month or so. She is under medication and yesterday as per doctor advice we have do a b...
Firstly, it has been recommended to check for vitamin b12 defficiency and other diseases if she has already. For this vitamin b12 level should be tested in blood. If these two points are okay, then she will be diagnosed as having myelodysplastic syndrome. Mds are conditions that occur when the blood forming cells in the bone marrow are abnormal. It is considered as a type of cancer. So better not to delay and start the treatment. The treatment plan consists of supportive care, drug therapy and chemotherapy with stem cell transplantation. In supportive care, transfusion therapy, erythropoiesis stimulating agents and antibiotic therapy is done.
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Kya ladkio ko ovrian cancer baar baar sex krne se hota h kya aur ladkiya kisi k sath sex ki hue h to kaise pta kre.

It's not clear what causes ovarian cancer, though doctors have identified factors that can increase the risk of the disease. In general, cancer begins when a cell develops errors (mutations) in its dna. The mutations tell the cell to grow and multiply quickly, creating a mass (tumor) of abnormal cells. The abnormal cells continue living when healthy cells would die. They can invade nearby tissues and break off from an initial tumor to spread elsewhere in the body (metastasize).
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Sir, I am 27 year old man my problem is azoospermia. Plzzz solve the problem and send tablets and treatment name.

Sir, I am 27 year old man my problem is azoospermia. Plzzz solve the problem and send tablets and treatment name.
Azoospermia is the medical condition of a man whose semen contains no sperm. Azoospermia can be classified into three major types 1. Pretesticular— inadequate stimulation of otherwise normal testicles and genital tract. Follicle-stimulating hormone (fsh) levels are low. Examples include hypopituitarism (for various causes), hyperprolactinemia, and exogenous fsh suppression by testosterone, chemotherapy. Pretesticular azoospermia is a kind of non-obstructive azoospermia. 2. Testicular— in this situation the testes are abnormal, atrophic, or absent, and sperm production severely disturbed to absent. Fsh levels tend to be elevated as the feedback loop is interrupted. Causes for testicular failure include congenital issues such as in certain genetic conditions (e.g. Klinefelter syndrome), some cases of cryptorchidism or sertoli cell-only syndrome as well as acquired conditions by infection (orchitis), surgery (trauma, cancer), radiation, testicular azoospermia is a kind of non-obstructive azoospermia. Generally, men with unexplained hypergonadotropic azoospermia need to undergo a chromosomal evaluation. 3. Post testicular— sperm are produced but not ejaculated, the main cause is a physical obstruction (obstructive azoospermia) of the posttesticular genital tracts. The most common reason is a vasectomy done to induce contraceptive sterility.[6] other obstructions can be congenital (example agenesis of the vas deferens as seen in certain cases of cystic fibrosis) or acquired, such as ejaculatory duct obstruction for instance by infection. Ejaculatory disorders include retrograde ejaculation and anejaculation; in these conditions sperm are produced but not expelled. 4. Unknown— idiopathic azoospermia is where there is no known cause of the condition. It may be a result of multiple risk factors, such as age and weight.
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Hi. I am 30 years old and in semen analysis test report - sperm count is nil. What should be do? Can I become a child father or not?

Hi. I am 30 years old and in semen analysis test report - sperm count is nil.
What should be do?
Can I become a child...
Azoospermia is the medical condition of a man whose semen contains no sperm. Azoospermia can be classified into three major types 1. Pretesticular— inadequate stimulation of otherwise normal testicles and genital tract. Follicle-stimulating hormone (fsh) levels are low. Examples include hypopituitarism (for various causes), hyperprolactinemia, and exogenous fsh suppression by testosterone, chemotherapy. Pretesticular azoospermia is a kind of non-obstructive azoospermia. 2. Testicular— in this situation the testes are abnormal, atrophic, or absent, and sperm production severely disturbed to absent. Fsh levels tend to be elevated as the feedback loop is interrupted. Causes for testicular failure include congenital issues such as in certain genetic conditions (e.g. Klinefelter syndrome), some cases of cryptorchidism or sertoli cell-only syndrome as well as acquired conditions by infection (orchitis), surgery (trauma, cancer), radiation, testicular azoospermia is a kind of non-obstructive azoospermia. Generally, men with unexplained hypergonadotropic azoospermia need to undergo a chromosomal evaluation. 3. Post testicular— sperm are produced but not ejaculated, the main cause is a physical obstruction (obstructive azoospermia) of the posttesticular genital tracts. The most common reason is a vasectomy done to induce contraceptive sterility.[6] other obstructions can be congenital (example agenesis of the vas deferens as seen in certain cases of cystic fibrosis) or acquired, such as ejaculatory duct obstruction for instance by infection. Ejaculatory disorders include retrograde ejaculation and anejaculation; in these conditions sperm are produced but not expelled. 4. Unknown— idiopathic azoospermia is where there is no known cause of the condition. It may be a result of multiple risk factors, such as age and weight. So you need to meet specialist for a checkup n tests so that reason of your problem can be find out. Then the treatment will start according to the cause.
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What is androfol-m tab used for? I was having severe hair fall and the dermatologist prescribed this tablet along with few solutions.

