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How Is Online Appointment Scheduling Beneficial to a Medical Practice?

Be it a private practitioner or a multi bed hospital, online presence is not an option now but a necessity.  People who look to utilize your services, judge you by how you present yourself on your website or social media pages. So, it is not something you can sidestep. But, what about moving your appointment scheduling to the online doctor consultation platform?

Although the truth is that a majority of the practitioners do not offer this option yet, a survey reveals that patients are actively looking out for this option for a lot of reasons. Let us read on to know how this is going to improve your practice.

  1. Increase visibility: Most people spend a significant amount of time online in an effort to access different services near them. In this age, web presence lets you establish your brand's vision, mission, list of services and helps you get new patients who would not have reached out to you otherwise.
  2. Customer loyalty: Making use of websites and apps will strengthen your existing
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What Is a Sexologist Doctor?

A sexologist specialist who studies human sexuality from a biological, medical, psychological, social or anthropological aspect. This is a relatively new field. It is not necessary for all sexologists to be a medicine graduate. It can be studied as a subspecialty of psychiatry or social psychology. Medical doctors who pursue a specialization in sexology are allowed to prescribe and treat patients with sexual health issues.

A sexologist commonly deals with intimacy problems such as erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, lack of confidence due to organ size, pain during sexual intercourse, fears and inhibitions.

There are also many couples who have a lack of awareness about sex. The sexologist then provides counseling to aid self-help so that the couple achieves a good physical relationship.

Since the field is new and not properly regulated, it is important to choose a specialist with good knowledge and experience. It is a good idea to consult a sexologist online from trusted he

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Safe Period to Have Sex

Ovulation and Safe Period: What is the Safe Period to Have Sex?
What is Safe Period?

It is the period when supposedly a woman has the least chance of getting pregnant. Women go through monthly changes in their body in the name of the menstrual cycle. A monthly cycle has two components:

  • Proliferating phase: This is the period which begins soon after the menstrual bleeding starts.
  • Secretory phase: This is a constant period of 14 days, which you can count as 14 days before you get your periods.

By no means, it provides a complete protection against pregnancy, since it has been seen that the intercourse itself may trigger untimely ovulation.

You can use our safe days calculator to find out the safe days in your cycle for this month easily.

What is the Unsafe Period (Fertile Days)?

A woman conceives if she copulates within the time of ovulation. Hence the time of ovulationis termed as the unsafe period to have sexual intercourse.

How to Calculate the Time of Ovulation?
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I-Pill - When to Take and Its Side Effects

I-Pill - When to Take and Its Side Effects

Accidents do happen. That is the reason we have emergency contraceptive pills such as I-pill available. However, these are not regular birth control pills. They are meant to be used only in emergency situations.

Who Needs I-Pill

I-pill is the quick solution, if you are worried about an unplanned pregnancy after:

  • an act of unprotected intercourse.
  • failure of the condom.
  • missing regular birth control pills.
  • forced sex or sexual assault.
How and When to Use I-Pill

Although it is referred to as the 'morning-after pill', it can be taken even right away. It is most effective when taken immediately after the act for up to 24 hours after (90 to 95 %). The effectiveness comes down to 85 % when taken from 25 to 48 hours after and to 58 % when taken between 49 to 72 hours after. If it is taken after 72 hours, it may not work at all.

It comes as a single tablet which is to be taken with water after food to prevent vomiting.

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Zika Fever - Beware of this Virus

Zika Fever – an Outburst of a Neglected Tropical Disease

 

Zika fever is a mosquito-transmitted infection caused by Zika virus. It is of Flaviviridae family. It spreads to humans primarily through mosquito bite. It has been confirmed in Brazil by Pan American Health Organization (PAHO).

Symptoms of Zika Infection:

Zika virus infection will show the following symptoms (They are similar to dengue and chikungunya), which includes,

1. Mild fever.2. Rash.3. Muscle pain.4. Headache.5. Joint pain.6. Conjunctivitis (red eyes).

Spread of Zika Virus:

Zika virus spreads primarily through daytime active infected Aedes species mosquito. 1 in 5 people get infected with Zika. Most of the infected people did not even know that they are affected due to the mild nature of the disease. The incubation period is not confirmed yet. It might be 2 to 7 days after being bitten by an infected mosquito.

Effect of Zika:

Zika virus is mainly found to attack pregnant women. They are at risk as the virus ma

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Dengue Infection - Prevention and Management

Dengue Infection - Prevention and Management

There are lots of people getting affected with dengue infection, the severity ranging from mild to severe, even causing death.

