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Unfortunately, there is really no way to predict a "100%" success after a surgery. I do not have the facts related to your tear or your...
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Hi Yes do something else, but give you leg a good break from exercise, at least 2 weeks, then get in the pool get a float and do breast stroke leg...
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I'm sorry that you did not receive an appropriate response to your original question. Here is some information that you may find...
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how bad is the injury?the fact he landed on his hip, i'm assuming he landed on his back/hip. if he did, worst case is hurting his spinal cord and...
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Hi I think your find an MRI would show tendon damage but not nerve, did the injury involve your elbow? your fine every thing runs round the outside...
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I would NOT recommend that you use an antibiotic for a self-diagnosed UTI, since they are not always the "same". UTIs can be caused by...
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Hi here are some links below the may help you, and help understand things a bit better. http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Abscess/Pages/Causes.aspx...
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I'm sorry to hear what your ex-husband is going through. It must be a frightening time for him.You ask a good question, regarding a traumatic...
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Yes, a "TIA", Transient Ischemic Attack, also known as a mini-stroke may cause some permanent damage. According to some recent studies...
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Hi If you have a free ER go there, its about all you can do, or find a dentist who gives credit?Good Luck
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Hi Have a read up about this, may help you.Cauda equina syndrome (CES) is a particularly serious type of nerve root problem. Just google the first...
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Hi As you can see this next was copied from the FDA.Information for Healthcare Professionals: Concomitant Use of Ibuprofen and Aspirin New...
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could be a local infection. you may want to see a doctor.
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