HIV or human immunodeficiency virus is a lentivirus, which is a member of the retrovirus family. This virus is known to cause acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), which is a condition, where the immune system gets weakened to such an extent, that the risk for getting some serious opportunistic infections and several types of cancer increases. […]Read more "Early HIV Symptoms in Men"
Summary: If not treated in time, sexually transmitted diseases and infections can spell danger. Urologists are perfectly capable of handling such issues. Remember to search for a good one before booking an appointment. Oral sex, as we understand, involves giving and receiving oral stimulation to the genital organs. It is highly common practice, especially youths […]Read more "Urologists warn against Sexually Transmitted Infections"
Your testicles are the glands hanging between your legs that produce your sperm. They hang ‘outside’ your body, in a sac called the scrotum, because your sperm matures better at lower temperatures. To make sure that you try to avoid damage to your ‘bits’, the testicles have a lot of nerves, so that you automatically […]Read more "Dealing With Scrotal And Testicular Problems"
When it comes to getting an erection, most men do just fine but there are some times when things just don’t fall into place no matter how hard you try. The erection is not as hard or last as long as you want. Getting an erection is a complicated procedure which involves your brain, heart […]Read more "Vital tips for erections that last longer"
Summary: We often compensate on our sexual health or rather adjust with them because we are too shy to discuss with a sexologist. However, if not looked into, they can destroy relationships besides tarnishing health. It’s ironic that a country like India which has a deep-rooted history of sex is amongst those where sex is […]Read more "When is the right time to consult a sexologist?"
What Diet should I take for Diabetes? Diabetes does not require special foods. A healthy, balanced diet can come from everyday foods. If you have diabetes, you should Choose foods that are low in fat and salt Choose foods that are high in fibre (such as beans, vegetables, and fruit) Eat foods from all food […]Read more "How to manage diabetes effectively"
World Immunization Day is celebrated on 10th November every year around the world. The day is observed to make people aware about the importance of getting vaccinations against vaccine preventable diseases. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), immunization is deemed to eradicate 2-3 million deaths each year but approximately 18.7 million infants worldwide are […]Read more "World Immunization Day: Why it’s important to get vaccinated"