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Doctor insights on: What's Incubated

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For how long is e-coli incubated in your body?

For how long is e-coli incubated in your body?

Unclear question: We all normally have e-coli in our large intestine and it is a beneficial part of the intestinal flora. Read more

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If some has had a stroke & were incubated what does that mean?

If some has had a stroke & were incubated what does that mean?

Intubated?: Not sure what incubated would mean with regard to a stroke. However, if a stroke patient was having difficulty maintaining his or her airway, there might be a need for intubation to help with breathing. Read more

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Read online, rabies can be incubated for years before dying. 5 mon. From now marks 4 years since I got bit by a stray cat. I'm worried. True or not?

Read online, rabies can be incubated for years before dying. 5 mon. From now marks 4 years since I got bit by a stray cat. I'm worried. True or not?

True: The incubation period in humans averages 4 to 6 weeks but ranges from 5 days to more than a year. Incubation periods of up to 6 years have been confirmed. It would be prudent to check with local health dept. Read more

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What does it mean when someone has a blood clot on their brain & incubated after a stroke?

What does it mean when someone has a blood clot on their brain & incubated after a stroke?

Not good news: There is bleeding and clot in the brain will lead to major problems and will need all kind of care. Prognosis in my experience is not good Read more

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What is a normal oxygen saturation levels in incubated patients with pectus excavatum?

What is a normal oxygen saturation levels in incubated patients with pectus excavatum?

Normal: I believe you are talking about newborns with a pectus who is on the ventilator. If this is the case, the saturation should be normal 99%, unless there is something else affecting the oxygenation level. Read more

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What's the best way to solve my ed?

What's the best way to solve my ed?

See a specialist: Ed can result from a vartiety of causes. Most are physical, few are emotional. Most can be treated with a variety of treatments. Also important is the fact that ed can be a sign of other medical problems including hormonal imbalances and heart disease. Seeing a specialist can help determine the cause and start ou on your way back to good erections. Read more

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What's are natural ways to cure ed.? How much time it will take for the recovery?

What's are natural ways to cure ed.? How much time it will take for the recovery?

Well, first off you: Need to have an idea of what is causing the erectile dysfunction before you determine what the fix is. I see you have depression which is sometimes a cause for ed. Some psychiatric medications can also cause ed. However, first you need to have a urological work up to assess for medical causes. Take care. Read more

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Can ED be reversed?

Can ED be reversed?

Maybe: Depends on cause. If you've had a nerve injury, ED can be treated but not reversed. Vascular and ED from low testosterone can often be reversed with medical management and lifestyle changes. Read more

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What is the cure of e.D.

What is the cure of e.D.

It depends: Upon the cause. There are many possible mental and physical causes. Things that can help are relaxation, avoidance of toxins such as alcohol/tobacco/anabolics/opiates and certain medications, diet/exercise and weight loss, making sure hormonal levels are normal, etc. Check w/your doctor. At your age, stress and anxiety are most common. Read more

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What is physiological ed?

What is physiological ed?

ED Causes: Erectile dysfunction (ed) effects men at varying times, degrees and ages. Many diseases can result in ed (diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, blood vessel blockage). Smoking worsens these problems. These are physiologic causes.
Thyroid dysfunction, low testosterone and liver problems are rarer causes.
Testing, including cardiac where needed, can determine why. Read more

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What's signs of a mini stoke?

Same as stroke: Any sign of stroke is am emergency. The signs of stroke can be remembered by the acronym fast. F-facial droop; a- arm drift when extended directly forward; s - speech that is abnormal or slurred; t- time is of the essence so of you see the signs above call 911 immediately. A mini-stroke (or tia) has the same symptoms but they resolve. No one should stay home to figure this out, get help asap. Read more

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Yohimby pros and Cons for ED?

Yohimby pros and Cons for ED?

More cons than: Pro's. While there is some loose evidence for it's use in erectile dysfunction, it's not great and compared to alternative therapies out there why chance it. It can cause palpitations, arrhythmia's (abnormal heart rhythms), kidney failure, seizures, may make symptoms from an enlarged prostate worse, cause psychosis, increase your blood pressure and other things. Again more con's than pro's. Read more

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What's is solution for snoaring?

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What's is solution for snoaring?

Depends: It depends on the root cause. It may be fixed just by position. If you have collapsing nasal passages, breathe-right strips may help. If it is the soft tissue in your neck and you are having sleep apnea, then you need CPAP or bipap. Read more

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What's the paleolithic lifestyle?

Paleolithic life-: Style reflects the life of paleolithic (stone age) forager- hunters. Diet incorporates meats, fish, fruits, nuts ; vegetables w attempts to avoid junk foods ; grains. Frequent, varied exercise, use of complex natural body movements, exposure to sun, time w nature, simplifying life, adequate sleep, stress-free periods ; close social groups for are just some aspects of a paleo lifestyle. Read more

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What's the symptoms of gallatone?

What's the symptoms of gallatone?

Pain with fat: Most common symptom is pain in the right side of the stomach underneath the right breast/rib cage area that gets worse when u eat fatty food. Sometimes accompanied by nausea or vomiting. Read more

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What's a good apetite suppressant?

What's a good apetite suppressant?

Phenteramine: Fastin, (phentermine) generic name phenteramine, has withstood the test of time...And is fda approved for short term usage as a appetite suppressant in the United States. It is available on prescription in all states, comes in 15 mg. 30 mg. And 37.5 mg strengths, and can be quite effective. Hypertension is a contraindication to usage of this medication. Read more

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What's the benefits of strawberry?

What's the benefits of strawberry?

Many: Red, juicy, delicious strawberries are one of the healthiest fruits to include in your diet. Strawberries are chockfull of antioxidants and other essential nutrients that can flavorfully help you reduce your risk of cancer, heart disease, inflammatory diseases, and birth defects as well as manage your weight. Read more

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What's the cause of a pnuemothorax?

What's the cause of a pnuemothorax?

Pneumothorax: Blunt or penetrating chest injuries can result in pneumothoracies. Underlying lung disease like emphysema (COPD), cystic fibrosis or pneumonia. Blebs that rupture ("air blisters" that can develop on the tops of lungs) can also cause this trauma. Mechanical ventilation while in and of itself life saving can cause pressure differences in the lung causing the rupture as well. Read more

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