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Can Candy Go Down The Wrong Way
What's the best and fastest way to get rid of the pain from a sore gum due to the cap being too high? The dentist filed it down to fix it but it'sstill sore.
OTC pain meds +: Take some advil, motrin, aleve (naproxen) or what you normally take for a headache. You might need another bite adjustment or you may have a problem with the fit, or the nerve of the tooth may be inflamed. Let your dentist know what you are feeling. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Stop: stop and see a doctor can help you manage the withdraw symptoms and help you find the appropriate medication most meth users are self treating personal and medical problem a doctor can find the problem and treated it and help you get off the meth ...Read more
Can wisdom teeth pain go away and come back again? What can help the pain when you go to bed? And what the bad way to help pain? Just want to know???
Can you tell me the name of the rare disease where your feet go numb, and the numbness slowly works it's way up then back down your body?
Poss. Guillaine Barr: Guillaine barre disease is infectious or auto immune disease that affects nerves in body from periphery then progresses towards central body and if treated successfully gradually retreats over many months. Perhaps you are referring to this. ...Read more
See your doctor: You need to determine what is causing the knee in order for it get better. Your doctor may try to drain some fluid off the knee and perform other tests. ...Read more
Love is the answer: There's somebody in the world that you love -- otherwise you would not care enough to ask this question. Resolve that you will live meth-free for that person's sake -- and that you'll bear whatever pain it takes to get there as a gift to that person or persons. I'm so glad you've chosen to get off this terrible, life-destroying poison. Get help, and resolve to live well for the sake of your love. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The pulp thing that hangs down in the middle of your throat is swollen & it's on my tongue preventing me from swallowing efficie ntly. Is there something i can take at home without having to go to the doctor?
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It gets absorbed: I take it from your question that some orange juice went down your trachea, or airway. We call this aspiration, and unless it was a large amount or happens repeatedly it is not likely to cause any problem. It is acidic, so will be even more uncomfortable than other liquids in the airway, but will be absorbed into the body. There is a small chance it could cause a pneumonia, but this is not likely. ...Read more
Ice is quickest: Ice is the quickest way to make swelling go down. Ice helps most types of swelling, but especially swelling from trauma. For allergies, rinse the eyes with water and take allergy tablets and eye drops. For bags under the eyes, preparation h can actually help for the short term, but getting enough sleep is best. Sometimes blepharoplasty surgery is required. ...Read more
Diet and exercise: The healthiest way to lose weight is a healthy well balanced diet and regular exercise. Cut out all sodas and drink water instead. For snacks dont eat sugar filled cookies and such, instead opt for healthy snacks such as fruits, vegetables or even different kind of nuts which can also give you some energy. Get 7-8 hours of sleep at night which is important. Dont eat upto 2 hours before bedtime. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What can cause pain about half way up your forearm. Only when you are putting things down weighing any where from 5-50+ lbs.
Biceps tendinitis: Sounds like distal biceps tendinitis or tear. See an orthopedic surgeon if pain persists. ...Read more
Check ulnar nerve: Ulnar nerve entrapment at the elbow ( or other nerve syndromes) can radiate down your arm and give you numbness and tingling. Working out can exacerbate this either because you are flexing at the elbow or because of the repetitive impact. Yo should have it checked out by a hand surgeon. ...Read more
OK: If you are able to type this you have excluded a life threat. If something did go into your lung you may have the tell tale sign of persistent cough followed possible by fever and shortness or breath. If not, probably nothing is in your lung. If alone and something caught in airway and can't breath - jolt epigastic area to pop it out or hold your hands around throat to alert others to help. ...Read more
Can brushing the back of your tongue cause the tastebuds to swell up. Coz mine don't seem to go down at all?
How long before the symptoms of sugar withdrawl go away eat a lot of candy n cut down a lot n i feel horrid?
Not long: Usually if you eat candy, sweets or soda you do feel better. However you bs may take more than 30 minutes to correct. ...Read more
Is ok to eat the string in rock candy without any harm its so hard to seperate the candy from the string does it break down well enough?
