Andrology

Erectile Dysfunction: What is Viagra?

Erectile Dysfunction: What is Viagra?...

Viagra is a medicine for treatment of erectile dysfunction. It affects natural erection mechanism helping a male to get erection. It can be used my men suffering from erectile dysfunction of different kinds (vascular, nervous erection disorder). Formula and product form: Viagra pills 1 or 4 pieces in blister. 1 Viagra pill consists of 25, 50 or 100 mg of sildenafil (sildenafil citrate). Viagra – note to patients: What is Viagra? Viagra is a first drug that is proved to be effective for majority of patients suffering from erectile dysfunction. Viagra helps to receive natural body response to sexual stimulation. Mechanism of Viagra The function of Viagra is to increase blood flow into penis, which helps to achieve natural erection. Viagra affects solely to natural erectile ...
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Problems with erection. What a man needs to know?

Problems with erection. What a man needs to know?...

Unfortunately today a great majority of men suffers from problems with erection – starting from incomplete erection up to impotence. Many say it’s a tribute to our present day life full of stresses, lack of sleep, lack of physical activity, lack of normal food… Oh, lack of plenty more useful for us, men, and full of things that harm our life, our capability, our health, our nerves and our body. Still, it’s the world we live in… I’m not an exception to the rules. And I’m the one (and I never conceal it) that have suffered in the worst way possible for ANY man on the planet. Not so long ago, being middle-aged, I faced erectile dysfunction – it was the door to my personal hell. Since then I’m struggling with this problem and I realized that we – men – begin to feel ...
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Glomerular hematuria in children.

Glomerular hematuria in children....

Obvious sign of glomerular hematuria in children is a brown color of urine, proteinuria, dysmorphia erythrocytes or erythrocyte cylinders. For the final confirmation of the diagnosis of glomerular hematuria appoint kidney biopsy. The initial assessment includes determining the concentrations of complement in serum titer anti-streptolysin 0, fluorescent titer antinuclear antibodies, serological markers of hepatitis B and anti-neutrophil cytoplasmic antibody. Glomerular pathology with low complement in the plasma is acute postinfectious glomerulonephritis (post-streptococcal acute glomerulonephritis, chronic infections such as subacute bacterial endocarditis, hepatitis B with infected ventriculo-atrial or ventriculo-peritoneal shunt, infectious mononucleosis and malaria), systemic lupus ...
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