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Difficult question: A meniscus tear is a tear of the cushions within the knee that give the knee more surface contact area (it takes the load off of the cartilage in your knee to make it last longer). The lateral collateral ligament is a complex set of ligaments on the outside of the knee that keeps the knee stable. It has a role in holding your knee in place, controlling rotation, and augmenting movement. ...Read more
If: The meniscus is truly torn, it does not heal by itself. ...Read more
Why do I feel that when I'm happy about something there's always that person that tears down my happiness ?
Focus on positive: You could be around people who say negative things or act in negative ways. In that case, try to find positive, uplifting friends or relatives if the people in your immediate vicinity are not supportive. You can also try talking to a therapist, journal, listen to upbeat, positive music or inspirational talks, watch funny movies, laugh, go for a walk, enjoy nature, etc. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sure: Most tendon tears can be fixed including gluteus tears. Some authors are even describing arthroscopic/endoscopic options. However the indications (why it should be fixed) and what are the outcomes (how much will it help you) are very unclear in the current literature. I would have to say that most surgeons would not recommend repair of isolated minimus tears, but discus this with your surgeon. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My tears come when I sit for long toilet. I am in good health and so far no known cases of any. Health problem. Is this normal?
Tears: This is not a lot to go on, but I have 2 suggestions. 1) could be part of stimulation of the nerves that control the bowels, particularly if you have constipation or cramps. 2) it may be simple sadness. Going to the toilet is a very private, quiet time, when often we reflect on our lives; it there are some heavy issues in your life, this is a time when they might be expressed in tears. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Treatment of course: Mental health conditions by their very nature can cause great disruptions in all aspects of a person's life. The person involved should have an evaluation by a mental health professional. A treatment plan needs to be set up. This may include outpatient or inpatient treatment. There may be a need for psychotherapy with or without medication. In some cases medication will be essential. ...Read more
Quote from Chemistry: "when you cut an onion, you break cells, releasing their contents. Amino acid sulfoxides form sulfenic acids. Enzymes that were kept separate now are free to mix with the sulfenic acids to produce propanethiol s-oxide, a volatile sulfur compound that wafts upward toward your eyes. This gas reacts with the water in your tears to form sulfuric acid. The sulfuric acid burns, and your eyes tear up". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on degree: If the question is in reference to a vaginal delivery, it depends on the location and extent of the tear or laceration. The results may range from none or few symptoms to pain requiring medication, and problems with bowel continence, and pain with intercourse. The latter items are not likely, but they cannot be predicted in advance, nor can the degree of tearing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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