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Yes, and yes. Children can get HPV, sometimes through birth, and this can result in HPV in a child's throat or larynx for example (laryngeal...
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Without the ability to both see and feel this lump, it would be a blind guess to make a determination on what it might be. My guess.....and it is a...
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Rash can be caused by a food allergy. Even though your son's diet hasn't changed, doesn't mean he can't develop a food allergy. Or...
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Yes, you can do this, but remember that a fever -- especially a mild one in a child -- is actually HELPFUL in fighting a virus. A fever is the one of...
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No, unfortunately, While there may be available herpetic assay levels, this will not indicate the duration of the virus in you body.
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You absolutely could have gotten from him. Speak to your dr about the ways it is transmitted. 
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Hello, since there is bacteria and you were sick, there is a possibility that it could cause you a eye infection, but it sounds like you took care of...
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Hi, A cold is a mild viral infection of the nose, throat, sinuses and upper airways OKAnd don't even think antibiotics, as the say feed a cold...
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You are very, very wise to ask this question. While most babies survive RSV just fine, no one wants to put their infant through the horrible symptoms...
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First, the vast majority of people who think they have "the flu" (influenza) do not, and not all viral infections are the same.  Non...
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No, if you had a positive herpes test, it is most likely positive....having a yeast infection will not adversely effect this DNA test. Vaginal yeast...
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It is difficult to comment on patient-specific treatments since I do not have any of the facts of your case. I can say that Keflex will NOT treat any...
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Hi Its only if you have something, that you can spread it, but as your sneezing you could be spreading a cold around.Good Luck
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No. The flu vaccine in shot form is not a LIVE vaccine. You cannot spread influenza from the shot, nor can you spread a disease you do not...
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