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I am taking Nexito 10 or nexito fort will this product help me ?

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HiiiMy name is Mohammad HaroonI am suffering from pilesLast 5-6 yearPlease tell me best medicine

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I have pigmentation on my checks n bit acne scars

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 3d ago
Pigmentation refers to the coloring of the skin. Skin pigmentation disorders cause changes to the color of your skin. Melanin is made by cells in the skin and is the pigment responsible for your skin’s color.  A number of factors can trigger an increase in melanin production, but the main ones are sun exposure, hormonal influences, age and skin injuries or inflammation. Melasma is a pigmentary disorder of the skin which appears as brown patches on the face ·  Most people get it on their cheeks, bridge of their nose, forehead, chin, and above their upper lip.   Acne or pimples is probably the most common skin problem. It is an inflammatory condition of the sebaceous glands and hair follicles which get clogged with sebum (oil) and dead skin cells. Acne vulgaris is triggered by hormonal changes that happen during puberty. Acne is not just limited to the face, but may also manifest on the neck, chest, back and shoulders in severe cases. According to Ayurveda there are three biological elements/doshas present in our body which should be in balance: vata, pitta and kapha. Imbalance in these elements causes vitiation in blood and affects the skin. Type and texture of skin varies from person to person.   Because the body type or constitution of each individual is different. At FMH Clinic, each individual is analyzed constitutionally (using AI) followed by proper Ayurvedic disease diagnosis and then we provide personalized herbal mix, that is unique to each individual and their skin type, identifying the underlying factors (dosha) of their skin condition.  As per Ayurveda proper treatment involved designing a personalised cure including herbs and lifestyle changes specific to the individual. Please book a consultation with one of our doctors at this link to find further help: https://www.findmyhealth.com/consultation.

My age is 20 I'm suffer from fatigue body weeknes body pain lazy ness so sleepy no intrust in any physical work and low apility and ibs problem and stress b couse I'm lot of mastrubition 4 ,5 years

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My age is 20 I'm suffer from fatigue body weeknes body pain lazy ness so sleepy no intrust in any physical work and low apility and ibs problem and stress b couse I'm lot of mastrubition 4 ,5 years

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 8d ago
I understand that you are going through a stressful situation. People with IBS may be more sensitive to emotional troubles. IBS has a significant physical, emotional, and social impact on patients' daily lives. People use masturbation as a relaxing technique, when they going through a stressful phase. But its just for a moment and over masturbation can be very harmful for the body. According to ayurveda semen is considered as Shukra, depletion of Shukra leads to loss of vitality and vigor (*Ojo Kshaya*). You can get relief by adopting a proper treatment plan. As per Ayurveda proper treatment involved designing a personalised cure including herbs and lifestyle changes specific to the individual. At FindMyHealth we combine AI and Ayurveda to help our users unlock the true power of Ayurveda, with a custom built supplement. Please book a consultation with one of our doctors at this link to find further help: https://www.findmyhealth.com/consultation.

I'm 45 years age since 10 years ago I had problems of sneezing and coughing running nose .now thickness running nose and dirt block I side my nose continuely I have to clear inside my nose with hard thin stick how can it get cure running nose please suggest.

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 8d ago
Symptoms like coughing, sneezing, runny nose, thickened dirt mucus , all these symptoms suggests that you're affected with a respiratory illness.  According to Ayurveda vata, pitta, kapha are the three vital forces in the body. Among this kapha dosha is mainly located in the upper trunk. Vata can cause dryness and crunchy blockages, and pitta can bring inflammation. The vitiation of vata, pitta and kapha will lead to Swasa roga i.e, Respiratory diseases. Respiratory diseases have different manifestations. Sometimes allergy sufferers don’t know whether they’re suffering from seasonal allergies, a nasty cold or even asthma that might require a doctor’s attention.  You can get relief by adopting a proper treatment plan. As per Ayurveda proper treatment involved designing a personalised cure including herbs and lifestyle changes specific to the individual. At FindMyHealth we combine AI and Ayurveda to help our users unlock the true power of Ayurveda, with a custom built supplement. Please book a consultation with one of our doctors at this link to find further help: https://www.findmyhealth.com/consultation.

What is your medicine for ibs

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 8d ago
Personalized supplements for IBS made up from a combination of best suited natural herbs and formulations can help improve the digestive system function and relieve the symptoms of bloating, loose motions etc without any side effects.  Symptoms of IBS vary from person to person, Because the body type or constitution of each individual is different, In a person with Vata or vata -pitta, constitution the severity of IBS is more than the rest of the type. So the treatment is also different for them. At FMH Clinic, each individual is analyzed constitutionally (using AI) followed by proper ayurvedic disease diagnosis and then we provide personalized herbal mix, that is unique to each individual according to their body constitution and identifying the underlying factors (dosha) of their condition and help to treat them from the root. Improvement in digestion can improve the appetite and overall health too.https://www.findmyhealth.com/product/ibs

I am 40 yrs age women. I am no. 2 toilet on going three time in aweak

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 8d ago
Constipation  is  defined as having hard, dry bowel movements, or going fewer than three times a week. Although it's not usually serious, Overtime, stool remain in the colon making it more difficult to pass leading to chronic condition and giving rise to complication like Hemorrhoids, Anal fissure, Fecal impaction, Rectal prolapse.  So early detection and its management is very important.  Symptoms of constipation varies from person to person, know more about constipation (https://www.findmyhealth.com/en/constipation/d5YWgJYe.)   So the treatment is also different for them. At FMH Clinic, each individual is analyzed constitutionally (using AI) followed by proper ayurvedic disease diagnosis and then we provide personalized herbal mix, that is unique to each individual according to their body constitution and identifying the underlying factors  of their condition and help to treat them from the root. Please book a consultation with one of our doctors at this link to find further help: https://www.findmyhealth.com/consultation.

I have piles problem...some time i got pain and sweeling in my anal...and i am suffering from back pain...my humble request to experts....reply my message.

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 8d ago
Anal fissure, Anal abscess, Piles (hemorrhoids), and Anal fistula , are the common diseases in  anal area associated with pain and swelling. So by considering these two symptoms , we cant get into a proper diagnosis.  Please use our doctor consultation facility - for proper diagnosis, https://www.findmyhealth.com/consultation.  You can get relief by adopting a proper treatment plan. As per Ayurveda proper treatment involved designing a personalised cure including herbs and lifestyle changes specific to the individual. At FindMyHealth we combine AI and Ayurveda to help our users unlock the true power of Ayurveda, with a custom built supplement.

