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What Does It Mean To Die Of Natural Causes What Happens
Usually unexplained: To die of natural causes usually implies that no artificial cause, accident, homicide, etc, or that no obvious disease process was the cause of death. Usually in this case, the deceased may have died at home or outside of the medical system and no other obvious cause is identified. Most likely death is due to a fatal abnormal heart rhythm. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Here are some ...: Pre-cum, based on what could be conjectured, is meant to prepare an favorable alkaline environ along the urethra for sperms to pass through and as well, provide physiological lubrication of the introitus for smoother vaginal penetration. It naturally excrets from bulbourethral glands (Cowper's glands) upon sex arousal. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Endorphin shock can someone explain to me the symptoms of this and what it truly means how does it happen?
Some relief with act: Very complex question and hard to answer. The body has endorphins or endogenous morphines released by the pituitary gland in the brain and act as neurotransmitters in our bodies. These can be release from the brain with exercise, excitement, pain, eating spicy food, and sexual activity. These can cause the endorphin shock. There is still some discussion on this and is complex but short reply ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It is complicated: Alcohol is a central nervous system depressant. As the alcohol enters your blood stream, the part of your brain that controls social interactions is suppressed and you may feel giddy and more talkative. As the process continues with further drinking, other more critical brain functions become supressed which eventually can lead to unconsciousness and suspension of respirations and death. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is chronic bronchitis?
What are the signs of this
what happens when this particular malfuntion starts in the body
what does it do tothe body?
Diabetes = HighSugar: When healthy, we control blood glucose with great precision. The mechanisms are complex, only partially understood & involve multiple hormones: insulin, amylin, glucagon, adrenalin, noradrenalin, growth hormone, resistin, etc. If we no longer do a good job & allow glucose to go high enough, this failure, after bad enough, is called diabetes mellitus, type 1 or type 2. Dietary sugar aggravates. ...Read more
What exactly is malaria? What are some of the symptoms, how does it happen, and how can it be cured?
Caused by an : Organism that is injected into the body from a mosquito bite. The major effect is recurrent high fevers with drenching sweats. ...Read more
What exactly happens when you get toxic shock syndrome? I know the symptoms but what is happening in your body? How do tampons cause it?
Vascular collapse: Bacteria grow in the vagina around the tampon that has been left in place for a period of time. The "toxic" byproducts of that growth get into the bloodstream through the vagina and release pyrogens(fever agents) in turn those toxins act on the capillaries and arterial endotheliums(cell walls) to turn them into "sieves" causing extravasation of the blood contained in the vessels and "shock". ...Read more
Many systems fail: Pneumonia, usually due to bacteria, but some viruses, causes failure of many organs, toxemia usually applies to pregnancy complications, not always associated with pneumonia. To answer your question properly, you need to define your question, whether it refers to pregnancy, or patients very ill with pneumonia who are not pregnant. And die from life threatening pneumonia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What does it mean when the doctor says you have inflammation of the bowels and what causes it to occur?
Inflammatory: condition of the intestines, contrasted with infectious condition, is usually Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis. Other inflammatory conditions are rare. Causes are unknown in most cases. Treatment consists of anti-inflammatory meds, sometimes even steroids, and avoiding certain foods. Ask for a referral to a GI specialist if your symptoms persist. ...Read more
Why & how does PCOS happen? What is the cause of it? How to cure it if possible? Is it dangerous? Does it cause cancer or any other disease?
See Below...: PCOS is caused by higher insulin levels and is frequently related to elevated weight. It can be treated in many cases by normalizing body weight. There are hormones related to insulin that prevent the ovary from processing hormones correctly. This causes cysts to form on the ovary and increases male hormone concentration. It doesn't cause cancer but can lead to diabetes and heart disease. ...Read more
A hole in your lung : Put your fist in a slightly inflated balloon. Your fist is your lung. The balloon represents the lung lining both inner and outer. The space inside is where a small amount of fluid lives. When the outer balloon is punctured by something (broken rib, ect), air pushes down onto your lung, and your lung 'drops'. We place a little tube into that space to re-inflate your lung, allowing healing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Organ failure : Typically speaking patients advanced ages but die of a specific organ failure. Before the days of advanced diagnostic testing specific cause of death may not have been known but now it is typically either heart failure, heart attack, respiratory failure or kidney failure. ...Read more
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