Category: sexual Diseases

Urinary tract infection: symptoms and treatments of urinary tract infection

Urinary tract infection

Definition of urinary tract infection A UTI is an infection that can affect one or more parts of the urinary system: the kidneys, the ureters, the bladder and the urethra. It is most often manifested by pain or a burning sensation when urinating (= the emission of urine), sometimes by abdominal pain and fever. Here are the main functions of different parts […]

Cystitis, inflammation of the bladder

Cystitis, inflammation of the bladder

Cystitis is an inflammation of the bladder that affects mainly women because of a bacterial infection. Although it is mostly benign, this inflammation requires adequate treatment to relieve symptoms and avoid the occurrence of complications. What is cystitis? Cystitis is an inflammation of the bladder , a hollow organ of the urinary tract. Common, this condition is one of the main reasons […]

Interstitial cystitis (painful bladder syndrome) Symptoms causes and treatment

Interstitial cystitis

Interstitial cystitis: what is it? The Interstitial Cystitis is a bladder disease rare but disabling that changed name. It is now called painful bladder syndrome. It is characterized by pain in the lower abdomen and frequent urges to urinate , day and night. These pains and urges to urinate are often very intense, sometimes unbearable, to the point that interstitial cystitis can be a […]

Chancroid: a sexually transmitted disease

Chancroid

Chancroid is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) of bacterial origin. Although rare in France, this sexually transmitted disease (STD) remains widespread in other parts of the world. What is chancroid? Also called chancroid or chancre of Ducrey, chancroid is a sexually transmitted disease (STD), or more accurately a sexually transmitted infection (STI). What is the cause […]

Balanite cause and Traitement?

Balanite

Commonly called balanitis an inflammation of the glans. Often the foreskin is also affected and in this case, it is called balanoposthitis. These inflammations can be of infectious origin, irritative, allergic… The fold between the glans and the prepuce is subject to maceration and the glans, semi-mucosa weakly keratinized in the absence of circumcision, is fragile and exposed to germs. Thus, rare in circumcised, […]

What is Libido?

Libido

The libido or sexual desire is the desire to engage in sexual activity. Sexual desire can occur spontaneously or in response to a partner, pictures or thoughts. The intensity of desire depends on various factors such as the quality of the relationship, physical health, psychological state or events that punctuate life (pregnancy, bereavement, work stress, etc.). Decreased sexual desire is one […]

Azoospermia definition, causes, symptoms and treatments

azoospermia

During a fertility assessment of the couple, a spermogram is systematically performed in humans. By evaluating different sperm parameters, this biological examination allows to update different spermatic anomalies, such as azoospermia, a total absence of spermatozoa. What is azoospermia? Azoospermia is a sperm abnormality characterized by the total absence of spermatozoa in the ejaculate. It obviously leads […]

Asthenospermia Definition Causes Symptoms And Treatments

Asthenospermia Definition Causes Symptoms And Treatments

Asthenospermia refers to a sperm abnormality affecting sperm motility. Less mobile, spermatozoa see their fertilizing power altered, with an impact on the fertility of man. The couple may then have difficulty conceiving. Definition of Asthenospermia ? Asthenospermia, or Ashtenzozoospermia, is a sperm abnormality characterized by insufficient motility of spermatozoa. It can alter the fertility of […]

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