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Does Instafex Have Any Reaction When Taking Played
My boy go play outside every day but he have a allergic reaction but i dont know if is normal de reactio go and come ?
No not normal: what are the symptoms? please elaborate one should have no reaction going outside ...Read more
Hi, I dyed my hair for the very first time earlier on today And Im scared I'm going to have a reaction I don't know if it's my anxiety playing tricks ?
Skin Reaction: Skin reactions are common and usually self-limited. If you are concerned about developing a skin reaction you can safely take over-the-counter Benadryl (diphenhydramine) as directed, and in future perform a skin patch test (instructions can be found on the box of most dye products). Respiratory problems or sensation of throat swelling may suggest a more significant reaction. ...Read more
If i good at playing as a goalkeeper that have faster brain reaction than my friend is this is the thing that can tell that im cleverer than my friend?
Probably not, but...: It all depends on how one defines "cleverer". Everybody is good at something, or some things. The goal in life is to fine what one is good at, or can learn to be good at, and hope that talent is something one enjoys, plus is something that helps others in a person's community and the world we live in. ...Read more
My 7 year old was outside playing. After she took a nap she woke up and eyes are now puffy and swollen. What meds do i give her for this reaction?
My daughter had a allergic reaction from a cat she was playing with. Her face and eyes are swollen. What can I give her?
Benedryl : Benedryl (over the counter allergy med) is an antihistamine that should work well for this. If she starts having breathing problems or throat swelling she needs to get to an er. Given her reaction, i would keep some benedryl on hand for the next time she meets up with a cat she can't resist. ...Read more
My daughter came in the house from playing and i noticed a rash all over her face only red on her cheeks is this a allergic reaction to something?
Probably not: If the rash did not itch and went away within a hour , it was unlikely to be from an allergic reaction. I suspect that she is very light complexioned and may be more prone to develop rosacea in the future. Let me know whether I am correct or not since we do need feedback to enhance our own learning experience. ...Read more
Hello Doctor. I have got a problem with my scrotum sack, it get swelling everytime when I go to the toilet and I get a cold reaction to my glans. My scrotum sack also get swelling when I work on my car, exercises, play football. I'm also suffered with ere
Mast cells: Mast cells are the immune systems parasite fighters. With allergies these cells inappropriately attack harmless substances like pollen, mold, foods etc. Mast cells release more than 25 chemicals and enlist eosinophils to defeat parasites. These chemicals including histamine are very irritating to the eyes, nose and lungs. Released in the blood stream they can cause allergic shock. eosinophils ...Read more
I have sex problem I am finish so early 1 or 2 minutes max, i tray with for play and without but the result is same, my partner even not satisfied?
Practice and time:
Premature ejaculation is a common complaint. It is only rarely caused by a physical problem.
Premature ejaculation early in a relationship is most often caused by anxiety and too much stimulation. Guilt and other psychological factors may also be involved. The condition usually improves without treatment.
your doctor can prescribe paxil (paroxetine). ...Read more
At pap test dr said openin of cervix looked slighly irritated. I have a prolapse and play lots sports. Why is it irritated ? Will it affect result
My bf was playing football went in & tackle & instead of finishing tackle he stop(muscle pull) his foot in pain take ice rub & cataflam (diclofenac) no result yet?
Eccentric loading: of a muscle, or that period when youre starting to slow and there is so much stress on a muscle, is a likely time to suffer a pull or a tear. I would expect this to get better in a 1-2 weeks, but if it is not is more likely a tear or ligamentous injury in the foot and will need imaging and exam to be sure. While NSAIDs are good for short periods, they have been shown to possible delay healing too. ...Read more
It should not: unless you mean a severe mismatch ie he is significantly taller than you.There are other factors that can enhance enjoyment of sex including the ability to relax,masturbation independently to climax,incorporation of romance & foreplay,true intimacy,quality time together outside the bedroom & feeling loved.Time taken by both parties to add some if not several of these approaches will be well spent ...Read more
Babies drown in less: Sadly babies have died over the years in relatively small amounts of water, eg, buckets. So it is important to have someone near a baby at all times to avoid a tragedy like this or mischief in general. ...Read more
Peek-a-boo...: ...Plays into a new skill children acquire at 6-9 months of age: object permanence -- they can still hold an object in their mind when it becomes invisible. It tickles them pink that this also applies to people, and peek-a-boo reassures them that, if you come back after a short departure (when their eyes are closed), you will also come back after a longer one. ...Read more
Yes: One would hope for a more-than-cyber experience of life -- allowing real-time relationships with actual people, with all their challenges and rewards. Playing video games all day leaves no room for this, or for interests outside of video games. One's awareness would be extremely narrow. Also, unless you land a job as a tester of video games, it's hard to imagine earning a living that way. ...Read more
Many: Meeting other people in a less controlled environment where social skills can be learned. Large group activities that are physical. Getting away from the television. Outdoor sports are more likely to build a kid's cardiovascular system and musculature. Many (most?) kids are vitamin d deficient nowadays & sunlight's a remedy. And gosh -- it's beautiful out there. ...Read more
No: The visual system can handle this and some consider it a form of training for things like being a fighter pilot. It may however, destroy your brain, your ambition and your fund of knowledge. ...Read more
Both diet & exercise: Make sure you exercise at least 30 minutes a day, don't skip meals, avoid soda, juice, dairy, alcohol and fried foods. Eat a healthy well balanced diet! also water, organic vegetable broth, green leafy vegetables, natural pickles, apples are great to fill you up so you dont feel hungry and they are very low in calories. ...Read more
Yes: But make sure , as others have mentioned, that the mechanics are proper and it is done with the right level of moderation. ...Read more
Stretch/Warm up.: Stretch well and warm up your body with a light skate, just enough to break a sweat. In addition, make sure that you have the proper protective equipment that fits well. ...Read more
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A wide range: Any sport or exercise can cause injuries when you are first learning the techniques. A person who has not been very active will of course get more injuries than one who is exercising frequently. The primary injuries are what you would expect in any contact sport: sprains, bruises, ligamentous injuries, broken bones and so forth. Be cautious. ...Read more
Have a talk: Find out what is going on. Is it a 1 time thing or is it chronic? Have his/her grades gone down? Is he/she having difficulties with friends or bullies. Have a talk and teach problem solving and good decision making in the process. If it is more serious make an appointment with the school counselor. ...Read more
There is an excellent program called eddie eagle that the nra sponsors. You can likely find a course in the area. It teaches four principles if they see a gun:
Leave the area.
Tell an adult.
As your kids get older, they should take a gun safety course. That will teach them fundamentals of firearm safety and limit their curiosity later should they encounter a weapon. ...Read more
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