Men’s Health

Learn about men’s health topics, such as prostate cancer, male baldness, male depression and erectile dysfunction. Also about sex & relationships, fitness.

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HEREDITARY DISEASES IN CHILDREN

Clinicians today are actively using various methods for the early diagnosis of inherited diseases. These include prenatal biochemical screening and non-invasive techniques for the fetus, as well as neonatal screening for newborns. Unlike congenital diseases, hereditary diseases result from genetic disorders. Sometimes the disease manifests itself after some time and under certain factors that are triggering for its development. In other cases, […]

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3 HEALTHY LIFEHACKS FOR THIS WINTER

1. How easy it is to wake up in the morning In the cold period of time, daylight hours are noticeably shortened, and getting up in the morning becomes harder. Why is this happening? It’s all about regulating the sleep and wake cycle. The hormone melatonin controls this mechanism: when there is little light, its production in the […]

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MOST SPECIFIC ANALYSIS

Laboratory diagnostics is an indispensable tool in the arsenal of a practitioner. Without the conclusions of the clinical and laboratory examination, it is impossible to diagnose, “catch” the disease at an early stage, choose the right treatment vector and prescribe medications. Medical science does not stand still: laboratory test systems are being improved, and now specific […]

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Vulvar disease

Vulvar Cancer Clinic

Common symptoms are irritation or itching of the vulva, the presence of a tumor, non-healing ulcers, and pain in the vulva, which are long-term relapsing and persistent. About half of patients with vulvar cancer complain of constant and increasing itching in this area. Less commonly, the first manifestations of the disease are bloody or purulent discharge, an […]

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Prediction factors for vulvar cancer

The prognosis factors for lymphogenous metastasis are the clinical assessment of the lymph nodes, the age of the patient, the degree of differentiation of the tumor, the stage of the disease, the primary size and location of the tumor, the depth of stromal invasion, the presence of cancer emboli in the lumens of the lymphatic […]

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Alcoholism

General information Alcoholism is a disease that occurs as a result of the addiction to alcohol often and in excessive quantities. Alcoholics become addicted to alcohol. If you sharply deprive them of the opportunity to drink, it can cause withdrawal symptoms, which include symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, anxiety, hallucinations, trembling, etc. Alcoholism disrupts brain activity and […]

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Adnexitis

As a rule, the inflammatory process begins with the fallopian tubes. In this case, they talk about the course of acute salpingitis. Infection can enter the fallopian tubes both ascending (from the genital tract) and descending (with blood flow). The reason may be a variety of microbes – staphylococci, streptococci, esherechia. Salpingitis is a frequent complication of sexually transmitted […]

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Prostate adenoma

General information Prostate adenoma (benign prostatic hyperplasia, BPH) is a benign tumor resulting from proliferation of prostate tissue. She is one of the most common diseases of the genitourinary sphere in men. The prostate gland is a small glandular-muscular organ that is located in the pelvis under the bladder, covering the initial section of the urethra […]

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AIDS

Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) or HIV infection is a viral disease characterized by damage to the immune system and the development of acquired, secondary, immune deficiency. Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 (HIV-1) infects lymphocytes and other cells that carry CD4 receptors on their surface. Virus infection leads to lymphopenia (deficiency of T4 helper cells) and impaired cellular and humoral immunity. These […]

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Urethral cancer

Of benign tumors, papillomas, polyps, paraurethral cysts are most common. Clinical symptoms appear when the tumors reach large sizes or when inflammation is attached. The diagnosis is made on the basis of the results of urethroscopy (with mandatory cystoscopy), surgical treatment.Urethral cancer is rare, accounting for 0.2-1% of all malignant tumors of the genitourinary system, women get […]

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