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Water benefit to Male for Fertility

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Water benefit to Male for Fertility
Posted in 2012

Whether you’re trying to lose weight, get fit or conceive, the same advice applies – you have to drink more water. Semen is a fluid so there is inevitably a connection between semen and water intake, but just how much water should a man drink?


We need !. Air 2. Water and 3. Healthy food not more than this..I explained U many times but many people across the Globe are asking me to Explain the benefits of Water in Male.
The water is equally benefits to male and female
1. Improves Brain power
2. Removes unwanted pollution from our body
3. Regulate blood flow
4. Clean blood
5. Improves the functions of kidneys
6. Prevents major health problems like Heart attacks, paralysis, Brain strokes etc..
Besides it there are many benefits to our body...So Drink water to protect your self.....



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1...   Water is most important for our bo…

Your body inhale Oxygen but exhale Carbon di oxide

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Your body inhale Oxygen but exhale Carbon di oxide




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Your body inhale Oxygen but exhale Carbon di oxide
Posted in 2012

Most of us are not known what is Breathing...It is a process of our body to Inhale Oxygen and exhale Carbon di oxide. Every one knows it but most of us are not known how the Carbon di oxide enters in our body? In our primary education we learnt that when we exhale Carbon di oxide the plants will take it and gives Oxygen for us. 
we all get carbon from the air, but not by inhaling it. carbon gets fixated into the calvin cyle (an important reaction during photosynthesis) which in turn, helps provide the building blocks to let the plant grow..notice the C in C6H12O6....depending on ur eating habits, u can either get Carbon from eating vegetables or by eating animals who eat plants lol..well, during cellular respiration, this sugar that ur eating (C6H12O6) would need to be broken down. this 6 Ca…

Birth defect kidney 7

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Birth defect kidney 7
Posted in 2014

Multicystic dysplastic kidney disease
Multicystic dysplastic kidney (MCDK) disease is the most common cyst-causing disease of the kidneys in children. In MCDK disease, the kidney does not develop normally and instead has multiple fluid-filled sacs (cysts) that grow inside the kidney and take over the normal kidney tissue. The kidney does not function at all. MCDK disease typically affects only one kidney. If it affects both kidneys, the fetus dies. However, children who have only one affected kidney often have a good outlook, depending on what other abnormalities, if any, they have. Sometimes the unaffected kidney has other defects that can cause blockage of urine flow. MCDK is usually detected during routine prenatal ultrasonography, and most children have periodic ultrasounds after birth to determine whether the unaffected kidney is functioning…

Birth defect kidney 6

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Birth defect kidney 6
Posted in 2014

Polycystic kidney disease Polycystic kidney disease is a hereditary disorder in which many fluid-filled sacs (cysts) form in both kidneys. The kidneys grow larger but have less functioning tissue. There are several forms of polycystic kidney disease. One form, autosomal dominent polycystic kidney disease, does not appear until adulthood and usually causes mild symptoms. Autosomal recessive polycystic kidney diseaseis the rare form of this disorder that begins during childhood. In this disorder, the cysts become very large and cause serious illness. A severely affected newborn may die shortly after birth because kidney failure can develop before birth, leading to poor development of the lungs. The liver is also affected, and at 5 to 10 years of age, a child with this disorder tends to develop  portal hypertension, or high pressure in the blood vess…

Birth defect Kidney 5

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Birth defect kidney  5
Posted in 2014



Poorly functioning kidneys

Sometimes a kidney does not form properly and may not function properly or at all (kidney dysplasia). When only one kidney functions properly, it may become bigger than normal to make up for the loss of function of the other kidney. Because all of the functions normally done by two kidneys can be carried out adequately by one healthy kidney, children who have only one functioning kidney often lead normal, healthy lives. However, if dysplasia is widespread and affects both kidneys, children may need treatment to replace the kidney function. That is, they will need a Kidney transplant or Dialysis (a way to remove waste products and excess fluids from the body)
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1....   Any birth defect to the child is the cause of unhealthy habits or unhealthy food of the mother.
2...    I advise every couple to follow healthy hab…

Birth defect Kidney 4

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Birth defect Kidney 4
Posted in 2014


Missing kidneys

In some children, one or both of the kidneys may not develop at all (kidney agenesis). Children who are missing both kidneys cannot survive.
In children who are missing only one kidney, the remaining kidney usually develops normally and often becomes bigger than normal to compensate for the missing one. In such cases, the child is expected to have a normal life expectancy and does not need any treatment.


My advise
1....   Any birth defect to the child is the cause of unhealthy habits or unhealthy food of the mother.
2...    I advise every couple to follow healthy habits when you decided to give birth to healthy child.
3....   Develop positive thinking when you decided to give birth to the Healthy child

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Birth defect Kidney 3

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Birth defect Kidney  3
Posted in 2014

Horseshoe kidneys A horseshoe kidney is the most common fused kidney defect. In horseshoe kidney, the fetus's kidneys join together into a horseshoe-looking shape. Because they are joined together, the kidneys do not usually move up and rotate into their normal location and also may not develop properly. Because of these factors, a horseshoe kidney may not drain properly, increasing the risk of urinary tract infections, kidney stones, and kidney damage. However, over half of children with a horseshoe kidney never have any symptoms. Children who have a horseshoe kidney may also have other birth defects.

My advise
1....   Any birth defect to the child is the cause of unhealthy habits or unhealthy food of the mother.
2...    I advise every couple to follow healthy habits when you decided to give birth to healthy child.
3....   Develop positive thi…