Vomiting and Diarrhea.
Almost always a viral related illness. Usually goes away on it's own.
What to do at home:
Drink sips of water. Not large gulps. Aim for 8 ounces an hour. A few good sips during commericals is what I tell my patients.
It will probably go away but you might feel like hell for a day or so.
When to go to ...
As long as you are not pregnant shouldn't be a big deal.
Your birth control is not effective.
You shouldn't be spotting and your dose needs to be adjusted.
Of course you still will have a period while on your 7 day "blanks" and may have a little bleeding proir.
Anyway, your labia isn't going to fall off. And blood clots can ...
Umbilical hernias aren't dangerous as long as they can be reduced. Meaning pushed back in.
Your adipose tissue is on the outside of your abdominal wall and is not the direct cause of your hernia. Your weakened abdominal wall muscles however are the cause.
Your surgery will fix your hernia. Expect to be sore for a week or two after the procedure but...
You've had an extensive work up. So here's the deal.
Wear the boot if it helps.
The only pain medicine you can take is Motrin.
Do the best you can with the band.
Not the answer you want but it's the right one.
Don't know of any specific anti-virals for Chicken Pox. It is a Herpes virus so there are some repression antivirals. Will they help? If started in the first day or two of the rash---maybe. Will it hurt? Well your out the fifty bucks but it won't do you any damage.
If you've got the Pox, you don't need the vaccine.
Lipoma's are benign.
If you have good insurance and it really bugs you or is unsightly you can hire a surgeon to cut it out.
It's not the cause of your back pain and do all the cruches you can.
Paresthesias is the word you are looking for. It's a numbness in the extremities. Usually in the feet but sometimes the hands. There are many, many causes, some of them serious, some of them no big deal.
No big deal causes;
Sleeping on you arm: prolonged pressure on an extremity will make it numb.
Carpal Tunnel Sydrome: I love this because it'...
The "lump" is most likely a skin phenomena. Probably a blocked sweat gland (Sebacious cyst) or a blocked hair follicle. Keep the area clean and wash daily with dial soap and water.
You got screwed on the X-ray but the nurse practitioner felt like he/she had to "do something" to make you feel better. It also jacked up your bill.
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