Diseases

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    What Is The Difference Between HIV And AIDS?

    The difference between HIV and AIDS is that AIDS is the disease that results from infection by the HIV virus . You…

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    What is matter (physics)?

    We explain what matter is in physics and what are its main characteristics. In addition, the states in which it is…

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  • How Long to Varicocele to Disappear After Surgery

    How Long to Varicocele to Disappear After Surgery? Varicocele refers to the spermatic cord in the veins due to flow…

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  • Nocturnal Emission

    Nocturnal Emission: Semen is a physiological phenomenon, not by means of sexual intercourse and semen itself escapes, with their remaining…

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  • Foreskin Balanitis

    Balanitis refers prepuce and the glans of inflammation . Normal foreskin cavity endocrine one lipid substance, the prepuce or phimosis , the accumulation of such substances can be stimulated to smegma foreskin and…

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  • Prostatitis

    Prostatitis refers to systemic or local symptoms caused by acute and chronic inflammation caused by prostate specific and non-specific infections . Prostatitis can be divided into non-specific bacterial prostatitis , idiopathic bacterial prostatitis…

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  • Premature Ejaculation (Male)

    Premature ejaculation is a common disease in males. There is currently no uniform definition. The American Psychological Association defines it as continuous…

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  • Ebola Virus Disease (EVD)

    Ebola virus disease (EVD, formerly known as Ebola virus hemorrhagic fever ) is an acute viral infection caused by the Ebola virus (EBOV) of filoviridae . The Ebola virus is one of…

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  • Infected With HIV

    Living with HIV or suffering from AIDS Things to watch out for at home Can I still have sex? Can…

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  • What is PrEP?

    PrEP. Protecting you from HIV/AIDS  There are different ways to protect you from HIV/AIDS. The most common method is to use…

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