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Can you break a crown?

Can you break a crown?

Yes: You can break porcelain in the same way that you can break a tooth. While we have very strong ceramics today, excess force must be dissipated in some way. Teeth can be loosened, or become sensitive. So, the real question is how do I reduce the force in my mouth so none of these things occur. It is correcting a bad bite that is key, not stronger materials. ...Read more

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What is croans deasese?

What is croans deasese?

Inflamation of gut: Anywhere from the beginning (mouth) to the end (rectum) of your eating system can be affected by crohn's disease. It has lots of ways it can effect you and many times it is hard to diagnose because it is so vague. If you think you have it, eventually you will need to have a doctor take of piece of tissue (called a biopsy) from a spot they think is crohn's to send to the lab and know for sure. ...Read more

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How come women wear bras?

How come women wear bras?

Many reasons!: Cosmetic; comfort, sports, and to maintain breast shape without sagging with age. All are reasons for women to wear a bra! ...Read more

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Come on, how do I use this?

Use what?: Please resubmit with complete question so a HealthTap doctor can respond. ...Read more

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Where do emotions come from?

Where do emotions come from?

Limbic system: The limbic system integrates experiences, sensations, memories and emotions. ...Read more

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Why are crowns so expensive?

Why are crowns so expensive?

Costs: Crowns are expensive because there are many costs that go into making one. First, there is the actual lab bill that the dentist must pay to have the crown made. Secondly, the dentist must use many expensive materials when the crown is prepped in the patients mouth. There is also the expense of the overhead of paying for the salary of the assistant (s) as well as the dentist's time. ...Read more

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How come I feel no emotions?

Some people feel: Little in the way of emotions (schizoid). This is their norm. Others may have protective barriers up that prevent them for readily accessing their feelings. ...Read more

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What is indirect combs test?

What is indirect combs test?

Blood test.: It is performed to detect antibodies in the blood. It is commonly used for blood transfusion related tests and prenatal testing of pregnant women usually with rh negative blood group.
For additional details please check at http://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/coombs_test. ...Read more

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How come I always feel cold?

How come I always feel cold?

Reasons for feeling: Cold: hypothyroidism, anemia (esp. W low iron or vitamin b 12 deficiency), anorexia (fasting or low body weight), chronic illnesses, chronic pain, hypoglycemia, hypothermia (low body temperature), raynaud's disease, being in cold environment, cold intolerance, anxiety or panic, cardiac or nervous system diseases, some meds as well as both viral ; bacterial infections. ...Read more

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How come I never get a cold?

How come I never get a cold?

Congratulations!: Probably have a good immune system and more likely good handwashing and hygiene. ...Read more

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How come I don't feel myself?

Too vague: Your question is too vague to answer. Try something more specific and we may be able to help. ...Read more

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How come pain feel good to me?

How come pain feel good to me?

People experience: Pain in different ways. Some people do not have the same reaction to pain as others. Our brain releases endorphins to counteract the feeling of acute pain and can cause a mild short-lived euphoria. However, pain is a signal of harm, so even if you perceive it differently, it means there is tissue damage or threat of tissue damage. If there are any psychological issues, consider psychiatry visit. ...Read more

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Hw come I alwlys have allergh?

Hw come I alwlys have allergh?

Allergy test: Allergies is a very common problem affecting millions of people. You could be allergic to foods, environmental, medications etc. See your doctor and suggest allergy testing. ...Read more

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How can I over come my anixety?

How can I over come my anixety?

Anxiety: Depends on type of anxiety. Start with identifying the source, life style changes, and manage stress, with supportive therapy for guidance. ...Read more

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Where do goose bumbs come from?

Where do goose bumbs come from?

Chill Spill Factor: We all have tiny hairs on our skin. When we're cold or feeling something strongly, the little muscles around the base of the hairs pull, bunch up the skin & form "goosebumps." the strong feelings can be fear, an intense memory, listening to moving music, anything that makes your passion/feelings spill. ...Read more

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What is cross training benefit?

