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I was wondering what medications are best for someone who has an enlarged heart? My boyfriend Damien cannot afford the medication that was prescribed
If he has a: cardiomyopathy and that is what you mean by an enlarged heart he should minimally be on evidence based medicine. The two major medicines he should be on are generic and cheap. (Metoprolol succinate and Lisinopril) There are alternative medicines that would add additional benefit for him but some of these are new and expensive. At the very least he should be on the above ones I said. Talk to his MD ...Read more
Dariers Disease: Darier disease is a skin condition characterized by wart-like blemishes on the body. The blemishes are usually yellowish in color, hard to the touch, mildly greasy, and can emit a strong odor. The most common sites for blemishes are the scalp, forehead, upper arms, chest, back, knees, elbows, and behind the ear. The mucous membranes can also be affected, with blemishes on the roof of the mouth. ...Read more
Darier disease: "Darier disease occurs worldwide with a prevalence of 1 to 4 per 100, 000." See: http://www. Uptodate. Com/contents/darier-disease ...Read more
Sometimes my visiom darkens. It seems as if the whole room gets darker and kind of hazy. What could be the cause of this?
Turnera diffusa: Probably about 40 to 60%, depending on your bodyweight, and the preparations concentration. Beware if you live in the state of louisiana because it's already illegal. Expect other states to follow. Big pharma does not want herbal substitutes for their big dollar products. ...Read more
Reaction: The sun reacts with the melanin already in your skin. Depending on your genetic makeup and race will determine how dark you will get. You have to have enough of the melanin in you skin for it to react to the sun and to get tan or darker skin tone. Some people only blister and peel but do not have enough melanin to actually tan. ...Read more
Perhaps Mayo Clinic: I could not find a study of this genetic, skin disease in mn but recommend contacting the department of dermatology, mayo clinic college of medicine, rochester, mn, and asking if a study of darier's disease is currently underway there or elsewhere in mn. Also of interest may be this link: http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/sites/ga? Disorder=darier%20disease. Good luck. ...Read more
Depends on the ortho: Each provider chooses the techniques that are appropriate for each individual patient and will also use the technique (s) that the individual dentist is most familiar and comfortable using. There are many techniques available these days. They range from fixed metal or clear attachments and wires, and clear removable aligners. Each technique has it's pros and cons and must be tailored to your needs. ...Read more
Please see the following website which was. Written by author: dr amy stanway mbchb,
department of dermatology, health waikato, private bag 3200, hamilton, new zealand. Perhaps you could contact her there.
www. Dermnetnz. Org/scaly/darier. Html
principal investigator: philip fleckman, md university of washington
ghr. Nlm. Nih. Gov/condition/darier-disease
look under clinical trials. Gov and click on the link to study information. Two studies been completed and the status of the third one led by philipp fleckman-is not currently known. ...Read more
Do weight train with a lot of weight (the kind that makes ppl look at you and say"damn that is not right for a woman") makes women bulky?
How do I deal with the agonies that is hypochondria? It is taking control of my life & is seriously putting a huge damper on my personal life. Any tip
Consider: Cognitive behavioral therapy. It can be effective. Take care. ...Read more
Using transitions glasses (those that darken with sunlight) may cause damages in my eyesight? I want to know if using transitions glasses may cause ph
Sunglasses are good: Anything that blocks ultraviolet light from reaching your eyes and eyelids is good. There is no evidence that the Transitions lenses are bad for you. Wear them and don't worry. ...Read more
During pregnancy the areola become darker w thicker tissues & increases in size. The Montgomery glands on the areola become larger.
For some women, the areola returns to their pre-pregnancy size – but not for all.
Although the color of areola may lighten after pregnancy, it is unlikely to to return to pre-pregnancy coloration.
http://pregnancy. Lovetoknow. Com/wiki/Changes_in_Areola_When_Pregnant ...Read more
Not necessary: The room does not need to be dark when you are taking a nap, unless the light prevents you from falling asleep. ...Read more
Best to avoid getting them---avoid prolonged sun exposure and to use sunscreen frequently.
Home remedies for age spots include: lemon juice--citric acid-- fades the spots, apple cider vinegar--horseradish to name a few. According to the AA of Dermatology, age spots are formed due to prolonged exposure to the sun. Sun rays tend to cause deposition of melanin at a localized area, which leads age spot ...Read more
Darier's disease: See: http://www. Uptodate. Com/contents/darier-diseaseGet a more detailed answer ›
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What to do if I there anyway I can make my hair longer faster and make it silkier even when its damged alot?
Healthy hair: For healthy hair growth: Get adequate sleep, avoid excess sugar & fat in diet, v carbonated beverages, eat enough protein, exercise regularly. Biotin helps (but don't over do it). Insure you have adequate Iron (think kale & other dark green leafies), Omega 3 fatty acids (think walnuts) and vitamin E (fruits & vegetables). ...Read more