Cryptorchidism – Undescended Testicle

Cryptorchidism refers to a condition when one or both testicles have not descended into the scrotum of the baby by the time he is born. In most of the cases, it’s only one testicle that remains undescended. This condition is commonly seen in at around 10% of the male babies. Typically the problem sets itself right within 3 months after the baby is born.

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Vasectomy Reversal – All you need to know about the procedure

Vasectomy Reversal – All you need to know about the procedure Vasectomy is a male family planning procedure (popularly used verbiage in India) done to a man. This is a simple, short procedure done as an outpatient service by a good sexologist / sex specialist. In this procedure, the tubes carrying the sperm from the…

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PrEP – PreExposure Prophylaxis to prevent HIV Infection

PrEP – PreExposure Prophylaxis to prevent HIV Infection PreExposure Prophylaxis is a way to prevent contracting HIV. The procedure involves putting a healthy person under medication few days before he/she involves in risky sexual behaviour or abuse drugs possibly by sharing needles. Who are the right people to take PrEP / When should you consider…

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