I am 29 years old my weight is 84 k.g how to reduce

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 8d ago
I understand that you are looking for a weight loss treatment. Reaching and maintaining a healthy weight is important for overall health and can help you prevent and control many diseases and conditions. Body mass index (BMI) is a useful measure of overweight and obesity. BMI is a measurement that is a ratio of your weight and height (you didn't mentioned about your height).  Many factors can contribute to a person’s weight. These factors include environment, family history and genetics, metabolism (the way your body changes food and oxygen into energy), and behavior or habits.  As per Ayurveda proper treatment for weight loss involved designing a personalized management  including herbs and lifestyle changes specific to the individual. At FindMyHealth we combine AI and Ayurveda to help our users unlock the true power of Ayurveda, with a custom built supplement. Please book a consultation with one of our doctors at this link to find further help: https://www.findmyhealth.com/consultation.

I have migraine problem and I have frequent headache almost every day

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 8d ago
According to Ayurveda there are three elements present in our body: vata, pitta and kapha which should be in balance. Migraine is described as Sooryavartha in Ayurveda occurred because of pitta and kapha aggravation. Intensity and duration of pain varies from person to person. Because the body type or constitution of each individual is different. At FMH Clinic, each individual is analyzed constitutionally (using AI) followed by proper Ayurvedic disease diagnosis and then we provide personalized herbal mix, that is unique to each individual based on their body type , identifying the underlying factors (dosha) of their condition. FMH personalized supplements are made up from a combination of best suited natural herbs and formulations that can help regularize the imbalanced doshas , also help to address your symptoms by treating the root causes, maintain physical and mental health and create inner harmony. Please book a consultation with one of our doctors at this link to find further help: https://www.findmyhealth.com/consultation.

Want to gain weight

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 8d ago
I understand that you are looking for a weight gain treatment. Reaching and maintaining a healthy weight is important for overall health.  Being underweight can represent as many health concerns to an individual as being overweight can. If a person is underweight, their body may not be getting the nutrients it needs to build healthy bones, skin, and hair. There are a variety of reasons why a person may be underweight. Sometimes, multiple underlying causes may be related. Causes of being underweight include: Family history, A high metabolism, Physical illness or chronic disease. , Mental illness. Poor mental health can affect a person’s ability to eat, including depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and eating disorders, such as anorexia and bulimia. Each of these conditions can affect a person’s body image and appetite. A doctor can help a person identify the cause of their low BMI and recommend a treatment plan that allows them to gain weight healthfully.  As per Ayurveda proper treatment for weight gain involved designing a personalized management including herbs and lifestyle changes specific to the individual. At FindMyHealth we combine AI and Ayurveda to help our users unlock the true power of Ayurveda, with a custom built supplement. Please book a consultation with one of our doctors at this link to find further help: https://www.findmyhealth.com/consultation.

Want to gain weight

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 16d ago
Please use our doctor consultation facility - https://www.findmyhealth.com/consultation.

I have most of the time swelling in my legs and sevier muscle pain in my legs ,swelling in my eye bags ,mostly when i wake up in the morning and it stays for almost a day,pls i want to talk with doctor on call because i have lots if issue with my health so i can explain properly

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 3d ago
Leg swelling caused by the retention of fluid in leg tissues is known as peripheral edema. It can be caused by a problem with the venous circulation system, the lymphatic system or the kidneys, Hormone therapy , etc,,, Swelling under the eye can develop for a wide range of reasons,.Please book a consultation with one of our doctors at this link to find further help: https://www.findmyhealth.com/consultation.

Immunity booster supplement?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 28d ago
Itect - Immunity booster is a combination of 11 potent herbs which are full of anti-oxidants and are capable of taking care of inflammatory processes in the body It acts on upper and lower respiratory tract and improves local as well as general immunity. Prevents from recurrent infections like cold, cough , allergies , fatigue, loss of energy , recurrent sinus infections , rhinitis and boosts immunity.

pcod problem

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 8d ago
PCOS (Polycystic ovary syndrome) is a hormonal disorder which is very common among women of reproductive age. It is characterised by the increase in the male hormones, androgen and enlarged ovaries with multiple cysts (hence the name polycystic). It is also one of the main causes for infertility. The disorder accounts for 30 per cent of all infertility cases with 73 percent of women suffering from PCOS experiencing infertility due to anovulation. In cases where PCOS has been diagnosed, in modern science- there is no cure, managing the symptoms only. Contraceptives is the only answer prescribed by gynaecologists. Contraceptive pills are the most common option that is used to manage the symptoms. Synthetic hormones or Hormone replacement therapies can artificially stimulate the menstrual cycle and can have negative impact on health when consumed for a longer duration. Ayurveda treats PCOS from their - root cause. Root cause is imbalance in our bodies biological elements : vata, pitta and Kapha , accumulation of toxins all these because of Certain diet and poor lifestyle. All these lead to obstruction in the reproductive channel. FMH personalized supplements made up from a combination of best suited natural herbs and formulations can help regularize hormones, also help to address your symptoms and maintain physical and mental health and create inner harmony, also useful as a fertility booster. Multi-action herbs in PCOs personalized supplements gently heals your body from the inside.  As per Ayurveda proper treatment involved designing a personalised cure including herbs and lifestyle changes specific to the individual. At FindMyHealth we combine AI and Ayurveda to help our users unlock the true power of Ayurveda, with a custom built supplement.

Which age group used this medicine?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 28d ago
Good for all age group.

immunity booster

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 28d ago
Itect - Immunity booster is a combination of 11 potent herbs which are full of anti-oxidants and are capable of taking care of inflammatory processes in the body It acts on upper and lower respiratory tract and improves local as well as general immunity. Prevents from recurrent infections like cold, cough , allergies , fatigue, loss of energy , recurrent sinus infections , rhinitis and boosts immunity.

