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What Are The Dangers Associated With Crack Fumes
Crack fumes: Crack is Cocaine and when heated gives off fumes. Addicts describe a distinctive smell to crack. One who worries about crack fumes is probably associating with crack users and addicts. The danger is becoming an addict. Get medical consultation if you are facing any type of addiction problems. Addictions can be fatal. ...Read more
What are the dangers of crack fumes? My 2 yr cousin lives with his parents and they smoke crack while he is in the house. Is the baby being affected
A lot!!!: Smoking crack Cocaine or even crystal meth is very very dangerous! Depending on your health you could get a heart attack, seizure or go into a psychotic rage. Also these drugs are extremely addicitive and hard to stop. There is nothing good about this drug stay far far away! If you don't believe me go to youtube and watch time lapse video of people getting worse appearence and health with time. ...Read more
If this only happened once don't worry about it.
Tha tsaid, make sure you don't crack avocado pits ...Read more
Probably: I do not recommend cracking your back, or having manipulative treatments, particularly after a spinal fusion. A fusion permanently stiffens the segment (s) where there was pain generating pathology. There is always the possibility of a breakdown in the integrity of the adjacent spinal segments, and such techniques would cause more stress at these areas of future risk. ...Read more
Its been 2 months that I tore a muscle in my shoulder from a hit on the floor, got a bit better but it cracks in a weird way. Is the crack dangerous?
Possibly: Male fell on shoulder 2 months ago has "weird cracks" with motion. Common causes: crepitations arising from a subluxing acromioclavicular joint or levator scapulae tendon impinging superior scapula spine. Shoulder X-Rays with & without weights are useful. Most soft tissue disorders are radiolucent & non-discoverable by imaging studies. Osteopaths are trained in soft tissue diagnosis. ...Read more
I have a cracked popcorn ceiling in my room. If it contains asbestos Is this dangerous? Or would the asbestos level be too low to cause serious harm?
Have it tested: To determine whether your ceiling contains asbestos, scrape a small sample from the corner of your ceiling and send it to an accredited lab for asbestos testing or pick up a home test kit. If it does contain asbestos, it is safest to have it removed by a professional. Best not to take chances with asbestos. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read more
Is it dangerous when sometimes I move my head and my neck cracks. It feels horrible like is deep inside and leave me side neck muscles pain?
Depends: If you injury muscles, ligaments or tendons, it will cause problem but usually it does not cause problems. However, it's wise not to do that. ...Read more
Cracked filling: The cracked filling needs attention. You should not ignore this because your tooth will decay. The amalgam itself it not a problem and will not cause you harm. See a dentist asap, and get the tooth treated. Good luck. ...Read more
Definitely no: Amalgam is a safe and durable choice. Most research finds no relationship between fillings and symptoms of mercury poisoning or other side effects. Eventually, any cavity if not treated, can lead to pain, infection, root canal and even tooth loss. See your dentist for evaluation, x-rays and treatment. ...Read more
Is it dangerous to have high prolactin levels caused by risperdal? I know it causes low bone density. Can my bones crack? Will taking calcium help this problem? If yes how much calcium? Thank you
Mostly yes.: There is a connection between high Prolactin levels and Osteoporosis, or low bone density which puts one at risk for fractures. Calcium can help protect your bones but first, stop the Risperdal if possible. Calcium replacement is therapeutic at 1500 mg. Daily, or depending on your Calcium level. Vit D levels should also be done and Vit. D replacement is done accordingly. ...Read more
Have cad stent lad. Cracked tooth need rootcanal infected tooth. Need to wait due to cost. Dangerous for heart? Is procedure dangerous? On 81mg asp.
See a dentist ASAP: The tooth pain won't go away without treatment and the infection may spread to your jaw, cheeks, sinus and to other areas of your head and neck. You can use Tylenol (acetaminophen) for pain control. The maximum ibuprofen dose for adults is 800 mg per dose or 3200 mg per day. See a dentist ASAP for assessment and treatment options.. ...Read more
Need help for a dual diagnosed person. My husband is bipolar and is addicted to alcohol and crack cocaine. He has medicare and federal blue cross and blue shield. He is danger to himself and family. I baker acted him numerous times but his psychiatrist ge
In the state of florida, the marchman act addresses getting help for individuals with serious problems with substance abuse, who are not open to treatment. This law can help families through the courts to get loved ones into court ordered and court monitored "intervention assessment stabilization, or detoxification, and long-term treatment". A family member can petition the court.
Under the baker act, which is specific for psychiatric conditions, even if he has known psychiatric diagnoses, his doctor can only detain him against his will for a brief period unless there is court intervention and he is deemed to be at imminent risk to self or others.
I suggest you obtain legal advice. Additionally, do not remain in the home iwith your spouse if you are afraid that you or your son are in danger. You can ask the police who intervened for local contact information regarding domestic violence advocacy. If is important that a safety plan be developed. "knights of kindness" lists a number of florida resources that may be beneficial. ...Read more
Mom is coughing 2wks, her chest X Ray is ok but she has many cracked blood vessels in the eye, no infection in it. Can it be from coughing. Dangerous?
Yes: Coughing can cause surface blood vessels to leak. It should resolve in 7 days. If not, see your eye physician ...Read more
Crack: Crack Cocaine is the freebase form of Cocaine that can be smoked. It may also be termed rock, hard, iron, cavvy, base, or just crack; it is the most addictive form of cocaine. Crack rocks offer a short but intense high to smokers. Crack appeared primarily in impoverished inner-city neighborhoods in new york, los angeles, and miami in late 1984 and 1985. ...Read more
Crack is a highly addicting substance that ravages the body and ruins your mind. If you are using crack or know someone that is, then getting them to admit the addiction and get professional help through the doctor or through a rehab center can be life saving.
Get help asap! ...Read more
Ok: This is ok and you are doing your own spinal manipulation like cracking your knuckles. You are most likely "cracking" your facet joints which stretches their joint coverings or capsules which causes a reflex relaxation of the surrounding back muscles giving you relief. There is no harm in you doing this. ...Read more
Back cracks: Back crack itself is a normal. However, people with osteoporosis or prolonged sitting in one position or those lack of exercise might have more tendency of back cracks without pain at beginning. You need take vitamin d and calcium, participate muscle strength exercise to prevent pain occur. ...Read more
No pain, no problem: Cracking of your joints including the neck/back has not been shown to have any ill effect as long as in doing so it is not causing you any pain. Lifting weight basically pulls on the muscles of your neck and that can cause cracking--quite common. If you have significant pain/stiffness that is adversely affecting your life/work/sleep etc...Consult your doc for an evaluation. Good luck. ...Read more
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It could help?: "cracking" your back is not so bad at all if you are a young and healthy individual. The concern tends to be that there are some risks associated, such as fracture, sprain, strain, etc. These risks are very low when an adjustment ("cracking") is performed by a skilled professional (eg: doctor of chiropractic), but when performed by yourself, or by another unskilled person, the risks increase. ...Read more
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