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This is DEFINATELY hypochondria....you DONT have ALS. I thought I did too and it led to me believing a load of other things. Stop thinking about it...
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Often times with liver disease, like cirrhosis, edema or what is often referred to as ascites occurs which means fluid accumulates in the abdominal...
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Hi Check your urine, if this has sperm in it then your getting retrograde ejaculation, this means your sperm is going backwards into your bladder...
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It is definitely possible. My fiancé had a colostomy (removal of a section of intestines due to diverticulitis). It was reversed in April 2013. About...
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I am sorry for your conditions not being resolved through non-invasive treatments. Shoulder pain, locking, and weakness sounds like a miserable way...
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Probably because 18mm is equal to 1.8 cm and 1 cm is equal to 2.54 inches.   Sooooo, 1.8 cm is almost equal to 5 inches.  It...
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i have low vitamin d so my doctor put me on 2 vitamin d3 2000 iu's (international units) a day but yes if it is low those pains will relate to...
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Hi, OK keep to pads till your period is over, it could be a yeast infection causing your problem, ok 3 ways you can go over the counter drugs, see...
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In and by itself, an axial temperature of 96.9 for a 14 year girl is considered to be within a normal range.The so called average human body...
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Hi It would have been so nice if you had given your age, see age helps a lot when trying to work out what's wrong with you.Nocturnal erections...
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Yes, it is possible that you had a heart attack. Undiagnosed heart attacks happen frequently and can be serious. Some studies suggest that up to 25%...
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Hi Here's a very good link for CTS from the NHS in the UK, covers all the side effects your now getting.I have had CTS in both hands both were...
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Hi, Your age would have helped, and your sex.So I would say your a women, and you have been going through your menopause, all the symptoms do read...
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Teething is a process, and getting that first tooth can take longer in some children. The lack of drooling is really not clinically significant, but...
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