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Right-sided aortic area murmur that increases when standing? Heard at lower intensity at erb's point. No apical murmur. What is it?
Injured 2 1/2 years ago...C5/c6 nerve root damaged at erb's point in plexus. What signs and symptoms will i get? I need a concrete diagnosis!
Excess: Often when a behavior becomes excessive it is because it is being used as means to cope or avoid situations and people a person feels threatened by or does not have the faith to deal with. This then becomes a habit, like excessive drinking or eating that takes you away from the conflicts in your life temporarily. My best. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cleanliness is...: ...Closer to godliness? It really depends--if you have a rough/sweaty/dirty job, then it may be necessary. If does not interfere with your social life, or alter your skin (dry it out / make it greasy, etc.), then should be ok. ...Read more
Sure: Why not ? Starting is the key. Take it slow and easy, and enjoy the ride. ALWAYS wear the helmet, properly secured. Be aware of your surroundings , and others on foot, cycles and boards. Have fun. Good Luck. ...Read more
Expand options: Take inventory and ask yourself, "am i overwhelmed by too much" or "am i stuck and stagnent"? If you are overwhelmed by too much going on in your life, consider cutting back and making life more manageable. If you feel stuck, consider making a change in your life so you begin a new adventure or stimulate yourself in a healthy way. ...Read more
Seek care: Cough is a normal reflex to clear the lower airway. However, if cough continues beyond 6-8 weeks or is associated with other symptoms, an uation is necessary. Gagging or vomiting after severe coughing can be seen in asthma and whooping cough (pertussis). Stomach acid reflux can trigger coughing and have associated gagging. A cough specialist such as a pulmonologist or allergist can help. ...Read more