Friday, December 31, 2010

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH)-causes, diagnosis and treatment


: BPH is a health condition characterized by the enlargement of the prostate gland. In the male reproductive system, prostate gland is located which is very small in size. Prostate gland is located below the bladder and in the front of rectum. The Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH)
is the enlargement of the prostate of the prostate gland and it is not cancerous. This enlargement of the prostate gland mainly occurs with old age. The enlargement of the prostate gland does not create any problem but when it becomes large enough to put pressure on urethra and this causes the thickening of the walls of the bladder. It generally happened in men who are in their late sixties or seventies.


: it include growth of cells i.e. hyperplasia. The reason behind this growth of cells may include androgens i.e. male hormones, estrogens and growth factors. The enlargement of prostate gland or benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH causes several problems. The symptoms of enlarged prostate may differ from person to person. The common symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH include increased frequency of urination, increase in urgency, leaking, increased frequency of urination in night, difficulty in urinating. Benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH or enlarged prostate may also cause urinary tract infection.

Dianosis and Treatment : It is very important to diagnose the symptoms of benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH or enlarged prostate to start the effective treatment. This diagnosis of benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH is done by the urologist- a specialized doctor on male reproductive system and urinary tract. An urologist may suggest you to do following tests.
1) International prostate symptom score (IPSS) or AUA symptom index - some questions about specific urinary symptoms associated benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH or enlarged prostate.
2) Digital Rectal Examination – This examination helps a doctor to know about the size and condition of prostate gland.
3) Prostate-specific antigen (PSA) blood test – PSA is a protein made by the prostate gland and if the level of this protein is increase in the blood, it is an indication of prostate cancer or benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH or enlarged prostate.
4) Urinalysis – a test to find the presence of an infection.
5) If the result of the above tests shows that you are having benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH or enlarged prostate than following tests are done to confirm the disease. These tests include urinary flow study, imaging tests, cystoscopy etc.

Benign prostatic hyperplasia(BPH) or enlarged prostate may not required any kind of treatment and can be monitored for any sign of other problems. If BPH cause an urinary tract infection than it can be treated with the help of antibiotics. There are various treatments available for enlarged prostate which include medications and lastely surgery. There are two types of medications available for the treatment of enlarged prostate which are "alpha-adrenergic receptor blockers" and "5-alpha reductase inhibitors". Amongst the 5-alpha reductase inhibitors, the generic avodart (Dutasteride) works wonder. The active constituent of generic avodart is the dutasteride. The generic avodart (dutasteride) can prevent the prostate gland from growing larger. Surgery is often recommended for the removal of the enlarged portion of the prostate gland. The surgical procedure include “transurethral surgery”, “laser surgery”, “photoselective vaporization of the prostate”, “interstitial laser coagulation” and open surgery.

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Does Atorvastatin Helps to Lower Cholesterol And High Blood Pressure?


It is the most important factor that affects the blood pressure. Cholesterol is made up in the liver and it is of two types called as high density lipoprotein (HDL) and low density lipoprotein (LDL).


It is known as the “bad cholesterol” and the HDL is known as the good cholesterol. This is because the LDL cholesterol gets deposited on the inner walls of the arteries and causing hardening of the arteries. This results in the narrowing of the arteries causing them to exert more pressure on the flow of blood resulting in high blood pressure. If the flow of blood to the heart gets blocked, it results in chest pain or angina. If the blood supply of a portion of a heart gets blocked it results in the heart attack and if the blood supply gets blocked for the brain, it may cause stroke.

The main culprit is the LDL or the bad cholesterol which can easily flow from one place to another along with blood. When LDL gets deposited on the inner walls of the arteries it grows in size and can be detached and travel from one place to another causing blockage. The LDL is mainly prepared in the liver and a very small portion of it is absorbed through the diet. The HDL or the good cholesterol helps to keep away the LDL or bad cholesterol from building up inside the arteries. There is cholesterol number to describe the amount of cholesterol present in the blood. So if the HDL cholesterol number is 40 then you might be at a risk of heart attack. If the HDL cholesterol number is greater than 60, then it is good for your heart.

