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Wednesday, September 22, 2021
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Past HPV Infections and Pregnancy
By Navita Modi MD Obstetrician/Gynecology

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Past HPV Infections and Pregnancy
If you were infected with HPV and it got better, either with or without treatment, it is unlikely that symptoms will return during pregnancy. However, the virus can cause tissue changes to occur more rapidly during pregnancy.


The good news is HPV during pregnancy does not increases the risk for miscarriage, preterm delivery, or other pregnancy complications. Thus, HPV is not routinely tested for during pregnancy. However, an HPV diagnosis can be made during pregnancy because of genital warts or an abnormal Pap smear.


If HPV is diagnosed because of an abnormal Pap smear, the healthcare provider may recommend a colposcopy. If there is no evidence of cancer, the healthcare provider will usually recommend waiting until after pregnancy to treat the abnormal cells.


For women who have genital warts, the healthcare provider will also monitor the situation, as warts often get better on their own or soon after delivery. For more treatment management:
Contact Dr. Natia Modi Consultant Ob/gyn
@ Brightseat Healthcare Medical Center
4333 Old Branch Avenue, Temple Hills, MD 20748,
Phone: (301) 423-4551

Dr. Navita Modi Ob/Gyn
14904 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Suite 205,
Woodbridge, VA 22191
Tel: 571-492-7636

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Disturbing Wart Like Acne
What You Can Do to Help

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Molluscum Contagiosum: is a common viral infection of the skin that is characterized by round, firm, or painless bumps. Scratched bumps can spread infection to surrounding skin. The condition spreads through contact with an infected person or a contaminated object.  Common in children however adults are also affected. In adults, molluscum contagiosum is common in genitals area and is causative of disturbing genital wart which is considered a sexually transmitted infection. The bumps may disappear within a year without treatment but medication may be  recommended. Here is an affective simple treatment that can help. 


Treatment: ALDARA from your local pharmacy. 

1.Apply 3 times per week (such as Monday, Wednesday, and Friday) for no longer than 16 weeks.

2. Apply the cream from one Aldara packet to the treatment area, and rub in the cream until it disappears.

3. Do not cover the treated skin areas with any type of plastic bandaging, and avoid nylon underwear.

4. You may wear cotton gauze or underwear over the treated area.

5. Use the medicine before going to bed and leave it on for 6 to 10 hours. Then wash off the medicine with water and a mild soap.

6.  When treating genital warts around the vagina, avoid getting the cream on the more sensitive inner layers of vaginal tissue. This could result in vaginal swelling or irritation and painful urination.

7. Aldara is not a cure for molluscum or genital warts and it may not keep you from spreading this condition to others through vaginal, anal, or oral sex. You may develop new lesions during treatment with Aldara.

8. For best results, keep using the medicine for the entire length of time as prescribed.

Best Weight Loss Doctors
How To Search and Find The Right One

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It's Time To Loose Weight With Renowned Weight Loss Doctors in DC
Millions of people suffer from obesity and the many health problems associated with it. HealthCare800.com lists some of the renowned weight loss doctors in Washington DC, who can help you in your weight loss journey. At HealthCare800, you can schedule appointment with one of the best doctors, within few seconds and without any hassle.
• The weight loss doctor you choose begin with a thorough assessment. He/she evaluates your lifestyle and health, and review medications which might be contributing to your weight gain.
• Your doctor might prescribe you a blood test such as checking thyroid function and blood sugar level. Then, they will work with you to develop a plan to reduce your calorie intake and to increase your level of exercise.
• Weight loss doctors typically ask their patients for weekly/monthly checkup. During some of these monthly visits, you may meet with a dietitian to discuss your nutrient needs. You may also meet with a doctor who can focus on stress management and mindful eating.
We have a myriad of skilled and professional doctors available to treat you in dozens of locations. For further help, you can call us directly at USA Toll Free: 888-800-7608. All Calls: 571-765-6083, 301-423-7808.

Where To Get The Best Deals on Eye Glasses
Online Stores with The Best Deals

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Top 5 Online Stores
To Get Good Deals on Eyeglasses


1. Warby Parker

Warby Parker is probably one of the web’s most well known frame retailers. The company made waves when it launched, embodied the idea of what a good, problem-solving startup should be, and earned the loyalty of its customers by giving them the option to try multiple frames before they put their money down on the ones they’d want to keep. The service offers a wide selection of high-quality frames and styles, free shipping, and for every pair of glasses you buy, they donate a pair to someone who needs them but can’t afford them. Warby Parker’s story is compelling, and while their glasses may not be the cheapest on the block, they are some of the best.
Those of you who nominated Warby Parker highlighted their try-at-home program, where they’ll send up you to five different sets of frames, for free, for you to try out. You can wear them around for five days—get your friends’ opinions, and choose the ones you like the best. When you pick the ones you like, order them online with your prescription, and they’ll be sent right out to you.


