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When you die.  Keep on having those wonderful tests.  It saves lives. I know of one person that had a colonoscopy and it saved his life. By...
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All women can make their own decision on when or even whether they have a pelvic examination and a pap smear -- these are TWO, very different...
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Could be many reasons. Lack or insifficient lubrication, which can be corrected with increased foreplay or an artificial lubricant. It could also be...
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Get a second opinion from another urologist. A prostate biopsy is not a pleasant procedure, so it should only be done if absolutely necessary. His...
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Yes, Protected sex always. Even with oral sex for your partner, that is him doing you. There has been a significant increaase of Oral Cancers in...
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I can't offer you a definitive answer, since I have no way of examining you over the Internet, but this could be a small spermatocele, unrelated...
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yes you could not saying you would but there is definitely that possibility
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not necessary. consult doctor immediately..
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Yes.Henry Wagner, M.D., told me.
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Unless it's for a very prolonged period of time, then low likelihood.  Infrared lasers don't have a very high frequency, so their...
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Unfortunately, it's impossible to say what this might be without a physical exam. I'd say the most likely possibility is an inguinal hernia...
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First, I'm sorry to hear you have been diagnosed with human papillomavirus (HPV), but I'm glad to hear you're getting regular pap smears...
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First, let me say I'm sorry to hear you or a loved one apparently has a salivary gland tumor. It's always difficult to deal with a diagnosis...
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I am not a dr but am a cancer survivor. All cancers can cause white blood count to go up. When white count is elevated it means it's fighting an...
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I do not see how drinking something acidic (lemon juice is citric ACID) will make your body alkaline. Doesn't make sense.I have never heard that...
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