As most of you might be knowing dengue is a viral infection spread by mosquitoes. The mosquito which spreads dengue is active and bites during the daytime and not in the night time. So, it is important to take mosquito preventive measures even during the daytime.

The symptoms are fever (mild to high ), backache, headache, eye pain, weakness, rashes, abdominal pain and nausea. The patient can take Paracetamol for fever and body pain but should not take any other painkillers like Aspirin or Combiflam. If fever persists for 2 days, then consult your doctor and get lab tests done.

Monitor Platelet Count:

  • In dengue infection we see a drop in the platelet count.
  • A normal platelet count is 1,50,000 - 4,00,000. In dengue infection from the first day of fever till 6-7 days there will be drop in platelet count irre
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Probiotic bacteria for gut health

Probiotics - Helpful Bacteria That Keep Our Gut Healthy

The definition given by the World Health Organization (WHO) for probiotics is "live micro-organisms which, when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health benefit on the host."

Probiotics are called as good and helpful bacteria. The meaning of probiotics is "for life" (pro-biota). Probiotics have been in our system right from the moment of formation of the fetus in the birth canal. Probiotics are bacteria and yeasts that are good for health, especially the digestive system to keep our gut healthy.

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Availability of Probiotics
  1. Probiotics are found naturally in the body and also available as food supplements in the form of capsules, liquids, chewables, and skin creams.
  2. It is the third most commonly used dietary supplement after vitamins and minerals.

Types of Probiotics

There are many types of probiotics available. The most important and commonly used probiotics are Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium.

How Do Probio

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Acne Treatments

Acne - Causes, Types, Home Remedies and Treatment Strategy

Acne is a very common skin condition. It commonly starts during puberty but can occur at any age. Although it is not a dangerous condition, acne can leave scars on the skin. Acne appears in different parts of the body like face, chest, and back. Acne affects almost all teenagers in different severity.

Acne home remedies

Types of Acne
  1. Whiteheads.
  2. Blackheads.
  3. Papules.
  4. Pustules.
  5. Nodules.
  6. Cysts
 How Can People Get Rid of Their Acne?
  1. Lifestyle
  2. Open the pores
  3. Cleansing and skin care.
  4. Reducing bacteria
  5. Reduce the Oil
  6. Cosmetics
  7. Facials
  8. Pore Strips
  9. Toothpaste.
  10. Vinegar
Prevention and Home Management Tips
  1. Wash your face twice a day with warm water.
  2. Do not scrub the pimples with a face scrub, turmeric powder, etc.
  3. Do not pop the pimples.
  4. Wash your hands before touching your face and applying creams.
  5. Rinse bath towels and pillowcases frequently.
  6. Avoid anxiety and stress.
  7. Avoid oily food. Eat more of greens.
  8. Avoid sun e
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Vertigo - Symptoms, Causes and Treatment

Vertigo

Vertigo: Symptoms, Causes and Treatment 

When a patient has vertigo, he may use different terms to describe his sensations like dizziness, feeling faint, head spinning, giddiness, or unsteadiness of gait. Usually, a careful history can differentiate between these symptoms. It is important to distinguish between presyncope (fainting) and vertigo (illusion or sense of movement of body/surroundings).

Symptoms of Vertigo

Feeling faint can be accompanied by a feeling of lightheadedness, visual blurring, increased salivation, and nausea. The usual causes of fainting are an insufficient supply of oxygen or blood or in rare cases due to decreased blood glucose. Lightheadedness is also a feature in some forms of seizures, and chronic depression.

Causes of Vertigo

While the causes of syncope can be due to cardiovascular, cerebrovascular, disorders of vascular tone, situational (as in cough or micturition), anxiety attacks, psychogenic and seizures, vertigo is usually caused by a disturban

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Panic Disorder

Overview of Panic Disorder

Panic disorder is a condition characterized by extreme anxiety attacks which mimic heart attack symptoms such as rapid heartbeat, palpitation, heavy breathing, sweating, choking, etc. But, this is not due to any medical problem. It is completely a psychological issue and can be treated through psychological treatment. Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) is found to be the best treatment for panic disorder.

Considering the incidents of terrorism, snatching, robberies, accidents and mishaps, we see many people with anxiety and panic disorder. People often consult the doctor at a very advanced stage in which they cannot even move out of their home.

Check the Source Article from Top Doctors  : https://www.icliniq.com/articles/emotional-and-mental-health/best-treatment-for-panic-disorder

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