If your 10-year-old has been diagnosed with poor depth perception how can it be treated if it seems to be getting worse and what would be causing him to roll and bulge his eyes?
My recent loss of depth perception is attributed to pernicious (B-12) anemia. My body does not utilize/absorb B-12 properly and now I must have injections.
Rolling the eyes??? I've always done that...as well as crossing my eyes easily. I am not sure...never really worried about it...I just thought it was related to a muscle weakness.
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If you have been diagnosed with breast cancer are you at risk of getting some other kind of cancer not related to the original breast cancer?
Marijuana, when ingested, affects the hypothalamus, which regulates mood, appetite, and perception. The distortion of perception makes you more succeptible to emotions such as fear and paranoia. Because marijuana is still considered taboo in 90% of the global jurisdiction, the lingering fear of possibly getting caught or busted will often surface more easily while high, causing related paranoia and lending itself to overall "freakouts" in some individuals.
If you were diagnosed with bipolar then you should be getting your medication from either your Psychiatrist or family doctor. If you have not been diagnosed with bipolar then you must see your family doctor who will send you to a Psychiatrist and he/she will determine what is wrong with you and give you the correct medications.
I have been diagnosed with having stenotrophomonas maltophilia in my lungs. I have no idea how I contracted this infection. I was told earlier this year that I had E-Coli on my lung which caused my lung to collapse. I have been given several anti biotics to cure this infection but not getting anywhere. I am hoping that my consultant will refer me to an immunologist to help find what is causing this.
Well not sure, but by the time symptoms show up and mesothelioma is diagnosed, the disease is often advanced. A lot of research has been done on mesothelioma for finding ways to prevent this deadly asbestos-related cancer. Some years ago, a good friend of mine was diagnosed with mesothelioma. He is still alive after getting mesothelioma for long time and fighting with the disease bravely.
What do you do when you keep getting heart aches at night and you can't get to sleep they are that painful?
Yes you can get auto insurance if you've been diagnosed with lupus. If, however, you have central nervous system involvement and are prone to seizures you might have a problem getting or keeping your license, and therefore not insurable. Otherwise there is absolutely no reason why you cannot get auto insurance. The question is never asked.
talking with a diagnosed person with AIDS drinking the same water or sharing and eating the same foods sitting next to the diagnosed person. breathing through the air sharing pens and pencils sitting on the same toilet as someone who has AIDS getting bit by an insect playing on the same playground equipment swimming in the same pool donating blood (Since 1985 researchers have been testing blood.) getting a blood transfusion (That was proven in…