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Genital Herpes Articles

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Chicken Pox – A Form of Herpes?

19 December, 2014
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Almost all of us have suffered from it at least once, mostly while in our childhood years – a mild fever with a sudden breakout of an intensely infectious and itchy rash.  The dreaded chicken pox has sent generations of young kids packing home from school – the next couple of weeks seeming like years …

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#NotSoShy: How to Use Condoms For Male and Female?

7 February, 2020
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It is essential to know the importance of how to use condoms for male and female for safe sexual activities. Before understanding how to use a condom for man as well as a woman, It is necessary to know uses of a condom. Uses of a Condom Condoms are used together with spermicides to prevent …

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#NotSoShy: STD Prevention – Practicing Safer Sex

15 January, 2020
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Discussions about sexual health are most often sidelined or hushed. In spite of the need for awareness, chit-chats about sex are considered a big No-No. In our new blog article series, #NotSoShy, we aim to shatter the taboo around the healthy discourse on sexual well-being. However, there is only one thing more preferential when we …

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#NotSoShy: STD Facts For Teens

1 January, 2020
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Sexually transmitted diseases or STDs is that awkward topic that people avoid talking about. It is even considered embarrassing enough to visit and discuss with a doctor or talk to one’s partner about getting tested. Imagine what it must be like for teenagers and young adults to find answers they need regarding STDs and sex! …

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#NotSoShy: STDs – More Common Than You Think

20 September, 2019
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STD or sexually transmitted disease does not only refer to the wider known Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), but includes a host of other infections as well that range from being mild to severe. Another problem with an STD is that most often it remains asymptomatic, i.e. without any signs and symptoms, making it difficult for …

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Burning After Urination – Why & What to do?

28 March, 2017
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Burning urination or painful urination is medically referred to as dysuria. And it may be a caused by multiple factors. It may occur during urination or shortly afterwards. Women are more prone to this condition, since they have shorter urethras and there is close proximity of the urinary tract to the anus and vagina, both …

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12 Times It’s Safe to Opt for C-section

19 June, 2016
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C-section requires surgery in the abdominal portion to take out the baby. Some C-sections can be planned or scheduled because of already known complications. However, in many deliveries the need for C-section becomes evident only when the labor has already started. A top gynecologist in Gurgaon, says Unhealthy eating habits, excessive weight gain, inactive mothers …

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Teens Health: Frequently Asked Questions

20 February, 2015
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Teens health: What is the right weight for my height? The right weight depends on various factors like age, height, built and body fat percentage. Body Mass Indicator (BMI) tool is a great way to find the exact weight for any particular height. Teens should do a lot of physical activities and regular exercise. Exercising …

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Do Condoms Really Work?

23 January, 2015
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Condoms or barrier contraceptives that prevent conception and STDs come in two forms: Male condoms, commonly made of latex, are composed of a thin sheath that is worn around a penis during sex. Female condoms, which are essentially a polyurethane sheath with a flexible ring on each side. A closed end is inserted into the …

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Vaginal Discharge: What’s not normal?

21 January, 2015
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Paying attention to the intimate organs of the body must be part of every woman’s self care regimen, and this includes the vagina. Would you know whether the vagina is healthy or in need of a doctor’s visit? Well, a big indicator of health down there is the vaginal discharge. It is normal for every …

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#NotSoShy: 6 Common STDs in Men

28 January, 2020
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When you think of sex, what comes to your mind? Well, depending upon your sexuality and/or experience, most definitely, you would think of the pleasure associated with sex. But sometimes, sexual activity brings along discontent in the form of Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs). And all genders are at risk of getting STDs or STIs. Let’s …

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Most Common Sexually Transmitted Diseases in India

28 November, 2019
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After malaria and tuberculosis, in India, sexually transmitted diseases are considered as the third most dangerous affliction in the country. Sexually transmitted diseases refer to a medical condition passed through one individual to others, by unprotected sexual contact. A study conducted during 2002-03 by the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) has shown that 6% of …

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RECURRENT PREGNANCY LOSS – AN OBSTETRICIAN’S PERSPECTIVE

2 January, 2019
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Recurrent pregnancy loss/abortions is defined as two or more consecutive spontaneous pregnancy losses. About 1 % of couples trying to have children are affected by recurrent miscarriage MOST COMMON CAUSES OF RECURRENT PREGNANCY LOSS Chromosomal disorders-chromosomal problem (aneuploidy and translocation )of one or both partners can lead to recurrent miscarriages Endocrine disorders-Hypothyroidism and diabetes mellitus …

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Kidney Transplant: Complications

29 March, 2017
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Kidney transplant is like any other surgery and involves major risk factors like blood clotting, bleeding, infection, failure of the donated kidney, and rejection of the donated kidney. However, there are other complications to look out for post kidney transplant, which should be reported to the transplant team. These are critical complications that need immediate …

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