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Rejected: Try to use the adage "kill them with kindness". Young coworkers who treat you poorly are either ignorant, inexperienced, or immature. Hopefully as young people grow older, they will learn to value the importance of treating others with respect regardless of age, gender, ethnicity, etc. Try to focus on your behavior, not theirs. Treat others the way you want to be treated and let the rest go. ...Read more
Depends: On the nature of the cause. You will need to see a GI specialist (gastroenterologist) and get tested for stomach, liver and pancreatic illness and get on medication until you can be scoped. ...Read more
YOU must change: Only the strong forgive. Please look deep into yourself. Life is NOT fair but it is full of good things. Looking at past wrongs does nothing to make you happy in the present or prepare you for a better future. Holding a grudge is a dark pleasure, but a poisonous one. And you too have made at least a few mistakes. Saying, "I forgive freely -- it's in the Universe's hands" will free you as well. ...Read more
Several options: There's a nice summary of treatment options in this month's archives of dermatology. Treatments shown to be effective include antibiotics (clindamycin + rifampin), Infliximab (a biologic drug), yag laser, and surgical excision and primary closure with a gentamycin sulfate-collagen sponge. Other options include cryotherapy, pdt light treatments, finasteride, zinc gluconate, resorcinol, & acitretin. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Toxic shock syndrome: Fever >102 f, vomiting and/or diarrhea, rash like sunburn with peeling skin, especially on the palms and soles, dizziness or mental confusion, pale and clammy skin as a result of quick fall in blood pressure if left untreated at this stage, it will lead to loss of consciousness, cardiac and respiratory failure, and death. ...Read more
Death is a part of life it's the cessation (the end) and if the person died of natural causes there are a few things to be happy about.
1. The didn't suffer or had a prolonged illness
2. They lived a full and good life and you was there to share a part of it with them.
3. You know the cause of their death so it eases you from worrying and grieving more. ...Read more
Ask last doctor (s): State laws require that the information in medical records be kept for a certain number of years (contact the state medical board to find that information). One can contact each doctor and each clinic or hospital he went to in the past, to see if any records information is available. Meanwhile, one should write his medical history from his own memory, the best that he can do, for the next doctor. ...Read more
Lets say you believed in something your whole life. Then you realize that the person who brought you to beleive is abusive. Should I beleive? Or no?
I abuse, misconcepti:
An abusive person, usually takes advantage of other people. All the benefits. He gets are only for himself, these individuals take advantage from others who have less say a straightforward personality, and enjoy talking to them misconceptions.
These individuals are sick, I require therapy, if you learn something in the past from such person, I will get an opinion from somebody else in whom you trust.
Trust you build with time, requires constant interactions, and as time progresses, you begin to trust the person, this type of feeling is also called friendship.
You'll well-known that a friend is always prepared to help a friend, and you find out that along your life, you will have few true friends, . Keep them, they allways will help you, and you will help them ...Read more
FP, IM, Cards or pul: Orthopnea is breathlessness that occurs specifically when lying down. The two conditions that should be considered are congestive heart failure and and advanced lung disease. You should be seen by a family practice doctor or internist or cardiologist or pulmonary specialist. (since you're using the medical term "orthopnea", I assume you've already seen one? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Domestic violence: There is help when you're involved in domestic violence. There are counseling, safe houses, educational materials, etc. Specific shelters and resources vary by community. You can call the national domestic violence hotline -- 1−800−799−safe (7233) -- and they will help you find what's available where you live. Http://www. Thehotline. Org/. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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