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My Nephew Has Dipg Can That Make It Hard For Him To Pee
Urine is the product of the kidneys, which is produced to eliminate the waste products of metabolism, manage body fluid balance, &maintain acid-base balance. The blood is first filtered by the kidneys, and the composition of the resulting fluid is then altered depending on the body's needs. It is composed of mostly water, and breakdown products from blood cells impart ...Read more
My son is 3 years old and recently have been potty trained..Now its everytime he wants to touch his penis n keep playing with it..What is the problem..N what can I do to make him know its not good he does that? N how can I talk to him in a nice way that h
My 3yr old daughter is potty trained but sometimes has accidents (poop) when she does she plays in it and smires it into the carpet and all over her dressers why does she do this and what can I do to stop her?
She is mostly....: ...But not completely potty trained. She, like many her age, gets busy. When she's having fun she doesn't like to stop what she's doing. Talk to her about it gently; let her know you don't like it, and that big girls don't do that. Then clean her up, change her clothes, and praise her a lot when she does it right. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hello my question is my boy friend has some balls i don't know how to call it
in his left adomen and he does want to see a doctor and i want to know what is it
when he was small he saw a doctor and they told him that i does
not eat well but he is in go
I : I donâ€™t know the exact location of the balls in his abdomen. If he has swollen masses that are near the top of the groin, or near the area that the groin meets the leg, this could be something called inguinal lymphadenopathy. That means swollen lymph glands. This could be the sign of an infection. If that is where the balls are and they do not go away soon, suggest that you boyfriend sees his doctor so that the underlying cause can be figured out. ...Read more
My dad woke up today with a bulged body from his eyes to his hands and feet's. Its is hard for him to walk as it hurts him whenever he walks. Can you please let me know what is this and if dangerous?
My husband is 23 and has whooping cough and he refuses to go to the doctor. Is there anything i can do?
Kick him out!: Pertussis (whooping cough) is a highly contagious bacterial disease that causes uncontrollable, violent coughing. The coughing can make it hard to breathe. A deep "whooping" sound is often heard when the patient tries to take a breath. He puts you and other family members at risk if it truly is whooping cough. Tell him to get to the doctor and stop putting you at risk. ...Read more
I have a friend his father Has canser but he cant talk to him because of he is full of morfin is it possible to use amphetamine so they can talk?
Cant use: Morphine is used for the control of pain from malignancy. Amphetamine is a potent central nervous system (CNS) stimulant that is used in the treatment of attention deficit hyperactivity Obviously if the dosage of pain medication has produced suppression in responses a different drug should be used like dilaudid or a pain patch. Tens pad can be used. Needs pain management. ...Read more
Hi my grandson is 6yr old and is austic can talk he has been pulling on his peins a lot is that normal for him and now he is getting my daughters had to show her down there what could it be dr please help us ?
Could be infection: Urinary tract infection is quite common, much more in girls, but happens in boys too. Taking care of an autistic child is very challenging because of communication problems. Since he is pulling on his private and showing it to his mom, it is likely that he is having some trouble such as pain when he pees and urges to urinate etc... I suggest getting him to see his doc for eval/treat. Good luck. ...Read more
My sister has lost emotion for my father and she is paranoid about him as if he is a threat to her and really hates him.What should we do to fix that?
Defining the cause: How old is your sister? If she is an adolescent, it may be related to a normal developmental period of reevaluating your parents and her relationships. Does your sister have a legitimate reason to fear your father? Is he overbearing or abusive in any way that would contribute to her fear? It is important to get to the cause of her emotions in order to design an effective treatment. ...Read more
Is it normal for my 14 month old to bit himself? He has been biting his hand a lot and I'm not sure what to do.
Can be: Toddlers biting themselves is not unusual. Depends on what other medical issues or behaviors exist. ...Read more
My 4year old son has a difficult time urinating, he has to force it out sometimes i plan on setting him a doctors app. But is there anything i can do?
Urinary Issues: First: make sure he is drinking well. When bladder is full, the urge comes. Second: make sure he is not constipated. If there is hard stool sitting in rectum or lower colon, dysfunctional voiding happens. Third: anatomic abnormality of urethral opening, called posterior urethral valve can cause difficult urination, urine stream becomes narrow, jet like, child has to force to pee. Talk to his doc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My dad says he has a tumor in his chest but he's scared to go to the doctor.What harm can it do to him?
