Hi..I'm 20, and I was diagnosed with nasopharyngeal cancer 3 months ago. Many people told me that I must avoid seafood for the rest of my life, otherwise the cancer will return. Is it true?? I need honest answers from cancer survivors pleasee.....
Okay. I was hanging out with some friends and one of ÃÂ¾hem is pretty much really sexually active. Well he said something and I felt something wet hit my lip. It wasn't very much. And idk if it was spit from him while talking or if I actually spit on my lip while laughing. Anyways once it happened, I automatically licked it. it didn't taste anything close to blood. At all. And like I said, it was very very small amount. I have a minor sore on my inside of my opposit side of my lip but it wasn't bleeding. Should I worry???? Please help!!!
I have done some basic research online about Botox and collagen injections. Both seem to be relatively safe with few possible complications. I am interested in correcting a mild cleft chin without surgery. Are Botox or collagen injections suitable to temporarily treat a cleft chin?
I couldn't find any mention online of cleft chins being corrected with either Botox or collagen injections. I understand the correction would be temporary, and that's okay. Does anyone know if this is even possible?
Right I went to the doctors today and they said i had athlete's foot im only 13 ! and i was reasearching and it said that i may have spots itchiness on my hands and on my body and redness in between my toes I no its gross but i have grown a boil on my toe and i cant walk on my foot and it hurts and everyone thinks i am stupid for getting a walkin stick which i havent got But i am so emmbarrsed about getting this ! When will this boil go away i only had it today because it wasnt there last night :( ?? Please helpp
My cousin's boyfriend had a blockage in his kidney which are stones which caused an obstruction. They put something in his kidney to drain it for I think 2 weeks. They then did a test to see how functioning his kidney is. The urologist mailed him a letter stating his left kidney is contributing to 96% of his overall renal function, while the left is only 4%. The urologist recommends removal of his kidney to prevent any infection getting up in to his kidney . My opinion is any doctor to mail you a letter instead of setting up an earlier doctors appointment is very unprofessional. Has anyone ever had this situation and went a different route? I suggested he go see a nephrologist since he specializes in kidney's. Does anyone think this is a bit extreme or standard procedures?
I recently went to the doctor and he gave me antibiotics for a uti and another bacterial infection both not sexually transmitted. This is the first time i've had a uti, is it normal to feel a raw, painful sensation while walking, sitting, resting??? haven't slept in three days. if anybody could answer this i would very greatful.