There are several drugs available for the treatment of high blood pressure. In the treatment of high blood pressure it is very important to lower the levels of cholesterol. There is a group of medication known as “statins” which helps to lower cholesterol level in the blood. The statins group includes lovastatin, simvastain, fluvastatin and pravastatin. Amongst all these statins, Generic Lipitor (atorvastatin) is the one drug which is largely used to lower cholesterol level in the blood. Atorvastatin is the active constituent of generic Lipitor. Generic Lipitor (atorvastatin) works by blocking the production of HMG Co-A reductase enzyme that makes cholesterol. Generic Lipitor (atorvastatin) also reduces the amount of triglycerides in the blood and helps to increase the amount of good cholesterol i.e. HDL. The dosage of generic Lipitor for lowering the cholesterol is 10 to 20 mg per day. The maximum dosages of Generic Lipitor (atorvastain) can be given up to 80 mg.

Though Generic Lipitor (atorvastatin) helps to reduce the cholesterol in the blood it has some mild side effects too. The side effects of Generic Lipitor include constipation, diarrhea, heartburn, headache, skin rash and itching, fatigue, muscle pain and painful or frequent urination. These side effects of Generic Lipitor (atorvastain) last for some time and gets disappeared once your body gets adjusted with the drug. Generic Lipitor (atorvastatin) also have contraindications. The contraindications of Generic Lipitor (atorvastatin) include hypersensitivity to atorvastatin. Generic Lipitor (atorvastatin) contraindications are pregnancy and lactation.

Monday, December 27, 2010

Asthma- causes, symptoms and treatments

Asthma is known as the long term respiratory disorder mainly affecting the lungs. It is the inflammatory disorder of the air passages of the lungs. Asthma is common disorder affecting millions of people including large number children. The chronic inflammation of the air passages of the lungs causes the narrowing and the swelling of the air passages. Because of this breathing becomes difficult resulting in suffocation. The bronchial tubes becomes over sensitive to the allergens or the irritants due to chronic inflammation.

The worst condition for an asthma patient could be the time when he or she gets the asthma attack. An asthma attack occurs when the bronchial tubes becomes narrow and inflamed due to chronic inflammation. They get filled up with the mucus cells and a sticky fluid resulting in the blocking of the air passages. The muscles that surround the air passage get tighten up making the condition even worse than before. This condition is known as “bronchospasm”. In some patients the mucus glands in the air ways produces more thick mucus further blocking the air ways.  The warning signs or symptoms of asthma attack are coughing, wheezing – breathing with a heavy sound or trouble breathing, shortness of breath and fast or noisy breathing which can make you tired.

The causes of asthma depend on the life style of the person. The causes of asthma include family history of asthma or allergy, life style aspects such as changes in diet, surrounding environment, pets, air pollution. The causes of asthma can also be air pollution, irritants that found at work place or home like dust, pollen grains etc. Other than these the causes of asthma also includes viral infection.

In the treatment of asthma it is very important to make an effort to control the asthma symptoms. The treatment itself suggests that one should lessen the intensity of the symptoms of asthma to get relief. The symptoms of asthma include sneezing, headache, mood swings, blocked nose, throat sensitivity, tiredness and difficulty sleeping. The symptoms of asthma may vary from person to person but the intensity goes beyond the limit when a person gets an asthma attack. The severity of the symptoms of asthma also differs from person to person but sometimes asthma symptoms can become fatal too.

In the treatment of asthma it is very important to diagnose the problem accurately. Not only in asthma but in any kind of diseases before starting the treatment it is vital to diagnose the problem and accordingly medications can be given. As said earlier in the treatment of asthma, the intention is to decrease the intensity of the symptoms of asthma. Following are the pulmonary functioning tests which are useful in the diagnosis of asthma.
1)    Routine pulmonary function test
2)    Bronchial provocation test
3)    Exercise induced bronchoconstriction test
4)    Allergy intradermal skin test
5)    Allergy prick skin test
6)    Bone density test
7)    Bone scan
8)    CT scan of sinuses

The treatment of asthma is connected with the severity of the symptoms of asthma. The treatments of asthma include the drugs known as bronchodilators or corticosteroid. The bronchodilators relax the bronchospasm and the corticosteroid reduces the inflammation of the air passages. In the treatment of asthma the inhaled medication is preferred over the oral or liquid medications. The inhaled medication is known as asthma inhalers. When a person get attack of asthma, the situation can be controlled by the use of asthma inhalers. The preventive measures for asthma includes staying away from irritant, quitting smoking can save you from asthma and making your workplace and your home free from dust particles.

