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How quickly can you get pregnancy symproms?

How quickly can you get pregnancy symproms?

They may occur: around time of missed period - but many don't start until 6 to 8 weeks out (or longer for other sxs). ...Read more

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Ileitis (Definition)

Ileitis = inflammation of the ileum (the last part ...Read more


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How can you get acute vaginitis?

How can you get acute vaginitis?

Vaginitis: Several possibilities. A common way to get vaginitis is by acquiring an infection during sex, that is called a sexually transmitted disease (std). You need to call your doctor for an appointment for an examination. ...Read more

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How can you quickly relieve constipation?

How can you quickly relieve constipation?

Not a simpe answer: It depends on history, such as how long have you been dealing with this and whatmedications have you been used to to relieve it.A detailed hist and phys isrequired including surgical history.Treatment also depends on the severity of symptoms. Generally speaking increase water intake, high fiber diet, and stool softeners are recomm.Laxatives are ok for prn use at times but should not be used chronic. ...Read more

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Can you cure diverticulitis?

Can you cure diverticulitis?

Maybe: Diverticulitis is an infection that occurs in/around a diverticulum (a weakness or blowout of the wall of the colon), usually treated with antibiotics. This may solve the infection, but it can happen again, as the diverticulum is still there, along with others as well, as they are usually multiple. Preventive measures may help diminish more attacks, but surgery may be necessary to 'cure' ! ...Read more

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What can colitis lead to if not treated?

What can colitis lead to if not treated?

Many things: True active crohn's colitis or ulcerative colitis, untreated, can lead to marked abdominal pain, fever, serious infections, weight loss, bleeding, anemia, malnutrition, etc. ...Read more

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How can you ( or could you) become immune to intestinal worms?

How can you ( or could you) become immune to intestinal worms?

You can't: Natural immunity does not develop to intestinal worms. Prior infection will not prevent future infection. ...Read more

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Can it be possible for you to live without your urinary bladder?

Can it be possible for you to live without your urinary bladder?

Yes: The bladder can be removed for conditions such as bladder cancer. The deversion of the urinary stream to a bladder substitute or a conduit to the surface so that urine can be collected in a bag would be necessary ...Read more

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How can someone most easily see a doctor quickly?

ER visit: If you have a potentially serious problem, the going to an emergency room is the fastest way to get help. If you have a relationship already with a doctor, they usually will see you on an urgent basis if a new problem has arisen and some have a few slots open for emergencies even if this is a new patient. Which is the easiest? It depends on your funding, history and degree of problem. ...Read more

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Can you tell me if you have chronic urinary retention can it lead to a urinary tract infection?

Can you tell me if you have chronic urinary retention can it lead to a urinary tract infection?

Yes it can: Important part of eliminating bacteria & preventing bladder infections is complete bladder emptying thus depriving bacteria of nourishment & eliminating ability to continually reproduce. Thus bacteria are able to reproduce, have time to attatch to bladder lining & feed in presence of urinary retention & thus have a suitable environment to encourage UTIs. ...Read more

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Can you please tell me how can an inactive gastritis lead to active gatritis then gastric cancer? Thank you.

Can you please tell me how can an inactive gastritis lead to active gatritis then gastric cancer? Thank you.

Yes...: H Pylori related gastritis can become active/ inactive and finally turn to gastric cancer. Other factors contribute to this process...timing, hot spicy food, medications. ...Read more

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Can you please define lymphoma and can you die from it?

Can you please define lymphoma and can you die from it?

Cancer & yes: Lymphoma is a form of cancer of the lymphoid tissues and a person can die from it. There are good treatments for most types of lymphomas. You may consult this site for info: http://www.webmd.com/cancer/lymphoma/lymphoma-cancer#1 ...Read more

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How quickly can you develop blood poisoning from a kidney infection if left untreated?

How quickly can you develop blood poisoning from a kidney infection if left untreated?

Urosepsis: Yes you can. It's called urosepsis. It's an infection that starts in the bladder or kidneys and the bacteria then spread to the bloodstream. The general term for infection in the blood is sepsis. It must be treated with antibiotics. You can get scar tissue in the kidney as well. ...Read more

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What if your gall bladder bursts, will you be able to tell?

What if your gall bladder bursts, will you be able to tell?

You would: Develop peritonitis, so you will be in extreme pain. You will not be able to tell that it was your gallbladder that burst and caused the peritonitis unless you have special tests, but peritonitis is a true life-threatening condition. You will be very sick. Talk to your doctor to get your gallbladder problem taken care of before this complication happens. ...Read more

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Can fluvoxamine causes ulcers? If they can, can you still get them if you take them with food?

Can fluvoxamine causes ulcers? If they can, can you still get them if you take them with food?

SSRI's Not related: Fluvoxamine, or luvox, (fluvoxamine) is an antidepressant in the ssri family. Individuals metabolize these medications differently and at different rates. Stomach ulcers are caused primarily by the bacterium h. Pylori. Ssri's to not seem to increase this risk. However, combining an ssri with heavy NSAID use can cause increased stomach discomfort in some individuals. ...Read more

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Can you bruise a muscle and if you can how long to heal?

Can you bruise a muscle and if you can how long to heal?

Yes and depends: Muscles will bruise with blunt trauma and there may be intramuscular bleeding. The amount of time for healing depends on the severity of injury and may vary from a few days to 4-6 weeks. ...Read more

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How can you take away pancreatitis pain?

How can you take away pancreatitis pain?

Pancreatic pain: Can be particularly severe. Has your doctor considered consultation with a pain specialist? ...Read more

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How can you quickly heal a blister?

How can you quickly heal a blister?

SImple means: With injury to our skin, inflammation occurs which means the area becomes red, warm, tender and with swelling. Swelling occurs under the skin layers and causes them to bulge creating a protective fluid cushion called a blister. As the area heals, the fluid will be resorbed or when no longer needed, the blister opens and it drains. This should take about a week. Keep it covered and protected. ...Read more