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Signs Of Actively Dying
No: The average adult requires 8 hours of sleep a day. You are lucky to be able to get the amount of sleep your body actually needs . It sounds like you function very well and it is a very healy sign! congratulations on a healthy lifestyle ...Read moreGet help now ›
I see some of my local doctors on healthtap, but looks like they aren't really active. Do they sign up themselves,? Or does Healthtap just add names?
Can't remember: We sign ourselves up for sure, but how I heard about it, I can't remember. I have spells where I do Healthtap a lot and spells when I don't. You could always ask them yourself. We are all motivated in different ways, so my reasons for doing it and being active will be different than others. Hope that helps. ...Read moreGet help now ›
My daughter is 17 months old. She did not gain any weight or height in the last 4 months. She is eating fine and is very active, so there are no other signs. What could be the problem?
Nothing: At that age, children don't gain weight and height as much as during the first 6 months of age, so you don't really have to measure her that often. So you can wait until your 18 month visit with the pediatrician and he/she will show you the growth curve that will demonstrate that she is doing fine. ...Read moreGet help now ›
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My 10 month old dtr appears to be unable to actively extend her 2nd digit at the DIP jt. I am able to passively extend it fully. There is no signs of trauma or injury. What could this be?
See pediatrician: Was there past trauma, bruising, swelling of the digit? An avulsion fracture with separation of the extensor digitorum from its insertion on the distal phalanx can happen from a blow to the tip of the finger such as from catching a ball. Please take your baby to the pediatrician for an evaluation and referral ASAP. I am assuming this is a new problem. ...Read moreGet help now ›
Variable: Pheochromocytomas produce Adrenalin like hormones: increased bp, anxiety, palpitations, etc. Conn disease: increased BP and weakness from low potassium, cushing: weight gain, hypertension, diabetes, bruising, hair growth. ...Read moreGet help now ›
We suspect that our daughter has osgood schattler diesase. Has all the signs. She is an active gymnasts. Ways to treat pain or how to proceed.
Pain Control: Findings of Osgood-Schlatter is tenderness of the soft tissue or bony prominence of the tibial tubercle. Or extending the knee against resistance, stressing quadriceps or squatting with knee in full flexion. Therapy includes control of pain and swelling by ice pack, NSAIDS 3 to 4 days and wearing protective pad. Activity continuation.Consult sport specialist if pain persistent more than 3 months. ...Read moreGet help now ›
Withdrawal bleed on 19th aug but still no signs of period ? Active sex with partner but still waiting for period
Late period: It is unclear what your concern is exactly. But you should likely take a urine pregnancy test to rule out pregnancy. If you have a history of irregular menses then you should work more closely with your doctor either for cycle regulation or fertility concern or for contraception, whichever is your healthcare goal. ...Read moreGet help now ›
Not necessarily: Activity is not necessarily a sign of healthy weight gain, though it is certainly more reassuring for appropriate development. Your doctor will measure the height of your fundus at each visit, which is an indication of the baby's weight gain. You should have regular activity daily during the third trimester and if you have concerns do not hesitate to contact your provider. ...Read moreGet help now ›
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