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A 16-year-old female asked:

lam the nao de giam duoc mo bung?

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Dr. Tony Ho
Dr. Tony Ho answered
Infectious Disease 14 years experience
English: Please rephrase in english, thank you!
Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry 25 years experience
Mỡ bụng: Để giảm mỡ bụng, bạn cần giảm trọng lượng cơ thể tổng thể. Bạn có thể không bị thừa cân. To lose abdominal fat, you would need to lose overall body weight. You may not be overweight. I don't think HealthTap has Vietnamese language app.

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What are some good and easy ways to lose 25 pounds in 3 mo?

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Dr. Robert Purchase
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Impossible: That goal is not realistic. Good ways to loss weight involve losing no more than 1#/week. No weight loss is easy. You will loss weight by burning more calories than you consume. The best way is to exercise more and eat healthful foods. Any other way is a trick and a fad. Weight loss tricks and fads, at best, can result in short-term results but can cause negative health effects. Think long term.
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Agree.... There is no easy and good way to lose weight like that. If it were that simple we wouldn't have an obesity epidemic.
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A 68-year-old male asked:

How often should the dentist himself actually see me? My new dentist saw me only on my 1st visit, but not the 6-mo prophy nor the 3rd that 1st yr.

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Dr. John Van der Werff
Dentistry 39 years experience
Once a year: You may see different answers but i see my patients at least once a year.
Dr. David Eidman
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At least once per year. I prefer to see my patients twice a year. And, of course, if my hygienist thinks I need to take a look at something.
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A 30-year-old female asked:

What causes a high MCV an a high MCH and high ne# mo#?

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Need more info: How high? A high MCV can be seen in some vitamin deficiencies, drugs, and alcoholism. You are stating "the flags" on your blood work. Need to know the real numbers and why the tests were ordered. Cannot interpret in a vacuum.
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A 36-year-old female asked:

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Dr. Robert Killian
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Medical Advice: Your question is so far out of the realm of what is best for this simple medical advice site. Your treating physician or physicians are the best to turn to for accurate advice in your situation. There are so many variables with what you describe here.
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I was wondering what are some potential problems of wearing monthly contact lenses longer than 1 mo?

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Dr. Tim Conrad
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Increased risk: Of infections and inflammatory conditions such as keratitis and giant-papillary conjunctivitis. Patients who over-wear and get these often very sorry they had to suffer these problems.

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