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Pfiesteria Infections Water Pollution
Pfiesteria: Pfiesteria is a potentially toxic organism that can be lethal to fish. ...Read more
Infections are invasions of some other organism (fungus, bacteria, parasite) or viruses into places where they do not belong. For instance, we have normal gut bacteria that live within us without causing problems; however, when those penetrate the bowel wall and enter the bloodstream, ...Read more
No Infection no test: It is not contagious or infectious, and cannot be transmitted like a cold . It is a toxic exposure to the pfiesteria release of subtances into river and estuarine waters. It appears to cause skin irritation and cognitive impairmemnt. There is no test available or known. There is no infectious agent in the body to test for as this is a toxic side effect only. ...Read more
No test Not infected: There is no infection present as the symptoms of skin irritation and cognitive difficulty are believed to be a result of toxins released from the organism known as pfiesteria. Nothing invades the body as a germ that can be tested and there is no immune response. The diagnosis at present is based on symptoms and known exposure only. ...Read more
Most: Yes, most fruits are except muscadine grapes. ...Read more
Stop water pollution: Eliminate all of the chemicles we put in our washing machine.They are extremely harmful to your body but they pollute the ground water and traces are found in our waterways.The list of carcinigous chemicals in laundry detergent is long enough, but some of the fabric softners are far worse.Then, you add all the chemicals in maintaining a nice looking yard and garden that washes off into the drain sew. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A lot: Asthma.Chronic otitis media, rhinosinusitus, mental well-being, flu, colds, staff, .Mrsa, tb.The list goes on.Indoor air polution is far more a problem than outdoors.Nature keeps the air more safe than indoors.The list of chemicals that are locked inside your home and other buildings because of energy efficiency is the root many deseases. ...Read more
Website: Perhaps the following website can provide a starting point for answers to your questions: http://www.Lgaconsulting.Com/water/ie-mexicowaterreport-2011winter-waterqualityproblemsandchallengesinmexico.Html. ...Read more
Research ongoing: there have been any studies over the past decade looking at effects of pollution on children. Some studies have looked at associations between pollution exposure in-utero and after birth with asthma, development, school performance, as well as many others. While nothing is 100% certain, it is better to have less exposure to pollution than more exposure. ...Read more
Check your area: Common people must consult their local epa regarding their water. Drinking water especially must be check for contaminants and most important it's ph. Log on to my site: www.Drernie.Co.Cc. Your question will be answered. ...Read more
I find it so dangerous to live in this world, food are with gdo, there is air and water pollution?
Possibly: By "water infection"i assume you mean a "urinary tract infection" or uti. Some utis can involve the kidney and thus facilitate entry of bacteria into the bloodstream. This can cause fever and other symptoms which could include feeling faint. Simple cystitis or "bladder infection" does not cause fever or systemic symptoms and generally should not cause one to pass out. ...Read more
All am doing every two mins is going the toliet .i have not got a water infection coz not in pain?
Diarrhea: The most common cause is viral and will abate spontaneously, but if it persists you need to be seen and have the cause definitively identified. In the interim you must stay well hydrated. If you cannot then go to the doctor ASAP. Wish you better soon. ...Read more
Infections: Have no idea what you mean by "water infections". There are numerous diseases that can be transmitted to humans thru contaminated water. The active ingredient in dettol that confers its antiseptic property is chloroxylenol which should not be taken by humans as it has potentially lethal toxicity. It can be used in contaminated water, but then you could not drink the water. ...Read more
Multiple factors: Women are far more likely to develop this than men because of the short urethra and its anatomic relationship of the outlet to the perineum which may be contaminated with multiple microorganisms. The most common bacteria is e. Coli, followed by a coagulase negative staphylococcus. Complex subject. ...Read more
Total scam: I'm assuming you're referring to the "test" where you spit in the glass first thing in the morning and judge by the stuff that ends up floating in the water whether your "systemic candida" is under control. This is total baloney, as I suspect you realize. Get with an evidence-based holistic physician in your community -- it's a fascinating area and you deserve accurate information. ...Read more
Long list...: An infection is a common cause of premature rupture of membranes but it isn't the only cause. The list is pretty long and includes things like premature cervical dilation; an infection somewhere else in the body such as the kidney, appendix, lungs or teeth; recreational drug use; truama...etc. Fortunately we are in an era of very good NICU care. Best wishes! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have got crick fingers and i had water infection but that gone but my we still has a strong. Oder?
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