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Yes see a MD now: Depending on the severity of the bite, if it broke the skin and has possibly damaged any structures, you should see a doctor. Bites on certain sites on the body are more dangerous. Wash the bite site with soap and water and keep clean. Watch the wound, if it develops the cardinal signs of infection, warmth, swelling, pain, or has any drainage, you need to seek immediate medical attention. ...Read more
De-flea: De-flea the rabbit. Wash clothing in hot water. ...Read more
Hi I am ranbir, I am 20 years old and I have been mosterbating for last 4 years and i want to quit that now? If u could please tell me the solution?Tnx
Don't stop: I do not of any physician that would advise you to stop masturbating. Sexual activity enhances health. The lack of sexual activity can harm health. I would advise that you cannot and should not stop. ...Read more
Highly unlikely-: Other infections such as franciscella tularensis (tularemia) potentially, yes- but not leptospirosis from petting a bunny. However, if you are the one responsible for cleaning up rodent feces and urine, you could get it if the bunny is infected and one were to inhale dtried particles of its feces or urine. ...Read more
Perhaps, but who : Cares if it might seem odd to others. If it makes the 24 year old person happy - go for it. ...Read more
It is possible.: Rinse wound w clean water. Clean surrounding skin w soap & water on wash cloth. Apply antibiotic ointment. Initially cover w bandage until some healing has occurred. Change bandage when soiled/ wet or at least daily. Need tetanus shot if you haven't had one in last 10 years, don't know when you last had one or if the wound is dirty & it has been more than 5 years since last shot. ...Read more
It mighr: be related to vitamin or dietary intake more info is helpfull for us to help diagnose an issue ...Read more
When my nipples are sucked I am told they produce a rancid disgusting taste enough for my partner to heave, what could be my problem?
I think I have hemmaroids and I am struggling to go to the toilet its a rabbit dropping covered in a fleshy substance is this normal , thanks?
Hemorrhoids -const: This is not normal, but constipation problems are common. Try increasing your diet with lots of whole fruits and vegetables and drink more water. Try adding fiber e.g. Metamucil daily(see package for dose). You should see your doctor concerning hemorrhoids and fleshy substance around stools. ...Read more
Tyrosinemia type 1?: By rancid butter syndrome i think you mean tyrosinemia type 1. This occurs when an enzyme, called fumarylacetoacetase (fah), is either missing or not working properly and therefore tyrosine accumulate. It is treated using special medical formulas in place of other things in the diet that contain tyrosine. A medication known as ntbc is also used in some chronic cases. See a metabolism specialist. ...Read more
Symptoms, tests: Animal danders r strong triggers for allergy symptoms. If a child is allergic to animal dander, she/he may sneeze, wheeze, cough, develop hives or itchy eyes when he/she pets the animal, or even be in the same room with the animal. You can confirm the allergy be doing allergy testing w an allergist. ...Read more
Theoretically yes: Yes, unless you eat live rabbits as well. ...Read more
Yes: Hives with direct skin contact is called "contact urticaria." this can occur with holding nearly any furry pet including rabbits. Other associated symptoms could be itchy watery red eye, runny, stuffy nose, sneezing and coughing. An allergist could confirm with testing if rabbit allergy is present, but it sure sounds likely. ...Read more
Not necessarily: The proteins that are allergenic on various animals differ. ...Read more
Rabbit Scratches: Rabbit fever"tularemia" has the following symptoms:fever, chills, headaches, diarrhea aches, dry cough. See a dr if you have these. Most wounds may be cared for at home. Superficial abrasions and lacerations can be cleaned, an antibacterial ointment applied, and then covered with a band-aid or light bandage. ...Read more
When I speak to people I don't know I just like a rabbit in the headlights and really awkward why is this?
Natural instinct: When faced with the unknown we assume its a threat until proven otherwise and so the body prepares to deal with the threat by releasing adrenaline which prepares us for fight or flight by shunting blood flow to muscles and brain. In the modern world neither option is viable so, like the rabbit, we freeze. As you talk to more strangers in similar situations this perception of threat will fade. ...Read more
When my hair gets wet it has a rancid metal smell. it started about 1 month ago. it is not as strong now as the first time. but horrid when it is wet?
Water system?: What kind of water system do you have? Start with this Do you color or dye your hair? If so this may be your issue. Can try changing shampoos and use conditioners Start here ...Read more
I'm starting to get back in shape.I notice my left hip started hurting after i ran.Is it because my body isn't used to the run or can it be an injury?
Hip pain: The pain could be either from an injury or because your body isn't used to running. It is important to make sure your form is good, your shoes are good and that you are stretching properly and taking care of your potential injury. Depending where in the hip you may need to use a foam roller or do some special stretches. A physical therapist or running coach may be able to help you with stretch. ...Read more
Sir, I am rajib data from agartala india.Recently I have done bilirubin test the result little high
how can I reduce my total bilirubin in naturally ?
Reducing bilirubin?: By knowing what causing it and taking care of it, ask u physician. ...Read more
Scabies: Scabies mites that live on pets are different from the ones found on humans. But, mites on pets may be transmitted to you from an infested pet. They can burrow under your skin resulting in itching. This type of mite will not reproduce on you ; should die within several days. You won't require medication but your animal needs to be treated. ...Read more
Yes: You can choose an area of veterinary medicine where you do not take care of rabbits or other rodents. Or you can undergo allergy shots to help reduce your allergy problems. See a board certified allergist for further advice. ...Read more