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Mujhe baar baar toilet jana padta hai. Din me kam se kam 6 ya 7 baar. Kuch bhi khate hi. Wajan bhi kam ho Gaya hai. Kamjor bhi ho. Khaya peeya kuch nahi lgta. My age 33. Tnx.
Respected sir I am 18 years old and my weight is 72kilogram and I want to reduce my weight what should I do.
I have not been able to sleep for last 5 days. I am having headache, lots of family tension. I am tried lot of medicine but it does not work. My weight is loss from 65 to 62. Please suggests me what should I do.
Now my wife is pregnant. Last menses date was 14th September but we checked hcg strip on 24th October was negative and re checked 1st November was positive. Now has small bleeding 2 - 3 days so Consult start iv progesterone injections weekly. How old our baby and which consium it.
Colored marks, which are present on the skin since birth or develop soon after birth are called birthmarks. They can be of many sizes, colors and shapes. Some of them are present on the surface, while a few of them are raised over the skin surface.
Here are some common types of birthmarks:
- Salmon patches: These birthmarks are most commonly found. They are flat and thin and are mostly present on the back of the neck, the upper lips, eyelids and in some cases, between the eyebrows. They are usually pale pink or reddish in colour and fade within a year. However, those which are on the nape of the neck might stay and become permanent marks.
- Congenital moles: Congenital moles appear at birth. They are usually brown in colour and can be of different sizes. While some moles appear as a single mark, others can appear clustered in groups. The moles which become larger, however, need close observation because there remains a possibility of them becoming cancerous later on in life.
- Cafe-au-lait spots: They are smoother than other types of patches. They are present from birth and may develop more during childhood. Usually, these spots are not found in the neck or shoulders, but rather at the legs or torso. It is generally not a health scare. However, if these spots appear in clusters and occur in the armpits accompanied with freckles, they might be suggestive of neurofibromatosis later in life.
- Mongolian Spots: They are usually present in babies who are born with darker skins. Mongolian spots usually fade by the time the baby has reached school-going age.
- Venous Malformations: These are very rare birthmarks which are formed because of the abnormalities in the veins. These are usually bigger than other birthmarks and need to be treated by a process which is known as 'embolization'. This involves treating the malformation with a solution, thus putting a clog in the blood vessels and shrinking the mark.
I have not cure periods at the time. It will late and once it will come then it not be stopped. What I should do?
I have pain in my both the knee, my wt is 94 kg, and height is 5.10, Age 55, while walking have no problem but if stand more than 15 min, knee gets something lock. If I seat more than half an hour swelling on the feet. If I take the medicine pain killer don't pain. Humble request please advice.
I am 20 years old girl. I did not had periods for last 3 month. And since this problem is from my first period. When it started. And due to this m gaining weight .i did the treatment also .homeopathic and allopathic but then do .my periods are irregular .what should I do .m very tense.
If you become aware that a loved one was induced with hypothermia to improve the survival rate after an in-hospital cardiac arrest, it would make one concerned and worried. As you must be knowing that hypothermia is a particular condition wherein the human body has an abnormally low temperature. This condition can be a typically hazardous situation and can even lead to death in extreme cases. If so, then why is it done? To gain a better insight in this regard, let’s attempt at understanding the process.
How is it practiced?
This treatment procedure is known as targeted temperature management or therapeutic hypothermia and is used in only selected patients after the incidence of an in-hospital cardiac arrest. This induced hypothermia has proved to significantly improve the rates of neurologically intact survival on a long-term basis. This treatment procedure may prove to be one of the most important clinical progressions regarding the science of resuscitation.
Who can receive the treatment?
This treatment of induced hypothermia is beneficial for the intubated patients where the treatment is started within six hours after the occurrence of cardiac arrest. It is also suitable for the patients who can maintain their systolic blood pressure more than 90 mm of Hg with or without the use of presser after the occurrence of cardiopulmonary resuscitation. It can also be beneficial to the patients in coma particularly at the time of cooling.
Who can be at risk for this treatment?
This treatment of induced hypothermia can involve a lot of risks and hence proper care before the treatment is essential. There are possible risks of bleeding and infection of the patients who have undergone a recent surgery within a time span of 14 days. There is a slight chance of increase of infection in the patients with sepsis. If the patient was in a coma from other causes like intoxication from drug or if the condition of coma pre-exists in the patient before the cardiac arrest, then this treatment can be harmful. If the patient is known to have bleeding diathesis or with an active bleeding that is ongoing, this treatment would be detrimental since this may impair the system of blood clotting.
Is the treatment useful or harmful?
This is a highly difficult question to answer since the treatment has both positive and negative effects at the same time. It is seen that if all conditions of the patients are studied in detail before the treatment of induced hypothermia, it can have a positive effect on the patients and they can recover well. But there are also studies that suggest there could be neutral or adverse effects due to this process.
Hence, to conclude, the scientific community is looking at conducting more randomised clinical trials to obtain more clarity in this regard and to adopt it as a standard practice as the results show positive outcomes.
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