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Hi, It sounds like you are having a very tough time. I would highly recommend that you either call your doctor right away or go to the hospital. It...
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The best answer to your question is this: Consult your physician.You're smart to think about the "blood thinning" properties of over...
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Hi If your hair has gone the way your saying, try this, get some real good extra virgin olive oil, your massage this into your hair and leave it for...
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Coming off of painkillers is harder due to addictive properties of them.  If swelling is an option naproxen 550 mg will help as will ibuprofen...
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I would try to see a neurologist, and at least get a CATscan,once you've seen your doctor.  I have no experience with those symptoms, but my...
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I'm sorry to hear you're going through this, but I'm glad you've already taken steps to get a diagnosis.If you're experiencing a...
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I do not know anything about you or your medical history, but based solely on the brief information in your question, I would say that worsening pain...
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We have several friends who are bipolar and they do not steal. There is no relationship to her stealing to the bipolar disorders....she just steals...
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I have no way of knowing the accuracy of your diagnosis, but Swimmer's ear is usually not treated so aggressively. Since I do not know what you...
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also just to add I have a twin brother who is less active than I am and has an episode one time every six months brought on in same manner either...
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I have been in your position and I know how you feel, however I am going to repeat what my Dr., whom I get suboxone from, told me just last week...
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As much as I would like to answer your call for help, it is not possible for me to blindly diagnose or treat you over the Internet, so the next and...
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According to the CDC, 82% of Americans take at least one medication & 29% of us take five or more. Each year seven hundred thousand ER...
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Topical analgesics are creams, ointments, and balms that are rubbed onto the skin where you have joint pain. Most are available without a...
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Most people with back pain don't need these powerful painkillers. Many just use non-addictive medications like Tylenol or nonsteroidal anti...
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