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Likely safe to wear: Glow-in-the-dark clothing is probably safe. The material that glows is not radioactive, and does not emit any light unless it first absorbs some light. Over time, the material fades as it emits out the light energy that it absorbed. Since glow-in-the-dark pajamas are a novelty item, they need not be used if one has concerns about long-term or environmental effects of glow-in-the-dark materials. ...Read more
My toddler 3.5y.o. doesn't want to wear clothes at home. He even refuses to put pajama at night. Any advice?
Go with it: This is a phase many kids go through. I say the best way to deal with it is to go with it. This phase will pass (esp if you don't turn on the heater :) Enjoy this time as much as possible. I know it's cliche, but he'll only be 3 once! ...Read more
I slept on a prostitute and she was naked, i did not take off my pajama and released my semen very close to her vagina, can I get HIV?
Is there any way to manage night sweats caused by duloxetine? Take it in morning? Special pajama fabric? Ideas welcome!
Highly doubt it: Prelox is a combination product designed to enhance blood flow and sexual performance in men. There is really no good reason why a child would take it, except by accidental ingestion. It is completely untested, and dosing is not available. Medicines like this are not 100% safe in adults and are certainly not safe in children. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I normally lose or gain between 10 pounds a week but i stay anywhere from 156 to 165 is this safe? Health?
Use a barrier method: In order to prevent the transmission of stds you have to avoid contact with any skin or body fluids. For fellatio some people use saran wrap to create a barrier, or dental dams (thin material that dentists use to create a barrier in the mouth. A condom can help reduce risk for transmitting disease, as long as only the portion of skin covered by the condom is touched. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Only very small ones: It is not unusual for patients to see very small dime size clots from time to time. If that happens regularly or the clots are larger this is not normal and should be investigated. There are so many options to help patients have lighter periods nowadays. There is no reason to suffer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What medicine & why?: Why did you take the medicine? Which one? Was it prescribed for you or not? Did you take too many? If you took medicine to hurt yourself please call an ambulance. If not, more details! Doctors don't prescribe meds that are likely to cause more trouble or be less safe than the disease being treated. Talk to the pharmacist as well. Read about the drug online, too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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