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To increase immunity power and stamina

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 28d ago
Low stamina or strength can cripple your life leading to anxiety and depression. Personalized supplements made up from a combination of best suited natural herbs and formulations can help to get back the stamina without the harmful effects of synthetic supplements. After buying the product, we will do an online inner health assessment to identify your custom herbal combination which will be manufactured and shipped out on the second business day. - https://www.findmyhealth.com/product/strength-stamina

How to get rid of severe dry lips

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 51d ago
Causes of chapped lips are - Dry weather. An allergic reaction, lack of moisture, Chapped lips are a common symptom of deficiencies, especially in folate (vitamin B9), riboflavin (vitamin B2), and vitamins B6 and B12 ( 11 , 12 , 13 , 14 ). Home remedies - Apply a lip moisturizer (almond oil/coconut oil/butter/glycerin or aloe vera gel) several times a day and before bed., cracked lips may also be the result of dehydration so drink plenty of water to keep the body hydrated. Avoid too much spicy salty food.

Can u heal the erectile dysfunction

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 8d ago
Yes, Treatment of ED depends on what is causing it. According to Ayurveda, there are three doshas or elements present in our body: vata, pitta and kapha which should be in balance. The ejaculatory function depends on the apana vayu, one of the five types of vayu is located in the testicles. When a man has desire (ichcha) to have sex, arousal intensifies actions of vayu and at this moment highly active vayu liberates the teja or heat of pitta. Thus tejas and vayu increase body temperature, heart beat and blood flow causing erection. When there is vitiation in any of the dosha it will lead to Klaibya (Erectile dysfunction). At FMH Clinic, each individual is analysed constitutionally (using AI) followed by proper Ayurvedic disease diagnosis and then we provide personalized herbal mix, that is unique to each individual and their body type (dosha), identifying the underlying factors in the ailment. Our FMH personalized medicine for ED, helps to improve the reproductive system and enhances sexual function. They act on the higher center of the brain. The hypothalamus and limbic system also claims to have anti-stress, apoptogenic actions, which helps to alleviate anxiety associated with sexual desire and performance. Please book a consultation with one of our doctors at this link to find further help: https://www.findmyhealth.com/consultation.

Can my father take this immunity booster

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 2mo ago
Yes ,Find my health immunity booster is suitable for all age group. It is a combination of 11 potent herbs ( made from 100 percent natural herbal sources, so it does not have any side effects)  which are full of antioxidants and are capable of taking care of inflammatory processes in the body. It acts on the upper and lower respiratory tract and improves local as well as general immunity. Prevents from recurrent infections like cold, cough , allergies , fatigue, loss of energy , recurrent sinus infections , rhinitis and boosts immunity.

How to relief from acne pimples

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 55d ago
https://www.findmyhealth.com/en/acne/Pl92qVNZ.  Keep your face clean. Whether or not you have acne, it's important to wash your face twice daily to remove impurities, dead skin cells, and extra oil from your skin's surface. Washing more often than twice daily is not necessarily better; it may do more harm than good. Moisturize your skin - Moisturizers help skin stay hydrated. But many moisturizers contain oil, synthetic fragrance, or other ingredients that may irritate skin and cause pimples. Stay hydrated Limit makeup Don’t touch your face Limit sun exposure Reduce stress. For more information...https://www.findmyhealth.com/en/concept-of-personalized-ayurveda-for-acne/PWNV52YK

What's the difference between eczema and dermatitis?

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Answered: 2mo ago
Causes of the most common types of dermatitis include: Atopic dermatitis (eczema). This type is likely related to dry skin, a gene variation, an immune system dysfunction, a skin infection, exposure to food, airborne, or contact allergens, or a combination of these.

Why does dermatitis itch at night?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 2mo ago
Due to the body's sleep and wake cycles, a person's temperature decreases at night, which can make the skin feel itchy. If a person has moisturized during the day, the effects may have worn off by night. People are more likely to scratch in their sleep, which can make itchiness worse

Can dermatitis be caused by stress?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 2mo ago
Anxiety and stress are common triggers that cause eczema to flare up, which then creates more anxiety and stress, which then leads to more eczema flare-ups. When you're feeling stress, your body releases chemicals that can cause inflammation and make your skin even more sensitive.

How long does dermatitis last for?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 2mo ago
The rash usually develops within minutes to hours of exposure and can last two to four weeks. If you continue to have long-term exposure to harmful chemicals or allergens, you eventually may develop symptoms of chronic contact dermatitis. This can last for many years.

What triggers dermatitis?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 2mo ago
Strong soaps and detergents,  Some fabrics, like wool or scratchy materials.  Perfumes, skin care products, and makeup.  Pollen and mold Animal dander Tobacco smoke,  Stress and anger,  Dry winter air/low humidity ,Long or hot showers/baths , Dry skin , Sweating , Skin infections or especially dry skin,  Certain hormones Dust or sand Certain foods (usually eggs, dairy products, wheat, soy, and nuts)

What is usually the first sign of dermatitis?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 2mo ago
It usually involves itchy, dry skin or a rash on swollen, reddened skin. Or it may cause the skin to blister, ooze, crust or flake off.

What happens if you leave toenail fungus untreated?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 2mo ago
Untreated toenail fungus can spread to the surrounding skin on the foot. This may result in athlete's foot, a condition marked by itchy, red, cracked skin.

Is toenail fungus a sign of poor health?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 2mo ago
Some chronic medical conditions may increase the risk of a toenail fungal infection. These include a history of poor circulation, diabetes, the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), or any other illness that may compromise your immune system or interfere with blood flow to your toes.

How long does it take for a fungal skin infection to clear up?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 2mo ago
The symptoms of fungal infections, such as itching or soreness, should get better within a few days of treatment. Red and scaly skin may take longer to get better. So need a treatment for 1 to 4 weeks.

What causes fungal skin infections?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 2mo ago
Common fungal skin infections are caused by yeasts (such as Candida or Malassezia furfur) or dermatophytes, such as Epidermophyton, Microsporum, and Trichophyton.

What does a fungal infection of the skin look like?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 2mo ago
Fungal infections appear as a scaly rash or discoloration of the skin that is often itchy.

How do people get scabies?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 2mo ago
Scabies usually is spread by direct, prolonged, skin-to-skin contact with a person who has scabies. Contact generally must be prolonged; a quick handshake or hug usually will not spread scabies. Scabies is spread easily to sexual partners and household members. Scabies in adults frequently is sexually acquired.

Can ringworm affect internal organs?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 2mo ago
No.

How long is ringworm contagious?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 2mo ago
Ringworm is contagious as long as lesions are present. It stops being contagious about 24-48 hours after treatment begins.

