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Does Salmon Patch Usually Cause Many Symptoms
BIRTH MARKS IN BABY: Salmon patch is a name given to a very common group of birth marks in babies the birthmarks are caused by expansion or dilatation of tiny blood vessels called capillaries.These marks on face are called angel kisses, on back and neck it is called stork bites. Angel kisses go away by 1to 2 years age and stork bites get covered by hai and do not go away. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Salmon patch is a name given to a very common group of birth marks in babies the birthmarks are caused by expansion or dilatation of tiny blood vessels called capillaries.These marks on face are called angel kisses, on back and neck it is called stork bites. Angel kisses go away by 1to 2 years age and stork bites get covered by hai and ...Read more
Depends: If this in on you then a laser may help to get rid of it. If you are talking about a child of yours then often time will allow most to fade. It might be best for you to see a doctor who treats these types of things to know what may be best and if the diagnosis is correct. Consider seeing a dermatologist, plastic surgeon or ENT doctor. ...Read more
Sure: Salmon patches (aka stork bites and angel kisses) are pretty common. Up to half of all babies will have something like this. Most gradually fade away but many adults have them all through life. ...Read more
I get a rather unpleasant frontal/nasal headache after eating salmon... What could be the cause of this?
When i eat pig or salmon, i start to feel like i m spaced out , brain fog or something. What can be the cause? I don't have cholesterol or anything
Hangover due to food: Certain food allergies can prompt cytokine release which feel subjectively like being instantly hung-over if you will. A food diary documenting as best you can what you have eaten shortly before you develop your symptoms can help - thus avoiding those foods and associated dish combinations that may include them. Allergy testing may help to identify concretely that you actually have these allergies. ...Read more
I just had a upper endoscopy today and found that I have salmon colored musosa from 44-45 esophagus, is barrett esophagus always the cause of this problem, treatment options, biopsies were taken.
Ask your doc: This is a question you should have asked the doctor who did the scope. He likely had obtained a biopsy on the abnormal mucous membrane and can give you a more accurate answer. As with all future doctor encounters, be sure to ask questions regardless how fundamental they may seem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have random patches of little flat hives only on my stomach, a couple on the hips, not itchy. Not bug bites, salmon colored, 2 months no improvement?
Hives ?: Two months of a rash, which looks like hives to you needs to be evaluated. Hives usually do itch as they are a histamine response and are not typically always in the same place. This sounds more like flat warts. In any case exam and evaluation by your primary physician or a Dermatologist is needed. ...Read more
Mom is taking telmisartan for high bp. Can she eat banana, avo, salmon, spinach, etc. Cause the drug causes Hyperkalemia and hyponatremia, right?
Potassium: I haven't found that that class of antihypertensive medications(ARB's), cause hyponatremia and have not caused hyperkalemia unless the patient had kidney disease or was taking potassium supplements or taking other potassium retaining medications like aldactone (spironolactone) or ACE inhibitors. I don't think food intake in normal amounts should promote hyperkalemia but periodic blood work should be ordered anyway ...Read more
The doctor said 2g fish oil can cause heart burn, but does eating enough salmon (to get 2g fish oil) cause the same amount of heart burn?
Atypical fever in Adult Onset Stills Disease? Several symptoms line up, including blotchy salmon rash, fatigue, sore muscles, some joint pain.. Etc. Except the fevers are generally every couple weeks and usually low grade instead of daily spiking.
In general, yes: But it depends on where the fish is from. Stay away from fish from the pacific! because of fukushima, which is still spewing incredibly high amounts of contaminated sea water into the pacific, i would stay away from any seafood from the pacific. But in general, salmon is one of the best and healthiest fish to consume; it is loaded with omega-three fatty acids and other antioxidents. ...Read more
Unlikely: Chances r u will be just fine. If not you will know real soon - very unlikely. ...Read more
Recommended: by the American Heart Association. The recommendation is eating fatty fish (e.g. salmon) at least two times per week. The serving size of fish is 3.5 ounces cooked or 3/4 cup of fish flaked. It is also important to prepare fish by baking, steaming or grilling. Take care. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nothing to do: If you are not sick, don't worry about it. If you do get sick, see your doctor. There isn't much else you can do in the mean time. ...Read more
Good: Fish, in general, helps with cholesterol.Get a more detailed answer ›
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