Are dizziness and cramping normal in the first trimester?
Yes, dizziness, cramps and headaches are all normal in pregnancy - most often caused by hormonal fluctuations. ...
Asked in Nuclear Energy, Nuclear Reactors
What is a dangerous condition caused by overheating inside a nuclear reactor?
The dangerous condition that can occur in a nuclear reactor and due to overheating is a nuclear meltdown. ...
Asked in Conditions and Diseases
What is the cause to my dizziness?
Four out of ten adults consult their doctors for the symptom of dizziness, or vertigo. Dizziness may be caused by medications, ear infection, or a brain disorder. It can possibly be caused by anemia, diabetes, or a deficiency in the thyroid, lack of vitamins, or the immune system. Your doctor will ask you when it happens, how often, how long, and are there any other accompanying symptoms. ...
Asked in Saturn (car), Overheating (Engines)
What causes a Saturn to overheat in the summer?
Overheating can be caused by the thermostat, plugged radiator or a faulty headgasket. On the Saturn S-Series, overheating is more commonly caused by a missing air dam (if you mostly drive in town), or a failed cooling fan. ...
What would cause dizziness and tingling fingers on both hands?
Dizziness and tingling in both hands and fingers can be caused by a pinched nerve or the limbs being asleep. It is best to see a doctor if this persists. ...
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
What sudden illness is usually caused by a blockage of blood flow to the brain?
headache, dizziness, fainting, and passing out
Asked in Medication and Drugs
What medicine is good for dizziness?
It depends on the cause of the dizziness. Dizziness is caused by any one of thousands of conditions, each which have their own treatment. Taking advice from the internet, particularly with the lack of information you have provided, can seriously jeopardise your health or even your life. You need to see your doctor to determine the cause of the dizziness, so you can be prescribed the correct medication for whatever is causing it. ...
Asked in Physics, Nuclear Energy
What is a dangerous condition caused by the overheating of the nuclear core of the reactor?
Overheating of the reactor fuel rods could damage the zircaloy sheaths and enable gaseous fission products to enter the reactor coolant stream. This alone would not be dangerous, but if a loss of coolant had caused the overheating then this could release activity into the secondary containment. What would follow from this depends on the individual design of the plant. ...
Can poor acceleration be caused by a low coolant level?
Sounds like you need a tune up By itself low coolant would only cause overheating, if it is overheating that can cause runnimg complaints. ...