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Can It Be More Likely For Me To Get Diabetes If My Ma Has It
1:70: The rate of spontaneous twins is about 1:70. ...Read more
If my eye pressure has come out to be 24, is it for sure that i have glaucoma. if yes, then how can it be treated.?
Not definitive: Glaucoma is a condition in which the eye pressure exceeds the ability of the circulation in the back of the eye to withstand it. A pressure of 24 is normal for some. If you have no field loss, thick corneas and healthy looking discs, then you probably have nothing to worry about. Get a second opinion with an ophthalmologist to see what your status is. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
If u have cured the STD u had and it was there for about 3months can be a way it can cause u not to have children, like could u tell there's a block?
No guarantee: An x-ray procedure showing tubes are open is no guarantee they will work if they are. Many who have STD's treated will not have tube damage, but any damage could lead to poor function without full blockage. You may want to wait until you have trouble conceiving to do all the testing. There are ways to bypass tubes through IVF, to have kids. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 4 year old is getting boils is there anyway i can get it to drain and have it not be as traumatizing for her.
Hello . My wife suffer some pain in her breasts and she took an ultrasound for it. A doctor said it is possible to be fibroadnoma can I send it to you?
Yes, we can guide yu: Your wife may not have any serious problem as the complain she has is usually caused by benign conditions. So there is no immediate rush to find a doctor. But she will benefit from seeing either a breast cancer specialist or an oncologist who can provide proper testing and supervision for her long term care.. ...Read more
If I have chilblains, will i be more prone to getting it again in the future or is it a come and go disorder?
You are more prone: Chilblains are a tissue injury that occurs when a predisposed individual is exposed to cold and humidity. The cold exposure damages capillary beds in the skin, which in turn can cause redness, itching, blisters, and inflammation. A history of chilblains is suggestive of a connective tissue disease, thus, you are more succeptible to having it again. ...Read more
If I've had laparoscopy before is it going to be harder to have it to get my gallbladder out? Will I be more likely to have to have an open one?
How bad is it to have fungus in your feet? Can that lead to gangrene? Im seeing my doctor for something else soon, should I ask for a perscription?
Herpes: Genital herpes is a chronic sexually transmitted infection caused by the herpes simplex virus (hsv). Historically, hsv-2 accounted for a majority of genital infections; however, hsv-1, which usually infects the orolabial area, now accounts for up to 50% of first-episode cases. These are often multiple, resulting in shallow, painful ulcers that may merge. The symptoms last for approximately 7-14 d. ...Read more
What do you suggest if i would like to get a tattoo but every one in my family has blood problems so would it be dangerous for me to get 1?
Is it possible that my cold symptoms become more severe as i get older? If so, why? It feels that way to me; I have no allergies (already tested).
Ancient: At 34 it is all downhill. Your immune function may begin to fade when you pass the age of 60, but that does not necessarily mean that would make your cold symptoms worse. It is always difficult to remember exactly what the last cold felt like unless you have been keeping detailed records. Relax. ...Read more
Is it possible not to get trich from someone who has it? Like if it wasn't a risky situation and you have a good immunity?
SUI?: By SUI do you mean stress urinary incontinence? since the age of 15? That is pretty unusual. SUI is usually caused by pelvic muscle weakness and how the bladder / urethra sit in the pelvis. I would see your doctor and have an exam done. There are treatments available - Kegel exercises, physical therapy or surgery. ...Read more
My ophthalmologist told me that a corneal transplant would not get me to 20/20 vision and it would take a year to see out if it. Y have i heard diff?
Depends: On what your problem is and why you need the transplant. Many problems are now treated with partial transplants which have very rapid visual recovery. Other problems require traditional complete transplants and it is true that it can take many months for vision to get as good as it's going to get. A year is on the long side. Send some more details and i'll give you a more precise answer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How can I know if i can make a baby and when is it most possible for me to make a baby if I have a 44 cycle?
Testing: One cand get tests to tell if they are ovulating. A basal body thermometer can be used on a daily basis to also tell if ovulation occurs. Irregular cycles don't necessarily mean one cannot get pregnant. If there are no physical problems with infeciton, scarring, blockage or metabolic or endocriine diseases, then pregnancy is very possible. You may wish to see an ob/gyn/fertility md. ...Read more
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