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There is no specific: Age limitation. Surgery, when indicated, is appropriate at any age. The right diagnosis and options for treatment along with their ramifications should be thoroughly discussed with your surgeon and one can always get a second opinion. ...Read more
Power and money: It depends on the particular woman and man of course. But after physical appearance, younger women often talk about liking "older" men because they're more sure of themselves than men of their own age. They've achieved a certain level of power & prestige in their career. They usually make more money than men in their early 20's. Some may also unconsciously like the "father" aspect of these men. ...Read more
Can kids younger than 1 year old get rubella? If yes, do they develope an imun response, protective anticorps?
Yes.: It's possible to get rubella (german measles) at any age if not immunized. If a woman was immunized against rubella before pregnancy, some of her antibodies cross the placenta and protect the baby until about 1 year old. If the mom isn't immune, the baby is at risk. If a baby gets rubella under 1 year old, antibody levels must be done afterward, as many still will need the shot for protection. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Disease mortality: The longer you have ra, the longer the disease (or RA medications) can damage your body. The good news is, that with newer, more effective treatments there is good reason to be optimistic that the RA can be well controlled, leading to a productive life with a normal life expectancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Spinal meningitis as teen now have ddd, arthritis, bulging, herny dsk, migraine osteop.Etc.Pain everyday for years gp said nothing can help, true?
2=not related: Get a second opinion from an orthopedist. There r many treatment options. ...Read more
27 y/o f w/ r hip labral tear. Ortho recommended arthroscopic surgery right away due to young age and click.. Typical? What will rehab timeframe be?
Rehab is long: You will typically feel better in a matter if weeks but your hip will be stiff. You have to protect the repair while it heals. Typically 8 weeks. Then you have to continue to work on motion and strengthening. Over the next 1-2 months full recovery at 6 months or so. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer