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How does our body produce tears?

How does our body produce tears?

Eye glands: Tears are nutrient, and fluid rich fluids secreted to protect the eye surface. They are made continuously by multiple glands interwoven in the conjunctival eye lining. These are distinct from the lacrimal glands which secrete a salt/water solution in response to irritation, and emotional situation. All glands extract the proper components from the blood stream to make the end product. ...Read more

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Can impotent man produce a child?

Can impotent man produce a child?

With help: The man with a problem maintaining an erection can have his sperm collected and used for insemination. ...Read more

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How are nitrogenous wastes produced?

Nitrogenous wastes: Excellent wikipedia question but in brief molecules that contain nitrogen are broken down into smaller units. ...Read more

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What do high protime levels indicate?

What do high protime levels indicate?

Clotting factor: Hi
Prothrombin times are a measure of how fast your blood clots. Typically, we don't look directly at the protime but at another value called the INR, which is a standardized version and a much more reliable indicator of how thin your blood is than looking at protime itself. There are many things that can cause a high pro time and high INR. More info here http://mayocl. In/2rfbkPv Hope this helps ...Read more

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How and where are t memory cells produce?

How and where are t memory cells produce?

Immune memory: According to http://www. Tcells. Org/scientific/memory/, memory t-cells are derived from normal t-cells that have learned how to overcome an invader by ‘remembering’ the strategy used to defeat previous infections. ...Read more

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How many mg of GH a teenage body produce a day?

How many mg of GH a teenage body produce a day?

It's totally: Variable but generally about 700 MICRO grams in a 24 hour period. However, it's secreted in spurts and the majority is overnight during sleep. It's a meaningless number. ...Read more

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Why can I produce seemen but I can't get hard?

Why can I produce seemen but I can't get hard?

2 different process: Semen is produced in the testes which are under control of testosterone. Erections are caused by increased blood in special areas of the penis. This is controlled by special type of nerves called parasympathetic nerves. Ejaculation is controlled by a different type if nerves called sympathetic nerves. A 20 y/o that can't sustain an erection should get that looked into. ...Read more

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If its possible an infotent man can produce baby?

If its possible an infotent man can produce baby?

Yes.: As the previous good doctor answered, yes. If his suggestions of levitra, (vardenafil) cialsis, vaigra fail (and there other ways of achieving erection), the ability to ejaculate is the most important thing. A urologist can "electroejaculate" a male to obtain semen. ...Read more

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Please which is proposed to enhance human memory?

Please which is proposed to enhance human memory?

Nutrition & exercise: No readily available medications, much less dietary supplements, have been demonstrated to improve/enhance memory. Many studies suggest that good nutrition & regular exercise associated w/lower risk of dementia (memory loss). Also, anything that improves heart health appears to improve brain function. But no easy fix like popping a few pills to enhance memory. Sorry! ...Read more

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What can I do if I physically can't produce tears?

What can I do if I physically can't produce tears?

Not likely: Your eyes produce tears 24/7 and these so called baseline tears maintain the health of the eye. Without them you would have so you probably are producing fewer tears and maybe have an emotional block to crying. Start with your ophthalmologist to evaluate this. Tear supplements might be helpful. ...Read more

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Why would my body not produce enough lubrication?

Why would my body not produce enough lubrication?

Depends on the area: There is a mild, not rare autoimmune disease called SICCA syndrome that lowers lubrication everywhere. But dry eyes alone, or dry mouth, or dry vaginal mucosa are NOT that and are much more common and each have a lot of possibilities. ...Read more

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It hurts when I produce faces is there something I can do?

It hurts when I produce faces is there something I can do?

Pain with BM: Dyschezia/painful bm's often are the result of insufficient fiber and fluid in one's diet. High-fiber fruits & veggies &/or fiber supplements (fiberchoice, metamucil, etc) + adequate fluids will soften feces & ease bm's. Stool softeners (not laxatives) may be needed initially until increased fluid/fiber is working or if you're on narcotic pain meds. See doc if persists or bleeding occurs. ...Read more

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What is the symptopms of barren or the one cant produce a baby?

What is the symptopms of barren or the one cant produce a baby?

Usually...: ...the only symptom of infertility is infertility -- women who are fine in every way except they aren't getting pregnant while trying. But sometimes lack of menses, irregular menses, severe acne, and changes in hair growth can point to a hormonal problem that can interfere with conception. ...Read more

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I'm wondering are free radicals produced at random in our bodies?

Not at random: Free radicals are produced in organelles like mitochondria in order to create energy for cells, amongst other things. ...Read more

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Are men with xyy syndrome more likely to produce male children or not?

Are men with xyy syndrome more likely to produce male children or not?

No: The majority of 47XYY males are fertile and have chromosomally normal offspring. ...Read more

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Why is fresh produce better for you than regular produce when the food is exactly the same?

Why is fresh produce better for you than regular produce when the food is exactly the same?

In an ideal world: Produce that is fresh, and exposed to the least amount of chemicals will be optimal. The differences are probably on the "subtle" side but why not limit your exposure to unnecessary chemicals and obtain optimal nutrients (as like with many things, more time out of the ground means some decreased nutritional value). ...Read more

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My adult son doesn't wash produce (organic or not) before eating it. He thinks it's unnecessary. Is this safe?

