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Side Stitch While Drinking
Top wisdom tooth pulled. Only one tooth. No stitches. How long before I can drink from straw and return to normal diet and chewing on that side?
Post op instructions: I am surprised that your surgeon did not discuss anything with you before you left their office. A few days after the extraction you should be fine for normal activity. If concerned, contact your treating dentist. ...Read more
I have pain under my ribs on the right side. Feels like a stitch or cramp but has been for a couple days now. My urine is also dark yellow even though I am drinking water.?
My father fell while drinking and now has an open wound, about an inch open. It is not bleeding that much, but it looks like it need stitches. What should we do?
See your doctor: He will be able to decide how to repair the wound. Check your tetanus status. ...Read more
I removed my wisdom tooth on the 11th, removing the stitches on 18th and am thinking of drinking alcohol on the 15th. Is it safe?
Post-op instructions: It's always best to ask the dentist who is treating you and responsible for your aftercare. You should have been give oral and\or written instructions. We don't know your age, medical history, medications taken, general health nor difficulty of surgical procedure. ...Read more
2 lower jaw dry sockets. 1 was packed & repacked & the other was packed once. DDS took out dressing & stitches. When can I drink through straw?
24 to 48 hours: The idea for not spitting and not drinking from a straw is basically for the first 24 to 48 hours after the extraction. At that point the blood cloth is formed and it's not a crucial factor anymore. ...Read more
I just had my stitches removed from tooth extraction. Thank god. So the question is can I drink alcohol again?
Can I drink through a straw two weeks after top two wisdom teeth extraction (no stitches)? I am terrified of getting dry socket or causing any damage
You are past the danger of dry socket and an return to normal eating and drinking. Call the extracting dentist if you have any questions, or concerns since they know your circumstances.
I just got 3 top front teeth extracted 3 days ago. The dentist put stitches. Can I eat soft food and drink water without the denture? .
I had to go to ER to get stitches on my finger they gave me clindamycin they giving me bad stomach pains what should I do? I drink and eat with them.
Certo: Certo, which contains pectin, can cause diarrhea if you drink too much. ...Read more
Flank pain: There is a scenario in which there is obstruction to urinary flow at the junction of kidney outflow to the urine tube (ureteropelvic junction). This is dynamic obstruction and when there is increased urine flow, like after drinking beer, the obstruction becomes prominent and cause flank pain. This one of the many possibilities. Kindly get evaluated by a doctor. ...Read more
I have been getting very sharp pains in my left side. And IV been drinking a lot of water. What could this be?
Exam: Never ignore left lower abdominal pain. I would advise immediate examination and testing. ...Read more
I mainly drink pop such as Mountain Dew (favorite), Coke and Pepsi. Here recently I have been hurting in my lower sides. Any suggestions?
Gas?: Soda shouldn't cause this pain unless it's from gas. Stop the soda for a few days and see if the pains stop ...Read more
Everytime I drink no matter what it is hot or cold I am getting pain in my upper left side of the back when I get this it last for about 20mins?
Consultation advised: Pain of gastric origin can be referred (felt in) the left upper back and lower posterior chest. It's not possible to speculate on the cause without more information from you. An online consultation at Health Tap may be helpful. VIDEO OR VOICE ONLY WOULD BE BEST. In box Text next best. (Be available to reply to questions). A text/chat is too slow and the least desirable http://bit. Ly/1OiIRcI ...Read more
Moderation: Too much or too little of anything is nearly always bad. If you drink too much water without the proper electrolytes you will get water intoxication which will make you very ill. As for the other liquids, the adverse effects depend on what kind. Moderation is the key to a healthy life. ...Read more
LO Vitamin D/calcium:
In us, milk is fortified with vitamin d, so not drinking milk and cutting out milk products altogether requires vitamin d supplementation. Usual starting vitamin d dose is 400 units/day but doses up to 1000-2000 units /day can be used in vitamin d deficiency. Calcium may need supplemented also:
according to n.I.H. 1000+mg calcium/day is needed for ages 4yrs & up. ...Read more
MILK: Milk has long been associated with good health and is one of the most consumed beverages throughout the US and Europe. Unless you have an allergy to milk, there should be no major side effects of drinking it twice a day. Low fat or Skim milk may be better if you are looking to limit your fat intake. Best wishes. ...Read more
Need more info: If you are having pain with eating or drinking, some additional information regarding onset, other symptoms, etc, are needed, as well as a thorough clinical exam with possible additional studies. You should schedule an appointment with your doc. ...Read more
