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This sounds funny, but my son (21 years old) has arthritis in his jaw with very similar symptoms.  Chewing, yawning, etc...  Call your...
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Not sure how to get back to this question.  I posted another question like this, but I can't find it.
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Hi Yes it does.Good Luck
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If your not a smoker then you need to go to the hospital now. Fluid collects around the heart which makes it hard to breathe. I have this problem and...
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details of the birth control your taking is needed possible side effects are depicted by the medication/brand you are currently using...
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Hi If this is something just happening, to me it sounds like you have trapped wind.Try taken some really strong peppermints or some peppermint caudal...
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Flu or not, your body still needs oxygen.....perhaps, even more so, when you are ill. Use the CPAP.  Breathing in moisture NEVER causes...
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Wow, how unfortunate. You and your mother have been through a great ordeal. Yes, there are natural foods, spices, beverages, fruits, and vitamins...
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Hi So if you think you have some kind of cancer, the only way you will ever find it, is through you doctor and not here.You need to get your...
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You might want to talk with your doctor about asthma.
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Yes if needed and this shouldn't keep you from living your life.
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Charts are available for assessing the results of the spirometer breathing testing. The normal values for lung capacity are based upon...
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Taking your evaluation to a higher level is wise, but remember there are many, many reasons for a diminished lung capacity. A pulmonologist is the...
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Fluid build-up about the lungs is referred to as pulmonary edema. Various organ failures can cause this fluid accumulation. One of the failing organs...
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