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Safe Phone Near Head
Acetaminophen best: Any NSAID like aspirin, ibuprofen, Naproxen has the potential to cause or exacerbate tinnitus but not typically in the standard doses. If you need something stronger, then see a doctor to discuss the multitude of other analgesics that can be prescribed for headache, as well as better diagnosing and fully treating the problem. ...Read more
Perhaps...: This may be due to different things in different people. Possibly due to decreased blood flow to the ears in some after exercising. Others may have a phenomenon known as Eustachian Tube Dysfunction causing sensation of fullness due to pressure changes brought about with exercise. While nothing can be done about the first, for the 2nd, trying holding nose and gently blowing to clear your ears. ...Read more
Is it bad to put a cell phone to your head if it is searching for coverage or there is no service?
What are safe methods to avoid flat head syndrome? Is it true that firm mattress and back only is the only way to go?
If my phone slipped from a very small distance and hit my 2 month old in the side of the head (not near ss or temple) should I be worried?
Depends: This is a commonly used disinfectant.I routinely use it for preparing skin for suturing on almost any body surface. I make an effort to remove any residual betadine after the procedure.Leaving it on is thought to increase risk of sensitizing the skin to the product making future use likely to cause a rash. ...Read more
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