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I have wide hips, wide waist, small ribcage, rounded body.I am anxious.My lh=4.2, fsh=4.5.My s.Testosterone is 384ng/dl.E2=29.Want v shaped bone structure
Build what you have: There is no such things a perfect body & internet photos have distorted mens' images of how we should look. You can't change your bone structure. You must stop focusing on this. You're male, so you can trim fat and develop muscle with basically no limit. The guy in the photo has your bone structure and i doubt it bothers him; look at some photos of hugh jackman as well. Follow your dream. ...Read more
I want a marilyn monroe body size 5"51/2, 118-140lbs, bust35-37 wast22-23, hips35-36, thigh191/2 calf13, i'm 5"51/2, 176lb, 47bust, 42wast, 35hip, 20 thigh?
17y.o.Lotsof Bdy hair;have mustache;beard growing, butmypenis is 3 inches-erect and 1inch-flaccid ;circum-big as thumb. What iswrong?willitstillgrow?
Left fallopian tube blocked at fimbrial end in hsg test.Rt normal.Dr suggested antibiotics n short wave diathermy 20days n 1 placenterex inj daily.Ok?
Hello doctor, twin pregnancy is their any difference between dichronic and monochronic diaminotic twins?
Twins: Dichorionic/Diamniotic twins have 2 separate placentas and 2 separate amniotic sacs. Fraternal twins. These have the lowest mortality risk of twin pregnancies. Monochorionic/Diamniotic twins have 2 amniotic sacs and one placenta. Have a risk of increased risk. Monochorionic/Monoamniotic share one sac and one placenta and also have a higher risk. Hope this helps. ...Read more
My son-14 5/12, 5'3",pubertal changes,bone age-13.5y, GH stim test peak-7.6, IGFI-332, IGF-BP3.LC-3916, NL-T4free,Testost,TSH
Follow-up endo appt on 3/4, what to ask? Test results-serum testosterone 204, lh-2.5, fsh-6.6, estradiol-18.1, dhea-92.6. Hypothyroid, 5'10", 275lbs.
32yrs, 5'10, 165lbs.Considered healthy, non-smoker, drug or alcohol user.Feb 2nd I broke my m#5 in the "middle shaft".No fusion/non-union still, what now?
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Y & ?2 rq , 24/7pain in lowr back round W Mid section tailBne legs connect to mid sec thr legs, 2 top ft , disconct from me & up b arms across 2 LB
Pain: See a physician and get a correct diagnosis ...Read more
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5yrold boy,16kg wt.having both knee jnts,elbow jts,wrist joints,cervical,metatarsal jt aches.he plays footballand does cycling smtimes.plays lego.wat?
Joint pains : Your son is suffering from multiple joint pains. He needs to be evaluated by his pediatrician or a rheumatologist for proper diagnosis, work up & treatment. It is good he is active but be careful, may be he is overdoing it with all these activities, that might aggravate his joint pains, do it in moderation. I hope he feels better soon. ...Read more
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Incidental Finding: Hyperostosis frontalis interna is a benign, incidental finding of no clinical significance except for not being confused with pathological conditions. It certainly can be seen in your age group. ...Read more
My age is 23years old. gender=female, my serum bilirubin (total)= 0.40mg/dl
sgpt=70 U/L at 37 degree centrigrate and sgot= 40 U/L at 37 degree centrig?
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Girl child ending 13 years soon ..Phalanges & metacarpels fused..But epephyses of lower end of radius and ulna not fused...Can she grow taller [4.10"]?
Final adult height: What is important also to know if she has a good potential to grow taller is to know how sexually she is mature and what is her bone age. ...Read more
4" erect penis, underdeveloped chest, skinny everywhere except pot belly, had gallbladder surgery, natural receding hairline, patchy beard, 21. Low T?
Hgb fall 5-7 in every 7 month.Bonemarrow study report erythroid hyperplasia, micronormoblastic maturation, reduced bonemarrow iron.Why?Wht is treatment?
Erythroid hyper-: Plasia is production of large, immature precursors of red blood cells /rbc in the bone marrow which prevents or crowds out the growth of normal ones. This will cause anemia and most likely it's a side effect of Methotrexate that ur taking and/or the medical condition u have. Follow up with ur hema.Best wishes and god bless u! http://www.Nlm.Nih.Gov/medlineplus/druginfo/meds/a682019.Html. ...Read more
36 female 130lb. What is the best non-invasive approach to crepey inner thigh skin? Thermage, fraxel, venus freeze, ect?
Nothing noninvasive: Go seek a consultation with a cosmetic expert, a dermatologist or plastic surgeon. I do not believe that non invasive interventions actually work. Losing some weight with exercise daily will help. ...Read more
Pancreatic amylase levels over 2400 hayley’s symptoms, frequency between the attacks shorter.Hayley's [email protected]
What is the ?: Hereditary pancreatitis is a real problem. Related to the same genes as in cystic fibrosis. Ultimately structural changes in the pancreas lead to daily pain without enzyme rise. Avoid narcotics. See about celiac plexus block. If enzymes still go up, consider non-encapsulated pancreatic enzymes (high- dose) with every meal (and acid suppression) to minimize pain. Hope this helps. ...Read more