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I'm 37 weeks pregnant and am leakin a cear fluid what is this?

I'm 37 weeks pregnant and am leakin a cear fluid what is this?

Broke your water?: You need to discuss this with your obstetrician right away. You may have broken your water (also called spontaneous rupture of membranes or srom) and may be going into labor. Sometimes this happens before you have any contractions. Many doctor prefer that you go to the labor floor after your water breaks, because of the risk of infection. ...Read more

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What is aged care?

What is aged care?

Aged Care is Broad: Aged care is broad in scope and very open to many definitions. In essence, it is is an approach to the patient that is transitioning from independance to dependance on others based upon infirmities and extraneous (environmental/social) conditions. The age in years is arbitrary becasue many disease processes (such as als) accelerate the "aging" process of the individual. ...Read more

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What are LE cells?

What are LE cells?

LE Cells: A neutrophil or macrophage (type of white blood cell) that has been engulfed the denatured nuclear material of another cell. The denatured material is an absorbed hematoxylin body (also called an LE body). They are a characteristic of lupus erythematosus, but also found in similar connective tissue disorders. LE Test for lupus: positive when 10 or more of these cells are seen under microscope ...Read more

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Do fat cells multiply?

Do fat cells multiply?

Fat cells: You can form more, and new fat cells, by eating more calories and not exercising to burns calories, but they do not multiply like we typically speak of multiplying cells. ...Read more

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How do memory cells work?

How do memory cells work?

Memory: Cannot do this justice in 400 characters. Not just cells but network. Good google Question. Best source would be to go tohttps://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmed/ for the world lit on this. ...Read more

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What do car fumes do to you?

What do car fumes do to you?

CarboN Monoxide: Fumes of the car contain carbon monoxide. This competes with oxygen producing hypoxemia causing headaches, nausea, dizziness, cardiac ischemia and arrhytmias, loss of consciousness and death. Never start a car with the garage door closed. Any headache inside of an (old)car may be related to scapes of carbon monoxide into the cabin. ...Read more

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What do atypical cells mean?

What do atypical cells mean?

Depends: Atypical cells, usually referring to lymphocytes (white blood cells), can be reported on a complete blood count (CBC) test. These can be due to a recent viral infection, or these could be leukemia cells. The clinical picture and the results of the rest of the CBC will help determine if more specialized tests are required to figure out what these atypical cells truly represent. ...Read more

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Can human cells live forever?

Can human cells live forever?

In a way: Forever is a long time, but cells can be made to turn off their natural cycles which would cause them to die sooner. Cancer cells often develop this trait and thus outlive their host (temporarily). Read the immortal life of henrietta lacks for a good layman's explanation of this process. ...Read more

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How can I take care of myself?

How can I take care of myself?

Taking care of self: Eat better, drink water, sleep well, exercise and manage stress...Now how do we get that in a pill right?! :)). ...Read more

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How can I take care my health?

How can I take care my health?

Good to Plan the Day: 21 y/o male asks How can I take care of my health? Shows interest & Concern for Self Fitness & Wellness. Good to Plan one's Day. Wake early, pray if you have a belief, Exercise to kick start the body, eat breakfast, pay attention to every task you have for the day, ask for help if you need it, take lunch break & refresh, Have balanced healthy dinner, shower if you can, sleep well & dream your best ...Read more

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How to take care of a goiater?

See Dr.: Goiters need to be evaluated by an endocrinologist to be properly evluated and the proper treatment follows after the proper diagnosis on the exact nature and type of the goiter. ...Read more

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Cleared up. Thanks anyhow.

Cleared up. Thanks anyhow.

Wonderful: Good to hear all is well. Peace and good health! ...Read more

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What is specialized memory care?

What is specialized memory care?

Memory loss care: Nursing homes or adult care centers who have specialized units to better care for patients with memory impairment. These units are safer for patients with memory loss issues and have staff trained to support and care for patients affected with dementia and memory impairments. ...Read more

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Why should I care about manners?

Why should u care?: That's what makes you a human being. ...Read more

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Which chair is good for my back?

Which chair is good for my back?

Office Supply store: Go to an office supply store and try sitting in several of them to see how they feel to you. Since everyone is different you need to find the chair that fits you best. If you spend most of your time in this chair don't scrimp on it; it is an investment as important as the right car. You want good support for the back with your feet flat on the floor and no pressure on the back of the legs. ...Read more

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Who wants to be on my care team?

