Monday, 26 November 2012
Many doctors believe that certain women suffer from estrogen dominance, which is an imbalance between progesterone and estrogen. If someone believes that they have the illness, then they should visit a doctor who can help with symptoms. If managed appropriately, the symptoms can slowly decrease.
Tuesday, 20 November 2012
Peyronie's Disease is a painful condition that develops in the penile organ of the body. Also known as IPP (Induratio Penis Platica), an average of 23% of men suffer from this disease and estimates indicate these numbers continue to steadily increase. Unfortunately, many individuals do not report the condition and continue to suffer rather than seek treatment; therefore, these numbers have the capacity to be considerably higher.
Thursday, 15 November 2012
Pulmonary Fibrosis - What is it?
Thursday, 08 November 2012
What is Pulmonary Fibrosis?
Pulmonary Fibrosis is diagnosed by the observation of scarring throughout the lungs. There are several different conditions that can cause pulmonary fibrosis to occur including various types of infections, breathing in environmental hazards such as asbestos and debris, and exposure to radiation therapy. There are also some chronic health conditions that have been known to cause Pulmonary Fibrosis which include lupus and rheumatoid arthritis. One of the first signs of Pulmonary Fibrosis that an individual would notice is having shortness of breath. If you suspect that you may have this disorder, an examination by your medical doctor can help you to discover the truth. Your doctor may be able to recognize abnormal breathing by listening with a stethoscope or you may need to have a chest x-ray done in order to get more proof for the proper diagnosis.
Monday, 15 October 2012
As with any disorder, there are numerous potential circumstances that can trigger noticeable curvature in an erect penis. Typically, all men have at least some degree of penile curvature when erect and angles of up to 30 degrees are well within normal limits. Inflammatory conditions like Peyronie's Disease can alter this natural or "congenital" curvature by causing the development of plaques and scar tissue within the shaft of the penis which results in significantly higher angles of curvature and potential discomfort. No technical term for the condition nor exhaustive explanation of the fundamental nature of the disorder alleviates the primary concern of sufferers, however.
Monday, 08 October 2012
Fibrosis can be the result of lung diseases that cause the organs’ air sacs to scar. This causes the lungs to thicken and lose the suppleness that makes it easy to breathe. In turn, the blood is deprived of oxygen, which causes shortness of breath. There are several modalities used to treat fibrosis.
Tuesday, 25 September 2012
Lose Weight by Defeating Estrogen Dominance
Thursday, 20 September 2012
A common medical condition that usually results from surgery of tissues and body organs is fibrosis also called tissue scarring. One such disease is epidural fibrosis, which often occurs from scar tissues that form near the nerve root following back or spinal surgery. Understanding the causes, symptoms and effects of tissue scaring is note-worthy. However, with the chronic discomfort that many patients experience, finding an effective technique for epidural fibrosis treatment is important.
Tuesday, 18 September 2012
Pulmonary fibrosis is characterized by the continual, excessive accumulation of fibroid tissue in the lungs. The obstruction associated with this fibroid tissue contributes to a number of pulmonary ailments and general lung debilitation. The disease itself is often referred to as "lung scarring." Fibrosis of the lung has a number of known causes but is also idiopathic in many cases.
Wednesday, 12 September 2012
The delicate balance of the primary hormones of estrogen and progesterone are vital to the health and well-being of women. Natural changes in the female body, such as erratic menstruation or menopause, can decrease the amount of progesterone and result in a higher level of estrogen. Contributing factors toestrogen dominance include foods, medications, and environmental considerations. Women who experience high levels of estrogen may experience: hot flashes, premenstrual migraines, fatigue, irregular periods, anxiety, weight gain, and a host of other symptoms. Fortunately, there are strategies that may restore the balance of the primary hormones.