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2 years ago Health , LifeStyle

Male Infertility and Erectile Dysfunction- Symptoms and Causes

Erectile Dysfunctioning: For many couples, reproduction has been a natural and simple experience. But it is not the same for many. A man’s fertility generally relies on the quantity & quality of his sperm. If the number of sperm a man ejaculates is low or if the sperm is of poor quality, it will be difficult and sometimes impossible for him to cause pregnancy. Male infertility is diagnosed only after both the partners and tested and the reproductive problems have been found in the male.male infertility, erectile infertility, symptoms of erectile dysfunction

How Common is Male Infertility?

It is a very common problem. For 1 in every 5 couples, the infertility problem solely lies in the male. It is been estimated that about 1 in every 20 men has the same kind of infertility problem with a low number of sperms in his ejaculate. However, only 1 in every 100 men has no sperm in his ejaculate.

Symptoms of Male Infertility:

In most cases, there are no signs of infertility. Intercourse, erections, and ejaculations will happen without any difficulty. The quantity of semen ejaculated seems to be normal to a naked eye. Medical tests are required to detect male infertility.

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Causes of Male Infertility:

Male infertility is usually caused by problems that affect either sperm production or sperm transport. Through medical testing, the doctor may be able to find the cause of the problem. About 2/3rd of infertile men have a problem with making sperm in the testes. Either low numbers of sperm are made and/or the sperm that is made does not work properly. Sperm transport problems are found in about one in every five infertile men, including men who have had a vasectomy but now wish to have more children. Blockages (often referred to as obstructions) in the tubes leading sperm away from the testes to the penis can cause a complete lack of sperm in the ejaculated semen.

Other less common causes of infertility include:

  • sexual problems that affect whether semen is able to enter the woman’s vagina for fertilization to take place
  • low levels of hormones made by the pituitary gland that acts on the testes (one in 100 infertile men)
  • sperm antibodies (found in one in 16 infertile men).

In most men, sperm antibodies will not affect the chance of a pregnancy but in some men sperm antibodies reduce fertility.

Male Reproductive System:

There are 2 main glands that help in the production of male hormones and sperms. They are the pituitary and the hypothalamus glands. Luteinizing hormone and follicle-stimulating hormone are the 2 important messenger hormones made by the pituitary gland that acts on the testes.

The tests are a pair of egg-shaped glands that sit in the scrotum next to the base of the penis on the outside of the body. The testes make sperm and the male sex hormone testosterone. It takes about 70 days for sperm to become mature and able to fertilize an egg. When released from the testes, the sperm spends two to 10 days passing through the epididymis where they gain the vital ability to swim strongly or become motile and to attach to and penetrate the egg.

The waves of muscle contractions transport the sperm, with a small amount of fluid, from the testes to the vas deferens. The seminal vesicles and prostate contribute extra fluid to protect the sperm. This mixture of sperm and fluid travels along the urethra to the tip of the penis where it is ejaculated.erectile dysfunction

What is Erectile Dysfunction?

A man is said to have erectile dysfunction if he has permanent difficulty in getting or maintaining a firm enough erection to be able to achieve sexual activity. Most men have occasionally experienced some difficulty with their penis becoming hard or staying firm, but this is not normally causing for a diagnosis of erectile dysfunction. This condition is only considered a concern if satisfactory sexual performance has been impossible on a persistent number of occasions for some time.

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Broadly, two forms of erectile dysfunction can affect men’s sex lives – the main cause is either medical or psychosocial.

Here, psychosocial refers to the psychological effects – including the effects of social relationships – on sexual performance. Medical conditions can also affect psychological well-being, meaning that, while the primary cause of sexual impotence is typically either medical or psychological, there is often overlap between the two.

Erectile dysfunction used to be known more widely as ‘impotence‘ before the causes became better understood and successful treatments came into use. Impotence is a term that is still in use, however, although it can be seen as pejorative.

Know some facts about Impotence!

  • Organic causes are a result of an underlying medical condition affecting the blood vessels & nerves supplying blood to the penis.
  • Mechanical devices are also available to help achieve an erection.
  • Patients experiencing occasional erectile dysfunction and who do not respond to medical treatment may be candidates for surgery to fit a penile implant.
  • A number of prescription drugs, recreational drugs, alcohol, and smoking can all cause erectile dysfunction.

Diagnosis, with the help of a doctor, can identify the likely cause by taking a history, discussing symptoms, performing blood tests to establish the presence of conditions such as diabetes or heart problems, and other physical problems. 

Causes of Erectile Dysfunction:

The relaxation of muscles allows blood to rush into the cylinder-shaped spongy tissue of the erection chamber. This creates increased tissue pressure and erection. This blood flow process is led by nervous and hormonal triggers when the brain is stimulated by touch.

The normal erectile function can be affected by problems that compromise any of the following normal physiological contributions needed for an erect penis:

  • Blood flow
  • Nervous supply

Vascular causes that affect blood flow and neurological causes that affect nerve signals are the major medical causes of erectile dysfunction, often due to the underlying disease such as atherosclerosis and diabetes.

Smoking and diabetes often cause atherosclerosis, and this narrowing or ‘clogging’ of arteries in the penis is the most common vascular cause of erectile dysfunction.

