It could be thrush, a fungal infection that results from a depressed immune system (which is a side effect of steroids).
The abbreviation for the word "continued" is cont or contd. This could be used in phrases such as "to be continued..."
Cortisone is not a commonly known trigger for seizures in dogs, but I wouldn't be surprised if it could cause them. Some foods and toxins can cause dog seizures, as well as excessive external stimulus (ie, light & sound), so it could, in theory, be a trigger.
That could vary according to why the cortisone shot was prescribed. Ask the prescribing health care professional if there is any contraindication in your specific circumstances that would necessitate your waiting before vaccination.
It could mean the abbreviation for continued.
If he continued to play today, he could be.
Ghana could try and open up a donation centre or something like that and they could save up that money and develop
it was good for fishing and they could develop trade
these are the bones that could develop in the soft tissue. for example bones (rider's bones) could develop in the aductor muscles of horse riders.
Because they wanted it to end
You could try Cortisone, Lanicane, Benadryl, or something like mint oil, menthol, or camphor.
Opinion only:Cortisone can have an adverse effect on people who are prone to congestive heart failure or have high blood pressure. If you have one or both health related problems, you must discuss the use of cortisone with your primary healthcare provider, such as your family doctor, beforehand. In addition, it is strongly advised to have your primary healthcare provider refer you to a medical rheumatologist as well. Cortisone prevents the release of substances in the body that cause inflammation; however, it's effects are not permanent. The first time that you receive a cortisone injection (depending on dosage); you may get approximately 12 to 13 weeks of relief. If you immediately receive your second injection, it's effectiveness (in terms of duration) may decrease to approximately 8 to10 weeks. At some point, your system could virtually become immune to cortisone. Put another way, cortisone may no longer provide you with any relief until such time as your system becomes free of its influence. I would advise you to seek the advice of a medical rheumatologist before you take your first cortisone shot. Cortisone is a classic example of: Short term gain - Long term pain. There are alternative arthritic pain management regimes that a rheumatologist may be aware of that your family doctor may not necessarily be aware of.
Because they could.
Virus needs a place to live and develop. They could not exist before organism as organism is the environment where they develop and grow.
I was told that it takes about 3 months to metabolise out of your body.
Those dead people could have continued working!
A village develop is a foto of a "muelle de madera" thank to read me
There are several health consequences one could develop as a result of exposure to chemical. A person could get cancer, infertility, chemical burns, etc.
Cataracts occur on the eye.
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