2. Eye Buy Direct


If you’re walking the line between style savvy and budget buying, Eye Buy Direct is the retailer for you. They regularly offer steep discounts, buy-one-get-one-free sales, and other special savings on their massive selection of eyewear and frames. The company has interesting and unique frame options for men and women, prescription and nonprescription sunglasses, sport sunglasses, and even computer glasses designed to reduce glare. They also sell bifocal, progressive, and even Transitions lenses, so they can accommodate you regardless of your prescription or needs. These folks live on the notion that you don’t have to pay a ton of money for a pair (or several pairs) of great glasses.



3. Zenni Optical
Zenni Optical’s claim to fame are super-cheap frames and glasses. They have a solid frame selection of men’s and women’s glasses, and great styles too, but almost everyone who has anything to say about Zenni points to the fact that they offer great glasses super-cheap. So cheap, in fact, that you don’t have to worry too much if they’re lost, damaged, or destroyed. At the same time, that great price point comes with a caveat—you’re not exactly going to get heavy, sturdy frames here; you’re getting frames that can probably take a beating and keep going, but you’re getting drug-store-style plastic in those frames (of course, that’s not all they have, but those are their most affordable designs.) Even so, if budget is the most important thing for you, or you’re notoriously hard on glasses, you could do much worse than Zenni. Their online tools let you snap a photo of your face and see how their glasses will look on you before you buy, which is a nice bonus. Plus, they have a great selection of sunglasses.

4. Coastal/ClearlyContacts
Coastal, and their Canadian counterpart, ClearlyContacts, both turned up separately in the nominations round, but because they’re the same company, we opted to combine them. Coastal offers a massive selection of in-stock designer frames, and regularly runs promotions where your first pair of glasses or contacts from the company are completely free, or at least significantly discounted. Their prices are affordable—they’re not the cheapest in the roundup, but they’re also not the most expensive, and their prices are somewhat similar to what you’ll find at many brick and mortar glasses stores, without the hassle that comes with shopping at one. Coastal will also take care of your contacts needs if you prefer those, sell you sunglasses, and more, all with free shipping.

5. Goggles 4 U
Googles 4 U offers a wide variety of frames at pretty low prices, which is always good to see. They offer hundreds of styles and designer names to choose from, so how much you wind up spending will likely depend on the types of frames you select. If you go designer, expect to pay designer prices, but if you don’t need a name, you can get away with spending very little for a great pair of glasses here. The company offers prescription and designer styles for men and women and sunglasses, and you can spend hours just browsing the available frames. The site itself is a bit no-nonsense, which is just fine if you just want to buy some frames and be done with the process.


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Brain, Eye and Nerve Damage
In Diabetic Patients

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Brain, Eye and Nerve damage:

Popularly called diabetic neuropathy, this damage is common in people with diabetes. Symptoms typically appear after several years but may be present when diabetes is diagnosed, as the disease may have gone undetected for many years. Diabetic nerve damage known as peripheral neuropathy is most common in the legs and feet. According to a 2005 statement by the American Diabetes Association, up to 50 percent of people with diabetes have peripheral neuropathy. This typically starts as numbness or tingling that progresses to loss of pain and heat and cold perception in feet or hands, making it difficult to sense an injury. Another type of nerve damage called diabetic autonomic neuropathy affects nerves regulating the heart, blood vessels, and digestive and other systems. This condition can lead to problems with blood pressure, heart rhythm and digestion, among others.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that in 2005 to 2008, 28.5 percent of adults with diabetes 40 years or older had diabetic retinopathy. This eye disease is caused by high blood sugar levels leading to blood vessel damage and fluid leakage in the vision-sensing part of the eye called the retina. Diabetic macular edema is a complication of diabetic retinopathy wherein the center of the retina, which is responsible for detailed vision, is affected. These conditions can eventually lead to blindness. High blood sugar can also lead to an increased risk of cataracts and glaucoma. These eye disorders occur earlier and more often in people with diabetes, compared to those without the disease.

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