Friday, December 24, 2010

What is heartburn and how to tackle it with generic medicine

At least once in a lifetime we would have suffered from the nightmare called heartburn. It is termed as nightmare because it takes away the sleep and makes it a bitter experience for us. We enjoy our food as it is the delicious way to get energy required for the well being of a individual and also important in terms of a good health. But sometimes because of indigestion of food we face a common health issue known as heartburn.

The heartburn is also known as the gastroesophageal reflux disorder or gerd. The symptoms of heartburn or gerd may differ from person to person because of variation in causes. In gerd or heartburn the acid that is secreted by the stomach for the digestion of food reach to the esophagus or food pipe causing a burning sensation in the chest so it is also called as acid reflux. Reflux means going in the opposite direction. The main cause of heartburn or gerd is the unhealthy,  unbalanced diet. We tend to have too much of chocolates and high caffeine drinks which give rise to gerd or heartburn. The high intake of fatty and acidic food also adds in the heartburn. The high consumption of citrus food, smoking and high intake of alcohol causes heartburn. Apart from this, obesity and immediately sleeping after having food causes gerd.

The heartburn is a disease that takes away the enjoyment from having food and makes it difficult to survive. The symptoms of heartburn or gerd may vary from individual to individual. The common symptoms of heartburn or acid reflux can be burning sensation in the chest after having the food, problem in swallowing the food and pain in the chest. Heartburn symptoms also include pain in the chest while bending and also there is a rise of the acid till the throat causing a sour taste in the mouth. In some cases the symptoms of heartburn of or gerd can be worse than the mild symptoms. These worse symptoms of heartburn or gerd include sour throat for a long time, long term coughing, asthma and chronic hoarseness in voice.

The treatment for heartburn or gerd involves home remedies and also allopathic medicines antacids. The home remedies for heartburn or acid reflux are as follows:
1.    Chew half teaspoon of fennel seeds after your meal.
2.    Drink aloe vera juice before every meal.
3.    Use ginger in your food. Make a paste of ginger and use it in food.
4.    Keep sucking a single clove after every meal.
5.    Chew few leaves of fresh basil leaves.
If the symptoms of heartburn do not go away with the home remedies or if the symptoms are getting worse then you can take allopathic medications like antacids or also known as “proton pump inhibitors”. These medication works by blocking the production of stomach acid.

It is always better to prevent heartburn because if it is ignored or left untreated can lead to serious health conditions like stomach ulcer and ulcer of esophagus. Heartburn or gerd can be prevented by drinking plenty of water. You should quit smoking if you are having heartburn from a very long time. You should avoid taking alcohol while meals. You can avoid gas forming food like beans. You can also cut off raw vegetables like cabbage, cucumber, onion, reddish, peppers etc. Keep a habit of chewing your food thoroughly. After taking meals take a walk around for about 20 minutes that will help to overcome indigestion and ultimately symptoms of heartburn or gerd.

Monday, December 6, 2010

Acne not only destroys the beauty of our face also affect our confidence level

Skin Issue(acne)

Acne Skin Disease
We all fear of nightmares, aren’t we? The most dreadful nightmare is big acne on our beautiful face. Acne not only destroys the beauty of our face but also affect our confidence level. Acne is the common skin issue occurs in teenagers and also in young people having an unhealthy life style. Do you know how acne occurs? What are the cause and home remedies to cure it? Let’s have a brief look about acne!

What is Acne skin disease?

can be defined as an inflammatory skin disease which results in the formation of tiny spots on the face, chest, back and arms. The sebaceous glands produce oil known as sebum. Acne develops due to the blockage of these pores resulting in trapping oil and dead skin cell. Situation get worse when a bacteria (Propionibacterium acnes) living on the sebum interfere with this causing swelling around the pore and get developed into acne. Acne leaves scar once it has been treated and these are known as acne scars. There are two types of acne scars which are pitted scars and pigmented scars.
The exact cause behind the acne is not yet known. There are several factors which contribute in the formation of acne. These factors include heredity, oily skin and hair, hormonal changes, stress, side effects of the drugs and also nutritional deficiency. The treatment of acne includes both home remedies and chemical medicines too. The home remedies for acne includes use of grounded orange peel, paste of almonds and so on.

