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Hi, Constipation for 30 days? do you full a bit full then? then now's the time to get to an ER, they may hand to hand haul that lot out of you...
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As much as I would like to help you, it would not be possible for me (or any medical professional) to diagnose your boyfriend's skin...
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You need to have your arm examined by a medical provider....and have an x-ray. Symptoms alone are not sufficient to determine if you have a fracture...
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Hi Here’s some links that may help you understand things a bit more. http://www.cancerfightingstrategies.com/fungus-and-cancer.html#sthash.UvQpjJBD...
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It sounds like it. You should go to the ER
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My husband has RLS also. If he doesn't take his meds a couple of hours before bedtime, his arms flail violently along with his legs. Are you on...
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if they are dry and scaly it could be eczema.
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What should happen? That nurse or medical assistant should be retrained! Other than the inflammation, which is obvious, there should be no long term...
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YES GO BACK IMMEDIATELY!!!! i had it after a c section and it can spread to other parts of your body that are compromised. the doc will give you more...
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My rotator cuff tear was undiagnosed for 10+ years. ( I've also had three Left knee surgeries ) My point is: your body is not going to get better...
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As you are telling that you are having skin colored bumps on your arms, thighs and legs then it seems like the symptoms or signs of Eczema. It is...
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Hi I think you should get back to the ER, if you went, cracked ribs they do tend to just let them heal on there own, but with some good pain killers...
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