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Suresite Window Medication
No it can not: Dating back many years has been the myth of catching a chill. Most infections are viral or bacterial and can be spread by touching/contact or by airborne routes. Exposure to air from an open window will not make you ill. ...Read more
Yes: Yes you should be. If question, talk with your doctor. ...Read more
Im alergic to the outdoors can I open the windows? So its important to open the windows sometimes how can I do that?
Just prepare: If allergic to outdoor allergens (pollen, mold), when exposed you likely will have to deal with symptoms of allergy. A variety of over the counter medications are available to help you deal with the consequences. However, one can choose to be immunized with allergy shots if it is important to function outdoors (law enforcement, landscaper, builder) without need for medication and side effects. ...Read more
Can e.P.T test be wrong it shows a thin line for positive big line for negativ and control.Window. I have tons of symptoms?
I seen a reflection on my dads tv of the windows because of the sun and now i feel like i keep seeing it in my vision? Why is this?
I have a constant need for fresh air, open windows, doors, not always practical when in cars, planes, theatres. How can I treat this?
Fresh Air: Fresh air is excellent for keeping us healthy. Some folks, however, have an anxiety disorder that leads them to believe that they are not getting enough fresh air. If that is the case for you it is treatable with the help of a clinical psychologist. "hope and help for your nerves" is a good book to use for some self-help also. ...Read more
My boy is4 m old and my flat is very small so i placed his bed in the front room but there is no place but in in front of z window.1m distance. Okay?
Babys and Mothers: I am not sure what you are worried about. But, this sounds like what many mothers and father's have to deal with when they are starting a family. My babies slept in dresser drawers and we made toys out of boxes. There should be nothing to be concerned about. Babies are resilient. ...Read more
I know someone that is very sensitive with the air especially any fans or windows open in the car that is directed on them. What could be the problem?
Friend smokes on the porch I open the upstairs window with a fan in the window, blowing outwards Will it come near the upstairs window and be harmful?
Smoke with airflow: Smoke with airflow is not very harmful. One cigarette outside the window with you above with an open window, is more annoying them harmful. Hope this helps. Good luck. ...Read more
Ovulation timing: The optimal time for conception (fertility) is 48 hours prior to and up to the day of ovulation. Therefore, start having intercourse a couple of days prior to when you actually ovulate and have intercourse every other day for a total of five times to help ensure sperm are there when you ovulate. ...Read more
Fertility "window": Get an ovulation kit at a drugstore, and start testing at about day 12 (if your cycle is 28-32 days). Once you are familiar with when you ovulate based on that test, you should tell your partner to abstain for a week prior to ovulation, and have sex every other day . Eggs can be fertilized for about four days, and sperm lives for the same length of time, so pregnancy is possible for about a week. ...Read more
UV,Car Windows &Skin: Ultraviolet has 2 major classifications of wavelengths: Ultraviolet A and B. UV B causes burns basal cell and squamous skin cancer and is blocked by glass. However UV A passed through and causes tanning, premature aging/wrinkling of the skin and increases the risk of developing Melanoma. Bottom line: use sunscreen whether car windows are up or not. ...Read moreSee 6 more doctor answers
..: I assume this is from a chest xray report. This is really a nonspecific statement. It could be superimposition of normal structures or represent a mass or lymphadenopathy. This could be followed with another chest xray, or examined with a ct with contrast, at your doctor's discretion. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yeah, why?: Yes, sure - if you have proper ventilation. Why wouldn't it? ...Read more
Im indoors most parts if the day but sunlight do shine through the windows. Is apply one pea size of SPF 50 enough for the whole day?
?Question: If you are not out in the sun, spf is not critical. When you are out in the sun, i believe more than a pea-size amount of sunscreen would suffice to provide you with adequate protection. Apply the sunscreen to all areas or exposed skin to achieve maximum benefit and read the label regarding the need to re-apply. Best wishes. ...Read more
Should i be tested again after a 4th generation (11 weeks), rapid (12 weeks), rapid (13,5 weeks) all negative? What about 6 month window?
HIV testing: Here is what all the experts say in the U.S. Test every three months if you have ongoing sexual or drug use activity. Do not obsess about a past exposure. You have a fourth generation test negative. I have already told you that you do not have HIV. Why are you asking again? If you don't believe us here why use health tap? ...Read more
Hi. just lately i have been seeing things that are not right. for example,i seen my cat fall out a window,also other things that arnt real?
Hallucinations are: a signal that you may need diagnosis and supportive treatment. Start w/seeing your family doc. He/she may refer you to a specialist if deemed helpful. Peace and good health. ...Read more
It is warm this year so fleas are out early. I don't have cat medicine yet. If he gets fleas from sitting in window, can we get them from him?
Stop fleas: Get the oral (by mouth) flea preventive from your vet. ...Read more
Sleep hrs recom? I'm trying to find out from what window is a good amt. of hrs to aim for optimal sleep health. Not under sleep nor over, Ty Dr!
7 to 8 hrs: is what I recommend to my patients, however no two people are the same, and sometimes our "sleep needs" can change as we age. 7-8 hrs is generally believed to be the average time needed for a good night's rest. During your period you may need a little more sleep than usual also, and that is normal. Pleasant dreams! ...Read more