i was born with it and had operations at Alder Hey Liverpool and don't know medical term
Exercise gets rid of stomach fat. But unfortunately, no exercises get rid of stomach wrinkles or excess skin.
Stomach acid doesn't affect you stomach but does affect your outside skin because your stomach is made out of a special kind of material, that is also why it some times burns when you trow up.
There are several different possible reasons for the skin around the stomach (or elsewhere) to itch. There are a variety of itchy parasites such as scabies, ticks, or lice, which cause itching. There are other biting insects such as bedbugs which can cause itching. Your skin can be excessively dry, and itch. You could have any number of skin diseases such as psoriasis. Skin that is healing from an injury will at some point itch.
No, the skin is.
No it is not possible for a spider to live in your stomach. The acid in your stomach is extremely strong and would kill a spider very quickly.
There are a number of reasons why you may have sore skin on your stomach and back. You may be having an allergic reaction for example.
It is not possible
It can be something like your heart or stomach your skin it can be mostly everything skin.
NO, absolutely not.
punch your self in the stomach as hard as possible
I dont think hair is digested and it is possible for the hair to build up in the stomach.
Psoriatic arthritis should not affect your stomach. Arthritis is painful swelling of joints, and does not affect the stomach. Psoriatic arthirits is a complication of the skin disorder psoriasis, itchy, red lesions on the skin.
Holding with breath and 'sucking' your stomach in flattens the stomach area. The extra skin, covering the rounded stomach, has nowhere to go. Thus the wrinkles.
Your stomach has nothing to do with pregnancy
It is indeed, however stomach transplants are rarely performed since it is actually possible to live without your stomach.
no it isn't possible to sunburn your skin through glass
Yes. The reason why it's in our stomach is because our stomach constantly builds up mucous to protect the walls around it.
There are hundreds of possible explanations for an itchy rash on your stomach without red bumps. See your health care provider next week if it hasn't gone away, or sooner if you have other symptoms.
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