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A 20-year-old male asked:

yellow snot has tiny streaks of blood (for months). clear snot has no blood streaks. cancer? symptoms include picking nose daily.

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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics 46 years experience
Sounds pretty normal: This is common to simple nasal irritation from dusts or allergens. Nose picking will often result in damage to the tiny capillaries in the nasal membranes. Your doc can confirm or exclude these suspicions.

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I was trimming my pubs with a sciossors & I accidentally cut my lip on the left sid. The skin is hanging of, it a smal cut & it was bleeding a litle but it stopped. Can I put vaseline? Will it heal with it?

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Dr. Vance Harris
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Pressure on wound: Put a small bandaid on it and if is still bleeding in the morning then see your doctor.If it is bleeding a lot then go to the er to get it to stop.Cover it with pressure and keep pressure for at least 20 minutes then keep bandaid and slowly remove it gently more pressure should get the bleeding to stop. It will heal but get it checked.
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My daughter has these bumps that looks like ant bites on her face arms and legs its about 20-30 of them. What its this its been there for a week now?

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A 38-year-old female asked:

I am 38 f obese with fatty liver. I have lost 42 lbs since march . My hair is falling out. Could this be a sign of cirrhosis?

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Dr. Vance Harris
Family Medicine 37 years experience
Probably not: Cirrhosis is not usually associated with hair loss.Any time there is a rapid reduction in weight or any kind of illness then we can see hair loss increase for several months. This type of hair loss comes back so not to worry. Good luck on your weight loss.
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A 37-year-old male asked:

Whats it mean when a woman urinates blood and has sharp pains on the side above hips?

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Dr. Vance Harris
Family Medicine 37 years experience
Many causes: The most common thing is a bladder infection but there are other causes like a kidney stone (should hurt) or something in the bladder like polyps or other growths. Some bladder conditions like interstitial cystitis can bleed. See a doctor for the right diagnosis as this could be something important. Always get sharp pain checked out as well. Thats our body telling us something is not right.

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