Physical Causes of Erectile Dysfunction:

The following are a list of common physical causes of erectile dysfunction:

  • Heart disease and narrowing of blood vessels
  • Diabetes
  • High blood pressure
  • High cholesterol
  • Obesity and metabolic syndrome (which are also risk factors for diabetes)
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Hormonal disorders including thyroid conditions and testosterone deficiency
  • Structural/anatomical disorder of the penis, such as Peyronie disease
  • Smoking, alcoholism and substance abuse, including cocaine use
  • Treatments for prostate disease
  • Surgical complications (surgeries include radical prostatectomy, cystectomy, transurethral resection of the prostate and rectal cancer surgery)
  • Injuries in the pelvic area or spinal cord
  • Radiation therapy to the pelvic region.

Numerous medicines can also cause erectile dysfunction. Anyone taking prescription medications should consult their doctor or healthcare practitioner prior to stopping or changing their medications.

  • Drugs to control high blood pressure
  • Heart medications such as digoxin
  • Some diuretics (known as ‘water pills’ that increase urine output)
  • Drugs that act on the central nervous system (in the brain or spinal cord), including some sleeping pills and amphetamines
  • Anxiety treatments (anxiolytics)
  • Antidepressants including monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs), selective-serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), and tricyclic antidepressants
  • Opioid painkillers
  • Some cancer drugs, including chemotherapeutic agents
  • Prostate treatments, including treatments for cancer, and for benign prostatic hypertrophy (such as 5α-reductase inhibitors). Anti-androgen drugs used for prostate disease and other conditions can also cause erectile dysfunction
  • Anticholinergics – drugs with a wide range of uses that block a neurotransmitter (nerve signal molecule) that affects muscle tone
  • Hormone drugs, including estrogens and drugs that act on luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone
  • The peptic ulcer medication cimetidine

The Psychological causes of Erectile Dysfunction include:

  • Guilt
  • Fear of intimacy
  • Depression
  • Severe anxiety.
  • Depression– which can cause a loss of interest in sex (lower libido) as well as erectile dysfunction – and other mental health disorders
  • Stress fear, anxiety, or anger
  • Stress can include work, financial, and emotional problems
  • Performance anxiety – Repeated feelings of doubt and failure in which worrying about getting an erection can cause a cycle of anxiety that prevents one from being possible
  • Poor communication with a sex partner

Other relationship problems such as pressure from a sex partner – for example, because expectations make sex a task instead of a pleasure.

To know more about erectile dysfunction or male infertility and to know its diagnosis procedures log on to www.freedoctorhelpline.com or call us at +918010555444.

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2 years ago

Answer for Infertility

All the symptoms remain due to the hormonal imbalance in your body. Get a complete hormone profiling. Based upon the findings, your gynaecologist will prescribe you medicines to solve the issue.

2 years ago

Answer for Frequent (2/3 times a day) Masturbation will cause infertility?

Mastrubation is normal and natural. Semen production is a continuous process. In fact mastrubation is a healthy and safest method by which body gets rid of excess of semen produces. Mastrubation do not cause infertility in any manner.

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2 years ago Medical

Causes of Female Infertility

“I am struggling through a very deep depression due to the fact that I can’t have baby. No one in my social circle understands it, neither do my family. I feel so alone and unhappy”, pleads one of my sister’s friend.

Female infertility is defined as a disease or condition of the reproductive system resulting in the inability to conceive after one year of unprotected, well-timed intercourse or the inability to carry a pregnancy to the delivery of a live baby.

There are two types of infertility in women. They are primary infertility which refers to a condition in which a woman has never been able to conceive; and secondary infertility in which the woman was successful in conceiving once but unsuccessful at the second time. Now let us take a look at the common reasons as to why the female is infertile.

1. Obesity – affects hormone production which thereby decreases ovarian function. Obese women at the age of 18 are sure to get Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) which is the most common and leading cause.

2. Being too lean – makes one’s periods irregular or even absent.

3. Getting older – due to perimenopause occurs, ovulation decreases and egg count declines.

4. Household chemicals – pesticides, pollutants, industrial wastes decrease pregnancy by 29% says a study.

5. Mother – women should ask their mothers about how old she was when she got her menopause. If she got early then probably their daughters too will. Every female is born with some amount of eggs. Certain genetic factors make them born with more or fewer eggs or use those eggs faster than an average woman.

6. Smoking – nowadays it is common among teenage and young adults. In the first place, smoking affects your chances of getting pregnant, in the second place it hurts the developing fetus. Even moderate smoking or second-hand smoking may damage endocrine function and lead to significant fertility issues. 13% of infertility cases are due to smoking.

7. Alcohol – few drinks a week won’t affect but heavy drinking leads to ovulation problems. A Swedish study tracked 7000 women for 18 years and found that heavy drinkers sought out fertility treatments. Drinking during early stage causes premature births.

8. Breastfeeding – it is a myth that pregnancy is impossible during breastfeeding but it is true that a woman nursing a child has trouble conceiving another one. A 2014 study from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine shows that women who wait less than 18 months have a shorter pregnancy or preterm birth.

9. Exercise – a 2012 study published in Fertility and Sterility say that normal-weight women who exercise vigorously have a harder time getting pregnant. The obvious sign may be a change in menstrual cycle.

10. Birth Control – if a woman stops taking all forms of hormonal birth control she will become pregnant within a month.

11. Thyroid Disease – subclinical undiagnosed hypothyroidism have subtle effects on fertility of women.

12. Caffeine – interferes with muscle contraction that helps eggs travel from ovaries to the womb.

13. Medical Conditions – health issues like polycystic ovarian syndrome, endometrioses (endometrial tissue implants and grows outside the uterus leading to pregnancy complications), uterine fibroids (non-cancerous lumps in or outside a woman’s womb leading to heavy bleeding during pregnancy, frequent urge to urinate, painful sex and infertility in women) can affect women’s chances of getting pregnant. Also, a woman suffering from autoimmune disorders, have trouble conceiving since their bodies reject fertilized egg.

