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Bottle Drying Rack
The towel?: Or the drying rack? Neither. Just clean them. A bleach solution or Oxiclean is fine for the towel. The drying rack,you might need to get a little more aggressive with ammonia based cleaners. There are commercial black mold cleaning products that you can purchase at home improvement stores. You can decide if the rack is worth keeping. The towel....no problem. Just disinfect in the wash. ...Read more
Had a lot of water today and i'm on my 5th bottle, and i'm trying to get to sleep but my mouth keeps drying up and making me thirsty. Why?
Start by 12 months: Start offering small amounts of water and breast milk or formula in a cup between 9 and 12 months of age. Then start working on weaning from the bottle at 12 months. Toddlers should be off the bottle completely between 15-18 months of age. The older a child gets, the harder it is for them emotionally, so it's best to start early. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I'm 16 and would like to know why I'm so angry all the time and annoyed I come from a good family but can it be that I bottle everything in?
Many possible reason: At your age, you may still be figuring many things out about yourself and your social world. It is a time of social pressures, school pressures , and upcoming changes such as college. Bottling feelings, as you suggest, is a possible reason. But understanding what exactly is bothering you would offer you the best explanations and ways to manage your feelings. Therapy could be very helpful. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If you had two differnt pills in the same bottle and one broke would it stick to the other? it had already been power formed after it broke can you just simply wipe them off? will it be ok? to take
Yes but: If you can see the powder that means that some , however minute the amount, would have stuck to the other. It'd be ok for you to gently wipe off the powder (no water). I presume that you are not allergic to the "broken" drug otherwise it would be a no-no. In practice, if you have been taking both drugs without problem, a little powder is not going to make much difference. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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