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yes you should see a doctor..
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This link should address all of your questions about this test:http://www.webmd.com/heart-disease/magnetic-resonance-angiogram-mra
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I'm sorry to hear you're suffering like this. It's bad enough to take on a new job without then coming down with mysterious physical...
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Yes stress can play a key factor temporarily or permanent. Your two vital organs, the brain and heart can only take so much before you have severe to...
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Yes, it is real. There was a medical conference in San Antonio Texas about 2 weeks ago where the experts explained to the oncologysts the new...
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I'm thinking you saw this on an order for a test.R/O is medical shorthand for "rule out." It's a commonly used abbreviation to...
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Certainly this is something worth investigating. It's impossible to tell what may be causing this without a physical examination, but one...
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Her prognosis would be unclear at this time. Not knowing the details and findings of her scans (CT, MRI, etc.) and her neurosurgeon's assessments...
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In a word: NO.The compound P7C3 is still being tested in mice. It is nowhere near being proven safe or effective for use in human beings. I'm not...
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any blood clot can cause low blood pressure. think of it like a beaver dam. it holds back until it finally breaks free or is removed.
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Sorry there is no cure yet. But they feel that stem cell may be of help. I too have parkinsons. Michael J Fox has a wonderful web site. About...
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No, nasal polyps are inflammatory growths, often related to allergies. I have never heard that they can cause vertigo. This was most likely an...
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That is probably not a brain seizure and is probably related to the ADHD. If you're concerned, make an appointment with your health care provider...
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Well, as the patient, you're always entitled to additional opinions about test results. So, getting a second opinion in this case is a judgment...
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There is some evidence that certain supplements may play a role in improving memory but more science is needed. The most promising supplements are...
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