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Not as long as you are drinking plenty of water/fluids to go along with them.
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Hi Of course your heart will start to play up, having this problem for so long, doctors been there yet? or doctor to you, even?Did you not bring up...
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You may be lactose intolerant.Sometimes lactose intolerance does not begin until we reach adulthood. Or, if present as a child, the condition may...
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it is better to take with water because with any other liquid it can take the strength down.
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Often times with liver disease, like cirrhosis, edema or what is often referred to as ascites occurs which means fluid accumulates in the abdominal...
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During the meals. This medication should be taken with food in your stomach.
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not really
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Yes, drinking fluids, especially sugar-sweetened or calorie-containing beverages can cause feelings of fullness resulting in decreased food intake...
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talk to a nutritionist. instead of using diet product or meal replacement product, you should cook healthy meal using fresh products for balanced...
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I have lower abdominal cramps.  Have been taking antibiotics and now I have a black stool.  Is this normal?
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Hi, Its the same thing, but just worded differently.Good Luck
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COULD BE A NUMBER OF THINGS. SUGGEST SEEING GASTROLOGIST AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. MOST LIKELY COLONOSCOPY AND ENDOSCOPY (UPPER GI) WILL BE SUGGESTED...
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There could be a variety of reasons you don't feel full.  It can be related to the type of food you eat, learned habits and psychological...
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There are no height-enhancing drugs or diets. Any claims that this can help would be false. This young man should have a consultation with a...
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It might be a food allergy or sensitivity. My cheeks and ears get red and hot after I eat wheat, but also sometimes randomly. I think its probably a...
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