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Many times an injury to a tooth causes it to bleed internally and discolor the tooth when the blood starts to age.  Take her to a dentist to prevent permanent staining of this tooth-the discoloration
Can Panic attacks/ anxiety attacks cause discoloration of your fingernails? by David M. Patient Expert just under that. So is this caused by panic/ anxiety attacks or is it something more serious than that? Discoloration of the fingernails is usually caused by a variety microorganisms. However, it can also be the panic attacks...
Jaundice as a cause of autism? Probably not. by Kev Leitch Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven has previously published on biliruben (the substance which causes jaundice). They present a number of confounders... and that previous study. Another online letter is even more direct: Neonatal Jaundice Does Not Cause Autism...
There are 7 conditions associated with bruising or discoloration, itching or burning and vaginal dryness. Bruise or contusion: Bruises, or contusions, cause skin discoloration, swelling and tenderness...
More likely than not, overgrowth of the little bumps on the tongue's surface has led to the discoloration.  The sores & blisters are more concerning for an (auto)immune disorder.  I suggest that you see
How to Heal Blemishes, Acne, Skin Discoloration and Scars Naturally by Tera W. Patient Expert of something.  But it was made to also put on undiluted.  Cause sometimes, also if you wake up, you know in the morning and you’re... – which I can’t remember.  Is it Melasma?  When you get the discoloring that’s sort of brown on the facd, and it’s...
Linea Nigra and the “Mask of Pregnancy”: Skin Discoloration during Pregnancy by findingeve Patient Expert determined what exactly causes linea nigra, and its causes my vary from person to person.  The linea nigra... is usually referred to as the “mask of pregnancy,” though its technical name is melasma .  Melasma is a discoloration...
Zombies, Rug Burns, and Discolored Dead Guys... by CrustyAmbulanceDriver .. Healthy Living Professional out some damaged caused by the sellers when they were moving out. She thought it was odd that the dog... of dead, discolored flesh. Chest Pains Gone Bad 12:11 Responded to the home of a 62 y/o HM CO chest...
Last Chance to Take Our 10-Day Natural Beauty Makeover for FREE (And Help Us Kick Cover Girl to the Cancer-Causing Curb!) by Tera W. Patient Expert Watchers Don't Want You To Know How to Heal Blemishes, Acne, Skin Discoloration and Scars Naturally... Leaky Gut Syndrome: Symptoms, Causes & Solutions 10 Reasons Pregnant Women Should Eat More Figs! 3...
Potiga (Ezogabine): Drug Safety Communication - Linked To Retinal Abnormalities And Blue Skin Discoloration by FDA : FDA is warning the public that the anti-seizure medication Potiga (Ezogabine) can cause blue skin discoloration and eye abnormalities characterized by pigment changes in the retina. FDA does not currently know...

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