14. Sexual Infections – sexually transmitted disease like chlamydia or gonorrhea cause pelvic inflammatory disease and fertility problems even after many years a woman contracts them.

15. Stress – it is not only the problem but women who have trouble getting pregnant are adopting stress management programs. Perceived stress can certainly alter hormonal levels and ovulation.

16. Epileptics – reproductive abnormalities and fertility problems are common in epileptic females.

17. Unexplained Reasons – the causes are not clearly defined or identifiable that happens in 20% of infertility cases.

These may be overcome by using drugs to stimulate ovulation, surgery in some cases, intrauterine insemination and in vitro fertilization.

There is a unique pain that comes from preparing a place in your heart for a child that never comes. Those couples who have undergone this incomparable pain lament, “We wanted to write exactly what it is to lose a child, but for some reason, the page stayed empty. And we could not have explained it any better.”

All those who suffer out there my feeble advice will be ‘adopting a child may not change your world but for that child, the whole world may change.’

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1 year ago

In Vitro Fertilization ( IVF )

                    In Vitro Fertilization (IVF)

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How Does the In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) Process Work?

For pregnancy to occur naturally, an egg must be released from the ovary and united with a sperm. Fertilization normally occurs within a fallopian tube, which connects the uterus to an ovary. To understand IVF, it is helpful to understand the normal 28-day menstrual cycle.

With IVF, however, the union occurs in a laboratory after the eggs and sperm have been collected. Simply put, an IVF cycle is an exaggeration of the first half of your regular menstrual cycle, the follicular phase. The same things that occur during a normal menstrual cycle occur in an IVF cycle, and in the same order. However, instead of one follicle producing one egg, the goal is to stimulate multiple follicles in both ovaries, thereby producing multiple eggs.

The big difference between an IVF cycle and a regular menstrual cycle is that ovulation does not take place in an IVF cycle. Instead, the eggs are retrieved at the point of maturation and are fertilized in the IVF lab. Embryos are then transferred to the uterus to initiate a pregnancy. Once the embryos are transferred back into the uterus, there is nothing distinguishable between embryos fertilized in the body or in an IVF laboratory.

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Below are the five major steps of the IVF process in more detail:

Monitor the development of ripening egg(s) in the ovaries. Fertility medications are prescribed to control the timing of egg ripening and to increase the chance of collecting multiple eggs. To monitor egg development, GIVF utilizes ultrasound examinations of the ovaries (a painless method of imaging the enlarging follicles containing the eggs) and the measurement of serial blood hormone levels. An injection of the hormone HCG is then precisely timed to cause final ripening of the eggs.

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Collect eggs. Retrieval of the eggs is performed transvaginally using a hollow needle guided by the ultrasound image, in a completely comfortable procedure under sedation and local anaesthesia.

Obtain sperm. The eggs aspirated from the ovarian follicles are immediately identified by embryologists and placed with the partner’s or donor’s sperm, which will have been carefully processed. If the sperm is considered less likely than usual to achieve fertilization, intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) into each egg is performed using special micromanipulation equipment.

Place eggs and sperm together in the laboratory, and provide correct conditions for fertilization and early embryo growth. The sperm and eggs are placed into incubators and examined carefully at intervals to ensure that fertilization and cell division have taken place, after which the fertilized eggs are then known as embryos.

Transfer embryos into the uterus. Two to five days after egg retrieval, embryos are ready to be placed in the woman’s uterus. Transfer of embryos at about 5 days post-retrieval is often referred to as blastocyst transfer. A speculum is inserted into the entrance of the uterus and the embryos, suspended in a tiny drop of fluid, are very gently introduced through a catheter into the womb, often under ultrasound guidance. The embryo transfer is followed by a brief period of rest. Subsequent blood tests and ultrasound examinations are used to determine if pregnancy has been successfully established.

 IVF Package In India Details

  • Rates for basic IVF treatmentFor one IVF session, the average cost of treatment in India is approximately 4000 US Dollars. This is not fixed, as it is possible that the rate can go up as high as 8000 US Dollars for one cycle of the treatment.
  • Rates for Any Advanced TreatmentsIf a patient requires advanced technological assistance in IVF, the cost can go much higher. For instance, an ICSI treatment will require an additional 1,500 US Dollars to 4000 US Dollars. A FET (Frozen Embryo Transfer) procedure will cost patients about 1000 US Dollars, apart from the IVF cost in India. Infertility specialists in IVF clinics in India have the ability and technology to provide satisfactory solutions for infertility. With so many reputed centres in different cities across the country, patients can increase their chances of conceiving. By this, they can realize their dream of becoming happy parents of a beautiful and healthy baby!

