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What Is The Latest Buzz About Xenoestrogens
Xenoestrogens: They are not good for you if there are not intended to treat( like ethynilestradiol) most chemical compounds introduced by chemical synthesis contains xenoestrogens and there is hard medical evidence that are harmfull to the body disrupting natural cycle. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Change over time: The psa is most useful in screening by watching it over the course of years. An accelerated change can indicate disease. Even so, biopsies are unpleasant and numerous treatment options exist. Get at least 2 opinions and know that many urologists have a vested interest in the treatment option(s) they suggest. It is fair to ask too! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is this schizophrenia if somebody keeps talking about the government, I mean all the time, really?
Paranoid Delusions?: Paranoid delusions are often seen as a symptom in schizophrenia. A person talking non-stop about the government may just be exercising their first amendment right. This is a good example where a single symptom does not define a disorder or make a diagnosis. You may be annoyed by this individual, but there are other necessary details required before we can diagnose schizophrenia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am little offtrack,can you please tell me what is the meaning and purpose of LIVING a human life.I only see materialism & lust in the society.
Human growth hormone, what's the truth behind hgh? Are there really injections for that, if so what are results /consequences of the injections?
GH deficiency: Hgh is available, but should only be used for gh deficiency, and only in youth. Trials with gh in adults have not proven any real functional benefit. If you are a 19 yo woman, you should be making lots of gh still, and should not need any more. Too much gh can stimulate "growth" where you don't want it, eg tumors. ...Read more
I read that paxil is NOS inhibitor. what that means?what are the advantages and disadvantages of this effect?
Too technical but...: 2010 paper says “preclinical studies have demonstrated that inhibition of NOS produces anxiolytic and antidepressant-like behavioral effects in a variety of ANIMAL...The studies are primarily acute studies, and there is a great need for examination of the chronic effects...There are several HUMAN studies indicating an important role of elevated NO in the pathogenesis of affective disorders and..." ...Read more
Often useful: Though not always. There are anti-episiotomy militants online; I've looked at their stuff and it's emotional and inflammatory rather than scientific. When you hear a routine medical procedure that often prevents a woman being lacerated from her vagina to her anus described by activists as "violence" by wicked physicians, you know this is a personal agenda rather than real science. ...Read more
What's the difference between natural hormones and synthetic hormones in treating menopause symptoms? There is so much information about the different kinds of hormone therapy for menopause that it's confusing to me. Is there a difference between natural
NO!: The estrogen receptors in your body cannot distinguish between the two, therefore the response is the same. Be careful regarding "natural" hormones, particularly if they are compounded at a pharmacy since you do not know what you are really taking. There was a large recall from a compounding pharmacy today for progesterone, so this can really happen. Your body will not know the difference. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Im sorry to ask that question, what i mean to say is the weight of my daughter is 5.9 kilos and what is the maximum of phenobarbital for her?
Please tell what is the name of Lybrel and Seasonale in India,,,because i am not able to find the medicine,,or what is the alternative??
Definition stem cell: All humans first start as a fertilized ovum, which is totipotent ("potential to become every cell"). After several days, it grows into an embryo, comprised of embryonic stem cells. Embryonic stem cells are still very unspecialized, and are described as being pluripotent ("potential to become a wide variety of cells"). Adult stem cells are multipotent ("a limited potential for differentiation"}. ...Read more
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Lately there's been people talking about mollies in songs, or on tv.. What exactly type of drug is this?
MDMA: The term "molly" or "mandy" colloquially refers to mdma in powder or crystalline form. 3, 4-methylenedioxymethamphetamine (mdma [ie, ecstasy, xtc, adam, e, x, clarity, stacy]) is an amphetamine derivative that has gained significant popularity in recent years and has become the recreational drug of choice for many adolescents and young adults. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Doing nothing: If you are doing nothing to stay fit, get healthy, vegetating, then you are "dying in place". ...Read more
Can anyone explain me in brief about binaural beats. How this phenomenon is produced and what are its benefits?
The benefits are: brain sync; that is, the two hemispheres begin to oscillate at more and more of the same frequencies, usually starting in the occipital region (back of the brain) and "marching" forward to the frontal lobes (just behind and above the eves). This produces a subjective feeling of calm, controlled serenity--things long-term meditators experience. Very good for anxiety disorders... ...Read more
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Diet Frauds: Nope. It is another in a long line of 'mystical' products for sale that allegedly produce healthy weight loss. It is a lie and i would advise you to avoid spending any of your precious dollars on this false promise. And, please stop looking for weight loss miracles when the way to lose weight is right in front of you. Changing your diet and eating less calories and exercising! ...Read more
What is the best progesterone medicine right now? What is ur feelings on all natural herbs and oils for menopause?
OK: Neutering is a term used to remove the testicles in a male feline or male canine. (cat or dog) Done to prevent mating unwanted animals. We do not remove testicles in men unless they are cancerous. Or unless they want sex conversion therapy. Testicles make testosterone as well as sperm manufacturing center. We usually do not neuter men. ...Read more
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