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Behavior Pregnancy Exertion
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Not sleeping, irregular periods, violent coughing, insomnia, depression, anxiety, rapid heart beats, weight loss, difficulty breathing. What's wrong?
See your doctor: One possible cause is thyroid imbalance. Hyperthyroidism can cause insomnia, light or missed periods, shortness of breath, weight loss, change in appetite, nervousness ; other emotional reactions, palpitations, - as well as fatigue, irritability, sweating, loss of hair, loose stools, tremor ; weakness. ...Read more
Can emotional, physical, sexual and verbal abuse, control and threats during pregnancy cause such disorders as toutetts, ocd, odd, anxiety?
Maybe not cause but: Certainly uncover or make worse any of those issues noted. Intervention should be done as soon as possible to protect the expectant mother & the unborn child. There is evidence to support the belief that children of mothers who have untreated psychiatric problems during pregnancy have babies who are at risk for behavior & mood disorders as children & adolescents or even later in life also. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Aortic Regurgitation - When are pounding/forceful heartbeats felt? During strenous activity? Lying down? Routine activity? Sitting? Are they constant?
Aortic valve leak: If severe aortic valve regurgitation is present, it will often cause widening of the pulse pressure; the difference between the systolic (top) and diastolic (bottom) blood pressure values will increase. This may or may not be perceived by the patient. As w/ most cardiac conditions, it is likely to be more symptomatic w/ strenuous activity. Diagnosis requires physical exam +/-echocardiography. ...Read more
21 and trouble maintaining erection without constant foreplay, even during porn and masturbation. Heart checked, hormone levels fine. Stress?
Most likely: In young men, erectile dysfunction is most likely due to stress from various sources, whether social, relationship, school/academics, financial, cultural, religious etc. You've already completed evaluation for middle age guy so unless you're taking more than just Anusol, it's most likely from stress, unless you smoke, in which case, you should quit, or drink to excess (same recommendation). ...Read more
Experiencing rapid heart rate (worsened by: psychological stress) . HR around 115 when I wake up. Excessive sweating while exercise. Reason?
My Wife is experiencing headache (time frame: gradual onset) (worsened by: psychological stress, during menstruation, skipping meals) (occurred: > 3?
Headache: PMS?: Headaches with stress or low blood sugar are common, and can also occur as pre-menstrual when estrogen levels fall rapidly, causing both emotional reactions (stress) and contractions of some blood vessels, which lead to headaches. "Missing meals" can cause temporary drops in blood sugar, which produce headaches as well. Consult a referral neurologist if these continue, for a specific cause. ...Read more
I am experiencing rapid heart rate (worsened by: psychological stress, after exercise) , chest tightness (worsened by: psychological stress, after...
Anxiety: Most of what you mention can result from an anxiety disorder. After seeing your doctor to rule out or identify medical conditions, please see a mental health professional to learn stress management. Peace and good health. Qigong and yoga can be good self-help techniques. See www.asch.net for referrals to professionals who practice clinical hypnosis. ...Read more
Pounding heartbeat very irritating. Cardiac exercise stress test no images and 48 hour holter monitor normal. Not anxiety can't fall asleep or woken?
Intermittent Rapid heart rate at rest and after warm bath/showers?! 2 week Event/Holter negative, even during intense exercise. Not anxious.
Rapid pulse: It would be helpful if you are able to accurately count your pulse(beats per minute) when you feel you're heart is racing to see if criterion for abnormally rapid heart rate is met. Exposure to heat does increase the heart rate until the body cools down. If your symptoms occur almost daily, the monitor should have detected tachycardia unless you didn't experience it while wearing the monitor. ...Read more
Is vigorous, high intensity exercise or prolonged, intense sexual activity safe if you're prehypertensive but otherwise healthy?
Start slowly: If you haven't been very active prior, ease yourself into exercise. High-intensity interval training can be great but also predispose you to injury if you don't have some fitness base. Otherwise, if you have no other issue, prehypertension isn't particularly concerning and exercise, including sexual activity, is good for you. Listen to your body though, and consider touching base with your doctor ...Read more
8 days late, no signs/symptom of pregnancy No recent added stress, no major changes to behavior/routine. Getting enough sleep. Regular periods. ?
Not necessarily: During pregnancy, some women (especially those with prior histories of depression and anxiety) can be at risk for developing depression and anxiety. This can be related to the physical and hormonal changes associated with pregnancy as well as the stress of the pregnancy (change is stressful even when it is a good change). Low potassium is not directly related to either, but can also occur. ...Read more
Cognitive impairment onset following gastroenteritis. No substance abuse, depresssion, anxiety or medication. Normal BP, bloodsugar and CRP. ?
Sudden? Gradual?: You don't mention how or if the impairment was confirmed, but distress, especially chronic and untreated, can itself take a functional toll on mental activity quality. If you can find even symptomatic relief for the GI pain, you might discover a cognitive improvement too. If not - maybe a psycho-neurological exam can find a basis. Nutrition also may play a role. If severe, seek answers. Good luck! ...Read more
Several skipped beats per minute for days! PCP says it is stress and anxiety. Any thoughts?Severe cardiac anxiety! Stressful life with an ill child.
28f resting heart rate 117 EKG norm shortness of breath not happening during exercise it happens while resting dizzy feeling?
Check your thyroid: At the very least, you need to have you thyroid checked and get an ekg. This is abnormal and should be properly evaluated by your physician. ...Read more
Constant concussion-like feeling/'headache' pain=0-2/10 for 7 mnths. CT of head, BP, Orthostatic BP, blood enzyme test, chest x-ray, BPPV test ALL NEGATIVE/NORM. Episode of apparent heart papitation?
Post Concussion : If you did have a head injury and concussion, it is not uncommon to have symptoms especially headache and fatigue for some months. Check google to see if there is a concussion treatment specialist or center in your area. The best medicine however is time. Hope this helps. Good luck ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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