Life style and causes of male infertility

By Dr. A.H. Serdar
One of the realities that some married couples have to face is their inability to have children. While infertility may be blamed on women, the dilemma can also be due to the sperm problem of men. Fifty percent of fertility troubles that couples experience are cause by a difficulty with male fertility.  Sperm production can be affected by different causes, such as testicular factors, sperm morphology, sperm motility, genetic defects, trauma, different kind of infections, and emotional stress. Various infertile men are worried about their small number of sperm count, and this seems to turn into the major anxiety in their life. According to the World Health Organization[1], “if a man’s sperm count is less than 20 million per milliliter, he is considered at risk of being infertile.” People’s life styles play extremely significant roles in their marital time and in successful pregnancies. Lifestyle habits have long-term impacts on male potency. Continue reading

International Exhibition and a Scientific Conference called The Age of New Revival and Healthcare Services Achievements of Turkmenistan – 2010

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Untreated Gonorrhea

By Dr. A.H. Serdar
Gonorrhea

 There is a large reservoir of asymptomatic and untreated gonorrhea infection in the world, which sets up question about their clinical signification and possibly their complication. This disease is caused by the bacteria Neisseria gonorrhea and spread through sexual contact. In first step the bacteria can infect the soft integument covering the openings of the body like the urethra, anus, vagina, throat, cervix, and also can pass from mother to infant during delivery. Males infected with gonorrhea will have burning and sometimes searing while urinating, besides will appear a yellowish white discharge from the penis. Women who have gonorrhea may have no symptoms or their symptoms possibly so mild. In some cases, women will perceive a burning sensation when they urinate, or they will observe a yellow-green vaginal discharge. In men symptoms usually emerge two days to one week after contamination, otherwise it can take as long as one month for signs to commence .Often, there are no symptoms for individuals infected with gonorrhea. Diseased with no symptoms are at possibility for progressing complications to illness of gonorrhea. Past infection does not make a individual resistant and immune to Neisseria gonorrhea. Gonorrhea can be cured with a single dose of antibiotics. If the infection has extended, patients will have to take medication for a longer period or hospitalized on condition that the infection is critical. The entire species of gonorrhea are treatable. However, some strains are evolving into more resistant to some antibiotics. This paper will discuss untreated gonorrhea and it will explain some complication of this disease. Continue reading

Causes of Alzheimer’s Disease

Dr. A.H.Serdar     
alzheimers-disease      Each person can forget things sometimes or once in a blue moon. Forgetting things is a portion of existence and it often becomes more common as people age; however, forgetfulness doesn’t mean Alzheimer’s disease. Alzheimer’s disease is the most common cause of dementia. This disease is a group disorders involving the parts of the brain that regulate memory, thought, and language. In Alzheimer’s disease, healthy brain tissue degenerates, and it usually appears after the age of sixty. The primary symptom tends to be memory disorder, particularly for recent learned knowledge.
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Health in Turkmenistan

CONTACT INFORMATIONmom baby
The WHO Liaison Officer
WHO Country Office
P.O. Box 30
Ashgabat, Krugozor
744000
postmaster@euro.who.int
http://www.euro.who.int/

Statistics:
Total population: 4,899,000
Gross national income per capita (PPP international $): 3,990
Life expectancy at birth m/f (years): 60/67
Healthy life expectancy at birth m/f (years, 2003): 52/57
Probability of dying under five (per 1 000 live births): 51
Probability of dying between 15 and 60 years m/f (per 1 000 population): 369/211
Total expenditure on health per capita (Intl $, 2006): 259
Total expenditure on health as % of GDP (2006): 4.8
Figures are for 2006 unless indicated. Source: World Health Statistics 2008

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Farabi – a Turkmen scientis and philosoph

Abu Nasr Mohammad Ibn al-Farakh al-Farabi (870-950 A.D.), was one alfarabiof the greatest scientists and philosophers of his time. Farabi was born in the small village of Wasij in Turkmenistan . After finishing his early school years in Farab and Bukhara, Farabi arrived in Baghdad to pursue higher studies in 901 A.D. He studied in Baghdad for well over 40 years and acquired mastery over several languages and fields of knowledge. Farabi made notable contributions to the fields of math, philosophy, medicine and even music. Continue reading

Open-angle glaucoma & Closed-angle glaucoma

GlaucomaGlaucoma is optic nerve damage (often, but not always, associated with increased eye pressure) that leads to progressive, irreversible loss of vision. Dowamy