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Erectile dysfunction treatments

Treatments for Sexual Dysfunctions

With many years of experience and an impressive list of happy customers, Dr. Shameer specializes

in successful treatment of Sexual Dysfunctions. Dr. Shameer’s expertise and in-depth knowledge

includes (but not limited to) diagnosing and treating following common sexual dysfunctions:

Erectile Dysfunction

Life can get very stressful sometimes and not always we have an opportunity to have a healthy

lifestyle. It can result in men experiencing Erectile Dysfunction (ED).

Even though the treatment will depend on overall health of the individual and the underlying cause

of the issue, Dr. Shameer will successfully diagnose the dysfunction, find the root of the problem

and offer you a suitable, personalized treatment. The treatment will directly depend on the cause of

and severity of erectile dysfunctions and also reflect any underlying health conditions. Dr. Shameen

will explain the risks and benefits of each treatment and will take your personal preferences into

account. Common ways of treatment include: medications, penis pumps, operation, psychological

counseling, etc.

Due to the fact that men are sometimes reluctant or embarrassed to discuss sexual matters, Dr.

Shameer knows how to deal with these matters in highly professional and confidential way.

Premature Ejaculation

Premature ejaculation is an uncontrollable ejaculation which happens with minimal sexual

stimulation. The causes of the dysfunction vary greatly: psychological (anxiety, guilt, depression,

etc.), medical (hormonal problems, injury, side effects of medications) or situational factors (new

partner, for example).

Dr. Shameer will discuss your sexual and medical history and conduct a thorough physical exam to

diagnose the dysfunction and its cause. Through this personalized approach, Dr. Shameer will

design a treatment that will be work for you. Treatment can include behavioral techniques,

prescribed topical anesthetics and medications, counseling or change in sexual habits.

Sexually Transmitted Diseases

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) are infections that people might get from having a sexual

intercourse with someone who has the infection. The causes of STDs are bacteria, parasites and

viruses. Other than protecting yourself, there is many ways of treating this class of diseases.

If you have already done something that might put you at risk of getting an infection, Dr. Shameer

will help you to establish whether you were affected by STD even before symptoms show up.

Treatment usually includes antibiotics and other oral medications. Dr. Shameer will find a perfect

combination and dosage of medications to suit your personal needs and not harm your body.

Male Fertility

Male fertility is a condition when a man is unable to cause pregnancy in a fertile female. It is a

growing issue nowadays, caused by modern lifestyle and stressful and polluted environment. There

are many causes of a male infertility, such as sperm production problems, blockage of sperm

movement, sexual and hormonal problems.

Establishing the cause of the issue is critical and cannot be underestimated as the treatment will

directly depend on this information. By using modern technologies, Dr. Shameer will research all

the aspects that can possibly affect patient’s fertility to find the perfect treatment for his specific



•Drugs (anti-depressants and nicotine are most common)

•Neurogenic disorders

•Cavernosal disorders (Peyronie's disease)

•Psychological causes: performance anxiety, stress, and mental disorders


•Aging. It is four times more common in men aged in their 60s than those in their 40s.

•xKidney failure

•Diseases such as diabetes mellitus and multiple sclerosis (MS). While these two causes have not been

proven they are likely suspects as they cause issues with both the blood flow and nervous systems.

•Lifestyle: smoking is a key cause of erectile dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction symptoms might include persistent:

•Trouble getting an erection

•Trouble keeping an erection

•Reduced sexual desire


•Drug treatments for erectile dysfunction

•Exercise, particularly aerobic exercise during midlife

•Oral medication

•Topical medication

•Injected medication

•Extracorporeal shockwave therapy




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All About kidney Stone Treatments

Kidney Stones

There are a variety of types of kidney stone, and are far more common than most people would think. It’s estimated that nearly one in ten people in the UAE will have a kidney stone at some stage in their life.


What causes kidney stones?

Urine contains a variety of minerals including calcium, oxalate and uric acid. If your urine contains more of these substances than your urine can dilute, stones can form.
When the stones are less than 0.1 inch (3mm), they can generally be passed in the urine,and there are no symptoms.


Types of kidney stones

The most common kidney stones are calcium stones. Generally, they are calcium oxalate, but can also be calcium phosphate. Oxalate is formed in the liver, and is present in fruits, nuts and chocolate. A range of factors can increase your body’s concentration of oxalate, providing conditions for stones to form.

Uric acid stones can form when you don’t drink enough fluids; have high protein diets,suffer from gout, or possibly from genetic causes.

Strusive stones can form and grow quickly, with little warning, and can form following
infections (e.g. urinary tract infections).

There are some other, rare stones such as cystine stones, which are caused by geneticfactors (where people excrete too much cystinuria, a form of amino acid).

Signs and Symptoms

Kidney stones can be incredibly painful. Renal colic is caused by the stone blocking the ureter. Pain radiates from the groin to the lower back, and comes in waves that can last between 20 and 60 minutes.

There will also be pain when urinating. Urine may be discolored (brown, pink or red) or cloudy, and smell bad. Some people experience a persistent need to urinate, urinate more frequently than usual, and only pass small amounts of urine. For some, nausea and vomiting are also symptoms.

Diagnosis and Investigation

Doctors will organize tests if they suspect kidney stones. Tests include blood (to measure calcium or uric acid); urine (where tests will identify low levels of stone-forming minerals); X-rays (after a dye is injected), CT imaging; and testing of any small stones that you pass.

Kidney Stone Treatments Options

For many kidney stones, treatment can be simple as drinking lots and lots of water to help flush out the urinary system. If you’re likely to pass a small stone, we recommend taking pain relief such as ibuprofen or acetaminophen.
When the stone is a little larger, he noted that doctors will prescribe a medication that helps relax the muscles in your ureter, helping the stone to pass more quickly and with less pain.

If the stone can’t be passed, Treatment depends on the type of stone and the severity of

your symptoms:

● Using sound waves to break up stones.

● Medical therapy

● Surgery to remove very large stones in the kidney

● Using a scope to remove stones.

● Parathyroid gland surgery.

A sound-wave treatment will help create shock waves through your kidney to break up the stone. The treatment is called extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL). This is a little painful so you may need sedation or light anesthesia. Where stones are larger, or where ESWL is not successful, we’ll organize surgery to remove the stone via. This can be through a scope inserted through your ureter, or through keyhole surgery through your back.

For some patients, removing the stone is only part of the issue. People who suffer from overactive parathyroid glands may require the removal of the gland to stop the recurrence of stones.

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