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Become Extremely Sensitive
Why has my penis become extremely sensitive lately? (sexually sensitive.) involrentary kegels are also a problem right now. Possible explanation
After a hard impact, my kneecap has become extremely sensitive to some touch. There is something between the skin and bone that I can slide around.?
Be seen: If it was a hard impact, you would be wise to be seen just to make sure you don't have a fracture; that being said, you probably sustained a contusion to your patella and have a small hematoma. ...Read more
I have become extremely sensitive to salt. I become dehydrated and have to drink a lot of water quickly. What could be causing this reaction to salt?
My penis has suddenly become extremely sensitive latley (sexually). So much so my clothes are stimulating. I am also having many involrentary kegels.?
Need Exam: I am sorry, but this may be one of the limits of internet medicine. You sound like you need to be examined in person. ...Read more
I am a 23 yr old female and my stomach has recently become extremely sensitive. I know I not pregnant. What could be causing this?
My penis has become extremely sensitive (not pain or discomfort, sexually sensitive) and I am having many involrentary kegels. Pelvic floor problem?
Need more info: I think your symptoms are unique and I would strongly advise you to consult with a urologist. ...Read more
After I removed my braces, I noticed that my bracketed teeth have become extremely sensitive. I am thinking either the enamel wore down in those teeth or my gums receded and the roots have become exposed. Can eitherof those problems be corrected fully?
Make sure: It. Would be best to discuss your concerns with the doctor that treated you. The sensitivity may be controlled by your dentist. Root resorption can be evaluated radiograhicly (x-rays), and gingival recession, if severe enough, may require treatment from a periodontist. ...Read more
Recently my eyes have become extremely sensitive to light. Sometimes I wear sunglasses inside to watch tv or my computer monitor. Also my eyes burn.?
After 3 month of stress and anxiety my resting hr has become lower. Heart reacts extremely sensitive to everything affecting hr. No heartproblem.
The question is?: You are 21. You do not have a heart problem. ...Read more
A recent traumatic injury or fall?
Are you under a lot of stress-causing teeth clenching or grinding?
All of your teeth or specific teeth?
You should see a dentist who will perform a thorough examination & x-rays and determine the cause and work out a treatment plan. ...Read more
Sensitivity: Where are you sensitive? Are you asking about self-esteem, emotion, or physically sensitive? Please be more specific, but my first advice is to seek a counselor to help with self-esteem or emotional problems. ...Read more
Increase sensitivity: Hard to say what the cause is do you work with any chemicals could be the cause should have certain vitamins check especially the b vitamins as well thyroid Lymes and General profile If you have a full work up in the past and everything was good try some b complex multivitamins or maybe if it isn't sign of anything bad you genetically have some improved awareness in your touch ...Read more
Depends: You're best bet is to avoid foods you're sensitive to. ...Read more
Sensitive to Cold: If this is a "new" feature for you, it could represent an underlying condition: http://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003095.Htm. As you note, some thyroid conditions and anemias may be at play. Check with your doctor to rule these out first. ...Read more
Fingertips and: Forehead! At least according to a recent study at the university college London! They used lasers to test pain perception (however they did not test known painful areas like the eyes and eardrums! I never considered the forehead to be that sensitive to pain, but that's what their research showed! ...Read more
If the types of: Things that don't upset others upset you - you may be overly sensitive. If people tell you that you take things too personally - you might be overly sensitive. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy can help if cognitive distortions cause you to be overly sensitive. Take care. ...Read more
OK: See a Doctor for an examination and they would be able to differentiate between the two. Good luck. ...Read more
Better than not: Feet have a very good supply of nerves, which is why it hurts so badly to step on sharp objects or stub your toe. Many of my diabetic patients have lost the "gift of pain", meaning they are completely oblivious to damage in the bottom of their feet because they are numb. As long as your feet are not in pain all the time, I would not worry about it--your nerves are just working better than most! ...Read more
Yes: If you have sensitive skin, then you are less able to tolerate harsh conditions and exposure to the damaging effects of ultraviolet light. This would in turn decrease your long term exposure to many of the elements that cause aging of the skin. I guess a glass half full view. ...Read more
Happy Skin: Skin is the major protection of our delicate internal tissues from a harsh environment, it is susceptible to injury itself. Sun, shaving and many chemicals are very irritating as well as constant exposure to moisture reduces protective skin oils and sets the skin up for injury. The trick is to apply good protective skin cream frequently and minimize ongoing damage. Clean it using gentle means. ...Read more