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Chill Spill Factor: We all have tiny hairs on our skin. When we're cold or feeling something strongly, the little muscles around the base of the hairs pull, bunch up the skin & form "goosebumps." the strong feelings can be fear, an intense memory, listening to moving music, anything that makes your passion/feelings spill. ...Read more
See below: Goose bumps are bumps on a person's skin at the base of body hairs which may involuntarily develop when a person is cold or experiences strong emotions such as fear, nostalgia, pleasure, awe, admiration and sexual arousal. ...Read more
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Symptoms: Curiosity? Hypochondriasis? I am not sure.Get a more detailed answer ›
Question: What is your question? You do not specify what your information from google is. ...Read more
How to stop googling every little symptoms. It always turns out to be worse when I'm in perfect health. I can't help it im curious but curiosity kills.
Try this:: Do not use google as your diagnostic tool. Use google to help you understand what your doctor is diagnosing and treating. Dr google does not have a medical degree! ...Read more
I go to store buy some groceries. As soon as I enter I forget what I came 4. I open my phone to Google something I forget. What is wrong with my memory?
Many reasons: There can be many reasons for this, including attention disorder, cognitive dysfunction, drug use, alcohol abuse, etc. See your primary care physician for a complete review of your medical history and to undergo a physical exam. You might be referred to a neurologist or psychiatrist depending on the findings. Http://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/mildcognitiveimpairment. Html ...Read more
In tech: These are a type of video screen mounted in a frame in the visual axis which will provide an image of internet information sort of floating in the air in front of the wearer while still allowing a view of the world. They strike me as a type of harder to ignore viewing of a handheld device and might be a dangerous distraction unless used carefully. They are not for vision. ...Read more
It's OK to use it: To give u a general idea of what's going on in ur body. However, common sense dictates that if there are symptoms that are recurring, persistent and worsening, it's prudent for one to get evaluated by a physician for a comprehensive exam and accurate diagnosis. Take care! ...Read more
Not necessarily: There are a lot of pharmacy's around the country that specialize in the distribution of infertility medications. My suggestion would be to ask your clinic for that list. I personally have used dobbs ferry in new york where the lead pharmacist, bruce glickman, has promised to try to match or beat any prices for all of my patients. I still always recommend that patients be their best advocate. ...Read more
Consult your Doctor:
We can not help you. You need to to consult your doctor with your symptoms whatever these are and need to get a detailed physical exam and tests if needed
you can not diagnose leukemia by googling, as all information there is can be confusing if you do not how to interpret and use it
make an appointment with your primary care doctor and get examined, and don't make self diagnosis from google. ...Read more
Where can I find quality info on sensory processing disorder? Google isn't really helping. Thank you!
Would I feel extremly i'll if I had leukemia? Do have health anxciety and google 2'much please help me
Look for symptoms: Acute leuekemias can have the same symptoms: bruising, bleeding, fatigue, bone pain (legs and back). Some leuekemias can have other symptoms as well. Certain leukemias have increased lymph node swellings. Other leukemias can have gum swelling. There are a lot of illnesses that can make you feel really bad. I doubt it'sleukemia that makes you feel bad, but if you have these symptoms: be seen. ...Read more
What is a good alkaline food chart to follow? It seems that the ones I google are all slightly different.
This isn't science: The reason that they are all different is because there's basically no science here. Foods with lots of sulfur and/or phosphate are metabolized into more acid, but this isn't the key to health or illness. Please don't self-treat using subscientific stuff; if you're interested in holistic thought in medicine, find an evidence-based practitioner of this school. ...Read more
Is there a term for someone who cuts everything with scissors? Like a pyro but for cutting stuff up? Google wasn't helpful
Scissoromania: Not really a true, well known and documented fetish/condition, but the word, when placed together in the filed of medicine denote an abnormal fascination with scissors, etc. ...Read more
I have hypochondria and it affects me so much it makes me anxious. I tend to Google a lot and it freaks me out. Help? Tips please.
Hypochondriasis: Hypochondriasis, an "illness anxiety disorder, " involves obsessive thinking, exaggerated concerns/catastrophizing & compulsive behaviors such as searching the internet for medical info, doctor shopping & avoiding areas of potential contamination. These behaviors temporarily reduce the anxiety but paradoxically reinforce the excessive preoccupation w/ health. CBT & meds often help. Good luck! ...Read more
Why am I so anxious about unrealistic health concerns? I find myself constantly googling symptoms. Always concerned about having something deadly.
Hypochondriasis?: Hypochondriasis? This would likely benefit from cognitive behavioral therapy. ...Read more
Why do you have the need to answer these questions when people have access to all information known to man, on google, medical journals plus more?
Don't have to.: We don't have to answer these questions, we choose to in order to help people. We don't get anything out of it but we try to provide as much information and knowledge to people as we can to help ease their fears of an illness they might have or provide educational background or guide them in the right direction. Google sources are not all accurate, up to date or reliable. ...Read more