In humans, fungal infections can range from the common, such as tinea pedis or athletes foot, to the rare and exotic, such as sporotrichosis or agranulomatous disease. Two general types of fungal infections exist; topical (superficial) infections, affecting the skin and the mucous membranes, and systematic infections, affecting the areas such as the lungs, central nervous system, and the blood. Treating either type of infection requires a topical, oral, or parenteral agent chosen according to the site and severity of the infection.
Normally, every man has the risk of getting erectile dysfunction at any point of his life. Erectile dysfunction, or commonly known as ED, is the failure of a man to attain and maintain erection especially during sexual intercourse. This happens because of many factors – one major cause is due to a health condition. Example is high blood pressure or problems related to the cardiovascular system. The penile region of a man is basically triggered to erect due to external stimulations. During this process, the body is enable to release certain chemicals that would allow the blood vessels to contract and expand. This contraction and expansion enables the blood supply to focus on the penile region. This is the reason why a man gets an erection. Continue reading