Well, I just positive today and have had a yeast infection for
the last three. I have had five pregnancies (2 ended in
miscarriage) and every time I got a yeast infection just days
before testing positive. Other than pregnancy I have had two
infections, both at the end of taking antibiotics. Howeve…
Pregnancy can trigger acne or make existing adult acne worse. (On the other hand, some women with acne-prone skin report a decrease in breakouts during pregnancy, so you never know.)Higher levels of hormones called androgens are at least partly responsible for pregnancy breakouts because they can pr…
No, but it is possible to spot during pregnancy. In particular, it could be implantation bleeding. Take a pregnancy test to be sure. Blood tests are more reliable than urine tests.
actually yes, spotting can very well be an early sign of pregnancy. it was the first sign …
Diarrhea and period like cramping are signs of pregnancy I have been feeling terrible for the last week. I have had bouts of diarrhea, greenish-black bowel movements (sorry), constant cramping, headaches, and slight nausea but haven't vomited. Also I haven't had a period in over 2 months. My periods…
Often fidgeting with hands or feet, or squirming while seated.Having difficulty remaining seated.Having difficulty awaiting turn in games or group activities.Often blurting out answers before questions are completed.Having difficulty in following instructions.Having difficulty sustaining attention i…
There are various forms of behavioral treatments used for children with ADD/ADHD, including psychotherapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, social skills training, support groups, and parent and educator skills training. An example of very intensive behavior therapy was used in the Multimodal…
My son was ridiculously hyperactive in his first four years, then petit mal (absence seizures) were exceptionally noticeable-even up to four minutes if left alone, and he could automatically do just about everything- scary concept if ur child is crossing the street alone on his way to school, or pla…
Supplements that Prevent Water Retention
Diuretics (induce urination) may help you. Salt may be a cause.
The best solution is to talk with your doctor and make sure it is
not something more serious.
There are medications, such as diuretics, but they are not
healthy to be taking regularly I woul…
Curing Gum Disease:
There are many different reasons for gum disease or Periodontal
disease and sometimes called "Pyoria".
1) Improper or inadequate home care.
2) Not seeing the dentist or dental hygienist on a regular basis.
3) Genetic disposition. This does not mean that if your parents
To cure a wisdom tooth infection, there are two options.
If your wisdom tooth is normal, you need to follow a course
of antibiotics to get rid off the infection, and maintain oral
hygiene in order to avoid getting back such infection.
If your wisdom tooth is impacted, first …
White patches on your teeth come from to much plaque that build up from over the years and can later on in life leave holes in the area that they are, to prevent.Make sure you brush that area everyday.Rinse your mouth with mouthwash.Talk to your dentist about it.The white patches may never come off …
The best way to rid yourself of the pain is to get rid of the gum
disease. Clean the gum line with a nice soft brush and floss, and
massage the gums to increase blood flow. Tf the disease is too far
advanced you may need treatment by a periodontist; this is a
dentist who specializes in gum disease. …
There are no long term effects of etching the teeth before sealant application.