Must be evaluated: The word tumor just means a lump of cells that isn't supposed to be there. It can be small, benign (not cancerous, so doesn't spread to other places), in an unimportant place, and slow-growing, which is not a big deal. It can be big, cancerous, growing into vital organs, and rapidly increasing, which can kill the person quickly. Of course, it can also be anywhere in between those extremes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
So my doctor wont fix my shunt and it has been messing with me for a year. Is there anyway to force him to do it?
Yes, but...: if you don‘t have a good relationship with your doctor, you are likely to have more problems or complication following the procedure. i will never force a doctor to do anything on me. I would get another opinion from another doctor. ...Read more
My baby's body does not recognize that he needs to poop I have had to use glycerin suppositories two days in a row now to make him have a bowel movement what else can I do it makes him very fussy and spits up when he cannot use the bathroom?
Make defecation fun!: Defecation/evacuation=a built in reflex. Creating/promoting control issues (you/others vs. baby) creates problems (wars) leading to longstanding health problems. If baby has been scolded/punished (by anyone) for defecating at inconvenient time/location, problems begin & can build. Study: William & Martha Sears many books, e.g. "Attachment Parenting" for better strategies; not product marketing. ...Read more
My 11 month old has the runs and i know its because hes teething but his butt is really irritated is it something i can do to make his bowls harder?
Contact Dermatitis: The diapar area is irritated because of the irritant materials in the stool. Everytime he moves his bowel, immediately clean with lukeworm water, dry dabbing, then put decitin, a and d, butt paste or vaseline. Diarrhea is self limiting.Continue pedialyte for each watery stool. Give bananna, rice, applesauce, yogort, chicken/soup. Avoid too much juice. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My baby is 3 months old.She is not doing firm potty it is like water and these days when she do it she has to push it hard. We can see from her face.
Since my son is only 4 and its hard for me to get help for him is there any way I can tell that he has aggrisive adhd?
You certainly can: By staying calm. Overreacting to your child's behavior or response to ur command isn't going to get u anywhere. They will overreact and become"defiant " and it will escalate and get into your nerves now making you angrier and mad. Therefore nothing accomplished only fuming parent. Conclusion adhd, defiant kid, brat , whatever you call it. Talk to them calmly and make it a game and fun. Shd work! ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
How can I help make my child to stop him from holding his bowels? My six year old does not want to poop. He holds them for so long and then when he finally goes, theyre almost as big as baseballs in diameter with a lot of blood...By him doing this, his un
Often, : Often, if there is a pattern of holding in of bowel movements, there is an identifiable source of pain or discomfort. One common cause is the presence of anal fissures (tears in the skin around the anus) which can hurt during bowel movements. In some cases, there can also be anatomical (structural) issues which cause the bowel movements to have a more difficult time passing. The best starting point would be an evaluation with his pediatrician to evaluate for the reason he is holding his bowels. Often, guidance will be for use of medication to loosen the stool to the point that pain is not derived and develop a pattern of comfort and trust in regular production of bowel movements. ...Read more
She has highblood attack and she's throat was weak that it makes her hard to swallow even her saliva, how can I make it back to normal again?
?????: Sorry, but you won't get an answer to this question because it isn't in understandable English. Please have a native speaker of English repost the question. ...Read more
When my daughter was born she had a stroke in me they gave her a reservoir and it not used i need to find someone that will remove it causes seizures?
Pediatric neurolo-: Gists & neurosurgeons like those at primary children's in slc would need to review your daughter's medical records, including copies of all mri's of the brain & eeg's ( not just the reports), head & body growth charts, results of genetic & other lab tests, developmental/academic testing & progress reports, then evaluate her themselves to determine the benefits vs. Risks of brain surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Are there any documented cases of any children in the world that have actually survived DIPG (5+ years) or been cured? or is there no such thing?
If cancer is a metabolic disease, why are we feeding children w/ DIPG lots of carbs & sugars...limited glucose should be helpful preventing growth?
Be discerning: Cancer is not a "metabolic disease" as represented on websites like the one you have been reading. It's the result of accumulated genetic mutations. You're not going to "limit glucose" in any case -- anything you eat gets turned into this, as it's the key fuel in your body. I trust you'll have the common sense to recognize when a website is offering complete disinformation -- many cancer sites do. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I read about a teen who died from DIPG. How common is it and how do I keep my daughter from getting this type of brain tumor ? Never heard of it .
