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My 5m old baby keeps on spilling partially digested milk a no. of times in a day.I m worried about his health.should Igive gim some medicine?

My 5m old baby keeps on spilling partially digested milk a no. of times in a day.I m worried about his health.should Igive gim some medicine?

Infant reflux: This is actually a very common condition, but rarely is it really a problem. Infants are prone to spitting up like this - they eat a liquid diet, are laying down a lot, and have underdeveloped valves that help keep the stomach contents from coming back up again. All of these things improve with time. The more important question is whether he is growing and gaining weight. If he is, don't worry! ...Read more

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My daughter has a lose baby tooth that is stuck forward but won't come out. I'm worried if she falls over it spill go through her lip?

My daughter has a lose baby tooth that is stuck forward  but won't come out. I'm worried if she falls over it spill go through her lip?

Pediatric Dentist: See a pediatric dentist. The primary tooth may in fact be keeping the permanent tooth from erupting into the proper position. Probably better off to have the primary tooth extracted. ...Read more

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I have a bald spot from a chemical spill on the left side of my head from when I was a baby. Now that I'm older it is kind of showing. How can I fix?

I have a bald spot from a chemical spill on the left side of my head from when I was a baby. Now that I'm older it is kind of showing. How can I fix?

You decide: You can wear a hat, style longish hair to cover it, shave the rest of your hair, decide you like it and tell everybody 'This is where I tipped over a drum of sulfuric acid' or whatever, ask a specialist about hair transplant, and/or give yourself the best gift you possibly can -- focus on fitness (95% of any guy's looks) and being a nice guy and most folks will decide the spot is 'way cool.' ...Read more

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What it means in HSG test results? Small restricted spill on the left side but no spill was seen on the right side.

What it means in HSG test results? 
Small restricted spill on the left side but no spill was seen on the right side.

"Left out": Your left tube is barely allowing any flow and your right Fallopian tube is closed. This scenario means you may be "left out" in attempting future pregnancy tries without IVF assistance. ...Read more

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My boyfriend spill acid and some got into his yes what's the best solution?

My boyfriend spill acid and some got into his yes what's the best solution?

ER: Lots of water to rinse, and go to er for full eye exam. Acid can continue to cause injury long after exposure, and could cause scarring or blindness. ...Read more

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My brother has a cough. When he spill there a blood in his plemgh?

My brother has a cough. When he spill there a blood in his plemgh?

Immediate evaluation: Your brother should be evaluated immediately for the cause of this cough & blood in his phlegm. Presence of blood in phlegm usually signifies significant injury to airway walls &/or blood vessels & could be due a wide variety of causes (ranging from acute & chronic infections, vasculitis, malignancy etc.). Evaluation by his doctor & some tests can help clarify the cause & guide treatment. Go now! ...Read more

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Do I really need to shower in the hall of the lab bldg if I spill a chemical on me?

Do I really need to shower in the hall of the lab bldg if I spill a chemical on me?

Yes: You should. Depending on the chemical, burns are common, and can be severe. This follows the surgeons motto "the solution to pollution is dilution.". ...Read more

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Heard you should order sugarfree soda on airplanes (less sticky if kids spill). Are sugar replacements ok for kids?

Heard you should order sugarfree soda on airplanes (less sticky if kids spill). Are sugar replacements ok for kids?

WATER best! ; ): Sugar replacements, in common sense amounts, should be fine, but good ol' water best in this age of too much sugar and other refined carbohydrates. ...Read more

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