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I was dx'd with small fiber autonomic polyneuropathy and microvascular injury syndrome on skin bx. Am I going to die from this? Is this like bergers?
My dr told me I may have ischemic peripheral neuropathy. This scared me. What is it and is there a treatment? Is it progressive and fatal line bergers
Ischemic neuropathy.: Ischemic neuropathy is caused by a loss of blood flow to the nerves. The real question is why there was a loss of blood flow. Your doctor needs to identify why this problem developed. Once you know why there is a blood flow problem, you will then know how serious your condition is. ...Read more
Compatible partner: Someone you enjoy spending time with. Get plenty of sleep to avoid being tired. Have sex in pleasant, romantic surroundings. Above all take your time, never rush, plenty of stroking or massaging & kissing. Then comes foreplay including everything or anything that you & partner enjoy, oral manual or genital. Most women love attention to their clitoris. Then enter slowly & take time. Then post-play. ...Read more
1. Go to bed early enough to get adequate sleep.
2. Get exercise, because this will enhance your sleep efficiency.
3. Go to bed at the same time, and wake up at the same time every day.
4. Avoid alcohol prior to going to bed.
5. Manage your stress (that's a huge subject in itself). ...Read more
Maybe!: Women are better at communicating emotions and also picking up on emotional cues from whom they may be speaking to! Most experts agree with this. Males are generally more cloistered with their feelings! ...Read more
Learn them: With the help of a therapist you can work through your feelings and then choose how you want to act instead of acting impulsively to feelings. Psychotherapy can help one move from "reacting" to ones feelings to "reflecting" on ones feelings and then acting out of wisdom. Be well, . ...Read more
How can you "hath" on your "sailf? "
I don't know. I guess it would depend on whether it was the right hath or left hath. And really, the sailf is so much more than that. So do us a favor and ask the question again, if you hath the desire. ...Read more
Get eyes examined: vision can be poor for a wide variety of reasons. Rarely at age 24, medical ones like diabetes. Determining if the eye is a bit wrong shape and not focusing properly (nearsighted, farsighted) difficulty reading (which could be in the brain not eyes), one eye not working as well, glaucoma, etc. ...Read more
Communicate: A man who's a good lover is constantly asking her, 'What do you like? Do you like this? How does this feel? ' He varies what he does frequently and figures out how best to please her. He's also trying very hard to bring her to climax -- perhaps several times -- before his own ejaculation. The latter is inevitable; her getting full satisfaction is not. Cuddle afterwards and say nice things. Cheers. ...Read more
Anti nausea, inflamm: Ginger is a rhizome, not a root; contins chemicals that are anti inflammatory (modestly), and can decrease nausea, flatulence. Can cause heartburn, bleeding risk with certain meds, e.g. Blood thinners, or before surgery (not chinese or indian food, but high dose supplements). Helpful as dried ginger, ginger candy, ginger ale or beer, ginger tea, cooked. ...Read more
Depends on age: A baby or young child who seems to have a seeing problem should to see a pediatric ophthalmologist (eye doctor for children) to diagnose the problem. Sometimes, no problem is found. Other times, glasses are needed. Less commonly, there is a more serious issue in the eyes. Older kids can see a general ophthalmologist and be checked for nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, etc... ...Read more
It depends: On your individual situation. If your smile is bad because of decay, then you may need fillings or crowns. If it is due to crowding, you may need braces or veneers. If the teeth are too dark, then bleaching or veneers can help. I would recommend visiting your dentist to talk with them about your smile and what you don't like. ...Read more
Some options....: Some options to "naturally" improve one's vision include making sure one has all of the daily requirements of vitamins and minerals (taking a multivitamin will help with this), taking ocu-vit vitamins, and taking fish oil supplements (some studies have shown that fish oil supplements may help with eye health.). Lastly, wear quality sun glasses whenever outdoors to protect the eye from uv light. ...Read more
Maybe: Despite decades of hugely diverse claims, clear health benefits from ginseng are not obvious. This is in contrast to several other botanicals that are clearly effective for particular, narrow indications. It's an interesting botanical and I don't think anybody will have a problem with you experimenting. Let our physician know you're adding ginseng if you are taking anticoagulants. ...Read more