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Yes: If you know you are juniper sensitive, you can be desensitized using allergen immunotherapy (allergy shots). For many people, this results in a permanent loss or reduction of sensitivity. Medications and avoidance also work, but symptoms will return after the medication is stopped. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What natural oils and herbs should I avoid since I have hht? I suspect doterra vitamines are maken my nose bleeds worse! or is it juniper berry oil?
Call poison control : The best database on this is with your state's poison control center. They can actually tell you which supplements, herbs, essential oils, may have the potential to increase bleeding. If you're experiencing more nose bleeding now, it's it's best not to take anything until you know for sure what is causing this. Also, you need to call the dottera company back and let them know you are experiencing this. Speak to their clinical director/ceo. ...Read more
Subject: Natural Remedy--
Are Juniper berry supplements o.k. to take for cleansing the kidneys over a short period of time?
Exploding: Most current studies are moving to use of adult derived stem cells, which eliminate the controvery and moral issues of destroying embryos. Fat tissue and bone marrow are the most common donor sites, with adult cells that can become bone, cartilage, muscle (incl heart), nerve, pancreas, structural fat grafts, chronic wound healing and graft-vs-host problems (tissue rejection). ...Read more
It hurts some: If you are having a bone marrow biopsy, only local anesthesia is given and sometimes with sedation. As the bone marrow is aspirated, you will feel an acute pain running down the leg on the same side as the hip from where the biopsy is taken. Harvesting bone marrow for donation is done under general anesthesia. As the patient wakes up the hips will be sore for a couple of days. ...Read more
I am having slight chest discomfort. There is no pain of weakness with it bush the slight discomfort. Just looking for possible reason.
Ans: Could be many possibilities. Need more history. Do you exercise regularly? Do you eat junk or healthy food. And birth issues, etc... If the pain continua see your doctor for a good history and physical exam. Most likely at your age it is just chest wall muscular pain. But need a good history ...Read more
I was wondering is it bad? I fell on this spiky bush and inside had a very bad odor and i had contact with it. When I took a shower I had red bumps
I brushed by (& touched) an Oleander plant bush outside near the sidewalk. Oleander is poison, right? What will happen to me or my stuff it touched?
I know all NSAID are hard on the Kidneys. But, which OTC NSAID is easiest? Please give direct answer no "beating around the bush PLEASE"
NSAIDS and kidneys: All NSAIDS even the ones bought over the counter can cause kidney damage especially if taken for long periods of time or if you have underlying kidney disease. None are safer than the other. If you have chronic pain and are taking them for a prolonged period of time, you should have your kidney function monitored periodically. Tylenol (acetaminophen) and aspirin are safe alternatives. ...Read more
I pricked myself on a knockout rose bush last friday. The swelling has gone down some, but it still hurts/itches in two spots. Is it infected?
Possibly: Without the ability to examine you and to take a more extensive history it is impossible to tell over the internet, but a particular fungus called sporothrix schenckii is responsible for "rose garden fever". Should you develop a raised area at the site of the thorn prick, or any other conditions suggesting inflammation, see a doctor asap. Hope this will not be necessary. ...Read more
I fell into a rose bush almost 2 nights ago. I have many small puncture wounds. My last tetanus shot was 3 years ago. Do i need to get a booster?
Not if wounds clean: And no foreign bodies are presents.Get a more detailed answer ›