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What Is A Chelater And How Often Do You Use It
Remove heavy metals: Chelation uses chemicals to bind heavy metals in the blood and remove them. It definitely has a role to treat a rare blood disease (thalassemia), a rare copper metabolic problem (wilson's disease) and accidental exposure to toxic metals. There is experimental work with diabetes that is largelly unproven. Beware of nonphysicians that are pushing chelation for many different ailments. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What does Betnovate do?? Is it to remove blemishes / pigmentations? Is it harmful? And how long should I use it for and when not to use??
What to do if i frequently do not go often and heard it is good to do a thorough colon cleanse regularly to get the old stool out what is the best way to do this?
How do I know exactly what does your BMI indicate, and is it something to use as a guideline to weightloss?
Helpful: Bmi is body mass index, a calculation based on height and weight. If it is over 30, you are considered medically obese. Achieving weight loss so that it is under 30 is a reasonable goal, and much easier to accomplish than getting to a normal bmi (under 25). From a medical point of view, most of the benefit of weight loss occurs by getting it under 30. ...Read more
What is loraapam and what does it do to the brain, is it a common sedative for surgery etc or is another better. ?
Enema: I am not familiar with a "to n fro enema", and I am wondering who recommended it. If a doctor recommended it, then they or their staff should explain what to do. If it it something you are trying on your own, I would encourage you to not do it. If you are doing it for a specific reason, then please submit a question with what you are experiencing and we would be happy to help you. ...Read more
Can you tell me what it's like to have atrial fibrillation and how often do you get a bout of it and how long does it stay also how?
Patient specific: There is a lot of variation of symptoms of atrial fibrillation and its pattern. Symptoms: fatigue, loss of "get up and go", shortness of breath with exertion, palpitations, fluttering feeling, lightheaded or dizzy. It can last from seconds or minutes to days and some people are constantly in it (persistent atrial fibrillation). Paroxysmal af can occur daily to yearly. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it safe to use yogurt and a tampon to cure a yeast infection? And if so how long and much should I use it properly
I have no: Earthly idea. Please report back if it is the least bit helpful. ...Read more
What is it like to have oxygen or ozone therapy can you tell me what exactly they are and how effective it is?
Can you tell me healthy to use alcohol as a means of releasing stress. And yes exercise is the best way to do it. But what kind?
Lipotropic Injection: Read===>http://www.Livestrong.Com/article/76285-overthecounter-cold-medicines/ for an easy to understand guide to im and sub-q techniques. Remember, that these injections are designed to be administered by a doctor or nurse, but with proper training, you can take them at home. You can use them once or twice a week. Their use is still controversial, so be advised their use is at your own risk. ...Read more
It doesn't: I wouldn't think of a detox or cleanse as a way to lose weight in a healthy way. The 'detox' uses the idea that your body is full of toxins when in fact your organs are responsible for eliminating extraneous substances. If you go on any deprivation diet, you will probably lose a little weight, just because you are restricting calories. It is very likely you will regain this weight. ...Read more
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