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Hiv Prophylaxis Post Exposure
Viral Fever Treatment
Thyroid Disorder Treatment
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I am married, I am not interested to have sex and consulted a doctor he gave me some capsules but no use. Now I have misunderstanding with my wife just because of this issue. So please suggest me what I can do.
Hope you are doing good doctor straight to the point I had a sex with a CSW 2days ago while putting the condom she stretched it and covered 3 4th of mine and went straight to insertion no other nothing I got this whole thing in mind and upset and withdraw as soon as possible in 5 min after ejaculating and forget to check for holes in it and took the condom like holding the index finger and tumb as" O" then in hurry I put my pants and came to home took 20 mins and cleaned the surface with water am I in danger of HIV I now my status was negative as I checked the day after itself what if she was a positive.
Mujhe chest aur back mein pain hota hai aur mere stool ka colour kabhi kabhi black ho jaata hai plsease Koi medicine bataye.
Is there any medicine for penis enlargement? Also any medicine for rock hard erection? Please suggest.
I am 19 years old, I am suffering with fully ear problem, its very painful to me, so please tell me what to do?
Chickenpox or varicella is a type of viral infection that causes itchy rashes accompanied by tiny fluid-filled blisters. It is highly communicable to those who have not experienced this disease earlier or have not been immunized against it through vaccination.
The vaccine against chickenpox is a shot protecting anyone, who has already contracted the disease. It is known as the varicella vaccine since chicken pox is triggered by the virus called varicella-zoster. The vaccine is prepared from a living but a weakened virus.
Why would you require a chicken pox virus?
- The risk behind the condition aggravating into something life threatening is high among adults, infants and people possessing a weak immunity system as they are prone to developing serious complications as well. There is no way you can predict who would be the next prey.
- The illness is extremely contagious and can get transmitted either through air while coughing or sneezing or by direct contact especially with the fluid present in the chicken pox blisters. For this reason, you need to stay segregated until and unless all your blisters have dried up or crusted over. The illness may induce itchy rashes all over your body along with fussiness, cough and headaches.
- The vaccine is recommended for all adults and adolescents who have not been infected by chicken pox ever earlier. A vaccine called MMRV offers a combined protection against varicella, rubella, mumps and measles.
- The vaccine has to be administered in two shots. However the medicines are not devoid of mild side effects,for instance, swelling in the region where you have been injected alongside mild rashes.
Who should not opt for the vaccine?
- Pregnant women since the effect of the vaccine on your fetus is yet to be unraveled
- People who are allergic to neomycin and gelatin ( a gelatin-free varicella vaccine is actually available)
- People suffering from diseases caused due to a weak immunity system or taking high dosage of steroids
- Cancer patients who have to be treated with chemotherapy, drugs and X-rays
- People who have had a blood transfusion in about five months before receiving the shot. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a General Physician.