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The Purple Tongue by meredith Patient Expert Posted Tue 10 Nov 2009 10:02pm Yes, it's from Gentian Violet because Lynae has thrush. So far it worked pretty good but not all the way gone and I left it off a day and now it's coming back more, so we're back to purple a few more days. Unfortunately, when she gets a little around her lips and on her sweet pink lips... she then looks... blue in the mouth. AKA: dead. Not ... Read on »
The Purple People Eater by Stephanie B. Patient Expert Posted Tue 27 Jan 2009 6:30pm Aiden went to see Dr. Pediatrician this morning for the spots in his mouth. And it is thrush. She gave us two options for treatment - Nystatin or "Painting him purple." Nystatin is 2mL 4 times a day with a syringe. That isn't going to happen. Aiden HATES syringes. So, I asked how quickly the other stuff worked. Dr. Pediatrician said it wo ... Read on »
An alternative trend by Women's Work Patient Expert Posted Sun 14 Sep 2008 1:27pm I've been trying to figure out whom to credit -- or alternatively, blame, depending on the situation or my level of anxiety surrounding said situation. You see, I'm not sure how or when it started, really, but when it comes to health care I have found myself trending more toward the "alternative" than the " allopathic." Sometimes its an easy de ... Read on »
Yeast Infections and Pregnancy by WomensHealth .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm ANNOUNCER: Yeast infections are a common problem for women, and many think they know enough about the condition to treat it themselves. But most doctors agree that self-diagnosis isn't always a good idea. And for pregnant women...it's out of the question. BENSON HOROWITZ, MD: Pregnant women should never self-treat. We worry about drugs in pregna ... Read on »
429,128 lbs. feed for ruminant animals may have been contaminated with prohibited material Recall # V-258-2009 by Terry S. Patient Expert Posted Thu 03 Sep 2009 2:33pm ----- Original Message ----- From: "Terry S. Singeltary Sr." < flounder9@VERIZON.NET > To: < BSE-L@LISTS.AEGEE.ORG > S ent: Thursday, September 03, 2009 12:14 PM Subject: [BSE-L] 429,128 lbs. feed for ruminant animals may have been contaminated with prohibited material Recall # V-258-2009 -------------------- BSE-L@LISTS.AEGEE.ORG ---- ... Read on »
Is there a Bat Signal for hippies? by traveltothesky Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:04pm Comments (3) Because I could use some homeopathic help, yo.  This yeast monster appears to be here to stay.  It’s been a couple weeks and it’s lived through a prescription Diflucan and a round of Monistat.  I don’t usually have to deal with this sort of thing, so for me, this seems like a pretty epic infection.  And I can’t blame it on t ... Read on »
Aquaculture Navigates Through Troubled Waters by Environmental Health Posted Sun 31 May 2009 9:00pm Aquaculture Navigates Through Troubled Waters Formal Correction: This article has been formally corrected to address the following errors. Jump to Dav ... Read on »
Can Exercise Hurt Your Breast Milk? [A Study in Mother Guilt] by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Sun 05 Sep 2010 7:05pm A mother's love - they say that nothing is more powerful. (At least if you believe Harry Potter, which of course I do. I'm a sucker for green eyes.) So if this is true then I know the second most powerful force on the planet: A mother's guilt. Whether they hand it to you as you exit the hospital, a neat little package of the shame you car ... Read on »
Post Op by Azaera Posted Thu 13 Oct 2011 12:00am The surgery went well, although when we were in the pre-op room Skyler was hugging his daddy and he said "I'm scared" which threw us both off guard. I admit I shed a couple tears when they took him in to operate on him. When he woke up he was pretty cranky (understandably so) and they had warned us at the pre-op clinic that he would be very clin ... Read on »
Post Op by Azaera Posted Thu 13 Oct 2011 11:01am The surgery went well, although when we were in the pre-op room Skyler was hugging his daddy and he said "I'm scared" which threw us both off guard. I admit I shed a couple tears when they took him in to operate on him. When he woke up he was pretty cranky (understandably so) and they had warned us at the pre-op clinic that he would be very cling ... Read on »