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Ginecology Urology 

Tips for Sexually Frustrated Couples

It’s not the end of sex Erectile dysfunction (ED) doesn’t have to signal the end of your sex life. As many as 30 million men in the United States are affected by ED, reports the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. Many cases of it respond well to lifestyle changes, medications, surgery, or other treatments. Even if your efforts to treat ED are unsuccessful, you and your partner can still enjoy physical intimacy and a satisfying sexual life. Learn some strategies to keep the spark in your…

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Digestive tract Urology 

What is Crohn’s disease??

What are the symptoms of Crohn’s disease? The symptoms of Crohn’s disease often develop gradually. Certain symptoms may also become worse over time. Although it’s possible, it’s rare for symptoms to develop suddenly and dramatically. The earliest symptoms of Crohn’s disease can include: diarrhea abdominal cramps blood in your stool a fever fatigue a loss of appetite weight loss feeling as if your bowels aren’t empty after a bowel movement feeling a frequent need for bowel movements It’s sometimes possible to mistake these symptoms for the symptoms of another condition,…

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Urology 

Urinary Tract Infection??

WHAT IS URINARY INFECTION? Normal urine contains no bacteria (germs). Sometimes, however, bacteria from outside the body get into the urinary tract, and cause infection and inflammation. This is a urinary tract infection. The infection can involve the urethra (a condition called urethritis), kidneys (a condition called pyelonephritis) or bladder, (a condition called cystitis). Cystitis is the most common type of urinary tract infection. What are the symptoms of a urinary tract infection? A urinary tract infection causes the lining of the urinary tract to become red and irritated, which…

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Urology 

Dialysis??

What is dialysis? To understand dialysis, you need to know about the kidneys and what they do. The kidneys are organs located in the back of your body, just below your ribs. They look like beans and are about the size of a fist. Most people are born with two kidneys, one on each side, but people can live normally with one. The kidneys do many good things for the body. The main job of the kidneys is to filter the body’s blood supply to remove extra water, salt and…

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Ginecology Hearth Urology 

Heart Disease & Erectile Dysfunction

What is erectile dysfunction? Erectile dysfunction, or impotence, is the inability to achieve and sustain an erection suitable for sexual intercourse. The condition is not considered normal at any age. Premature ejaculation, infertility, or low sex drive are not the same as erectile dysfunction, though one or more of these conditions may be associated with it. How serious a problem is erectile dysfunction? It is estimated that erectile dysfunction affects about 1 in 10 adult males on a long-term basis. A much more common problem that affects most men at…

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Ginecology Urology 

Sexual Dysfunction in Males

What is sexual dysfunction? Sexual dysfunction is any physical or psychological problem that prevents you or your partner from getting sexual satisfaction. Male sexual dysfunction is a common health problem affecting men of all ages, but is more common with increasing age. Treatment can often help men suffering from sexual dysfunction. The main types of male sexual dysfunction are: Erectile dysfunction (difficulty getting/keeping an erection) Premature ejaculation (reaching orgasm too quickly) Delayed or inhibited ejaculation (reaching orgasm too slowly or not at all) Low libido (reduced interest in sex) What…

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Ginecology Urology 

What Is an Erectile Dysfunction Pump?

An erectile dysfunction pump is a device used to help achieve and maintain an erection by drawing blood into the penis via air suction. It’s not a cure for erectile dysfunction (ED), but can help increase your ability to have sexual intercourse. This device is sometimes called a penis pump or vacuum pump. It’s a noninvasive treatment that can be used alone or with other ED treatments or oral medications. What Does an ED Pump Look Like? The ED pump is made up of three separate parts: A clear plastic…

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Ginecology Urology 

Sexual Dysfunction in Females

What is sexual dysfunction? Sexual dysfunction refers to a problem during any phase of the sexual response cycle that prevents the individual or couple from experiencing satisfaction from the sexual activity. The sexual response cyclehas four phases: excitement, plateau, orgasm and resolution. What causes sexual dysfunction? Causes of sexual dysfunction include: Physical causes — Many physical and/or medical conditions can cause problems with sexual function. These conditions include diabetes, heart disease, neurological disorders, hormonal imbalances, menopause, chronic diseases such as kidney or liver failure, and alcoholism and drug abuse. In…

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Abdomen Urology 

Appendicitis??

What is appendicitis? ? Appendicitis is an inflammation of the appendix, a small, finger-like tube located where the large and small intestine join. The appendix has no known use in the body. It is not known why the appendix becomes inflamed in some people. However, when the appendix becomes inflamed, it requires immediate medical attention. Who is at risk for appendicitis? Appendicitis is the most common reason for abdominal surgery in children. About four of every 1,000 children under the age of 14 will undergo surgery called an appendectomy to…

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Ginecology Urology 

Peyronie’s Disease

Peyronie’s disease is a disorder in which the penis bends or curves because of plaque, or lumps, that have formed inside the penis. Depending on where the plaque is located, the penis will bend up, down, or to the side. In some cases, the plaque develops on both the top and bottom of the shaft, which can cause the penis to become “dented” and shorter. What causes Peyronie’s disease? The cause of Peyronie’s disease is not entirely clear. Many researchers believe the plaque of Peyronie’s disease can occur after the…

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