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Hi, Below arte two links that should be of help for you. http://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/a1c-test/basics/results/prc-20012585 http://www...
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The type of pneumonia you are referring to by the lay term "walking pneumonia" is either viral or caused by an organism called mycoplasma...
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You may have nerve damage to your siatic nerve, or you may have poor circulation,or a blood clot.
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Hi OKI looking from the outside, the relationship is over, he is now just using you as a sex machine, next time he comes calling with his penis in...
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Hi Don't just sit there with her, ER ASAPBest way.Good Luck
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Hi You have strained yourself, just lay off sport till its gone, then things will be OKGood Luck
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Hi! I really think you should consult a doctor for this since I'm not a medical professional I don't want to give advice that might hurt you...
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As a psychiatric-mental health nurse, I would consider seeing a psychiatrist. It could possibly still be hallucinations. The sooner medications...
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Elevating the legs can help to instantly relieve pain. A doctor may also instruct a patient to elevate the legs above the heart three or four time a...
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I think it's normal as long as the child isn't showing any discomfort while crawling or playing. Does the child try to stand or walk at all?...
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Have you had your blood iron levels tested? Based on your description of symptoms, you may have restless leg syndrome, which current research states...
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I used to have a desk job and with my cardiac history it was recommended that I get up every hour to stretch and move. Swelling will occur as we cut...
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Hi, Since the advent of penicillin in the 1940s, a major preoccupation in the treatment of streptococcal tonsillitis has been the prevention of...
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