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What's a hydel heria?

What's a hydel heria?

Let me explain: Hiatal hernia occurs when part of your stomach pushes upward through your diaphragm. Your diaphragm normally has a small opening (hiatus) through which your food tube passes on its way to connect to your stomach. The stomach can push up through this opening and cause a hiatal hernia. ...Read more

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What is horner's syndrome?

What is horner's syndrome?

Read: Horner's syndrome is the combination of drooping of the eyelid (ptosis) and constriction of the pupil (miosis), sometimes accompanied by decreased sweating of the face on the same side; redness of the conjunctiva of the eye is often also present. It indicates a problem with the sympathetic nervous system. ...Read more

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How could horner's syndrome be treated?

First: Find the cause!
Then some possible interventions.
Probably never return to complete normal, but try. ...Read more

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I am having the nerve taken out of my pappilia hopin it wil stop the pain?

I am having the nerve taken out of my pappilia hopin it wil stop the pain?

More details are nee: Your question can not be answered without more detail. ...Read more

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What is the heparin?

What is the heparin?

Heparin: Is a naturally occurring anticoagulant produced by basophils and mast cells. In therapeutic doses it prevents the formation and extension of blood clots. It allows the body's natural clot dissolving mechanisms to work normally to break down clots. It is used when heart attack is imminent(acute coronary syndrome), deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, in heart surgery, to prevent stroke in A fib ...Read more

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Why can't I quit heroin?

Why can't I quit heroin?

Addiction to Heroin: Your brain has receptors that when given an opioid medication, heroin, morphine, hydrocodone, will be stimulated, which causes as cascade of Dopamine down the "reward pathway." for some individuals this is very strong, and they crave multiple doses and stronger doses, leading to addiction. A supportive treatment program that includes detox can get you going the right direction. ...Read more

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How do I test my hearing?

How do I test my hearing?

See an: Audiologist for a hearing test. You PCP may prescribe a wax cleansing agent prior to the test if ear canals have wax impaction ...Read more

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How can hearing be damaged?

How can hearing be damaged?

Noise: Although some lose hearing from inherited problems or local disease, the most common cause of hearing lose in younger people be exposure to noise. People at especial risk are rock musicians, foundry workers, riveters, and servicemen on flight decks of aircraft carriers. Older folks can get loss from what is called presbyacusis, the loss of hearing of the elderly. ...Read more

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When does baby start hearing?

When does baby start hearing?

Babies hear at birth: Babies can hear at birth. A baby can hear even before he is born, but the sounds are dampened because he is inside his mother and surrounded by amniotic fluid. Hearing tests can be done on newborns before discharge from the hospital. ...Read more

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Could hearing change at age 14?

Could hearing change at age 14?

Yes: Repetitive loud noise without hearing protection, trauma or infections could impact hearing. ...Read more

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What are normal heparin levels?

Zero: Heparin is not a normal constituent of blood. Even when Heparin is administered for therapeutic purposes, its effect is measured by testing for activated thromboplastin time (appt), not Heparin levels. ...Read more

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What exactly is horner syndrome?

What exactly is horner syndrome?

Nerve problem: Am impairment of sympathetic nerve activity that presents as ptosis(droopy eyelid), meiosis (constricted pupil) and anhydrosis (no sweating) on the same side of the face. While over 50% of the causes are benign it can indicate the presence od a tumor in the chest or neck. ...Read more

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Why is my hearing bad sometimes?

Why is my hearing bad sometimes?

Many reasons: As we age our normally decreases but other things besides age are at play like genes, cerumen in ear canal, middle ear disturbance, medication, infection in the ear, barometric injury are just a few more. My suggestion is that to narrow down the possibilities is to make an appt with an ENT (ear nose & throat) physician. ...Read more

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How does heroin affect your body?

How does heroin affect your body?

Where to start?: Heroin, if pure (as in England) used with sterile precautions, has same side effects as any other opioid — constipation, respiratory depression if excessive, and producing physical dependency — withdrawal if stopped abruptly. However, non-sterile injected heroin can cause abscesses in skin, brain, lung, bone & heart valves, pulmonary edema and kidney failure, hepB/C, AIDS&other infections. ...Read more

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How are heparin injections given?

Subq: Most Heparin injections are administered subcutaneously or intravenously. ...Read more

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How can I improve hearing levels?

How can I improve hearing levels?

Clean ears or aids: Occasionally getting the wax out of the ears will improve hearing, but otherwise hearing aids may be needed. ...Read more

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Are online hearing tests reliable?

Are online hearing tests reliable?

Not entirely.: It is a good way to screen for hearing loss. There are several factors that an online test cannot help with, such as the nature of your hearing loss, whether it is from the outer ear, middle ear or inner ear. A visit with an audiologist would be more informative. ...Read more

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Could heroin have any medical uses?

Afraid not ...: The risk to benefit ratio is way too big. ...Read more

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Can i permanently damage my hearing?

Can i permanently damage my hearing?

Depends: Were you in a situation where loud music or noise was all around you? Did you wear protection? Aside from inherited defects, the most common cause of loss is frequent unprotected exposure to loud noise. Do you have tinnitus (ringing) which is a sign of sensitivity. Invest in a pair of ear plugs and wear protective ear covers when possible if loud noise is around you. ...Read more

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How to know if I'm losing my hearing?

How to know if I'm losing my hearing?

An audiologist: Can perform hearing tests that would help to determine this. Take care. ...Read more

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What are the effects of using heroin?

What are the effects of using heroin?

Too many to count: Pure pharmaceutical heroin does what any other opioid would do — reduce pain, produce sedation and euphoria, and if the dose is too high — cause stupor, coma and ultimately respiratory failure and death. However, heroin found in US is NOT pure or sterile, and contaminants and unsterile use (with needle/works sharing) result in infections like hep B/C, AIDS, as well as severe addiction/dependency. ...Read more

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What can I expect at my ssdi hearing?

SSDI: A judge or an administrator will review the facts and may have a medical expert that he gets advice from. ...Read more

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My left hear is not hearing very well?

My left hear is not hearing very well?

Hearing test: You can get good advice from your doc who may send you to a certified hearing audiologist. That person can test you and tell you what is happening. Peace and good health. ...Read more

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What's wrong with my hearing? Ringing.

What's wrong with my hearing? Ringing.

Tinnitus: Tinnitus or ringing in the ears can occur in various ear conditions including wax, middle ear problems and more often without an obvious cause. Better to see an ENT doctor to get to the bottom of it. ...Read more

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How long does heroin stay in your body?

How long does heroin stay in your body?

Heroin: The half-life of heroin is 8 hours. Generally it take 5 half-lives for a drug to be removed from the body. Thus, heroin is metabolized and out of the body in 40 hours if the body is functioning correctly. ...Read more

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Can a person can gain hearing capacity?

Can a person can gain hearing capacity?

Hearing loss: It depends on there are correctable causes of hearing loss- such as wax, acute otitis media, perforated ear drums(surgically correctable) otosclerosis. Most sensorineural deafness are progressive, no possible cure. ...Read more

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