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Embarrassed By Cast How Can I Go To Prom With It
Prom Ball on Nov 28 from 6pm to midnight. I am an normal girl (10pm-6am and impossible to get up later). Should I go to bed after it or the next night?
Night owl: The Prom is a life time memory and you want to enjoy it as much as you can. I think your parents need to answer this question more than I do. It is important to remember to stay in a group of good friends who have the same values you do. Also remember to not get involved in things that will leave a bad memories. Have fun! ...Read more
Diet and exercise: There is nothing better than diet and exercise to tone up. Try eliminating soft drinks with sugar as well as starchy and fatty foods. Then, try and exercise at least 30 minutes a day, more if possible. Eat several small meals per day instead of larger ones. Be sure and start to tone in plenty of time as there are no last minute quick fixes. Finally, enjoy your prom. ...Read more
Hi I woke up this morning with my jaw being Locked I was able to open it a little but now I can't bite down on anything or my jaw will pop and its still locked and hurting a lot how can fix this in about an hour because I have prom today?
I want to go to prom on the 16th but I just got on my period today is there away that I can get off my period earlier so I can enjoy prom?
The 16th is 4 days: away. Your menstrual flow should be tapering off by then. While the hormones in birth control, the morning after pill and progesterone only pills can delay a period, once it's started, none of them are likely to be effective and aren't medically approved for this situation. A superabsorbent tampon and panty shield are your best bet if you're still on your period. Enjoy! ...Read more
Leaking BOW b4 labor: In obgyn we use a lot of abbreviations. Prom is premature rupture of membranes or leaking of fluid from the amniotic sac before onset of labor. Bow is bag of waters or sac containing amniotic fluid and baby. B4 is, well, before. So if there is suspected leakage of fluid or continuous feeling of dampness in vagina/vulva, a pregnant woman should be seen by ob. Risk of infection can rise every hour. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Plan ahead: Practice good hand washing, avoid crowds, us antiseptic cleaners when appropriate , eat a balanced diet & get appropriate rest. If you can do this you can increase your chances of avoiding contagious illness. There are no guarantees in life, so you could have an unexpected exposure & still get sick. Think though it but accept it. Illness does not respect a schedule. ...Read more
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