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Below are the five major steps of the IVF process in more detail:

  1. Monitor the development of ripening egg(s) in the ovaries. Fertility medications are prescribed to control the timing of egg ripening and to increase the chance of collecting multiple eggs. To monitor egg development, GIVF utilizes ultrasound examinations of the ovaries (a painless method of imaging the enlarging follicles containing the eggs) and the measurement of serial blood hormone levels. An injection of the hormone HCG is then precisely timed to cause final ripening of the eggs.
  2. Collect eggs. Retrieval of the eggs is performed transvaginally using a hollow needle guided by the ultrasound image, in a completely comfortable procedure under sedation and local anaesthesia.
  3. Obtain sperm. The eggs aspirated from the ovarian follicles are immediately identified by embryologists and placed with the partner’s or donor’s sperm, which will have been carefully processed.  If the sperm is considered less likely than usual to achieve fertilization, intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) into each egg is performed using special micromanipulation equipment.
  4. Place eggs and sperm together in the laboratory, and provide correct conditions for fertilization and early embryo growth. The sperm and eggs are placed into incubators and examined carefully at intervals to ensure that fertilization and cell division have taken place, after which the fertilized eggs are then known as embryos.
  5. Transfer embryos into the uterus.  Two to five days after egg retrieval, embryos are ready to be placed in the woman’s uterus.  Transfer of embryos at about 5 days post-retrieval is often referred to as blastocyst transfer.  A speculum is inserted into the entrance of the uterus and the embryos, suspended in a tiny drop of fluid, are very gently introduced through a catheter into the womb, often under ultrasound guidance. The embryo transfer is followed by a brief period of rest. Subsequent blood tests and ultrasound examinations are used to determine if pregnancy has been successfully established.

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Average Penis Size: What You Need to Know!

As indicated by an investigation distributed in the July 10, 2013 Journal of Sexual Medicine that took a gander at in excess of 1,600 men’s normal penis measure, specialists found that when erect, the normal penis size is generally around 5.5″ long (14 cm), running from 1.6 to 10.2″ (4cm to 26 cm) long. In any case, the standard deviation is around 1″ (2.66 cm), which implies that around 66% of men’s erect penises in the investigation are between about 4.5 and 6.5″ long (12.5cm to 16.8cm). Another approach to take a gander at this is just about 20% of all men have an erect penis size of under 4.5″ – this is around 1″ shorter than normal.

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Investigate the normal penis length insights – we think you’ll be astonished:

  • Normal erect penis size: 5.5″
  • Normal limp penis size: 3.5 – 3.9″

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Certainties About the Average Erect Length

  • Beside estimate, there are various other fascinating actualities about Erections.
  • Most chimps have a bone, or baculum, to keep their penis erect, though people depend exclusively on the circulatory strain. Scholars don’t know why people specifically lost this characteristic, yet strolling upright with this bone may have turned into a little awkward at any rate.
  • Indeed, even an infinitesimal embryo can have an erection. Ultrasound tests have demonstrated that it can occur in the third trimester.
  • Men have “unconstrained” erections amid the day that has nothing to do with sexual excitement.
  • Erections that happen while resting are normal and an indication of a solid penis – there is even a restorative term for this: Nocturnal Penile Tumescence (NPT).
  • Men normal around five of these erections for every night.
  • NPT regularly happens amid REM rest, where it’s trusted the cerebrum quits discharging a concoction that typically smothers erections.
  • NPT likewise happens when men have a full bladder – this might be a kind of reflex erection or a component to avoid pee while resting
  • A typical slang term for the full bladder erection is “morning wood.”
  • NPTs are accepted to add to penis wellbeing.
  • Albeit no formal investigations have been distributed, in view of space explorers’ records, it’s troublesome – maybe even unthinkable – for men to accomplish an erection in space. Obviously, gravity assumes a part.

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Does Penis Size Make a difference?

A man’s penis can give him incredible delight, and in addition critical tension, on occasion. Uneasiness ordinarily emerges from sentiments of insufficiency with an estimate, quality of erection or sexual execution. Here, we need to furnish you with some intriguing realities about the penis and conceivably enable you to answer the inquiry: what is the normal penis estimate and is my penis sufficiently huge to completely fulfil a lady?

In a report distributed in BJU International, scientists united the consequences of 12 contemplates that deliberate the penis sizes of 11,531 men since 1942. They likewise contemplated what people think about penis measure.

  • Just about 40% of men with a normal size penis thought they were littler than ordinary
  • 85% of ladies were happy with their accomplice’s size

While size might be essential to men, most ladies concur that by and large, the extent of a penis is truly not as imperative as different things. Truth be told, more ladies grumble about a penis being too enormous, as opposed to too little. Moreover, the lion’s share of ladies thinks more about the enthusiastic association they encounter amid sex than they do about the measure of their accomplice’s penis. Most ladies concur… it’s not simply measured that matters.

Penis Size facts

  • Limp length isn’t an indicator of erect length. A few men have a generally short flabby penis that, when erect, will grow to a normal length. These sorts of penises are known as “developers.” Alternatively, while a “show-er” penis will seem vast more often than not, it won’t get substantially greater subsequent to accomplishing an erection.
  • A worldwide Men’s Health review reports that 79% of men have developers” and 21% have “demonstrate ers.”
  • Just 6% of the male populace needs additional substantial condoms, as per makers.
  • Most men think little of the measure of their penis.
  • As opposed to mainstream thinking, there’s almost no relationship between’s penis size and tallness, hand or foot estimate.
  • We frequently know about race being a point of dialogue in connection to penis measure, yet actually, the information demonstrates just humble variety.
  • Since it lessens blood stream to the penis, smoking can abbreviate the normal penis by up to 0.4.”
  • There is a logical method to gauge erections in a lab.
  • Since the Greeks connected a little penis with a creative perfect of adjusting and control, penises on Greek statues were purposefully little – conversely, a substantial penis was regularly connected with being elderly or an alcoholic.
  • A barnacle’s penis can grow up to ten times the measure of its body – they have the biggest penis in connection to body estimate.
  • Extending a limp penis is a commonplace path for researchers to gauge length.
  • The Greeks trusted that breeze caused erections.
  • Men’s penises are normally darker than their body.
  • The penis quits developing when a man is in his mid-20s.

