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The reproductive age of a women starts from the age of 15 years to 45 years. The cessation of menstrual cycle is termed as Menopause or Change of life. Every 28 days the ovary releases an ovum which comes to rest in the fallopian tube waiting to be fertilized by the sperm.
Genital herpes is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) caused by the herpes simplex virus Type 1 (HSV-1) and Type 2 (HSV-2). The Type I virus is the same one that causes cold sores on the mouth, face, and lips, although it can also cause sores on the genitals. The Type II virus, however, most often causes sores on the genitals.
Genital warts (anogenital warts, venereal warts, and anal warts) is a disease that highly contagious and is transmitted sexually by some human papillomavirus (HPV). This disease is contracted through direct skin-to-skin contact during anal, genital or oral sex with a partner that is infected.
Gonorrhea is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) caused by the bacterium Neisseria gonorrhoeae. Men usually experience symptoms in two to fourteen days after exposure to the bacteria. Symptoms begin with a tingling sensation in the urethra during urination; in two to four hours urination becomes very painful and is accompanied by a pus-like discharge.
Many women also experience irregular periods in the form of a missed period, continuous periods, or periods that occur twice in one cycle.
Leucorrhoea is a medical term that used to describe the discharge of whitish substance, from female genitals. The disease might continue for weeks or months. However, one needs to treat it properly in the initial stages only, lest it becomes chronic.
The correct medical definition of heavy periods is the passage of more than 80ml of blood every period. It is seldom realistic or practical, however, to really measure the blood loss and so doctors rely on the woman’s description of her period.
If you or someone you know is affected by loss of bladder control, you are not alone. Urinary incontinence affects 30 to 50% of women; although the rates go up with age, incontinence among young women is quite ordinary. This situation affects men and women, although it is nearly twice as ordinary in women. The prevalence of urinary incontinence does increase with age, but it is not considered usual at any age. Doctors should routinely question women over age 65 about bladder evils, counting overactive bladder.
One of the most common sexual problems experienced by men is Premature Ejaculation or Uncontrolled Ejaculation. It is observed that approximately 20-30% of men face problem of premature ejaculation. Ejaculation can be defined as the process during sexual intercourse or masturbation when semen is discharged from the penis. But when ejaculation happens suddenly during day or while sleeping or with minimal sexual arousal is known as premature ejaculation.
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