How long can ringworm last?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 2mo ago
Most mild cases of ringworm usually clear up in 2 to 4 weeks. But treatment might be needed for up to 3 months if the infection is more serious, or affects the nails or the scalp.

Can ringworm make you sick?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 2mo ago
Yes, ringworm can get worse and make  very sick with a widespread fungal infection.

Can ringworm go away on its own?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 2mo ago
Without treatment, it may go away on its own in a matter of months in a healthy person.

What will happen if ringworm is not treated?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 2mo ago
If not treated, ringworm can spread and the skin can become irritated and painful. Skin blisters and cracks can become infected with bacteria.

What causes ringworm in humans?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 2mo ago
Ringworm is a contagious fungal infection caused by common mold-like parasites that live on the cells in the outer layer of your skin. It can be spread in the following ways: Human to human. Ringworm often spreads by direct, skin-to-skin contact with an infected person.

Does vitamin C help with melasma?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 55d ago
Vitamin C is an excellent agent for the treatment of abnormal pigmentation. It doesn't give a proper cure.  Click here for more information. https://www.findmyhealth.com/en/melasma/WwYg2KMV

What makes melasma worse?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 55d ago
Birth control pills, pregnancy, and hormone therapy can all trigger melasma. Stress and thyroid disease are also thought to be causes of melasma. Additionally, sun exposure can cause melasma because ultraviolet rays affect the cells that control pigment (melanocytes).

What hormone causes melasma?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 55d ago
Sexual hormones like estrogen and progestin are also related to the appearance of melasma.

What is melasma on the face?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 55d ago
These brown or grayish-brown blotches, typically on the forehead, chin, cheeks, upper lip, or nose, may signal a condition called melasma. Melasma is sometimes referred to as the mask of pregnancy, because it is sometimes triggered by an increase in hormones in pregnant women.

What is erysipelas caused by?

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What does erysipelas look like?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 55d ago
Erysipelas affects the upper layers of the skin. The typical symptom is a painful and shiny light-red swelling of a quite clearly defined area of skin. Red streaks leading from that area may be a sign that the infection has started to spread along the lymph vessels too. In more severe cases, blisters may form as well.

Does Vitamin D Help urticaria?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 55d ago
A study by researchers at UNMC shows vitamin D as an add-on therapy could provide some relief for chronic hives, a condition with no cure and few treatment options.

Is urticaria an autoimmune disease?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 55d ago
Research has found a strong association between certain autoimmune diseases and outbreaks of chronic hives. These types of hives are often seen in men and women already diagnosed with lupus, thyroid disease, rheumatoid arthritis, celiac disease, and Type 1 diabetes.

Can hives spread by touch?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 55d ago
Hives aren't contagious, meaning you won't develop them on your skin by touching hives on another person.

What kind of viral infection causes hives?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 55d ago
Some infections that can cause hives in children include respiratory viruses (common cold), strep throat, urinary tract infections, hepatitis, infectious mononucleosis (mono) and many other viral infections.

Which food is not allowed in urticaria?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 55d ago
The most common foods that cause hives are nuts, chocolate, fish, tomatoes, eggs, fresh berries, soy, wheat, and milk.

What infection causes urticaria?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 55d ago
Dozens of infections can cause hives, including throat, stomach, and genital or urinary (genitourinary) tract infections; fungal infections; mononucleosis; and hepatitis. The common cold often causes hives in children.

How do you treat urticaria?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 55d ago
Read more about urticaria and treatment. https://www.findmyhealth.com/en/urticaria-hives/8oMR7DYK..

What is the main cause of urticaria?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 55d ago
Foods allergies , Infections,  Intestinal parasites, Extreme temperatures like sunlight exposure, changes in temperature, exercise. Pet hairs, dust mites, pollen. Cockroaches and cockroach waste. Some plants, including nettles, poison ivy, and poison oak. Insect bites and stings. Some chemicals, latex. Chronic illness, high body temperature or medication. Other predisposing/Promoting causes are: Excess intake of salty and pungent food. Eating large amounts of sour gruel's. Excessive intake of mustard. Exposure to cold wind or contact of cold substances. Day sleep. Suppression of vomiting re-flux.

What aggravates folliculitis?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 55d ago
Folliculitis is most often caused by an infection of hair follicles with Staphylococcus aureus (staph) bacteria. Folliculitis may also be caused by viruses, fungi and even an inflammation from ingrown hairs.

How long does folliculitis take to heal?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 55d ago
Mild folliculitis usually heals on its own in about 2 weeks. You can take care of yourself at home with: A warm compress. This may ease itching and help healing.

Is folliculitis stress related?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 55d ago
These differ between people but often include stress, diet, and other lifestyle factors. The following factors can increase a person's risk of folliculitis: using an improperly maintained hot tub. shaving, plucking, or waxing.

What is folliculitis?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 55d ago
Folliculitis is a common skin condition in which hair follicles become inflamed and infected. The condition isn't life-threatening however, severe infections can cause permanent hair loss and scarring. It typically occurs in areas of irritation, such as sites of shaving, skin friction or rubbing from clothes.

What foods should I avoid with Lichen Planus?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 55d ago
Incompatible food like having milk and fruits together , Navadhanya(freshly harvested grains) Consuming excess - Dairy products, Alcohol and green leafy vegetables along with milk , Honey and meat after having the hot and spicy food or vice versa,  Fish Radish Honey Intake of oily and fat rich food.

How fast does Lichen Planus spread?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 53d ago
The most common type of lichen planus affects the skin. Over the course of several weeks, lesions appear and spread.

Is Lichen Planus an autoimmune disease?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 53d ago
Lichen planus is a chronic, inflammatory, autoimmune disease that affects the skin, oral mucosa, genital mucosa, scalp, and nails.

Is Lichen Planus a serious disease?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 53d ago
It may be uncomfortable, in most cases lichen planus is not a serious condition. It's also not contagious. However, there are some rare variations of the condition that may be serious and painful.

Can eczema be a sign of another illness?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 53d ago
Eczema is a sign of weaken immune system.

Why does eczema get worse at night?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 53d ago
Body temperature and eczema are closely related. The hotter you become, the worse your eczema tends to be. Many people wake up in the middle of the night because they become overheated and their eczema-related itching worsens.

Is eczema caused by stress?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 53d ago
Emotional stress doesn't cause eczema, but it can provoke symptoms. The body releases a hormone called cortisol when under stress. In large doses, such as when dealing with chronic and ongoing stress, cortisol increases inflammation throughout the body. This can lead to skin inflammation and an eczema flare.

