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Waterbed (Overview)

A water bed is a mattress filled with water.


Waterbed (Overview)

A water bed is a mattress filled with water.


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Is it safe to sleep on a waterbed while pregnant? I'm 21 weeks and someone just told me it's dangerous

Is it safe to sleep on a waterbed while pregnant? I'm 21 weeks and someone just told me it's dangerous

Safe: There is no risk to being pregnant in a water bed. There is no risk to the waviness,position etc to the fetus. Now after birth I would never put a newborn or infant in a water bed I would be concerned about rollovers and risk of airway breathing problems with the baby body and head/neck shifting ...Read more

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Can ED be reversed?

Can ED be reversed?

Maybe: Depends on cause. If you've had a nerve injury, ED can be treated but not reversed. Vascular and ED from low testosterone can often be reversed with medical management and lifestyle changes. ...Read more

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What is the cure of e.D.

What is the cure of e.D.

It depends: Upon the cause. There are many possible mental and physical causes. Things that can help are relaxation, avoidance of toxins such as alcohol/tobacco/anabolics/opiates and certain medications, diet/exercise and weight loss, making sure hormonal levels are normal, etc. Check w/your doctor. At your age, stress and anxiety are most common. ...Read more

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What is physiological ed?

What is physiological ed?

ED Causes: Erectile dysfunction(ed) effects men at varying times, degrees and ages.Many diseases can result in ed(diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, blood vessel blockage). Smoking worsens these problems. These are physiologic causes. Thyroid dysfunction, low testosterone and liver problems are rarer causes. Testing, including cardiac where needed, can determine why. ...Read more

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Yohimby pros and Cons for ED?

Yohimby pros and Cons for ED?

More cons than: Pro's. While there is some loose evidence for it's use in erectile dysfunction, it's not great and compared to alternative therapies out there why chance it. It can cause palpitations, arrhythmia's(abnormal heart rhythms), kidney failure, seizures, may make symptoms from an enlarged prostate worse, cause psychosis, increase your blood pressure and other things. Again more con's than pro's. ...Read more

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Ed and ssri - help me?

Ed and ssri - help me?

Depends on "ED": If you are using ed to mean "erectile dysfunction": the ssri's can cause ed as a side-effect in between 5-50% of men - depending on the agent involved; the ed usually resolves when the ssri is stopped; also, there are meds which can be taken to reduce the ed. If you are referring to "eating disorder": ssri's are often used in the treatment of anorexia and bulimia. ...Read more

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Can surgery correct ed?

Can surgery correct ed?

No, but...: Everything we do in life / medicine is just to modify something for working better, but always comes with a price. Any surgical care is considered as the last resort of care after failing to respond to drug, physical therapy, lifestyle change, injection, etc. So, ed-related surgery may be penile implant, penile straightening for peyronie's disease, just like hip/knee replacement for djd... ...Read more

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Is there a cure for ed?

Is there a cure for ed?

Usually yes: First you need to find out why the ed is happening. Stress, anxiety, insomnia, low testosterone, diabetes, hypertension, etc all can contribute. Depending on the cause, your doc can help you fix the problem. Ask for help. If your family doc can't help you, then ask for a referral. ...Read more