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Here you can read about diseases and disorders linked to the genitals.

DiseasesGenitalsItching and pain in the abdomen


Endometriosis means that the uterine mucosa grows outside the uterus. Roughly one in ten people who have menses have the disease. A common symptom is having a lot of pain associated with menstruation. The most common thing is that you need treatment to relieve the pain or disappear.


Narrow foreskin

Having narrow foreskin means not being able to pull the foreskin back over the eyelid. Up to the age of school it is common to not be able to withdraw the foreskin. Usually, no care is needed as the foreskin can usually be retracted when the child reaches school age.


Foreskin Problems

The foreskin is called the movable skin which lies over the outer part of the penis, the oblong. You may have problems with the foreskin for a variety of reasons.


Foreskin infection – balanitis

Balanitis is an infection of the foreskin. It is most common during the first years of life. Balanitis is due to the fact that there has been too much of the bacteria that is also usually found between the ulcer and the foreskin or that it has been difficult to keep clean there.

DiseasesGenitalsTrouble at six


Vaginism means abdominal cramping. This means that you get cramp in the muscles around the vagina. It can hurt when you try to insert something into the vagina or thinking about doing it. You can do several things yourself to get better and there is also good help to get through healthcare. Most people become good after a while.

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Early ejaculation

Early ejaculation means you get ejaculation after a very short time when you have sex. Some have had early ejaculation throughout their lives, while others come suddenly. Early ejaculation may be because you are stressed, nervous, or have any illness. It is common to get premature ejaculation and there is help to get.

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Hard to get hold of

It is common to have difficulty getting a hold or retaining it at some point. The cause may be stress, anxiety or nervousness. It can also be due to a disease, such as atherosclerosis or diabetes. There are several drugs, aids and treatments that enable most people to regain their ability to recover.