Sexual dysfunction includes desire, arousal, orgasmic and sex pain disorders that include dyspareunia and vaginismus. Sexual dysfunction is more complex in women than that of male sexual dysfunction. A woman’s lack of sex drive is greatly intertwined with many aspects of life.
FIV is transmitted primarily by bite wounds occurring in cat fights. Other interactions such as sharing food and water bowls or grooming each other have not been shown to be significant in transmission. FIV is closely associated with Feline Leukemia (FeLV).
You can’t be happy if you’re in denial. It’s hard to accept that you have a chronic illness, but staying in denial will only diminish your quality of life. Stop the denial, educate yourself, and educate your family and friends. The more you know about Fibromyalgia, the more you will be able to deal with it.
Lyrica is an antiepileptic and anticonvulsant drug. It is believed to calm damaged or over-excited nerves. Results from animal studies indicate that it may work by reducing the number of electrical signals that are sent from the damaged or over-excited nerves. It affects the chemicals that send pain signals to the nervous system and reduces pain.
On July 1, 1985, Ecstasy was officially banned. Illicit labs were closed and dealers were arrested. The Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) placed Ecstasy in the most restricted category, along with heroin and LSD. Although it is now illegal, it has emerged as a so-called "party" or "club" drug at raves or all night parties.
Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease is a group of disorders that are caused by mutations in genes that affect the normal function of the peripheral nerves. The peripheral nerves are located outside the brain and the spinal cord. They supply the muscles and the sensory organs in the limbs. Onset is usually in the first two decades of life.
Winchester Syndrome is characterized by short stature (dwarfism), arthritis-like symptoms, nodules under the skin, coarse facial features like a protruding forehead, large nose, thick lips and gum overgrowth and eye and teeth abnormalities.
VATER Syndrome was featured on an episode of Grey’s Anatomy. A teenager, played by May Whitman, was unable to stand in an upright position because of the syndrome. She could barely walk and her spine looked as though it was twisted.