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How do I air out feet on an airplane?

How do I air out feet on an airplane?

Shoes off: Make sure your feet are clean when boarding, then when seated, take your shoes off for the flight. ...Read more

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Light headedness, nausea, dizziness and cold feet just after sitting inside the airplane(even before takeoff). Can this be Heart problem ?

Light headedness, nausea, dizziness and cold feet just after sitting inside the airplane(even before takeoff). Can this be Heart problem ?

Airplane issues: The symptoms you mention can come from heart but that is less likely than other causes such as anxiety, low blood sugar, etc. Please see your doc. Peace and good health. Namaste ...Read more

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I seen an ENT over a year ago i had no fluid. But had pressure like when i blow my nose the ears fill with air like im on an airplane is this normal?

I seen an ENT over a year ago i had no fluid. But had pressure like when i blow my nose the ears fill with air like im on an airplane is this normal?

Not normal: There are many causes for ear fullness with a normal exam such as patulous eustachian tube, cochlear hydrops; referred from the neck, thyroid, sinuses, chewing muscles and jaw joint; suggest a second evaluation. ...Read more

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How can I heal a cut that has been there for a while on my foot? Air it out?

How can I heal a cut that has been there for a while on my foot? Air it out?

Keep it covered: If it is a deep cut you need to have a physician check it out. If it is superficial use an antibiotic ointment and cover with a band aid until it is healed. ...Read more

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I share a room, and my roommate is sick with flu. I'm 6 feet away from him, can I get sick from the air he was breathing into all night?

I share a room, and my roommate is sick with flu. I'm 6 feet away from him, can I get sick from the air he was breathing into all night?

Kind off: you can, try to protect yourself by staying away and may be wear a mask, and stay well hydrated, and take some extra vitamin C and ZINK, to boost your immune system. ...Read more

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I landed on my foot from the air in dance and now it hurts when i flex my foot. Should i get it checked out? It is as if i landed on my foot while it was pointed and rolled over.

I landed on my foot from the air in dance and now it hurts when i flex my foot. Should i get it checked out? It is as if i landed on my foot while it was pointed and rolled over.

Absolutely: Pain after trauma at minimum sounds like a sprain. May have injured a tendon, or even bone in some capacity. See a podiatrist or orthopedic foot and ankle specialist. ...Read more

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He cummed in the air from 1 to 2 feet away but the semen landed on the opening of my vag, will be be preg? I am so worried.

He cummed in the air from 1 to 2 feet away but the semen landed on the opening of my vag, will be be preg? I am so worried.

No Guessing: Any sperm inside of the vagina when you are ovulating can produce pregnancy. If your next period does not start it will be wise to get a pregnancy test. ...Read more

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Vaccinated dog causes rabies while saliva contact through air between 7 feet long distance?

Vaccinated dog causes rabies while saliva contact through air between 7 feet long distance?

No: Rabies is unlikely in a vaccinated dog. The more common vectors for rabies are raccoons, skunks, and coyotes. You can't get rabies through the air. It can only be transmitted via broken skin by an animal bite. On average, there is 1 or 2 rabies fatalities in the US per year. ...Read more

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How long should I use an air cast after a broken foot?

How long should I use an air cast after a broken foot?

Air Cast: An air cast splint is usually used for a sprained ankle. For a broken foot usually a cast or boot would be used for 4-6 weeks for weight bearing protection while the fracture heals. ...Read more

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Can a fan a few feet from you to the left blowing air into your left ear cause ear damage? (On lowest setting, breeze)

Can a fan a few feet from you to the left blowing air into your left ear cause ear damage?

(On lowest setting, breeze)

Not likely: Unless your fan is incredibly noisy, it's unlikely that the fan generates enough decibels to contribute to hearing loss. The air current itself, shouldn't create any danger to your ear, unless your fan is incredibly dirty and blowing around dangerous material/pathogens - and this wouldn't be an issue with the fan as so much the hygiene of the environment the fan is in. ...Read more

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