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Growing gullbladder polips - until what size I can save my gullbladder?

Growing gullbladder polips - until what size I can save my gullbladder?

1centimeter.: As a general rule, gallbladder polyps can be safely observed provided that they are less than 1 centimeter in size. Beyond that size, gallbladder removal is recommended to be certain that there is no cancer associated with the polyp. ...Read more

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Once h.pyroli treated, is it reoccure?

Once h.pyroli treated, is it reoccure?

Low recurrence rate: In developed countries, the recurrence rate of H pylori is low, usually around 3% per year. The risk of recurrence is highest in the first year after eliminating the organism. Good luck. ...Read more

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Multiple prolips in Galblader size 3 mm. What can I do now?

Multiple prolips in Galblader size 3 mm. What can I do now?

Undergo cholecystect: The size where polyps become a concern is getting smaller every 5 years...suggest you have your GB removed ...Read more

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Do any medical prolems show up when an employer does a background check?

Do any medical prolems show up when an employer does a background check?

Shouldn't be: Back ground check typically involves legal matter--crime, time behind bars, dui, loan default, child-support problem, drug use etc. Medical problem typically is not in such report, but can be. For example: a person be hand-cuffed started having chest pain/heart attack and thus transported to hospital instead of jail, this is likely a part of that report. Be honest. Be employed. Good luck. ...Read more

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What are the long-term health affects associated with Prolia injections?

Prolia: Prolia is used for just 2 years and is safe and effective in the vast majority of patients.
If you ever feel some symptoms you think might be related to Prolia call your doctor right away.

PS: Just for kicks one of my twin granddaughters is Leah so I like the term Pro"Leah". ...Read more

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What are the benefits of switching from a human premix insulin to an analog premix?

What are the benefits of switching from a human premix insulin to an analog premix?

More physiologic: Which means quicker onset of action, more predictable duration of action also. ...Read more

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What is the prefix/ word root/ combining vowel/ and suffix meaning deciciency of all cells?

What is the prefix/ word root/ combining vowel/ and suffix meaning deciciency of all cells?

Do you mean "penia"?: Pancytopenia designates a deficiency or inadequate numbers of all blood cells. Leukopenia indicates a deficiency of white blood cells (wbcs). Anemia indicates a deficiency of red blood cells (rbcs). Aplastic anemia refers to the illness whereby the bone marrow can not produce sufficient new blood cells resulting in lowered counts of rbcs, wbcs, & platelets--or pancytopenia. ...Read more

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Is prolia best for osteoporosis?

Is prolia best for osteoporosis?

Maybe: Prolia represents a new category of osteoporosis treatment that is effective and has convenient twice yearly dosing. It appears much more effective than the bisphosphonates and rivals Forteo with much more convenience. It is expensive if not covered by your insurance. Whether it is best for you or not depends on many factors which would require more information about a specific patient. ...Read more

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Which protin shake is good for woman?

Which protin shake is good for woman?

Protein: Any of them...Especially those low in sugars or carbohydrates. We, here on health tap, try to stay away from recommending any one product. ...Read more

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What are the active ingredients in prolia?

What are the active ingredients in prolia?

Only one: Hi. The only active ingredient in Prolia is denosumab, a monoclonal antibody that binds a signaling molecule, RANK Ligand (RANKL), that bone forming cells (osteoblasts) secrete that activates bone resorbing cells (osteoclasts). RANKL activates the osteoclasts to break down bone. Denosumab interrupts that, and preserves bone mass and architecture. ...Read more

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Is prolia ever administered by IV infusion?

Is prolia ever administered by IV infusion?

No.: Prolia is a subcutaneous injection. There are other osteoporosis treatments, such as reclast, (zoledronic acid) which is given by IV infusion. They treat the same thing but are very different drugs. ...Read more

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Can I take my proair if I left it in a hot car?

Can I take my proair if I left it in a hot car?

It's pretty sturdy: It can cause problems due to the heat making it leak, in theory, in practice it would have to get very hot indeed.
Wait until it naturally comes back to room temperature and use normally. You could tell if nothing is coming out. ...Read more

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Can I take celexa (citalopram) and prolsic at the same time?

Can I take celexa (citalopram) and prolsic at the same time?

No: Talk to your doctor before using citalopram together with omeprazole. Combining these medications may increase the blood levels of citalopram and increase the risk of certain side effects, including an irregular heart rhythm that may be serious or life-threatening. ...Read more

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You can donate sperm. What else can you donate for a profit?