Is Eczema a sign of a weak immune system?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 53d ago
Yes, Eczema is a sign of weaken immune system.

How long does eczema last?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 53d ago
It depends on the type of eczema and its response to treatment. Most contact dermatitis heals within two to three weeks. Most stasis dermatitis lasts for years. About half of children with atopic eczema still have the problem as adults.

What does eczema look like?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 53d ago
Scratching makes the skin inflamed and itchier, and it can look different. You may notice: Affected areas may be red (light skin) or darker brown, purple, or ash gray (brown skin). Dry, scaly areas.

What is the main cause of eczema?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 53d ago
Incompatible food like having milk and fruits together., Excessive intake of food materials like: Curd Pickles Brinjal, Ladies finger Spicy food Urad dal Bakery items, Navadhanya (freshly harvested grains), Dairy products Suppression of vomiting urge, Remain awake during night,  Stress.

What happens if psoriasis is left untreated?

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Answered: 53d ago
Untreated psoriasis can lead to plaques that continue to build and spread. These can be quite painful, and the itching can be severe. Uncontrolled plaques can become infected and cause scars. Left untreated, patients with moderate-to-severe psoriasis could develop psoriatic arthritis (PsA), which affects up to 40% of patients. Similar to rheumatoid arthritis, PsA can cause pain, disability, and permanent joint deformities.

Which is the best treatment for psoriasis?

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Answered: 53d ago
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What is the main cause of psoriasis?

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Answered: 53d ago
Psoriasis is caused, at least in part, by the immune system mistakenly attacking healthy skin cells. If you're sick or battling an infection, your immune system will go into overdrive to fight the infection. This might start another psoriasis flare-up. Strep throat is a common trigger.

What is the smell of halitosis?

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Answered: 53d ago
Breath which smells like rotten eggs often indicates an issue that stems from the digestive tract. Because the gut microbiota breaks down sulfur, an eggy-smelling gas is released. Causes for this can include Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease or GERD.

What is halitosis caused by?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 53d ago
The most common cause of halitosis is bad oral hygiene. If particles of food are left in the mouth, their breakdown by bacteria produces sulfur compounds. Keeping the mouth hydrated can reduce mouth odor. The best treatment for bad breath is regular brushing, flossing, and hydration.

What vitamin deficiency causes cracks in the corners of the mouth?

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Answered: 53d ago
Mouth ulcers, also known as canker sores, and cracking around the corners of the mouth have been linked to deficiencies including iron, B1, B2, B6 and B12. Thiamin (Vitamin B1) plays a role in maintining the nervous system and the release of energy from food.

Angular cheilitis looks like?

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Answered: 53d ago
The first symptom of AC is usually dry, cracking lips. You might then develop either a red and swollen or white patch on your lip. This will almost always be on the lower lip. In more advanced AC, the patches might look scaly and feel like sandpaper.

Can stress cause angular cheilitis?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 53d ago
Stress can have an effect on your immune system which can for some people lead to angular cheilitis.

What is angular stomatitis a sign of?

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Answered: 53d ago
Nutrient deficiencies do not directly result in angular cheilitis however having vitamin and mineral deficiencies can have a major impact on the immune system leaving us open to infection.

What should I eat if I have stomatitis?

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Answered: 53d ago
Eat soft foods such as mashed potatoes and other cooked vegetables, noodles, applesauce, clear broth soups, yogurt, and cottage cheese. You can get extra protein by adding protein powder to milk shakes or breakfast drinks. Avoid eating spicy or crunchy foods. Try eating cold foods such as ice cream or yogurt.

What is stomatitis caused by?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 53d ago
Nutritional deficiency For example, deficiencies of iron, vitamin B2 (riboflavin), vitamin B3 (niacin), vitamin B6 (pyridoxine), vitamin B9 (folic acid) or vitamin B12 (cobalamine) may all manifest as stomatitis., Dry mouth / xerostomia. Viral infection. Candida albicans infection, Trauma including surgery, Smoking tobacco. , Toxicity of chemotherapy drugs – including methotrexate used for psoriasis and other skin disorders. Therapeutic radiation e.g. for oral cancer.

What triggers tonsillitis?

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Answered: 53d ago
Tonsillitis is most often caused by common viruses, but bacterial infections can also be the cause. The most common bacterium causing tonsillitis is Streptococcus pyogenes (group A streptococcus), the bacterium that causes strep throat. Other strains of strep and other bacteria also may cause tonsillitis.

What should you not eat when you have tonsillitis?

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What is the difference between tonsillitis and strep throat?

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Answered: 53d ago
Strep throat, which is an infection because of streptococcus bacteria, is another cause of sore throats and tonsillitis. With strep throat, the sore throat is often more severe and persists. Tonsillitis is a painful inflammation or infection of the tonsils, the tissue masses located at the back of the throat. You can have tonsillitis without having strep throat.

How long does it take to recover from tonsillitis?

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Answered: 53d ago
Tonsillitis caused by viruses typically resolve within 7 to 10 days after rest and plenty of fluids. Bacterial tonsillitis may take about a week to go away.

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What is oral thrush?

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Answered: 51d ago
Oral thrush is when a yeast infection develops inside your mouth. It's also known as oral candidiasis, oropharyngeal candidiasis, or simply thrush. Oral thrush most often occurs in infants and toddlers. It causes white or yellowish bumps to form on the inner cheeks and tongue.

What happens if thrush is left untreated?

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Answered: 51d ago
If left untreated, This may lead to a skin infection if the inflamed area becomes cracked.

Can stress cause oral thrush?

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Answered: 51d ago
Most people have small amounts of the Candida fungus in the mouth, digestive tract and skin. They are normally kept in check by other bacteria and microorganisms in the body. When illnesses, stress, or medications disturb this balance, the fungus grows out of control and causes thrush.

How long does thrush in the mouth last?

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Answered: 51d ago
Once you have started treatment for oral thrush, symptoms generally go away in about two weeks. In some cases, thrush will last for weeks even with treatment. Recurrent thrush can happen if thrush is not properly treated in the first place.

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Will ayurveda help to cure autism?

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Answered: 51d ago
yes. It includes both internal and external therapies. Internal therapies include srothoshodhana, ghritha sevana and medhya rasayana. External therapies like nasya, abhyanga, shirodhara, shiropichu, dhoomapana, thala etc are important in management of autism. Among internal medication, medhya rasayana seva is most important.

