Archive for the ‘problems’ Category


April 30, 2008

What is Shingles?

Shingles (herpes zoster) is an outbreak of rash or blisters on the skin that is caused by the same virus that causes chicken pox – the varicella-zoster virus.

The first sign of shingles is often burning or tingling pain, or sometimes numbness, in or under the skin. You may also feel ill with fever, chills, headache, or upset stomach.

After several days, a rash of small fluid-filled blisters, reminiscent of chickenpox, appears on reddened skin.

The pain associated with shingles can be intense and is often described as “unrelenting.”



April 30, 2008

Mouth ulcer – an open wound in an oral cavity. Two common types of an ulcer of a mouth – ящурные ulcers (an ulcer wound) and herpes (called by a virus of herpes simple).

Types of oral ulcers are various, with set of the associated reasons, switching on: a physical or chemical trauma, an infection from microorganisms or viruses, medical conditions or medicines, malignant and sometimes indefinite processes. After generated, the ulcer can be supported an inflammation and-or a secondary infection.


The symptoms previous an ulcer, can vary according to the reason of ulcerative process.

A few oral ulcers can start with a sharp venomous or shining sensation on a site of the future ulcer of a mouth. In some days they progress often to generate red maculae or the blow accompanied by an open ulcer. Sometimes it is a beret little bit more longly, depending on the ulcer reason.


April 30, 2008

What is otitis externa?

Otitis externa (Swimmer’s ear) is an infection of the ear and/or outer ear canal. It can cause the ear to itch or become red and inflamed so that head movement or touching of the ear is very painful. There may also be pus that drains from the ear.

What causes otitis externa?

Otitis externa is often caused by infection with a germ called Pseudomonas aeruginosa. This germ is common in the environment (soil, water) and is microscopic so that it can’t be seen with the naked eye. Although all age groups are affected by Otitis externa, it is more common in children and young adults and can be extremely painful.


April 30, 2008

The fetid breath also named by an unpleasant smell from a mouth, is typically called by bacteria which grow in your mouth. Bacteriemic putrefication small plays of nutrition has left in your chartreuse structures of release of a mouth which is that does your smell of breath.

Short-term fetid breath can be linked to a tonsillitis, a gastroenteritis, diabetic кетоацидозом, or синусовой an infection.

The chronic unpleasant smell from a mouth can be called weak oral hygiene, an ulitis (an inflammation of gums) and/or a tooth abscess.

How fetid breath can be handled?