Doctor insights on:
Could a uterus polym of 0.5mm cause a problem during pregnancy? A miscarriage? Should it be removed or it's too small it might go away with pregnancy
Sweaty Palms: This sounds like a condition known as hyperhidrosis (increased sweating). It can affect the palms, soles of the feet, underarms, etc. And is due to hyperactive sweat glands usually in response to various stimuli such as emotion. The palmar type can also be inherited. Your dermatologist can offer treatments if this is the cause. Thanks. ...Read more
The lines are there to stay and it is more harmful to try to move them due to the sensitive nature of the nerve supply and blood supply in the hand. Also, important in this area is the tendon and ligament distribution.
This area is known as no mans land referring to do as little surgery in this area as possible ...Read more
Type of plastic:
Polyhydroxybutanoate is a type of biodegradable plastic with many uses. Medically, some may be used to help in drug delivery to cells/tissues, implants possibly, and in some genetic engineering models. See this page:
See http://www.biotecharticles.com/Biotechnology-products-Article/Biodegradable-Plastics-Production-and-Applications-852.html ...Read more
In your county::
Here's a website that lists free or low cost mental health treatment in your county: http://www.handsonhealth-sc.org/golocal/golocal.php?county_id=10&nid=L69
Also, if you are having trouble getting care, contact the state's client advocacy program: http://www.state.sc.us/dmh/client_advocacy.htm ...Read more
White count: Need to also know the total white count not just the percentages. Also, clinical correlation is important. Discuss lab results with your child's doctor. ...Read more
I've posted a question on this site, 2 dr's answered and they disagreed on the question and I got polar answers. Where do I go from here?
Provide more info: Many times when there is discrepancy in advice, the information provided is not entirely clear and can be interpreted differently. You can consider reaching out to one of the health tap specialists in the area your problem involves and request a consultation, or rephrase your initial question with additional information. You can also go to your pcp to get more definitive diagnosis. ...Read more
What sort of fats (poly unsaturated etc.) are required for proper functioning of our bodies? How much? What to avoid and what to eat without diseases?
Google: I want to introduce you to Google.com
Enter this in your browser menu and search.
Wikipedia is usually good at things like this.
Also, look at images shown by your google.
For more in depth reviews I recommend you go to uptodate.com
Good googling and uptodating ...Read more
Foreplay & Discharge:
during foreplay it is very common to leak seminal fluid. This is known as "pre-cum" and it is fully normal. Many people do not realize it but pre-cum can lead to pregnancy. If one is exposed to pre-cum they can also get many of the stds if the person with the pre-cum is infected. ...Read more
Try to get local:
There are many "legit" sites to buy supplements. http://www.iherb.com is among the best.
However, you will receive the greatest benefits from bee pollen by taking pollen from bees that live near you, as they will have pollen from the plant in your region. Contact your local beekeepers at http://inlandbeemail.com/index.php/local-honey-producers-mainmenu-42 to obtain local pollen. ...Read more
Pilonidal cyst: A Pilonidal Cyst is an abnormal pocket in the skin that usually contains hair and skin debris. It is almost always located near the tailbone at the cleft of the buttock. These cysts typically occur when hair punctures the skin and then becomes embedded. if a Pilonidal Cyst become infected the resulting abscess is often very painful. The cyst can be drained through a small incision or surgically re ...Read more
Nope: Assuming you have the correct diagnosis, acrochorda, and also known as skin tags, or fibroepithelial polyps, are benign skin growths often found in skin folds. Common locations include the neck, armpit, and groin. They also occur on the face, especially on the eyelids. On the other hand, the are sometimes associated with other noncommunicable diseases. Low-risk hpv 6 and 11 is rarely present. ...Read more
Peeling, dry palms: Are often caused by contact dermatitis--contact with harsh detergents, soaps and lotions that contain perfume; cold, dry air; eczema or fungal infections. Use fresh water instead of soap; apply calamine lotion. A low dose OTC steroid cream can be applied. Symptoms worsened by dry skin: use good quality moisturizer during daytime. Consider repair glycolic acid creams at night, maybe with cotton gloves ...Read more
See details: Google the term and you will gain much more detailed information than can be provided in the small space provided for answers on this site. It is a systemic medium vessel vasculitis that can effect virtually any organ system in the body. It requires early diagnosis and aggressive treatment. ...Read more