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Where does my apathy come from?

Where does my apathy come from?

Tough to answer: This sounds like a question where we'd really need to get to know you in a sit down type scenario. What's going on? ...Read more

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Where does cortisol come from in the body?

Where does cortisol come from in the body?

Cortisol: The best thing for you to do is to go online and look for articles about cortisol. More specifically look for articles that are easier for non-doctors to read. Any questions after you have done some reading please let me know if you have other questions. ...Read more

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Where does salmonella come from?

Where does salmonella come from?

Food of animal origi: The principal reservoirs for salmonella include poultry, livestock, reptiles, and pets. Therefore, the major vehicle of transmission is food of animal origin, such as poultry, beef, eggs, and dairy products. Contact with infected reptile, e.g., pet turtle, is another mode of transmission. ...Read more

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Where does the opium to make morphine come from now?

Where does the opium to make morphine come from now?

Not directly: These medications are typically manufactured from synthetic products. ...Read more

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Where does saliva come from ?

Where does saliva come from  ?

Saliva glands: Saliva is a complex fluid that is a lubricant, a buffering agent and anti bacterial, among its many functions. We all need lots of it. It is secreted by large glands in the cheeks and under the tongue, emptying into the mouth via large ducts, as well as by many tiny glands located throughout the mouth. ...Read more

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Where does the blood for periods come from?

Where does the blood for periods come from?

Anatomy: The uterus. Every cycle it collects nutrients and blood in preparation for pregnancy. Every cycle that you do not become pregnant this lining of the uterus is discarded and a new cycle starts. ...Read more

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Where does fluid come from in hydrocele?

Where does fluid come from in hydrocele?

Men or boys!: Adult type hydrocele (non- communicating) - fluid comes from secretion or reaction to trauma, inflammation or torsion by inner layer of tunica vaginalis surrounding testis which is or has been produced faster than it is absorbed. In boys/toddlers or infants with communicating hydrocele, fluid comes from peritoneal cavity thru the communication. ...Read more

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Where does menstrual blood come from?

Where does menstrual blood come from?

The uterus: The uterus, which is also termed the womb, is the place in which a fertilized egg implants and a fetus develops. To accomplish this it grows a blood rich lining, ready for this process each month. If no egg implants, the excess is shed as a discharge through the vagina. This keeps companies that make tampons rich, and is a signal as to whether a woman might be pregnant. ...Read more

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Where do discharges come from?

Where do discharges come from?

Everywhere: Discharge can come from anywhere. Ears, eyes, nose, wound, vaginal, etc. Most discharges are generally the liquid components of the blood which have seeped or oozed into the affected area in response to inflammation or infection. Some discharges contain cellular debris as well. ...Read more

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How can fluid get into the lungs and where does it come from?

How can fluid get into the lungs and where does it come from?

Fluid "on" the: Lungs commonly means pleural fluid, in the space between the lung and chest. In the lungs means pneumonia. List for each too long to describe. ...Read more

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Where does gut gas come from?

Where does gut gas come from?

Bacteria in gut.: Gut gas is really a byproduct of bacteria working on or breaking down ingested food that has reached the large bowel. This food has already been acted on by enzymes from the pancreas and the stomach and small intestine, so some gas might be from that, but most is due to natural bacteria in the colon. The colon also removes much of the water content and helps give the contents their smell. ...Read more

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Where does lead come from, how does it get into our system? can insects/vector transfer lead?

Where does lead come from, how does it get into our system? can insects/vector transfer lead?

Many sources: A common source is old lead paint. Others may be lead glaze, lead in water pipes etc. Insects do not transfer lead. See this site for more information. http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/lead-poisoning/basics/definition/con-20035487 ...Read more

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Where does hatred inside a family come from?

Where does hatred inside a family come from?

Tough to answer: This sounds like a question where we'd really need to get to know you in a sit down type scenario. What's going on? ...Read more

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Where does the swine toxo come from?

Where does the swine toxo come from?

From Cats to pigs: Cats are the primary hosts of toxoplasma gondii which effects animals and people.Cats shed infectective oocytes in their feces, pigs may get infected by ingesting feed or water contaminated with cat feces, or by cannabilism of infected dead pigs or by eating infected rodents etc.Pork is a source of human infection if eaten uncooked or under cooked. ...Read more

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Fluid in hydrocele where does it come from?

Fluid in hydrocele where does it come from?

Men or boys!: Adult type hydrocele (non- communicating) - fluid comes from secretion or reaction to trauma, inflammation or torsion by inner layer of tunica vaginalis surrounding testis which is or has been produced faster than it is absorbed. In boys/toddlers or infants with communicating hydrocele, fluid comes from peritoneal cavity thru the communication. ...Read more

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Where does chlamydia originate from because i cannot find any information on it recorded anywhere?

Where does chlamydia originate from because i cannot find any information on it recorded anywhere?

STD, evolved with us: Disease causing bacteria evolved with humans as we ourselves evolved. Chlamydia and other STDs adapted to the genital tract and transmission by sex. If you have chlamydia, you had sex with an infected person, who in turn had sex with another infected partner. Your sex partner(s) also need treatment. For expert care, Australia's sexual health centres probably are the world's best STD clinic system. ...Read more

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How come sperm doesn't drain out of vagina sometimes? Where does it go?

How come sperm doesn't drain out of vagina sometimes? Where does it go?

Low volume semen: Believe it or not but the average volume of semen with each ejaculate is about a tablespoon so three is not very much. Sometimes out can take a little while as well for the semen to drain. Alternatively the fluid can be absorbed by the vagina. ...Read more