Treatment of Acne

The acne treatment also includes topical creams like tretinoin gel, adapalene gel, azelaic acid cream etc. There are also oral antibiotic available for the treatment of acne. These are the acne remedies which give relief from the embracement of carrying acne.

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

FIGHTING WITH HIV(human immunodeficiency virus)-AIDS (Acquired immune deficiency syndrome)


Every year on December 1 we celebrate the world AIDS day worldwide. The aim to celebrate world AIDS day is to spread the awareness among the people who are still in the dark about the facts and harmful effects of AIDS. AIDS is the Acquired immune deficiency syndrome. AIDS is caused by the HIV virus which the human immunodeficiency virus.

HIV Virus

The HIV virus, like other viruses live as a neutral spherical body or particle which has lots of spikes on its surface. HIV particles are covered by a coat of fatty matter called as viral membrane or viral envelope. Below this membrane, the next layer is called as matrix made up of protein. The viral core is bullet-shaped and inside the core, three enzymes are present along with two strands of RNA which are responsible for the replication of HIV virus.

The HIV virus can be active only inside a living cell. Once it gets the entry inside the human cell it starts to make copies of itself. This process starts when the HIV particle hits a cell which carries a special type of protein on its surface called as CD4. The spikes attached to the CD4 and viral membrane gets fused with the cell membrane. The enzyme reverse transcriptase converts the viral RNA into DNA which then transferred to the cell nucleus. The HIV virus may remain dormant for a longer time but as the cell becomes active it treats the viral DNA as a human DNA and converts it into messenger RNA and transported it outside the cell. This viral messenger RNA is used to produce more HIV enzyme and protein. These together produce more viral particle. These newly formed particle attacks the other cells and replication begins.

AIDS can be transmitted in following way:

Sexual transmission:
It is the most common way of transmission of AIDS. The HIV virus enters into the body through lining of the vagina, vulva, penis, rectum or mouth during sexual activity.

Transmission in pregnant women : 
Women can transmit the HIV virus to their babies during pregnancy or childbirth. HIV virus can also transmit to the babies through the breast milk of the infected mother. Now medicine is available for the HIV infected pregnant women so that chances of transmission of HIV from a mother to child can be reduce.

Transmission through contaminated blood : 
It used to happen before when the transfusion of blood was taking place before any screening of the blood. Now the transmission of HIV through such transfusions is very rare.

Use of same syringe for many individuals :
It happens if the same syringe or needles are use which are contaminated with the minute quantity of the blood of the HIV infected person.

As the HIV virus attacks the immune system, it results in symptoms like herpes, tuberculosis. People suffering from AIDS are at high risk of developing cancer, infection of every organ system. AIDS also causes respiratory infections, gastrointestinal infections, neurological and psychiatric problems and tumors.
It is a fact that AIDS is not curable but you can prevent it. You can prevent the spreading of AIDS by taking following precautions

Use of condom when getting into a sexual act.
Demand of new syringe each time.
Consulting with your physician before getting pregnant.

At the rate AIDS is spreading in the world it has become necessary to take the precautionary measures as still there is no medicine available which can cure it.

Monday, November 29, 2010


The male reproductive system is made up of number of organs. These include penis, testes, prostate gland, semeniferous tubules, epididymis, scrotum sacs, sertoli cells etc. Amongst these organs, penis is most important as it serves as copulatory organ. The act of love making gives pleasure to both the partners and also helps to produce new offspring. But sometimes a couple can experience if the men is suffering from a very common condition known as erectile dysfunction (ED).

When men get sexually aroused, the smooth muscles get filled with blood and it attains erection. Erectile dysfunction is a sexual disorder where a man is able to get a penile erection when sexually aroused. Some men get the erection but fail to maintain it for a longer time and leads to disappointment. There are several factors which caused erectile dysfunction in young men. These involves heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity and to some extent metabolic syndrome too. Along with this there are some factors like use of certain medicines, tobacco, alcohol or drugs. In old men the causes are diseases, age, side effects of drugs, injury etc.

The most important symptom of erectile dysfunction is the inability of getting an erection while sexually excited. Erectile dysfunction may occur suddenly or slowly. A man can experience ED frequently or rarely. Sometimes a man can maintain the erection but does not control ejaculation. The main symptoms also include reduced sexual desire and inability to maintain the erection. Apart from these symptoms there is a partial erection which is not rigid enough to perform sexual intercourse or the rigidity gone before penetration.