The etchant is a strong acid that dissolves the matrix material between the enamel rods that make up the tooth. It is rinsed off within seconds and leaves the tooth with a frosty appearance when d…
Answer common. Make sure you see a doctor, just to be sure. If it
is an ear infection Your dizziness could be caused by an ear
infection, but if it is a dental problem, it is probably
inflammation of the TMJ bone in your skull. I have TMJ problems
myself, and I sometimes get dizzy, have pain that fe…
Allergies can show themselves through various skin reactions. The
main reactions are rashes (small bumps or larger red patches),
hives (also called urticaria; itchy, red raised patches on the
skin), or eczema (also called atopic dermatitis; an itchy, weeping
rash). These symptoms can have various ca…
Various insects can cause allergic reactions. Wasps, honey bees, hornets, yellow jackets and ants are the insects most likely to cause strong allergic reactions. Some biting insects (mosquitoes, flies, lice, kissing bugs and fleas) can cause allergies as well because they inject saliva to thin the b…
One treatment for inhalant allergies is desensitization. This is
not available for food allergies. In desensitization treatment, the
patient is injected with small, dilute extracts of the inhalant
allergens. The dosage is gradually built up, until the body is less
sensitive to the allergen. This is …
I have a cat and have allergy problems partly related to this. I've discussed it with my doctor and there was no permanent 'cure' that he could recommend. But taking Allegra or Claritin for general allergy problems will work for pet allergies as well. In a severe case you can keep your pet outside, …
Asthma and allergies as far as the relation. Allergies tend to
trigger histamine to be released which can cause swelling, rashes,
itching, etc. The swelling can have the side effect of fluid
accumulation from mucus membranes. Asthma is a constriction of tiny
muscles deep in the lungs, as they constr…
Yes. When you notice it take your usual allergy medicine. Also, put an ice pack on the swollen area. Swelling should reduce.
See your doctor/emergency center if:
You do not know that you suffer from allergies
swelling doesn't reduce within one hour of treatment
Chocolate allergies have several possible symptoms. A red bumpy rash is among them. Some others are:
See the related link below for more information on chocolate allergies and the symptoms.
A spider bite. This exact thing happened to my friend the other day.
Hello. I have light red rush on my chin, a little bit on the forhead. I don't know what it is. Could it be some kind of allergie? or it's more seriouse???
I have had swelling, a lump abou…
Yes you should. For both asthma and allergies, a doctor in general practice may not recognize allergies. Some doctors do recognize and treat allergies while others do not. An allergist (sometimes listed as "Allergies and Immunology") specializes in this particular area and are up-to-date (we hope! A…
Asthma is a chronic disease that always includes wheezing as part
of its manifestation. However, not all wheezing is asthma. People
can wheeze for various other reasons, which will result in positive
tests for bronchospasm like peak flow, yet not have the diagnosis
An example is lung dis…
I think that it might be, b/c that is what happens to me when I read to my class, and I also have other numerous symptoms happening now where I can not breathe.
That sounds more like COPD. See your dr.
Yes. After physical activity, you breathe in and let oxygen out. If you don't get enough oxygen, you will have asthma.
I'm a 30+ year old Chinese man. I have had asthma my whole life. One time, I had this very bad cough, and I've decided to try something I haven't had before for coughs. It got rid of the cough, AND the asthma. I haven't had asthma for a few years. But a few days ago, I got an asthma attack. You migh…
There is no cure for asthma. Asthma is considered a chronic disease without a cure. Although there are many new medicines to help keep it controlled. Eg: Singular that is taken everyday along with the usual inhalants (albuterol) will help control the asthma.
If you are talking about desensitization shots, having been through this with my child, these are things that worked:-explain that the shots will help her/him not to have so many asthma attacks.-the needle used for these is so small that many children never even feel it if they are distracted. you c…
no it doesn't asthma affects primarily the lower respiratory area i.e. lungs
No, usually the hardness to breath is caused by a sticky gunge produced by the air sacs in your lungs when something irritates them. The gunge can narrow your wind pipe.Dont worry it sounds worse than it actually i…
1. Exercise-Induced Asthma
Exercise can make asthma symptoms worse. This is called
exercise-induced asthma. Exercise can cause asthma symptoms in up
to 80 percent of people with asthma. Treatment and monitoring can
allow people with exercise-induced asthma to participate fully in
the physical acti…
Breathlessness and chest tightness are common signs of asthma, though it doesn't definitely mean you have asthma. If your blood relatives have a history of asthma, you should see the doctor, who will find out if it is asthma or simply common cold.
