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  1. The most effective way to get rid of a sebaceous cyst on the scalp is through minimally invasive outpatient surgery. It involves cutting the cyst open, draining the fluid, and removing the cyst wall entirely to prevent a recurrence. Consult with our highly trained plastic surgeons to discuss your condition and undergo USFDA-approved surgery for sebaceous cyst.

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  1. Many cultures, including our Indian culture, orthodox families often associate virginity with the rupture of the hymen. Bleeding after intercourse is considered as evidence that the hymen is intact which in other words means that women are pure, and have never indulged in sexual intercourse before. But in reality, the condition of the hymen does not always have a correlation with sexual activity. Studies to date have not proven that changes in shape, size, or rupture of the hymen tissue, are associated with sexual intercourse between females and male parRead more

  1. Vaginal itching is common and has many causes and the symptoms may range from mild to serious. In many cases, vaginal itching may occur due to irritation from clothing, menstrual pads, cups or tampons, scented intimate washes or vaginal tightening gels or creams. Avoid using these products to prevent vaginal itching.  In some cases, vaginal itching may be caused due to fungal or bacterial infections. In the case of infections, the female is more likely to have itching inside of the vagina. Some skin conditions including psoriasis, folliculitis, and seborRead more

  1. Paraphimosis is an emergency condition that requires immediate attention of a urologist or an ED(erectile dysfunction) physician. Initially, the specialist doctor tries to bring down the swelling of the penis to pull the foreskin to its original position. If nothing works, then the urologist recommends the outpatient procedure of circumcision. The advanced non-invasive and outpatient procedure of laser circumcision is a highly preferred treatment for paraphimosis by urologists. This puts the risks of paraphimosis recurring out of the window and ensures aRead more

  1. Paraphimosis is a painful condition in which the foreskin of the penis stucks behind its original position. This affects the blood circulation to the penis and may even cause an emergency situation of immediate treatment.  Tips to fix paraphimosis: Use cold compression to get relief from the pain and swelling caused by stuck paraphimosis. Stretch the foreskin while bathing with warm water to enable it  return to its original position. Bandage around the penis to subside the swelling so that the foreskin can be retracted. When nothing works, undergoing ciRead more

  1. When the foreskin is stuck at the back of the penis, it reduces the blood flow to the penis. The affected blood circulation to the penis can cause problems like erectile dysfunction, low levels of sperm production, etc. Also, you cannot leave paraphimosis untreated for a long time as the low blood circulation can cause the death of penile tissue. The death of tissues of the penis can cause permanent infertility.  Thus reaching out to a specialist as soon as the symptoms of paraphimosis start surfacing.

  1. When the foreskin gets stuck at the back of the penis, it causes a lot of pain and discomfort. There are certain things you can do to help in getting relief from paraphimosis.  Using ice packs to subside the swelling and pain of the penis. Bandage around the penis so that the chances of foreskin loosening up increase Gently trying to stretch the foreskin back to its original position while taking bath with warm water. If nothing from this work, you should immediately go to a doctor for consultation. Leaving paraphimosis unattended can cause severe compliRead more

  1. Paraphimosis is one of the common penile problems that cause pain and discomfort to many males at some point in their life. It is the emergency condition where the foreskin gets stuck behind its original position.  People with tight foreskin (phimosis) are more to paraphimosis while forcefully trying to retract the foreskin. Infection and trauma to the penis can also contribute to paraphimosis.  Paraphimosis can be extremely painful, thus the person has to rush to the doctor. The stuck foreskin majorly decreases the blood flow to the penis. It can resultRead more

  1. Endometrial hyperplasia is the condition of abnormal thickening of the endometrium (cells which line the inside of the uterus). When the endometrium thickens, it can cause unusual vaginal bleeding. While the condition of endometrial hyperplasia is not cancerous, in some cases, it can be followed by uterine cancer. So it is best to work with a gynecologist to monitor any changes.  The primary symptoms of endometrial hyperplasia is abnormal vaginal bleeding. Contact your gynecologist to the soonest if you experience: Vaginal bleeding which is heavier or loRead more

  1. It is common for a female with regular menstrual cycles to develop an ovarian cyst. Ovarian cysts are usually harmless and go away on its own. Cysts on ovaries are less common after menopause. Females who have reached menopause and have an ovarian cyst are at an increased risk for ovarian cancer.   If a female has an ovarian cyst, she is usually advised to just wait for the cyst to go away on its own in a few months. But in some cases, ovarian cysts can break open, or rupture, which can cause a lot of pain and heavy vaginal bleeding.   OvarianRead more