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My sister committed suicide from a drug/alcohol overdose. I know it depends on the drug(s) & amount of alcohol. Would this been a painful death?

My sister committed suicide from a drug/alcohol overdose. I know it depends on the drug(s) & amount of alcohol. Would this been a painful death?

Usually not: People who have witnessed such deaths describe them as peaceful. I'm very sorry about your sister and whatever it was that caused her to decide life wasn't worth living. Our minds play tricks on us, and each of us has times when we are not ourselves. I hope you'll cherish the memories that you had together, and live your own life richly and well. ...Read more

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Dr. Byron Law-Yone
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Suicide (Definition)

Suicide is an action in which a person intentionally causes his own death. Suicide more commonly occurs in persons suffering from depression or other mental illnesses, where a person may feel hopeless and see suicide as a way to escape the real or perceived overwhelming problems and ...Read more


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Non painful blisters penis?

Go see a doctor: Go see a doctor and get a proper examination and diagnosis and proper treatment. You don't want to rely on an anonymous author for final advice about this. Get a exam. This might be nothing it might be an std. Go get seen. ...Read more

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I've been having abnormal non-painful facial sensations since September of 2013. Why is this?

I've been having abnormal non-painful facial sensations since September of 2013. Why is this?

Sensations?: What type of sensations? What have you been experiencing. Your question must be much more specific. ...Read more

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What could enlarged non painful lymph nodes be ?

Infection, growth...: Lymph nodes respond to infection, cancer and irritation nearby. Get it checked by a doctor and then followup with them at an interval they recommend. It could be just a benign enlargement that you never find a reason for. ...Read more

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What would cause non painful, immovable lumps to the right of my navel?

?umbilical hernia: A lump in or around the navel area could be a hernia(can push it in) or a cyst. A physician would have to examine you to make a diagnosis. ...Read more

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Causes of non painful, immovable lumps to the right of navel in female?

Causes of non painful, immovable lumps to the right of navel in female?

Lumps: If the mass is just below the skin it is likely that they are lipomas, calcified fat deposits, which are benign. Though should be evaluated by your family doctor. These can be easily removed for definitive diagnosis and/or causing discomfort or aesthetically displeasing. ...Read more

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Is a consistent 28 day cycle and 5 day normal non painful flow a good sign of fertility?

Is a consistent 28 day cycle and 5 day normal non painful flow a good sign of fertility?

Reassuring: It's certainly reassuring but there are other possible causes of infertility that can occur despite nice regular periods. We start an evaluation if a couple has been having sex 2-3 times weekly for 1 year. We start investigation sooner if periods aren't regular or if a woman is over 35. ...Read more

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What to do if I have a small non painful bump on the underside of my wrist. Will it get bigger?

What to do if I have a small non painful bump on the underside of my wrist. Will it get bigger?

This would require: A medical history and examination of the wrist (with possible radiographic studies) in order to provide a useful response to your question. Take care. ...Read more

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What could it mean when I have non painful, non discoloured lumps on both sides at the back of my tongue?

What could it mean when I have non painful, non discoloured lumps on both sides at the back of my tongue?

Perhaps Normal: All of us have non-painful lumps on the sides & back of our tongues. So, what you're seeing could quite possibly be "normal" anatomy. However, there are many variations which look a bit odd, & there are also several conditions which could look as you describe. The only way to know for sure is to see a dentist, oral surgeon, or ent. If it's something unusual, you should know asap. See someone asap. ...Read more

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