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Epigenetics: Barker theory is low birth weight babies make changes to their metabolism/organs that benefit them short term, but hurt them long term. Low birth weight babies are at higher risk for coronary heart disease, hypertension, stroke and diabetes. Low birth weight can be caused by poor maternal health and nutrition. Thus the environment/economics of the mother can affect baby/future adult. ...Read more
Dr. William lizarraga: what happens if the pain that a patient feels it too strong and acetamiophen cannot controll it? What to do in such a case?
Not enough info: As the first thing is to find out where is the pain and what causes it.... ...Read more
Hi I'm william for the past 3 days I've been experiencing in the lower right side of my neck numbness and pulsing what can this be?
Neck Pain: I would recommend that you go to an er... There are numerous possibilities. Infections, abscesses, anuerisms, tumors, etc, etc. ...Read more
Not necessarily: With long term use of ppi's, may be worthwhile to check a B12 level after 10-15 yrs of use. Thereay be a rational to check a baseline magnesium level if you have diarrhea or other electrolyte problems. I would not take either supplement unless you knew you were deficient in either. ...Read more
Does stem cell therapy works for william syndrome? If yes which one embroyonic or induced pluripotent cell?
William syndrome: Williams syndrome association would be best place to find answers on this rare genetic condition. ...Read more
Tracy age 52 has William's syndrome, has pain just below belly button, when pushing. Last January had colon resection. Was pain free for 6 mos.?
Framingham Heart Study Dr. William Castelli:"People with total cholestrol levels under 150 just don't get heart attacks or heart disease" Is this true?
Yes. This is a: Generalization but, for the most part, is true. ...Read more
She ran temperature of 100 -102 through the night. Give her 1 teaspoon of Child Advil at 9pm. Another around 11:30pm. Checked her temperature around 5:15 am it was 102. Normally, her doctor Evenly William Neal, prescription for ibuprofen?
Any dr read this destroying the myth about testosterone replacement and prostate cancer by abraham morgentaler, md, facs introduction by william fa?
Dr. William, sr. Prolactin-15.13 ng/ml, progestrone-1.3ng/ml, testo-1.47ng/ml, dheas-318.5 mcg/dl. My doc HS diagnosed pcos. Will I be able to conceive?
Normal ranges in Ind: Please list the normal ranges too. We have different measuring system here in usa. ...Read more
See below.: The barrier methods of birth control block sperm from entering the uterus. These include the diaphragm, cervical cap, cervical shield, male condom, and female condom and spermicidal foam, sponges, and film. Using a spermicide with a barrier method gives you the best possible barrier method protection. The spermicide kills most of the sperm that enter the vagina. The barrier method then blocks the rest. ...Read more
Restless Legs: Restless Legs Syndrome (RLS), also known as Willis-Ekbom Disease, is a neurological condition associated with abnormal sensations in the legs. It is estimated that 5% of the general population and as many as 10% of those over the age of 65 have this disorder. Http://www. Hopkinsmedicine. Org/neurology_neurosurgery/centers_clinics/restless-legs-syndrome/what-is-rls/ ...Read more
The secret of a happy life.
be happy to yourself, if you are happy and content, the rest of your body will follow.
eat healthy, exercise daily, follow your dream, be kind, be good to your immediate family, to your fiends and neighbors, and the rest of community, love everybody, and everything. Volunteer for a charity
most important thing, follow your dream.
believe that nothing is impossible. ...Read more
Genetic loci: Both are renal potassium-wasting syndromes. Bartter's is at NKCC2, the milder Gitelman's at NCC / NCCT / TSC. ...Read more
Mental health: Limited availability of mental health professionals & limited affordability, also the stigma. ...Read more
Nothing: Would walk away and ignore. If you have fears re this you should see someone. ...Read more
Question?: Osteopenia means your bones don't have enough calcium salts (mineral). This is similar but not quite identical to osteoporosis. You need to see your doctor and probably need evaluation by an endocrinologist, since at your age this isn't expected. You should be checked for vitamin d and calcium levels, for starters. Don't delay, you are at increased risk for fractures. ...Read more
Immune issues: In gbs, the immune system attacks the covering (myelin sheath) of certain nerves. This causes nerve damage - usually begins to affect the nerves after you've had a viral or bacterial infection. Often it is after an infection of the lungs or stomach and intestines. Gut infection with camphylobactor - can cause this. Rx is with steroids, therapy, pain killers are given. ...Read more
Personal: Embarrassment that you're not as fit as the gymrats can be overcome by saying, "i'm going to be happy because they're happy, and enjoy the show". They'll respect & help you if and only if they see real effort. Boredom can be overcome by anything from an earphone with music to exploring inner space; the first marathon runner found strength from the "iliad". 1/2 your battle's won already. ...Read more
Usually...: ...the only symptom of infertility is infertility -- women who are fine in every way except they aren't getting pregnant while trying. But sometimes lack of menses, irregular menses, severe acne, and changes in hair growth can point to a hormonal problem that can interfere with conception. ...Read more