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Fungal Nail Infection: Causes, Symptoms, Treatment & Prevention

Fungal nail infection occurs when a fungus attacks a toenail, fingernail or the skin under the nail. It begins as a yellow or white spot under the tip of your toenail or fingernail. As it grows deeper the nail thickens, discolored and distorted at the edge. Toenails are more often affected than the fingernails. Nail …

Reducing Swelling, Pain and Joint Stiffness from Arthritis

Nabumetone is an oral anti-inflammatory prescriptive drug. It can reduce swelling, pain and joint stiffness from arthritis. Nabumetone is non-steroidal. It works by preventing the enzyme from creating hormones that causes swelling to your body. What Condition Does Nabumetone Treat? Nabumetone can treat the symptoms of: Osteoarthritis Rheumatoid arthritis How does Nabumetone works? Nabumetone reduces …

Treating Infection Caused by Herpes Virus (Genital and Cold Sores)

Valacyclovir is a generic drug available in market with brand names Valtrex and Zelitrex. It is an antiviral drug. It helps to treat Herpes simplex, herpes zoster (shingles), and herpes B. It is helpful in treating infection caused by herpes virus including genital herpes and cold sores. HISTORY: Burroughs welcome Co. (at present GSK) developed …

Sildenafil Professional: Sildenafil + Dapoxetine To Treat ED

It is newly formulated advanced medicine. Sildenafil treats the erectile dysfunction in adult men. Dapoxetine helps to fight premature discharge of sperm (also called premature ejaculation). Combination of these ensures a sensual and long lasting sexual encounter. It is a unique combination which provide double benefits. It is advance form of the famous Viagra. It …

Cold Sores: Causes, Symptoms, Prevention & Treatment

Cold sores are small painful blisters. They usually show up around the lip, on the face, inside the mouth and nose. The small painful blister that is filled with fluids appears one at a time or in bunches. Cold sores are sometimes called fever blisters. They can make you feel self-conscious because aside from being …

What causes shingles? – Rx 2 Go Pharmacy

What causes shingles? – Rx 2 Go Pharmacy

Shingles is a viral infection that causes skin rashes and blisters. It is also called herpes zoster or varicella-zoster virus. The virus that causes shingle is the same virus that gives you chickenpox. Shingle is highly contagious. The virus can easily spread to people who are not immune to chickenpox. So if you have had …

Treating Bacterial Infections (Urinary Tract, Digestive System & Skin)

Treating Bacterial Infections (Urinary Tract, Digestive System & Skin)

Ciprofloxacin belongs to the group of antibiotic medicine called quinolone. It can treat different kinds of bacterial infection in the urinary tract, digestive system and skin. Ciprofloxacin can treat joint and bone infections too. How does Ciprofloxacin works? It works by stopping the growth of bacteria. However, it does not work for viral infections like …

How To Treat Herpes Simplex?

How To Treat Herpes Simplex?

Herpes simplex is a virus. It is commonly known as herpes. Herpes causes two common diseases that are both contagious and painful. Herpes infections can appear in different parts of the body especially around the mouth and genitals. The infection on the mouth is known as fever blisters or cold sores. Herpes simplex virus 1 …

Motion Sickness

Motion Sickness

When you travel by car, boat, airplane or train and you feel that you are sick to your stomach, it is the discomfort of the motion sickness. Motion sickness is sometimes called seasickness, airsickness or carsickness. What causes motion sickness? You get motion sickness when your eyes and inner ear sends mix signals to your …

Migraine

Migraine

Everyone gets headaches. Headache can occur once in a while. Sometimes, it can happen almost every day. But a migraine is worse than a regular headache.  The pain is throbbing. It is usually on one side of the head. The pain is disabling. Migraine attacks last from hours to days if untreated. It usually occurs …