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How Do You Know When You Have An Orgasium
Definitively by scan: Aneurysms come in many different areas and sizes. Some can be found by a good physical exam, but most will be discoverd by plain x-ray (few), ultrasound (many) or ct scan/mri.....Depending where they are located, they may be assymptomatic, or cause symptoms by pressing on nearby structures... ...Read more
Yeast infection: Often, yeast infection symptoms are non-existent or very subtle and may not be different from any other disease. It depends also on where yeast infection is located. Typically, women refer to yeast infection talking about their genitals. Most are asymptomatic as mentioned previously. Others complain of itching, cheese looking discharge, burning in the vagina, etc. ...Read more
Everyone has anxiety: No one can escape anxiety, which is worry about a real or imagined harmful future event. The real question is whether you worry excessively and whether it interferes with your life (work, family, school, relationships). Some anxiety is unavoidable. However, if it is interfering excessively, you should get a mental health evaluation. No need to suffer when there are many effective tx's! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Alters consciousness: Some seizures cause focal shaking of a limb, and some are associated with warnings such as fear, deja vu, disorientation, confusion, strange smells or tastes. Others result in abrupt loss of consciousness, which may be associated with a convulsion, tongue biting, loss of bladder or bowel control. The usual spell lasts about 3-5 min at most, and could be followed by postictal confusion.. ...Read more
You feel terrible...: And you have a rapid heart rate, signs of an infection (cough, urinary tract symptoms, severe abdominal pain), a fever or low temperature, and general sense of either malaise or that you are dying. You may be delirious or you might be cogent... But generally it isn't something that feels like a bad cold - you are deathly ill. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Testing: Some std's (sexually transmitted disease) aka STI (sexually transmitted infection) have an obvious appearance, but most require testing such as culture or dna testing. If you have had unprotected sex or know that you were exposed to an std, best to get tested. Early treatment can prevent complications. ...Read more
Tests : A blood test or culture can tell if you have herpes. It is very important to get tested if you think you might have herpes to avoid transmission. Most women are screened for this virus during their annual pelvic exam but don't wait for your next annual if you feel you might have the virus. ...Read more
By symptoms&signs: Symptoms are confusion vomiting seizures irregular breathing slow breathing less than 8 breaths a minute blue tinged or pale skin low body temperature stuper and coma, can not awake the person and can be a risk for dying not all symptoms have to be present but one can diagnose alcohol poisoning by observing the person and need to seek medical help stat-----------911. ...Read more
Go when you can: If you can't go simply because the bladder is mostly empty then all you can do is drink some fluids and give it a little more time to fill. If you can't go because you have traumatized the area too much you need to change to your technique and positions to be a little gentler on it. ...Read more
Scabies: It requires effort to get rid of Scabies. 1st, you & all members of your household need to be treated. Ivermectin is an effective medication for treating scabies. 2nd, clean (ie. Hot water in machine) clothes, bedding & towels you've come in contact w). There may be things like pillows that can’t go in the wash. Place them in a big plastic bag & tie it up. Keep it in there for 48 hours because > ...Read more
Rabies: transmitted : By contamination of wound with saliva from rabid animal, mostly after bite (between 20-180 days). Rabid animals: skunk, raccoon, fox, bat, stray dogs. Pain, itch, abnormal sensation at wound along with fever, malaise, headache, anorexia, nausea, apprehension, anxiety, agitation. Gradually, inability to swallow liquid even saliva with aspiration in trachea, hydrophobia, aerophobia, spasm, etc. Etc. ...Read more
For some people: Being anxious is so normative for them that they are not aware of it. Many patients with chronic anxiety are not fully aware of it until they get into treatment and experience what it is like to feel more relaxed. Severity of anxiety is also a factor. If a person has severe anxiety it is more likely to be apparent to them. So, to answer your question - people have varying degrees of insight. ...Read more
Talk to someone: In order to figure out what is going out, we need more details. How old are you? Do you love your partner? What problems is it causing? Are you on any medicines? We need more discussion and information to know what might be the next steps to take and even if there is any problem at all. ...Read more
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