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Cereubellum Low Singal
My throat has been scratchy and when I would sing my voice would crack could be as simple as my iron is low and if so is that because I'm anemic?
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Sign of aids: I believe you meant the sign of aids. Unfortunately, there is no one particular sign of it. Aids is not a disease in and of itself. It's a condition in which your own immune system becomes so weak that it cannot fight infections that are commonly suppressed by it. So, the hallmark of aids is the insurgence of infectious and malignant diseases and their aggressive and often relentless course. ...Read more
Let me explain:
Pain originate from the vertebrae could come from the bone itself or from the disc between the vertebrae.
So if you have problems in the vertebrae you will have pain with activity and stiffness in the morning around the area involved.
If the disc involved i, t depend what level the nerve get pinch and you have pain in the area and radiation of the pain to the leg and numbness. ...Read more
Consider for now this quote:
"Swans sing before they die-- 't were no bad thing
Should certain persons die before they sing." (!)
by Samuel Taylor Coleridge ...Read more
Please have your: Parents ask this question. Healthtap can only answer questions from people who are 16 and older (it's a legal thing). ...Read more
Possible, quite rare: As complex Soul↔Mind↔Brain↔Body creatures, a tiny percentage of people recognize issues with some accuracy which the vast majority do not. The clinical medical industry does not recognize that such perceptions exist, yet in very rare cases they do agree with what turns out to be accurate. Your guess about the signs, write down to prevent memory distortions & recheck down the road. ...Read more
Not uncommon: See the movie or dvd of "the king's speech" that demonstrates how singing helps speech problems. ...Read more
Everytime I finish singing my vocal cords hurt! What can I do? And I don't really sing the same nomore
Time to get checked.: An otolaryngologist (ear nose and throat doctor) may be able to help. A focused history and physical examination with may include a quick scoping of your throat and vocal cords can rule out any serious problems. ...Read more
I have serious headache when I sing very hard and pitch high. I haven't sang in a while. Please could you help.
Back in time I used to sing/screem/shout alot. Nowadays I feel that I've problem with my vocal cords. How to recover vocal cords?
See a doctor:
Please see your doctor for a complete history and physical.
A consultation with an otolaryngologist (ear, nose and throat doctor) may be appropriate for complete visualization of your vocal cords. ...Read more
I cant reach my regular range when I sing anymore and this has been going on for a little over a month now and I think I may have nodules.
ENT evaluation.: Singers are certainly prone to vocal cord polyps. Your best bet would be an ENT evaluation and direct laryngoscopy. ...Read more
I like to sing and I sing with the whistle register that mariah carey sings with. Is this damaging to my vocal chords? It's effortless for me now.
Probably not: What happens to the vocal chords that make the whistle voice is not completely understood. Pain or hoarseness or loss of notes you were previously able to use are signs of something wrong. Poor vocal technique can damage the voice in any register. Professional singers sometimes get vocal chord nodules, swelling, dystonia. Common sense and good warmup can help prevent problems. ...Read more
20 month old boy does not engage in a converstion, when I try he gets disinterested and moves away to the tablet. Sings Nursry rhyms. How to encourage?
Verbal skills: Don't give him tablet at this time and try and play age appropriate games with him. Be sure and ask his pediatrician about his speech and social skills. Read books and encourage him to repeat words. ...Read more
I had vocal nodes, which desappear after 3 weeks of rest (ORL checked it). Yet, I still feel pain when I sing, which I didn't feel before. Why is that?
Vocal therapy: You need to take speech or vocal therapy to correct what you're doing wrong. That's why you got the nodules in the first place. ...Read more
Hypotension: You didn't list medications. Most commonly, a low blood pressure is a side effect of your medications. If you are on medications, talk to your doc about making some adjustments. If you are not on meds, you should be checked to rule out anemia, hypothyroidism, e.T.C. In the meantime, you can increase your intake of non-caffeinated, non-alcoholic beveriges, as well as salt. ...Read more
Only if you feel bad: Cardiologists are fondly quoted as saying that the best blood pressure is the minimum necessary to keep you vibrant, energetic & upright w/o feeling weak, woozy, lightheaded or dizzy, especially when changing positions quickly. Besides, blood pressure varies according to position (see above) & conditions. Still, it's not a bad idea to monitor your BP more closely and calibrate your cuff. ...Read more
BP Range: BP of 120/80 is the 'normal' for most people. It varies by age, time of the day, activity level, ingestion of sodium in foods and drinks, use of alcohol, illicit and prescription drugs. Low BP is of no concern unless producing symptoms such as dizziness, weakness, fatigue, etc. Lower bps causes less cardiovascular stress, reducing heart, brain and kidney disease. ...Read more
3 MOST COMMON!:
1. Inadequate intake: a true vegan will get no b12, except through supplements.
2. Atrophic autoimmune gastritis. The production of intrinsic factor is halted by immune destruction of parietal cells.
3. Inflammation of the terminal part of the small intestine, ie. Iliitis or crohn's, where B12 is absorbed.
A new cause is chronic overuse of ppis, such as Nexium (esomeprazole) or prilosec. ...Read more
Absolutely!: Ideal b12 levels are above 1500 in blood. Often times I will recommend that people take shots or very high levels of vitamin b12 10, 000 mcg if they are less than 500. It can make a huge difference in energy, sleep, cognition, memory and any nerve problems you may have. You will also want to figure out why you have low b12. It could be due to an autoimmune condition or too low stomach acid. ...Read more
Low but...: If you are asking about RDW that is part of a CBC report in United States, a value lower than 80 is usually considered low (different labs may have different norms). A low RDW may be suggestive of iron deficiency, thalassemia (or other altered red cells), or other blood problems. However, a value of 10.9 is too low unless a different measurement. ...Read more
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