I have had asthma since I was a kid. at 36 I was diagnosed with copd chronic obstructive pulmonary disease one of the major components of this was bronchial asthma and asthmatic bronchitis. as for affecting your emotional and social parts, my emotional part took me 2 yrs to realize my life would ne…
Dizzy AttackHere is advice:No, you can feel very dizzy whilst having an asthma attack obviously due to the restricted oxygen supply tothe brain, however unless there is a severe wheeze, accompanied by extreme discomfort and or a severe persistant struggling cough, then it is not an asthma attack. i …
A pre-existing condition is a medical condition that existed before you obtained health insurance. It is significant because the insurer may not cover the pre-existing condition for the duration of the pre-existing condition period. The policy will provide for a stated time period within which it wi…
Pregnancy is not a pre-existing condition when enrolling in a group (employee benefits) plan. That is not the whole answer to the question. It needs to be determined if your question is about group or individual insurance?It is true that pregnancy is not considered a pre-existing condition i…
Saltwater Pools and Itching
Community pools are notorious for spreading various diseases -- and skin infections are among them. Although saltwater pools can dry out your skin (the same way that chlorine pools do), the "severe itching" that you note is indicative of a more serious problem. Ringworm,…
A contraction-like pain on the left side back of the head may be symptomatic of many different diseases or disorders which may range from non-consequential to serious and requiring immediate medical attention. In addition to those already listed I would add: Tension Type HeadacheCervicogenic Headac…
If you're already dehydrated when you start drinking, or are taking Tylenol, Aleve (or anything containing them), or anything else that puts a strain on the kidneys, the resulting pain from your kidneys being taxed will feel like back pain. The way to deal with it is lots of water or cranberry juic…
This fatty hump on the back of your lower neck could be a "Protease Paunch" or it could be caused by Cushing's Syndrome: Too much cortisol can produce some of the hallmark signs and symptoms of Cushing's syndrome a fatty hump between your shoulders, a rounded face, and pink or purple stretch marks (…
You are most likely to get a cold if someone sneezes or coughs over you or near you. To avoid the spread this way, you need to stay at least a 6 foot diameter distance from the person. Cold viruses are in the air on respiratory droplets for a short time after a cough or sneeze. Although they can tra…
See your doctor; Seek professional medical attention, because nothing you do at home can treat and eliminate the shingles virus by itself. This is a highly painful disease and the sooner it is treated the sooner you will get relief. Medicate: The best treatment for the shingles virus is to begin a c…
Sounds like it could be ring worm. I'd have it checked by a doctor to know for sure. It could just be an irritation that happens to be in a circle.
It is probably a ringworm; however, you should see your doctor and get some medication.
Don't waste your money on a doctor. Just go to your lo…
Most people who are allergic to sulfa based medicationss are also allergic to Lamictal. The reactions vary from blisters in the mouth to busted eyeball capillaries, to a very serious SJS or TENS reaction. Pain in the ankles and the joints feeling like glass is inside of them are also symptoms, and …
2 weeks to 4 months and the pain can be unbearable! I thought I
had messed up my shoulder bad! It first started on my shoulder and
felt like a bruise, then just a tiny quarter size rash appeared,
after about a week I could barely use my arm so I went to the Dr.
and she said it was shingles. I was s…
Given the time of year you posted your question, my guess would be that your inner thigh rash is most likely heat rash. If you've tried ointments and creams with no success, maybe you should try powder with corn starch or something like Gold Bond powder (I'm pretty sure that's the right name) and s…
Short , you cant without a certain degree of risk. The best remedy for allergic reactions (which is what the lamictal rash is) (without going to the hospital)is prednisone along with benadryl. However, you cannot stay on the drug while taking these. These are given to end the allergic reaction. If y…
I have the same thing. The doctor diagnosed it today as Infected Dermatitis. And gave me a corisone shot and antibiotic. 10/22/04 .