What is androfol-m tab used for? I was having severe hair fall and the dermatologist prescribed this tablet along wit...
Androfol tablet contains biotin, calcium pantothenate, chromium picolinate, cyanocobalamin, elemental copper, ferrous fumarate, folic acid, glycine, green apple extract, green tea powder, l-arginine, l-lysine, l-ornithine-l-aspartate, manganese sulfate, methylsulfonylmethane, pyridoxine, saw palmetto, selenomethionine, taurine, and zinc sulfate as main active ingredients. Androfol tablet completes the essential vitamins and minerals required by the body and aids in metabolic activities. Key benefits/uses of androfol m tablet: role of active ingredients: -biotin is important for the health of your hair, skin, and nails -calcium pantothenate is used in the treatment of hypocalcemia, osteoporosis and other health problems. -chromium picolinate works mutually with insulin, aids to control blood sugar and works as a weight-loss supplement -cyanocobalamin is the form of vitamin b12 and is important to maintain the health of your hairs -elemental copper and manganese sulfate are required for proper hair growth -ferrous fumarate is required for the growth of hair -folic acid plays an important role in hair growth. It renews the cells that aid the growth of hair. Folic acid deficiency can lead to premature graying and hair loss -glycine helps to produce collagen which is required for the growth of hair -green apple extract contains a lot of fibres, and minerals which help to clean the system and increases metabolism -green tea powder helps in lowering hair loss and maintaining a healthy scalp. It contains procyanidin, a natural compound that encourages the protein to promote hair growth -l-arginine and l-lysine are useful in the treatment of stress and anxiety. They help in the prevention of hair loss and hair growth for both men and women -l-ornithine l-aspartate reduces the accumulation of ammonia in patients with poor liver function and relieves symptoms of abnormal ammonia metabolism -methylsulfonylmethane and zinc sulfate are essential for the body to produce hormone properly, improves immunity and facilitates digestion -pyridoxine hydrochloride is used to prevent or treat a certain nerve like peripheral neuropathy and used to treat certain types of anaemia -saw palmetto is used for treating prostate infections and prostate cancer. Saw palmetto is also beneficial for colds and coughs, sore throat, asthma, chronic bronchitis, chronic pelvic pain syndrome, and migraine headache - it is also used to enhance sexual drive -l-selenomethionine supports thyroid gland, heart, immune system, and management of healthy cholesterol levels -taurine increases the action of insulin, improves glucose tolerance, and acts as an antioxidant indications: - anemia, folic acid deficiency, neuropathies, psychiatric disorders, pancreatic tumor.
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Hi, My hpv high risk dna is positive. And pap test shows low grade intraepithelial squamous lesion. Does that mean cancer?

Hi, Lsil cervical cells show changes that are mildly abnormal. No it is very early stage. Lsil may convert into hsil or lsil may go away on its own.
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Hi my name is ajit 30 years of old. Married since 5 years. I have azoospermia which I found in the semen test done in last weeks. Also I did the blood test as a result the count of fsh level is 36.54. I knew it is not normal? Also I have done a sonography of my testis in that both testis are slightly small in size. So can you please tell me what option I have now? Can be cure by taking medicine only?

Hi my name is ajit 30 years of old. Married since 5 years. I have azoospermia which I found in the semen test done in...
Azoospermia is the medical condition of a man whose semen contains no sperm. Azoospermia can be classified into three major types 1. Pretesticular— inadequate stimulation of otherwise normal testicles and genital tract. Follicle-stimulating hormone (fsh) levels are low. Examples include hypopituitarism (for various causes), hyperprolactinemia, and exogenous fsh suppression by testosterone, chemotherapy. Pretesticular azoospermia is a kind of non-obstructive azoospermia. 2. Testicular— in this situation the testes are abnormal, atrophic, or absent, and sperm production severely disturbed to absent. Fsh levels tend to be elevated as the feedback loop is interrupted. Causes for testicular failure include congenital issues such as in certain genetic conditions (e.g. Klinefelter syndrome), some cases of cryptorchidism or sertoli cell-only syndrome as well as acquired conditions by infection (orchitis), surgery (trauma, cancer), radiation, testicular azoospermia is a kind of non-obstructive azoospermia. Generally, men with unexplained hypergonadotropic azoospermia need to undergo a chromosomal evaluation. 3. Post testicular— sperm are produced but not ejaculated, the main cause is a physical obstruction (obstructive azoospermia) of the posttesticular genital tracts. The most common reason is a vasectomy done to induce contraceptive sterility.[6] other obstructions can be congenital (example agenesis of the vas deferens as seen in certain cases of cystic fibrosis) or acquired, such as ejaculatory duct obstruction for instance by infection. Ejaculatory disorders include retrograde ejaculation and anejaculation; in these conditions sperm are produced but not expelled. 4. Unknown— idiopathic azoospermia is where there is no known cause of the condition. It may be a result of multiple risk factors, such as age and weight.
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My sister is suffering meningioma brain tumour from 2 and a half year. Already 2 times surgery has done. One time open surgery and one time gkrs surgery. Now this time tumour regrowth after gkrs surgery. Now doctor say again surgery will held. So, Our family decided that we start ayurvedic treatment for cure brain tumour. Is this possible by ayurvedic treatment help brain tumour without surgery?

