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Gradually: Try taking a break from that stuff you are trying to avoid. Maybe start with one day per week. Then two days per week. Maybe then one week per month and so on. You can do it. Ask yourself: "does this cheeseburger taste better than being thin feels? ". ...Read more
I was facing ed. I took tablets and not taking any tabket from. Two weeks I started eating drumsticks. Is it making me strong.
??: I don't understand your question. Do you mean chicken drumsticks? If so, what does that have anything to do with ed? And what are you asking? ...Read more
How do I program my Eddie Bauer Essential Pedometer? I can read the display numbers but the letters in the lower right corner are sub-microscopic.
Customer service: Try their customer service, they might be able to show you how ...Read more
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Stepfather drinks three pints of bourbin a day. The last month he throws up any food he eats and really hasn't eatin for a week. Is he dying?
My labs always say "result status:final." But on my last it says "result status: EDITED results." What does this mean? Why would dr edit the #s?
Don't let paranoia: Get the better of you! Lab results are usually edited when the lab personnel have some reason to believe there was an error on the initial analysis. Perhaps they discovered they needed to replace reagents (chemicals needed for processing), etc. They rerun the specimen to make sure they reported the accurate result and sometimes they have to correct it. The ordering doctor doesn't change your result ...Read more
I have a 5yr old who I have a hard time gettin to eat, she always refusin sayin she don't like whatever she eatin how can I get her to eat properly?
Tough love: Many children behave that way. As a parent it is your job to provide appropriate nutrition. It is the child's choice to eat. If good food has been provided and the child chooses not to eat, then that is the child's choice and sadly she will be hungry. At the next meal or so she will eat. It is ok to fix something she likes as long as she eats the rest or at least some of it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi.13m old gal weight 8.9 n height 72cm. Is it ok? Anythn to wory. She's nt eatin wel. Nt takin formula. Hw can I encourage her to eat more. Plz help
Growth: Your daughter wt & ht are in about 15th percentile, in low normal range but not failing to thrive, you can try to feed her more often, give her more solid food, give her cheese & yogurt they have more protein & calcium than milk, you could also cook with milk instead of water, it is great with rice, pasta, Most important have he checked by her Dr. She might need some work up. Good luck. ...Read more
Idk if you can help but for the longest time I can not tell if im hungry or not. I feel fuel all the time. But like when I sit down I kinda feel hungery but hten when I stand up I feel fuel again. I'm afraid to eat then eat to much but then I try not eatin
Adolescent bone Ca: Ewing sarcoma is a malignant bone tumor of childhood. It appears in adolescents between the ages of 10 and 20 years old. It is the second most common bone cancer after osteosarcoma originating mostly long and large bones.. Approximately 1 in 4 children will have metastatic disease at the time of diagnosis A five drug regimen of vincristine, doxorubicin, cyclophosphamide, ifosfamide, and etoposide is now most commonly used for treatment. ...Read more
Rare cancer: It is a rare cancer which usually occurs in teenagers and young adults. It more commonly occurs in bones such as the thigh bone and pelvis, but can occur in other bones and soft tissues. The usual treatment is chemotherapy and surgical removal of tumor. Sometimes radiation is used in addition to or even instead of surgery if surgery would not remove entire tumor or would be to debilitating. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Biopsy: The biopsy establishes the diagnosis. An MRI shows the local extent of the tumor. A ct of the chest show if it spread to the lungs. A bone scan will look if tumor spread to bone. Sometimes a pet ct is done instead. A bone marrow biopsy is done to see if tumor spread to the bone marrow. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Surgery, RT, chemo: When Ewing Sa metastasizes, most common site is lung. Once mets found cure is difficult. It may be necessary to treat the primary tumor with surgery and or RT, while the mets receive chemo. The current chemo regimen is a combination of drugs, doxorubicin, vincristine) cyclophosphamide and dactinomycin) Here combination chemotherapy has improved long term outcomes but not cures. ...Read more
Pain and swelling: Ewing's sarcoma can arise from bones or soft tissues. In bones, ewing's presents with pain and usually a lump. In the soft tissues, there is a lump, but it is usually painless. Occasionally, patients may have fevers and chills. Not all sarcomas follow these rules, but these are the most common symptoms. ...Read more