It sounds like dermatitis - if it has development from exposure to a chemical or substance at work it is known as industrial dermatitis and your employer can be l…
Arthritis and Cracking Knuckles The reason people associate knuckle-cracking with arthritis because it makes a cracking noise and, if something cracks, it must be being damaged. However, the truth is that nothing is being cracked. A joint is any place where the ends of two bones meet. Where the bon…
What is juvenile rheumatoid arthritis
Arthritis that occurs in people under the age of 16 is referred to
as juvenile arthritis. "Juvenile arthritis" covers a number of
different types of arthritis in children. The most prevalent type
is called "juvenile idiopathic arthritis" or JIA, and also cal…
Microwave therapy is a type of deep heat therapy. The electromagnetic waves pass between electrodes placed on the patient's skin. This creates heat that increases blood flow and relieves muscle and joint pain. Arthritis is a chronic condition which causes inflammation and pain in the joints, inclu…
Ibuprofen and Arthritis Ibuprofin is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID), like aspirin, that is used to reduce the inflammation that causes joint pain, stiffness, and swelling. Ibuprofen is in a class of drugs called Nonsteroidal AntiInflammatory Drugs (NSAIDS). The NSAID class includes a…
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an autoimmune disease that causes chronic inflammation of the joints. RA can be responsible for inflammation around the joints as well as in other organs and tissues of the body. An autoimmune disease is a condition where body's tissues are attacked by the body's own imm…
My son has been off Straterra for 1 week. His rash is subsiding ever so slowly. The spots that he scratched are infected, but I am putting a cream(antibiotic) on them. I may try epsom salt compresses or put him in a pool or hot tub and let the chlorine/bromine help to dry them up. No more Straterra …
There has never been any evidence to support the use of psych meds for the treatment of autism. In fact, some parents report worsening of symptoms. Visit ritalindeath.com and drugawareness.org.
I have two autistic spectrum children. My youngest (15) has been in the drug-of-the-month club s…
Answer: I have Aspergers and I wrote this article not long ago. It may give you an idea of what it's like to have Aspergers, which is on the spectrum. I have a blog about living with Aspergers, if you are interested in learning more about living as an independent adult with Aspergers/autism. (see re…
Pain throughout the bodyThere are many and various illnesses which could cause such pain. I can appreciate your anxiety about your mother, but finding a diagnosis may not be the answer to your worriesI have personal experience of investigations and tests over a period of 10 years. Through internet r…
I just recently experienced twitching in my thumb while trying to write. I had carpel tunnel surgery about 14 years ago and have had no problems so far till now. Just recently I also started experience pain in the middle of my hand traveling up my arm. This could all be related to the previous carpe…
I think burning sensation after urination, some itchy sensation, foul-smelling or cloudy urine;
these are some kidney infection indication, but these symptoms are also related to other diseases so contact your doctor.
Paraphrased from Wikipedia.org1:
Pyelonephritis (also referred to as "urosep…
It's life's reminder that you are mortal. Get plenty of exercise, stop eating junk food, love the people around you, and if the pain happens to continue, then see a doctor.
SHARP SHOOTING PAINS IN VARIOUS PARTS OF THE BODYCONTROL CENTER OF OUR BODY:Our knowledge of human body is somewhat distorted…
Sounds like it could be worms. I'd have it checked by a doctor if it doesn't go away in a day or two. It could just be something you ate also.
