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Some sh!t hot facts here :- https://uk.news.yahoo.com/poop-pooping-5-misconceptions-explained-132823892.html#CA2HwxU HEALTH WARNING: Do not read over a meal :)...
Four years ago, I stopped smoking. Has such a stressy day today, and I am desperate for a cigarette. Managed to resist so far, but I am glowingly aware that I could still buy some. I haven't eaten, 2...
How bad does your eyesight have to be for the optician to refer to hospital saying he can't do any more for the patient? This is my youngest daughter's 4 year old son I am talking about....
Has anyone tried it? Was it effective?
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The past 2 weeks I just feel I want to sleep during the day, even after a couple of hours of getting up in the morning. I was at my grandsons birthday party yesterday and couldn't wait to get home as...
I fell over in January and got a lovely big black bruise at the top of my thigh. It really was quite painful even after the bruise appeared. My query is, why after nearly 3 months, my thigh still...
I may be put on a aromtase inhibitor (hormone therapy) for a e/p marker breast tumor, along with radiation. I need to choose between that treatment and a bilateral masectomy. The aromtase inhibitor...
Why do some of my finger nails curl over at the tip if I grow them a little? Is it a deficiency?...
I'll be going with someone later today for this. Are there any questions we should ask?
Morning. I have a swollen eye which is slightly sore when I blink. The skin below the eye is slightly discoloured and puffy. The eye doesn't feel as though it has anything in it but it looks a bit...
Have been told by my dentist that I need 'deep clean' periodontal work as I have gum disease. Anyone had this and if so is it painful - my dentist says it will be done under local anaesthetic but am...
a very good friend of mine has brain tumors and was told by the hospital after her latest scan some bad news. They have told her the tumor she has had got bigger and there are new ones now. So there...
I do at least 70 Puzzles a week and tend to sit in the conservatory leaning over a low coffee table. I know this is a bad posture and with a historic back problem I am now really suffering but don't...
can anybody let me know of any medication (other than Midodrine) that treats low blood pressure thank you
Just a quick question to put out there. I have not had a period now for over 14 months, having my own little heat waves & weight gain, so I know that I am in the full throws of Menopause. My question...
...and keep her company for 3 or 4 hours on a weekday afternoon?
Any ABrs tried a clinical health trial targeted on a specific ailment or condition? Pros & Cons? http://www.clinlife.co.uk/lpg/1419?gclid=CPqXmsmt2r0CFQEXwwodZ1YAMQ Thanks in advance for your...
I had a swollen foot which was gradually getting better after ice packs and light physio over the last few months It was diagnosed as strained metatarsals. But yesterday the physiotherapist gave me an...
I have been getting really itch legs the last few days, mainly evenings rather than the day and seems to be worse when I am cold. I cannot relate it to change of washing powder or use of any new...
Toe is still not any better despite having my antibiotics being changed. I finish them tomorrow - should I go back and finish the Flucloxacillin which was making a dent in the healing of my toe?...

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