Posted by: admin in Health on September 19th, 2014

Can STIs Be Prevented? Generic viagra

A useful acronym for prevention is ‘ABC’:

  • Abstinence
  • Be faithful
  • Use a Condom


Because the pill is taken by many women to prevent pregnancy, men may feel they are off the hook when it comes to taking responsibility for sexual health issues. If avoiding pregnancy is your aim then the birth control pill can be quite effective, though not 100 per cent so. However, the pill is of no use whatsoever in blocking the transmission of an STI. Only condoms have been demonstrated to prevent the spread of STIs during sexual contact. However, it seems that even the fear of catching AIDS has not stopped people from having unsafe sex. Like most things in life, using a condom is simple once you know how. Condoms help prevent the spread of sexually transmitted infections and can also be an effective form of family planning.

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Some men are allergic to latex products, including condoms. Most condoms are made of latex so men with a latex allergy should consider using a natural membrane, but these are less effective in terms of preventing pregnancy, so additional precautions should be taken.

Some of the Reasons for Condom Failure

  • Condoms breaking during sex – condoms can sometimes break, especially with vigorous sexual activity.
  • Defective condoms – the kitemark standard shows that the manufacturer tests their products to a high standard. Tests on condoms include water volume and air burst tests, but not a friction test.
  • Not using appropriate lubricant – if you are using a lubricant make sure it is water- or silicone-based, such as glycerin or lubricating jellies (which can be purchased at any pharmacy). NEVER use oil-based lubricants such as petroleum jelly, cold cream, hand lotion or baby oil with a condom as they will weaken the condom and can cause it to disintegrate.
  • Using an expired condom – take the expiry date seriously, because condoms can lose their elasticity and become defective. After that date, the condom may not provide the protection you need to avoid pregnancy or infection.
  • Re-using condoms – remember always use a new condom each time you have sex. Never re-use a condom and always dispose of it after use.

If you do not protect yourself each time you have sex then you risk getting and passing on a sexually transmitted infection.

Key Points

  • Sexually transmitted infections are on the increase. These infections may have no symptoms.
  • There can be serious long-term effects.
  • Be responsible and practise Buy Viagra Canada safe sex.
  • Wear a condom.
  • Remember ABC – Abstinence; Be faithful; use Condom.
Posted by: admin in Health on September 16th, 2014

Can Exercise Be Harmful?

Six Sensible Steps for Safer Exercise:

  1. Safety first. Have a medical store in Canada online check-up before you begin a moderately vigorous exercise programme. Your doctor can help you tailor your exercise programme to your specific requirements.
  2. Listen to your body. Don’t exercise if you have a high temperature or feel unwell. If you get short of breath or develop chest pain, dizziness or palpitations during exercise, stop and seek medical attention.
  3. Start low and go slow. This is particularly important if you haven’t been used to taking exercise. Build up gradually over a few weeks both the intensity and duration of exercise, which gives your body a chance to get used to the new regime and minimises the risk of injury. Wear proper footwear.
  4. Warm up and stretch before and particularly after exercise – this is very good for flexibility and helps to prevent stiffness and injury.
  5. Don’t eat for 2 hours before intense exercise.
  6. Stay hydrated – remember to drink plenty of fluids. Keeping well hydrated before, during and after exercise is very important to prevent cramp and injury as well as helping to optimise performance and improve recovery afterwards. Remember, thirst is a very poor indicator of hydration and by the time you feel thirsty you may already be quite dehydrated.
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Steps To Staying Hydrated

Ensure your urine is clear in colour – urine that is yellowish or dark in colour suggests dehydration.

Drink about a pint of water in the hour or so before exercise, especially if the exercise activity will last an hour or more.

Drink about 150-200 mis every 15 minutes during demanding exercise, especially in hot weather.

Afterwards, drink plenty of fluids, including those containing some salt and carbohydrate (isotonic sports drinks). Avoid alcohol prior to exercise and remember to rehydrate with water or sports drinks afterwards and before taking alcohol.

How Fit Are You?

The following questionnaire can give you a good idea of how active you already are and how much further you need to go to get into the ‘zone’ of better health.


The health benefits of exercise are now widely recognised and some doctors prescribe exercise to their patients instead of pills. It could be said that exercise is probably the closest thing there is to an antiaging pill. This is the one pill you can prescribe for yourself every day with long-lasting health benefits. Try it for yourself. Every journey begins with that first step.

Key Points

  • Regular exercise is essential for good long-term physical and mental well-being.
  • No matter how unfit you are, it’s never too late to start taking exercise and to start enjoying the health benefits.
  • Make an exercise programme a priority for your better well-being.
  • Set realistic, achievable goals.
  • Stay positive.
Posted by: admin in Health on September 10th, 2014

Intracytoplasmic sperm injection involves obtaining a sample of sperm either by ejaculation or by sucking it out using a needle directed into the testis or epididymis (ouch! yes some local anaesthetic is administered first). The latter procedure is done when there are obstructive problems in the tubes bringing the sperm from the testes to the penis, although the sperm themselves are normal enough to fertilise an egg successfully. It is also done in cases of retrograde ejaculation, where sperm ‘backfire’, entering the bladder instead of passing into the urethra.

Once the sperm are obtained, they are injected directly into the egg (which obviously also needs to be harvested from the woman) in the lab. This is the ICSI part of the procedure. Then the fertilised egg will be implanted in the woman’s uterus. This is also a critically timed event, coordinated with the woman’s cycle to ensure fertilisation and subsequent implantation in the uterus. Most centres performing these sophisticated procedures report pregnancy rates of about 30 per cent. In the case of those couples for whom they don’t work, artificial insemination using donated sperm from a sperm bank is a possibility. You will need careful counselling and lots of discussion with your partner before deciding on this, since the child con ceived will biologically have another father. Adoption and fostering are alternatives that may also be considered.

