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Feel Black Out
Ortho static change: Blood pooling in your leg causes transient decrease blood flow in the brain (highest point of your body), it take seconds for heart to pump faster and arteries to constrict in order to send blood to brain. Hydrate well, get up slowly. See doctor if repetitive, severe or disabling. ...Read more
18 year old female, tremors, tierd all the time, feel faint, have black outs sometimes.... What could cause this?
My 12year old son told me he hear's beeping in his ears and feel dizzy and black out and he feels like he is about to fall I don't no what to do please help
It: It is not possible to diagnose the cause from these symptoms. Has he had any recent head injuries? Any recent upper respiratory infections? Dehydrated? If he was my son, I would bring him to the emergency room to be evaluated. When something might be neurological, it is sometimes safer to err on the side of caution. Take care. ...Read more
I feel faint and have blacked out while smoking a cigarette after drinking? This is never happened before I just moved to Cali from Idaho.
Black outs: Symptoms of lightheadedness are nonspecific in nature. Faintness and dizziness are other terms people use to described their symptoms. "blacking out" really refers to an interruption in consciousness or awareness and is not normal. This can be related to seizures or near syncope (near faint). Any events that impair awareness or consciousness need to be evaluated by a physician. ...Read more
If rice is a staple: Of your diet, it might not be the rice per se but rather the energy that your digestive tract takes to process it. The anemia may be contributing significantly to this problem. If you haven't been checked to find out why you're anemic, you need to do so. Iron deficiency anemia is common in women your age. You also need to know your vitamin B12 & folic acid levels. Dr. Anne. ...Read more
I am having recurring attacks. They are getting worse feels like I'll black out when I move my eyes numb/tingly hands/face light headed hard to speak?
Follow your: ..instinct. If you feel that you have an urgent medical problem, then proceed to an Emergency Room. It is worth commenting that the hyperventilation that accompanies a panic attack will cause all of the symptoms that you mention, but so will a few other emergent medical problems. I wish you well! ...Read more
May be floaters: Floaters are due to imperfections in the clear gel inside the eyeball, and tend to become noticeable as a person ages. Floaters occur in many people, and sometimes are more noticeable if one is looking at a plain blank surface such as a blue sky. Large numbers of floaters, noticeably increasing floaters, flashes of light, changes in vision, etc..., should be evaluated by an md eye doctor. ...Read more
Don't know but...: I'm sorry there was a delay answering. Please read up on acanthosis nigricans. If this is a match, get with your physician and determine whether it would be appropriate to look for an underlying illness to explain the change. ...Read more
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Today's strain: If I understand your question correctly, you are asking about different strains of bubonic plague. People have looked at the genomes of the plague bacillus from today and compared it to the bacilli left in remains of victims of the epidemic in India in the late 1800's, the medieval Black Plague, and that in the ancient world and traced its molecular evolution; all 3 strains still occur in nature. ...Read more
Flavor: Spices and herb are best used for their flavors as there is not much objective evidence for their health benefits. ...Read more
They are plugged pores and they appear black.
Blackheads are typically caused by the overproduction of oil, which tends to occur when a person reaches puberty.
Spikes in hormone production can result in the high levels of DHT (dihydrotestosterone), a hormone which triggers overactivity in the oil glands, resulting in clogged pores.
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Can be normal: Black dots on a baby's tongue would most likely be due to some increased pigmentation. This can be considered normal and is usually found more commonly in darker-skinned individuals. It also can be considered hereditary. However, you should probably mention it to your pediatrician next time you have a visit, or if the baby seems bothered by it, have it checked out sooner. ...Read more