Thursday, 20 November 2014

UNBELIEVABLE! MEET A MAN WHO WAS BORN WITH TWO PENISES 18+ (VIEWERS DISCRETION)


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He explained that he was born with a condition known as “diphallia” , it is not a genetic condition and also the two penises are very functional,  each capable of operating independently from the other . When he was asked about how people react to his condition; he answered by saying it all varies from who it is, he claims to get different reactions some would be like: ‘wow’,’that’s fake’ and some people would be totally freaked out and would call me insulting names. Most people are pretty curious but I don’t have casual sex anymore, I stopped a few years back.

You can read some of the questions he was asked and their answers below:

Q:Have you ever had any special reaction from a doctor with this?

A:Yeah, one grabbed like five others in the building. That was the last time my mom let anyone examine me for any reason besides personal check-ups. She said “my son is not a freak show” and slapped one of them. lol

Q:Are there any possible complications you have to watch for?

A:My prostate gets inflamed if I dont ejaculate enough. I’m probably the only guy with a legit reason to orgasm at least once every day or two days. My prostate gets stimulation from both cocks and creates a lot of seminal fluid. So when i cum it has to be squeezed every few days to get all the excess out. otherwise it feels bloated and painful.
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Sunday, 9 November 2014

PROCTALGIA FUGAS SERIOUS? A PAIN IN YOUR BUTT. IT MIGHT HAVE HAPPENED TO YOU.


Is Proctalgia Fugax serious?

No. Sufferers should be confident that the pain is not an indication of something serious. Also, this condition does not increase the risk of colon cancer, colitis, hemorrhoids, anal fissures or other bowel disorders. It is simply a muscle cramp in the wrong place at the wrong time.

What treatment is available?

There is no cure. The attacks are too short for any medical therapy to be effective. Although, there have been some reported successes using an asthma inhaler called salbutamol to abort prolonged episodes. There is no surgical procedure that has been shown to be effective. The most common therapy is simply pushing on the anal area. This may be done manually or by straddling the edge of a bathtub. Soaking in a warm bath may help, but usually the pain begins to subside before the bathtub is filled.

How can one prevent future attacks?

Sadly there is no way to reliably prevent further attacks. Some doctors feel that a high fiber diet and plenty of fluids helps keep the stools soft and prevents spasm. Often, a fiber supplement such as Metamucil or Citrucel is recommended. The best plan is to let your doctor rule out any other serious disorders and be happy that nothing more important was found.
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Wednesday, 5 November 2014

BOTH TYPES OF PANCREATITIS CAN BE CAUSED BY HEAVY DRINKING AND CAN BE IRREVERSABLE

PANCREAS
Both types of pancreatitis can be caused by heavy drinking
Drinkaware.co.uk
If you drink regularly, you increase you risk of developing pancreatitis.

Acute: Scientists aren’t sure exactly how alcohol causes the condition. One theory is that the molecules in alcohol interfere with the cells of the pancreas, stopping them working properly. Whatever the cause, there is a clear link between drinking alcohol and acute pancreatitis – and the more alcohol you drink, the higher your risk of developing the condition (3).

Chronic: You’re more likely to have repeated episodes of acute pancreatitis when you drink heavily. Over time, this will cause permanent damage to your pancreas, causing chronic pancreatitis. Around seven out of 10 cases of chronic pancreatitis are due to long-term heavy drinking (4).

And it’s worse if you smoke. Cigarettes are thought to increase the harmful effects of alcohol on the pancreas.

Gallstones (small stones, usually made of cholesterol that form in the gallbladder) are another major cause of both types of pancreatitis

Tuesday, 28 October 2014

7 SURPRISING THINGS THAT AGE YOU WITHOUT YOU REALISING IT.

Sunday, 26 October 2014

WHAT IS KNEE REPLACEMENT SURGERY? YOU MIGHT NEED ONE

What is Knee Replacement Surgery?
The healthroute
Knee Replacement Surgery or Arthroplasty, is the procedure during which the weight bearing or damaged part of the knee joint are replaced by an Implant. This surgery helps the patient for pain relief and overcoming disability. There are two types of Knee Replacement Surgeries – one knee joint replacement (Unilateral), replacement of both knee joints (Bilateral or total knee replacement)

Reasons for Knee Joint Damage?

