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I am having a colonoscopy/endoscopy on Monday so I am currently on a clear liquid diet. I have a pan I disorder, is not eating causing my panic attack?
If you get hives after eating fish at a restaurant, how do you know which fish (various fish are cooked using the same pots and pans)?
See an allergist: An allergist can assist you in discovering if you are allergic to one fish, some fish, or all fish. Unfortunately, it's rarely just one fish. You also have to consider a reaction to shellfish either crustaceans or mollusks. The websites of the american academy of allergy & immunology (www. Aaaai. Org) the american college of allergy & immunology (www. Acaai. Org) have find an allergist tools. ...Read more
If you can " own": The impact that parental overprotectiveness had in his ability to become an independent, fully- functional adult with age-appropriate adaptive/self-help & prosocial skills, he'll probably be more receptive. Offer to attend family counseling with him & seek individual therapy to explore your past & current role in the relationship. See:www. Sciencedaily. Com/releases/2007/05/070501112023.Htm. ...Read more
Many causes.: If indeed it is your kidney that is causing the pain, it can be due to infections, stones, tumors of the urinary tract, blood clot, spontaneous bleed, to name a few. First thing is to see your pcp to determine if pain is indeed from the kidney, you may need a referral to see a urologist. ...Read more
Medical question?: Doctors have to wash dishes as much as anybody else, but this question is not our best expertise. Still, one can soak burnt pots & pans in hot water and soap to see if the burnt food loosens up. If this doesn't work you need to scrub -- or consult with someone more informed about kitchen cleaning ideas. Good luck and happy cooking. ...Read more
Symptoms vary: It depends on the severity of the hormones deficiency. Possible symptoms include: low blood sugar, low blood pressure, fatigue, weakness, depression, decreased quality of life, brittle nails, low libido, frequent urination, frequent thirst...If the cause is due to a tumor, one can also present with headache, double vision or visual field defects. ...Read more
Immaturity: Peter pan syndrome is psychological immaturity with the failure to adopt adult social responsibilities. ...Read more
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No, . ..: There has been no known home remedy as effective as plan B pill and as well, there has been no known contraceptive bearing a 100% success but absolute abstinence. Nonetheless, always do HPT 7-10 days after missing period and repeat it in another 7-10 days if the first HPT is (-) & still in doubt. Best wish... ...Read more
No: Teflon is inert and if you get some in your GI tract, they cannot be broken down and it will pass without harm. ...Read more
Slower vs fast: Sauteeing involves cooking meat using a small amount of oil or fat but you can cook the meat in its own fat or juices without adding extra oil or fat. Whereas pan frying involves heating a piece of meat quickly and frying on both sides at hot temperature. It involves using greater amounts of oil or fat to crisp the outside of the meat. ...Read more
Panfrying ur health!: Pan frying is not much better than deep frying. All oils when heated for frying are bad for ur hralth. Try steaming ur vegetables and then saute in minimal oil. ...Read more
I do not think I've ever seen a woman pan handle or sit on a curb. Is it because women can resort to prostitution?
Sociology: Now that is a real interesting question and conclusion. I do not believe that this type of medical forum will be able to best explain why you do not see women out on the street "pan-handling" as frequently. I do imagine though, that you may need to examine your preconceptions in regards to women and what drives them towards prostitution. All the best! ...Read more
My son burnt some plastic in a non-stick pan. I got most of it off. The pan is basically clean only a few small specks. Can this hurt you?
Probably not: It would be ideal to get all the plastic out...You may try heating some water in the pan and boiling it to soften what is left and get it off. The body can detox even if some things get in...I appreciate your concern. It is a great question. ...Read more
From the OGDS diagnosis, I was diagnosed to have the "pan gastritis", may I know what is pan gastritis, what caused it and how to cure it?
Constantly anxious (pan. Attacks) about "breaking rules". I think I make up most of these rules. What are possible reasons? S/abused as a child...
Good insight: You have good insight about your own possibly making up rules, perhaps well-practiced from a young age with your family. This is very common in people with histories of abuse. Working with your own therapist can help you discover more about this, and help you recover. Trying to do it all by yourself is more lonely than you need to be, and can leave you spinning your wheels. Good luck to you. ...Read more
Seepage: Of fluids from the chicken could contaminate raw vegetables. ...Read more
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Depends on oil type: It can add quite a bit. It depends on the type and quantity of oil used. ...Read more
Fried chicken: The two pieces of fried chicken would add up to about 500 calories, which includes nearly 25 grams of fat and around 200 mg of cholesterol. This is almost half of the fat suggested for a whole day and it isn't healthy fat. On the plus side, chicken is a good source of protein and iron. ...Read more
If you cook it: It is common and safe if you actually cook the raw meat. You can use a wok and call it stir fry. Where you can get in trouble is cutting raw meat on a cutting board, then cutting vegetables on the same board without thoroughly cleaning it and serving those veggies raw or in a salad. ...Read more
Microwave is safe: If used properly a microwave is safe. Better to warm things in glass than plastic and and cover with a moist piece of papper towel to prevent splatter. Be careful, since things can getvery hot in a microwave-do not want to get a burn. ...Read more
Eggs are good: Yes, and don't feel like you need to skip the yolk, these are nutritious, too. Eggs got a bad RAP in the 1970s and 80s regarding their cholesterol content, but we now understand more about what was oversimplification of the total cholesterol content. Not all cholesterol is 'bad'! ...Read more
Do pan fried foods end up with too much fat for people that want to gain muscle but keep fat down?
Yes: Fried foods contain much more fat than non fried but there are some things which can make it even worse such as batter frying, eating the fried skin which is more saturated with fat, frying in lard or other animal fats. Better to stay away from fried foods altogether especially if you're trying to get fit. ...Read more