Nowdays there are treatments available for ED. The treatment options include external vacuum devices, oral and topical medications, hormonal therapy and intraurethral pellet therapy. These treatments does not cure ED but surely does not let it become the barrier between your love life. The oral medications involve drugs which are PDE 5 inhibitors like sildenafil citrate, vardenafil and tadalafil which works wonder for ED. There is a surgical method available which is known as penile prosthesis. Apart from medications there are other options like sex counseling which helps you to get the mental strength to deal with ED and living with it.
Erectile dysfunction surely take out the pleasure of love making and makes it a thing which many couples wants to avoid. Because of this many of the relationship goes through a bad phase of breaking up too

Friday, November 26, 2010

Bronchitis Causes-Symptoms-Treatment

The human respiratory system consists of the lungs, airways, diaphragm, windpipe, throat, mouth and nasal passages. Respiratory system is one of the important organ system as it helps us to breath in oxygen which is essential for the energy production. The lungs are made up of lobes. The right lung has three lobes and the left lung has two lobes. The left lung is smaller than the right lung to make space for the heart.

The air taken inside by the nasal passages enters into the lungs by smaller branches of the windpipe which are called as airways. This air is then carried into the “alveolar sacs” which contains thin walled air pouches known as “alveoli” which are the tiny units of lung tissues. Our lung does a very important job of breathing almost for 23000 times and it takes almost 10000 quarts of air inside. The oxygen we take inside gets mixed up into the blood stream and carried to the various tissues where it is used for energy production. The carbon dioxide gas is expelled out by lungs.

Though sometimes this process may get disturbed by the inflammation of the airways which is caused by the bacterial or viral infection or may be by smoking or breathing in a certain chemical filled environment. On the inner lining of the airways, tiny hairs (cilia) are present which trap and remove foreign particles stop working. Currently there is no treatment which can cure chronic bronchitis.

The symptoms of bronchitis are wheezing, coughing and difficulty breathing. The cough may contain sputum because of the secretion of the bronchial cells and may be in yellow or green color and sometimes it contains blood too depends on the severity of the chronic bronchitis. Some antibiotics are helpful to get relief from the inflammation. These include Ampicillin, Azithromycin, and Amoxicillin which works wonder to treat contagious chronic bronchitis and helps to get comfort from it.

Sunday, October 31, 2010

Genital Herpes Symptoms-Treatment-Medication

Herpes is a group of virus that can cause painful blisters and sores. There are two types of herpes viruses, HSV-1 and HSV-2. Amongst these HSV-2 is dangerous. Herpes has two forms such as oral herpes and genital herpes. Oral herpes is common in children. Herpes simplex virus or HSV can causes cold sores around mouth and genital area. Herpes zoster is the other type which causes chickenpox and shingles. Genital herpes is spread through the saliva of the infected person and it is also called as sexually transmitted disease (STD).

When the herpes virus enters into the body it attacks the cells in the skin tissues and reproduces the cell nuclei. The worst thing is no symptoms can be seen when the herpes virus enters the cell. Herpes virus destroys the host cell while multiplying and result in inflamed, fluid-filled blisters. Sometimes the virus multiplies without damaging the host cell and remains in latent form. This disease can be treated but the patient is not fully cured. The fluid-filled blisters may disappear without treatment in 2 to 10 days but the herpes virus can remain in the body.

Herpes virus (HSV) may infect the eye causing herpes keratitis condition. In this condition the patient feels discomfort and inflammation in the eye. If not treated properly, the patient may lose his vision too! Pregnant women who are suffering from genital herpes can transmit this to their baby. Symptoms may last for several weeks and it includes fever, fatigue, headache etc.
Herpes infection can be treated using antiviral drugs which prevents the reproduction of viruses. It is important to consult with your physician before taking anti viral drugs to treat herpes. To avoid spreading of genital herpes one must not touch the sores. You should wash your hands if you touch the sores, you should avoid any kind of sexual activity and you should drink as much water as possible. You should place a cool cloth on sores. Apart from this you should take fruits like melon, berries and green tea. Remember, always consult a doctor when you notice the symptoms.

