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Of course you're scared. Cavalier and vague statements were made to you concerning a serious medical condition. Difficult as it may be, please...
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Yes, you can still take a temperature rectally, but with modern thermometers, it is not really necessary.  A rectal temperature of 100.6 is NOT...
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Hi And yes you should, they could get bad and infected if you don't, and that, you don't need.Good Luck
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Hi OK I know its very hard when you sitting about, but your not left with a lot in the way of exercise, apart from knitting, carpet making, but did...
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 possibly hemorrhoids,
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I don't know
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Do you detox your system every season three to four times a year also are you drinking plenty of water and watch what you eat
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No.
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Hi, No but internal haemorrhoids would give you bleeding, cant see how fish oil would do that, unless it still had some very big bones in it.Any help...
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Yes, a yeast infection, can do this. Rather than assume they are both connected, you would be wise to see your medical provider for an examination...
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I think you are talking about PROSTATITIS -- a prostate infection/inflammation that can have many causes. The treatment depends on the presumed cause...
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Hi Any blood coming from anywhere, that should not be there, and your rectum is one of them.You really need to see your doctor or get to an ER...
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Hi The usual way of testing your appendix is the finger up your anus, they can fill it by doing that, but its normally well greased up so...
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Your treatment depends on the cause of orchitis. In most cases where orchitis is caused by epididymitis, treatment is an oral antibiotic such as...
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It may be a pilonidal sinus tract, but this is just a guess, since I do not know anything about you, your medical history, etc.
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