Healthy teeth: How are your teeth and professional ; home care, also your eating habit? If your answer is "average" or worse, please be careful! teeth are strong and will not break on most food, but that is provided that you've been on healthful eating habit with good nutrition for both the body ; teeth, and have cared for your teeth well. Teeth break often on food if any of above is missing from your life. ...Read more
Does candy and pop have triglycerideshow can I keep them down.I'm taking 40 milligram of zocor (simvastatin).?
Triglycerides: Soda does not contain triglycerides, and most candies also do not. They do make the triglycerides in your body go up however. Triglycerides are a combination of a fat backbone with sugars attached to it. When your sugars go up, triglycerides go up. If triglycerides are a problem for you, i suspect your sugar is also an issue. Stop eating sugary snacks. Eat a plant based diet. Read diabesity. ...Read more
When ever i eat a tootsie roll a headache starts, yet when i eat any other kind of chocolate I am fine. Is there something wrong with the candy?
Not just chocolate..: Tootsie rolls have many other ingredients besides chocolate. It is likely that you are reacting to one of the other ingredients. The ingredients of a chocolate tootsie roll are: sugar, corn syrup, partially hydrogenated soybean oil, condensed skim milk, cocoa, whey, soya lecithin, and natural and artificial flavors. ...Read more
My husband bit down in a piece of candy and he said that it felt like air went inside I his gum an now there is a air bubble on his gum wht is it?
Sometimes i get this weird buzzing or popping sound inside my head (almost like pop-rocks candy) and usually when i'm lying down. What is it?
I have a bad addiction to the candy lifesavers. They calm me down when i eat them. I can't help buying them. Is there anything that can stop this!?
Mindful Approach: I wonder about taking more time 2enjoy every single one. U might be gobbling them down 4 the crunch & missing out on the explosion of flavor in each candy. U might want 2try going 2a quiet place & holding one in ur mouth for 5 minutes w/out chewing it. Pay attention 2 ur thoughts & sensations. In situations where u find urself wanting one after another, try writing down what u r thinking & feeling. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I ate lots of candy about 7 months ago, ever since I have had sharp pains shoot through my molars; my dentist found no cavities...what is wrong?
More info needed...: Is pain continuous, only when you bite down, with cold liquids, or with something sweet? Did the exam by your dentist include radiographs? Answers to these questions would be helpful in providing you with advice. Lacking this info, best bet is to get a second opinion from another local dentist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Weird fizzling, like pop rock candy, base of skull up and down neck, can feel and hear it, happens frequently, what is it?
I have Celiac. I ate a piece of candy x2 days ago. I have not been able to stop vomiting. I cannot keep anything down, including liquids, gluten free?
Unrelated.: Hi. Yes, candy is gluten free. Even people with celiac disease being very compliant with diet can get a viral gastroenteritis. Your vomiting is not related to the candy consumption. However, the vomiting and inability to keep things down places you at high risk of dehydration and acid/base and electrolyte abnormalities. Try to sip things like Gatorade. Don't wait too long to see your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I ate a lot of hard candy over the recent week & now my left temple has a pressure & shooting pain that travels down my nose. Is it my upper teeth?
Just don't eat,: I know, easier said than done. But to avoid candy, which is really really tasty, you just have to have a lot of will power. Candy is tasty and inexpensive and everywhere. You just have to accept that candy is unhealthy and avoid it as much as you can. Perhaps replace with other sweet foods, like healthy fruit. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Alternatives: Part of the habit of eating is convenience, so resist buying it in the first place. Try buying substitutes for oral craving like celery, carrots, and other low calorie snacks. This is especially important if you are overweight as well. Add activities like exercise or some personal hobby to distract you. Enlist the aid of your friends to get substitute activities. ...Read more
Chocolate: Hard candy is simply sugar entirely with no nutrients at all. Chocolate candy will contain some anti-oxidants and mild solids which have a slight additive advantage. So calorie per calorie, chocolate is better. In no way is candy of any kind considered a portion of a "healthy" diet. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Candy\ tooth decay: My brother had a great idea years ago. He would let his kids eat as much candy as they wanted but only at one sitting and only once per week. It's the amount of time that the candy is in contact with the teeth that causes tooth decay. Therefore limit it as much as possible but once per week regardless of amount is better that constantly all through the week. Sticky candies are worse that chocolate. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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