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Evaluate diet first: How was the acid pH diagnosed? If by pH strip testing of saliva or urine, these tests can reflect the ingestion of too much acid-producing foods in the diet. I would suggest keeping a 7-day food diary along with pH testing of urine (mid-stream) & have that information reviewed by a holistic (integrative) physician who is well-versed in nutrition as a first step, then assess if more wk-up is needed ...Read more
No.: Pandas is an acronym which stands for pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disease associated with streptococcal disease. No. By definition, pandas is a pediatric disorder. It is possible that adolescents and adults may have immune mediated ocd, but this is not known. The research studies at the nimh are restricted to children. ...Read more
It is possible:
If the squint comes and goes then it may be possible to watch and see if it gets any worse.
Sometimes it is possible to treat the squint with glasses or exercises.
If these do not work then it may be that we need to consider doing an operation to move the muscles which control the eye to a better position to straighten the eyes
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Out of Context: I am sorry but that simple sentence is completely out of context and missing anything upon which to respond. What is your concern? What are your symptoms? What caused you to get this test? Was the test a blood test? ...Read more
Psychologic effect: By acid, I assume you mean LSD. LSD can produce psychological effects and altered sense of reality. Remember the Beatles song Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds? The song is reportedly describes the effects of LSD. While it is not physically additive, using LSD on a regular basis, the hallucinogenic effect of drug can make it difficult for the user to have any normal sense of reality. So avoid use. ...Read more
Commitment: The uniformed services university of the health services (my medical school) had a number of olympic athletes. My intercollegiant volleyball coach (fran plunkett) was also an olympian. They made a committment to their sport. They made this a priority in their life and were very disciplined with their training. They were willing to make sacrifices. It means willingness to give more than 100%. ...Read more
It's OK-It's Organic: Are you referring to 2-hydroxypropane-1, 2, 3-tricarboxylic acid [CH2 (COOH)COH (COOH)CH2 (COOH)]? -or perhaps 4-methylbenzenesulfonic acid [CH3C6H4SO3H]? I guess what I'm trying to say is that there are so many, some OK, some not OK and others VERY not OK-would be hard to say, but if you stick to citric acid in fruit and maybe 5% acetic acid in vinegar you'll be OK. Stay away from Formic: you'll go blind ...Read more
Greater than 101:
98.6 degrees Fahrenheit is normal for adults. Give or take a few degrees.
If it goes about 101 - now a fever and need to treat it with acetaminophen, rest, and doctor visit. Infection is occurring and needs to be found. It can quickly spread to sepsis so get medical care soon if this applies to you. ...Read more
Adult add/adhd is becoming more prevalent, and much research has been taking place in this area. The following link provides a good basic review of some common symptoms seen in adults with attention issues. Best wishes.
http://www. Webmd. Com/add-adhd/10-symptoms-adult-adhd. ...Read more