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5yo kid slightly overweight, weight 24 kg, height 120 cm. recently joined to dance classes, doing simple yoga, aerobics dance at home, will it help?
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Asst. Professor in Engineering college and on study leave for PhD. @35. Low health. No child. 1 miscarriage. Long cycle. Hectic life.want safe planing?
Healthy, sharp, active till 90, isch cva. Fell, fracture pelvis at 92/ weak thigh shaking limb. Rapid cog decline and hearing sounds not there 6mo out?
Boy 9mo actual, 6.5mo adjusted asymmetric IUGR. Sitting independent, good balance, hates tummy time, won't roll. Rolled only handful of times. Help!
Discuss with babydoc: There is more going on here than can be posed in the space provided. The best resource for help is the pediatrician that has been regularly seeing your child. Discuss with them your concerns. They know your baby's history and they also have knowledge of available resources in your general area. They will be able to assess your baby's development and offer appropriate referrals necessary. ...Read more
Hi there. Is vinyasa yoga more appropriate before after an intense cardio workout? (Wrestling, Mauy Thai, Jui Jitsu)
Warm up vs cool down: Active warm up is ideal prior to intense workouts. Depending upon how aggressive your yoga routine is, it might serve as warm up. With that said, cooling down is also a good idea after intense exercise too. Bottom line, there's no proof that any specific exercise routine is better than another for warm up or cool down, aside from general statements. ...Read more
Yoga is good: What are your goals? If you are worried about your bone density, then would focus on weight bearing exercise. Yoga is a good exercise in general and definitely activates the muscles as well so would be good for you. Would also consider adding in some light weighttraining as well. ...Read more
My 8.5wk ultrasound found a 6x4.5x 4.2cm ovarian cyst. Please explicitly list safe exercises. Stair walking? Slow elliptical w/ high resistance?
What did your OB doc: Say , your OB doc should have explain that in detail to you already so call him or her today ! so they can instruct you, if you were my pt i would say no exercise other than slow walking and no intercourse until you get a followup us in 2-3 weeks tomake sure the cyst is resolving, if it would rupture hopefully not, you could lose the pregnancy, you will have plenty of time later to exercise. ...Read more
I am in Rhythm with AF and on Flecainide. Is moderate exercise dangerous eg Dancing, Yoga, Pilates, Long walks etc.
See details: Ask your cardiologist not someone who has no access to your medical records and cannot examine you. ...Read more
Any docs familiar w dance exercise zumba? Wondering what dance moves I should refrain from in class while pregnant. Just entered 2nd tri.
No inversions: I think most of the moves are okay, just refrain from any inversions. ...Read more
What can cause lumbar degenerative disc disease? Had no trauma, exercise 4-5 x/week (aerobics), don't smoke, healthy weight, eat well, no family hx
Non-native French speaker here: reading my 5 month-old books in French won't negatively affect or slow her language development will it?
Bilingualism does: not cause receptive or expressive delays. A typical child may learn one language more rapidly & may mix words from each. Age 0-5 is optimal for learning a language's phonemes, or smallest units of sound, so (s)he can learn incorrect phonemes with prolonged exposure. Mixed/expressive language disorder, Autistic Spectrum Disorder or Global Developmental Delays require that one language be taught. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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Im22 physically n mentally active, wrkout, train martialarts, folow a healthy diet. Recently i hav trouble holding a boner/lasting long. Any idea why?
Erections & Brains: Given your age this is most likely a temporary condition and it can be made worse by your thinking, worrying about your erections. Erections are a complex combination of physical stimulation and mental stimulation with the brain being more than 50% responsible. Any worry or fatigue or stress can make getting an erection or maintaining an erection more difficult. Give it time. Stop worrying! ...Read more
I am a writer, need medical insight. Scene: youth suffers punctured lung, barbed hook on ship at sea. No modern medicine; none trained. Best response?
What available: Alternatives are to enlarge hole in chest wall to create an open pneumothorax and prevent tension from trapped air, or to create valve type mechanism with some type of tube and flutter valve or water submersion of tube to allow air out of chest cavity but not allow it back in through tube. ...Read more
I'm 52. Can't sleep. Chronic. Severe. Know homeopathy, stretches, athletics, tea, vits, mins. Essential oils. Omega 3s, potassium, some ch med. bad sc?
Many treatments: There are many treatments to insomnia. I would start with a sleep hygiene. Pick one time to sleep and stick with it every night. The room should be dark, and cool. The bed is only for sleeping and not watching TV, computer etc. No meals 2 hours before bedtime. No stimulants (coffee, dark tea, chocolate). This this does not work there are sleep studies. Recently the FDA cleared suvorexant ...Read more
Blood flow: By increasing blood flow to the brain and thereby increasing oxygenation and metabolism, memeory can improve. I would also add that there may be benefit from improved mood and overall increased vitality. The other benefit is that as you increase exercise, you are more engaged and less bored, this improves memory as well. There are probably other reasons such as hormones, etc but those r basics. ...Read more
My 22yr old gf hd TB meningitis a year back, now she can go upstairs and downstairs wid no major support but walking straight is an issue. Maybe bcoz weakness nd fear, can Ampyra (dalfampridine) help her in walking?
I don't know: Here in the States, Ampyra (dalfampridine) is approved only to improve ambulation in patients with multiple sclerosis. You simply can't prescribe it for any other indication. I would have to review the literature to see whether it has actually been studied for any other condition. Perhaps one of my Indian colleagues can address this. ...Read more