A 62-year-old female asked:
i have numbness in my left hand between little and and ring fingers. tingling in the cushion of hand on same side. about 4 weeks now. what should i do? ignore it?
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Internal Medicine 61 years experience
Nerve impingement: These are symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome where thickened wrist ligaments, from repetitive motions and activities, pinch nerves going into your hand. A hand surgeon diagnoses,advises and treats. Options are wearing a splint, injection of corticosteroid,physical therapy or surgery
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Does the same virus that causes genital herpes cause cold sores?
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Pediatrics 25 years experience
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Do all babies who are exposed to hand, foot and mouth syndrome always get sick?
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Specializes in Pediatrics
After 2 years of age: Pacifiers may be soothing to infants who have a very strong sucking instinct. By two years of age this instinct should be extinguished and the pacifier may start causing deformity of the palate and teeth.
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A 21-year-old member asked:
If I wash my hands regularly, can I prevent e.Coli infections?
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Family Medicine 31 years experience
Yes, sort of.....: Your frequent hand washing will help prevent you from spreading e. Coli to others. Your risk of contracting e. Coli, however, is dependent on the foods you consume and the hygiene of those who prepared your food.
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A 23-year-old member asked:
Is the stomach flu the same as seasonal influenza?
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Gastroenterology 20 years experience
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A 26-year-old female asked:
Can atarax (hydroxyzine) cause itching on feet and palms after stopping the medication?
2 doctor answers • 4 doctors weighed in
Dermatology 51 years experience
Atarax (hydroxyzine): Atarax (hydroxyzine) does not cause itching rather, stopping the drug causes the suppressed itch to come out once again.
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Last updated Oct 12, 2018
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