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Just cleaning my ears with qtip and my left ear has some blood. No other symtoms though. No health insurance. Just moved from seattle to hawaii a week ago. Ive been swimming in the ocean alot. Also quite a few insect bites.
Blood: It is possible the Q tip may have caused trauma to your ear canal or eardrum. If the bleeding continues or sounds are muffled in that ear, be seen at a clinic, some provide care at minimal cost. Keep the ear canal dry until you are better. All the best and avoid Q tips. ...Read more
Timing: allergic responses to medication are fairly common but determining particular symptoms are caused by taking a drug is difficult. the most useful sign is when the symptoms are new or unusual and occur closely in time to starting or increasing a dose. rashes especially hives often indicate allergy. severe allergy may cause swelling in throat, mouth or lips and can be life threatening - ask your MD ...Read more
How long does it take to recover from chronic TE when the underlying cause is cured? How long till you notice anything?
See below: A concussion is also called a Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. Most of the symptoms appear do to a temporary dysfunction of the brain rather than a structural change. Although now it's recognized that some structural changes can take place. Most recover quickly or over several months. Repeated concussions can lead to Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy which is a progressive disease and is incurable . ...Read more
Probably not: If you are strongly color deficient ( such as deuteranopia) you cannot pass the Ishihara test. If you have weaker deficiency such as deuteranomaly, you will see the richer color plates but may miss some of the subtle plates. If you have color deficiency , and want to enter an occupation requiring color normality, you should respect that standard as someone thought it meaningful. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Overweight: Many potential risks from being overweight. Start by going online and seek articles related to obesity. Some articles may be above your understanding but there will be plenty for you to understand and put into use. Don't get it after rereading? Unlikely, but if so please see a dietitian. Your doctor will refer you. Let me know how it turns out. ...Read more
Clinical diagnosis: Generally speaking the diagnosis of gynecomastia is a clinical one made on the basis of a physical examination. However tests to support the findings and evaluate for a cause may include blood tests or diagnostic imaging to evaluate thyroid, liver kidney, testicular, pituitary, or the prostate. Hormone levels and drugs may also be assessed to look for other causes. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers