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Is waxed floss preferable to Oral B's super floss?

Is waxed floss preferable to Oral B's super floss?

Glide easiest to use: What ever your preference, just make sure that you are using the dental floss correctly and at least two times daily. The easiest dental floss to use is Glide. ...Read more

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Do dentists really prefer oral b? If so why?

Do dentists really prefer oral b? If so why?

Of course: Oral B models are highly recommended by dentists from all over the world. Many clinical studies have proven superiority of Oral B electric toothbrushes over other brands. ...Read more

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Can a dr. Tell if you are using oral lavatives?

Can a dr. Tell if you are using oral lavatives?

Oral Laxatives: My frist and sincere response to this question is to remember that you should not keep secrets from your doctor. If you need to keep secrets you may need to find a new physician or to discuss openly with him or her why you feel a need to keep secrets. My other response is knowing that some people think taking laxatives is a way to lose weight. This is a false and dangerous belief. It is not true. ...Read more

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I s oral sex ok?

I s oral sex ok?

Yes: ... Unless most other species of mammals are doing something profoundly wrong. Do remember the risk of some sexually transmitted diseases (famously syphilis and gonorrhea) is very high with oral sex. And you are crazy to have any kind of sex leading to ejaculation with a woman you do not know very well -- nowadays you may be tricked into becoming a father. ...Read more

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Why do you take oral anesthetics?

Why do you take oral anesthetics?

I dunno!: You need to be a little bit more specific with your question. However, most people take them due to baby's teething issues, denture sore spots, or relief from canker sores. But why do you take oral anesthetics? I dunno! ...Read more

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What are the effects of oral sex ?

What are the effects of oral sex ?

STDs but low risk: The only ill effects of unprotected oral sex are STDs. However, the STD risk is low -- not completely risk free, but safer than vaginal or anal sex. Still, if you have oral sex at your age, consider condoms; and have STD checkups from time to time. Also, keep condoms handy to prevent STDs and pregnancy. Once into oral sex, it's often very hard to avoid temptation for intercourse. Be prepared! ...Read more

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For oral and rectal temperatures, what are the normal ranges?

For oral and rectal temperatures, what are the normal ranges?

See included link.: The normal oral temperature in 98.6 degrees farenheit or 37 degrees centigrade. Rectal temperatures. Rectal temperatures are 0.5 (0.3 c) to 1 degree f (0.6 c)higher. Refer to the following link. http://www.webmd.com/parenting/rectal-ear-oral-and-axillary-temperature-comparison. ...Read more

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I think i may have oral gonnorhea. What are the obvious symptoms?

I think i may have oral gonnorhea. What are the obvious symptoms?

Subtle: The symptoms of oral gonorrhea include sore throat, difficulty swallowing & redness of the throat. Many have no symptoms at all. If someone has been exposed to gonorrhea, they should be tested (throat culture & genital culture), be treated & have a test of cure. ...Read more

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Is an oral steroid a pill?

Is an oral steroid a pill?

Yes: You already answered your own question. It is oral. It comes as a pill. ...Read more