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Health Benefits Of Belly Dancing
10 Dec 2017
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Do you have prostate problems? Do you have problem with urination? Prostate problems are quite common amongst men aging between 45 and 50 years. But then, if not attended to carefully, they can turn fatal. So, how can you prevent or treat prostate problems before they become serious? And what are the different kinds of prostate problems in the first place? This post has the answers. Read on! Prostrate Problems: Given below are the three most common prostate problems. These can lead to serious health issues and hence, should not be ignored if any of the symptoms are experienced. 1. Prostatitis: Prostatitis is an infection of the prostate gland. It can happen at any age. There are three types of prostatitis namely: b. Acute Bacterial Prostatitis: This is caused by the urinary tract bacteria that enter the prostate gland through blood or flow of semen, etc. Common symptoms include frequent urination mostly at night, and pain in the genital or pelvic area. b. Chronic Bacterial Prostatitis: This term is used when there is a recurring prostate infection that may cause inflammation or pain. Symptoms of this prostatitis are frequent urge of urination, painful urination, painful ejaculation, difficulty in urination, etc. c. Chronic Non-Bacterial Prostatitis/Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome: This is the most common form of prostatitis. It occurs in men who are between 35 and 50 years of age. This condition is characterized by inflammation and aches in prostate and the lower urinary tract. Symptoms of this condition are painful urination, difficulty in urination, blood in urine or semen, painful ejaculation, pain in the back, penis, or near genitals.
29 Nov 2017
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Prostatitis is a condition in which the prostate is painfully swollen or inflamed. It can be caused by infection, stress, injury or an immune or nervous system disorder. There are three major types of prostatitis: acute bacterial prostatitis, chronic prostatitis and nonbacterial prostatitis. Symptoms associated with prostatitis are varied, but typically painful. Urinary Pain If you have prostatitis, you may experience a painful or burning sensation when you urinate—a condition called dysuria. You may also find that you feel the urge to urinate frequently, but may have difficulty doing so. Some men with prostatitis also develop frequent urinary tract infections, which require treatment with antibiotics. Urinary pain may also be alleviated through the use of alpha blockers. Alpha blockers are a type of medication that relaxes the bladder and prostate muscles. Pelvic Pain If you have prostatitis, you may experience achy or sharp pain within your abdomen, groin or lower back. Pelvic pain may make it uncomfortable to sit for prolonged periods of time. Though pelvic pain should not be ignored, over-the-counter analgesic or anti-inflammatory medications may help alleviate your symptoms. Perineum Pain If you have prostatitis, you may experience achy or sharp pain around the perineum—the area between the penis and the rectum. Perineum pain may interfere with your ability to sit down comfortably. Though perineum pain should not be ignored, you may be able to control your painful symptoms through the use of over-the-counter pain medication or by taking a warm sitz bath.
16 Nov 2017
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Dr. Khayyat is a hip and knee reconstructive surgeon (joint replacement) & sport medicine. He was trained and certified in Ireland from 1993 until 2000, upon completing his training he was appointed as a consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon in Ireland from 2000-2011, specializing in arthoplasty and sport medicine. He covered trauma on call (broken bones) in one of the busiest hospitals in Ireland, he aquired extensive expertise in managing complex trauma cases. Dr. Khayyat has 20 years of extensive experience in joint replacement, sport medicine and trauma, he embraces the latest surgical techniques, he provides a personalized service and aftercare. 20 years of experience in managing complex orthopaedic cases Advisor to leading medical device companies Frequent Speaker at regional and international orthopaedic meetings
22 Oct 2017
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Dr. Khayyat is a hip and knee reconstructive surgeon (joint replacement) & sport medicine. He was trained and certified in Ireland from 1993 until 2000, upon completing his training he was appointed as a consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon in Ireland from 2000-2011, specializing in arthoplasty and sport medicine. He covered trauma on call (broken bones) in one of the busiest hospitals in Ireland, he aquired extensive expertise in managing complex trauma cases. Dr. Khayyat has 20 years of extensive experience in joint replacement, sport medicine and trauma, he embraces the latest surgical techniques, he provides a personalized service and aftercare. 20 years of experience in managing complex orthopaedic cases Advisor to leading medical device companies Frequent Speaker at regional and international orthopaedic meetings
22 Oct 2017
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Saw Palmetto Benefits For Men's Health - What Are Saw Palmetto Benefits For Men's Health? Taking saw palmetto supplements may reduce your risk of getting prostate cancer. According to the UMMC, animal studies indicate the herb inhibits tumor cell growth, but human studies are still needed. The Mayo Clinic reports that consuming saw palmetto might benefit men undergoing prostate surgery by speeding recovery and reducing the risk of bleeding. While saw palmetto seems to improve the overall health of the prostate, the Mayo Clinic notes the supplement has no significant long-term effects on chronic pelvic pain syndrome or prostatitis, which is inflammation of the prostate.
10 Oct 2017
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Homeopathy has successfully treated numerous cases with chronic back problems that have severe pain, spinal irritation, sensitive nerves, and back pains that originate from pelvic problems, uterine and rheumatic disorders.
