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I glanced at a halogen light, in the ceiling above my room, while it was off. Suddenly it switched on and I had this large flash in my eye. After about 4 hours, I have little blurry vision and slight pain in both my eyes. I washed my eyes with water after the accident. Should I do something else?
My mother she was driving a car and unfortunately there was an accident in which her right leg get fractured this incident was happened in 2007 bcoz of the accident she had taken a lot of medicines as prescribed by the orthopedic the doctor who done the operation has done it but unfortunately the rod which was inserted in the leg was thin and not in size and bcoz of it after one year again a operation was done in which the old rod was removed and the new one of exact size was fitted and bcoz of it after some days my mother leg was paining and there was an infection means there was suppurate was coming out of it and to heel this third time the rod was removed and than the operation was successful from that time my mother is facing constipation and taking medicines she's body get swel up my mother has concerned with doctors regarding but nothing happens so I request you to pls help us.
There is a blister/ulcer on the side of newly coming wisdom tooth. I don't take any tobacco products and I am also a non alcoholic. Could it be cancer because my father was also having cancer. Please help me.
Hello My father in Law was a CA Lung Patient. His treatment started on April 2014. After 4th Chemotherapy with cisplatin and pemetrexed medicine Doctor suggests him to start Oral Medicine Gefitinib on the basis of EGFR Positive Report. After 1 year 3 months i. E. December 2015 again Plural effusion started in lung for that he was suffering with coughing till today 08-02-2016. Doctors have drain out the water inside the lung and suggested three cycle of chemotherapy and changed his medicine and started with 2nd line chemotherapy i. E. Carboplatin 600 mg and Paclitaxel 260 mg. On 11-01-2016 and second cycle on 01-02-2016. His third cycle will be on 22-02-2016. He yet not reduced his weight and appetite. Only frequent coughing is creating problem at night also. He has taken all kind of medicines and antibiotics whenever Doctors prescribed but still its not cured. Please suggest some remedies.
Its very cold weather here and I am suffering from cold ,cough ,bad nose (at times running, at times blocked). I wanted to know some simple daily steps which I can follow to increase my immunity and bear the cold weather and chilly winds.please advice.
Uncontrolled hair fall since 4 months and I lost my weigh 5 kg in last 2 month. And hair fall is at one spot on head and it increases the spots.
I didn't masturbate for 10 days now. Now I am going to continue it. Is it create any side effects for me. Now I am 20 years old.
Baby 17 days ka hai. Premechure baby 34 week ka hai. Problem ye hai ke ek to weight kam hai. Dusra mother feed nhi karwa pa rahi kyuki nippal ander hai. Use lectojan de rahe hai katori chhamach se. Baby jaisa janam ke samay that. Waise he dikhta hai. Weight badane ke liye kya kare. Cow ka milk de sakte hai kya. Hindi me answer de.
I am 19 years and will be turning 20 in march, My weight is very less and how much ever i eat i don't gain weight, What can i do to gain weight in an effective manner ?and on the other hand i get a lot of sleep and i want to reduce. Is there any solution for the same ?
Asthmatic patients often find that the frequency and intensity of asthma attacks increase with a change in weather, as the challenges two-fold for asthmatic patients. If they are indoors, they inhale triggers such as dust mites, mould etc. and if they step outdoors, the outside air acts as a trigger for an asthmatic attack. However, there are ways to make your life easier.
- Curb allergy triggers inside your house: While you can’t do much about the weather, you can control the environment inside your house. Limit your time around pets that could trigger an attack and try keeping them outside the bedroom. Use dust proof covers on mattresses and pillows and changes your bedding regularly. Though it may look cosier, avoid using a lot of pillows and throw cushions on your bed. Clean and replace the filters of your home’s heating or cooling system before you start it up for the first time. The filters should also be regularly checked and cleaned throughout the winter.
- Ventilate the house: Keep your house dry and cool at all times to prevent the growth of mould and dust mites. To do this, run an exhaust fan in the bathroom while having a shower and in the kitchen while cooking. As far as possible, do not dry clothes indoors.
- Avoid too cold or too hot air: As far as possible avoid going outdoors especially on windy days. Instead of going for a walk outdoors, exercise at home or in a gym. When you go outdoors, drape a scarf over the lower half of your face to cover your nose and mouth. This will ensure that you do not breathe in too cold air or too hot air.
- Breathe correctly: As children, we’re told to keep our mouths closed. Not only is this good social etiquette, but it also prevents you from breathing through your mouth. The nostrils have tiny hair inside them that act as filters and keep dust particles and pollen from being inhaled. This also warms up the air while being inhaled. Thus avoid breathing through your mouth and instead only breathe through your nose.
- Take your medications: Create an effective plan of action to be followed in case of an asthmatic attack and get regular check-ups throughout the season. If you notice your symptoms worsening as the weather gets colder, talk to a doctor about changing your medication and its dosage. Do not skip your medication or stop it unless your doctor tells you to.