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could you tell me what's the best way to get rid of a headache without medicine?

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Dr. Maritza Baez
Family Medicine 17 years experience
Headaches: If you have tried all over the counterpain medications, you might consider a magnesium supplement, then see your doctor. You might need a daily medication like topamax (topiramate) or Propranolol to keep the headaches away. You can also find out if your headaches are coming from tension, eye strain, dehydration, lack of sleep/poor sleep, skipping meals, stress, sleep apnea/snoring, or chronic sinus problems.

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Does HRT cause or prevent heart and cerebrovascular disease?

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Hrt: By hrt i'm assuming you mean hormone replacement therapy in women. While this once thought of as protective it no longer is considered as such . A large study of nurses found increased cardiovascular events in women on hrt.
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How can I prevent carbon monoxide leaking?

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Keep aerated: Carbon monoxide is a product of burning of fuels. Make sure the area where the fuel is being burned, heat stove would be a common example, is well ventilated and the ducts are sealed in the pipes. It would also be adviseable to get a carbon monoxide detector.
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How can I use an exercise app to prevent cravings?

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Not sure: Your question is not very clear. Craving for what? Food exercise, etc? Usually cravings are caused by repeated use of a substance, i.E caffeine, chocolate, etc; your body gets used to this; the best thing is to wean yourself off. You can go cold turkey or slow wean. Drink water because most things are dehydrating, chart to see triggers: menstrual cycle, moods, weather etc to prepare yourself.
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I have headache in my head what I have to do?

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Dr. Keegan Duchicela
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Cause of headache: The best way to tackle a headache is to figure out what's causing it in the first place - is it a migraine, from not eating breakfast this am, from skipping a dose of a medicine, from not getting enough sleep? There can be many reasons. For the run of the mill dull headache, i usually like to try some Ibuprofen and/or tylenol (acetaminophen) first and see how it feels after an hour or so.
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What's the best thing to do to get pregnant?

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Dr. Kamel Sadek
Family Medicine 25 years experience
Education: Have intercourse on the days before, during and after ovulation (day 12, 13, 14, 15, 16) use a pregnancy kit to know when you are ovulating. After sexual activity, stay in bed with couple of pillows under your pelvis for 30 minutes. Have your partner eat healthy and exercise eat healthy, avoid alcohol and tobacco, exercise, take prenatal vitamins. Consult with your OB for advice and if religious, pray.

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