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Northeast Region Landforms
Can't see clearly: Perihilar=area around the hilum/root of the lungs, basically where the airway enters the lung--both=both sides. Haziness=not clearly defined increase in density, often due to enlargement of some lymhnodes/inflamation in the area. It is nonspecific--can't tell for sure what it is. A poorly done xray can produce this haziness. Consult doc to review finding in context of your disease. Good luck. ...Read more
See below: This problem can only be solved by seeing your doctor and being evaluated face-to-face. After a thorough examination, your doctor should be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more
Yoga & swimming: Try these activities to keep your muscles toned and working well. ...Read more
Whenever I touch the region the feeling(kinda painful) stops...same goes when I'm on my earplugs...
Part of ongoing...: ...conversation with a HealthTap provider? If so, your question was misdirected in this forum & we can't retrieve the feed from prior questions/answers. Sorry-- ...Read more
I have azoospermia coupled with y deletion of the b region? Can i still have kids with such condition?
Took a sip of h2o that resulted in severe acute pain in kidney region. I have had pain in my kidney's before, although its much worse now.
Kidney stones: Can cause that pain. The mthfr 677 ; 1298 genotype can cause elevated homocysteine and uric acid levels which can contribute to kidney stones. If + for mthfr, you can fix with l-methylfolate, p5p, and methylcobalamin--all natural and won't hurt kidneys. I also have lupus and have mthfr, and kidney stones...So i know what it feels like. :p. ...Read more
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