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Hi No, I don't think it can, its gone for ever, I think your husband needs to see his doctor ASAPGood Luck
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Could the pain be from your ovary? Yes, of course. Because you are also having problems conceiving, you need to make an appointment with your...
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The appendix is part of the LARGE INTESTINE. The colon part of the large intestine is a bit south.  This is not a "legal perspective"...
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Question continued....This has happened before with other partners in past. Told Dr. He took biopsy of scar tissue but never came with any answer. I...
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A hysterectomy to cure pain is a bad idea! Hysterectomies cannot be reversed and the side effects can be severe. Not all HRTs are good for you. There...
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Hi, Having a appendicitis, without any pains would be very dangerous think for anybody to have, and when it bursts, you would be in even more trouble...
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Hi The usual way of testing your appendix is the finger up your anus, they can fill it by doing that, but its normally well greased up so...
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A "lith" is a stone. In your case, the stone is in the distal (end) of the appendix. This does not mean you will need surgery, unless of...
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A person should have surgery for a ruptured appendix because it may cause gastrointestinal infections if it is not treated.
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Hi Depending on what you have been eating and are you doing some simple exercises, like getting out walking, even some stretching will help.But it...
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Hi, When you thing about your appendix, its tucked away in such an odd place called Mcburney's point, not a real easy place to get a bruise in...
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You are going to want to avoid highly acidic foods and high fat foods.  These foods may cause extra gas or stomach pain that can lead to...
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Hi At 3 weeks you should be OK, but this would depend on you, have you be out walking, as this is a great way to get yourself back to normal, a long...
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On average, it takes a normal couple one year to get pregnant. Have intercourse every other day, not every day (every day reduces sperm counts). And...
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I had gastritis and an ulcer,  and that was a symptom.
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