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Doctor insights on: Will Having Syncope Affect A Military Job Prospects

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Dr. Rajiva Goyal
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Syncope (Definition)

Loss of consciousness and postural tone caused by diminished cerebral blood flow. Syncope may indicate a particular medical condition, however often it may occur in an otherwise healthy individual. It is a common problem, accounting for 3% ...Read more


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Love being in this high stress job day flies, given added scope started to feel panicky not sure why doc presc. Lorazapam, took it and passed out why ?

Love being in this high stress job day flies, given added scope started to feel panicky not sure why doc presc. Lorazapam, took it and passed out why ?

Response: Lorazepam is a tranquilizer, and suppose your doctor is stressed about the effect your job may have on you. Likely concerned about your panicky reactions. But if you took it and it knocked you out, would not take again. Discuss reaction with your physician. ...Read more

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Given 2 mgs lorazapam passed out woke dizzy sick shaky felt like was out of my mind, was not feeling 100% normal to presc this med for job stress?

High dose: The usual dose of Lorazepam (brand name Ativan (lorazepam) ; others) is 0.5 mg for someone who is not used to this medication ; who needs to function, for example in a job. Sometimes 1 mg if the person is large, the anxiety is extreme, or the person is just not sensitive to it. 2 mg is much too strong for most people. Lorazepam is also addictive ; is best used occasionally or temporarily (for. ...Read more

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My boyfriend can't come when I give him a blow job us this normal? His fine any other time

My boyfriend can't come when I give him a blow job us this normal? His fine any other time

Not uncommon: While generally pleasurable, some men find it difficult to climax by oral stimulation alone ...Read more

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Hi, i wanted to know what are some health care jobs that don't require cadavers? I got into ucla and uci..

Hi, i wanted to know what are some health care jobs that don't require cadavers? I got into ucla and uci..

Health care jobs: Few require working with cadavers as part of the job (coroners, pathologists r exceptions) but training for many/most health care jobs requires training in anatomy, which often involves working with cadavers; however, these days many schools use videos/ closed circuit tv to teach anatomy; so there in no/ minimal hands-on experiences. ...Read more

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My boyfriend isn't circumcised. should I avoid giving him blow jobs? he's clean and everything, I just don't know if it's risky!

My boyfriend isn't circumcised. should I avoid giving him blow jobs? he's clean and everything, I just don't know if it's risky!

Sex and uncut: The context of your question is missing. But a majority of men in the world are not circumcised. there are no restrictions from any medical professional against oral sex for these men. ...Read more

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I work 2 jobs 3pm to 7 am 5 days a week off Saturday and Sunday sleep from 8 am to 145 can't seem to lose weight even when focused I'm 49 female help?

I work 2 jobs  3pm to 7 am 5 days a week off Saturday and Sunday sleep from 8 am to 145 can't seem to lose weight even when focused I'm 49 female help?

Stress / Poor sleep: Poor sleep increases Cortisol levels which makes it fard to loose weight. Also you are tired and cannot plan meals and exercise regularly. ...Read more

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I work in the medical field and we are being asked to fabricate things so they get funding. It isn't quite ethical, don't want to lose job, any advice?

I work in the medical field and we are being asked to fabricate things so they get funding. It isn't quite ethical, don't want to lose job, any advice?

Honesty is the Best: It is hard to believe that someone would ask you to be dishonest. You are always better off in following the dictum: 'honesty is the best policy'....You might even get lucky to find a better job. That is what i would do! ...Read more

Passed Out (Definition)

Or passing out implies loss of consciousness. Frequently a cardiac ...Read more