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GrandeMD. Com MK. Com: They have developed eye liners containing the active ingredient to grow your eyelashes. Beware of the risk of eye reddening, swelling and itching that those products may produce in your eye. Best luck! ...Read more
ED possible: Yes, it is possible for an 25 yo male to have ed though less frequent than in older men. Check with your doc. The causes vary and there may be an easy fix. Docs and psychologist docs see this a lot so no need to be shy. Wishing you health and happiness. ...Read more
Be more specific: What exactly would you like to make go away? ...Read more
Possibly: The current thinking is that one's immediate circumstances account for about 10% of one's happiness. Roughly 40% of one's happiness is related to one's behaviors and investment in pursuits. If your current environment is particularly troublesome and there is little that you can do to change that, it might be a fine idea to move to allow you access to increased safety or positive opportunities. ...Read more
Heredity: If you are nearsighted, as long as you are still growing your eyes will be growing as well causing more nearsightedness. Also, extensive reading or computer work will cause a temporary change as well. There is a rare form of progressive nearsightedness that never stops changing. Astigmatism rarely gets worse without underlying corneal problems which should be investigated with corneal mapping. ...Read more
What would make a person carve sweets and nothing else? I don't want anything healthy to eat just chocolate.
What to do if I didn't know they even had medication that can make you temporarily lose your memory. Is this true?
I like to add raw sprouts to my son's sandwiches. Is it the type of sprout or something else that made people sick?
Bacteria: It is bacterial contamination of sprouts that makes people sick now and then. ...Read more
Are the rumors about nanotechnology true that it could cure all are diseases, make us live longer and maybe even forever?
No: No - at least not at this time. Nanotechnology is great for science fiction stories, but not much medical application exists today. ...Read more
Can propranylol make you disinterested / unambitious even a few days after you take it? I thought the half life was a few hours
I'm not able to concentrate in my studies...or pretty much anything and I'm often bored. Even awesome movies don't make me feel better...what do I do?
You might be: Depressed. We have a lot of good medicines, see your PCP ...Read more
I am super ticklish. I can't even stand being poked, and I can even tickle myself at times. Should I be concerned as an adult male that I'm this bad?
No: Very common, and it does not mean that you are abnormal. You are just very ticklish. ...Read more
I get bothered by circles a lot. I'd try to scratch them away or scratch at myself or something else to make them "go away." I feel compelled to do so?
These are Anxious or OCD See a psychiatrist for treatment and
specific diagnosis ...Read more
When does a dr. Finally admit you are terminal instead of telling you they can't find any major health problem even though its quitr clear you have one?
Frustrating Medical: Your frustration is coming through loud and clear. If you feel you are being misdiagnosed or not listened to it is your right to seek out another opinion. You did not give us any history or a story here to comment on. But, please seek out another source for evaluation and answers. ...Read more
How can I make sure that I get to donate my body after my demise? My husband has all for it, but my family wouldn't be if he were gone as well. I have heard of all of the advances that are made and would rather let someone else use whatever I can leave
On: On behalf of the millions of people who have benefited from such an incredible gift, I thank you for your thoughtfulness and selflessness! Body donation is such a valuable gift - I can tell you that I am forever grateful to the woman who so selflessly donated in order to enhance the medical education of my classmates and i. I have attached a few websites below about different organizations near you who are accepting donations. If you have any specific ties to any specific universities or teaching hospitals, you can also call them specifically to see if they accept donations. Good luck! ...Read more
Either: Have your hair stylist for barber even it out. But if that's not possible then you would likely have to seek the help of a hair transplant specialist to surgically even out your hair line. The pills and other topicals will not work so well to even out a hair line ...Read more
You are not alone: "fertility shots" contain hormones that stimulate your ovaries to produce a group of follicles (each containing an egg), instead of the one follicle that normally develops in a natural cycle. Each of the follicles makes estrogen and, consequently, your estrogen level will rise well beyond the normal range. In many women, those high estrogen levels cause changes in mood and emotions. ...Read more
Various: Other than fever and hot ambient conditions, heavy perspiration at rest could be due to overactive thyroid, certain malignancies or inflammatory conditions, hormonal imbalance, some medications such as Aspirin or tylenol (acetaminophen). Cardiac causes at times occur. Athis symptom requires a thorough examination and testing. ...Read more
It runs it's course.: According to the mayo clinic, colds usually last one to two weeks. Tips: sore throat – gargle with warm salt water (1/2 tsp salt in 8 oz of water). Get strep test/culture if very sore. Congestion – saline nose drops or netti pot. For anti-inflammatory effect & mobilizing mucus- homemade chicken noodle soup. Hydrate- lots of water/clear broth/ add honey & a small amt. Of lemon juice to chamomile >. ...Read more
Lots of ways: Your pharmacist can recommend a variety of over-the-counter Rx's which if you'll use consistently for a week or so will usually keep it under control. It's something you manage lifelong. If you can't find something over the counter, ask your physician about Rx's including perhaps ketoconazole. ...Read more
Possibly: But it can't hurt, and others will see you as a positive influence on them. ...Read more
Not necessarily: There are outpt eating disorder programs in most geographic areas. Hospitalization is only used when there would be medical danger to the patient if they were not in a hospital. See a psychologist or psychiatrist who specializes in treating eating disorders. Many also find help from overeaters anonymous (not just for the obese - this is an incorrect stereotype). Find more info at www. Oa.Org. ...Read more
No: If done correctly it will tone and define your thigh, hamstring muscles as well as calf and buttock musculature. ...Read more
Mirror Look: Good counseling is slow and thorough. It will depend in establishing confidence with the therapist. Beware, there will be touchy issues to tackle and this may cause you discomfort. Good therapy should help with your confidence but there's no quick fix to whatever answers you are looking for. ...Read more
More information: You need to give more information please. Weird head sensations is not enough of a description to help you ...Read more
Where can I find detailed criteria for did? The dsm doesn't make it clear enough, even the new one.
Can being in a room that has heat turned up make body temp go up slightly? (Even if you're not sick)
Tough question...: The word "slightly" throws me a bit. Normal body temps range 97.7–99.5 °F. Hotter temps increase sweat to cool the body--in high humidity, sweat drips off the body rather than evaporating, providing no cooling effect. If it's hot outside, our bodies sweat and increase blood flow to the skin to cool down faster. So 90 degrees doesn’t feel cold to our 98.6 degree bodies. Our body temp is regulated. ...Read more