Those white stringy things in your stool are "worms" or parasites. You may benefit from a colon cleansing. I suggest you go to a health food store and h…
I had two heel spurs, one in each heel. I suffered terribly for about 5 years, and I worked in a hospital ?.. No- one knew about these at the time I was in pain, till I bought two Orthotics half way ones, and used them every-time I was on my feet. It took about three months for the pain to go. The h…
Small Bumps in Genital AreaI am assuming that you do not have any other signs/symptoms. It is not unusual to develop a rash or "bumps" in the genital area. The important questions are, are they painful? Is there any itching or bleeding? Do they seem to be spreading? If none of this applies, it is do…
I used to get marks like those when I was a schoolkid. Do you chew your pen? Now my tongue turns blue when I eat blueberries. Before you jump to conclusions about having a disease or cancer consider the following? Are these bluish black marks changing shape? Also, are they painful? If you answered …
There are many possible causes of numbness and tingling:
Sitting or standing in the same position for a long time
Injuring a nerve (a neck injury may cause you to feel numbness
anywhere along your arm or hand, while a low back injury can cause
numbness or tingling down the back of your leg)
It's called "Pica"...Pica is an eating disorder typically defined as the persistent eating of nonnutritive substances for a period of at least 1 month at an age in which this behavior is developmentally inappropriate (eg, >18-24 mo). The definition occasionally is broadened to include the mouthin…
It is important that you see a health care professional (doctor or nurse practitioner) to have this assessed, if it persists. The suggestions below from WikiAnswers users are simply suggestions, and there are many other possibilities; if you want a proper diagnosis, you need to be examined. Vascular…
Doctors will pass this off as IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) and there is no such disease (I had that confirmed by a Gastroenterologist.) In many cases it can be the depletion of the mucus lining of the stomach (happens in many people.) I would see a Homeopathic doctor and discuss this with them. Th…
Rinse your mouth out several times a day with warm salt water. Swish around in your mouth holding it as long as you can. Don't swallow.
There are many causes for this. The most common being overly tired.
Others include iron deficiency, anaemia, and a slow metabolism and
being out in cold weather without sufficient clothing.
It could be symptoms of Anemia, Hypothyroidism, blood vessel
problem, diabetes and other diseases, once the t…
First you must be sure it is wax in your ears and not an ear infection or allergies in your sinuses causing the pain and clogging. It can often be caused from the inside, such as severe sinus swelling, and can feel like wax, but is not. If it IS wax the solutions below should work. If it does not wo…
It sounds like it's a canker sore. They are sometimes pretty
painful, but aren't anything to worry about. They usually last
about a week or less. If it doesn't go away or concerns you, go see
a doctor or dentist.
Wearing a thong can be a contributing factor to developing a yeast infection. This can occur because thongs are significantly tighter and more constricting that regular underwear. Thongs also make it easier for bacteria from the anus to travel to the vagina (in small amounts). Yeast infections can h…
You would need to know about three subjects: (1) eating disorders (2) nutrition and health (3) managing a health care business For 1, study psychology, for 2, health and nutrition, for 3, business, probably with a focus on not-for-profits or healthcare. University education is less about vocational…
The Black Death occurred from 1347-1353. It killed more than 1/3 of Europe's population alone, carried by fleas on rats.
It probably came from merchants that arrived from China.
The sea ports were hit first-- Sicily, near Italy. Like the Renaissance, from Italy it soon spread throughout Europe. Unli…
The short answer is economics. The tremendous loss of population resulted in a severe labor shortage. That caused wages to rise, and hence prices rose. The nobility, who owned most of the land, enacted laws to keep wages low. That meant the peasants were faced with low wages but high prices for basi…
Estimates put the death toll of the Black Death or plague around 25
Million, or 25-50% of the population of Europe. The plague was
first noted in 1347 and carried on for about 3 or 4 years until
1350/51. It is hard to say exactly how many were killed per year,
but based on the above information I wo…
There are a few options available. All states allow minors to get testing for sexually transmissible infections without parental consent (see related link). You can contact your local department of health, family planning agency, or your own primary care provider to find out the most affordable and …
Addison's disease is a condition in which the adrenal cortex is
destroyed resulting in reduced secretion of adrenal hormones. This
destruction could be due to autoimmune disease, tuberculosis,
surgical removal or malignant infiltration. The treatment is
lifelong steroid replacement taken as tablets.…
The black death originated central Asia and spread to Europe. It started because of unclean rodents (hamsters etc.) who had infected fleas.
