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Taking Bath After Cryosurgery
I had the ejaculation without even doing anything at midnight. Is there any prob? Secondly, taking bath in much hot water can cause something bad?
Nocturnal Emission: If you are not emptying your prostate gland on a regular and natural basis through ejaculation then nature takes over in an attempt to keep your semen and sperm fresh by causing an emission of semen at night. These are commonly called 'Wet Dreams'. It is natural, normal, and of no medical concern. ...Read more
Waxy layer on skin after taking bath. Water irritates skin and then a waxy layer develops on the skin. What is it pls tell is it irritant dermatitits?
External: causes such as soap and minerals in water can put deposits on the skin. Trying a different wash. Distilled water can be gotten very inexpensively here. With the addition of slight bit of lemon juice won't have the same composition. Then different soaps, just to see what is occurring. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not too uncommon: Itching is the body's response to irritants on the skin surface. The water from your bath can be a skin irritant either from lengthy contact or incomplete drying. Hot water temperature can be a factor causing surface blood vessels to dilate. Certain soaps, shampoos, etc can contribute. Rx: short bath/shower, cool/lukewarm water, rub with hand, air dry, vaseline/calamine lotion. Good wishes:) ...Read more
Was told to avoid taking a bath after myomectmy, when should I resume bathing. It's been 2weeks now?
Go back to doctor: See the person who performed the surgery and discuss. Suspect however that 2 weeks is sufficient time and that they will say it is ok to bathe. ...Read more
I have itching problem which occurs after taking bath from july to oct every year I have tried many things but the problem remains kindly guide?
Aquagenic Pruritus: Aquagenic pruritus is a skin disease characterized by the development of severe, intense, prickling-like epidermal itching that is with or without observable skin lesions and that is evoked by contact with water. Treatment is usually with an antihistamine like Claritin (loratadine) or zyrtec if not contraindicated. ...Read more
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