What is Swarna Prashan Sanskar for children in Ayurveda ?

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Answered: 51d ago
Swarna Prashana is a process in which SWARNA(GOLD) or “HERBS WITH GOLD” is given in the form of liquid, semi solid or paste form to children. ‘Swarna’ means ‘Gold’ and ‘Prashana’ means ‘to eat’.   Benefits: Improves immune system, physical strength and digestion power Improves grasping and retention power and memory Tones up skin and imparts fairer complexion Protects children from illness that occur due to seasonal change Protects children from allergies

How can you educate a hyperactive child?

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Answered: 51d ago
https://www.verywellfamily.com/managing-your-childs-hyperactivity-2161928

How can we differentiate between an ADHD and highly intelligent hyperactive child?

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Answered: 51d ago
https://oregon.providence.org/forms-and-information/a/ask-an-expert-active-or-adhd-whats-the-difference/#:~:text=One%20of%20the%20main%20differences,in%20school%20and%20social%20situations.

Why are children given vaccinations? What are the benefits of vaccination?

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Answered: 51d ago
Vaccinations/immunization not only protect your child from deadly diseases, such as polio, tetanus, and diphtheria, but they also keep other children safe by eliminating or greatly decreasing dangerous diseases that used to spread from child to child.

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What are healthy eating habits for kids?

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Answered: 22d ago
Children need 3 meals a day and 1 to 3 snacks (morning, afternoon and possibly before bed). Healthy snacks are just as important as the food you serve at meals. The best foods are whole, fresh and unprocessed—fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, dairy, and meats; and home-cooked meals.

Why are developmental milestones relevant to child development?

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Answered: 22d ago
Developmental milestones offer important clues about a child's developmental health. Reaching milestones at the typical ages shows a child is developing as expected. Reaching milestones much earlier means a child may be advanced compared with his or her peers of the same age.

What is a silent stroke?

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Answered: 22d ago
Silent stroke is likely caused by a blood clot that interrupts blood flow in the brain. It's a risk factor for future strokes and a sign of progressive brain damage.

What are the 5 warning signs of a stroke?

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Answered: 49d ago
1. Sudden numbness or weakness in the face, arm or leg (especially on one side of the body). 2. Sudden confusion or trouble speaking or understanding speech. 3. Sudden vision problems in one or both eyes. 4. Sudden difficulty walking or dizziness, loss of balance or problems with coordination. 5. Severe headache with no known cause.

How did you know that you were having a stroke? What were the symptoms? What did it feel like?

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Answered: 49d ago
If you think that you’re having a stroke, there are classic symptoms that you should look for. These happen suddenly, and include: trouble speaking or understanding trouble walking or maintaining balance drooping or numbness on one side of the face weakness or numbness on one side of the body difficulty seeing through one or both eyes severe headache

What is a stroke?

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Answered: 49d ago
A stroke is a medical emergency. A stroke occurs when the blood supply to part of your brain is interrupted or reduced, preventing brain tissue from getting oxygen and nutrients. Brain cells begin to die in minutes. Symptoms of stroke include trouble walking, speaking and understanding, as well as paralysis or numbness of the face, arm or leg.

How does anxiety affect the brain?

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Answered: 41d ago
When you're anxious, your body is under a lot of stress. Stress shrinks the hippocampus, the part of the brain that processes long-term and contextual memory. When the hippocampus shrinks, it may become more difficult for your brain to hold onto memories.

What parts of the brain does depression affect?

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Answered: 41d ago
The main subcortical limbic brain regions implicated in depression are the amygdala, hippocampus, and the dorsomedial thalamus. Both structural and functional abnormalities in these areas have been found in depression. Decreased hippocampal volumes (10, 25) have been noted in subjects with depression.

What happens during a depression?

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Answered: 41d ago
During depression the influx of cortisol triggered by depression also causes the amygdala to enlarge. This is a part of the brain associated with emotional responses. When it becomes larger and more active, it causes sleep disturbances, changes in activity levels, and changes in other hormones.

What causes suicidal depression?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 41d ago
Depression is a mood disorder that causes a persistent feeling of sadness and loss of interest. Also called major depressive disorder or clinical depression, it affects how you feel, think and behave and can lead to a variety of emotional and physical problems.

What is a mental breakdown?

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Answered: 41d ago
A nervous or mental breakdown is a term used to describe a period of intense mental distress. During this period, you're unable to function in your everyday life. This term was once used to refer to a wide variety of mental illnesses, including: depression.

How do I know if I'm bipolar?

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Answered: 41d ago
Bipolar disorder is a mental illness marked by extreme changes in mood from high to low, and from low to high. Highs are periods of mania, while lows are periods of depression. The changes in mood may even become mixed, so you might feel elated and depressed at the same time.

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What is a simple definition of depression?

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Answered: 28d ago
Depression is a group of conditions associated with the elevation or lowering of a person's mood, such as depression or bipolar disorder

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How can I force myself to sleep?

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Answered: 28d ago
https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/ways-to-fall-asleep

What is sleep anxiety?

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Answered: 27d ago
Scared to Sleep,” sleep anxiety is a form of performance anxiety. Many people may stress about not getting enough sleep to function, but the stress alone of trying to sleep can cause people to sit awake for hours.

Why can't I sleep even though I'm tired?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 28d ago
Insomnia, the inability to get to sleep or sleep well at night, can be caused by stress, jet lag, a health condition, the medications you take, or even the amount of coffee you drink. Insomnia can also be caused by other sleep disorders or mood disorders such as anxiety and depression.

Is insomnia a mental illness?

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Answered: 28d ago
Insomnia, the inability to get to sleep or sleep well at night, can be caused by stress, jet lag, a health condition, the medications you take, or even the amount of coffee you drink. Insomnia can also be caused by other sleep disorders or mood disorders such as anxiety and depression.

What is the main cause of insomnia?

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Answered: 27d ago
Stress., Travel or work schedule, Poor sleep habits., Eating too much late in the evening., Mental health disorders., Medications, Sleep-related disorders, Medical conditions, Caffeine, nicotine and alcohol

Why do I get a blocked nose every night?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 27d ago
Nighttime nasal congestion is commonly caused by a cold, allergies, or a deviated septum.

What happens in our body when we sleep?

