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Why am I overly sensitve? I suffer from maladaptive daydreaming. I am a highly sensitive person. I suffer from anxiety. Plz help I can't aford to go to doc
Therapist: Or look books on barnes noble on self help group. ...Read more
My dentists says im sensitive to the white fillings so he needs to replace them with silver ones? I called my dentist and told him im in pain with the white filling and he said sometimes ppl can not have the white cause they r to sensitve and silver has
Not enough info: Unfortunately, there is not enough information to answer your question. What kind of composite filling was used, what placement technique (direct vs. Indirect), what kind of bonding method was used, was a liner placed before the fillings were placed. I have not encountered a problem like yours in over twenty years. I'd seek out a second opinion! ...Read more
It may be an area of infection. There are glands in that area that can become infected. Genital warts are another possibility. Please be seen immediately and have this evaluated.
If you develop increased pain, redness, fever, or swelling, then you will need to be seen in the emergency room. ...Read more
20 years old wears contacts becoming more sensitve to lights causing strained eyes that spazzes out affecting abilty to not focus become hazy cloudy d?
I want to ask I was taking treatment for my pigmentation my doctor gave me pigmentatin cream due to which my skin has become now sensitve and get dark?
Stop the cream: Of course you must stop the cream. And, you very well may need to come to terms that your skin is just fine as it is and to stop wasting money on products that are either ineffective or which can make the situation worse. ...Read more
When I remove hair from the sensitve area by sweet the next day I have a lot of red and swelled pimples and when it goes it leave black scars?
3weeks ago I had hair removed from eardrums by ENT dr. He used a long metal tool I really hurt in rt ear now rt ear ring. Sensitve to noise?
Get checked: Go get the ear checked again to ensure the eardrum is intact and there is no sign of infection. ...Read more
I hvae a throbbing pain in my right eye. It is extremely sensitve to light. This just started today, yesterday my eye was very itchy & red.?
Cnjnctivitis, iritis: Even with an exam sometimes its difficult to diagnosis a condition, much less through a website. Possibilities: allergic, viral conjunctivitis, iritis.... There's a good possibility that it may be inflammation of the eye though (iritis) which needs to be treated. Go see and eyemd and get it checked out. ...Read more
I am in constant pain with severe ibs amd am on mirtazapine 15mg for depression. Causes dizzy. Doc want to try gabapentin but super sensitve to meds?
Swollen cheek jaw Pain, ear sensitve started overnite, treated antibiotics thinking lymph nodes swelling, but no use. Seen dentist, xrays teeth fine, help?
Investigation: See Endodontist for 2nd opinion to rule out most probable cause, tooth infection. See PCP or ENT to rule out ear/throat infection. See Periodontist to evaluate for gum infection. If you have a tooth infection it may take 24-48 hours for antibiotic to begin controlling spread of infection. If tooth infected, the tooth will require Rx or infection will return after pills discontinued. ...Read more
3 weeks ago I had unprotected sex. Since I been having symptoms lik cramping, fatigue, headaches, sensitve breast and nipples nd backaches. Cld I be preg?
Unborn child: Some people have the common rh sensitizing antigen on their red cells and some don't; it's inherited. If dad has this and mom does not, mom can make antibodies against it (especially after the first such baby); these can cross the placenta and destroy the child's red cells, causing severe illness or death -- once very common. Rhogam at delivery usually prevents mom from getting sensitized. ...Read more
Rh D positive: Rh is a blood grouping system like ABO system. Rh is taken from rhesus monkey. There are specific proteins called antigens on rbcs. They are termed a, b, c, d, e and so on. There are many of them. It means that antigen d is present on the rbcs surface. The rh system is important in hemolytic anemia of newly born babies. Thanks. ...Read more
Confusing question: The Rh positive blood type is quite compatible with a normal life as shown by the majority of humans on the planet. Any Rh incompatibility problems between pregnant mother and her fetus will become evident during pregnancy or in the newborn period. Babies who suffer from the attack of anti-Rh antibodies see that attack end after delivery and treatment. Existing damage may persist, but not increase. ...Read more
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
A marker on Red:
Blood cells. Red cells have a number of markers/antigens on their surface and one of thise is rh facotr. Rh has many subtypes, the one most people refer to is rh d. See this site for more info.
http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/books/nbk2269/. ...Read more
Protect next child: If you are rh negative & your newborn rh positive, then you will develop antibodies against rh positive blood. If your next child is also rh positive these antibodies may cross the placenta causing a serious problem, hemolytic anemia. In that case your newborn will be very ill & may require many blood transfusions. Rh factor helps prevent you from developing these dangerous antibodies. ...Read more
Rhesus blod type (Rh: Exposure to cell surface antigens on blood cells can trigger the production of antibodies. The primary antigens that need to be matched to prevent destruction of foreign cells by transfusion reactions are the a & b antigens. In addition, antigen d should also be matched. (the "d" antigen is one of the 50 rhesus antigens found in humans. If you lack this antigen on your cells you are rh negative. ...Read more
A blood antigen: It's primary importance is in pregnancy when an Rh- mother marries an Rh+ father and the baby is also Rh+. The mother has a high likelihood of developing antibodies to the baby's blood cells in this scenario. This leads to hemolytic disease of the newborn which can be fatal to the infant. It can be prevented with RhoGam, etc. That block the antibodies. This is why pregnant mothers are tested. ...Read more
Part of blood type: The rh protein is found on red blood cells in some people (rh positive) and not in others (rh negative). It really has no health consequences either way, except when an rh (-) women has multiple children with a rh (+) man. She can develop antibodies to rh which can cause problems for 2nd child onward. This problem, however, can be safely dealt with by your ob. ...Read more
Miscarriage: The Rhogam shot, is really there to protect the next pregnancy against Rh isoimmunization (usually affects the pregnancy later on). At age 50 a miscarriage is very very common. Pregnancy success starts to decline a bit at age 32 and after 35 it declines even further. Most of the pregnancies I've had in my patients after age 48 have resulted in miscarriage. ...Read more
Lack D-antigen: "D" is a protein in a particular configuration that's present on many people's red cells, but missing on some. It's genetic, from birth. There's nothing really "negative" in any bad sense about not having it. However, folks who lack it make antibodies that destroy red cells (transfused, unborn child's) that do have it. It's a consideration in blood banking and pregnancy. ...Read more