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Eye brow transplant: You can use eye brown pencil to draw the brow. Also, your local oculoplastic surgeon might evaluate your condition for possible eye brow transplant from your scalp area. It depends on your appearance and the relative size of the hairs on your head. Also, some patients do well with self stick artificial browns custom fit by a cosmetologist. Good luck ...Read more
Vaginal odor?: panty shields are a choice, but aren't necessary. While there is a "smell" to a vagina, this is nothing to be ashamed of or try to cover up. It's normal. Sometimes a panty shield is not "breathable", and may contribute to vaginal odor or overgrowth of bacteria or yeast. Ur panties likely don't smell Bc of the shield. Try cotton panties and no shield, and see your ob to be checked for infection. ...Read more
Is baking powder is gud for tooths. If s den tel me how to use..If not den tel me d disadvantages of using it.?
No: Airplanes are not shielded from cosmic radiation. Our atmosphere protects us, but because airliners fly at high altitudes, airline crews do get a little more radiation each year than the average surface dweller. The amount of radiation per cross-country flight is small, so air travelers need not worry. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Blocking radiation: Putting heavy, dense materials like thick walls, earth, concrete, bricks, water and books) between you and the radioactive fallout is best. Stay indoors or below ground. Taking shelter in a basement or a facility below ground reduces exposure by 90 percent. A 4-inch layer of soil or earth can reduce the penetration of dangerous gamma rays. ...Read more
Yes: with caveats. You must continue any medications you are taking to prevent blood clots. You are at increased risk of clots so you want to be in a seat that allows you to reposition your legs during flight, so economy is likely not for you. You must get up and walk every 10-15 minutes and flex your calves to get the blood flowing. It may be a good idea to tell the cabin crew your needs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Not is you use appropriate safety equipment. If not, you should have your blood checked for lead. ...Read more