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Thick Kodava Kanne (Coorg style thick dal curry) by Niyaprakash Patient Expert Thick Kodava KanneA tasty dal curry, goes well with rice .. Basic recipe from Coorg Cuisine... Salt to taste (or 1/2 teaspoon) Jaggery - 1 - 3 teaspoon (or to taste)Boiled thick dalFor ...
The Curative Effects of Honey by Methods of Healing Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Honey is the thick, sweet by-product of bees and has been used as a healthy alternative to sugar..., their saliva turns that nectar into honey. In addition to being a natural sweetener, there has been a lot...
.     Your endometrium or uterine lining can also be thick(er) depending upon your time of month.  At the time... or is your uterine lining.  However, if you're post-menopausal, then a thick endotmetrium is actually...
it is probably just your uterine lining
Mick, interesting question.  Eating starch is not going to make your blood thicker any more than drinking water is going to make your blood thinner. 
  Hi, That is one of the defining signs of a diverticulitis flare up. Once the inflammation goes down the bowel wall gets normal again. Repeated attacks of diver can make the bowel wall go the other way and can make it
You could have a yeast infection.. have you gone to your physican?
I assume you mean this most recent menstrual cycle stopped (not that you're in menopause).  Unless there's a foul odor or pelvic pain, most likely this is due to a minor shift in your hormone balance or vaginal pH, and will r
I would call your OBGYN and schedule an appointment for your doctor to examin you to see what's the cause of your belly pain.  Could be anything really.
no... those are normal symptoms of the rapid rise of progesterone that happens in the last half of your cycles (after ovulation).

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