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Doctor insights on: List Of Causes Of Papovavirus Infection

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Dr. George Yang
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Infection (Definition)

Infections are invasions of some other organism (fungus, bacteria, parasite) or viruses into places where they do not belong. For instance, we have normal gut bacteria that live within us without causing problems; however, when those penetrate the bowel wall and enter the bloodstream, ...Read more


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Can you please give me a list of infections that can cause hypertension?

Can you please give me a list of infections that can cause hypertension?

Infection/HTN: Chronic infections such as periodontal dz has been linked to cv dz. Pls refer to: http://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pmc/articles/pmc3403746/. ...Read more

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20yr Black male 69 inch. 140 lb... Can I have a list of possible infections, conditions, and inflammation that can cause swollen lips for 4 mnths now?

20yr Black male 69 inch. 140 lb... Can I have a list of possible infections, conditions,  and inflammation that can cause swollen lips for 4 mnths now?

Allergies, for one: My first thought, with only the information you have provided, is that you have changed some soap, lotion, shaving cream, chapstick, fragrance that comes in contact with your face. If you have done any of these things then stop them. This would fit a diagnoses of a localized reaction or contact dermatitis. If any new medicine, over the counter or not, including supplements, it is allergy.: Stop! ...Read more

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Might a splinter cause an infection if it has been removed?

Might a splinter cause an infection if it has been removed?

Yes: 1) microscopic pieces may still be embedded in the tissue and 2) the splinter may have left behind bacteria, which can grow and cause the infection. Remember, an inflammatory response (pain, redness, slight swelling) is not necessarily an infection. ...Read more

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My ca15-3 was 13 last year and is 17 yesterday, i have a general infection, could this be the cause of elevation?

CA15.3: Why do you check CA 15.3? It is a tumor antigen used to monitor treatment response in advanced breast cancer. It is sensitive but not specific. It can be elevated in non-breast cancers as well as in some benign conditions (liver disease, chronic inflammation, etc). There is no direct association with infections. Value ...Read more

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What causes yeats infection in woman?

Yeast infection: This is often predisposed to by use of antibiotics, steroids, underlying diabetes, immune deficiencies and sometimes simple changes in the normal organisms present in the vagina. ...Read more

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What causes infections to continue One after another.

What causes infections to continue
One after another.

Incomplete treatment: You may not have had adequate treatment (perhaps an antibiotic that "stunned" bacteria but didn't kill it). If you are having recurrent urinary tract infections, for example, get tested after treatment to be sure it's gone. I am assuming your immune system is healthy. See your doctor with questions. LGromkoMD ...Read more

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Wen avin sex Is suckin de male organ n lickin de female organ safe or it causes infection or disease?

Wen avin sex Is suckin de male organ n lickin de female organ safe or it causes infection or disease?

Not safe: Despite the nearly impossible pregnancy risk with oral sex, there is still a risk of sexually transmitted diseases, such as types of herpes, being spread in either direction. There are flavored condoms, even female condoms, sometimes called dental dams, that can help reduce, but not eliminate, this risk, if used properly. Monogamy, testing, and open communication can also reduce the risks. ...Read more

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What causes bacterica infection?

Bacterial invasion: This is a very broad question because there are hundreds of bacteria that cause human infection and there are many causes. In general terms when a pathogenic bacteria can attach to or invade through a surface of the body or intestinal tract or lungs in a susceptable person they can initiate an infection. ...Read more