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Answered: 27d ago
Normal sleep is characterized by a general decrease in body temperature, blood pressure, breathing rate, and most other bodily functions. In contrast, the human brain never decreases inactivity. Studies have shown that the brain is as active during sleep as it is when awake. Throughout an eight-hour sleep cycle, a normal adult alternates between two very different states, non-REM and REM (Rapid Eye Movement) sleep.

How much sleep does one require?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 27d ago
While sleep requirements vary slightly from person to person, most healthy adults need seven to nine hours of sleep per night to function at their best. Children and teens need even more. And despite the notion that our sleep needs decrease with age, most older people still need at least seven hours of sleep.

How does food affect your mind?

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Answered: 26d ago
Overall, lavender oil has a calming effect of the body and is extremely useful in reducing stress.

Which oil is best for stress relief?

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Answered: 26d ago
Overall, lavender oil has a calming effect of the body and is extremely useful in reducing stress.

What happens when you have a stroke?

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Answered: 26d ago
A stroke occurs when a blood vessel that carries oxygen and nutrients to the brain is either blocked by a clot or bursts (or ruptures). When that happens, part of the brain cannot get the blood (and oxygen) it needs, so it and brain cells die. 80 percent of strokes are preventable.Problems that Occur After a Stroke Weakness, paralysis, and problems with balance or coordination. Pain, numbness, or burning and tingling sensations. Fatigue, which may continue after you return home. Inattention to one side of the body, also known as neglect; in extreme cases, you may not be aware of your arm or leg.

What Is the difference Between Tremors and Parkinson's Disease?

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Answered: 26d ago
The two conditions have key differences to look for: Essential tremor doesn't cause associated health problems, while Parkinson's carries other symptoms, such as stooped posture and balance problems. Essential tremor may affect the voice box, but Parkinson's does not.

What Causes Parkinson's Disease?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 26d ago
Parkinson's disease is caused by a loss of nerve cells in the part of the brain called the substantia nigra. Nerve cells in this part of the brain are responsible for producing a chemical called dopamine.

Is there a Cure for Parkinson's Disease?

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Answered: 26d ago
There's currently no cure for Parkinson's disease, but treatments are available to help relieve the symptoms and maintain your quality of life. These treatments include: supportive therapies, such as physiotherapy. medication.

What is the best treatment available for stroke paralysis in Ayurveda?

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Answered: 26d ago
In order to strengthen the muscles and nerves and Ayurvedic therapies like Abhyangam, Snehana (Oleation) treatment like massage, Kayaseka, Shirodhara, Shirobasti, Pichu etc with medicated oils followed by different modalities of Medicated fomentation for 7 – 21 days.

What are two of the hallmark signs of atherosclerosis?

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Answered: 26d ago
If you have atherosclerosis in the arteries leading to your brain, you may have signs and symptoms such as sudden numbness or weakness in your arms or legs, difficulty speaking or slurred speech, temporary loss of vision in one eye, or drooping muscles in your face.

How long does it take to develop atherosclerosis?

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Answered: 26d ago
Although atherosclerosis is believed to progress over many years, it has been increasingly noted to progress over few months to 2-3 years in few patients without traditional factors for accelerated atherosclerosis. Hence the term rapid progression of atherosclerosis has been used in recent years.

How is atherosclerosis diagnosed?

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Answered: 35d ago
To confirm the presence of Atherosclerosis - test include angiogram (Arteriogram), cholesterol tests, a chest x-ray, a CT (computed tomography) scan, Duplex scanning, an echocardiogram, an electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG), an exercise stress test.

What is the main cause of atherosclerosis?

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Answered: 35d ago
High cholesterol,  High blood pressure ,  Inflammation, like from arthritis or lupus, Obesity ,  diabetes,  Smoking

Can mouth bacteria cause heart problems?

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Answered: 35d ago
Gum disease (periodontitis) is associated with an increased risk of developing heart disease. Poor dental health increases the risk of a bacterial infection in the blood stream, which can affect the heart valves. Oral health may be particularly important if you have artificial heart valves.

Is heart disease preventable?

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Answered: 35d ago
An estimated 80% of cardiovascular disease, including heart disease and stroke, are preventable. However, cardiovascular disease remains the No. 1 killer and the most expensive disease, costly nearly $1 billion a day.

If I am on medication to treat heart disease, does that mean I am no longer at risk of a heart attack?

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Answered: 26d ago
Although heart disease can't be cured, medication reduces the risk of more heart attacks and other forms of cardiovascular disease. Medication can also reduce symptoms such as angina pain or breathlessness and improve your quality of life.

Do all heart attacks have the same symptoms?

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Answered: 26d ago
Heart attack symptoms vary Not all people who have heart attacks have the same symptoms or have the same severity of symptoms. Some people have mild pain; others have more severe pain. Some people have no symptoms. For others, the first sign may be sudden cardiac arrest.

What are some of the risk factors for heart disease?

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Answered: 24d ago
There are several risk factors for heart disease; some are controllable, others are not. Uncontrollable risk factors for heart disease include: Male sex , Older age,  Family history of heart disease , Being postmenopausal Race (African-Americans, American Indians, and Mexican Americans are more likely to have heart disease than Caucasians.) Still, there are many heart disease risk factors that can be controlled. By making changes in your lifestyle, you can actually reduce your risk for heart disease. Controllable risk factors for heart disease include: Smoking High LDL, or "bad" cholesterol, and low HDL, or "good" cholesterol Uncontrolled high blood pressure Physical inactivity Obesity (having a BMI greater than 25) Uncontrolled diabetes High C-reactive protein Uncontrolled stress, depression, and anger Poor diet Alcohol use

How does my family history affect my heart health?

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Answered: 24d ago
The study found that those with a high genetic risk for heart disease almost doubled their risk for a cardiovascular event (heart attack or stroke).

Is Ayurvedic treatment useful for cardiac health?

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Answered: 24d ago
Large numbers of herbs are mentioned in Ayurveda as Hridya i.e. beneficial for the heart. Maharshi Charaka (Charaka was one of the principal contributors to Ayurveda) introduced ten drugs under Hridya Mahakashaya - group of cardiotonic drugs i.e. drugs having beneficial action on the heart) group that comprises mostly like ascorbic acid of citrus fruits in it. It is proven that certain phytoconstituents present in these herbs help to maintain a healthy state of blood vessels including coronary arteries.

