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Avoid Physical Exertion
What kind of physical exertion should be avoided for a patient with an aortic aneurysm w/a 70% chance of rupture?
I have this pain in the lower right side of the abdomen that appears during physical exertion, or comes and goes by itself. Could it be sth serious?
Is it normal for exercise/physical activity or physical exertion to cause nausea when I have gastritis?
After the physical exertion of masterbation, I can hear my blood swishing through my body. Is this normal?
Yes: Your pulse and BP usually would increase and you might well feel it throughout your body. ...Read more
What causes arterial lesions? I would think that too much physical exertion or disease might be the cause in many cases.
What lesions?: Excess physical exertion isn't a risk factor for any vascular disease. "arterial lesions" often means atherosclerosis, a very serious disease for which fitness is actually protective. You're right to be curious about disease, but avoid letting personal impressions or emotional beliefs influence what you do or share with others -- whether it concerns, health, money, love or anything else important. ...Read more
Is it advisable for a person to have a really cold beverage if they are overheated from exercise or other physical exertion?
No: When you are already overheated and then drink really cold beverage you will shut your stomach down and it might cause stomach cramps. I know you're not a horse, but if someone did that to a horse after it was racing, it would die. In chinese medicine, its not advised to drink iced drinks ever, because it damages your kidney energy. ...Read more
Yep: No worries with those numbers. The hr falls quickly in fit people. ...Read more
Hydration...: Hydration is not only drinking plenty of water. Actually you don't want to drink plenty of water. You need the electrolytes you are sweating away while exercising. Gatorade and the other liquid of similar nature are the best. Water alone doesn't replace electrolytes...Just the water you lost. ...Read more
Normal finding: I am amazed about how often I have women ask me about the veins on their breast. These are almost always normal findings and normal variations of chest veins. They tend to be more pronounced in fair skinned females and they may be related to hereditary factors, temperature, levels of hydration.Pregnancies can certainly increase these veins also. No treatment is necessary unless for cosmetics. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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