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Acid Reflux Disease Ulcer Treatment

Gastrointestinal reflux Disease (GERD) is commonly known as acid reflux disease. It is the condition where the liquid content of the stomach get refluxed into the esophagus. The risen liquid can inflame and damage the lining of the esophagus. GERD usually happens because the lower esophageal sphincter (LES) - a muscular valve where the esophagus joins the stomach – opens at the wrong time or does not close properly. Stomach produces acid to digest the food and this acid get refluxed to the esophagus in GERD.

What causes GERD is complex but there are some factors that contribute to GERD. These factors are the lower esophageal sphincter, esophageal contractions and emptying of the stomach. The symptoms of uncomplicated GERD are heartburn, regurgitation and nausea. The complication of GERD is “ulcers”. The main factors which are responsible for the formation of ulcer are stomach acid and pepsin in the stomach, smoking, caffeine, alcohol, stress and the primary cause is the bacterium helicobacter pylori (H.pylori).
The acid produce by the stomach that refluxes into the esophagus damages the lining of the esophagus. If the damage goes deeply into the esophagus, it results into an ulcer.  There are three types of ulcers. When the ulcer is present in the lining of the stomach where hydrochloric acid (stomach acid) and pepsin are present then it is called as peptic ulcer. When the ulcer is present in the stomach it is referred as gastric ulcer and in the duodenum it is called as duodenal ulcer.
Ulcer can produce complications like bleeding inside the stomach, perforation- an ulcer forms a hole in the stomach or duodenum and bacteria and partially digested food get spill into the stomach cavity. An ulcer can also cause the narrowing or closing of intestinal opening and causes obstruction to food from leaving stomach and results in the vomiting.
The simplest treatment available for GERD is change in the eating habits. Antacids are useful as they reduce the acid in the stomach. Histamine antagonists are also used to treat GERD. An ulcer treatment includes combination of antacid with Histamine antagonists along with antibiotics. Changing your life style is the easiest way to treat and prevent ulcers. Avoiding meals that irritates your stomach and avoiding smoking and drinking is the best remedy for ulcer.

Friday, October 15, 2010

Acne is a common skin disease that causes pimples

A glowing, beautiful face is every woman’s dream. It feels superb to have a supersoomth, soft and spotless face,  isn’t it? We all are facing skin problems such as acne; blemishes on face, sun burn etc. Amongst these problems acne is the nightmare for ever women as it may leave a bad spot on your face if not treated well. Acne also reddened the facial skin surrounding it,  causing itching. Your face doesn’t look good carrying a big acne which is very much visible and also being a obstacle between you and your crush. Think girl think!

2Medicure has a wonderful solution to get rid of acne and that is Generic Retin-A (Tretinoin) gel. Generic Retin-A (Tretinoin) gel also helps to treat sun damaged skin. Generic Retin-A (Tretinoin) gel reduces fine wrinkles and smoothens rough facial skin. So get ready girl to have a glowing face within no time with Generic Retin-A (Tretinoin) gel from 2Medicure.
Generic Retin-A (Tretinoin) gel belongs to a class of drugs called retinoids which is a derivative of vitamin A. Generic Retin-A (Tretinoin) gel has a special type of mechanism of action. Generic Retin-A (Tretinoin) gel irritates the skin and causes the cells of the skin to divide and die more rapidly resulting in increase in the turnover of the cells. In girls having acne, the new cells replace the cells of existing pimples and the rapid turnover prevents formation of new pimple.
Generic Retin-A (Tretinoin) gel is useful for topical application in the treatment of acne. The affected area should be cleansed with soap and dried before applying Generic Retin-A (Tretinoin) gel. The gel should be rubbed gently into the affected area. Generic Retin-A (Tretinoin) gel is used once daily in the evening. The hands must be washed immediately after application, don’t ferget that!
Though Generic Retin-A (Tretinoin) gel is very effective in the treatment of mild to moderate acne, it has some side effects too! The side effects associated with Generic Retin-A (Tretinoin) gel include local inflammation, mild stinging, dryness, scaling, redness, blistering, severe burning, and swelling of the skin. These side effects are mild and get vanished in couple of days but Generic Retin-A (Tretinoin) gel is contraindicated in patients who are hypersensitive to tretinoin, so take care girl!
Generic Retin-A (Tretinoin) gel is a relief for girls who are stressed doe to the unwanted pimples on their beautiful face. 2Medicure has made available Generic Retin-A (Tretinoin) gel in generic form which is cheaper than its branded form. Though the generic form is cheaper than branded form, both possess the same quality of treating mild to moderate acne to give you beautiful skin. 2Medicure never compromises over quality so we made available only quality generic medicines to give the desired best results without much expenses. So get ready girl to get a glowing face!!!