My sister is suffering meningioma brain tumour from 2 and a half year. Already 2 times surgery has done. One time ope...
Brain tumors: can ayurvedic herbs like tulsi & ashwagandha help? By anita fernandes  published on june 9, 2017 in health a tumor is an abnormal and often times rapid growth of cells within a given area. When such a cellular mass or growth develops in the brain it is described as a brain tumor. Brain tumor treatment requires aggressive medical attention, with a variety of options like surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, and targeted drug therapy. The precise choice of treatment will vary greatly depending on the type of tumor, its size, location, and the patient’s health status and preferences. Types of brain tumors although the very mention of tumors sets off alarm bells because of their association with cancer, not all tumors are cancerous. When it comes to brain tumors too, there are various types of brain tumors including gliomas, glioblastomas, meningiomas, and so on. These can be broadly classified into primary or secondary (metastatic) brain tumors. Primary brain tumors are those that begin to develop in the brain itself, while all tumors that develop elsewhere and spread to the brain are classified as secondary. Brain tumor treatment options although conventional treatment is absolutely essential and increasingly effective, most of the treatments available today are fraught with risks. For example, there is a risk of bleeding, infection, and nerve damage during surgery, while radiation and chemotherapy are associated with side effects like nausea, vomiting, fatigue, headaches, and hair loss. Because of the significant impact of such side effects on quality of life, there has been growing demand for natural solutions. Although there is no known natural cure for brain tumors, researchers have been investigating alternative therapies and have identified some natural products and herbs that can be used alongside conventional treatment. These products can help to slow down disease progression or to minimize and prevent side effects from conventional treatment. Ayurvedic herbs are among the most effective of these natural solutions.
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I am 37 years old, married guy. I did semen test. And I found I have azoospermia. Means no sperm. We want a baby. My wife doesn't want any other sperm or adoption. How can I solve my problems?

I am 37 years old, married guy. I did semen test. And I found I have azoospermia. Means no sperm. We want a baby. My ...
You need to find out the cause of azoospermia. N whether it’s treatable or not. Then take decision. Azoospermia is the medical condition of a man whose semen contains no sperm. Azoospermia can be classified into three major types 1. Pretesticular— inadequate stimulation of otherwise normal testicles and genital tract. Follicle-stimulating hormone (fsh) levels are low. Examples include hypopituitarism (for various causes), hyperprolactinemia, and exogenous fsh suppression by testosterone, chemotherapy. Pretesticular azoospermia is a kind of non-obstructive azoospermia. 2. Testicular— in this situation the testes are abnormal, atrophic, or absent, and sperm production severely disturbed to absent. Fsh levels tend to be elevated as the feedback loop is interrupted. Causes for testicular failure include congenital issues such as in certain genetic conditions (e.g. Klinefelter syndrome), some cases of cryptorchidism or sertoli cell-only syndrome as well as acquired conditions by infection (orchitis), surgery (trauma, cancer), radiation, testicular azoospermia is a kind of non-obstructive azoospermia. Generally, men with unexplained hypergonadotropic azoospermia need to undergo a chromosomal evaluation. 3. Post testicular— sperm are produced but not ejaculated, the main cause is a physical obstruction (obstructive azoospermia) of the posttesticular genital tracts. The most common reason is a vasectomy done to induce contraceptive sterility.[6] other obstructions can be congenital (example agenesis of the vas deferens as seen in certain cases of cystic fibrosis) or acquired, such as ejaculatory duct obstruction for instance by infection. Ejaculatory disorders include retrograde ejaculation and anejaculation; in these conditions sperm are produced but not expelled. 4. Unknown— idiopathic azoospermia is where there is no known cause of the condition. It may be a result of multiple risk factors, such as age and weight.
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