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Soapy Massage Hong Kong
See this site for: a full list of vaccines you will need. REF: https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/destinations/traveler/none/thailand **** https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/destinations/traveler/none/hong-kong-sar ...Read more
Check CDC website :
CDC.gov Center for disease control and prevention
Health information for travelers to Thailand
What are some good dayi am a pilino holding a philippines passport.currently working in hong kong .but I want to go to dubai as a tourist.is it possibl?
Question?: Is this a medical,legal or travel question? If a medical inquiry- please re-ask and clarify question. Thanks. ...Read more
CDC.gov: Try this website... wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel/destinations/listGet a more detailed answer ›
Probably the same..: These are classified as developing counttries, and they are likely at the same level of development, so the risk is probably the same, and more than in places like the United States. They are also more readily exposed to less developed, more endemic areas, like china. ...Read more
Hi - how much does Bilateral Orchiopexy surgery cost?
I live in Hong Kong and my 10 month son needs this, but the cost is astronomical. Thanks
HI,I was scratched by my friend's pet cat 8 days ago (No blood, only left 2 pink lines). Am I at the risk of getting rabies?(I am in Hong kong)
I'm from hong kong. My daughter has oca type of albinism. We all want to get genes tested. Any free albinism gene testing available?
Got phlegm from the nose for 2 days in the morning. When i spit it out there's a small amount of blood, no cough. Btw i'm from & currently in hong kong?
Spitting out: Small amount of blood is ok due to irritation in the nasal mucosa. Colds, flu, allergies, sinus congestion can be a factor.Blowing nose hard and picking on your nose can do it too. ...Read more
Diagnosed by specialist in hong kong with chronic fatigue syndrome/fibromyalgia. Looking for doctor to prescribe marinol or cesamet. Many thanks!
Sometimes lying on my front i.E. Having a massage i get pain across the middle of my back and taking a deep breath at same time makes the pain worse?
Massage Health: Massages vary in type and intensity, but generally they are a healthy way to ease aches, soothe tight spots, improve circulation, promote relaxation, and provide therapeutic or caring touch. Care must be taken, though, to avoid massaging acute or infected wounds, swollen glands, cancerous regions, or unwilling participants. ...Read more
Certainly: About the only negative i can think of here is that you will make all the people who do not get massages every day jealous! if you have the time to spare and the money to spend, and presuming that massages help you to feel good, i can think of no good reason not to get a massage every day! ...Read more
Vigorous massage is: Prostate massage is used in clinical practice rarely to diagnose chronic bacterial prostatitis. If used to achieve an intense orgasm, it should be done carefully, as vigorous massage may result in damage to the nearby thin rectal lining, stricture of the membranous urethra, or possibly epididymitis. If a patient has acute bacterial prostatitis, vigorous massage may seed the blood with bacteria. ...Read more
Reduces Stress...: There's no scientific evidence that massage improves fertility and increases pregnancy rates. But at least one study showed that the hands-on bodywork can dial down your anxiety level. Since stress has been shown to interfere with getting pregnant, it makes sense that reducing stress through massage could — theoretically — improve your odds of conceiving. Best wishes! ...Read more