Seeking info on diverticulitis and obstruction of the large intestine........Spouse was in hospital for three days had tuble placed via nose/throat/stomache.....Sent home to see if symtoms clear, have another dr. visit next week.....Can yelling cause the area where the nasogastric tube was placed, to bleed?View Thread
Avoid Sun is wrong. You need sunshine to open the VDR receptors and aid in the absorbtion of calcium for starters. Sunscreen should be
abolished it is a common fact that octyl methoxcinnamagte and titanium dioxide cause cancer. Kill cells. So do your research and bewareView Thread
I have had my blood pressure checked 3 times last week and my heart beat is in the in the lower 40's Should i...
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I have had my blood pressure checked 3 times last week and my heart beat is in the in the lower 40's Should i be concerned about it? Also my Blood Pressure I was high one time then really low the next why is that? Should that be something i should be concerned about also?View Thread
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I have been on birth control for about a year, and this week my doctor gave me a cortisone shot, supposedly to help my allergies. Will this interfere with my birth control? Should I be worried to have protected sex after having this injection? How long will it stay in my system for? PLEASE help!View Thread
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I stumbled upon something really unusual that has made it possible for me to drive safely and this seemed like a good place to share it with others as I have never seen anything like this written about ever before.
The problem I had was that I wasn't even tired, yet my eyes would get really sleepy almost as soon as it became my turn to drive and I couldn't do my share of the driving on trips. I had my eyes and all sorts of other things checked and there wasn't anything wrong; it may have been a function of middle age or perhaps lasic surgery. In any case, here is the 100% medication-free solution I discovered - I hope it will help others (and, of course, if it doesn't work and you still feel tired, DON'T DRIVE!):
I found that by putting the car on cruise control, then lifting one foot at a time ever so very, very slightly in the air (just 1/4" or so above the pedal), my eyes instantly came into focus. I would then hold my foot like that for a minute or however long it would be until I got sick of holding it up in the air (this has the side effect of being good exercise while driving). Most of the time, I didn't need to do it again immediately, but it worked as many times as I needed to do it. As long as I genuinely was not tired, it worked. If it didn't work, I took it as a sign that I did need (and took) a break.View Thread
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