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Dangers Of Face Lifts
Difficult to say: Unfortunately, many things can make your head feel "heavy": allergies, infectious sinusitis, tension headaches, fatigue/sleep deprivation, stress, medications, the list goes on and on. There are dangerous causes. To be honest, you'd need to provide more information to receive more adequate guidance. If you are that worried, just consider seeing a doctor in person. ...Read more
At what age do most ppl undergo face lifts? Is there an age that is too young for most Drs' preferences? Best facial/antiaging options for late 30s?
MostlyAfter50But: Most facelifts are done in people older than 50 years age.But having said that there are exceptions and some young people also need it and get it Best anti aging for skin Don't sit in sun too much Eat healthy Moisturise your skin Avoid getting Overweight Exercise regularly ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
I suffer from headache only the left part of my head and that is very severe. Is it danger? What type of headache is it?
I some times feel like some kind of pressure in my head(mostly the top) and its not a pain. i wonder if it could be dangerous?
by the way its not new
I received a food delivery back today and opened it with my three-year-old son. When it opened the dry ice came floating in our face. I didn't realize it could be dangerous. Should I be concerned?
No: I guess that dry ice did not stay in touch with face for long but only momentarily ,then it should not cause any damage to the facial skin. There is nothing to worry or concerned still you can watch for any changes on your facial skin and if see your doctor . ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Spit blood: My guess is you bit your tongue or hit your nose hard and bleed from that. But show to your Dr. if not. ...Read more
The first night: After a head injury, what you are worried about is bleeding. This is usually manifest within the first 24 hours. If it has not clinically manifest itself by then (with symptoms of headache, nausea/vomiting, lethargy, blurred or double vision etc.), the chance is much lower that there is a hemorrhage. If there are any symptoms, you should seek medical help and evaluation. ...Read more
Sure.: Getting hit in the head causes trauma to the structures both inside and outside the skull. Concussions can and do occur with high velocity head kicks, punches, and falls. Any event which literally "rattles" your brain is a potential cause for cephalgia, including possible triggering of vascular reactivity and migraines. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Scalp, not bone: Your scalp probably became swollen with fluid or blood due to the trauma. If your skull was liquified, you wouldn't be writing this question. What happens outside the skull matters a great deal less than what happens inside. Do you have neurologic symptoms or severe, unremitting headaches? If you do, you need to see a neurologist. ...Read more
No-but dermatolgy: exam and treatment are necessary to prevent spread. ...Read more
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Why do I get a lot of cysts in my head? They come and go but eventually die out. Are they dangerous? How to treat?
NOT IN THE HEAD...!!: I think you get some boils / small abscesses on the scalp (that is skin covering the head). Check with your doctor. ...Read more
I get "cough headaches." When I cough hard I get a pain in my head but it goes away after a short while. Is this dangerous?
Not Dangerous But: Headache caused by coughing hard is not really dangerous.But having said that the cause of cough needs to be determined and there may be co existing Sinus congestion/infection which if there may need to be treated appropriately.i suggest you consult your doctor and get checked and treated ...Read more