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Hi So you had an maxofacal, but for what, as you have not been smoking for that long, perhaps now would be a good time to say no more.Just think...
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Hi Have a read of this link its from the UK's NHS, all about Priapism, it will either help or not.http://www.nhs...
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I've had mine removed just over 2 years ago, and still have problems with mostly eating certain foods.  Nothing to heavy, and definitely no...
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I'm sorry for your dad's bad surgical experience. I know how it is to have a family member who had surgery and also had a foreign object...
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My husband underwent two hernia surgeries a few years apart.  He experienced different levels of pain post surgery each time.  Some of the...
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The Endometrium    The endometrium plays an important role in a woman's fertility cycle. During childbearing years, it averages...
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Well with a very very low level like that you should be good to go.
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These are good questions to discuss with your surgeon or his nurse. I applaud your gathering information in advance so you can plan ahead.Some...
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I have never heard that dogs get influenza, nor need flu vaccines.  Dogs do need several different immunizations, but as far as I know...
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Complications of a mastoidectomy include: facial nerve paralysis or weakness (a rare complication caused by facial nerve injury)sensorineural...
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Based on limited observations, renal cancers appear to grow approximately 1 cm (1/2 inch) in diameter per year.
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You would need to have a consultation with a urologist. A specialist will need to see your scarring first-hand before discussing any cosmetic...
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Yes, if you've tried everything  else to lose weight without success,  you should consider gastric bypass surgery. Be...
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