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What Exactly Happens After A Child Dies On The Scene Due To Natural Causes
Bleed on brain ..2nd stroke 3weeks after the first , is that a normal thing to happen? What happens while in induced coma?
After any international flight whether outgoing or incoming, a boil grows on the body. What causes this? How can it be prevented?
Hair & hygiene: Most people shave then get on a long international flight where one can be seated for 12+ hours, with transfers /delays adding hours to a trip where gate to gate travel with luggage can be physically demanding and a sweaty endeavor. With oily pores plugged with debris, and a hair follicles becoming ingrown from constant pressure by clothing while seated, the conditions favor boil formation. ...Read more
Will need watching: If a cataract is removed in a baby, either a lens implant is placed during surgery, or contact lenses and/or glasses are prescribed afterwards. It is difficult to accurately predict the exact prescription needed in infants because their eyes may continue to grow, causing a change in their prescription. Regardless of which method is used, close follow-up is needed to avoid losing vision over time. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My child is in the third month. What happens to the child now in this time, what action does or can do?
Development: Please clarify if this is 3rd month in utero or third month as an infant. ...Read more
What is the best way to fight sudden fatigness during the day or when it happens on prolonged period of time?
Get moving: Take a break from what you are doing and move around. Switching activities can also help. Make sure you are eating healthy as poor diet can affect energy levels. Exercise regularly, this will help you have more energy. Make sure you are in a healthy weight range. Being over or under weight can affect daytime fatigue. Keep a consistent sleep schedule even on your days off. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When a adolescent head injury victim wakes up from a coma what is the first course of action the doctor will take? How is the situation handled?
No one thing: There is not one "first thing" a doctor would do since decisions are related to the specific illness or injury causing the coma & associated problems. In general as someone improves from critical illness, physicians will began to withdraw therapies no longer needed such as a ventilator, or an intracranial pressure monitor, continue to treat ongoing problems like infection, start rehab and monitor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My child is in the third month infant. What happens to the child now in this time, what action does or can do?
3 month old baby: Your 3 month old baby should be more fun now - ready smile, cooing or making sounds/noises, tracking you with his eyes.Perhaps also starting to reach for objects in front of him or even laugh. You can actually make a conversation with him just by putting your face close to his and start making noise on your own. Start talking to him in real words - this will make him more intelligent. Have fun. ...Read more
My child is in the fourth month infant. What happens to the child now in this time, what action does or can do?
My child is in the six month infant. What happens to the child now in this time, what action does or can do?
The following: Baby may be starting to sit up alone by six months.Our 6-month-old can probably roll from his back to his stomach and vice versa. Some babies can propel themselves around the floor using this rolling method. ...Read more
What is the exact-name for the blood test before marriage? Whats the name that when I go to the hospital to tell them? How long ? How accurate is it?
Varies by state: Each state has its own rules and requirements. Most states do not require a blood tests. See the site below and check with your state office. http://usmarriagelaws.com/search/united_states/blood_test_requirements/index.shtml. ...Read more
Not clear: The actual changes in the brain after a concussion are not properly understood. After concussion, post-concussive syndrome (pcs) can be from mild to severe. It can include a range of symptoms including (but not limited to) headaches, dizziness, nausea, poor concentration, irritability, anxiety, noise or light sensitivity, depression, fatigue, sleep problems, memory problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm a masochist who is chocked(not long enough to die)and has her breasts squeezed HARD during sex. What is the worst thing that can happen from this?
Sexual masochism: ...falls under the psychiatric sexual disorders category of paraphilias. Pertinent to your case, a particularly dangerous method is hypoxyphilia (near-asphyxiation) caused by reducing oxygen level in the brain. This results in the accidental death of one or two per million people per year. Recommend the following link: www.psychologytoday.com/conditions/sexual-masochism ...Read more
Sent to laboratory.: When a tumor is removed it is sent to pathology for study. Docs (pathologists) in the lab will dissect the tumor and make microscope slides to view the make up of the tumor and decide from what type of cell(s) it is derived. The pathologist will give a diagnosis (benign versus malignant) and type of the tumor. They can help establish if the tumor has spread and if it was completely excised. ...Read more
Could you tell me what happens after a person has a stroke and she is in the hospital in the icu?
Depends: First, the decision is made whether the person is a candidate for clot-busting medicine via serial physical exams, brain ct scans, etc., usually in the er. Once in the icu, vital signs, especially bp, are stabilized. Depending on the size of the stroke, the patient may need ventilator support, at least temporarily. Etiology is sought and treated, if found, to prevent recurrence. Rehab is begun. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hieee my mom is 50 years old.Most of the time she panic why it could happened to her most of the situations?
It's learned: While it's possible that she has panic disorder, it is also possible that her behavior reflects a personality pattern or habit of responding in an anxious or agitated way. If she has an anxiety disorder she could get treatment for it. Also, with therapy she could learn more effective (and more comfortable) ways of perceiving and responding to situations. Maybe she could talk to a doctor about it. ...Read more
Could you tell me what happens when there is no sperm to act on in case of emergency contraceptives?
I don't understand what causes a blockage in the appendix; how is it that feces gets into malt? How is it "connected" to the cecum for that to occur?
Blind pouch: Appendix is a blind pouch with an opening but no exit. Items can get trapped inside but may not exit and become infected. ...Read more
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