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Effects Of Hot Weather On Male Fertility
Complicated: Some are because insect bites are more frequent in warmer climates, people then scratch them and by breaking the barrier created by intact skin create the opportunity for entry of the bacteria. You also perspire more in hot climates and this may increase bacterial release from sweat glands, but this is only theoretical. ...Read more
Depends on condition: Windy, wet, hot, cold are all very different conditions and must be taken into account when training. Certainly a wet surface will make you more prone to a slip and fall and perhaps that would be a good track day or indoor cross training day. Hot-think fluids and sunsreen; cold-think layers. http://www.worldkeepsrunning.org/advicepage.aspx?adviceid=16. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Do kids feel hotter than adults when its hot and colder than adults when its cold? Why are children more likely to fall sick in changing seasons?
Ask one at a time.: Do kids feel hotter when it's hot? No. Do kids feel colder when it's cold? No. It's an individual thing; some people tolerated higher or lower temperatures better than others. The very young and very old tend to be more susceptible to the effects of extreme heat and cold than people in the middle, but once again this is an individual thing, and doesn't mean they "feel" hotter or colder. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not sure.: If you mean plain old viral upper respiratory and gastrointestinal type symptoms it may be related to the fact that temperate climates circulate viruses with less respect for the seasons than the more extreme latitudes. It's always flu season at the equator. It could also be that you are a traveller and exposing yourself to novel viruses more in temperate zones? ...Read more
Do people in hot weather places get more varicose veins (assuming heat dilates veins) than people in cold places?
The very humid and hot Florida weather through the year makes people drench in their sweat. Can people get heat stroke in it?
April thru october veins have become much more noticeable in arms/hands/feet. There are more every day. 24 y.O woman. Bcp changes/withdrawal related?
Not pathologic: The warm summer months results in vasodilation (relax) of veins allowing for release of heat from the body, hence making the veins "appear" more prominent. Exercise program contributes to this, but not bcp. Recent pregnancy is another risk factor. Prominent veins are generally not a bad sign, especially when present throughout the body parts. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can being in perimenopause cause one to feel hot a lot? Not hot flashes, just feeling warmer than usual a lot of the time, especially at night.
Sexual Difference: Part of the reason is genetic differences between men and women Women typically display greater levels of some antigens in triggering auto immunity ...Read more
In general, is heat stroke more common in hot and humid florida than in the northeast? How to care for this dangerous condition?
More common in heat: Yes, heat stroke is more common in hotter areas. As for treatment, if you have heat stroke you need to be in the hospital as it can be life threatening. There are measures you can take to prevent heat stroke such as exercises early in the morning when it is cooler and making sure that you are drinking plenty of water when exercising or working outside. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mostly women over 30: Endometriosis is usually found in women over 30. It is defined as endometrial glands outside of the uterus (ovaries are the most common site) and is thought to be caused by prolonged retrograde menstruation. It is the most common cause of female infertility and risk factors include nulliparity (no history of childbirth), family history, and low bmi. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Daily water intake for female, age 21, 266lbs, 5"6 height, lives in northern ireland (cold climate), not very active at all. Thanks?
Jumping Conclusions: There are more cases of throat cancer in men. Hpv is one of the causes of throat cancer. Does not mean there are more hpv induced throat cancer in men. Additional causes (some may make hpv induced more likely) include smoking, alcohol, poor oral hygiene, chronic inflammation, smokeless tobacco, etc., all more likely in men. Further studies need to be done to determine if hpv is the main cause. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes on average: Bacteria are programmed to grow at rates related to environment including food source availability, competing organisms and temperature. On average if the temperature is raised a little, the bacteria can grow faster. It too much of a rise, that may inhibit the growth. Bacteria inside the body grow adjusted to a fairly uniform temperature, but outside temperature will have little effect there. ...Read more
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