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What Are The Benefits Of Spanish Moss
Itch: Cant be specific but if itch and it is general, why take it. Something isn't right and why subject yourself to un necessary side effects, as didn't state why want take it. If there are side effects quit! ...Read more
Find a common: Tie in the foods you react to. Realize allergic reactions stem from exposure to a substance in food that activates your immune system. If it's a style of food look to a common spice or other food stuff. If you really have an allergy, then you need to avoid it. An "allergy" to water is very uncommon. If you're really worried, see an allergist for more formal skin or blood testing. ...Read more
Hello im a spanish boy that weights 62 kg and I'm 1.70 meters tall. I think there in u.S.An it's almost the same bt could I start doing gym exercise?
Yes: Do it in graded way and have trainer or a cach. ...Read more
Butoconaole: Same in Spanish. Chemistry is a universal language. ...Read more
This part of: HealthTap is totally free. Ask your question in a few sentences and more than likely one or more doctors will get back to you. Please use English if possible. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Enfermedad de Fabry:
Fabry's disease es una enfermedad genética la cual afecta el cromosoma X. Afects a los varones solamente tenemos un cromosoma X. Para que una mujer pueda tener síntomas ella (ulipristal acetate) recibiría dos cromosomas X de ambos padres afectados por la falta de un encimo llamado galactosidasa- alpha. Puedes obtener mas informacion en este sitio.
http://www.genzyme.com.ar/thera/fz/gzla_p_tp_thera-fabrysigns.aspes ...Read more
Spanish Flu: The spanish flu is the name given to an influenza pandemic that occurred in 1918 in which 25 million people died within the first 25 weeks. It is spread in the same manner that influenza is spread today. Some avoided the virus. Others hydrated and rested. There were no flu shots or antiviral medications at that time. ...Read more
Food restriction: American academy of pediatrics have lifted prior recommendations regarding food restrictions in infants. It was thought that restricting certain foods till a baby's immune system was more mature (after 1-2 yrs) would reduce the risk of food allergies. This has not been proven. You may offer these spices, however keep in mind that an infant's taste is much less developed and seasoning is not needed. ...Read more
Ask: Write your question in spanish and see what happens. ...Read more
Finding a doctor :
In general there are several sources to help you find a psychiatrist with specific qualifications.
Websites for medical centers, insurance company panels and local medical societies often allow you to narrow your search for language; areas of expertise;insurance; etc
In addition, many clinics and large group practices and even national medical groups now have the same capability. Good luck. ...Read more
If I will constantly talk with my 1month old son in another language for example russian or spanish will his first wordswill be in a language he heard?
Might well be: It is good to use all your language skills. In the first years the brain is fantastically impressionable and he could grow up multilingual. Because of your question, I presume that you live in U.S. And please don't forget that english is the primary language. ...Read more
Spanish services: HealthTap is accessible from anywhere in the world where there is internet access or cellular access. As of now (2017) a person who is using HealthTap and has his interface set to Spanish language, can get free informational answers written by some Spanish-speaking doctors on HealthTap. The user first needs to set his HealthTap page to Spanish, BEFORE asking his free brief question. ...Read more
How do I learn medical spanish? I am going for plastic surgery and want to be able to answer their question.
See below: Just a general simple knowledge of some basic conversational spanish would be nice & respectful. It would be difficult on very short notice to learn detailed medical spanish. It is likely that where you go there will already be medical providers with excellent english skills. Allergies, medications, medical history is important to know. Maybe you can bring copies of your medical reports and tests. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
My dr said my spine is too straight which is causing my muscles to work harder. What is this called? He told me in Spanish but I can't recall.
I have a pain in between my chest and shoulder that only when I move it sends a sharp pain. In Spanish, we usually say we caught air howdo I get rid of?
If the pain gets worse with movement and,if you press certain point on the chest/rib area and is tender then it is due to inflammation of the cartilage. Anti Inflammatory medicine like Advil/Aleve may help you.
If you have cough, fever or Heart condition please seek the doctor's advise. ...Read more
I want the muscle tone and build of a man such as Enrique Iglesias the Spanish singer. Is that possible for a girl to achieve?
Why?: If you are a girl?Get a more detailed answer ›
How trankimazin (which is a spanish medication) should be taken orally under mouth or swallow it?
Xanax (alprazolam) in US: If it is a tablet, it should be swallowed. If it is a wafer, it should be placed under the tongue to allow it to dissolve it should tell you on the prescription bottle. If you are still not sure, call your doctor or pharmacist. ...Read more