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How Does Having Cholecystitis Change Things
See answer: The pain is epigastric, dull, radiating to the back, diminished by sitting forward, worse approximately 30 minutes after eating. The attacks usually last less than 10 days with pain free intervals lasting months to more than a year. Later on the pain can become more continuous.(20% of patients don't experience pain), and symptoms of malabsorption such as greasy or loose stools can develop. ...Read more
Life-changer: I think that every person who is diagnosed with any type of cancer goes thru that initial "shock" which can be overwhelming. However, most (breast) cancers can be readily treated, and many cured. The best thing to do is to aggressively seek out medical info and try to "take control" of the disease, rather than the other way around. In time, one will hopefully get back to their normal lives. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pain on the right: The usual symptoms include pain in the upper right abdomen, which may move to the back, usually lasting hours to a full day. Occasionally pain may occur near the center of the upper abdomen. There may be bloating, nausea or jaundice (yellow skin and eyes). Symptoms are typically provoked by eating a fatty meal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When dr's talk about reporting bowel changes, do they mean only things that persist or recur? How long should I give bms to return to normal?
Yes: Emotional stress is extremely disruptive at many levels, including mood, but the body's responses are quite varied. One of the most common areas to be involved is the GI tract, so stomach pain is often present. Of course, other things can also cause pain, including things like ulcers, which can result from stress. Stress can involve any part of the body. Many stress reduction techniques can help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does dengue fever causes harmonical imbalance results in anxiety, fear, mood swings? If yes how long it will be lost n how it can be cured?
Can you explain how does practising improves vocals,, I mean do the vocals change in some way or does it become more clear ?
Vocal cords: Your vocal cords don't really change when you train your voice to sing. Singers learn techniques to control their vocal cords very precisely, and support their breath with their diaphragm. Improper singing technique, though, can damage vocal cords, leading to polyps which can affect a singer's career (Julie Andrews, Steven Tyler -Aerosmith, and Adele have all had polyp surgeries). ...Read more
Hi does consuming high levels of B6 (red bull) cause vertigo issues and if so, how long does it take for imbalance issues to go away?
Compensation: Your body compensates for the ankle pain by changing where the major of force impacts the ankle joint, which leads to further joint destruction over time in the foot joints. You also have different pressure points (a change in normal pressure locations) in the ankle joint which causes further arthritis to develop within the ankle. ...Read more
21 days!: You could change your eating habit starting today. It has been said that it takes about 21 days to form a new habit. By continuing to eat in a new way day after day, it is going to be hard not to eat in the same way after about 3 weeks. But it's up to you to start that process today. ...Read more
As short as possible: Thyroid replacement is needed on a daily basis. You do not have the ability to produce thyroxin needed for the body's metabolism. How long can you go without eating? The same principle is at play here. So take your meds each morning on a regular basis ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How to relieve inflammation of the gallbladder? What treatment can make this problem better?Come and go every 2 month. No stones! thank you so much
Ultrasound: A sonogram is a synonym for ultrasound. It's the same physical principle as the doppler effect and similar to how radar works. A high-frequency soundwave is generated and directed at the target (stomach). Its path is affected by fluids & matter. The echo back is received by the machine and a picture is generated based on the echo times. The technician or doctor can then compare this to normal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When will u start showing up symptoms of testicular cancer, stage 1, 2 or 3?.. What kind of symptoms will u experience, what would it feel like, how long does it take for it progress
May be vague: A testicular mass is usually palpable eventually though the cancer may have spread first. Just feeling ill, weight loss, a sense of heaviness, cough if it's gotten to the lungs, perhaps swollen feet if it's gotten to the retroperitoneum. The testicular cancers of young men are usually curable nowadays. Good luck. ...Read more
What happens if bowel prep does not eliminate enough stool content and u feel constipated. How can this affect colonoscopy procedure ?
You will be...: ...invited back for a re-look after a better prep. To avoid this, take only clear liquids the entire day before your test, and follow all instructions provided by your provider regarding the timing and completion of your prep solution (yes, drink the WHOLE thing please). ...Read more
What to do if i'm 42 I have had a total hysterectomy what are foods i can use for hormonal replacement & how does it affect?
No effective options: You could get some estrogen from dietary sources. Yams are know to contain estrogen similar to what is contained in prescription medications. However, a woman would need to consume 24 pounds of yams each day to just to get the lowest effective dose of estrogen usually prescribed for menopausal women. There are no reliable and safe non presciption forms of estrogen replacement. ...Read more
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