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Final Verdict: Penis Size vs. Stamina

Despite what many men may believe, size really isn’t all that important when it comes to satisfying a partner in bed. In fact, as we mentioned earlier, most women have more complaints about a penis being too big, rather than it being too small. Extremely large penises can be painful for a woman. A large percentage of women would be more interested in their man being attentive to the entire sexual experience as a whole than they care about actual size.

One large component that comes into play here is how long a man lasts. Much, much more important than the penis size is how much effort is going into the whole act. How much foreplay is there? How attentive are you to her needs? How long can you last? Women are sensual creatures who need emotional stimulation perhaps more than anything else – they would take a satisfying experience over a big penis any day. If you’re looking for a way to last longer in bed and satisfy your partner, you may want to start looking at some of the over-the-counter (OTC) products out there to delay ejaculation.

Promescent delay spray is the only product in the U.S market that is clinically backed with IRB certified research. It has relatively no side effects and has been shown to allow some men to last up to 64% longer in bed. Now that’s the type of length your lady will care about…

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Some Common Home solutions for Expanding Pennis Size:

  • Drink a lot of water and take vitamin-rich sustenances

You have to ensure that you drink no less than 3 liters of water each day. Alongside this take additional vitamin and mineral-rich nourishment that will give your body the perfect measure of supplements required for promoting development. This will likewise assist you with getting better outcomes out of any peonies augmentation practice you do at home.

  • Take whey proteins and do penis amplification works out

Whey protein will assist you in gaining a weight in the zone you prepare. There is a wide range of penis development practices you can do at home. You will be amazed to realize that there are particular preparing that is committed to extending your dick. The greater part of these activity schedules is accessible on the web. It is critical that you destroy them the best possible approach to get best outcomes. So taking whey protein and preparing that particular piece of your body will expand the length of your penis. Taking amino corrosive supplements alongside this likewise causes as it develops fat around the region you are preparing.

  • Penis extend works out

When you are preparing the penis territory, you have to extend the tissues of the penis. Penis extend practice causes your penis to extend accordingly expanding the length of your penis. You can influence the penis to develop longer through keeps extending over a period. You have to rehearse them once a day to get best outcomes. This additionally expands the size of the penis alongside the length. These activities additionally assist you with strengthening the muscles in your penis and in this way postpone the discharge. The more you take to discharge the better sex it will be.

  • Using mechanical machine or weights 

This can easily be considered the most effective but most dangerous ways to enlarge your penis. The basic theory is that if weights can be used to build muscles in other parts of the body then why not in the penis. One of the biggest benefits of these is that though it is completely natural it is bound to give you a good effect. But the con is that if you do not do it properly, then you might end up having severe trauma and even sexual dysfunction. The effect of this process is temporary, and once you stop doing this exercise, your muscles will go back to the normal size.

The process of this is that you will be required to hang some weight around your penis and then perform light exercises. You can get special made for increasing penis size weights from the market so just make one for yourself at home. These weights are easy to make with the correct materials. These homemade weights are as effective as the ones you will get in the market. Make sure you perform these exercises in a proper way to save yourself any problem.  Make sure that the contractions are not too much as that will lead to tearing of tissues and have a bad effect on the blood circulation.

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Erectile Dysfunction symptoms and treatment

Erectile Dysfunction| Symptoms, Causes, Risk Factor & Treatment

Erectile dysfunction or impotence is the inability to keep the erection firm throughout sex. If it arises from time to time then it isn’t a serious problem. However, if it is a persistent issue then it needs to be treated immediately as it causes stress and also affects one’s self-confidence. In most cases, finding the Read More

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Erectile Dysfunction symptoms and treatment

Erectile dysfunction(ED): Causes and Treatments

Erectile dysfunction(ED): Causes and Treatments Erectile dysfunction (ED), also known as Impotence is the inability to get or maintain an erection during sexual intercourse in human beings. Erection of the penis is a natural process during sexual arousal. It is controlled by the brain under the influence of various sensory perceptions like touch, visual and Read More

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1 year ago Health , Medical

Low Sperm Count- Signs, Causes And Treatment

Most often when a woman is not able to conceive or is not getting pregnant, then it is predicted that the women are infertile. However, men play an equally important role in the process of fertilization. Around 1 in every 5 infertile couple, the reason is the fertility issue of men. Low sperm count in men can be one of the major reasons for this infertility.  Around 90% of the times, the reason for male infertility is the problem of low sperm count. As a couple, struggling to conceive for one’s own child is really a frustrating experience and a concern.

Facts to know:

  • The condition when your sperm counts are low, i.e., less than 15 million sperm/ml are medically termed as oligospermia.
  • In case sperms are found totally missing and your semen sample is tested to have no sperms at all, then that condition is medically termed as azoospermia.
  • During your struggle to conceive or having a child, knowing the count of your sperms that you ejaculate during the process may be quite important.
  • A total sperm count of 20 million or more is a healthy count.
  • 40% or more of your total sperms moving in the forward direction indicates a healthy percentage of mortality rate.
  • Shapes of sperms that consists of an oval head of around 5 to 6 micrometres long and having only one long tail are as healthy sperms.

