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Is It Ok To Call Cops If Neighbor Docs Wake Me Nightly
Health question?: So, what's your medical or health-related question? ...Read more
My 2 1/2 son has monster tempertantrums & I've tried every piece of advice & nothing is wrking. Even the neighbors have called cops. Help! ?
Two year olds : will have temper tantrums. That's why they call them the "terrible twos." It occurs Bcause they need to start learning to accept limits. Infants cry and get fed, held or have their diapers changed. 2 yr olds need to learn to wait, get toilet trained, etc. if you give in to tantrums they will learn to keep having tantrums. Talk to a therapist to learn what to do. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
HealthWealthorDealth: Hmmm, what type of pain?Like, sometimes it's painful to accomplish something worthwhile, like challenging yourself physically or mentally--or when you can't see your lover for a week,--or you're on a diet. Now, if you 'like' to cut yourself or get spanked, or get into crazy relationships that rip your life to shreds, then that's called some variation of masochism and is for the most part unhealthy ...Read more
Hello doc I get this pain on my lower right side I don't know how to call it but the pain only comes when I touch it.
Important organs/str: 21 y/o female asks, hello doc I get this pain on my lower right side i don't know how to call it but the pain only comes when I touch it. There are many important organs/ structures in that part of a Female Body. Could be Infection/ Inflammation of the Appendix, Ovary/ Tube on the R side, or Large/ Small intestine in that area. For one's best Health Interest see an MD proper Diagnosis /Treatment ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My doc doesn't want to return phone calls.I had previous appts with him and have questions.Nurse phones me and insists to diagnose me. What can I do?
Having an ans dysf, i often get asked why my docs don't call it pots - i don't have the tachy aspect. But y are others with my symptoms are called pots?
No tachycardia POTS: Pots stands for postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome. It is characterized by a significant increase in heart rate when you go from laying down to standing associated with other symptoms like lightheadedness. The presence of tachycardia (rapid heart rate) is what defines pots. So if there's no tachycardia you can't diagnose pots. ...Read more
Long story: In the early 1800's, the beginning of the romantic era (focus on young people, angst, emotions, glamorizing things), there was also a lot of TB, which causes people in the prime of health to languish and fade away. Jack Keats (real life) and Camille (fiction) died "romantic" deaths. When cholera rather than TB became the great killer, disease was suddenly no longer romantic. ...Read more