You can donate sperm. What else can you donate for a profit?

Wrong perspective: Less and less places are paying for donations of anything (sperm/egg being a holdout) in general. This is due to concern that "profit motive" may cloud judgment and prevent honest answers to screening tests, potentially causing injury or infection to a recipient. ...Read more

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Instead of prolia for osteoporisis what else is there to take?

Instead of prolia for osteoporisis what else is there to take?

Many options: Depending on your personal presentation, including your DEXA (bone density) scan results, your the frax® score (a tool developed by who to evaluate fracture risk of patients) and your vit d and ca++ levels, there are other meds such as fosamex, actonel, boniva, reclast, (zoledronic acid) to name a few. Osteoporosis treatment is important, so I recommend discussing with a provider who is educated in it. Good luck. ...Read more

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Will onj stop once I stopped prolia. I've only had 1 injection?

Will onj stop once I stopped prolia. I've only had 1 injection?

Hard to say: There are no conclusive studies or test that link onj to the ingesting of bisphosphonates.
The IV form is another story but this also depends upon the type of mouth surgery you are going to have and the skill level of the surgeon performing the surgery. ...Read more

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I'm going to apply to work in publix, do they test your hair for drugs?

I'm going to apply to work in publix, do they test your hair for drugs?

Hair can be tested: Hair can be tested for drugs. Whether a specific employer does so or not is something to look for on their website or by calling their human resources department. ...Read more

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Is it important to drink dairy for preventing of getting oesteo prosis?

Is it important to drink dairy for preventing of getting oesteo prosis?

Calcium is important: Milk, yoghurt, cheese have a lot of calcium. That is certain important.

You can also take calcium and vitamin D from the health food store.

But above is more tasty. ...Read more

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Can I go to the f1 grand prix when im 6 months pregnant? It is very loud

Can I go to the f1 grand prix when im 6 months pregnant? It is very loud

No problem: There is enough protection from loud noise in your abdomen so your unborn child should not be affected. Enjoy yourself. ...Read more

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Are there any companies that donate a % of their profits to cure children's cancer?

Are there any companies that donate a % of their profits to cure children's cancer?

Hyundai: The hyundai corporation has funded pediatric cancer research by donating >$70 million since 1998. Disclaimer: I have received funding from them in the past to further my research in pediatric rhabdomyosarcoma. They are great, and I hope they inspire other corporations to help fund a cure for childhood cancer. ...Read more

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What's the worst damage that can come from prologed exposure to fiberglass on facial tissue?

What's the worst damage that can come from prologed exposure to fiberglass on facial tissue?

A rash is the. ..: Minimum. For the worst efects go to pubmed. Gov. Then discuss results with your pcp. ...Read more

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What can I take along with prontix to keep from having gallbladder attacks something over the counter?

What can I take along with prontix to keep from having gallbladder attacks something over the counter?

Sure of diagnosis?: The gallbladder concentrates bile from the liver & mixes it with food to digest dietary fats. When gb is sick, you may feel right sided abdominal &/or back pain with meals, & have tenderness in the right upper abdomen. Worst case is obstruction of bile ducts with jaundice (yellow color), have dark urine, tan stools &/or pancreas may inflame. Does this describe you, or need correct diagnosis? ...Read more

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I Don. T no But I have One problim. I can sucking girls vaginal But I don't no. Saidefect Pleas help me?

I Don. T no But I have One problim. I can sucking girls vaginal But I don't no. Saidefect Pleas help me?

?: I don't understand your question. If you are asking if there are side effects to cunnilingus, then yes - you can get an STD just like intercourse. ...Read more

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I am 5/1 and 185 pounds I have hip problims so I don't exersise what is my waite loss options I am 45years old?

I am 5/1 and 185 pounds I have hip problims so I don't exersise what is my waite loss options I am 45years old?

Diet and exercise: Diet and exercise is the healthiest option for sustained weight loss. Keep a food journal to monitor how many calories you are consuming. Just because you have hip problems doesn't mean you can't exercise. Try low impact exercise like an elliptical machine or swimming. I suspect your hip issues will improve with weight loss as well. Good luck! ...Read more

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I'm 20 at the moment, from childhood till now I have a bedwetting prob. I tried depsonel25, but can't have it forever right. Plz help.

