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Morning Latrine Problems
Clarify: Please clarify what the question is. Thank you. ...Read more
Any area of standing: Water can be a breeding ground of anopheles mosquitoes. ...Read more
I am patient of diabetes for 20 years and also on light medication for depression. Now latrine don't come out. Lactoluse worked for a while but notnow?
Eating to wake up:
This is a very common comment I hear from my patients. But, we know that you must break your fast...You have to get some healthy calories in soon after awaking to turn on your body's metabolism.
It is often a habit that we feel less hunger when we do not each in the morning.
But, changing this habit can really boost your health, your energy, and your spirit. ...Read more
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Start Arthritis??: Pain first thing in the morning when a person gets out of bed or after being seated for a while is often the first sign of an inflammation of the ankles (arthritis). It usually goes after after a "loosening up" period but as it worsens will recur after activities or the end of the day. See a doctor to evaluate the pain and some blood tests may be in order to rule out an inflammatory disease. ...Read more
I have a hard time getting up AN when it does I limp quickly no morning erections what is the problem?
My chest is paining every morning when I get up.....what should I do to get relief from this problem....???
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Sometimes early in the morning, I had a greenish sputum. It is related to medical problem and why it's happen?
Greenish phlegm: It doesn't sound to be serious. At least you do not mention other associated problems or symptoms. I suspect it is due to some post-nasal drip and most likely represents some allergy or other upper airway irritation. ...Read more
What could be the problem I am staying with my brother he informed me this morning that I was crying while asllep?
I sleep in the morning and wake up at night is that un healthy?! What's problems if I do that! Or its okay!?!
Only if...: You have to do other things such as going to school or going to work. You can change your internal body clock over the course of just several days by changing your going to bed and wake up time gradually every day. ...Read more
I have a pain in the center of my left glute. I ran the day before with no problem and woke this morning with the pain.
Recently every morning my spine is painful and I even struggle to lift myself up. What it maybe a cause of this problem?
Many things: Spinal pain is quite common among adults, and several things can cause it. Morning pain and stiffness may be an inflammatory problem. See your primary doctor or consider seeing a rheumatologist. ...Read more
What could be the problems with foaming urine in the morning hours. Particularly after raise from bed? What test should I do?
Normal: This is seen frequently and is in no way a disease or medical condition requiring testing or other intervention. ...Read more
This is quite awkward but since the past couple of months. I have not been getting a morning erection, does that mean I have a problem?
Ignore it: Morning erections "come and go". Don't worry about it. They're not essential to your life in any way. ...Read more
I have a problem in morning woods and some times in erectumion and I am only 26 yrs and when get mastubrated I feel very down and feeling drousy?
I have been waking up in the morning with trapped wind. Sometimes painful. I have no problems going to the toilet. What can I do to relieve this.
I'm having a reflux problem and I'm taking esomoperazol in the morning I want to know what is it caused by and how can I heal it and what can I eat?
GERD: Has many causes and occurs for different reasons in different patients. Obesity or decreased muscle tone in the GI tract may contribute. Many foods may cause heartburn including mint, alcohol, chocolates, spices and garlic. Try cutting some of these foods out of your diet and assess your body`s response. Esomeprazole is usually a good medicine but alternatives such as ranitidine may help. ...Read more
I get 6-8 hrs of sleep at night. My problem is I have a very very hard time waking up in the morning for work. What do you suggest to make it easier?
You may need more: You may need more sleep than you are getting. Try and increase your sleep time by half an hour over several days. Try and be more consistent with the amount that you are sleeping. Two hour variation is a lot. It also could mean that you are trying to do too much during the day. Talk to a close friend and share with them your thoughts. Ask them for advise. Go hawkeyes! ...Read more
Hi, I have an exam at 9 am till afternoon and I have diarhea, what can I take tomorow morning to make sure that I have no problems during the exam?
Immodium: Try some immodium if they sell that in Canada. Also, don't eat dairy or fatty foods that day. Good luck and sorry you are having this during time of exam! ...Read more
I've had this problem going on a couple weeks now and just can't seem to shake it, and it seems to only be getting worse. I'll wake up in the morning?
What problem?: And what problem would that be? Without specifics, there is no way to answer you. ...Read more
Elevate head of bed: Lying down at night removes the power of gravity to keep things down in your stomach. If the muscle at the top of your stomach is weak, lying down allows free flow of acid up into the esophagus & even your throat. Avoid tight, constricting clothing, put the head of your bed up on sturdy 6' blocks, so you lie at an angle with feet down -- and use gravity to keep acid in stomach. See your dr.! ...Read more
No: There are different kinds of arthritis. Some are worse during activity, others after rest, . Early morning joint pain or stiffness may be a sign of an arthritis caused by an autoimmune disorder like rheumatoid arthritis. It may be worthwhile to discuss with your primary care doctor who may refer you to a rheumatologist. ...Read more