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Signs & Symptoms of Low Sperm Count:

  • Not able to conceive
  • Incapability in having a baby
  • Hormonal problems or abnormalities like having reduced body or facial hairs
  • Lifestyle preferences
  • Reduced sexual desires
  • Issues or difficulty in sustaining the erection (erectile dysfunction)
  • Reduced or low sex drive
  • Sexual problems

Causes of Low Sperm Count:

  • Heat can be one of the causes that may affect the production of normal sperm count.
  • Obesity can be one of the cause because fat may overheat the testicles.
  • Men who sit continuously for long hours like in office sitting jobs, or who work as long-distance lorry-drivers may also get affected due to increase in heat production in the genital areas.
  • Too frequent intercourse practices may also cause lack of supply of the sperms.
  • Smoking too much like more than around 20 cigarettes per day.
  • Consumption of excessive alcohol.
  • Few antibiotics also harm the sperms
  • Stress
  • Fatigue
  • Infected semen
  • Bacterial infections
  • Tumours
  • Hormonal imbalances
  • Shortage of tubes that carry and transfer the sperms
  • Medical history like prostate problems, swelling or pain in the testicle area, penis or testicle surgery, scrotum, groin
  • Prior surgeries
  • Exposure or contact with certain heavy metals like lead
  • Radiations or x-rays may also alter the sperm count

Treatments & Preventions for the Low Sperm Count:

The treatment process depends on the cause and level of complications associated with the problem. However, few of the common treatments are listed below:

  • Surgery
  • Medications like anabolic steroids, etc. as prescribed by the doctors
  • Antibiotics may be prescribed
  • Hormonal treatments as per the prescribed medications or drugs
  • Regularizing the sexual intercourse process
  • Avoiding usage of lubricants
  • Maintain a healthy weight and lifestyle
  • Keep away from excessive heat
  • Stay away from excessive smoking and alcohol consumptions
  • Try to manage your stress levels

It is to be noted that both you and your partner must get yourselves tested for fertility even if you already show the symptoms of low sperm count. Later, in case it is detected that you have a low sperm count, still, you should not lose your hope because at times the sperm counts may also get boosted with the right intake of vitamins and other supplements. Otherwise, if the cause of low sperm count is the presence of some hormonal problem in your body, then going for a surgery or a replacement therapy can be helpful.

Apart from this, today there are various other options also available for infertile couples who are unable to increase their sperm count. They may anytime opt for an In vitro fertilization (IVF) or go for an adoption process. Whatsoever is the situation, consulting with your doctor is always the best option to pamper yourself and your partner.

Read: Causes and Symptoms of Male Infertility

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2 years ago Health , healthy , Medical , Teeth Care

What is Dental Illness Inlay & Onlay: Which one I need? Procedure & Cost

In recent times, restoration of the missing tooth structure with an artificial filling like Inlays and Onlays are few of the widely accepted techniques to get rid of such common complains of Dental illness. An effective and a good care of the mouth is very essential for an individual’s personal hygiene and general wellness. It is also equally important for maintaining one’s overall appearance. There are specialized and dedicated doctors for taking care of your dental health. Consulting a dentist and hygienists acts as a major relief to such problems because these doctors or experts take great care and efforts to identify the causes and treat any type of gum disease or any other related problems at an early stage to keep you, your teeth, your gums, and your mouth healthy.

See: How to make your Yellow tooth, White Again

A highly crucial need of individual’s health is to take proper and effective care of all their body parts, including the dental parts. With the changing times, dental health problems are also being linked to few major chronic health problems like strokes, diabetes, artery diseases, giving birth to premature babies, lower birth weights, and many more. Ignorance of oral health may be alarming. Any type of untreated oral disease may lead you to catch hold of certain gum problems or may even lead to some loss of a tooth or any other teeth related problems or dental issues.

Primarily, the Dental Diseases are categorized into 3 major groups:

Cavity formation or Tooth Decay:

This occurs when we allow plague to remain and settle on the surface of our tooth for a certainly longer period of time. Plague emits a substance that contains bacteria in it. Those microbial bacteria produce acids and feed on the sweets and sugars that we consume throughout the day. Eventually, this phenomenon leads to the formation of tooth cavities and Tooth decay.

Gum Diseases:

This condition is also caused by the bacteria that are produced by the plague. These bacteria produce acids which affect the gums and infect them. They may also make the gums swollen or puffy. Sometimes it may also cause bleeding from your gums after your brush or floss your tooth. Further, it may also give you a bad smelling mouth with foul breath. However, all these problems can be treated with professional help and care. Keeping a good oral hygiene also helps.

Oral Cancers:

Anyone and everyone may get trapped with oral cancer, however, the ones who follow unhealthy oral habits like consumption of tobacco, cigarettes, alcohol, hookah, cigars, etc. are at a higher risk side. Oral cancers may affect any part of your mouth including gums, tongue, lips or any other associated parts as well as throat, cheeks, larynx. Symptoms and signs of oral cancers include bleeding, swelling, soreness, white or red patches, etc. It is always recommended to consult a healthcare professional immediately if any of these symptoms occur.

See: Healthy Diet for Teeth

As the time passes, an untreated dental illness may get riskier and even lead to a complete loss of your tooth. Although, any type of dental illness can be prevented by following regular dental check-up routines and periodic tooth examinations. Maintaining a proper oral hygiene and getting timely treatments are important for maintaining a healthy oral health. Moreover, taking regular dental care is very crucial for your overall health and well-being.

These days, the process of tooth extraction, dental fillings, crowning or any other dental treatments are very effective, quick, and hardly engages any pain. The process of its healing may get a little tricky, however, with the support of right advisory and right assistance, the complications or any related problems may be avoided. Further, once the wound gets healed up, then the doctor may advise you to undergo certain repair and replacement possibilities like dental implants. Such artificial replacement solutions and techniques are encouraged by dentists because the extracted tooth may have created a gap which may lead to degeneration of the tooth bones and enamel, and filling such gaps are important.

There are several cases where the tooth suffers from some of the other types of damage or decay. Getting the damage repaired and treating these problems are generally too extensive if you treat it with the process of simple filling, although not extensive enough if you require a full-coverage crown. Therefore, in most of these cases, the best available option today to restore your tooth like a natural one that you lost, may be possible with the process of a Dental Inlay or Onlay.

In case you require crowning of your tooth and you are looking an option for a crown, then, a dentist would probably recommend you go for a dental inlay or Onlay instead of opting for a crown. Although it is a well-known fact that both these options of tooth restoring are good, however, there are slight differences between the two. Dental inlay and dental outlay are alternative solutions for dental crowns. These are porcelain fillings that are created in the laboratories for tooth restorations and to strengthen the damaged or decayed tooth. These solutions are generally deemed to serve the purpose by offering some indirect options that lie between the choices of direct fillings and a crown.

Dental Inlay

Dental inlay is an indistinguishable way to repair the tooth gums. They are available in porcelain material options or in the form of a composite resin which matches with the original colour of your natural tooth. Typically, an inlay option is more durable as compared to the composite fillings. In addition to this, inlays are also far more affordable as compared to a crown.

Dental Onlay

Dental Onlay is another form of artificial and indirect filling. Onlays help in providing your tooth with a stronger support and provides a long-lasting repair solution for your decayed, damaged or broken tooth. Unlike the inlay that is bonded with your damaged tooth, similarly, the Onlay also bonds itself with the surface.

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The difference in the bonding of the two is that inlays bond them with the centre of the tooth whereas the outlay procedure bonds itself with the entire biting surface of the tooth. The material used for creating dental Onlays can be porcelain, gold or resin. However, the right choice of material being used usually depends on the location at which the Onlay will be located. For example, porcelain is considered the best option if you want it for the smile line, whereas resin is considered perfect if you want this for the grinding purpose. All dental Onlays are generally very easy to maintain and clean. All efforts are taken that they are designed in such a way that they look very similar to your natural tooth.

Which one do I Need: Dental Inlay or Onlay?

Both the solutions, i.e., dental inlays or dental Onlays, are forms of indirect fillings. It means that that the filling is fabricated at a dental laboratory prior to bonding it to your tooth. The bonding process is then carried over by your dentist at their clinics.

The treatment process of indirect fillings is generally called as an “inlay” if it fixes itself inside the little gaps or cups of the molar or premolar tooth. To its contrast, the treatment process of indirect fillings is termed as an “Onlay” if it fixes itself with one or more of such cups. Whatever is the requirement, in both the cases, the procedure for fixing an inlay or an Onlay remains the same.

Procedure & Cost

Opting for the procedures of an inlay or Onlay helps you in retaining a major part of your natural tooth structure while being drilled out. Medical science aims to always preserve your natural tooth to as much extent as possible, and therefore inlays and Onlays are generally recommended instead of crowns. The procedure of fixing inlays and Onlays usually involves two sessions. The entire process is carried out with the aid of local anaesthetic to prevent any form of pain or discomfort during the treatment procedure.

The steps for inlay or Onlay procedure includes:

  1. Numbing of your tooth and its surrounding area with the support of some local anaesthesia
  2. Removing of the decay or infection
  3. Preparing of the artificial tooth impression
  4. Sending the tooth impression to a dental laboratory
  5. Based on the impressions, a model of your tooth is prepared
  6. A material used for creating an inlay or Onlay can be gold or natural tooth coloured ceramic or resin
  7. A temporary filling is attached to your tooth till the time you get your permanent one

The materials and solutions of inlays and Onlays are strong, durable and long-lasting. They don’t require any extra care than any other natural tooth. Daily brushing of your teeth, regular flossing, and routine professional cleanings at dental clinics are very important if you want to make sure that your restoration lasts for a longer duration and for years to come.

The cost of Dental Inlay and Onlay depends on the quantity of fixation and the material you choose for your artificial filling. It varies a lot depending on the case and varies from tooth to tooth. However, there are low-cost dental procedures available for this problem as well. Gold inlays are costlier than the porcelain ones.

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2 years ago Health , healthy

Hypothyroidism: Foods to avoid and How Juicing can Help!

A Clinical and biochemical syndrome that results from a deficiency in thyroid hormone secretion from thyroid gland or in the action.The disease ranges from subclinical hypothyroidism to primary and secondary hypothyroidism and the extreme medical emergency, myxoedema coma.

Is a condition in which your thyroid is not making enough thyroid hormone, specifically triiodothyronine(T3) and thyroxine (T4).While a lot of people might not see symptoms in the earlier stages ,this condition can lead to obesity ,joint pain, infertility and heart disease. You can very accurately take a thyroid function test to see the state your thyroid is in.

There are hormone replacements that can help with your condition if needed ,but we here at fit-life are all about help your body naturally. Through Juicing and avoiding certain foods,which I will go over in a minute ,you can learn to prevent the progression of Hypothyroidism while trying to heal your thyroid naturally.

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Foods To avoid

Before going into the specific foods to avoid ,you’d probably like to know why have to avoid certain foods at all.

Some foods contain what are known as Goitrogens. Goitrogens inhibit Iodine metabolism in your body. So why is this important? Your body uses Iodine to produce important thyroid Hormones. If you are consuming a lot of Goitrogens, thyroid hormone is inhibited,which is bad for someone that already has already has trouble producing these hormones through Hypothyroidism.

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 VEGETABLES:

Broccoli, Cabbage, Brussels Sprouts, Cauliflower, Kale, Spinach, Turnips, Millet and Mustard Greens.