What is cross training benefit?

Injury prevention: Is by far the most widely recognized benefit of cross-training. Also to improve fitness, promote recovery, enhance motivation, rejuvenate the mind and body, just to name a few. Good luck. ...Read more

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Acidity not comeing in control?

Acidity not comeing in control?

Peptic ulcer: Heartburn is due to increased acid in the stomach.
Try an antacid like Prilosec & eliminate alcohol or meals close to bedtime.
Check with your doctor if no improvement. ...Read more

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How come I get hotter at night?

How come I get hotter at night?

Hormones: There can be hormonal variations during the night that can lead to heat or cold intolerances. This may increase in a woman around the time of menopause. If it is causing significant problems, please see a doctor for evaluation. ...Read more

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How come bug bite won't go away?

How come bug bite won't go away?

Depends....: Bug bites can cause different reactions in people depending on what the bug is, how sensitive the person is, whether the person has an allergic reaction to the bug bite and if the person irritates the area by scratching it
If the redness around the bite is large and is warm to touch then it could be infected
Some bug bites can take several weeks to completely go away- topical steroid cream helps ...Read more

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Can symptoms of pe come and go?

Can symptoms of pe come and go?

PE: Pulmonary Embolism, Pericardial Effusion can both cause intermittent symptoms; in the absence of additional information it would be wise to provide more detailed history and undergo physical examination to evaluate presumably chest symptoms. ...Read more

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What is better onlays or crowns?

Case by case: Depends on your particular case. Each have their advantages and are better in certain situations. ...Read more

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How come everything stink to me?

How come everything stink to me?

Many causes: My teammate is right in asking that a sinus infection be ruled out as this is the one easily-treatable entity on the list. Most often, the cause of "dysosmia" (read about it online, there are good pages) is never found and it goes away on its own. ...Read more

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Do all medicines come from plants?

No: But many medicines do come from plants. ...Read more

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How come my shoulders feels heavy?

How come my shoulders feels heavy?

Heavy shoulders: Without more info and an exam, it's hard to say. We think of neck pathology - especially if it's one sided. Muscle spasms, tension, and poor posture also come to mind. If you're having heaviness or tiredness in other body parts too, you can get checked for anemia, thyroid, etc. Just some thoughts. Best of luck! ...Read more

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How come I almost always feel cold?

How come I almost always feel cold?

TCM: From a traditional chinese medicine perspective this may be related to a yin imbalance. I liked the explanation in the this article: yin-yang balance and food choice. This is a issue which can be addressed through acupuncture & your diet. You can check it out at: https://www. Acufinder. Com/acupuncture+information/detail/yin-yang+balance+and+food+choice. ...Read more

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What are symptoms of crowns disease?

What are symptoms of crowns disease?

Crohn's Disease: Crohn's disease affects the digestive system. It can have the following symptoms stomach pain, diarrhea, blood in your bowel movements, weight loss, underweight, slowed growth (kids) or fever. Eye, skin and joint problems can sometimes be found. These symptoms can overlap with other problems as well. So, this is usually diagnosed by a GI specialist. ...Read more

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How come we have allergic reactions?

How come we have allergic reactions?

Complete ans unknown: It technically is misguided immune reaction. The body misinterprets a harmless protein or complex carbohydrate as a potential invader. Specifically it mounts a response as if there is a parasite in the area involved: skin, airway, gut - but if large areas involved or the trigger gets into the bloodstream (like bee sting or food allergy) life-threatening generalized allergic reaction=anaphylaxis. ...Read more

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Que es la grisipela y como se trats?

Que es la grisipela y como se trats?

English only here.: I'm sorry, but this site is in English only. It takes an experienced translator (not an online automatic translator) to effectively translate the advice we give into Spanish, or any other language. The reverse is true, too. It takes a fluent Spanish-English speaker to translate a question from Spanish into English to preserve the intent and meaning of the question. ...Read more

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