My adult son doesn't wash produce (organic or not) before eating it. He thinks it's unnecessary. Is this safe?

Probably not: Some produce is washed during the sorting process several times before it gets to the store shelf. If so it is less worrisome than those bought directly from the field. Yet this can not be assumed and such habits have resulted in e.Coli or parasite outbreaks in a number of instances. If your son is in the "invulnerable" stage it may take a "learning" experience with such a germ for a change can occu. ...Read more

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I'm finding simple elements of life, like buying fresh produce, debilitatingly difficult as a result of my location and circumstances. I need peace?

I'm finding simple elements of life, like buying fresh produce, debilitatingly difficult as a result of my location and circumstances. I need peace?

Support: Sometimes we find ourselves in situations we weren't expecting or ready for, & friends/family don't understand/aren't available for support. In these cases, the strength we can draw from people going through the same can be immense. Plus, more people=more ideas. Http://online. Supportgroups. Com/

http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/healthy-living/stress-management/in-depth/support-groups/art-20044655? pg=1 ...Read more

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What is expected when a man of a+ and woman of o rh+ produces an offspring? Could this translate to any complications in terms of blincompatibilit

What is expected when a man of a+ and woman of o rh+ produces an offspring? Could this translate to any complications in terms of blincompatibilit

ABO: You are a+, the woman is o+. Women who are o+ carry anti-a and anti-b antibodies. The child will either be a+ or o+. If the child is a+, there is a chance that mother's anti-a antibodies will be high and cross the placenta and cause red cell break down. This doesn't affect the baby in utero but may cause high bilirubin levels (or jaundice) in the new born. ...Read more

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So she lvs me n i2 but I don't wanna propose her as most gals have proposed me n I want her todo that but she wants me to do it! How do I make her do tht?

So she lvs me n i2 but I don't wanna propose her as most gals have proposed me n I want her todo that but she wants me to do it! How do I make her do tht?

You can't!: You can't "make" her do something she doesn't want to do. You can only entice/induce her to want to do something. Open up your lines of communication. Explain what it would mean to you if she proposed. Ask her why she wants you to propose. How about proposing to each other at the same time? Consider couples counseling. Good luck! ...Read more

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How do I stop producing milk?

How do I stop producing milk?

Stop breastfeeding: If you were breastfeeding and no longer wish to, weaning your baby will stop milk production. A good way to do this is to take away one breastfeeding session every two to five days. Milk production will cease soon after you've completely stopped breastfeeding. If you haven't breastfed, avoid stimulation of the breasts and the milk will eventually stop. Use of medications is not recommended. ...Read more

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HoW can I produce more precum?

HoW can I produce more precum?

Here are some. ..: The volume of precum is related with the size of Cowper's glands and the volume of semen is related with the size of seminal vesicles. The size of Cowper's glands and seminal vesicles is inborn but widely varies among all men. But the output may also vary in an individual reflecting the frequency and degree of their contraction during sexual arousal and orgasm respectively. So, no way to increase ...Read more

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How is urine actually produced?

How is urine actually produced?

Filtered in kidneys: Through the filtering units called glomeruli. The water passes through the thin capillaries out into the filtering space in the kidneys' filtering units. The water carries with it the waste chemicals and passes through tiny tubules the collect together making bigger ones and finally exit the kidney as a large one called the ureter that ends in the bladder that stores the urine till voiding occurs. ...Read more

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Does our bodies produce nicotine?

Does our bodies produce nicotine?

No: The confusion may be that we have "nicotinic" receptors in our body as part of the parasympathetic nervous system. The main neurotransmitter is acetylcholine, and there are 2 kinds of receptors - muscarinic and nicotinic. They were thus named because they caused binding of the 2 substances - muscarine and nicotine - but these are not produced in the body. ...Read more

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How can a man produce more semen?

How can a man produce more semen?

Very difficult: There's not many ways of producing more semen. It's been said in the complementary health literature that consuming pumpkin seeds can help increase the volume of the semen. ...Read more

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Why does the body produce albumin?

Why does the body produce albumin?

Colloid: It is the main substance that keeps the clear part of the blood (plasma) in the blood vessels. With no albumin, all the plasma would leak out into the tissues. ...Read more

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How can I make myself produce eggs?

How can I make myself produce eggs?

You cannot: The number of eggs you have is decided at birth. There are medications like Clomid (clomiphene) which will increase the amount of eggs that you release every month to help you get pregnant ...Read more

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What produces amylase in your body?

What produces amylase in your body?

Pancreas and: Salivary glands. Amylase is needed for digestion of starch and is made predominantly by pancreas and salivary glands. ...Read more

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Could a body produce too much blood?

Could a body produce too much blood?

Yes.: In some instances, a person may produce too many red blood cells. An example of a disease like this is polycythema vera. This is an abnormal bone marrow condition (a myeloproliferative disorder) in which the patient's bone marrow makes too many red blood cells. Another reason for the bone marrow to make excess red blood cells is chronic hypoxia (low oxygen) in association with COPD or apnea. ...Read more

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