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Ak Poly Bac Medication
Estimated bac? Female, 98 lbs, 6-8 shots in 1 hr 15 minutes, no medications taken, eaten previously, slightly happy, slightly drowsy. (that's it)
Too high: , 257 to 3.6 which is 3-7 times the legal limit and is getting to a dangerous medical level. ...Read more
I had a discogram two days ago, my bac is still numb & and I feel like I still have medication in me, should I worry.
Observe it: If no fever, chills, sweats, increased back pain, increased leg pain or weakness then observe it. If you have any of these, it may suggest you have discitis, which will require that you immediately see your spinal surgeon. Always better to have some numbness than pain -- if new leg numbness also see you spinal specialist. If any changes in your bowel/bladder function see your spinal specialist. ...Read more
I used to have bacterial vaginosis, I took medication and it went away but it came back, how do I remove it. After it went away, it came back, and I tried eating pineapples and yogurt, and took the smell away for a period of time, and it still came bac
The treatment may have not been effective or you are dealing with another type of infection that requires a different treatment.
You should follow up with your doctor to be reevaluated and treated accordingly.
Good luck. ...Read more
Hi there. Would taking vitamin C along with TB medication help to fight the bac. If yes. ..1000mg of vit c daily would do the job....
Vit C: Helps in repair of tissues, but does not help in eradication of tb. The antibiotics are the ones that kill tb. Vit b6 helps in preventing the side effect of one of the medicines, isoniazid. ...Read more
Back pain is common: Back pain is very common in pregnancy due to the extra stress on the back as the pregnancy progresses and you back is adapting to balancing the pregnant uterus. Your center of gravity shifts. Unless your back pain is due to something like a UTI, this won't effect the pregnancy. They make supports that help this. These include bands and things called belly bras. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Blood alcohol concen: Tration? If that is what you mean by bac, as the level in blood increases, so does the level in brain and rest of central nervous system, causing initial disinhibition, then later sedation, sleepiness, sleep and ultimately potential coma, decreased breathing and death. It also increases chances of damaging other organs- liver, pancreas, heart, stomach and duodenum and many other organ systems. ...Read more
Muscular v disc: This could be muscular pain referred over the extent of the muscle to its origin and insertion points or related to underlying degenerative discs or even a herniated disc. Other issues could include referred pain from a lung or pulmonary issue or gastrointestinal issue like an esophagitis or reflux. ...Read more
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Is it possible to have an inability to metabolize alcohol? I had 4 drinks in 7 hours and my bac was 2.4...Help me please figure this out!
How long does it take for my BAC to return to 0. I've read that it's 1 hour per drink, but also read that you have to wait 12-24 hours, which is it?
On average, the body metabolizes about 15 ml of alcohol per hour.
Alcohol is a poison that never did anybody any good, ever. So stay away from it.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
Sunday I woke up feeling sick, it's gotten much worse in the past 24hrs. Temp was 97.1, 96.4, & is now 96.1 just started taking meds for a bac infec?
No more info: What is your question? Why are you on antibiotics and which are you taking? This needs to be addressed to the doctor who is treating you. ...Read more
Yes: Chronic medical conditions like anemia can contribute to back pain and other musculoskeletal complaints. Anything that causes decreased nutrient flow to already compromised areas like the intervertebral discs can contribute to back pain. You can add nicotine use to the list as well. ...Read more
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Hello, a few days ago a pain in my back is causing troubles, when I put my head down I feel pain in the right side of my lower bac, k down of my ribs?
I had scoliosis surgery 2 years ago when I was 12 and now I am in pain at the lower part of my back which wasn't fused has something happened to my bac?
Recheck!!!: It is not uncommon to have some back discomfort after big spinal fusions. The good news is that in most cases the pain gets better with time and core strengthening. It is important however to check, with x rays, the status of your fusion, instrumentation and discs that were not fused. Best is to see the doctor that did the surgery, if not available, see another spine surgeon in your area. ...Read more
I have been in pain for 4 months now...it hurts the most when I get up after sitting for awhile on my right side right above my buttocks and lower bac?
Lower back pain: This could be a back strain or tendinitis. You should see an Osteopath who does manipulation and who could try a trigger point injection if deemed necessary if manipulation doesn't completely resolve the issue. Physical therapy with some modalities may also be of benefit ...Read more
I have been having a terrible headache for 5 days. I believe that I wake up with the same one. It attacks the left side of my head and goes to the bac?
Abrupt onset of a new or different type of severe headache, regardless of age.
Primary headaches do not have an organic cause. In contrast, a secondary headache is an organic headache that is symptomatic of an underlying problem.
Rec. See headache or orofacial pain specialist to rule out secondary headache. ...Read more