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Jack and Rena had a combination problem — very low sperm counts on Jack’s part and an irregular cycle on Rena’s. After much thought, they decided to try ICSI and IVF. It worked and they conceived immediately. However, at eight weeks Rena had a miscarriage and the young couple were truly devastated. They didn’t think they could ever go through this again, but after six months they decided to give it one more go…they now have a daughter who they named Prosperity, joking that she was such an investment.

On the other hand, April and Fergus, who had similar problems, looked at the cost of it all and decided to go with adoption, thinking that it would be more of a sure thing.

As you’ve undoubtedly realised by now, the investigation of infertility involves a medical history and physical exam, an analysis of the semen, and then any specialised blood tests, X-rays or ultrasounds that the doctor thinks may help elucidate the cause of your problem, before any remedies are embarked upon. Any illnesses that are present (e.g. thyroid problems, diabetes) need to be treated and hormonal problems appropriately addressed. Although all of this is good for your health, it does not come with any castiron guarantee Viagra online of a baby at the end of it. In around 30 per cent of infertility cases, no obvious cause can be found in either partner and it is this ‘unexplained’ group which has the lowest success rates from IVF and other technologies.

Posted by: admin in Health on September 4th, 2014

Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH)

This condition can cause virilization of XX female viagra Australia here or undervirilization of XY males. Females are likely to show signs of female pseudohermaphroditism with signs of masculinization at birth, clitoromegally (enlarged clitoris, simulating a penis), varying degrees of fusion of the labial-scrotal folds and, sometimes, a urethral fistula. Surgery may be undertaken with great care during the neonatal period and may be required again during adolescence. As with all surgery for intersex disorders, the precise timing is open to debate as is the degree to which the patient – rather than her parents and physicians – is involved in the decision-making process.

Females with CAH invariably have polycystic ovaries and a tendency to express a PCOS-like condition. One of the best indicators of good therapeutic control of CAH, and hence avoidance of infertility, is a regular menstrual cycle. Males appear normal at birth and develop premature physical sexual development over the first five years of life.


Fertility may be affected by a wide range of either congenital or acquired conditions in childhood and adolescence. While the consequences of these conditions may not become functionally viagra sildenafil cirtate Canada pharmacy until adulthood, the fertility consequences must not be ignored as early intervention may minimize the extent of reduction in fertility capacity and may help individuals come to terms with opportunities available to them in later years.


  1. Gonadotrophin is a hormone capable of producing gonadal (sex organ, i.e. ovary or testicle) growth and function.
  2. Not properly developing and releasing a mature egg every month. 3 Having a large number of blood vessels.
  3. Hormone that controls the development and maintenance of masculine characteristics.
  4. The connective supportive framework of a cell, tissue or organ.
  5. Benign condition where the lining of the uterus (endometrium) grows too much.
  6. Accumulation of menstrual blood in the vagina.
  7. Accumulation of blood in the uterus.
  8. Surgical procedure used to reshape the uterus and uterine cavity.
  9. Absence of both testes at birth.
  10. No sperm present in the ejaculate.
  11. Pertaining to any chromosome that is not a sex chromosome.
  12. Having too few sperm.
  13. Mass of enlarged veins that develops in the spermatic cord.
  14. Hernia in the groin.
  15. Congenital abnormality where external genitalia of a male or female resemble those of the opposite sex.
Posted by: Alyssa Morris in Diabetes on September 4th, 2014

Vegan diets are known to be the best kind of diet for controlling your weight and Type 2 diabetes; and a recent study strongly supports the idea vegan diets can be used to prevent the condition altogether. Researchers at the Loma Linda University School of Public Health in California, USA, reported the results of a study on the number of new cases of diagnoses in people with different types of diet. The results were published in the journal Nutrition, Metabolism and Cardiovascular Disease in October, 2011.

The study revealed: Fifteen thousand and two hundred men, and 26,187 women, without diabetes at the beginning of the study, were included in the study. Participants included:

  • vegans,
  • vegetarians,
  • fish eaters,
  • partly vegetarians, and
  • non-vegetarians.

After two years, Type 2 diabetes had been diagnosed in:

  • fewer than one per cent of vegans,
  • about one per cent of vegetarians,
  • 29 percent of fish eaters,
  • almost one per cent of partly vegetarians, and
  • over 2 per cent of non-vegetarians.

Preventing Type 2 diabetes is one way to stay healthy and live a long life. Although diabetes is not always symptomatic, the complications can be severe. Heart and blood vessel disease, strokes, high blood pressure, liver disease and gangrene are some of the complications that can be avoided if diabetes is prevented.

A vegan diet: Taking up a vegan diet does not mean having a protein deficiency, since plants do make protein. Getting enough calories or kilojoules with a variety of plant-based foods should supply enough protein…

for those who are concerned about eating sufficient amounts of protein… beans and nuts can be included in a vegan diet.
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Henry David Thoreau found it odd when his neighbor claimed meat was necessary for building bones, while his ox, living on a plant-based diet, had bigger bones than he had.

Vitamin B12 is the only thing that should be supplemented in a purely vegan diet. Vitamin B12 is needed for making red blood cells, and for normal nerve function, and is not found in plants. The recommended daily allowance (RDA) of B12 is 2.4 micrograms for adults. Many supplements contain much more B12 than the RDA. Another way of taking in enough B12 is to eat fortified cereal, tofu, or soy milk… so check their labels for vitamin content.

There are probably as many recipes for tasty vegan foods as there are for meat dishes, so vegans need not feel deprived. If you’ve never had grilled Portobello mushrooms with olive oil, balsamic vinegar, parlsley, garlic, pepper, onions, red peppers, and green peppers, you don’t know what you’re missing!