Everyone helps: All of us here on Health Tap want to help, and we share the the responsibilities 24/7. ...Read more

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Epistomy site "how to take care?

Epistomy site "how to take care?

Keep it clean: Keep your perineum clean. Use a squirt bottle with warm water after you use the bathroom and pat dry. The materials used by your doctor or midwife for the stitches typically dissolve on their own. This means that as you heal, the material breaks down and disappears. This can take a few weeks. ...Read more

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What diseases affect nerve cells?

What diseases affect nerve cells?

Many: Many diseases affect nerve cells. The common diseases are stroke, trauma, multiple sclerosis, diabetes mellitus, Parkinsons and Alzheimers disease.

Are you thinking of nerves in the hands and feet (peripheral nerves) or the brain and spinal cord (central nervous system)? Some illnesses affect one and not the other. ...Read more

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How can I take care of this wound?

How can I take care of this wound?

Generally speeeking: Your question needs lots of information. In general keeping it clean moist and protected however people call different things wounds so if this is big or non healing I would show it to your doctor. ...Read more

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Why must I care about flexibility?

Why must I care about flexibility?

Flexibility: Important to allow increased motion and decreased risk of injury to the joint, ligaments, cartilage, and tendons. ...Read more

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Just to clear some uncertainties?

Just to clear some uncertainties?

Second opinion: When seeking a second opinion for an uncertainty, find someone credible and knowledgeable about the topic at hand. Good luck. ...Read more

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How can I best take care of myself?

How can I best take care of myself?

One step at a time!: Get up and move right now! For lunch/dinner only put into your mouth food that you prepare and will promote health. Too busy? It takes planning, but you can start with small steps (not literally) we can help you begin and maintain a plan with tips on healthy living and answers to qs on exercise, healthy diet. I will be working on it along with you. Remember that each fitness break and meal counts. ...Read more

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When will my baby's sight be clear?

When will my baby's sight be clear?

Soon: If there are no problems, the sight will develop as the brain develops in a steady pattern. If you suspect a problem then see your pediatrician as soon as possible because many problems can be improved or eliminated if caught early. ...Read more

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What are b-cells and its functions?

What are b-cells and its functions?

Antibodies: B cells are immune cells that develop in the Bone marrow and mature in the lymphoid organs. They make antibodies that protect our bodies from foreign invaders such as viruses. Most vaccines work by stimulating our body's B cells to make antibodies so that they can already be present to protect us when we are exposed to an actual viral infection. ...Read more

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How to make your vision more clear?

How to make your vision more clear?

Clear vision: To get vision clear, check your glasses with an eyeMD or OD; use warm compresses & artificial tears to improve tear film function (see [email protected] Com "lid hygiene"), get dilated eye exam to be sure no cataract or other issues; Consult with us if you have diabetes or other health issues to discuss how diet can help (see blog above as well for diet suggestions on better vision). ...Read more

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What does "presentation=ceph" mean?

What does "presentation=ceph" mean?

Head first: I am guessing this refers to a pregnacy and it means the head is down and will be delivered first (prefered presentation for vaginal delivery), and is not a breech presentation. ...Read more

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3 Neg TESt 9d LATe CLEAr DISHCRAGe?

3 Neg TESt 9d LATe CLEAr DISHCRAGe?

Late period: Reasons for missed/late periods: low body weight, obesity, marked weight ^ or v, over-exercise, endurance athletics, breast-feeding, ^ stress, illness, eating disorders (bulimia or anorexia), anovulatory cycle (no egg released), travel, hormone irregularities, drug use, meds (i.e., birth control) or medical problems (i.e. PCOS). #1 reason is pregnancy. ...Read more

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Does insurance cover shower chairs?

Does insurance cover shower chairs?

ReadTheF-ingManual: You really should contact your insurance carrier & ask them because insurance companies differ as to what "durable medical equipment" (i.e. lasts a long time) they'll cover. It may depend on the circumstance & whether it can be said to be"medically necessary" & not just a convenience or could be purchased inexpensively over-the-counter (or under it for all I know).Also, check their coverage manual. ...Read more

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