A 34-year-old member asked:
every time i try ashwagandha, it works for a few hours, then gives me a headache for the rest of the day, is this normal?
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Holistic Medicine 21 years experience
No: Ashwagandha (withania somnifera) is an herb that is classified as an adaptogen meaning it helps the body with stress. It is a very safe herb with little side effects that i recommend often for fatigue, poor sleep, and anxiety. However, it is possible that you are having an adverse reaction make sure you are using a standardized extract from a reputable manufacturer and stop using for a while.
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Sports Medicine 15 years experience
Probably not: Sounds like ashwagandha is not for you; you are sensitive to it.
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A 43-year-old member asked:
What might cause random breakouts of rashes throughout the day?
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Orthopedic Surgery 54 years experience
I kno some: Vasomotor causes as a reaction to stress embarasment. Sun can cause them in some on certain drugs. Also some have a disease called pyphoria. )not sure of the sp). Some mild, some cases are serious.
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A 47-year-old member asked:
How can I decrease my resting heart rate below 70?
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Cardiology 22 years experience
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A 46-year-old member asked:
How might my migraine headache be treated?
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Specializes in Pediatrics
Several possibilitie: First identifying triggers in the diet or lifestyle are important as that may abort them altogether. I also suggest chinese medicine and acupuncture as I have seen headaches disappear during treatment. There are also medications that can help a great deal when one starts.. So having several options is very helpful!
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A 30-year-old female asked:
My baby is one month and 25 days she just took the rota vaccinatin and vommited right after 2 minutes is that ok or do I have to repeat the vaccination?
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Pediatrics 46 years experience
Repeat if desired: A general "rule of thumb" for oral meds is any vomiting within 15 minutes loses all the med & if needed it can be repeated. Vomiting after 30 minutes not so much.I try to let a kids stomach settle for an hour or so before repeating any med. I'm not a particular fan of this vaccine & don't consider it one of the must haves.
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Grand Prairie, TX
A 18-year-old male asked:
My sister got her period last week and it came back 4 days later what could it be?
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