I'm 20 at the moment, from childhood till now I have a bedwetting prob. I tried depsonel25, but can't have it forever right. Plz help.

Unlikely: I don't know what depsone is. The first question I have is do you have any other urinary issues? Do you have daytime accidents, burning, urinary frequency, difficulty with your urine stream or bowel movements? Any of these symptoms may indicate an underlying problem that needs evaluation. If there is no underlying problem then there are multiple modalities such as meds and alarms that may help. ...Read more

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I am 5 months pregnant and have been invited to the montreal grand prix next weekend. Is the noise level of a formula one race a concern for my baby?

I am 5 months pregnant and have been invited to the montreal grand prix next weekend. Is the noise level of a formula one race a concern for my baby?

Yes: Research has clearly shown that the fetus can respond to external music while in utero. Certainly the noise and vibrations of a very loud formula one series of cars going by will have an impact-the degree of which is unknown. ...Read more

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I went to the dr today, thought I had a rectal prolaspe and I had a rectum exam and she said my rectum is good, so now I think I still have a prolas?

I went to the dr today, thought I had a rectal prolaspe and I had a rectum exam and she said my rectum is good, so now I think I still have a prolas?

Second opinon: I think it's very likely that if you do have a rectal prolapse that your doctor would have noticed it upon her examination of you. What is it exactly that has you thinking you have a prolapse? If you want a second/specialist opinion, I would suggest a GI doctor or colorectal surgeon. ...Read more

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What is polio?

What is polio?

Serious Infection: Polio is a serious Disease caused by Polio Virus which can cause paralysis and even death in humans. And there is no treatment for it. Those who survive are left with life long disability and 25to50% of them get a second polio disease years later called Post PolioSyndrome ...Read more

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What is post polio?

What is post polio?

Late complication: Post polio syndrome is a late complication, occurring in about 25-50% of those surviving acute polio. It begins from 15 to 30 years after the acute infection. It consists of increased muscle weakness, pain in muscles and fatigue. It is not know why post polio syndrome occurs. ...Read more

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When is polio sunday?

When is polio sunday?

Sundays in India: Polio has been eradicated in most of the world. A google search suggests that polio sunday occurs in india to try to raise awareness for vaccination/fundraising for fighting polio. Your best bet is to use a search engine to find out which sundays it occurs on. ...Read more

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What is "occult" polio?

Asymptomatic Infecti: Occult Polio is when some one is infected with polio virus and that does not cause any neurological symptoms or signs like paralysis and weakness, and other neurological signs which occur in symptomatic patients. The virus may infect a person but does not cause any neurological complications. ...Read more

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How is polio transmitted?

How is polio transmitted?

ByIngetingInfectedSe: The Polio is transmitted from person to person by contact with infected secretions from nose or mouth or contact with infected feces
It enters the body by ingesting infected food or water or touch mouth with ccontaminated hands
It can rarely also transmitted through contact with saliva and nasal secretions
And swimming in infected non chlorinated pool as was the case with President Roosevelt ...Read more

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Does polio affect height?

Does polio affect height?

It depends: There are two forms of polio- a paralytic form and non-paralytic form. If you get the kind that causes muscle weakness and your legs are involved then it could affect your height by making your legs not function normally.
The non-paralytic form does not cause changes in height ...Read more

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What happens during polio?

What happens during polio?

None to Paralysis: Most people who get infected with Polo72% will have no symptoms and will recover completely
1 in 4 may have fever, sore throat, headche and nausea which may last for 2to5 days
Smaler portion will have very serious symptoms due to involvement of Brain and Spinal cord causing
Pins and needles in legs
Meningitis in 1in25
Paralysis in arms and legs or both occurs 1 in 200, can lead to disability or death ...Read more

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Why does polio cause such pain?

Why does polio cause such pain?

Poliomyelitis: Acute poliovirus infection causing paralysis does not cause muscle pain but significant pain may occur with the post-polio syndrome which happens years after with deterioration of the nervous pathways to the muscles affected in acute disease. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of polio?

None to Paralysis: Most people who get infected with Polo72% will have no symptoms and will recover completely
1 in 4 may have fever, sore throat, headche and nausea which may last for 2to5 days
Smaler portion will have very serious symptoms due to involvement of Brain and Spinal cord causing
Pins and needles in legs
Meningitis in 1in25
Paralysis in arms and legs or both occurs 1 in 200, can lead to disability or death ...Read more

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