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Hi Having sex with one tall women, does not mean all the rest fall into the same frame, best you take it one women at a time. OKGood Luck
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Does this article describe your condition?https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Myositis_ossificansIt doesn't look like your coffee drinking would cause...
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HI CIPD is an interesting one, but what was your symptoms for them to go on, and your age?Just answer through, Answer This, above
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Your first step -- long before considering gender reassignment and drastic, dangerous surgery --- would be to see a psychiatrist. As a matter of...
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The first step to understanding the various causes of low back pain is learning about the normal design (anatomy) of the tissues of this area...
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Eye allergies mainly involve the conjunctiva, which is the tissue lining (mucus membrane) that covers the white surface of the eyeball and the inner...
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The knee joint’s main function is to bend, straighten, and bear the weight of the body along with the ankles and hips. The knee, more than just a...
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The penis is a cylindrical shaft with a rounded tip. The rounded tip is called the glans. There is a groove (termed the coronal sulcus) between the...
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The disc is an important structure that rests between the bony building blocks of the spine (vertebrae). A disc in the spine is sometimes referred to...
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