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When will my nausea go away?

When will my nausea go away?

14 weeks: For most women nausea goes away after the first trimester, usually around 12-15 weeks. Some women have nausea longer, but it is rare to have nausea the entire pregnancy. ...Read more

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Dr. Stephen Noga
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Nausea (Definition)

Nausea = abdominal upset ...Read more


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When will my ascites go away?

When will my ascites go away?

Need to know Cause: Ascites can be caused from several things, so you can't get an answer on this without helping us know the source of the problem. ...Read more

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When will my vertigo go away?

When will my vertigo go away?

Depends on the cause: There are many causes of vertigo, some are reversible and others are not. ...Read more

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When will my ageusia go away?

When will my ageusia go away?

Unknown: It may fade with time but it could also get worse. It all depends on the underlying cause and what is exacerbating the condition. ...Read more

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When will redness from my sunburn go away?

When will redness from my sunburn go away?

Variable: It usually takes a matter of days however sometimes the redness can be permanent if the burn was severe. ...Read more

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After a cut on head i feel ok but when will the pain go away?

After a cut on head i feel ok but when will the pain go away?

unpredictable: Talk to your doctor about medication for nerve pain like Elavil or Neurontin or lyrica (pregabalin). It can last several months or longer. ...Read more

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Sharp pain In stomach, sometimes I go to the bathroom, pain will not go away?

Sharp pain In stomach, sometimes I go to the bathroom, pain will not go away?

Need evaluation: If you are having new onset of abdominal pain and even though you have a bowel movement it does not go away you need evaluation as soon as possible. There are multiple possible reasons for symptoms and without any other information it is difficult to tell what is causing this problem. If the pain is intense you should go to the ED, if not that severe then schedule visit with your PCP ASAP. ...Read more

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Every time I lay down to go to sleep, my arms and hands go numb. I turn to help relieve it some, but the numbness doesn't go away until I stand up. ?

Every time I lay down to go to sleep, my arms and hands go numb.  I turn to help relieve it some, but the numbness doesn't go away until I stand up. ?

Nerve compression: Your symptoms are suggestive of a nerve entrapment problem;most commonly the median nerve @your wrists(carpal tunnel syndrome) or your ulnar nerve @your elbows(cubital tunnel syndrome).See your PCP or orthopedic surgeon for examination and definitive diagnosis.Best of Luck! ...Read more

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When will my dizzyness go away after my wisdom tooth surgery?

When will my dizzyness go away after my wisdom tooth surgery?

Few days: The dizziness may be related to the general anesthesia or sedation drugs. In addition, you may have dizziness from the pain medication you are taking. Don't drive if you are dizzy. Your symptoms should go away a few days after surgery, or when you stop your pain medication. ...Read more

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Why does my tibia hurt in the morning and after i get up the pain starts to go away?

Why does my tibia hurt in the morning and after i get up the pain starts to go away?

Check it out: B"sd not sure - stress fracture would hurt more when you walk as would tendon insertion inflamation (enthesopathy). Physicain may want to assess for bone cyst, tumor or Pagets disease - probably with imaging - eg Xray, CT/MRI, bone scan and maybe some blood tests - eg alkaline phosphatase, bone breakdown marker. ...Read more

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When will my stomach after birth go back to normal?

When will my stomach after birth go back to normal?

Depends: You mean your abdominal girth? It depends upon how much weight you gained during pregnancy, # of pregnancies, your genetics, and other things like a healthy diet and appropriate exercise. At your age you should do better than older females because of good skin elasticity. You should do well within several months, all things considered. ...Read more

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Will my bad breath go away when I get my tonsils removed?

Will my bad breath go away when I get my tonsils removed?

Possibly: Bad breath is caused by a number of different conditions...If your tonsils are "infected" they may contribute to bad breath. ...Read more

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How can I make the pain go away in my lower back?

How can I make the pain go away in my lower back?

Depends on cause: Low back pain can come from many sources, some of them musculoskeletal, some internal. A reasonable place to start would be standard xrays, and a urinalysis. Depending on the results from the above, further diagnostics, including a MRI of your lumbar spine may be required to fully evaluate the cause. Treatment could range from physical therapy to surgical intervention depending of the etiology. ...Read more

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Do braces really hurt when you first get them? The pain will go away after a while right?

Yes: There is some discomfort when you start (i would not describe as pain, as it is not sharp), but some discomfort is to be expected. Yes, it goes away in a couple of days. I suggest some ibruprophin for a couple of days and then you'll be fine. ...Read more

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How long till my double vision goes away? How can I make it go away?

How long till my double vision goes away? How can I make it go away?

See an eye doctor: Double vision requires an eye doctor evaluation to determine the cause, course, and possible treatment (as some causes can be serious). Please see an eye doctor sooner rather than later. ...Read more

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If I start nursing right away, when will my period come back?

If I start nursing right away, when will my period come back?

No: No, it is not possible to predict when a breastfeeding woman's periods will return. Mostly likely, it will be a few months. Also, continuing to breastfeed may delay the return of periods even longer. Remember, a woman can get pregnant on the first ovulation after delivery, and then deliver her next baby, without ever getting a period between the first and second babies! ...Read more

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