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Is it a fact or a myth that do not take bath during the first two days of periods? I have heard this from a lots of people but I don't know if it is right or wrong.
I am having headache and back pain from past few days I have tried multiple home remedies, but didn't work, what to do? Please help me!
Hey I am suffering from acne issue. Kindly tell me what needs to be done. Because it is increasing day by DAy. Is it because of night shift issue I am doing night shift in bpo.
Hi doctor, I am gaining weight day by day around belly and hips, is it because of pre menopause, pls advice what I have to do to control this.
I am 22 years 1 month old. I have frequent night fall problem. I eat normal food, sometimes junk, no cold drinks only juice. I do not smoke and not addicted to alcohol. I do drink but occassionally like in parties.
Since last two days I have severe headache, I'm even unable to sleep, my mood is just upset, tried many remedies but all were in vain. Please suggest me better solution to get rid of my headache.
I have black spots as well as pimples on my back. I used scar removal cream for 4 months but didn't see any change. What should I do.
I just got my blood tests dne my cholesterol is borderline uric acid and ldl cholesterol on higher sides potassium high vitamin d low and haemoglobin high its 16 rbc count is also high is thre something to wry abt and wt shud I do.
My sisters Husband is suffering from diabetes. Recently his sodium level came down and could not walk. Now sodium level ok. But right leg some nerve problem it seems. He is given neurobion ,palsy neron ,nervitop etc .will he be able to walk. With walker also right leg is not coordinating what all foods and vegs, fruits he can take.
I have the problem of hair fall to a greater extent. How can control it? Is there any diet that can help me with this problem?
I lost somebody close last year and since then feel very depressed and prefer kipping to my self all the time. Please help me.
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