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I am 17 year old, I have split ends have cut my hair 3-4 times but still the problem is not going. what should I do? please help me.
One day I was in my friend house. I used to go there on daily basics and stay for sometimes there. I was very familiar with them. One day they were taking some food. They offered me but I refuse to take. I was teaching a small girl of that house. But my eyes were going to that food and to those members who were taking that food. One of them noticed that. And she was whispering and telling that matter to another. They were laughing. I tried to control that matter by stopping my breathe. I felt very nervous. One of those were splitting. I felt he was splitting at me. From that day who splits. I feel that he or she is splitting at me. When I see a mad people at road I feel I will also be mad. I was going to far from my family and friends. Then I go for a psychiatrist treatment. And she prescribe me sulpitac 50 mg and fludac 20 mg. After some days I felt extra sensibility and thats why my doctor ask me to left fludac 20.
How can preponed or postponed my periods? My last periods were on 21st and I have a trip planned this month from 19th to 21st?
I'm suffering from severe hair fall and I'm 20. I can observe male bald patterns at the front. Suggest some techniques or medications to stop my hair fall and regrow my hair back on the front portions.
Hi, From last 2.5 years my periods last only for 1.5 - 2 days but I get my periods regularly. So to overcome this 9 months I was in allopathy medication and from last 1 year I'm taking homeopathy medicines- Ashoka Q and Natrum muriaticum 200X. But these has not make any difference in my menstrual cycle. I have done pelvic sonography CBC and thyroid test also and the reports are normal. Recently one homeopathic doctor told me to stop talking medicines as I get my periods regularly every month and for scanty bleeding he said it may be due my body pattern and said it is absolutely normal. I'm confused what to do now. Please help.
I am 62 yrs old young man suffering of 1) instant anger 2) Drowsy/sleeping whol eday even after having full-night sleep 3) snoring with loud sound 4) sexual dissatisfaction due to early ejaculation Body weight 84kg and Height 1.72m BP 140mm / 95-100mm No diabetic once suffered/operated for Heart rhythm disorder.
My weight is 8 kg and thyroid is 6.95.how can I loss my weight and I'm 24 year old girl. Suggest me any treatment or something else.
I had an arm fracture and underwent a surgery 1 year ago. Previously my weight was 68 now withing 4 months I've gained 15 kg. My doctor have advised not to do any weight lifting exercise for 1 half years and I am feeling. My work is mostly desk based and my only exercise os a 20 min elliptical cycling 4 times a week, but still I am gaining more weight every month. Is this because of not doing enough of exercise or could be because my diet is wrong.
This is a disease that affects the large intestine and the rectum. The Ulcerative Colitis refers to the inflammation in the innermost lining of the large intestine. The main function of the large intestine is to absorb water from indigestible food matter in the body before throwing away any waste. Hence, the large intestine is a vital part of our body. If left untreated, the disease increases risk of colon cancer.
- Diarrhea with blood or pus: A person suffering from Ulcerative Colitis is likely to suffer from loose stools accompanied with blood or pus.
- Stomach pain and Cramping: In many cases, patients complain of severe stomach pain and cramping.
- Rectal pain: At times, many patients feel pain while sitting or even after a bowel movement.
- Bleeding from the rectum: Bleeding can be observed while passing stools.
This disease can be diagnosed by several methods. A simple stool test may be done to check out for bacteria and parasites. A blood test to check the level of C-reactive protein helps determine the inflation rate of the body. Endoscopy, colonoscopy, biopsy are some other methods of diagnosis.
- Oral medication: Treatment involves drug therapy or surgery. The first step in treating Ulcerative Colitis will be an intake of anti-inflammatory drugs, but these may have a side effect. Another option is immune system suppressors, which help to bring down the inflammation by suppressing the immune system response. Antibiotics, anti-diarrheal medications, pain relievers are some of the additional drug supplements recommended by doctors.
- Surgery: Surgery plays an important role because this disease is pre-malignant in nature. Depending on the severity of the condition, the medical practitioner may advice surgery. The common methods of surgery are:
- Proctocolectomy and Ileostomy: Proctocolectomy involves removal of the colon in part or whole. Ileostomy is carried out by placing a special bag in the small intestine to collect waste from the body.
- Proctocolectomy and Ileo-anal: Ileo-anal pouch is a bag directly created the small intestine and connected to the anus, for diffusing the stools. As colon is removed Ulcerative Colitis cannot re-occur.
Precautions after surgery
It is very important that the patient takes healthy, sufficient and nutritious food so that bowel movement can be carried out with ease and zero strain. The patient has to restrict lifting of heavy grocery, mowing the lawn, any physical activity that can strain the abdomen and related areas. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a General Surgeon.
At the wee hours, when you experience a discomfort in your chest you tend to fear it is a heart attack. Though it may not necessarily be what you think, what you as a heart attack, it may actually be an angina attack.
Knowing the difference between a heart attack and an angina attack takes you a step further in dealing with either of the attacks.
Let’s get the basics right
Angina attack is a sign of coronary artery syndrome. Angina is characterized by pressure, squeezing tightness, heaviness, or pain in your chest. It can be a recurring ailment or an unexpected and acute health concern.
A heart attack is a condition which is a cause of concern. When parts of the heart do not receive oxygen-rich blood due to complete blockages of arteries, it results in a heart failure. It can prove to be fatal. The blockage of the arteries could be caused due to a blood clot or plaque formation.
The symptoms of angina and heart attack are similar. However, the two conditions are different from one another.
- Angina can be regarded as a beginning of a weak heart condition. An angina attack is a short-term non-fatal disease, whereas a heart attack is a fatal condition.
- Angina attack lasts for about ten minutes, while heart attack might last for more than twenty minutes.
- The damage caused by a heart attack cannot be reversed, and this condition also cannot be cured. It can just be treated with medication and lifestyle changes. As time passes, the condition may become worse. Angina attack can, however, be treated with drugs. Untreated angina can lead to a poor heart condition and ultimately a heart attack.
Signs and Symptoms in detail
Heart attacks can commence gradually and begin with only mild pain or distress. Signs can be moderate or severe and sudden. Traits also may come and go over long hours. Individuals who have diabetes may have no indications or very mild ones.
The most common symptom, in both men and women, is discomfort or chest pain. Women are likely to have nausea, shortness of breath, and vomiting along with other symptoms. They also experience chronic tiredness which can extend even for days sometimes along with pain in the shoulders, back, and jaw.
The chest pain and discomfort prevalent with angina may be expressed as pressure, compressing, fullness or pain in the core of your chest. Some people with angina symptoms relate angina as feeling like a clamp is clutching their chest or feeling like a huge weight has been put on their chest. For others, it may feel like heartburn or gastric pain.Angina is typically triggered by emotional stress, extreme cold, and physical exertion.
Both angina and heart attack can give you a chest pain as both of them are two demonstrations in the continuum of the similar disease, so knowing the difference between the two stands vital in diagnosing the correct condition and more importantly get the appropriate treatment. With timely treatment, either of the attacks can be survived.