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Hot vagina: Steam occurs only at near boiling temps. It wasn't steam! Body temps vary but are under 101. ...Read more
My son has croup and a 103 fever. We have a vaporizer and been giving him tylenol (acetaminophen). We also put him in the bathroom with steam. Anything else to do?
Watch his breathing: As long as his breathing is not labored, watch and see would be fine. ...Read more
Used Oraquick HIV in bathroom & took about 8 min shower while waiting. Could steam affect results? Test was neg. Been 8 months if I was exposed at all
Nucleic acid test:
To be sure, get a HIV nucleic acid test.
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.
Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more
Bathroom question when I go to the bathroom well when I pee mostly I look down and see steam coming out of the tolet which I don't think is a good thing so could you tell me what it is and if it's bad
It: It would be important to determine if you are having other urinary problems. Try to note whether you are having pain with urination. It is important to note how many children you have, which can cause weakening of the bladder wall (cystocele) and can cause problems urinating. Also note whether you have problems urinating when you don't want to (with sneezing, running), or whether it is hard to go. If you have other symptoms, then see a gynecologist or uro-gynecologist to have a complete examination of your pelvic structures. ...Read more
Diarrhea normal for me, but tonight it looks like it's letting off smoke/steam. Never seen this. What's going on?! bathroom isn't cold; temp is bit high (99.6) but I pretty much always have a fever...
Not sure: Not sure why you have steamy diarrhea, but the fact that you always run a temperature and always have diarrhea is not something you should be used to living with. Best for you to see a GI doctor whose training is specific to determine the likely cause of your diarrhea and get you treated to help your bowel issues. Best wishes to you. ...Read more
I had to run hot water from the bathroom faucet many times a day for the whole weekend (3 or 4 days) to unclog the drain in the sink. The hot steam got into my eyes and irritated them every time I ran the hot water. Can this hot steam harm my eyes?
Probably not: So do not worryGet a more detailed answer ›
18 month old with croup. Wakes up screaming/crying non stop, throwing himself around like a tantrum. Breathing fine. Steam not calming. Er or wait?
Sleep disorder: If your daughter does not wake immediately when you touch her and has no breathing difficulty, she is in the midst of a night terror an anomaly of sleep like sleep walking. If she wakes immediately it is a nightmare she will remember specifics. Night terrors occur in deeper sleep kids have no memory of them and often reflect sleep deficit. More sleep over several days will fix it. ...Read more
Many causes see doc: Can't tell on this forum. See your doctor and get it checked. ...Read more
It can be:
Everyone is different in terms of their bowel frequency. What's your normal frequency?
Its not ok, if you feel constipated, bloated, having pain or having to strain alot.
Drink alot of fluids, increase fibers. If you have discomfort and home remedies, over the counter meds aren't working, please see your doc asap. Feel better. ...Read more
Possibly could: Create urge to urinate.Get a more detailed answer ›
Not strange: Many people are inhibited in bathroom use away from their home. ...Read more
Dryness: Frequently, vigorous wiping oneself with dry tissue after toileting can cause dry irritation of the skin in that area. Using a little water to dampen the toilet tissue, if that is possible, or applying lotion immediately after can be helpful. If you notice blood and pain, then you may have progressed to tissue injury called a fissure, . Fissures usually heal, but may require medical attention. ...Read more
4-6 hr minimum: Babies usually urinate every 2-4 hours, and may have a bowel movement every feeding. If you are concerned that your child is not getting enough to eat, this is a good guideline to follow. Bottle fed and breast fed infants have different stool patterns and consistencies;. ...Read more
Not in any real sense. You may lose a few hundred gram with a bm or stool, but you still have the same amount of fat and don't look a bit different. Drinking fluids to force urination or laxatives to cause defecation is a sure way to get into trouble.
Real weight loss is achieved with diet and exercise. Make a durable lifestyle change. ...Read more
Sex in public?:
Now, here is the question to give me pause.
Can you imagine how many humans have masturbated in every imaginal situation? Not only in every room, but in every situation?
The only health concern I would have is discovery and the work environment where one must be productive and professional.
But, even the world's oldest literature describes the reality of the sexual experience for humans. ...Read more
Solve the cause: The question is why are you going to the bathroom? It may be as simple as drinking too much fluids before bed. Other reasons could be a urinary track infection, enlarged prostate, overactive bladder, pregnancy or possibly sleep apnea. Medications can also cause you to have to urinate as a main effect or side effect. If a trial of fluid restriction doesn't help, see your primary care doctor. ...Read more
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