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There is a reason or reasons, but the cause may not be apparent. If you are having a nose bleed from the same side then it may be the same bleeding...
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Hi Well it sounds like his nose is just very sore, try ice packing it.Try him on some antihistamine's these should help him, then he needs to be...
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OMG yes! I would bring my child to the hospital! And at least call your Dr.
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don't drink with meals sit up after eating for an hour don't drink before you lay down eat small portions avoid foods that produce more acid...
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Stop freaking out. The chance of you getting an amoebic infection from shower water in your nose would be highly, highly unlikely...unless you are...
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I know of someone who sustained head trauma and never had it checked- he was found dead five weeks later and after the autopsy the first question the...
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Hi Try this link it could help you.http://www.badgerbalm.com/s-33-zinc-oxide-sunscreen-nanoparticles.aspxJust copy into google to open and read.Good...
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R.I.P guy that's f**king gonna die soon
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The two medications are compatible, but many clinicians do not use antihistamines in children who have ear infections since this can thicken the...
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I've read it does, as does dry air, or nose veins that are very close to the surface. I would get the physical side checked out first, by a dr.
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I know you believe the problem is sinus drainage, but has anyone evaluated you for acid reflux?I mention this because people (especially those with...
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Unless you touch bodily fluid, tissue, or saliva of the animal with broken skin, like a cut or scrape of something like that, you're safe.
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Apparently, Dr. Oz just did a piece about "The Triangle of Death"--that area from between your eyes to just below the corners of your mouth...
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You may have sustained a small corneal abrasion from this incident. Corneal abrasions heal quickly but are at risk for a secondary infection....and...
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You may have created a worse problem because of your overuse of a nasal decongestant that is only recommended to be use for a few days....not a year...
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