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If someone ends up passing out from asphyxiation... How long does it take them to regain consciousness?
That depends on: Cause of asphyxiation? - need more data. ...Read more
Asphyxiation is a broad term used to describe the obstruction of oxygen supply to the lungs and ultimately the body. Asphyxia can be the result of choking, advanced lung conditions such as cystic fibrosis, asthma, and COPD, as well as gases that reduce the normal concentration of ...Read more
"aspiration? ": I'm guessing that you probably meant aspiration (not asphyxiation) pneumonia. Asphyxiation essentially means suffocation. Aspiration is when food or bacteria from the mouth gets into the airway and lungs. This can result in inflammation, and about 25% of the time a true infection will develop. Sometimes if there is no infection, we call it "pneumonitis". Antibiotics help if infection. ...Read more
Difference between cross leg orgasm by holding breadth and auto erotic asphyxiation and which one is dangerous..... Plssss help?
Asphyxiation: Is more dangerous. Holding breath is safer as you can release that faster usually, unless u lose consciousness. I understand why you would do this, but I would not recommend it. There are other ways, that are safer, to heighten u'r orgasms ...Read more
Is cross leg orgasm by holding breadth and auto erotic asphyxiation is different or not and if different then what is the difference?
Different.: Auto erotic asphyxiation uses methods other than holding breath, like bags, self strangulation, chemicals etc. This is life-threatening and very dangerous. Holding breath will cause you to faint if you don't breathe out the carbon dioxide. Not recommended since one thing might lead to one of the above to achieve better results. Psychiatrists might help with this condition. ...Read more
If someone passes out from inert gas asphyxiation, once brought to a place where there's oxygen how long will it take to regain consciousness?
If someone had a petechiae rash all over their face from asphyxiation how can you get it to go away sooner?
Asphyxiation at birth, damaged my pituitary causing panhypopit, five pineal cysts, and chiari 1. Is it possible for my conditions to worsen as I age?
Many things: Acute means new or sudden onset. Colitis can come from many things: infectious, ischemic, ulcerative, crohn's, etc. Each type of colitis may be treated differently depending on its cause. Needs a complete medical evaluation with their doctor to determine the best coarse of treatment. ...Read more
Unusual but possible: An acute CVA may have precipitated the fall, but if blood vessels are occluded or compressed in the neck, trauma could increase the problem. Trauma may also cause a blood vessel dissection, and direct issues with bleeding in the brain ...Read more
Fluid block in eye: The eye has an internal clear fluid circulation 24/7. This is called the aqueous humor. The iris in certain shaped eyes (usually farsighted) can obstruct the outflow and within 1/2 hour the pressure can skyrocket to dangerous levels. This is an emergency, can be stopped with certain drugs and prevented with laser. See your ophthalmologist immediately if you suspect this condition. ...Read more
There is no cure except for surgery to resect the rectum - there is treatment which can cool off the inflammation and hopefully the condition will abate - it can come back depending on the cause
proctitis is one of the most difficult things to treat in gastroenterology. ...Read more
Likely an xray dx: This was likely remarked on an xray. Although maybe not clearly a fracture on xray, there is just enough abnormality that the physician or radiologist felt like they needed to comment on it in a manner that wouldn't commit the diagnosis either way. Sometimes, it is necessary to have a follow-up xray in 2 weeks or so to determine if there is a fracture. Alternatively, ct or MRI may be ordered. ...Read more
Starting with "itis": That -itis in Medicalese only means "inflammation." It doesn't explain why. So, an "acute" bronchitis is a sudden inflammation of the bronchi, usually infectious, sometimes allergic. "Chronic" bronchitis is long-term, and is really referring to a form of COPD, the "blue bloater" type w/ mucus production vs. "pink puffer" emphysema. Asthma is sometimes also classified under the COPD umbrella term. ...Read more
Identify trigger: There are many reasons for cough and the treatment depends on the cause of the cough. Severe cough may indicate a foreign body in the airway or esophagus (food tube), infection or post nasal drip. Rather than suppress the cough, a child should be evaluated to make sure there is no severe underlying lung condition. ...Read more