Brainstem glioma: Brainstem glioma is an aggressive and dangerous cancer. Glioma is a general name for any tumour that arises from the supportive tissue called glia, which help keep the neurons ("thinking cells") in place and functioning well.A diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG) is a tumour located in the pons (middle) of the brain stem. The cause is still unknown. Researchers have not found any genetic link ...Read more
I keep reading about kids with DIPG , a pediatric brain cancer that has no survivors. What are the symptoms and is there a way to prevent it ?
My nephew is 9 years old and he had an appendectomy 2 days ago. He says he doesn't feel when he pees on himself. Should we be worried ?
Enuresis alarm: Enuresis can persist into young adulthood and is usually familial. It can be quite frustrating for affected people. First line prevention is avoiding liquids after 6 pm and voiding before bed. Enuresis alarms are devices that attach to the waistband and vibrate when the bladder contracts, and DDAVP is a medication (oral or nasal spray) which are other treatment options. I hope this helps! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My nephew he's 2 yrs. had a fever of a 104 by the armpit, has a stiff neck, and now he's not peeing. The hospital ruled it as a flu. What could it be?
Needs in person eval: A 2 year old who is not peeing. That's a problem. With a fever of 104 with a stiff neck is concerning. And he is likely dehydrated too, and that's why he's not peeing. I would have him seen again, even if just to get him hydrated and to rule out meningitis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Get evaluated.: A few things could cause this group of signs and symptoms. A urinary tract infection, or prostate infection in men, for example, can cause difficult urination. Pain could be caused by involvement of the kidney. This usually accompanied by fever & pain with urination. Urinary obstruction, with reflux of urine up to the right kidney is a possibility as well. See your physician for evaluation. ...Read more
Here are some...: Undoubtedly, your long-time difficulty to pee has been going on for months to years. The most likely underlying cause is mechanical / functional blockage along the urethra. At 34, consider poor relaxation of bladder neck or stricture anywhere distal to the prostate; either way, in time, bladder will weaken from its hard working like backup pressure at restricting the nozzle of garden hose. See Doc ...Read more
Because...: I'm sure this condition has slowly developed in you over many years already by standing closer and closer to toilet and taking longer and longer time to pee over the the years with slowly worsening. Current condition suggests you may have significant bladder weakness from bladder long-term hard work to adjust and overcome functional restriction of urethra by poor relaxation and/or prostate enlarg. ...Read more
Position: Make sure the tampon is well positioned behind the pubic bone so that you don't feel pressure from it. If you still have trouble, you may need to try a different type of tampon- some are more absorbent, longer or thicker and may not fit you as well. ...Read more
It's hard to pee lately, the stream isn't steady like it used to be. Could this be something serious?
Warrants inquiry: Voiding problem at your age does warrant an investigation into the cause and it would be prudent to see your doctor. ...Read more
My friend is having a hard time peeing lately, sometimes it just won't come out, and he has diabetes. Is that a normal symptom?
What do you suggest if my friend is having a hard time peeing lately, sometimes it just won't come out, and he has diabetes is this normal?
How long is a normal pee supposed to last? I have vaginismus and sometimes it's hard to go and i go a lot. I pee for 3 seconds. Is that bad?
I have a pee, at first it just gone out easily, but when almost finish, i got it hard to throw it out and i used some power to push it out. Help me?
Med eval.: Dear lynx, if this is chronic please see your personal physician or an urologist for medical evaluation. Take care. ...Read more
Here are some ...: Did you mean you leaked urine while laughing hard? Seeing your nickname as SFMon5, I suspected you're female. If so, you got stress urinary incontinence which commonly happens to many women and can be managed to cope effectively through counseling, behavioral modification, Kegel exercise, drugs, or surgery. So, see urologist or Gyn-Doc for comprehensive evaluation and treatment. Best wish ... ...Read more
Hard to say: Can't see your age, but concerning. May progress to complete inability to pee. Need to see doc. Until then avoid anything that could make this worse - cold medications, anti allergy meds, etc. Causes: if young, medications are prime suspects. If old then prostate enlargement esp if painless. If you have ever had any urologic procedures scarring is likely. ...Read more
There : There is very little information here. Are you a man or a woman? Does it hurt on the right side of your back, the right side of your abdomen? If you are a man and it hurts on the right side, inside the penis, you may have an infection. If you are a woman and it hurts near the urethra where the urine leaves the body, you could have an infection or inflammation. If your back is hurting maybe you have an infection involving your kidney. If your abdomen hurts, maybe you have inflammation or infection from your bladder. There isn't enough information to provide a definitive response. I suggest you see your doctor to be evaluated for the source of your painful urination. ...Read more
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