Medical Advice and Guides by Doctor-4-U For Your Health

  1. What happens if you stop taking finasteride for hair loss?

    What happens if you stop taking finasteride for hair loss?
      Finasteride for hair loss is taken to restore lost hair, to give you a fuller, more lustrous look. It’s taken long term to retain this regrowth, but what happens if you stop taking this drug, will your hair remain the same?  Not quite, finasteride is the type of medicine that works for as long as it is taken, and...
  2. What Will Happen to Your Medicines Post-Brexit?

    What Will Happen to Your Medicines Post-Brexit?
      Brexit has been looming for a while now but the pressure has increased in recent weeks as we approach the deadline and concerns over the supply of medicine rise. A report was released recently detailing what could happen in the event of a no-deal Brexit. The Yellowhammer report suggests there could be disruptions to the supply of medicine...
  3. Injections That Can Help With Weight Loss

    Injections That Can Help With Weight Loss
    Headline news this week revealed that obesity isn’t caused by a lack of willpower. The new discovery comes from the British Psychological Society who suggest that modern sedentary lifestyles, genetic dispositions, socioeconomic factors, and even fat-shaming all play a part in the nation’s obesity crisis. The breakthrough research introduces the idea that willpower on its own isn’t always enough...
  4. Smoking Prevalence in UK Films

    Smoking Prevalence in UK Films
    With it being Stoptober this month (a campaign to help smokers quit the habit for 28 days and beyond), we’re looking at how the media has or hasn’t contributed to the number of people smoking in our society by researching the level of exposure to the British audience.   From James Bond to the Marvel franchise, some of our most...
  5. Low Testosterone and How to Treat It

    Low Testosterone and How to Treat It
    What is Testosterone? Testosterone is a hormone found in both men and women, as well as other animals. Testosterone starts to increase during puberty. In men, testosterone is primarily produced in the testicles, whereas in women it is mainly produced by the ovaries though at a much smaller rate. Women produce about 1/10th to 1/20th the amount of testosterone...
  6. The Definitive Guide to Buying Prescription Drugs Online

    The Definitive Guide to Buying Prescription Drugs Online
    Our entire lives seem to be on the internet these days, from our social lives and careers, to how we manage our finances, the internet helps us in many ways. How we access medical advice and medication has also digitally evolved. With a press of a button we can find out tons of medical information, and even find a...
  7. Weight loss Injections Side Effects and How to Deal With Them

    Weight loss Injections Side Effects and How to Deal With Them
      Weight loss injections are growing in popularity as a treatment for obesity, and results show that they’re effective, with most patients losing over 5% of their initial starting weight within 12 weeks of treatment. However, it can be easy to forget that they’re prescription medicines and can cause side effects that might not be pleasant. Side effects are...
  8. HIV statistics UK 2019 - HIV Diagnosis Figures

    HIV statistics UK 2019 - HIV Diagnosis Figures
    On 03/09/2019, Public Health England (PHE) published the latest data sets for HIV trends. These included figures from the beginning of January 2018 to the end of December 2018, as well as the trends for previous years, dating back to 2009. Whilst we were unable to analyse the data in terms of upper-tier local authorities (UTLA) as we did...
  9. Hair Loss in Pregnancy

    Hair Loss in Pregnancy
    Pregnancy causes so many biological changes, and hair loss can be one that’s distressing to a lot of women. Although hair loss in pregnancy is quite rare, the months following birth is when women are more likely to experience hair thinning and shedding.  During pregnancy, you should see your hair becoming thicker, fuller and more lustrous, but for some women...
  10. Cialis vs Tadalafil: What’s the Difference Between Them?

    Cialis vs Tadalafil: What’s the Difference Between Them?
    Cialis vs Tadalafil  Erectile Dysfunction (ED) is an extremely common problem faced by many men in the UK today. The likelihood of an average male developing the inability to develop and maintain an erection is high, with recent studies finding that 52% of men between 40 and 70 years old are currently affected by impotence. There are many treatment...

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