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7 Layer Mexican Dip
If licensed in US: Physicians trained outside of the us can practice here if they meet the licensing requirement of the us boards; this requires passing tests and often repeating a residency in the United States. ...Read more
Yes: If it is too spicy then it might cause problems. If it is mild and the baby seems ok afterwards, then that is fine. You might start with a very small amount. I once told a parent not to give chili to their baby. Then a dietitian at the pediatric hospital told them it was fine. ...Read more
Are meals with grain, veg, meat and spice every day good? I do a lot of stirfry meals like mexican, asian.
I had mexican style cheese tonight on a tac wll it hurt the baby? I didn't realize you couldn't eat certain cheeses. Will one time harm my baby an miscarry?
I doubt it: I never heard of this issue. Although alcohol and medications you take will enter your blood & possibly affect your baby, I don't recall any toxic effect of a food you would consume. If the cheese carried some specific bacteria that created the flavor, they would remain in your digestive tract & not enter your blood. Your baby is insulated in this way. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I just noticed or was told and then saw for myself that there was brown spots on my back I never noticed before? I'm 27, light skin Mexican That's 5'10. I looked it up and was scared about all the different things it could be.
Food safety: Doesn't matter type of restaurant, it matters how they keep and prepare food. ...Read more
Flatuence: Certain foods are more likely to result in gas than others. Typically the crucerferious vegetables. Cabbage, broccoli, brussel sprouts and certain beans are most noteworthy. ...Read more
Not at all!: You may have a hard time remembering why and when you crap your pants but no, it won't protect you against poorly cooked or uncooked food... ...Read more
I just got a nosebleed after I ate a little piece of a Mexican sugar candy could it be possible or something else?
Unlikely: Nose bleeds are caused by picking, overly dry nasal mucosa (from cold dry indoor air for example), medication side effects (aspirin or other blood thinners or nasal steroids), and rarely from rhinosinus infection or some type of growth. See a doctor if frequent, lasting longer than 30min, or if it causes difficulty breathing. ...Read more
No: Only in john mccain.......He is so scooped wilth immigrants. Tea party republicans also can be affected. ...Read more
My boyfriend sucked my nipples and the day after that I got a bump, is it going to disappear soon? Should I put some "vitacilina" the mexican remedy?
Most likely: The lump is most likely due to the trauma of sucking and may be a hematoma (collection of blood from a broken blood vessel). I would recommend that you apply cold compresses to the area for 15 minutes 3-4 times daily. If it becomes red, hot, and painful, it may be due to a secondary infection and you should see your doctor for it. ...Read more
I don't know what I have but I caught it at the mexican boarder I was in calexico, ca. At the mx bourder picking up a load and I caught what I thought was the flue. Fever was realy high. The chills felt like it was 0 in the trk when I had the heater on fu
You: You need to be seen immediately in the er if you haven't already done so. Fever, chills, stomach pain, and shortness of breath are very concerning symptoms that are very serious. Please be seen immediately in the er so that you can be diagnosed, clearly it is a type of infection but the type needs to be determined immediately. This could be very serious and I ask that you go in immediately. ...Read more