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Womens Water Balance Medication
Can salt water baths help a woman's pH balance? I am very sensitive so medications always throw my levels off after I am done taking them.
Maybe.: Epsom salt baths can help lots of problems - muscle aches and pains and some wounds. I'm assuming you're speaking of your vaginal ph balance? If so, ingesting healthy bacterial flora such as acidophilus and bifidophilus, and active yogurt cultures would be most helpful to replenish your normal vaginal ph. Good luck! ...Read more
38 yr old female. No current health issues or medication. Last 2 weeks the first stool of the day is red. Toilet water appears bloody. ?
See your doctor f: Blood in stool needs a eval and diagnosis ...Read more
Why do medications cause water retention an this is causing trouble with my balance an making me anxious depressed .i already feel bloated without?
Collateral damage: Most actions have unintended (sometimes unknown) effects. Drugs are a prime example - side effects. If you can solve your heartburn in another way, that would be good. Talk to the provider for alternatives. A juice 4oz glass of 1/2 tap water 1/2 organic cider vinegar w/ a pinch of baking soda at time of reflux symptoms works like magic. It has no side effects on balance, mood or bloat. See comment ...Read more
I get pain in my elbow bned alot i drink water have nt hurts it ilke its in my vein it 28 yeArs old female no drug use good health no heavy lifting ?
Does anyone know how to help me. PMS in postmenapause an drugs intensify this . water retention , dizziness, headache, balance trouble. been 14 yrs. ?
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My baby is 6 weeks, taking no medication, only gripe water..I'm worried, isn't baby supposed to be on some general medication for good health ?
Breastmilk: Babies have thrived for thousands of generations on breastmilk alone. Some docs offer vitamin D which could be helpful in regions with less sunlight, but that not a universally accepted belief. ...Read more
Managed BP with medication.Alternate Fasting daily. Exercise regularly:HIIT. How risky/difficult to water fast for 2/3 days? Do I need medical help?
Water Fasting: As a nutritionist I support and believe in the benefits of transient fasting and caloric restriction. Both have been shown to increase life expectancy across species due to reduced metabolic demand. I do not support fasts that trigger a starvation metabolic stress response. You need nutrient calories and your brain needs glucose! A healthy 12 hour fast...stop eating at 8pm and breakfast at 8am! ...Read more
My BP has been around 137/73. 76 pulse. Would i need to start thinking about medication and what is the best. I do have a water pill .25?
How many time should a healthy adult, who drinks a lot of water go to the toilet. When do you know for sure its constipation and you need medication?
Hard difficult BM: Constipation is a hard, difficult, painful bowel movement. Drinking a lot of water helps but so would more fiber in your diet. The frequency of the bowel movement is not as important as the consistency and pain associated with the bowel movement. A easily passed bm every three days would not be considered constipation by most mds. ...Read more
I have swelling of my ankles and have had this for at least 3 yrs. I have been put on medication, water pills to no avail. My dr says we my never know?
Questions: Does swelling go down after elevating or sleeping? If so you may benefit from elastic stockings. I assume your doctor has ruled out congestive heart failure. Have you had any circulatory testing to evaluate blood flow and veins? If not, this may be a reasonable step. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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