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What Are The Chanse Of Geting Tenus
Please understand...: That the current trend in obstetrics (according to my colleagues) is not to do surgical episiotomies, as there is a great deal of evidence that healing is better if the posterior birth canal is allowed to tear naturally. However, this tearing often requires repair with sutures by the obstetrician. You will be given pain medication either with or without an episiotomy. Ask your doctor! ...Read more
Electromechanical: Bit tough to know what you're asking, but simply the heart is a mechanical organ with two pumps in series, one pumping blood to the lungs for oxygenation, the other pumping oxygenated blood to the rest of the body. The trigger for the pumping is a complex electrical system at multiple levels with pacemakers and conduction "wires" causing rhythmic contractions. Diseases can affect both components. ...Read more
What is the likelihood of stress affecting my period? And what are the chances of getting pregnant from pre-ejaculation?
Here are some...: Stress-related period irregularity has been not infrequently discussed, but this odd may widely vary among people due to their different personal tolerance and resilience to cope with stress. As to pre-cum induced pregnancy, it is almost next to zero. But still do HPT in a wk after missing period & repeat it in another wk if the first is (-) & still in doubt for no contraceptive is 100% success. ...Read more
Transplant: read this: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heart_transplantation For an individual there are many variables ...Read more
Unknown.: Breast cancer is a much more tricky than that. The prognosis is determined by a host of factors which include the histologic type of tumor and invasion. The way the cells look, the specific markers found on the cell surface, the presence of genetic mutations, the size of the tumor, the presence of lymph nodes, etc. Talk with your doc about your prognostic factors. ...Read more
Myelitis: "myelitis" is inflammation of the spinal cord, one type being transverse myelitis where several spinal cord segments are involved by viruses/lupus/etc. "polycystic" refers to multiple cysts in a structure. My research revealed no reference to polycystic myelitis. There is transverse myelitis; there are polycystic ovaries & kidneys. Please provide more info. Where did you learn this term? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Anyone: It is possible for anyone who is sexually active to contract syphilis and to pass it on to other sexual partners. There is no particular "type" of person who has syphilis. This is why it is important to practice safe sex and to know the infection status of your potential partners before sexual contact. ...Read more
What is simpson golabi behmel syndrome and what aré pros and cons of having it or of being the carrier of it?
Good question: Hi, This is a good question and not so simple to answer. I've heard different statistics for the risk of developing cancer in a persons lifetime that ranges somewhere between 25% to 50%. Recent research I've seen lists this risk around 38% to 40%. This is for all cancers and over a lifetime. There are many different types of cancers. A close family member having it may increase your risk. ...Read more
Bruising, bleeding: People with itp may be at an increased risk of bruising or bleeding, depending on the platelet count and other factors, such as medications. If needed, itp can be treated with steroids or other medications. In some instances, removing the spleen (splenectomy) may be recommended. If you are to require surgery, the surgeon should be made aware of this condition. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not uncommon: There are estimated to be 400,000 cases in USA, but I think figure is far higher. The incidence in my home state of Colorado is considered to be about 1/500-1/545, and prior statistics were about 1/900, so disease seems to be more often diagnosed these days. ...Read more
What are the percentages of carrying a baby that is attacked to your ovary or abdomal wall? What are the chances of survival of the baby?
Less than 1%: Abdominal or extra-uterine pregnancies are fairly rare ...Read more
Unlikely: Osteosarcomas or Ewing's sarcoma or even synovial sarcomas are rare diseases. There are genetic predispositions to these diseases, but the bone sarcomas commonly occur around the knee or the shoulder, but it doesn't have to be. I'd see a physician if this is giving you pain or other symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Varied Sx: Common symptoms are persistent headaches which are progressively getting worse. Nausea and vomiting is also fairly common and accompanies the headaches. Seizures are not uncommon. Any of these symptoms alone or together would raise this possibility in my mind. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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