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Kinda young : 11 mos old use visual cues much more than verbal ones. Follow up your "no" with an action, such as taking something away or removing the child from the offensive action. Try not to say "no, " as much as to say something material or practical. "no' as a concept is not understood well at 11 mos. But ball, cup or mommy may be. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I want to do a detox cleanse. I would like for it to be organic. Can anyone help me with the instructions on doing this?
Sure, don't do it!: This has been addressed many times on healthtap, and the repeated answer is: don't cleanse! it doen't matter whether the snake oil (sorry "detox cleanse") you choose is "organic" or not--there is no enduring value to cleansing. Rather, there is considerable risk to your health. Pull the prior healthtap answers on this subject, and please don't do it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why does my tampon keep slipping out of place? I followed the instructions exactly and it keeps trying to fall out before it's even full.
Unsure: It's possible it's not properly placed even when you follow the directions. You may also be using a tampon that's too small. You may want to see your doctor for an exam to make sure there are no other problem. ...Read more
I've just taken imodian. 2 tablets as per the instructions but have had to go toilet straight after. Do I take the next dose straight away?
My son teacher is saying that he has a hard time following instructions in class, and i should Check it out , he's only 9 , what should I do?
My son will be 5 in november. He can't have conversationsbut he can read, spell words, make simple sentences andfollows instructions. What is wrong?
Is he in school?: I agree, he needs a comprehensive evaluation to determine if he has a neurological, neurodevelopmental ( e.g., autistic spectrum or other) or psychiatric disorder. Ask your pediatrician for a referral to a specialist in whom he has confidence. Also, call child find for an evaluation of your son for eligibility for early childhood special education, which he can start asap based on levels of delay. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hi there i was asked to take a 75mil bottle of x-prep but the instructions are not in english - can someone give me english advice & how to take it ?
Hard to tell...: Healthtap information is mainly about U.S. Medications, so a non-english label is worrisome. Sometimes the same name in an english-speaking country, compared with the same (or similar) name in a foreign country, actually means different drugs. We also don't know which drugs are regulated and which are not, in foreign countries. One website says x-prep is a senna laxative, but doesn't say the dose. ...Read more