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How Females Use Brain To Stay Lubricated
See below: It's not rare. Aneurysms can occur throughout life. However, many if not most cases are found at any point in life through imaging studies incidentally while evaluating other symptoms like headache. Usually, these aneurysms were present at birth but never manifest with symptoms until years later. ...Read more
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What does it mean when your brain feels like its on fire female 34 years old can't bend down confused when I get back up
Don't have a clue: Your brain doesn't hurt--its coverings can, though and if you're having head pain and spells of confusion you need to see an md. It could be lots of things. ...Read more
More likely with age: Brain aneurysms are most prevalent in people ages 35 - 60, but can occur in children as well. The median age when aneurysmal hemorrhagic stroke occurs is 50 years old and there are typically no warning signs. Most aneurysms develop after the age of 40. http://www. Nlm. Nih. Gov/medlineplus/brainaneurysm. Html ...Read more
Talking Dinosaur: How about some symptoms to comment on to see why you are thinking in terms of brain tumors which are likely as common as TALKING DINOSAURS? In the UK statistics suggest that tumors of the NERVOUS SYSTEM EN TODO (i.e. brain/spinal cord/etc) come out to about 90 cases PER YEAR or 7.5 cases/100, 000 population. Also, remember, not all tumors are malignant so TALKING DINOSAUR's the phrase of the day! ...Read more
Not common: The twenty three year old woman is beyond the pediatric stage but there are some tumors that are more common in younger women. These include a form of medulloblastoma that seems to have a better prognosis in this age group. The type of tumor is very important as it relates to outcome. Glioblastoma, luckily is rare in this age group and has a worse prognosis. ...Read more
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HPO (short version): It's called the hypothalamic-pituitary-ovarian axis (hpo.) the highest center is the hypothalamus, which prouces gnrh; this talks to the pituitary gland, which will produce fsh and lh in response. The ovaries respond to fsh and lh. ...Read more
NOT FULLY: Problem with this finding is it's often nonspecific, and may or may not correlate with clinical findings. Ris is term for ms found on MRI without history. Leukoariosis can be found with migraines, hardening of the arteries, prior trauma, arteritis or vasculitis, or merely associated with aging. Such spots can be seen in genetic disorders, such as cadasil. Does one of the topics match you? ...Read more
Hello. I am female, frm iraq, 53years., I am suffering from brain cells damage, what is a treatment for me?
First see a Dr: It depends of what sort of damage and how it occurred. If there is a medical condition causing it, it must be identified and treated. Brain injury effects can be treated: adequate sleep, avoiding excessive stress and getting some encouragement and support have been shown to help. Brain injury rehabilitation is useful if available. Medication is sometimes helpful. You should see a dr. ...Read more
Relatively low not 0: I do not have complete information about your symptoms, but in general, the chances of headaches in someone 23yo being the result of a brain tumor are VERY low--particularly given the huge number of causes for headaches that ARE common in your age group. Consider discussing with your primary doctor or seeing a neurologist for evaluation. Take care, and stay well! ...Read more
I am a female and it's hard for me to have an orgasm and to stay lubricated is there something wrong with me? How can I solve this problem
Probably not: One of the most common reasons for this is simply lack of interest in your partner. Make sure you really are compatible and attracted to your mate. If you need there are many lubricants available at your local pharmacy. Difficulty having an orgasm can be due to medical issues esp. Certain drugs but likely is due to lack of interest in your significant other. ...Read more
Very very very low:
There are many kinds of brain tumors, and many are benign. The odds of an otherwise young, healthy adult having any brain tumor in their life time are less than 1/10000.
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Incredibly low.: Your risk of a brain tumor is incredibly small. ...Read more
Very low odds: Unusual for a brain tumor to present initially in 20's, but some congenital lesion could have been present for years and then discovered by chance on an MRI study. A variety of problems could be considered, most quite benign. If lesion present, get consult from reputable neurosurgeon. ...Read more
Headache: For headache, we consider location, is it there when you wake? Or during the day? Associated with avoidance of light noise? Nausea, vomiting? Blurred vision? Poor sleep, allergies, sinusitis, migraines, food intolerance are more common causes of headaches. Also lyme disease and sub clinical herpes type I, rarely autoimmune disease. If everything negative we do MRI, tumor is rare. ...Read more
Why would you think: That you would have a brain tumor? Headaches? Well, that's the 2nd most common human ailment in the world behind cavities so not a great symptom to worry about relatively speaking. How about progressive focal neurological symptoms? Now, that's something to worry about. Do you have any of 'em? In the U.S. 5-6 people in 100, 000 will be diagnosed with brain tumor every year So that's 0.005%. ...Read more
After 50 years: Odds of brain tumor in a 23 year old are very low. So I would not worry about it unless you have progressive symptoms from your head and these symptoms do not go away on their own. ...Read more
Is a brain tumor in an otherwise healthy 26 year old female rare? I know it can happen to anyone at anytime, but I'm looking for reassurance.
Yes: Yes, it is rare, even in older people. ...Read more
Either one can: Brain cancers can occur in either gender although they tend to be somewhat more common in males. Yet gender alone can not predict accurately. ...Read more
I am a 27 years old female with a 3 cm unruptured brain aneurysm. Whar are my chances of survival without a surgery?
How rare is a brain aneurysm? Someone 53 yr old female just passed away. Any symptoms or health risks for this? Concerned.
Not infrequent: Several million people in USA have aneurysm. The rupture frequency is about 1/10, 000 per year. Reasons for aneurysm: Family HX, Smoking, hypertension, hypercholesterol & age increase risk. To lessen risk of rupture stop smoking, get BP & Cholesterol under control. Very few symptoms of aneurysm until rupture. Aneurysms sometimes found by studies for other reasons & can be thrombosed. ...Read more
Brain MRI 62 year old female "expected major vascular flow voids are identified", what does this mean; does this affect brain function?
Normal...jargon: Medical reports often have phrases such as "expected flow voids" that indicate to the physicians caring for patients that an expected finding is present. What "flow voids" implies is that the visible arteries are patent. This is a normal finding. ...Read more
Is it normal for a 42 yr old female to have chronic microvascular ischemic changes of the brain & what could be the cause? History chronic muscle pn
Brain: My opinion on chronic microvascular changes...Most important is how bad. Sometimes there are a few small speckles seen in people with migraines that are definitely not worrisome. Otherwise risk factors for this are: smoking, high bp/cholesterol, diabetes, drug use, and genetics...Among other rare causes. My biggest recs would be to work on any changeable things like some of these. ...Read more
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