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Pregnancy can really mess with a lady's emotions.  There's literally a storm going on inside her right now.  Honestly, it might be...
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I honestly suggest you go to your doctor right away and explain to him/her whats going on and your symptoms. See what medications they could give you...
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The germs aren't going to live for more than a few days at most, since germs need moisture to live just as everything else does.  Hopefully...
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Heat it up really well and it should be fine.  That would kill any bacteria the dog might have brought to the soup.
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It used to be said that "when it dried, it died", but that is not always true for some micro-organisms which can remain dormant for hours...
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You need to see an ENT specialist. If an ENT diagnosed you, then perhaps, see a different ENT for a second opinion. There is really nothing that can...
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My dog died of something with similar conditions.
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Hi Sperm in your mouth is the wrong environment for it, most of would die, but then you swallowed it, so you should be OKBut if you do keep doing...
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No, I would not advise giving water at night. At nine months, water should only be given as sips during the day. The bulk of fluid at this age should...
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Not good oral hygiene could do the trick but it could also be a underlining medical infection if it persist or if it is consistent its better to...
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Hi Well she either is pregnant or she is not, it would really depend on just how much the was to saliva, as saliva kills sperm.All you can do is ask...
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Based on the limiting information you have posted, you may have a TMJ disorder (temporal-mandibular joint). See a dentist or oral surgeon that...
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Any form of unprotected sex has it's risk, if the person could have a sexually-transmitted disease. While it is true that your risk may be...
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Studies tend to support that herpes can be transmitted during non-outbreak periods. Unfortunately, there is no way to know if the infected person is...
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Hi Would  this be HIV by any chance?Just answer through, Answer This , above. 
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