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Read Useful Secrets About Breast Cancer by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 06 Apr 2009 7:16pm Taking note of changes in your breast contour? It could be nothing and at the same time it could be breast cancer, God forbid! But the only way to say is prompt medical check, if the physician thinks it is cancer then early treatments will do you some good. The exact cause of breast cancer is obscure but some risk factors have been spotted. ... Read on »
Cure Stage Fright with a Common Blood Pressure Pill by Dr. Gabe M. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:03pm Many people sweat profusely because they are nervous about appearing before an audience. An Inderal pill taken one half hour before public speaking or any other high-pressure event can prevent the sweating, shaking and other effects of stage fright. Inderal is a beta blocker commonly used to control blood pressure; it is a safe and very effect ... Read on »
Tobacca Chewing Woman and How I Got This Goose Egg On My Head by BPChicks Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 7:01pm Had a bad nite. A REALLY bad nite. I had a hard time going to sleep to begin with. I went to bed, got up, went to bed, got up, etc. During one of the “got up” times, my armpit was itching. When I scratched it, I found that I had some extremely dry skin. Checked the other armpit and same thing. I figured I’d better do something about it or ... Read on »
itches craters Canada Goose Outlet while destinations not to allowed to be by shiqu32 Posted Sat 24 Nov 2012 1:38am itches craters Canada Goose Outlet while destinations not to allowed to be i had majority of these very painful bangs and itches everywhere several other arse face the back of meet lower calf your in that respect there including within anyone near penile orifice. akin to I had said these kinds of products maybe scratch in addition to dama ... Read on »
Itching, can't see anything? by Dr. Gabe M. Medical Doctor Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 10:39am 1 Comment Itching can be caused by nerve damage associated with diabetes or lack of vitamin B12, skin diseases, an allergy to something touching the skin or inside your body or a hidden tumor or infection. See my report on neuropathy. Often doctors cannot find the cause. When more than one person in a family itches, the usually cause is scabies, a d ... Read on »
ITCH ITCH ITCH by Ken C. Patient Expert Posted Tue 20 Jul 2010 9:26pm I love running off road, on trails, or even off trails. Sort of like "Boldly going where no man has gone before." Well, where I was Sunday, no man should have gone. These creatures, which viewed in this enlarged state, look like something you might find in a sci-fi movie. This is a picture of a chigger enlarges 1,500 times it's actual size. Wer ... Read on »
Itch by sawling Medical Doctor Posted Wed 07 Jan 2009 6:04pm 5 Comments I hate itch. The moment you start scratching, the itch gets worse. Recently, I have developed a funny rash. The skin around my neck began to feel really itchy initially. I began scratching away, thinking that it is caused by my hair poking around my neck. However, the next day, my body began to itch. This time, I put it down to dry skin, sin ... Read on »
IMPETIGO BOUT: ITCHING & HEALING by PrettySmartOne .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 20 Jan 2014 8:02pm Lucky me! I slept with my “mystery metal watch” on, and woke up with “contact dermatitis” (or, what I call “rich girl syndrome”).  I know that goes away after a bit, so I ignored it. Only problem was: I ignored it on a conscious level, but I kept scratching it (probably because I put the watch back on the next day).  Voila! Impetigo! (okay, ... Read on »
An itch is an itch is an itch by Naomi M. Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Jan 2009 8:22pm Why I love and hate the Internet... This week Daniel had some strange sensations on his back and midriff. It was tingly and sensitive; almost felt like a sunburn, he said. So I go onto Google and type in all kinds of combinations of diabetes/skin sensitivity/tingling/pain. Google is a wonderful tool. I found all kinds of scary inf ... Read on »
itching by Donna Peach Patient Expert Posted Fri 28 Aug 2009 8:13pm Yesterday I started itching. Itching everywhere. No rash or other symptoms except uncomfortable itching all over–my scalp, my back, my arms, legs, hands, feet. I thought it had gone away today as I spent most of the day without the severe itching. This evening, though, since I left the office, I am again fiercely itching. What the hec ... Read on »