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Castor Oil Mole Removal
Mole removal involves excision of a nevus. This could involve either shaving off a raised skin lesion or cutting out a flat skin lesion. This can be done either for cosmetic reasons (unsightly mole) or to rule out skin cancer. I hope this information is helpful. Stephen weber, M.D., f.A.C.S. Lone ...Read more
How many weeks preg?: Castor Oil should not be taken without first consulting a physician. It could result in harm to your unborn baby. Castor Oil effects are very strong to the mother, it could put stress on the fetus. Under stress, fetal heart-rate increases and the anal sphincter relaxes, resulting in the release of meconium. When the amniotic fluid becomes contaminated with meconium, the baby can inhale this. ...Read more
No, where, why?: Lipoma is a mass of fat cells, usually not related to lymph nodes. Surgery is recommended for many reasons mainly 1- cosmotic reasons 2-on patient's request. Rarely lipoma changes into cancer after they change size, texture or radiology findings. Many patients and doctors do not do surgery, jusr follow and observe, tell us more! Is it really lipoma? ...Read more
Castor oil @40+5 weeks 2cm dialated and 90% effaced. Would it be okay to take 2tsp? I've had no problem at all with my preg
Of course not: I hope that your experience of being deceived helps you recognize other bunko artists. These people make stuff up and promote it in order to look "spiritual". When it fails, they'll say you didn't do it in time, or you ate GMO food, or something. Ultimately it's a way of making money off gullible people. Best wishes. ...Read more
Fading blemishes: NOGet a more detailed answer ›
Neither: Certain oils or petroleum ointment applied to base of lashes will smother the microscopic mites called demodex which live in the hair follicles. Overgrowth of demodex can cause lashes to fall out prematurely. The only fda approved way to stimulate eyelash growth is to use a prescription medication called bimatoprost (latisse) or similar medications available as eyedrops for glaucoma treatment. ...Read more
Here are some...: Practically, any products with lubricating effect may be used for sex-enhancing as long as being no local or systemic intolerable side effects. But nowadays, safety is the essence of all healthcare for political correctness besides commercialism. So use those professionally recommended. More? Seek professional counseling timely. Best wishes... ...Read more
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Talk to your ob: Castor oil causes diarrhea. In the process, it can cause some uterine contractions. It is not directly harmful to the baby. However, inducing your own contractions without the knowlege of your OB can cause problems for your baby and is not a great idea. Induction without a medical reason prior to 39 weeks is not recommended. Best to discuss this idea with your Ob before you try it. ...Read more
Depends...: Castor oil is a great way to have a bowel movement. if you are close to entering labor on your own, the cramping from your colon may stir up contractions in the uterus and labor will go from there. IF you are NOT ready to labor, you will have painful cramping and diarrhea, some uterine cramps but not any cervical dilation and you will still be pregnant after it all settles down. ...Read more
Probably should not: A woman probably should not mess with mother nature. The baby will come when it comes. Until it's late or having other problems, one need not try to do things to get it out earlier. ...Read more
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The dr. Told me took take 2 oz of castor oil to induce labor should I walk afterwards and if so how long?
There aren't any specific guidelines or rules about this. You can walk, take a bath, rest, whatever feels right. By the way, there is no research evidence that taking castor oil will induce labor. It does cause diarrhea though, so be sure to drink plenty of water. Here is a reliable article about inducing labor naturally:
http://www. Webmd. Com/baby/inducing-labor-naturally-can-it-be-done. ...Read more
Constipated for 3 days. Tried 3 dulcolax today. Tried 15 ml castor oil today. Didn't work. In pain. Please help.
I started castor oil for eyelash growth and now my lashing is itching and they're falling out. How to I remedy this?
Amazing: Why in the world would you think this would do anything about eyelashes? Are you drinking it or putting it on your eyelids? THROW AWAY THE CASTOR OIL. Stop wasting your time on the internet and see a dermatologist immediately. Meanwhile use cool water to gently bathe your eyelids and rinse off the offending oil. ...Read more
What is a safe product I can use to kill parasites while nursing and how long should I wait to nurse after ingesting castor oil?
What parasites?: Different drugs are used for different parasites, so a drug can then be recommended based on effectiveness and safety. Although there is no specific data on breast feeding and castor oil, it is reported that very little of the active ingredient in castor oil is absorbed from the intestine, so levels would be very low in B milk and would pass out of the colon with a bowel movement. ...Read more