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I'm nearing 50 years staying alone after my divorce. I have a daughter studying Nursing abroad. I have Asthma and varicose veins in the legs (Twice operated for Varicose) For the past 2 years or so whenever I try to have sex I get Good Erection sometimes thick like STONE But the Discharge come very fast Not even able to withstand for a Minute. If I Masturbate I am able to Hold for even 5 minutes But If I penetrate with my partner It comes off very fast. But with Alcohol I'm able to sustain for 2-5 minutes. And My Partner likes Only Oral sex and she is very satisfied. What should I do with this matter. I'm very afraid of taking this Indian make Viagra.
I mised my period this month,actualy i cant say i missed .My previous month period date is 26th feb,but today is 25th of march ididnot hav my periods yet.What to do?
I was diagnosed of pcod in 2015 june after my blood reports showed more testosterone, on consulting first gynecologist she gave me oral contraceptives to control my acne for 2 months. I took the tablet for one month and took second opinion from another doctor she recommended me not eat these tablets since my periods were regular and prescribed topical antibiotics for acne, I took that for one month and my acne reduced. Now I am married for one year and my husband my use traditional method of contraception, he doesn't ejaculate inside me during my ovulation days, though he sometimes did ejaculate inside me on my 4 th or 3 rd of periods. I am confused if I am fertile or not I see so many couples getting pregnant soon after marriage is there anything I can do to know my fertility and I heard this method doesn't really work with many couples how is that I have not conceived please help.
When we were engage, and when I start oral sex with my partner, his semen releases, so we both are not able to enjoy the moments Why his semen release with 20-30 seconds? Is it normal, or he had some health problem.
A team of researchers has discovered the connection between masculinity energy drink use and sleep problems. Many energy drinks have high caffeine content when consumed in excess caffeine can accelerate the heart rate increase anxiety and contribute to insomnia.
Men who perceive energy drinks as'magic potions' for performance enhancement the study suggests are better served moderating their consumption
Vitamin B9 (Folic Acid) - Deficiency Risk and Symptoms
An adequate intake of Vitamin B9 is important as it helps the body as a to utilise amino acids which are the building blocks of proteins. It helps the body form blood cells in bone marrow and ensures rapid cell growth in infancy, adolescence, and pregnancy. Vitamin B9 plays a crucial role in producing nucleic acids (e.g., DNA), the body's genetic material.
Together with Vitamin B6 and Vitamin B12 it also helps control blood levels of the amino acid homocysteine which is associated with certain chronic conditions such as heart disease.
The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) confirms that clear health benefits have been established for the dietary intake of folic acid (vitamin B9) in contributing to:
- normal blood formation
- normal homocysteine levels (high levels of homocysteine are related to the early development of heart and blood vessel disease)
- a normal metabolism of the immune system
- normal cell division
- normal maternal tissue growth during pregnancy
- normal amino acid synthesis
- normal psychological functions
- the reduction of tiredness and fatigue
In addition, the EFSA has confirmed that supplemental folate intake increases maternal folate status, which contributes to the reduction of the risk of neural tube defects (NTD).
Folate is found in a wide variety of foods but the richest sources are liver, dark green leafy vegetables (broccoli, brussels sprouts and spinach), beans and yeast. Other sources include eggs (specifically the yolk), milk and dairy products, beets, orange juice and whole wheat bread.
Folic acid (Vitamin B9) is a water-soluble vitamin and as such, it is unlikely to reach toxic levels. There is little danger of toxicity when it is taken orally. No adverse effects have been associated with the consumption of excess dietary folic acid.
Folic acid cannot be stored in the body, so you need it in your diet every day. Adults need 200 mcg of folic acid a day. However, if you are pregnant, thinking of trying to have a baby or likely to become pregnant, the NHS recommend that you take a 400 mcg folic acid supplement daily from the time you stop using contraception until the 12th week of pregnancy. This is to help prevent birth defects of the central nervous system, such as spina bifida, in your baby.
Symptoms of deficiency
- irritability and loss of appetite
Severe folate deficiency leads to a condition in which the bone marrow produces oversized immature red blood cells - this is called megaloblastic anemia in pregnant women folic acid deficiency can result in severe or even fatal birth defects such as neural tube defects