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You are more likely to have a secondary wound infection such as celllulitis, based on what you have shared. This is not a sign of tetanus, but a sign...
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Hi Get back to where it was done, ask them to get it checked out and why its like that, its really a visual thing.Good Luck
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Bacteria can show up in other areas and cause infections, although this would not be related to vaginosis. You need to keep it clean in there (make...
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Hi, What you have is a Herpetic whitlow (whitlow finger) just go to the link below your find what its all about, don’t worry when you see this in the...
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Hi Now that sounds bad, I would get to an ER? but if your not near one and there is a chemist shop they should/could help you, that's one with a...
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Hi If your fingers tips have gone white sounds like you have Reynard's syndrome, if so once you get it that's it, you have it.If not just put...
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Don;t paint her nails at two months old! Wait until she is older. Be patient, that will happen sooner than you think. Even though she does not put...
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Hi Look have a good read through site its a UK site for Parkinson's, I don't think your find better help.http://www.parkinsons.org...
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Hi this piece is from hubpages.com should answer your question. Fingertip EczemaMain symptoms: peeling of one or more fingertips on one or both hands...
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Probably dermatitis. Try a cortisone cream on both.
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Hi You say through leggings, was this just stroking from the out side?or was the a hole?And why the maybe? were you not sure then?I don't think...
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Not unless the diabetic is having some serious peripheral vascular problems resulting in infections. Diabetics that are not in control can lose toes...
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Hi She may need to go to the WER, if she is any kind of blood thinner this is not helping.One last thing, have you tried her sitting with her hand up...
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I'm sorry to hear what you went through. MRSA can be a very nasty bug, indeed.As you probably know (but for the benefit of others reading this...
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Hi Sounds like you may have a trapped nerve, either seek help or on its own it will or should just go.Good Luck
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