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I'm confused!: What do you mean by "pailes". Please ask your questions again and clarify. Do you mean "piles"? Or something else. Also list your symptoms and how long you have had them. You have a 150 character limit, so be brief, but complete, and double-check your spelling. ...Read more
Nothing: This is fine. Your period will just come one day earlier than usual, that's all. ...Read more
I'm 26 years old. Is it poosible to grow my height. If yes what would be pils helps for height grow?
When I go to sleepi get psins in my sides and have to get up because it hursts and my back is well?
Why does Dr. Phil receive so much criticism from both the public and other mental health professionals?
Oversimlplifies life: Because he has a tendency to be pedantic and grossly oversimplify what are complex, multilayered issues of life, and he tends to be condescending to those he purports to "help" as he often winds up in infantalizing them. He is viewed in the field of psychology with both enmity and suspicion for once being forced to give up his license. Many n the field feel he gives psychology a bad name. ...Read more
Hola hace tres días termino mi periodo hoy tuve relaciones se salio el condón el no eyaculó y dos horas después sangró a que se debe me tomo la pastil?
No: Si es no probable llegar a ser embarazadas 3 dias despues de haber terminado de periodo. La ovulacion ocurre en el ciclo medio. Pero la fertilidad es posible entre el dia 8-10 de primer dia de periodo hasta 5 dias despues de la ovulacion. Sangrado despues del coito puede ser signo de otro problema. Consulte con su medico. ...Read more
2-3.5 PSI: Pressure in the aorta is measured in mm of mercury, or mmhg. To convert to psi, divide normal aortic pressure of 100-180 mmhg by 10 to get cmhg, then use any simple conversion chart or app. It works out to 1.9 to 3.5 psi. Curious as to why you would want to know this though? ...Read more
Several things: The most common reason for enlarged pupils is they made a recent trip to an eye doctor who used pupilary dilators. Much less common is exposure to certain drugs which can do this which includes purposeful treatment with dilators for certain conditions like uveitis. Pupils are also blown in brain hemorrhage and obstructions especially after head trauma. ...Read more
Depends: Since you are asking the question, I will assume you are NOT a regular user of opiates., in which case 80 mg of oxycodone could KILL or INJURE you severely, including overdose and respiratory depression with brain damage or death. Opiate overdose now kills more young people than motor vehicle accidents. Please don't join this horrible statistic. Get help if you need it and/or stay away from it!! ...Read more
They are supposed to: Pupils are supposed to constantly change as they react to light and accommodate to help focus on a subject. ...Read more
No: No, that's not possible.Get a more detailed answer ›
Pupils smaller: Look into a light.Get a more detailed answer ›
Time won't matter: The b. Complex vitamins are water solvable and easily absorbed. Taking them at a usual time everyday (breakfast, dinner, bedtime) becomes easiest way to remember to do it. ...Read more
See your doctor: If this is a recent change you need to see a doctor asap. ...Read more
Pupils: Genes. Look at your other relatives. Are you more often in the dark? ...Read more
It depends: It depends on the context. In some normal people, that could be a slow reaction that is minimal (expert checkup is needed). In certain conditions (neurological, infectious, etc) it could be a sign. Some meds can cause that too. In someone completely blind, or even dead, pupils would not react either. Your dr would confirm this lack of reactivity, and correlate with other findings in your case. ...Read more
Not toxic: But may make you drowsy and may over dry nasal passages. ...Read more
Yes if: This is the way your doctor has prescribed you your treatment, like Paxil (paroxetine) to be taken on a daily basis and Lorazepam 0.5 mg once a day as needed for anxiety. To the opposite, if u take medications on ur own, u are self-medications yourself and, this at ur own risk. The best for u is to get back to ur prescribing doc, tell her/him ur symptoms & ask 4 clarification or readjustment of ur treatment. ...Read more
See eye doctor: It could be several reasons. Could be that the pupil has been exposed to a chemical that keeps it big or keeps it small. This chemical could be a medicine you are taking or a chemical in a cleaning product, insect killer, or lawn and garden chemical. Could be that pupil stuck with inflammation. Could be a neurological issues. Need to see eye doctor to evaluate the source. ...Read more
They constrict: By constricting they allow less light to enter, preventing damage to your eyes. ...Read more
Depends: If it's new or acute, no it's not normal, but if you have always been that way, then it's most likely fine. We are all unique and some display that with mismatched pupils. ...Read more
Probably: Within 1 mm is normal.Get a more detailed answer ›