The Black Death or Plague bacteria multiply inside the flea, blocking its stomach (nasty!!) and causing it to become very hungry. The flea then bites a host …
The Black Death was a massive plague, named: The Bubonic Plague; which spread through Britain and the rest of Europe in the mid 14th century, killing nearly half of the population; including farm animals, like: sheep, cows and chickens. From the start to the end of the Black Death, the population d…
It's a possibility, but as a preventative measure, you should never eat it. You can remove the brown parts and still eat the parts of the lettuce that are still green and crisp. Lettuce turns brown due to oxidation; water will usually collect at the bottom of the bag during this process. When this …
The bumps on the back of your tongue would be called your taste buds. The vallate papillae are a v-shaped row of larger taste buds at the back of your tongue. Many people don't notice these until they have a concern about oral infection and take a good look in their throat, not realizing that these …
Common ailments of the nervous system include: PoliomyelitisTumorCerebral palsyCerebral thrombosisAmnesiaEpilepsyMeningitisParalysisEncephalitisSpinocerebellar Degeneration Diseasenana , infection of bacterial inanimous super caoptain barbelcontusion
parinksons diseasecommon ailments of…
It's called subconjunctival haemorrhage, and it's mainly due to
high blood pressure which causes bursting of veins.
Etiology is what causes a disease or how it occurs based on studies
The simplest identifier is they do not turn their head when their name is called. Other normal babies look up from what they are doing when their name is called; autistics don't. When my child was born he would not even open his eyes to look at us. He sucked on his hand and hummed from the moment he…
Opiods (morphine, heroin, etc.) are most strongly associated with itching as they release histamine making users itchy. Crack and meth heads pick and scratch more than they itch.Scientists still dont completely understand why people itch, or what stimulates the urge. However, in Pop culture, "itchin…
Mosquitos feed on blood. When they bite they inject some fluids
into the site to keep the blood from clotting (and which later
cause the itchy hive). Some infections, such as malaria, can get
into the mosquito when it drinks the blood of an infected person;
the germ migrates to the glands that produ…
Arthritis Arthritis refers mainly to the degeneration or wearing
out of a joint, but includes more then 100 different diseases that
cause pain, stiffness, swelling, and damage to the joints. some
forms of Arthritis can affect other organs of the body as well. The
main forms of Arthritis are Osteoart…
That really depends. Those drugs together don't have any SERIOUS
interactions. The thing is, both of those drugs have side effects
that include causing high blood pressure and raising heart rate.
When you take both of them together, these effects can become more
That doesn't mean you can't…
There is not a specific STD doctor; you can see your primary care provider, adult medicine, general practitioner, pediatrician, family doctor, OB-GYN, or urologist. Infectious disease specialists are sometimes consulted for cases with resistant strains, or in the case of penicillin allergy in a pati…
due to birth asphyxia and genital disorders
Legionella pneumophila cause legionnaire's diseaseCampylobacter jejuni cause enteric diseaseBorellia burgdorferi cause lyme diseaseEnterococcus faeicum cause colitisStreptococcus pyogenes cause streptococcal septic shockVibro Cholerae cause choleraEhriichi spp. cause human granulocytic ehrlichiosisN…
If the weight loss isn't due to obvious causes such as drugs,
eating habits, anorexia, or prolonged physical activity, then it's
likely a severe medical condition.
If it is diabetes, the pancreas isn't making enough insulin.
Insulin is normally the body's way of regulating its use of
glucose, the b…
It is non-Hodgkin with a capital on the proper name. The apostrophe-s is optional, and many people do not use it any more.
Sadly, at the moment, there isn't one. But most nosey people are doing their best to not stick their noses in other people's business, except for when it's really something that should be known by all, but that's it. Oh, and except for when it's information just too juicy for someone not to know, …
Some illnesses can in some people, especially those illnesses that involve the endocrine system and hormone production, such as diabetes. If you have other symptoms and have a late period, you may need to have an exam by your gynecologist.
I really dont know but if you ask your doctor she/or him will know all i have to say is to make sure just in case concern your doctor before taking action with the pukka fish