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Last activity 7 days ago
Created topic  › Upward Infection can also lead to Seminal Vesiculitis

Seminal Vesiculitis is among the common inflammation of male genitalia. If it  is not treated soon enough, it will not only endanger the health of male friends, but also affect the quality of sperm of male friends, ultimately causing infertility. So, bed not the culprit seminal vesiculitis c

«  7 days ago
Created topic  › Can Ovarian Cysts affect Women's Pregnancy?

Clinically, the cysts in the ovarian region are called ovarian cysts. The severity of the disease can be judged by the nature and size of the ovarian cysts.


Ovarian cysts are mostly unilateral, not particularly large, mostly no more than 5 centimeters, thin walls, better so

«  7 days ago
Created topic  › Urinary and Testicular pain may be a sign of Epididymitis


Perhaps the most concerned is their "little brother" for many male friends, if there is a testicular pain, we must pay attention to it! Don't feel embarrassed!


Although there are many reasons for testicular pain, such as external force, collision will p

«  7 days ago
Created topic  › How does Adenomyosis cause Severe Dysmenorrhea?

Adenomyosis is a type of frequently-occurring disease in gynecology. It is also an arduous disease. It is a benign lesion caused by the invasion of the basal layer with the endometrium in to the myometrium from the uterus. There is no clear explanation about its pathogenesis.


Wh

«  8 days ago
Created topic  › Infertility may be related to problem of the male Vas Deferens


The World Health Organization predicts that nowadays, infertility can become the third largest disease after cancer and cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases.


According towards the latest survey of nearly 20,000 couples conducted with the family planning system

«  8 days ago
Created topic  › How to deal with Vaginitis in a Natural Way?

Urethritis refers to the inflammation occurring on the urethral mucosa, which usually occurs in women. Clinically, it is generally divided into acute and chronic, non-specific and gonococcal. So, how is urethritis caused?


Bacterial vaginosis. Bacterial vaginosis, when bacteria i

«  8 days ago
Created topic  › Can Epididymitis cause a Orchitis?

Epididymitis is not a common disease, but once a person has it, he may not forget the knowledge. More than 60,000 people visit emergency rooms each year in the United States because of this problem.


An two decades old man developed sudden groin pain, that has been not a result o

«  9 days ago
Created topic  › Does Seminal Vesicle Congestion Cause Ejaculation Pain?

Normally, ejaculation is associated with pleasant sensation and doesn't cause pain. Ejaculation pain is mainly caused by organic lesions with the genital organs.


Paroxysmal pain of penis, urethra, perineum and scrotum may exist in some men after ejaculation. This pain is kno

«  9 days ago
Created topic  › Shortened Menstrual Cycle and Increased Menstrual Volume may be Due to Endometriosis

If endometriosis reaches the bladder, frequent urination, pain and even hematuria will occur. If endometriosis reaches the intestinal tract, the patient will experience abdominal pain, diarrhea and even constipation.


And if endometriosis is compressed into the ureter, then the w

«  9 days ago
Created topic  › Under what Circumstances do Pelvic Inflammation Patients need Hospitalization?

Most women have been treated in outpatient clinics over the past decade. The number of inpatients has steadily declined. The cost of PID per patient is about $2,000, equivalent to $1.5 billion per year.


It is noteworthy that doctors must consider pelvic inflammation in wome

«  10 days ago
Created topic  › Hemospermia is usually a Benign Self-limiting Disease

The most frequent reason for hemospermia is prostate biopsy. More than 80% of males who underwent prostate biopsy developed hemospermia, which lasted with an average of 3 or 4 weeks.


The blood in seminal vesicle or ejaculatory vessel shows a high signal area on the T1-weighted s

«  10 days ago
Created topic  › Under what Circumstances should Urethritis be Treated by a Doctor?

The bladder or pelvis is a bit more oppressive than the surrounding area. When elderly women have urinary tract infections, there will probably be a sense of pressure, pain, abdominal pain and muscle soreness, must not be ignored.


In addition, when there is burning pain or pain

«  10 days ago
Created topic  › Natural Therapies for Chronic Aseptic Prostatitis

In the past few years, the study on understanding and treating chronic prostatitis has increased significantly. Common treatments often include antibiotics that extend the course of treatment, regardless of whether well-designed many studies neglect to prove their efficacy.


Chro

«  10 days ago
Created topic  › How does Hydrosalpinx lead to a Ectopic Pregnancy?

There are many reasons leading to hydrosalpinx, and the harm of untimely treatment is considerable. So, what are the dangers of hydrosalpinx?


Harm 1) Infertility. The normal function of the fallopian tube plays a very important role in pregnancy. It can capture the mature eggs f

«  12 days ago
Created topic  › What are the Strong Signals of BPH?

We all know how the greatest impact of BPH on patients is urination problem. Today i'd like to introduce some commen symptoms of BPH to you.

1. Increased frequency of urination. Frequent urination is much more than usual, far exceeding the traditional situation of 3 to 4 times throughou

«  12 days ago
Created topic  › Is Prostatitis or BPH related to Patient's Age?

There are a large number of patients consult with prostate diseases everyday, such as prostatitis or prostatic hyperplasia, so what are the difference between them?


Dr. Chen Jianfan, urological surgeon in the First Affiliated Hospital of Jinan University, told us that prostatiti

«  12 days ago
Created topic  › Principles for the Management of Mycoplasma Detection in Genitourinary Tract Mycoplasma doesn't have cell wall, Antibiotics that inhibit protein synthesis work against most mycoplasmas, but antibiotics of lactams and glycopeptides working on the cell wall are ineffective against mycoplasma.

Common control of genitourinary tract mycoplasma infection are:
«  23 days ago

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