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I bought Dr reckeweg TESTES SICCATI 3X But the name which u suggest & shown on Ur video is TESTIS SICCATI 3X ,are both of this same medicine??
Sir it's use full hypogonadism
Sir I hv some questions
1. Kya iske sath multivitamin use Kar sakte hai.
2,. Homeopathic medicine se immunity to weak Nahi Hoti ?
Sir yeh Pakistan main kis name se miley gi ??
Good evening sir
Mai Testis siccati 3x lene gaya to mujhe testes siccati 3x mil raha hai doctor and shop keeper bol rahe hai ki dono ek hi medicine hai kya ye dono ek hi medicine hai ya alag alag medicine hai
Spermatocele occurs on
Spermatocele occurs on account of obstruction in epidedymis itself. This is a cystic swelling. In bigger cyst patient complains of two testis in one side of scrotum.
dr please help me
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Looks like the surface area with the epididymis was pretty big, would it have been less risk when to have removed it in an earlier stage?
at least wear gown.just putting gloves. improper sterilization
Epidermoid (sebaceous) cyst: usually benign swelling in the skin arising in the sebaceous gland, typically filled with yellowish sebum. These are usually easily seen as they lead to a swelling of the skin. If they become large enough, they can be painful and unsightly.
Breast cyst: a fluid-filled sac within the breast. These should always be evaluated to assure that they are a benign cyst and not another growth.
Ganglion or synovial cyst: a non-neoplastic soft-tissue collection that may occur in any joint
Dermoid cyst: an abnormal growth containing epidermis, hair follicles, and sebaceous glands, derived from residual embryonic cells
Ovarian cyst: an accumulation of fluid within or on the surface of an ovary; also termed adnexal cysts
PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome): enlarged ovaries due to an endocrine problem that contain a number of fluid-filled cysts (follicles)
Baker cyst: a benign swelling of the membranous synovial bursa behind in the knee; also known as a popliteal cyst
Bartholin cyst: formed when a Bartholin gland (at the opening of the vagina) is blocked. A Bartholin cyst can be very painful.
Arachnoid cyst: a collection of cerebrospinal fluid covered by arachnoid cells and collagen that develops between the surface of the brain in the cranial base or on the arachnoid membrane
Epididymal cyst: extratesticular spherical cysts in the head of the epididymis
Labial cyst: any fluid-filled cyst in the labia
Pilonidal cyst: a cyst that contains hair and skin debris near or on the cleft of the buttocks; also known as jeep driver's disease
Nabothian cyst: a mucous-filled cyst on the surface of the cervix
Pineal cyst: a fluid-filled body in the pineal gland (of the brain)
Thyroglossal cyst: a fibrous cyst that forms from a persistent thyroglossal duct
Synovial cyst: also known as a ganglion cyst, is a soft-tissue lump that may occur in any joint
Branchial cleft cyst: a cyst composed of epithelial cells that arise on the lateral part of the neck due to congenital failure of obliteration of the second branchial cleft
Choroid plexus cyst: small cysts composed of cerebrospinal fluid trapped by spongy brain cells
Hydatid cyst: Echinococcus spp. tapeworm (larval stage) surrounded by epithelial cells in an organ
Corpus luteum cyst: a type of ovarian cyst that may persist after an egg has been released from a follicle
Colloid cyst: in the brain, a cyst containing gelatinous material
Mucous cyst: a thin sac containing clear fluid that may be found on the lips, mouth, and occasionally in other areas of the body
Pancreatic cyst: sac-like pockets of fluid within the pancreas. Technically, they aren't cysts because they are lined with scar or inflammatory tissue and therefore they are usually referred to as pseudocysts.
Testicular cysts: fluid-filled cysts in the testicles
Thyroid cysts: Also called a thyroid nodules, they may be fluid filled or contain some solid components; most are benign but a few may contain malignant components.
Liver or hepatic cysts: thin-walled cysts that contain fluid. The majority are benign.
Kidney or renal cysts: walled-off fluid-filled areas within the kidney. Some are congenital (polycystic disease).
Sinus cysts: abnormal tissue growth, usually in the maxillary sinuses, filled with liquid, air, or semisolid material
Choroid plexus cysts; small pinched-off blebs that are formed when the brain is developing the choroid plexus. They contain cerebrospinal fluid.
Lumbar synovial cyst: a cyst in the lumbar spine that may cause symptoms of spinal stenosis
Pilar cyst: the common cyst that forms from a hair follicle
Tarlov cyst: fluid-filled sacs that form on the base of the spine
Anechoic cyst: any cyst that absorbs sound waves produced by an ultrasound
Perianal or pilonidal cyst: a cyst usually containing skin debris usually located near the tailbone
Hemorrhagic cyst: a cyst that contains blood or has internal bleeding
Arachnoid cyst: cyst containing cerebrospinal fluid that may develop between brain the arachnoid membrane
Maxillary cyst: cysts located in the maxillary sinus area
Conjunctival cysts: fluid-filled on or under the conjunctiva of the eyes
Pericardial cysts: uncommon benign congenital abnormality in the medial mediastinum containing clear fluid
Some lesions are termed cysts but often are more accurately named in the medical literature with a different term. For example:
Aneurysmal cyst: These lesions are found in bones and other structures and consist of neoplastic cells and blood vessels that resemble a sponge-like structure; they are neither cysts nor aneurysms, but the term is still used.
Acne cyst: aggregations of inflamed and clogged skin oil ducts. Many are not really cysts but are abscesses.
Boils: deep skin abscesses that are sometimes mistakenly termed cyst
There is a cyst in the chest so it hurts a lot. Can it be cured?
Lot of pain, can it be cured please reply me ????
How many days will make a difference.
Please help me ?
I don't know which type cyst in the chest, but it's pain a lot.
Please give me answer please please please
And how many days chant this mantra and how many days learn this mudra.
Please give me answe
Practicing PANKAJ&APAAN mudra...
which mudra should we do for gastric problems .. ? in which time ? ?pls
Guruji hydrocele mudra
Sir can epididymis cyst 4cm can reduce
Guru pls advice about breast cyst pain relief acupressure