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I just got out the bath and blanked out I think I might have had a seizer. Should I take my seizer medication?
Seizure: Yes, if you have a history of seizures you should take your seizure medication. ...Read more
Reason why HR went to 201 in hot bath? And yes I have been known to have a HHR is it bad to reach max HR? On no medication
Try: Please get hibiclens soap at the drugstore. Can wash scalp daily leave on 5 minutes before rinsing. ...Read more
My brother has real bugs living in his skin where and what do I do to help and he is not on drugs and yes he takes a bath?
Scabies?: His primary care doctor can treat scabies. After treatment, the scabies lesions will still itch for a few weeks. So, people generally do two treatments and just presume the scabies are all dead. After that, if one is not scratching so hard that he is creating his own new skin lesions, then any spontaneous new lesions would be suspicious for new live scabies mites. ...Read more
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Ringwom all over body ' is it possible for me to bathe 30 min in Morton Epsom lavender salt to help dry it? Or will it spread more. Medication failed
I was in a geothermal bath with sulfur minerals/mud and my eyes got irritated and started stinging for over an hour. Should I be worried??
Sensitivity varies: Geothermal baths can increase vascular size and volume which can cause some increase in eye redness briefly. This is the most likely thing you have experienced although slight irritation from the bath salts might also be operative. This should all fad quickly as geothermal baths are not toxic in any known way. ...Read more
Would an ice bath help for intestinal inflammation like swollen hemorrhoids? What else could help, anti-inflammatory drugs?
Sometimes sitz baths: Help which are not iced, but rather room temperature to help reduce swelling. There are medication for hemorrhoids to reduce swelling and pain that's safer than taking NSAIDS, that could cause some bruising, or oozing if bleeding is a problem. Talk to your PCP so s/he's aware of the problem, and it's documented. ...Read more
I shared a mineral/salt bath with someone who was on their period. They were wesring a tampon. Is there any risk of std or hiv transmission?
It is very very unlikely that any microorganism would be transmitted in the situation you described.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. 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. ...Read more
Took bath salts drug years ago, lost all pleasure in life. Got better. Brought it back by abusing adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine). Now left lifeless. Dopamine?
Bath salts: Can cause your brain to stop producing its own neurotransmitters. I would continue to work with a doctor to address the depressive symptoms present. ...Read more
Can salt water baths help a woman's pH balance? I am very sensitive so medications always throw my levels off after I am done taking them.
Maybe.: Epsom salt baths can help lots of problems - muscle aches and pains and some wounds. I'm assuming you're speaking of your vaginal ph balance? If so, ingesting healthy bacterial flora such as acidophilus and bifidophilus, and active yogurt cultures would be most helpful to replenish your normal vaginal ph. Good luck! ...Read more
How do I treat a thrombosed hemorrhoid I have tried hot baths, suppositories, medication cream and ib profhen. What can I do.? I am miserable and everytime the blood cycle flows thru the rectum, I am crying in pain, I have been awake all night.
Is bathsalt really for baths? I read that people are using bathsalt for drug habits? Is it happening a lot?
These salts can kill: These bath salts are not for bathing. Bath salts abuse is on the rise. It's call bath salts and labeled "not for human consumption" to avoid being illegal. It's a stimulant that can cause agitation, high blood pressure, hallucination, psychosis, and suicidality. There has been report of deaths and suicides because of it's use. ...Read more
Yes: Depends on how concentrated. Epsom salts and mineral salts in the bath can be very beneficial for the skin. They do help draw out toxins as well as provide some mineral nutrients for the skin. Using them according to directions will be the most beneficial. ...Read more
May help: The answer to questions such as "are whirlpool baths really necessary to overcome drug addiction" is: no, it is no necessary. But it may be used as one part of the many means to reach the desired end. Thus can be especially effective in the patient's trying to overcome opiate withdrawals. ...Read more
With Supervision: Children need to be supervised at bathtime. Do not leave your child, or even turn away, to answer the door or phone. Do not make the water deep, or too hot. Avoid getting water in mouth or nose, as this may frighten your child. Avoid getting soap in the eyes as this is uncomfortable. ...Read more
Bathing and Swimming: There is an old myth that you cannot swim after eating. This myth is false. It has been debunked numerous ways and numerous times. So, it is both safe and fine to swim or bathe after eating if that is what you want to do. ...Read more
Interesting question: At 2 wks, a kid does not make bo or run thru mud. S/he can often be cleaned with localized sponging. If you avoid lotions (they attract dust and sour), a bath 2-3x/wk in tepid water is more than adequate for most infants. More frequent bathing may remove normal body oils and increase flaking and dryness. ...Read more
Anxiety: Take a hot bath which will relax your muscles. ...Read more
Dream come true:
Any kid would love a mud bath!
mind the temperature and there are always showers close by. ...Read more
Cultural tradition?: If you wish to do this as a traditional ritual, consult your religious advisor. Do not expect any real medical benefit. Consumed in large quantities it is toxic to brain and eyes. Find a way to quit smoking. Consider going to hypnosis about 20 times. ...Read more
Steps vary: Sponge bathing is typically recommended for babies until the umbilical cord falls off or until the infant boy's circumcision area has healed well. The first step includes preparing the area to avoid leaving baby alone to gather more items. After that gently wash baby's head and face and work down to the lower part of the body. Remember to clean between genital folds. Enjoy the time together! ...Read more
Maybe: Water urticaria. Have you seen an allergist? ...Read more
Water: The water is probably too warm. Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more