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Medicine For Genetic Sexual Development Disorders
From a medical standpoint, "genetic" refers to the potential heritability of various medical conditions. While some conditions are inevitable (at some point in one's life) as a consequence of simple genetic heritability (eg huntington's disease), a large number of medical conditions (including all behaviorial health disorders) are the expressed final pathway of a ...Read more
Is there a difference between sexually transmitted oral herpes and obtaining oral herpes through genetics? Can you do a test to find out?
Antibiotics: The only sexually transmitted diseases that can be cured are caused by bacteria or parasites and can be treated with antibiotics. The drug depends on the disease. Std's caused by viruses cannot be curred with medication. Your body's immune system must clear them. Existing drugs will only otherwise suppress their effects. ...Read more
UTI versus STD:
A good medical provider that you trust should be safe to discuss all of your concerns and your recent history...Including your sexual history.
But, along with the urine culture that must be happening, the provider can also test for common stds that can also cause the symptoms of a uti. ...Read more
Will recent HFM disease affect the result of hsv 2 igg test? Recently I got 2.7 in the test but I did not have high risk sexual behaviours.
No: If you have ever been exposed to HSV2 your body will mount a response. This response is what we look for in the blood test. HSV 2 does not cause symptoms in 90% of those who have it. STD's do not discriminate and are always possible, so testing before the onset of activity with a new partner is a MUST! Anyone, regardless of high risk behavior or not, can contract an STD so always use protection. ...Read more
If a woman has been diagnosed with pelvic inflammatory disease, what can happen to her sexual partner as a result of this? I am a male whose sexual partner was recently diagnosed with pelvic inflammatory disease. What is pelvic inflammatory disease? Is it
Pelvic: Pelvic inflammatory disease (pid) is a serious infection of the uterus and/or fallopian tubes most often caused by chlamydia or gonorrhea - both sexually transmitted diseases. If she was diagnosed with pid, there is a very good chance that you are infected with chlamydia, gonorrhea or both. You should see your doctor to be checked and treated as soon as possible. I have attached a website below that has really good information about pid. ...Read more
Sex and teens: Peer pressure can disrupt a teens normal sexual development if a teen is pressured and gives in to sexual activity before he or she feels comfortable and ready. Sexuality is an important aspect of development and impacts a person's identity, self-worth, self-image, and emotional stability among other areas. It is important to respect your own sexual boundaries as well as others. ...Read more
No, common-yes: Because of a variety of cultural taboos, it is hard to get reliable information on the practice. It appears to be universal, for at least part of the life of both genders. When it does not interfere with the normal development of peer interaction, there is no harm done. It does not interfere with physical growth or development. ...Read more
I'm wondering what effect will a trauma to my testicles cause to the development of my sexual organs?
At your age: There is no more development, but there are consequences to trauma. See a urologist for evaluation/limiting the on going damage and future impaired function. ...Read more
Can trauma to the testicles when young affect your sexual development? I got a bad kick in the groin when I was 12 and I've got a very small package.
Possible but: Unlikely, testicular atrophy is possible with unrecognized, untreated testicular trauma, but need evaluation see your physician, if needed will refer you to a specialist ...Read more
During puberty what are the functions of testosterone vs dihydrotestosterone? Which has greater influence on sexual development, facial hair & voice?
Hi. I'm a 19 years old male. I'm losing my hair due to male pattern baldness. Can finasteride halt my sexual development as I might be into late stages of puberty? Thanks.
Whoa: All men lose the hair on our temples when we are around age 20. If you are just 19, it's too early to tell whether you're going to have male pattern baldness, though there's a close correlation with how much chest hair you're naturally blessed with. These baldness meds don't work all that well, and the key to looking good from now on is physical fitness, which is completely under your control. ...Read more
They tell you: Most often, the people need to be tested for std's and then it is really there moral and ethical obligation to tell you they have an std if you are a sexual partner of theirs. Simple clues of course could be lesions on the genitals, a foul smelling discharge, etc. But you would only suspect it, and then should avoid sex until you know what your getting yourself into. Best wishes. ...Read more
Many...: --- poor lifestyle with overindulgence and obsession is the number one, with diabetes, iatrogenic disorders from drugs notably those for depression, diseases of nerve system, obesity, long-term use of opiate-related pain medication, etc. To follow. More on male sexual health, go to articles listed in http://www. Formefirst. Com/onSexLife-ED-CareOptions. Html. More? Contact me.... ...Read more
Sexual conduct: Disorder is simply what it says, when someone has promiscuous sexual behavior which could harm them. Frequent unprotected sex with multiple partners dispite or purposefully knowing it is dangerous is typical. Other examples would be someone with aids practicing unprotected sex and not telling partners they have aids or a sexual addiction could also be seen as a sexual conduct disorder. ...Read more
Std testing: Have her submit to tests for std. ...Read more
None...: Zinc-containing supplement, usually mixed with multiple vitamins and minerals, has been touted as having benefit to prostate health, but not well proved to be. At this time, I would not specifically support its use but living a healthy lifestyle without overindulgence and obsession as noted in http://www. Formefirst. Com/eNewsletter05.html. More? Contact me. ...Read more
ComplaintvsDisorder: Female sexual arousal disorder relate to inability to get aroused (vagina moist, nipples hard, etc) with clitoral stimulation. To be a disorder it must cause personal distress. There are several causes for an arousal disorder, but other disorders - vaginismus, anorgasmia, hyposexual desire can affect arousal. Complaints about arousal are common; however as a specific disorder it is not that common ...Read more
Lasting longer: I'll assume you're asking about premature ejaculation. A dab of a topical anesthetic on your glans, or a condom, can slow you down just enough. If you're really fast, your physician can prescribe a low dose of a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor. Your best option is the squeeze technique; work on it with your partner to reach new heights of interpersonal and physical satisfaction. Best wishes. ...Read more
Helps: Condoms are very effective at preventing stds that are transmitted by fluid like gonorrhea, chlamydia, HIV and trichomoniasis. They are still helpful but less so against disease passed by skin to skin contact like herpes, hpv and syphilis. If these infections are in areas where the condoms are not covering the transmission is possible. ...Read more
Diagnosis creep: Refers to the current practice of making many things into a condition to be diagnosed. The list gets longer and longer. If your functioning or comfort level is interfered w/by persistent sexual arousal please see your doctor and a mental health professional for support in sorting out the situation. A healthy young male normally has a strong sex drive. Peace and good health. ...Read more