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What are tiny tiny bumps on fingers and knuckles? I got them after sexual encounter. They're like little juice bumps and I don't know what it is.
Juice bumps?: Juice bumps that break open on their own or when scratched can be an infection, so a doctor should examine the rash to see if that's what's happening. Bumps that look like they might have some clear stuff inside, but don't break open easily, can be an allergic or sensitive skin problem called dyshidrosis (which is not an infection). The doctor will be able to tell the difference. ...Read more
I have a bump that's been on my hand for a while. It itch when I first got it and when I squeezed it juice came out now nothing comes out what is this?
Mystery bump: A "bump" that had fluid in it could be a localized infection, such as a pimple, viral or fungal infection or an infected object under the skin (e.g.Splinter), a rash/reaction to an exposure (food/med/environmental substance), a cyst, or eczema. If it does not resolve, see your doctor for evaluation. ...Read more
I applied cream containing lemon juice on pubic area, in less than 24 hr red slightly raised bumps appeared associated with itching?
In the world are you using lemon juice on your skin ANYWHERE??? At any rate its important to know that it does NOT "lighten" skin and it is an ACID. ..CITRIC ACID and you more likely than not irritated the skin and hair follicles causing a chemical FOLLICULITIS!!
Try using a calming lotion (eg Calamine) and quit using the lemon juice cream!
Hope this helps!
Dr Z ...Read more
I'd like to know how to get rid of white pus bumps in head. I tried applying lemon juice and coconut oil. Please suggest better solution.
Go to Doctor: Lemon and coconut might make a delicious drink or part of a recipe for a cake but sometimes you need greater expertise. ...Read more
My 4 year son was taking Paracetamol 10ml for his fever, and half an hour later we fed him some orange juice. Now he has some ichy bumps on his skin.
Allergy: The source may be, paracetamol liquid ingredients or Orange juice content. ...Read more
I used fresh lemon juice to get rid of my pimples, now my face has tiny bumps and so itchy. Is this from the lemon juice which I used for 3 days?
Possibly: You certainly could be reacting to the acid in the juice. ...Read more
Can take a vitamin C supplement if im allergic to orange juice? I self diagnosed my allergy (i get white filled bumps when I drink oj)
Yes, but of? Value?: See answer: https://www. Healthtap. Com/#user_questions/684218 & check: http://lpi. Oregonstate. Edu/infocenter/vitamins/vitaminc. Orange juice, more that oranges, is very high sugar & sugar drives obesity, diabetes mellitus, cv ds, high blood pressure. Allergies are behavioral responses, under internal control, occurring for any combination & variety of reasons, always self-diagnoses not doctors. ...Read more
Felatio / cunulingus: The mere act of felatio with ejaculation into the oral cavity carries the risk of the entire gamut of std's. Swallowing ejaculate so long as the oral mucous membranes are intact probably carries little risk of disease but oral sex is risky sexual behavior and both partners are at risk of particularly the viral std's; herpes type 1 and 2, hpv, coxsackie, and others. ...Read more
High vitamin C:
Camu Camu has very high levels of vitamin C. We know that vitamin C is helpful, but 1) there is no evidence that vitamin C from Camu Camu would be any better for us than that from other supplements; 2) the amount of vitamin C in a given amount of Camu Camu is not reported or regulated, so there's going to be a lot of variation in your actual dose. I can't recommend it. ...Read more
Depends...: Dr. Cole raises an important point. If you are using juicing in addition to a regular healthy diet to detox, then it is safe longterm. If you are doing a juice detox fast, then it can be problematic. The liver needs a tremendous amount of energy to work efficiently. Fasting longer than 24 hours can influence the metabolism of the liver. ...Read more
No Way, Processed: Study: http://www. Washingtonian. Com/blogs/wellbeing/healthy-eating/naked-juice-admits-its-not-so-natural. Php for an update on continued dishonest/deceptive marketing. Study: big fat lies, mcgovern's report, mary enig, dietdoctor. Com, gary taubes, peter attia, loren cordain, science for smart people, the men who made us fat, nusi. Org, fatchance. Html, the men who made us thin, http://goo. Gl/arhou2. ...Read more
Diet and exercise: The best approach to weight loss is diet and exercise. The rule of thumb is to consume less calories than you actually need. This will vary depending on your height/weight, build, and activity level. On average, I've seen 1500 calories per day recommended. Any less, and you are doing yourself harm. Exercise about 90 min per day. Www. Myplate. Gov is a great website for info and tracking calories. ...Read more
None: The advertizing media would have you believe they can make your child super with a box of juice in their lunch or a superviatmin blend to bypass that pesky vegatable phobia. Garbage. The best nutrition from an orange comes from eating the real thing & the same goes for the rest. I liken juice intake to feeding them soda. The sugar content is similar and just as likely to add fluff to their tummy. ...Read more
Nutritional value +: grapefruit has nutritional value. However because of its metabolic effects it can interact with medications often increasing the potency of the medication. Therefore it's important that you discuss with your physician if there are certain medications that are you taking because it can now only increase the efficacy of the medication but can also increase the toxicity ...Read more
Too much might.: Whenever we make a given fruit easier to ingest, such as when we drink blueberry juice as opposed to eat actual blueberries, the convenience leads to overdoing it. I'd imagine that calorie-wise you're taking in more in the juice than you would in the actual fruit if you were just eating blueberries. ...Read more
Too much sugar!: Instead of giving juice, try giving water instead. Juices tend to be loaded with sugar, which isn't good for babies (or anyone). Of course, breast milk is the best food for babies. Formula is also good should you choose not to breastfeed. For babies under 6 months, neither juice nor water are needed unless a doctor says to try juice for constipation or another medical reason. ...Read more
Rarely if ever: I am not a big fan of giving any juice to babies or children since most juices are just sugar and water. Babies should drink breast milk/formula until 6 months, then water can be added. I also discourage juice since once juice is given, some babies won't like their breast milk/formula/water as much. If you are going to give juice, I definitely recommend diluting it as much as possible. ...Read more