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Several: Often times the first symptom of menopause is fatigue or feeling excessively tired. Other common signs include irregular or missed menstrual cycles which may be lighter than usual. Hot flashes, difficulty sleeping as well as poor or reduced libido and vaginal dryness are also signs you may be approaching menopause. ...Read more
Help? I have recently gained some weight since I don't do anything in the winter and I was wondering hat the best way to lose the weight would be?
Lose weight: Eat less and exercise more. Get the myfitnesspal app and use it to get to your goal. Good luck and see p us posted. ...Read more
Still in testing: It is a general feeling that there is molecular damage in the body from breakdown products of oxygen termed "free-radicals". These are highly reactive chemicals which might cause aging and other damage. Anti oxidants reduce this risk by binding and chemically neutralizing these free radicals. However no good testing has proven this; experiments are being run however. ...Read more
No def: There is no cutoff for head size. It's a continuum. ...Read more
Rectal pain relief: Docusate (per pdr) helps moisten & soften hard, dry stools. It is not a true laxative, but facilitates natural defecation, usually within 12 to 72 hours. This is safe & available for anyone over 2, & assumes normal GI anatomy without inflammation, stenosis, extrinsic or instrinsic obstruction. Change in bowels is a "red flag", like weight loss or blood in stool, that needs evaluation if persistent. ...Read more
I wore a a fully dressed lumber jack hard hat for 8 yrs and had trouble with my neck. Could the added 5-6lbs have done any damage?
Is wearing SPF 30+ enough protection? Do I really need a hat everyday or is that only recommended? Will fluorescent lights also cause flare-ups?
What condition?: If you mean Polymorphic Light Eruption, then you will need to avoid exposure to lights which trigger your problem. SPF 30 is sufficient for partial sun protection but should be applied about 45 mins prior to exposure and every 2 hrs thereafter when exposed to the sun. Wearing a hat with wide brim is always a good idea. I still don't know whether you have lupus or something else. ...Read more
Sir my husband has a doubt on me he is asking a medical certificate hat I have not committed mistake related to sex, is any any test regarding this.
There is no test to prove that you have had sex in the past. Even a physical exam cannot be certain.
Tell your husband that this physician recommends he start trusting you if he wants to have a good marriage.
A GOOD man will honor and respect a woman. A man who cannot, does not deserve to have a wife. ...Read more
Had a brown spot on my parting, which has now gone but just realised I have never worn a hat in the sun when gone on lots of very hot foreign holidays?
Anthrax: One can get anthrax from inhaling anthrax spores. Is there any reason to think you have been exposed to a terrorist attack? ...Read more
Tension headache: See your primary care doctor if symptoms persists. ...Read more
Hats & hair loss: There are dozens of very different answers to this question (listed at https://www. Google. Com/search? Q=do+hats+make+hair+fall+out&rls=com. Microsoft:en-us&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&startindex=&startpage=1), but with little science. For hats to make hair fall out, either the hair has to be already brittle and ready to fall out, or the hat has to be excesively (uncomfortably) tight. In general, this is myth. ...Read more
Depends: Newborns have a greater portion of their body mass & surface in their head than older kids & can loose a greater amount of body heat from exposed surfaces. If it is cold outside it is reasonable to cover the head. If it is hot, it is important not to cover up so the baby can perspire & self regulate their temperature. If u feel a wetness behind the neck, baby is getting a bit too hot. ...Read more
The face and scalp: Are very vascular and as such are a source of heat loss. This is more important in newborns as the scalp makes up a larger percentage of body surface area than in the adult and is a larger source of body heat loss. Put the lid on the kid...So to speak. ...Read more
Celiac sprue, diet: Lack of iron is due to lack of intake, increased loss (gross or occult bleeding- usually gastrointestinal (gi), less often urinary), or poor absorption-usually celiac sprue. Less often other GI causes. See your doc. Screening for celiac is simple blood testing. Diet diary. May need GI workup to rule out other problems, such as fragile blood vessels, tumors, parasites, or cancers. ...Read more
Head swelling: The only part of his head that could swell is the scalp as the skull, being of bone, shouldn't swell and the brain's swelling can only be inside the skull. Scalp swelling can occur from inflammation, hair growth or fluid retention. These would be most unusual events, however. For further evaluation have him examined by a physician. ...Read more
Checkup: Have your physician do a complete exam to rule out any metabolic issues. ...Read more
When I get out of bed sometimes, I'm stiff especially in my Achilles area, w hat can I do to change that?
Heavy chest pain occurred during other night... Am fine after that till today. Hat could be the cause of it?
Does a newborn have to wear a hat to regulate body temp? If so how long? First 6 weeks? Longer? Only outside or at all times, incl inside?
Baby hats: Placing a hat on a newborn doesn't truly regulate body temperature in the physiologic sense but does help prevent excessive heat loss. The surface area of a baby had is relatively large. During cold weather, it would be wise to use a hat for at least several months. ...Read more
Just took 4 tylanol nd didn't know that they were extra strength. They each had 500mg acetaminophan. I weigh 205lbs. W hat danger am I in. L?
No Concern!: As long as you are an otherwise healthy individual there is no concern. Be very careful to read the labels on all medications. Have a great day! ...Read more
I find it increasingly difficult to exercise. Is it true that the body can become resistant to adrenaline? What is it a hat can be done to reverse it
Variety: The body does not become resistant to "adrenaline" however, thecan get "used to" a workout with the same routine seemingly producing less results. Maybe time to mix it up. Interval training is a great way to energize your workout without requiring significantly more time. Consider walk/jog program for beginner or speed work/ hill repeats for experienced. Spice up routine with a new class. ...Read more
I just finish cutting my font yard. I felt funny so I checked my BP it was 96/57. Was just wondering if hat was normal. My pulse was 74 is that norma?
Little low: A little on the low side, but not dangerous. I'd continue to check BP periodically and give those numbers to your doctor for evaluation ...Read more
Go see your doctor: It's always a good idea to follow up w/your doc but especially if treatment/procedure/medication didn't help. Your inability to bear weight & walk may be a complication of shot or it may be coincidental. Only way to find out is to go back for re-evaluation. If you can't wait, hospital er is another option. If it's truly arthritis, physical therapy is an option. Failing that, consider hip replaceme. ...Read more