Acid Reflux, aka Heartburn, is treatable at home using natural remedies for both long and short term treatments.
Women can occasionally choose to temporarily delay their period at times when it becomes an inconvenience during certain circumstances such as on a holiday, a special occasion or for religious reasons.
Finasteride (Propecia) is used to treat male pattern baldness or an enlarged prostate. While Finasteride outcomes are generally positive, there is potential for side effects to persist long after the patient has stopped taking Finasteride. These side effects include sexual, feminising and psychological symptoms. ... Read more
Thrush is caused by fungi named Candida albicans. This fungus is initially present in a lot of people, and it does not affect or cause any trouble since its negative effects are regulated by the healthy bacteria and individual’s immune system. When the balance of the healthy bacteria is thrown off-charts, or when the immune system becomes compromised, this fungus can develop into an infection. For example, taking antibiotics can unbalance the bacteria in the body, making an individual more susceptible to a thrush infection. ... Read more
Chlamydia is often symptomless, making it very difficult to spot. If you have changed sexual partner, and either of you has had sex before, it is a good idea to get tested. A simple swab or urine test, can be used to check for chlamydia and you can even do this test at home. Possible symptoms of chlamydia in men may include: - Pain when passing urine - Burning sensation in the urethra - Cloudy discharge from the penis or anus - Painful and swollen testes - Irritation at the tip of the penis ... Read more
Chlamydia is the UK’s most prevalent sexually transmitted infection (STI), yet thousands of people are unaware that they have it. The disease can be particularly concerning for women, as it can cause infertility and other serious complications if left untreated. ... Read more
At the height of the AIDS epidemic in the 1980s, it seemed that information about HIV and AIDS was everywhere. While HIV (the human immunodeficiency virus) is still very much an issue today, advances in drug therapy and longer life expectancies have taken a lot of the media buzz out of the issue, and it is no longer something that is a regular feature on the front pages of the newspaper. However, it seems that our modern need to always be moving on to the next thing may have caused us to forget a bit of the due diligence that is associated with preventing any sexually-transmitted infection, let alone one like HIV, for which there is no cure. The following overview is a reminder of the signs and symptoms that are often associated with an HIV infection, and a reminder of how to reduce your risk. ... Read more