Impotence, ED (erectile dysfuction) can be treated with the help of medicine

Generic Viagra(sildenafil citrate)

It has saved many relationships who were supposed to break because of Erectile Dysfunction in men. Many men refer Generic Viagra as a “Magic pill” because it has transformed their sexual life into a magical experience. Generic Viagra has helped impotent men to satisfy their lady with grace and without losing erection throughout the sexual activity. FDA has declared Generic Viagra as a most trusted and safe drug for ED.
Generic Viagra can prove its efficiency and safety on the basis of lots of clinical trials. Generic Viagra has become the whole and sole medication for treating ED causing impotency in men. Generic Viagra before coming into picture there were treatments available for ED. But as time changes, ED treatment get revolutionized with the invention of Generic Viagra. In the beginning Generic Viagra comes in the tablet form which succeeds to cure ED in men. But still Generic Viagra was not popular in elderly men as it was in young men because of difficulty in swallowing.
Later some modifications were developed in Generic Viagra successfully. After the modification, Generic Viagra comes into two fabulous forms- one in jelly form and other in soft tablet form. Both the forms of Generic Viagra are easy to swallow and much popular in elderly people and in those men having difficulty in swallowing hard tablet.
Generic Viagra in oral jelly form become favorite amongst men. Generic Viagra in jelly form got lots of success over hard tablets. Generic Viagra in jelly form has few qualities which impresses a man using it. Generic Viagra in jelly form is easy to swallow so elderly men can use it without any worries. Generic Viagra in jelly form provides quick erection and also it is available at affordable price.
Generic Viagra in oral jelly form contains the same active ingredient i.e. Sildenafil citrate which is present in hard tablet. The difference is, sildenafil citrate is present in liquid form in Generic Viagra oral jelly form. Generic Viagra in jelly forms helps to get the erection in 30 minutes while Generic Viagra in hard tablet form takes about 50 minutes to react. Generic Viagra in jelly form helps to get erection irrespective of causes of ED, age of man. To experience Generic Viagra oral jelly’s magic, keep sexual stimulation on while taking it. Generic Viagra will keep your lovemaking at a height every time and any time. Guaranteed!!!

Friday, October 1, 2010

Generic Viagra to treat - Erectile dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction, also known’s as "impotence," is the condition where one inability to get or keep an erection firm enough for sexual intercourse. The word "impotence" may also be used to describe other problems that interfere with sexual intercourse and reproduction, such as lack of sexual desire and problems with ejaculation or orgasm.
Generic Viagra for ED problems

It is very common problem in today’s life. The globalization has made this world small and solved many problems but also at the same time contribute many new problems as well. There is too much competition in the market every one want to be number one. Earn money, live good lifestyle and to get this he ignore the important part in his life and that is his won health. To get all this stuff he forgot to eat and sleep on time and Started to eat junk food.
Erectile dysfunction is gift of our modern living we need to make few changes in our daily task which will help us to live healthy in near feature. ED can be treated and the treatment name is Viagra it is available in the market and there is big competition in the Branded Viagra and the Generic Viagra. Brand has established there name in the market where as the Generic Viagra (sildenafil citrate) is famous and also getting the same publicity due to its low price. ED can be treated by consuming Generic Viagra which is available in different dosages as well as different forms. Generic Viagra (sildenafil citrate) available in 50mg and 100mg, Cialis, Levitra, Suhagra,Vigora  where are the liquid format known as Kamagra Oral Jelly etc all this ED product contain one main ingredient and that is sildenafil citrate .

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Hair Loss Problem And Cure - Alex Warren's MySpace Blog |

Hair Loss Problem And Cure
Hair Loss Problem And Cure - Alex Warren's MySpace Blog |
Every day, every one of us looses some hair. Our body then replaces it with some new strands as part of the many renewal processes that are built into our body systems. As we all age, 'the reappearance of new hair' event gradually slows down. This observable fact is more evident in men than women, whose 'male-pattern baldness is genetically determined and can begin as early as age 20. For women, hair normally thins after age 50, and considerable hair loss before that age is very rare.

