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Effects Of Hot Weather On Embryo
It sure can...: Depending on the severity of heat exhaustion, your health status, and how quickly you get intervention, the effect may last for several days. Mild exhaustion gets better fast with simply staying in cooler area and replace the fluid lost. Severe case may need hospital care/iv fluid and/or medications. Older folks with medical problems are more prone to heat exhaustion. Consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
It could be but: May i ask first how old are ? Are you still menstruating? Did menstruation stop? For how long? Estrogen has to be given in the right dose and duration for the right person who needs it. Too much estrogen can cause problems including feeling hot. Remember that hot flashes is part of estrogen deficiency. Hyperactive thyoid can cause you to feel hot. Test for tsh. See you dr. Thank you. ...Read more
3 years hot scrotum all day causing sweat no other side effects
Even when body is cold winter/ ac?
Thirst, confusion: The result of excess salt with inadequate water will be hypernatremia and low intravasculare volume. This will cause extreme thirst, mental status changes and low blood pressure. Unless reversed death will result. Heat will exacerbate this situation by adding to the water loss. ...Read more
What food?: I don't know specifically what you ate, but in general "no" eating spicy food will not affect your ET at all - don't worry. ...Read more
Does soy milk help in alleviating hot flashes of premenopause? Any risks or side effects since it has plant estrogen in it? Weight gain?
Soy: Ingesting soy milk is probably fine. Soy is a weak phytoestrogen when ingested as a food product, though some drug companies use soy as a base for their estrogen product. Do some label reading though as some soy milks have additives that increase the calories. Adding soy beans to salads or eating tofu is also a good source of soy. ...Read more
No.: There are no "rules" about when to drink milk. If you are referring to how long milk can be at room temperature before drinking, then yes, that depends on environmental conditions, specifically temperature (which is affected by humidity) and whether or not it is exposed to bacteria (dirty cup/bottle, open container exposed to toxic fumes etc). ...Read more
Cold air hurts lungs: Cold air is naturally dry. When you breathe cold dry air into your lungs, moisture from your bronchial tubes evaporate. This irritates the surface and can cause the bronchial tubes to spasm in people with asthma. There is a test to help diagnose asthma where patients are asked to hyperventilate breathing cold dry air. Breathing through a scarf or mask helps shield the lungs from the dryness. ...Read more
Temp of between 89F-98F Humidity 50% During day time in a Wooden Building with Asbestos roof using fans inside shade outside Risk of Heat Exhaustion?
Can any of the following prevent implantation of the embryo; driving on bumpy roads, eating of spicy foods, wearing of tight clothings around the waist etc. Thank you.?
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
Can constant sweating from living in a hot and humid climate cause acne to worsen, particularly on the forehead? I'm really depressed because of it.
Serious Rx: The cause isn't the issue. All acne is manageable if you're willing to take scientific treatment. Get yoruself some topical benzoyl peroxide and use it as tolerated; start with 5%. You're a 25 year old man and have a duty to yourself and others to clear something like this up before it 'makes you depressed' and ineffective in the rest of your life. See your physician if this doesn't clear you. ...Read more
Even short term: This causes damage to the tissues. Hot water is ok (if not too hot) - scalding water is not. ...Read more
HorribleDeadlyResult: OMG!! Hot Red Cheetahs! You know what that means? It means you are substituting a sack of s--t for good food.Or even a better snack.That leads to increased salt intake leading to increased fluid intake which in your case may mean soda which means bad eating habits which means bad health down the line which means a slow skid to oblivion or maybe worse,like lying in a nursing home stroked-out.Yummy! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Numbness on tongue, abrasions on the side of tongue, hearin loss on high frequences, age 25, no history of noise exposure, sometimes pressure on ears?
Possibly, but ...: it generally indicates an increase in metabolic rate. This can be due to use of stimulants (caffeine, nicotine) or when you are under stress. Eating spicy food or consuming alcohol can also make you feel hot. Feeling hot all the time is most concerning for hyperthyroidism, an overactive thyroid gland. See your doctor for a thorough review and appropriate testing. Good wishes:) ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Inside of nose on one side sensitive, sore and runny also sneezing during flip flop between sseasonal and severe cold weather. Otherwise feel fine?
Have it evaluated: The have the issue examined, preferably by your family doctor or an ENT specialist. ...Read more
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