7 Oct 2017
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How to Determine Prostate Cancer Recurrence|radiation treatment for prostate cancer after prostatectomy Patients who receive a prostate cancer diagnosis may be concerned that even if the cancer is removed once, it could come back again. Fortunately, the statistics for men who are diagnosed with this disease are mostly positive, with nearly 100 percent of patients living at least 5 years after the initial diagnosis and three-fourths living 15 years or longer. Although no one can tell for certain whether prostate cancer will return, there are many good tests and biological markers to help determine the likelihood of a recurrence of prostate cancer. 1 Know the risk factors for prostate cancer recurrence. One factor is whether there was cancer in the lymph nodes at the time of the initial diagnosis. Cancers that spread to the lymph nodes around the pelvic region increase the risk for a recurrence of prostate cancer later on 2 Ask about the size of your initial tumor. As a general rule, the larger the initial tumor, the greater the risk of a recurrence. Although tumor size isn't the only way to learn how to determine prostate cancer recurrence, larger tumors may mean the patient should have more frequent diagnostic tests to catch a recurrence of prostate cancer early on.
27 Sep 2017
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How to Deal with an Abnormal Pap Smear|what can make a pap smear abnormal Doctors regularly perform Pap smears (also called Pap tests) on female patients, typically during routine pelvic exams, in order to check for abnormal cell changes on the cervix. If untreated, these cell changes can sometimes lead to cervical cancer. “Negative” or “normal” results mean that no abnormal cervical cells are present and no follow-up is necessary until your next regularly scheduled exam. “Positive” or “abnormal” results, however, indicate a potential problem.
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The treatment you choose will be based on how bad your symptoms are and how much they bother you. Your doctor will also take into account other medical problems you may have. Treatment options include "watchful waiting," lifestyle changes, medicines, or surgery. If you are over 60, you are more likely to have symptoms. But many men with an enlarged prostate have only minor symptoms. Self-care steps are often enough to make you feel better. If you have BPH, you should have a yearly exam to monitor your symptoms and see if you need changes in treatment. SELF-CARE For mild symptoms: * Urinate when you first get the urge. Also, go to the bathroom when you have the chance, even if you don't feel a need to urinate. * Avoid alcohol and caffeine, especially after dinner. * Don't drink a lot of fluid all at once. Spread out fluids during the day. Avoid drinking fluids within 2 hours of bedtime. * Try NOT to take over-the-counter cold and sinus medicines that contain decongestants or antihistamines. These drugs can increase BPH symptoms. * Keep warm and exercise regularly. Cold weather and lack of physical activity may worsen symptoms. * Learn and perform Kegel exercises (pelvic strengthening exercises). * Reduce stress. Nervousness and tension can lead to more frequent urination.
20 Sep 2017
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how to do transcendental meditation step by step |Flower Meditation The flower meditation is a way to awaken the Kundalini energy. We can do it in sitting or lying. 1 Move the shoulders, arms, hands, legs and feet. Turn your head and make faces. Then relax. 2 Visualize in the middle of the soles each a flower. Try to see the flowers as clearly as possible. What color are the flowers? Breathe to the bottom of the feet and think 10 times the mantra "flower." 3 Similarly, visualize flowers in the pelvic floor, sacral chakra, navel, solar plexus, heart chakra (in the center of the chest), throat, forehead and crown chakra. Breathe into the individual chakras, visualize flowers there and think "flower." 4 Visualize all flowers in the chakras at once and think "All flowers." Combine all the chakras together. Think the mantra until you see all the flowers or feel them. Which flower type do you see?
17 Sep 2017
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Obstetric & gynecologic sonography is a particular type of ultra sonography that is devoted to capturing images of the fallopian tubes, sex gland, womb and other women pelvic body parts. In order to achieve success in this profession you must have a fundamental understanding of sonography.
14 Aug 2017
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The prostate is a gland that is a part of the male reproductive system that wraps around the male urethra at its exit from the bladder Common problems are BPH (benign prostatic hyperplasia), acute and chronic bacterial prostatitis and chronic prostatitis (non-bacterial) Prostate cancer is common in men over 50, especially in African-Americans and in men who eat fatty food and/or have a father or brother with prostate cancer Symptoms of prostate problems (and prostate cancer) include urinary problems (little or no urine output, difficulty starting (straining) or stopping the urine stream, frequent urination, dribbling, pain or burning during urination), erectile dysfunction, painful ejaculation, blood in urine and/or deep back, hip, pelvic or abdominal pain; other symptoms may include weight loss, bone pain and lower extremity swelling Prostate cancer is definitively diagnosed by tissue biopsy; initial studies may include a rectal exam, ultrasound and PSA (prostate-specific antigen) levels Treatments for prostate cancer may include surveillance, surgery, radiation therapy, hormone therapy, chemotherapy, vaccine therapy, and other medical therapies that can affect prostate cancer cell growth.
30 Jul 2017
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prostatehealth247 .com If the problem is Prostatitis, then you may also have pain during ejaculation or just have a general pain around your pelvic and genital area. If the problem is prostate cancer then you may have additional symptoms such as, anemia, weight loss, fatigue, and / or traces of blood in your urine and semen.
21 Jul 2017
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Switch on the baby heartbeat monitor before you place it for use. Put the device near the pelvic bone. If you are not sure where the uterus is, get it marked the next time you go in for an ultrasound. Keep the monitor on the belly fully flushed with the skin.
28 Jun 2017
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