Not the right: Approach. Water alone accounts for maybe 10% of your weight, and drinking more than normal won't cause you to lose more. Hydration with purified spring water is important, but not the end all. You can have dilute your necessary electrolytes from overdiluting them with too much water. So, be careful! Contact your PCP to work together for a solution is best! You want your electrolytes 2B N balance. ...Read more
My main concern is that this product is sweetened with aspartame, an artificial sweetener that is toxic, creates many side effects & causes obesity! see http://articles. Mercola. Com/sites/articles/archive/2010/07/31/aspartame-update. Aspx & http://articles. Mercola. Com/sites/articles/archive/2009/10/13/artificial-sweeteners-more-dangerous-than-you-ever-imagined. Aspx
i never consume aspartame. ...Read more
See a doctor: A burning sensation on the lower right side is about as non-specific a symptom you could have. It could be one of dozens of things. You should be seeing a doctor, giving a full history and having a physical exam and possibly some imaging studies. If you are drinking too much you may wish to discuss that as well. Good luck. ...Read more
You are likely dealing with musculoskeletal (muscle) pain. Try advil (ibuprofen) or Ibuprofen and a heating pad. If that does not work then you should see your doctor for a complete work up and evaluation. You may be dealing with a urinary tract infection (uti) or a gastrointestinal (stomach) issue.
I hope you are better soon. ...Read more
Doctor should check: Vibrations during and after eating may be related to food and air moving around in the stomach and intestines. A primary care doctor can talk with the patient to get a better idea of what the sensation really feels like, how severe it is, how often it occurs, exactly when it occurs, etc..., to get a better idea of what the cause is and whether or not it is something serious. Write down symptoms. ...Read more
I feel pain at the right side of my waist anytime I take a drink containing some percent of sugar?
See your doctor: Symptoms like these are best deterimed by a thorough evaluation by your physician. Based on his/her findings, a treatment plan can be developed to help you. ...Read more
There's like a little whole in the right side of my gum its small and hurt when I drink/ eat what is it?
Need 2 B seen: Holes, lesions, break in integrity of the tissue inside the mouth can be from trauma, bacterial or viral infection, neoplasm, draining cyst/abscess, or any of dozens of other causes. Any bleeding, swelling, or (as in your case) pain should be investigated. Please call your Dentist for an examination. ...Read more
Hi I get pain on the left side of my chest when I drink cold drinks also I felt it when I ate cold yoghurt?
Got nerve: As the heart and stomach are being formed in the fetus, they are innervated by the same nerve. The Vagus As a variation of this sometimes when people eat food that is cold/ irritating to the stomach the Vagus nerve signal to the brain mixes with the nerve roots from the heart resulting in chest pain also. Reverse is also true. People having a heart attack, often have heartburn. ...Read more
My cat drinks from my water glass along side my bed at night. Can I get sick if I drink from it afterwards?
Yes: We humans have the most dangerous bite because of our germs. Animals and pets can carry infectious materials. In particular cats are know to have a higher spread of cryptococcosis, this is a specific high risk to pregnant ladies for their unborn child. In particular the task of cleaning the litter box should be left to a no pregnant individual. Enjoy your pet, but keep body fluids to their self. ...Read more
How much water am I supposed to drink everyday? And what are the side effects of not drinking enough water?
Don't worry: Unless you confine yourself to eating specially prepared dehydrated food, like the foods that astronauts and mountaineers eat, all foods have water in them. Cucumbers are 95% water. Your body will tell you when you are running dry. You won't be urinating much, your mouth will be dry and parched and will feel very thirsty! ...Read more
I have been drinking a lot lately and the right side of my love handle is hurting, is that where the kidney is?
I have been drinking small amounts of rubbing alcohol for the past few days. When will I start seeing side effects?
I was drinking last night not much, 12oz of 8% in an hour. I got this pain really bad, upper right side below ribs. What could this be?
What to do after tongue tie release? It hurts alot, when will the pain cease, and will the stitches leave themself? What drinks are ok?
Tongue tie: Unfortunately, any surgery in the mouth is going to hurt quite a bit. The pain that you have now shouldn't be as bad as after tonsillectomy, but it will hurt. Healing is usually pretty quick, usually just a few days because the frenulum is a very thin delicate membrane underneath the tongue. Stituches usually dissolve, but you might ask your surgeon. Avoid carbonation, caffeine, citrus. ...Read more
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