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home remedies for wrinkle reduction?

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Dr. Jason Lichten
Plastic Surgery 23 years experience
Prevention: The best thing you can do at your home to protect your appearance and decrease the formation of wrinkles is to (1) protect your skin from the sun through the use of broad spectrum uva and uvb sunscreens and (2) do not smoke. Cigarrettes dramatically age the skin and produce wrinkles. Once you see signs of aging, consult with a plastic surgeon. Home remedies can erase more money than wrinkles.
Dr. Nina Naidu
Plastic Surgery 24 years experience
Wrinkles: On the face, using a topical agent with tretinoin is the best option. You can purchase an over-the-counter lotion, or for a more concentrated dose, see your physician and ask for a prescription. The medication is not generally covered by insurance.
Dr. Leonard Grossman
Plastic Surgery 36 years experience
There are many: See a professional advice from a dermatologist or a plastic surgeon. Good luck from NYC

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Are there any home remedies for pain?

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Dr. Kenneth Cheng
Family Medicine 31 years experience
Depends on cause: Home remedy pain relief will depend on the type of pain being treated. Musculoskeletal pain can be controlled by ice, or occasionally heat, rest, and immobilization. Pain to the head, chest, or abdomen should be evaluated by your doctor to make sure something more serious is not occurring.
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My tonsils are inflamed and I can't swallow. Are there home remedies that can help?

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Family Medicine 28 years experience
Salt water: Sounds gross, but gargling with salt water gives a lot of people relief. If you're having that much difficulty swallowing though, you should see a doctor because you may need an antibiotic and other treatment.
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Are there home remedies to treat pinworm?

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Dr. Robert Kwok
Pediatrics 33 years experience
Not in the U.S.: Vermox is the medication for pinworms. In the U.S., Vermox is by prescription only. I have heard that in some other countries, pinworm medication is over-the-counter.
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Are there any good home remedies that can prevent stds?

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Dr. Marcus Degraw
Pediatrics 22 years experience
Chastity belts: Anything you can come up with to keep someone from having sex. If your using those home remedies, and you never have sex (even oral, anal or digital) then you wont get an std. But if you have sex, there are no 'home remedies' to prevent infection. Sorry...
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Are there any home remedies to relieve gas?

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Dr. Troy Reyna
Pediatric Surgery 44 years experience
Possibly: Some say sodium bicarbonate will help relieve gas.

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