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What causes erectile dysfunction?

What causes erectile dysfunction?, What is erectile dysfunction?,

Erectile Dysfunction (ED)
What is erectile dysfunction?
When a man can’t get an erection to have sex or can’t keep an erection long enough to finish having sex, it’s called erectile dysfunction. (It used to be called impotence). Erectile dysfunction can occur at any age, but it is more common in men older than 75.

Is erectile dysfunction just a part of old age?
Erectile dysfunction doesn’t have to be a part of getting older. It’s true that as you get older, you may need more stimulation (such as stroking and touching) to get an erection. You might also need more time between erections. But older men should still be able to get an erection and enjoy sex.
ED problem-treatment-Sildenafil citrate (viagra)

What causes erectile dysfunction?
Erectile dysfunction can be caused by:
•Diabetes (high blood sugar)
•Hypertension (high blood pressure)
•Atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries)
•Stress, anxiety or depression
•Alcohol and tobacco use
•Some prescription medications, such as antidepressants, pain medicine and medicine for high blood pressure
•Brain or spinal-cord injuries
•Hypogonadism (which leads to lower testosterone levels)
•Multiple sclerosis
•Parkinson’s disease
•Radiation therapy to the testicles
•Some types of prostate or bladder surgery

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If you can’t keep your blood sugar or your blood pressure under control, you can get erectile dysfunction. It’s important that you take your medicines for these problems just the way your doctor tells you.
Sometimes your hormones get out of balance and this causes erectile dysfunction. Your doctor will decide if you need blood tests to check your hormones.
Some medicines can cause erectile dysfunction. If this is true for you, your doctor may take you off that medicine or give you a different one.

Drinking too much alcohol, smoking too much and abusing drugs can also cause erectile dysfunction.

Problems in your relationship with your sexual partner can also cause erectile dysfunction. Improving your relationship may help your sex life. If you decide to seek therapy, it will probably be most effective if your sex partner is included. Couples can learn new ways to please one another and to show affection. This can reduce anxiety about having erections.

Feelings that can lead to erectile dysfunction
•Feeling nervous about sex, perhaps because of a bad experience or because of a previous episode of impotence
•Feeling stressed, including stress from work or family situations
•Being troubled by problems in your relationship with your sex partner
•Feeling depressed
•Feeling so self-conscious that you can’t enjoy sex
•Thinking that your partner is reacting negatively to you

How is erectile dysfunction diagnosed?
Your doctor will probably start by asking you some questions and doing a physical exam. Samples of your blood and urine may be tested for diseases and disorders. Other tests may also be needed. Your doctor will determine which tests are right for you.

How is erectile dysfunction treated?
How erectile dysfunction is treated depends on what is causing it. After your doctor checks you for medical problems and medicines that might cause erectile dysfunction, he or she may have you try a medicine to help with erectile dysfunction. Sildenafil, tadalfil ' vardenafil and Kamagra Oral Jelly are medicines that are taken by mouth. Not everyone can use these medicines. Your doctor may talk to you about alprostadil if oral medicines aren’t an option for you. Alprostadil is a synthetic version of prostaglandin E. It can be injected into the penis or inserted as a tiny suppository into the urethra. Your doctor will help you decide which treatment is best for you.

What other options do I have?
If the medicines aren’t right for you, you could also try using a penile implant, vacuum pump devices, or you could have surgery. Your doctor may send you to an urologist to talk about these options.

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

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Finasteride (Proscar) is used alone or in combination with another medication (doxazosin [Cardura]) to treat benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH, enlargement of the prostate gland). Finasteride improves symptoms of BPH such as frequent and difficult urination and may reduce the chance of acute urinary retention (suddenly being unable to pass urine). It also may decrease the chance of needing prostate surgery.
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Finasteride (Propecia) is also used to treat male pattern hair loss (a common condition in which men have gradual thinning of the hair on the scalp, leading to a receding hairline or balding on the top of the head.) Finasteride (Propecia) has not been shown to treat thinning hair at the temples and is not used to treat hair loss in women or children. Finasteride is in a class of medications called 5-alpha reductase inhibitors. Finasteride treats BPH by blocking the body's production of a male hormone that causes the prostate to enlarge. Finasteride treats male pattern hair loss by blocking the body's production of a male hormone in the scalp that stops hair growth.
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Monday, September 6, 2010

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