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Trichomonas?: Maybe. Maybe not. Depends on one's life story. The CDC website says... most infected persons (70%–85%) have minimal or no symptoms, and untreated infections might last for months to years. Some infected men have symptoms of urethritis, epididymitis, or prostatitis, and some infected women have vaginal discharge that might be diffuse, malodorous, or yellow-green with or without vulvar irritation. ...Read more
Carried or pulled 80 lb plus work backpack for nearly a mile. Young and lean but wondered if wise?
Backpack: If you are in good shape then should not be a problem. ...Read more
I am a male having aback pain problem. It started when I carried a heavy bucket. Them sometimes I suddenly feel the pain. What is going on?
Probably a muscular issue. It should go away with rest and limitation of lifting. The symptoms to watch out for are arm or leg weakness or numbness, or urinary or bowel incontinence. If you have those, seek immediate medical attention.
Hope this helps! ...Read more
Dr didn't put a catgry on my brst utz noticed grew 8 mos fr Rbrst 2.18x1.04 to 2.21x1.20&Lbrst 0.86x0.45to0.811x0.500? 6mos go back. Scared! Anxious.
Rest assured....: At your age hormonal effect causes this kind of changes. Do not read about Agelina Jolly.......she is a bundle of loose screws. You are alright. If not yet, have a normal pregnancy everything will correct itself. ...Read more
Not typically: Crabs are an infestation, usually, but not always sexually transmitted. The intense itching will usually drive people to seek evaluation and treatment. Scratching of the itch can cause a secondary bacterial skin infection. Contracting any std markedly increased your risk of having other std's, even if the "crabs" don't carry the other disease, you can catch more than one at a time. ...Read more
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 more
A few things:
We don't really know what causes preterm labor, but there are a few things that tend to increase the risk:
serious trauma (wear your seatbelt!)
high order multiple pregnancies
but for the most part we don't know. A great answer would win the nobel prize for medicine! ...Read more
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 more
Not enough info.: Of course, I hope not, but depending on the country of origin, safety standards while being made, etc. Anything could, theoretically have carcinogens. Cigarettes, for example, are legal to purchase and we know they're carcinogenic. ...Read more
Handkerchief: Tissues are a more sanitary way to blow your nose or wipe your face. A handkerchief should be replaced with a fresh one daily if used. ...Read more
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 more
Yes and no: Although tecnically possible, I would not recommend any type of surgery with a risk of infection with cardiac surgery or intervention, especially if a forein material like an ASD device or patch is used. I would recommend to have them done seperately with a 6 months interval. ...Read more
Chlamydia: Until it is treated.Get a more detailed answer ›
With a helmet: Children and their parents should always wear a helmet when riding a bike or being towed in a trailer. Bike trailers offer a comfortable haven, your child can be strapped in and have room for some diversions and snacks. Avoid bike carriers for infants-they don't have enough head control for a safe ride. ...Read more
26% of fatal candle fires occur during the loss of electrical power.
• Use Pillar candles and container candles, or
• Candles enclosed within glass globes
• Place candles on a stable surface in a fire resistant holder that is at least 12 inches away from anything flammable, including upholstered furniture and window drapes.
• Avoid moving a burning candle during a power outage if possible. ...Read more
Invitro Fertilzation: Invitro fertilization is when egg & sperm get together outside the human body & then the developing egg or embyro is transferred into the woman's uterus. Some women have medicat problems that prevent them having a normal pregnancy. It is possible for a totally unrelated woman to carry a child who came from an egg from another woman. It is complicated: medical, legal, social & emotional thing. ...Read more
Probably: The handkerchief is a convenient means to collect your own secretions and provided you do not share it, you will not have anything on it you have not already been exposed to. It can be esthetically unpleasing however. ...Read more
You can not physically carry around lots of things without getting tired. You can carry it on a cart, that way you don't have to exert yourself that much. Our muscles can only take so much stress before they get tired. Working out may increase your stamina, but even then you will have a limit that you can not go over.
Endurance - can be your friend though - slowly increasing the amount can help. ...Read more