The knee joint gets worn down with age. The other reasons for Knee deterioration are:

 1.   Osteoarthritis 2.   Rheumatoid Arthritis 3.   Gout or infection 4.   Obesity is also a major cause of Knee Joint wear & tear

What does the new Knee joint do?
Alleviate Pain |Improve Movement | Enable Normal Functioning

How is Knee damage diagnosed?

1. Knee damage causes pain or swelling in the joint you have severe pain, swelling and stiffness in your knee joint and your mobility is reduced

​2. Your knee pain is so severe that it interferes with your quality of life and sleep. Everyday tasks, such as shopping or getting out of the bath, are difficult or impossible you cannot work or have a normal social life 3. An X ray is generally sufficient to indicate the wear and tear of the Knee Joint. However in some cases an MRI might be done to exclude soft tissue pathology.

Step 1:
The anesthetist puts the patient under general anesthesia (the procedure is conducted while the patient is sleeping) or an epidural (only the lower body is under anesthesia) 
Step 2:
The surgery team takes over and starts and makes in an incision into the knee which requires a joint replacement.
The new joint is now implanted and the bone is prepared to house the new implant. There are many types of implants available to surgeons, in India we use US FDA approved joints which are world class. NAV3 machines are used to precisely guide the surgeons for a perfect placement of the joint.
The hospital stay is usually 3-4 days
Step 3:
The patients are guided by specialists in the hospital into an exercise regimen, this require about 4-6 weeks.
During this period the patient is given special exercises, which promote quick healing and settling of the new joint in the body.
These exercises also help the patient to get used to the knee joint. Usually a patient needs a walking aid for about 4-6 weeks and post this period patients are able to resume normal activity.



Friday, 24 October 2014

THE SURPRISING BENEFITS OF BEANS.

After-40 Nutrition: The Surprising Health Benefits of Beans
Beans are a super healthy, super versatile and super affordable food. Beans are high in antioxidants, fiber, protein, B vitamins, iron, magnesium, potassium, copper and zinc. Eating beans regularly may decrease the risk of diabetes, heart disease, colorectal cancer, and helps with weight management. Beans are hearty, helping you feel full so you will tend to eat less.
As we get older, we need fewer calories and beans are a great way to boost the nutrition power of your meal without boosting the calories. A half-cup of beans has only about 100 calories.

What Beans Can Do for You.

All legumes such as kidney, black, white and red beans, chick peas and lentils confer health benefits.
    Including beans in your diet several times a week may decrease the risk of colorectal adenomas (polyps), which may in turn lower the risk of colorectal cancer.
    Eating beans regularly may lower the risk of coronary heart disease.
    The Shanghai Women’s Health Study looked at the legume consumption of over 64,000 women and their risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Researchers found that consumption of legumes, particularly soybeans, was inversely associated with the risk of type 2 diabetes. The more legumes these women ate, the lower their risk of getting type 2 diabetes.

Article written by Samantha Heller, MS, RD
Author of Get Smart: Samantha Heller’s Nutrition Prescription for Boosting Brain Power & Optimizing Total Body HealthClinical...

Wednesday, 22 October 2014

ORAL SEX WITH 6 OR MORE PARTNERS RAISES RISK OF THROAT CANCER, SAID ONE STUDY

MNT

In a study published in NEJM (New England Journal of Medicine), Dr Maura Gillison of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore, Maryland, USA, and team suggested that people who have oral sex with at least 6 different partners have a significantly higher risk of developing throat cancer.

The team recruited 100 patients who had recently been diagnosed with oropharyngeal cancer, as well as 200 "healthy" individuals (the control group).

They found that people who had at least 6 oral-sex partners during their lifetime were 3.4 times more likely to have throat cancer. Those with 26 or more vaginal-sex partners had a 3.1 times higher risk of developing throat cancer.

What are the risk factors for throat cancer?
Smoking - this is by far the most important risk factor for throat cancer. Regular, long-term, heavy smokers are 20 times more likely to develop some type of throat cancer compared to non-smokers.

Alcohol - heavy, chronic alcohol consumption, particularly spirits, also raises the risk of developing throat cancer.

People who do both - drink and smoke a lot - have the highest risk.

Frequent heartburn - non-drinkers and non-smokers who have frequent heartburn have a higher risk of developing cancers of the throat and vocal cord.

Written by Christian Nordqvist
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