Nuts and Beans:

Soybeans, Peanuts, Linseed and Pine nuts.

Fruits:

Peaches and Strawberries.

There are other Foods out there that contain Goitrogens so make sure you educate yourself if you plan on trying to naturally heal your thyroid .It is also important to note that some foods are fine to eat as long as it is in moderation .

What To Juice and Eat

The most important thing you want to do is not juice Goitrogen-containing foods since they are still in a  raw state.However, don’t start freaking out just yet! There are plenty of Substitutes that you can safely juice and eat that will not contribute to your condition .

Here is a List of some foods that you can Safely juice and eat:

  • Beetroot
  • Beetroot Leaves
  • Chard
  • Celery Leaves
  • Romaine
  • Zucchini
  • Cucumber
  • Grapefruit
  • Lemon
  • Limes
  • Oranges
  • Watermelon

Symptoms of Hypothyroidism:

The symptoms of Hypothyroidism are barely noticeable. They are not specific. People with mild hypothyroidism may not have any signs or symptoms. Common signs and symptoms of Hypothyroidism are:

If you have any signs or symptoms same or similar to hypothyroidism, Consult with a Doctor. A simple Blood test is the first step in diagnosis.

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Facts You Need to Know about Sex after Abortion!

Being gifted with a child is a god given boon! Many people actually don’t realize its importance and its value. Most parents-to-be easily jump to the conclusion of aborting their fetus. Though it is legally a crime to abort a baby people worldwide are still doing it secretly! One strong statement that should be hammered into the heads of all adults if you are not in a position to bring up a child of your own please take precautionary methods not to get conceive!

Abortion otherwise called as termination is a medical procedure of ending a pregnancy so that it does not result in a baby. There are 2 ways of ending a pregnancy. One is by taking pills that would abort the baby and the other one is by undergoing a minor surgical operation to kill the fetus. 

Some women want to abort the child while some find it difficult to make their own decision. The decision to make an abortion is purely one’s choice. Those who wish to abort will have to go through many sessions like group discussions and counseling in order to change their point of view for not bringing up the child.

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abortion, sex problems, side effects, tips, careYou will be given all liberty to talk to your partner, friends, and family members regarding this but they all don’t have a call on the final decision. The final decision of taking an abortion or not always rests in the hands of the mother.

Making a decision of aborting the child may seem to be an easy one. But one is often not aware of the consequences. Abortions are the safest if they are carried out as early as possible. Most women don’t experience any problem but there are some complications associated with abortion that every woman should be aware of!

Here is the list of certain Complications after Abortion:

  • The womb might get infected
  • There is a 0.2% chance that the pregnancy might still remain in the womb.
  • Some women might experience excessive bleeding
  • Sometimes there may be a damage to the entrance of the womb (cervix)
  • About 1 in 250 surgical abortions & 1 in 1000 medical abortions encounter severe damage to the womb

Normal Side Effects after an Abortion:

  • Abdominal cramps
  • Nausea & vomiting
  • Sore breast
  • Fatigue
  • Vaginal bleeding
  • Uterine perforation which includes abdominal cramps,  bleeding, and fever
  • The septic shock that includes symptoms of fever, bleeding, low blood pressure & abdominal pain

When it becomes Necessary to Get Medical Advice?

After having an abortion it is quite natural to experience some cramps and vaginal bleeding. It might last for a week or two and gradually it must improve and there is absolutely nothing that you need to worry about! But you need to bother about  it a bit when you experience the following symptoms:

  • Excessive bleeding
  • Severe pain that cant be controlled by painkillers
  • Smelly vaginal discharge or white discharges
  • High temperature
  • Pregnancy symptoms like nausea and sore breast

Effect of Abortion on Future Fertility & Pregnancy

Having an abortion doesn’t affect your future chances of being pregnant and having normal pregnancies. In fact, the chances of being pregnant are more after having an abortion. So it is better to use contraception and you will be adviced thoroughly regarding this while you undergo an abortion. However, there is a huge risk if you suffer from womb infection after an abortion. This infection might spread to your fallopian tubes and ovaries and result in a serious condition called as a pelvic inflammatory disease (PID).

PID can cause Female infertility and ectopic pregnancy wherein the egg implants outside the womb. But, this is a very rare case. You will be given antibiotics before an abortion so as to reduce the risk of infection. And also, if an infection arises it treated well in first stage itself and does not cause a serious impact.  One thing has to b kept in mind, repeated abortions increase the risk of giving birth prematurely that is the baby is born in the 37th week itself.

How about having Sex Immediately after an Abortion?

It is recommended to wait for at least 2 weeks to have sex after an abortion. This is because you are likely to go through severe vaginal bleeding and cramps after an abortion which can cause a hell lot of discomfort. Giving you’re a break from all these stuff can make you more comfortable and once you feel your body is back to normal then there is no harm in resuming sex with your partner.

Waiting for 2 to 3 weeks after an abortion to have sex also reduces the risk of infection. This is also an important part of post-abortion care. If you have unprotected sex after an abortion then you must call your doctor or ask for any clinical help and take necessary measures to prevent pregnancy. Also, if you experience sudden pain during sex after abortion even then it is necessary to call up a doctor and seek the advice.

After Abortion Care Tips:

After an abortion, your doctor will provide you after-care instruction. In order to reduce the side effects and also to increase your comfort after an abortion keeps in mind the following tips:

  • To ease cramps use heating pads
  • While experiencing vomiting and nausea keep yourself hydrated
  • Massage the abdomen when you experience cramps
  • Wear a tight fitting bra to relieve breast tenderness

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