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I get headaches every day and sometimes they can get pretty bad, what can help me? I've tried a cold wash cloth, tapping points, deap breathing, asprin, and other medications that claim to take away my headache
Hello.: Hello. There a variety of types of headaches and differing treatments. If you have not had your headaches assessed by a neurologist, I strongly recommend it. Especially since they are chronic, frequent and sever. The neurologist should be able to make specific recommendations. You could also ask the neurologist about medical acupuncture depending on the source of the headaches. ...Read more
Chloroform or ether: Theoretically, any inhalational anesthetic gas can be used inappropriately in this manner. Originally ether and chloroform was used, or abused, this way as an anesthetic, but chloroform was found to have toxic side effects. Ether has since been replaced by more stable, reliable, and effective inhalational (gas) anesthetics like isoflurane, sevoflurane, and desflurane. Do not try this at home! ...Read more
Can you get HIV from a strip club (dancers dancing on me) I was fully clothed and they were too.? Any HIV risks?
At strip club the stripper was fully clothed except for his penis was in a elephant trunk (i was still fully clothed and no penetration) any HIV risk?
Check out this link: God bless u! http://www. Medicinenet. Com/script/main/mobileart. Asp. ...Read more
Fomites: When the virus sheds onto clothing or towels, it can remain infectious for a period of time until it is no longer viable. Washing clothes and towels also makes it unable to be transmitted. Close contact with skin while it is viable can transmit the virus and start an infection. ...Read more
Nosebleed/ clots: As bleeding stops during the course of a nose bleed, it is not unusual to see clots in the nose and back of the throat. If you are experiencing recurrent nose bleeds, avoid Aspirin and Ibuprofen containing products, and go in to your doctor to check your blood count and general health. You may also need to see an otolaryngologist (ENT) for definitive care. ...Read more
So I got tested february 6 im now finding out on thursday ihad gonnorhea igot the shot and pills so through towels cups toothbrushes wash cloths?
Do you get less of a clean and sanitation on the exterior of your clothing when you turn the cloths inside out prior to putting them in the wash?
No: Doesn't matter. Soapy water will penetrate both sides. ...Read more
Increased risk: Blood clots risk increase in Preg because: Your blood is more likely to clot. It's your body's way of preventing you from losing too much blood during labor and birth. Blood flows from the veins in your legs to your heart much more slowly caused by pregnancy hormones and your uterus (womb) getting larger as your baby grows. During birth, your veins may get damaged thus increasing risk too. ...Read more
Probably: Clotted mwnstrual blood is common and considered innocent most of the time. ...Read more
Any that don't react: Any detergent can be used as long as your baby does not react with a rash to it. ...Read more
Yes: Baby wipes are much more gentle with regards to perfumes, dyes, chemicals, etc. ...Read more
My aunt is irritating. Gets angry very easily. Though her family is rich, she wears old and torn cloths. Her family is hating her now. They call her mad?
Psychiatric issues: Cannot be managed on-line. If she is truly changing, try to get her to see a local psychiatrist to delve into her history as to why she may be behaving as you describe. ...Read more
Some of each:
Benefits: you are using a natural fiber that has not been chemically processed. Cloth diapers have changed alot in the past years and offer many options. They are less expensive on the long run than disposable and you decide how to cleanse them. Better for the planet.
Drawbacks: you have to carry soiled diapers with you and can get stinky, babies develop rashes if they are not changed promptly. ...Read more
Your preference: Cloth and disposable diapers each have their own advantages and disadvantages when traveling. Do you prefer to tote around dirty diapers to avoid increasing trash? Or would you prefer to bring along disposable diapers, realizing you will need to bring a large supply or buy them at your destination? It is really an individual choice. ...Read more
Your question does: Not appear specific enough. That is, what happens when you touch a "cloth material? ". ...Read more
Foreign body in skin: If a foreign body like a piece of cloth is visible from the surface, it can be gently pulled out with sterile tweezers. However, if it is difficult to remove or if other debris or swelling, redness, pain or pus is present, the wound needs to be surgically cleaned. Depending on what injured your skin, you may need a tetanus shot. Please see your doctor. ...Read more
Normal: That's a normal finding.Get a more detailed answer ›
Can miniscule amount of precum pass through two layers of cloth if one of the layer is slightly wet?
No: This is highly improbable with respect to risk of impregnation which I assume is the reason for the question. ...Read more
Dear sir, why it is difficult for me to wear cloths and it is bad for me? But I have hypothyroidism? Tell me the full direction
I clean and lysol my home but I still smell mildew but my home is clean no wet cloths or nothing. Is this smell harmful to me and my kids?
Mildew: It is possible that you still have mold in your house, for example you, if you have an attic you may have mold up there. If you have paneling you can have behind the wood. If you've ever been flooded you may have mold in the basement. I believe you need to look for possible mold sources in your home. Professional help may be needed. ...Read more
Can I get toxo by eating a piece of chocolate which was on a surface that had previously been cleaned with a cloth that had touched raw meat?
It's possible!: There are many possible pathogens in raw meat which could contaminate a surface and your chocolate in this way, including Toxoplasmosis, Escherichia coli, Shigella, Staphylococcus aureus, Salmonella, and Listeria monocytogenes. Food hygiene is always very important. I remain available to consult with you on HealthTap. Have a nice day! ...Read more