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Not Really: Much better way is to exercise a little, maybe 45 minutes 3 to 4 times a week and reduce your food every day, I have enclosed a list of the 6 worst causes of weight gain in order of which are the most importnat and easiest to change, make a few changes with the food and you will lose all the fat you need to lose. Keep it simple. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a vibrating-like sensation on my right groin area. It's intermittent, no pain, just annoying. What could it be?
Muscle twitch?: Maybe it is a muscle fasciculation. There are muscles that are attached to the groin area, some of them are very large. When a uscle is undergoing a change in training, either more or less than normal, it will twitch, as it undergoes changes in nerve supply. This is benign. I cannot think of any serious or scary cause. ...Read more
I have intermittent pain under left ribs.It tightens for a few minutes and then almost feels like it deflates and then its ok?
Sharp intermittent pain on right side..How do you know if appendix or b.M? I have had a b.M. Today as well as yesterday but have this pain.
I've started intermittent fasting 2 days ago but today I rode that it is not so good for teens?Should I give it a try 1 month to see how it works?
No: Fasting is not recommended for anyone, but as a "still growing" teen it is especially detrimental. Depriving your body of regular nutrition causes changes in the hormonal environment within your body that can have longterm negative impact your health. Eating healthy, appropriately portioned meals/snacks on a regular basis, staying hydrated and reg exercise are all important for your overall health ...Read more
Having intermittent pain behind lower left ribs for past 3 nights, awhile back was told I have blockages not sure if they passed should I be worried?
Need more info: Pain in the ribs and the blockages are probably not related. Blockage of what ... Kidney stones. If kidney stones you would be having !severe! pain. The rib pain maybe just inflamed joints. Ck with your doc. ...Read more
For the last 3 weeks or so i've had only intermittent appetite, and, whenever i eat, i feel full for far too long. Is there anyway this isn't serious?
Could be anything: The symptoms you describe could be caused by anything from a temporary viral illness causing some irritation, to a more serious problem such as an ulcer. See your doctor for further evaluation and treatment recommendations, and in the meantime, avoid things that can aggravate the stomach: alcohol, caffeine, spicy/acidic foods, stress, aspirin, NSAID meds such as Ibuprofen or naproxen, etc. ...Read more