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Montgomery County Md Under Boil Water Advisory
No food for 7 days, little water, sometimes none all day, max 15 hours of sleep in the 7 days. What signs would suggest seeing an MD, what damages?
Wow- not good: What led you to this regimen? This is not normal, or healthy. You may not have any signs, but consider these- dizziness, very dark or discolored urine, no urine, trouble breathing, trouble seeing or fast heart rate- you may have some of these, and you may need a doctor's attention. You may want to see a doctor to discuss the circumstances of this, to make sure it does not happen again. ...Read more
Why does the CDC say symptoms for Naegleria Fowleri say 1-7 days and Wed MD says 1-15 days? I got a little water up my nose last Monday?
Rely on the CDC: The CDC is the more reliable source and I would trust them over Web MD ...Read more
Suffer from chronic constipation. I have hypothyroid. My gastro md says its that. Md recommends miiralax up to 4x a day. I drink a lot of water & exe?
A lot of Miralax (polyethylene glycol): After being on thyroid replacement recheck blood level of TSH (thyroid stimulating hormone)-takes about 3 weeks to change. Meanwhile, check diet-adquate fiber foods like beans, whole grains, fruits, vegs, fluids, activity. Check meds, otc, supplements, e.g. Calcium can be constipating. Get enough oil in diet. Age? May need colonoscopy to check things ok inside. Miralax is safe, but 4x/d is a lot. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Achy dull chest pain every once in a while lasting no more than 5 mins. Pacs and pvcs at times. Md said not enough water or stress caused it.Ekg norml?
Not heart.: Achy dull CP occurring without relation to exertion at your age with normal ekg is not very likely to be related to the heart. Extra beats are perfectly normal at your age and as long as they suppress with exercise are of no consequence. At the end of the day you have chest pain without an identified cause. Musculoskeletal pain in the chest wall, esophageal irritation are most common causes. ...Read more
My daughter has som boils up under her bottom an they hav water in them can u tell me what is it an how she got it?
I prepare my baby's formula with bottled Spring Water. Is that better than nursery fluoride water? Do I need to boil spring water?
Why not tap water?: Most tap water is perfectly safe to make infant formula with, and likely does not need boiling. Most city tap water contains adequate fluoride and is comparable to nursery water. Bottled water is regulated by the FDA, but mineral content is highly variable, which is somewhat concerning if given to an infant over long periods of time. Fluoride in water is not necessary until teeth are visible. ...Read more
Will there be any problem if i put my contact lenses in the lens case without the solution?is it okay to clean the lens case with boil water?
Yes & yes: A contact lens is made of materials that require water to remain useable/wearable. Check out http://www.eyehealthweb.com/what-contact-lenses-are-made-of/. Regarding your case, sterile solution or just plain hot tap water should be fine (depending upon reference). Let air dry. Check out more info at http://www.webmd.com/eye-health/caring-contact-lens & http://goo.gl/awrXoB (via Huffington Post). ...Read more
After I boil my infants water for bottles what type of container can I store it in in the fridge that wont "seep" materials into the hot water?
Why boil ?: Unless you live off the grid/have water you won't drink or have suspicions about there is no need to boil. Most people live in areas with certified water supplies and boiling is not necessary.This is a throw back to an era when public systems were inconsistent & people also made their own formula.Homemade formula had to be boiled to soften the protein. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer