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Eating Hot Food While Pregnant
Hi I was wondering can eating piping hot food will that cause cancer I am worried I tend to rush my food without letting it cool dow ?
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Definitely, yes: It's happened to the everyone at one time or another. If you burn your mouth on a hot beverage or food, the pain can be unpleasant. When your mouth is burned by hot foods, blisters can form on your gums and your tongue, the roof of your mouth or the insides of your cheeks. Prevention is the best treatment. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Unlikely: Usually the food will burn your mouth. Unlikely to burn your esophagus. ...Read more
Hi I have a habbit of eating hot food temperature wise I was wondering what sort of damge will it do to the esophagus cause I am worried about cancer?
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I had hot food because of which there was boil on tongue with lot of blood.why my tongue has lost its sensitivity when eating hot foods.
Burned taste buds: The hot food destroyed the cells on top of your tonge that allow you to taste. These will grow back quickly if you don't burn them again. If there is an actual BOIL (swelling and bleeding) this sounds like an infection and you should be seen. Be very careful while eating until this is resolved. Good luck! ...Read more
Can eating of very hot food or drinking of hot tea prevent implantation of the fetus or cause early miscarriage? Thank you.
No: Neither one. I hope that's good news! ...Read more
What could be reason that I sneeze when I eat sugary foods and have an itchy nose when eating hot food?
??: Hot foods easily expalined. Vapors of hot food are going into your sinsuses and nasal passages. This can cause itching. Why you sneeze with sugary foods is a mystery. ...Read more
No.: Eat what you like when pregnant (if otherwise healthy); your taste/cravings will change but should protect you from dangerous foods. ...Read more
I got my top right molar taken out 5 days ago and on the 6th day now and was wondering when it is ok to eat hot food again? Also would be ok to eat pi
Tooth removed: As soon as you feel able. The only restriction is while you are numb because you could burn yourself. You should still be careful while chewing any food and make sure the area is rinsed out thoroughly so no food particles stay in the hole. ...Read more
Burn: Time heals all things so treat the symptoms. Eat cooler foods that will not irritate the area and rinse gently with cool or cold water to make the area feel better. The good news is the tongue has a lot of blood flow so it should heal relatively fast say 3-5 days depending on the severity of the burn. If not getting better in that time see your dentist for a check/ent md. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I break out with a blotchy rash that spreads when im in the sun, hot shower, eat hot food or when i get upset what could it be?
Hives: It sounds as if you are having a dermatologic condition called urticaria. Urticaria is the medical terminology for hives. It is the bodies response to a certain stimulus, such as an allergy. The body will release histamine in response to a stimulus and histamine causes redness, swelling and itching. Other triggers of urticaria can be cold/heat, stress, medicines, or foods to name a few. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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