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Hi As it was wood he may well have a splinter in it, that's why the red streak could be there, it could ne sign of infection.Try doing a sea salt...
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Hi Found you this on ask the doctor.Shingles (also called herpes zoster) is an infection of a nerve area caused by the varicella-zoster virus. Anyone...
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There's no reason to judge you, it's a valid question.   The vagina is self cleaning, some of that discharge happens naturally to...
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Sea salt won't harm you if a little gets inside your vagina, but it might sting a bit because of the salt in the scratch or tear.  If it...
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Amphetamine salts are the short acting version.  Basically it starts working as soon as it's absorbed by your stomach, which is about how...
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If you aren't having a lot of pain, you are probably not suffering from dry socket.  Dry socket is when the clot is lost, and the clot...
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A visit to a doctor would be a good idea, because unusual salt cravings can actually be a sign of at least one disorder.  I'm not saying...
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No, but hot Epsom salt soaks will help sooth sore muscles.
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I have no way of evaluating the severity of this cut or fissure on your vagina, or take a more detailed medical history to help narrow down the...
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Hi You could do but if you happy with the way things are going I would not bother, its not good to just keep pumping antibiotics into your body...
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The ENT did not likely cause your tinnitus, but that wisdom tooth certainly can do it, but a wisdom tooth problem would not be likely to cause your...
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I have found that cuts or sores in my mouth heal better when I keep my mouth scrupulously clean.  I always gently brush my teeth and...
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Dietary factors, such as salt and caffeine, are not causes of vertigo but they could be triggers or make it worse, especially if the vertigo is...
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A salt substitute should not be a problem. Remember that salt is an acquired taste, so it can take time to "un-acquire" it. Don't use...
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