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White With Blue Speak Pills
What causes your whole right side to. Hurt and be in pain all of a sudden out of the blue, still hurting as we speak?
Go see a doctor: There is no way to make this diagnosis without seeing and examining you. Go see a doctor now. This sounds serious. Hope you are better soon, . ...Read more
I wanna die and I need to know how many pills I need to overdose specifically speaking on day quil.
Get free help now: Please don't do anything while you are this upset. You should call 911 to get medical help and you can calm down and call a free hotline 24/7 with free therapists to help you at 1-800-273-TALK (8255). The most important thing for you to know is that you can feel better. Expressing suicidality means you have major depression. Do not plan to hurt yourself, realize you will get better. ...Read more
The best medication: For fear of public speaking is low-dose propanolol, by prescription only. There is no otc medication proven effective for this very common specific phobia. ...Read more
I had flu so I took medication but it made me itching. I couldnot speak and I turned blue. They gave me antiallergy. S that could happen again?
92%-95% Effective: With typical use, Birth Control pills are about 92%-97% effective. Women who frequently miss pills or take them at different times of day would have less effectiveness than women who take them correctly at the same time and never miss pills. Theoretically, the pill would be 99% effective with perfect use but how many of us are perfect? ...Read more
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Using amphetamines (1 to 2 pills/day) for a couple of month, I had recently 2 episodes of deep confusion (practicly unable to speak). Overdose?
Prevent ovulation: Birth control pills stop the brain's signal (LH) for egg release (ovulation) at the level of the ovary. Some methods are able to prevent the formation of ovarian follicles as well. Although we do not know about the exact details of how the body does it, we also know that the cervical mucous is thickened and prevents sperm entry. ...Read more
Why is it every time I swallow a pill, it felt like the pill is still stuck in my throat? I can still breath and speak but it worries me.
It also depends on: The size of the pill. If you take several large pills together you can have this sensation even if you have a normal esophagus though a stricture (narrowing) could do this as well especially if you have underlying GERD (reflux) which can predispose you to this. If food sticks in your throat/chest you definitely need further evaluation. ...Read more
Practice, practice +: Like most things in life, the more we do the better we become. Practice/rehearse your topics to be proficient/knowledgeable. Record yourself doing it, do it infront of family/friends etc...Public speaking coaches and self-help books can help as well. If still having significant problem, consult your doc because there are some treatment/meds to help soothing your nerves. Good luck. ...Read more
Fast speech does: Not equate w/intelligence. It can simply be that the person is hyper, very confident, or even overbearing. Research indicates the Emotional Intelligence (see books by Daniel Goleman) is more helpful in life than IQ. Don't be fooled by thinking that "intelligent" folks are better than the rest of us. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Many: First by analysis of speech, it can be localized then look for cause. Causes could be psychological, stroke, tumor, some degenerative diseases, etc. ...Read more
VRT for Phobias: Phobias and anxieties respond well to Virtual Reality Therapy (VRT). VRT is exposure therapy in a safe environment. The research suggests VRT is 90% effective. Seek out a therapist who uses VRT in your area. You can find providers through www. Psious. Com, www. Limbix. Com, or www. Virtuallybetter. Com. ...Read more
Yes but: There are probably some Russian speaking doctors on HealthTap but we are only allowed to use English on this service. That is to keep the medical records clear and accessible to everyone. ...Read more
Move Up Fear Ladder!: Imagine different groups of people/audiences - people u think likely 2 judge ur performance (a) very critically; (b) somewhat critically; (c) neutrally; (d) somewhat uncritically; and (e) very uncritically. Practice speakeach type of audience (one or more people), working your way up from the least to the most critical. Once you feel comfortable with one person/group, graduate 2 next level. ...Read more
Intelligibility to: Non-caretakers who do not know the context of the child's verbalizations goes like this: 50% intelligibility at age 2, 75% intelligibility at age 3, 90-100% intelligibility at age 4. Delays in language acquisition, the verbalization of ideas, confer a high risk of reading disorder at school age. Delays in articulation or speech, the motor aspect of talking, do not increase the risk of dyslexia. ...Read more
It is possible to be: So anxious that your speech is effected. Ways to address stress. Talk about feelings ; address problems. Don't avoid them. Aim for 7.5 - 8 hours of sleep/ night. Daily physical activity is optimal in a green space. Eat healthfully. Cut out junk carbs, caffeine ; alcohol (or moderate). Try qi gong, tai chi, acupuncture, acupressure, homeopathy, meditation, yoga ; exercise program. ...Read more
Delayed expressive: Language (verbalizing thoughts) can occur alone or with delays in receptive language (comprehension) & other areas of development. Use developmental screening tests & the m-chat (for autism) on firstsigns. Org. Take the results & your son to his pediatrician for referral for therapy. If in the usa, call your state health division's early intervention program for free assessment & therapy. ...Read more
Hard to Hear: You should get ENT exam to see if there is blockage in your outer ear vwith wax, or you have middle ear dosease. If that's not it then get your hearing tested to see if you need a hearing aid. ...Read more
Not normal: This obviously is not normal. He needs a full evaluation from both physical and behavioral standpoints. For instance, is he hearing ok. If there is nothing physically wrong, one has to entertain the possibility of developmental speech delays, of which there are different causes. A developmental pediatrician and a pediatric speech/language pathologist can help you out there. ...Read more
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Yes: Just as aspies tend to have poor physical coordination, modulating the speed, tone and volume of the voice may be difficult. Things that are obvious to others are seldom obvious to the aspie; criticism will only hurt and guidance is often very helpful. This isn't something that junior can handle on his own and a short course of speech therapy may be very helpful. ...Read more
Whenever: Whenever you have a question. There are no unimportant questions. You loose nothing by asking. Please do not hesitate to engage. ...Read more
That's no good...: How can I help? Call back and I (or one of my colleagues) can chat with you and try to sort things out. ...Read more
Psychologist: Ask your GP for a referral to a reputable psychologist who specializes in gender disorders. ...Read more