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How Do Girls Recover From The Trauma Of Rape
Try this one...: "A habit, if not resisted, soon becomes necessity." St. Augustine. ...Read more
Possibly by MRIs: Mri technology has advanced dramatically in the last few years. Specialized sequences looking at the white fiber tracts or looking for signs of micro hemorrhages (t2-star sequences) are useful for detecting abnormalities. If the head injury is more severe clinically, there are usually more findings on mri. These may be followed over time with serial MRI scans to see if they hopefully improve. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
MARIJUANA MEDICAL: It is quite surprising the usa has 2.3 million in prisons, the most in the world. One part of this besides terrible law for poor, is illegal herb pot. This is a clear and exceptional medical herb for many things. Like all treatments, if used legally, one must monitor anxiety, depression, sleep and brain pressure. I have never touched it personally. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Perhaps not needed: If you remember nothing from your childhood and are now 18 (as your question note indicates), this is not usual. But you may not need to consciously remember "the cause" of depersonalization to get help for the symptoms you now have. What's important is to recognize that your current experience is distressing to you in some way, enough to seek help. A psychiatrist or therapist can be useful here. ...Read more
Depends: This depends on the type and extent of damage as well as other things - please refer to my answer to your other recent question - find a good rapr center in your area. They'll be so helpful! ...Read more
Shame/guilt: Shame/guilt is just about the darkest emotion people can face. It presupposes that there's an audience to our alleged wrongdoings, and that devastating judgement will be passed. Something to remember is that everyone has something they feel ashamed about; it's inescapable. Find a reputable psychotherapist to speak with. Getting it off one's chest in a safe, nonjudgmental place is the first step. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How many cases of of spinal myoclonus develop after whip blash injury due to car accidents? What are the first symptoms of spinal myoclonus?
Muscle jerks: Spinal myoclonus , those sudden little jerks that are simillar to the ones when you catch yourself falling asleep, is typically the result of spinal stenosis or a spinal cord lesion. It can occasionally be "idiopathic" meaning without a clear reason. If you are having these symptoms persistent after a whiplash type injury to your neck you definitely warrant further study. See your doctor. ...Read more
Depends: The effects of the tbi depends on the extent and severity and if any surgery needed to be done. In general, the recovery from a tbi suffered in combat is similar to the recovery process in the civilian situation. The importance of pt/ot/st-rehabiliataion services cannot be stressed enough. That is the key to recovery and re-integration. ...Read more
What r they saying.: Sleep state is unconcious, and not 'controllable': a 'mind of its own'. Dreams reflect recent daytime activities in the context of all your life's brain-imprinted complex neuronal connections (which is why artificial intelligence will remain rudimentary). Let ur conscious state consider the dream: share details w someone who knows u. Don't over-analyze. Laugh @ it, conquer it, they'll go away. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For what length of time can someone remain unconscious from a closed head injury (blow to the head)?
Depends on type: With an abdominal hysterectomy the time off work and restrictions of no heavy lifting and only walking is 6 weeks. Vaginal hysterectomy is the same though women feel better faster. With hysterectomy done laparoscopically the recovery and time off work is more like 3 weeks. If you are in reasonable health you should do fine. If you come to surgery exhausted it will take longer to heal. ...Read more
How high should the temperature of someone recovering from a tramautiv brain injury get before they are taken to the hospital?
38.5 C: 38.5 c is the temperature in the hospital where we start to get worried and treat the patient with tylenol (acetaminophen) or other cooling measures. However, it depends on the circumstances and the degree of head injury. Is the patient awake or still in coma? The rationale for being concerned is that you want to find the source of the fever. Infections from the lungs and urinary tract are common. ...Read more
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