Can ayurvedic treatment cure heart blockage?

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Answered: 24d ago
Yes,  Ayurveda for heart blockages is effective as it helps to reduce arterial blockages and improve cardiovascular health without the risk of any side effects.

How common is hydronephrosis?

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Answered: 24d ago
In 1 or 2 out of every 100 pregnancies, the fetus is diagnosed with hydronephrosis.

What are the stages of hydronephrosis?

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Answered: 24d ago
There are three stages of hydronephrosis: Mild: kidney function is slightly impacted, but the hydronephrosis typically resolves on its own. Moderate: typically no impact on kidney function, hydronephrosis symptoms will not progress. Severe: greater risk of decreased kidney function and risk of kidney damage.

How long does it take to recover from hydronephrosis

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Answered: 24d ago
Kidney function will begin decreasing almost immediately with the onset of hydronephrosis but is reversible if the swelling resolves. Usually kidneys recover well even if there is an obstruction lasting up to 6 weeks.

Is hydronephrosis serious?

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Answered: 24d ago
Severe hydronephrosis can lead to permanent kidney damage. Rarely, it can cause kidney failure. But hydronephrosis typically affects only one kidney and the other kidney can do the work for both.

Can dehydration cause cystitis?

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Answered: 24d ago
Dehydration concentrates the urine, resulting in a high level of minerals, it can irritate the lining of the bladder and cause painful bladder syndrome, or interstitial cystitis. Frequent, urgent urination and pelvic pain are common symptoms.

Does stress cause cystitis?

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Answered: 24d ago
Stress is not the cause of Interstitial cystitis (IC) , but it can trigger a flare up. When you stress at a flare, it only prolongs it and increases the intensity of the pain. Reducing stress is the best way to limit IC flares and their severity.

How long does cystitis last for?

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Answered: 24d ago
Most cases of mild cystitis will resolve itself within a few days. Doctors may prescribe a 3 day or 7 to 10 day course of medicine, depending on the patient. This should start to ease symptoms within a day.

What causes cystitis?

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Answered: 24d ago
Cystitis is usually caused by a bacterial infection, although it sometimes happens when the bladder is irritated or damaged for another reason.

How do you distinguish heartburn from a heart attack?

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Answered: 24d ago
https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/heartburn/in-depth/heartburn-gerd/art-20046483

What is the best way to get rid of kidney stones?

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Answered: 24d ago
https://www.healthline.com/health/kidney-health/home-remedies-for-kidney-stones

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What is the minimum size of kidney stone to get operated?

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Answered: 24d ago
Large kidney stones, - that measure approximately 5 mm or larger. Based on their size, they may have trouble moving through the urinary tract out of the body. In fact, they are prone to become lodged causing severe pain and other symptoms.

Can Ayurveda help treat kidney failure?

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Answered: 24d ago
The progress of the disease could be slowed but beyond that the end stage solution for the disease lies in dialysis followed by a kidney transplant. However, India also recognizes alternate medicines of which, Ayurveda argues that not only is kidney disease reversible, if detected and treated early it is also curable.

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How do you know if you have bladder stones?

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Answered: 24d ago
Typical symptoms of bladder stones include: lower abdominal pain, which can often be severe (men may also have pain in or around their penis) pain or difficulty when peeing. peeing more frequently (particularly at night)

What foods cause kidney stones?

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Answered: 24d ago
Avoid stone-forming foods: Beets, chocolate, spinach, rhubarb, tea, and most nuts are rich in oxalate, which can contribute to kidney stones.

What causes kidney stones?

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Answered: 24d ago
Kidney stones form when your urine contains more crystal-forming substances — such as calcium, oxalate and uric acid — than the fluid in your urine can dilute. At the same time, your urine may lack substances that prevent crystals from sticking together, creating an ideal environment for kidney stones to form.

How effective is Ayurveda in the treatment of Kidney diseases?

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Answered: 24d ago
In ayurvedic pharmacology there is a group of powerful herbs which are especially for the urinary system. called the mootra virechana, Mutrasangrahaneeya, Asmarighna dravyas and Mutravirajaneeya dravya of herbs. These natural medicines when used under proper direction helps to prevent and treat stones (kidney stone and bladder stone), tackle hormonal imbalances, normalise urine output by improving the normalising the filtration rate of the kidney. Discharge of waste and rejuvenating properties of these drugs help to prevent and repair the tissue damage.

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What causes urinary tract infections?

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Answered: 30d ago
Urinary tract infections typically occur when bacteria enter the urinary tract through the urethra and begin to multiply in the bladder. Although the urinary system is designed to keep out such microscopic invaders, these defenses sometimes fail. When that happens, bacteria may take hold and grow into a full-blown infection in the urinary tract.

How do you know if you have a urinary tract infection?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 30d ago
Urinary tract infections don't always cause signs and symptoms, but when they do they may include: A strong, persistent urge to urinate. A burning sensation when urinating. Passing frequent, small amounts of urine.

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What does it mean to have degenerative arthritis?

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Answered: 30d ago
Degenerative arthritis is a condition that involves the chronic breakdown of cartilage in the joints leading to painful joint inflammation.

What aggravates rheumatoid arthritis?

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Answered: 24d ago
Overexertion, poor sleep, stress or an infection like the flu can all set off RA symptoms. With a predictable flare you'll temporarily feel worse, but your symptoms will resolve in time. Unpredictable flares have more uncertainty associated with them.

Do you lose weight with rheumatoid arthritis?

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Answered: 24d ago
According to the Arthritis Foundation, an estimated two-thirds of people with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) are overweight or have obesity. Weight loss can be a side effect of RA medication or a symptom of the condition itself.

What is the life expectancy of a person with rheumatoid arthritis?

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Answered: 24d ago
RA can shorten your life expectancy by as much as 10 to 15 years compared to people who don't have the disease. But people with RA are living longer than ever before. Though the disease may still affect life expectancy, it doesn't have as much impact as it did in the past

What is the difference between muscular dystrophy and muscular atrophy?

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Answered: 24d ago
Muscular Dystrophy is the name given to a group of diseases which cause progressive weakness in the muscles due to a genetic defect. Muscular Atrophy describes another group of diseases which cause a progressive degeneration of the spinal nerves and wasting of the muscles that they control.

What happens when muscles atrophy?

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Answered: 24d ago
Muscle atrophy is when muscles waste away. It's usually caused by a lack of physical activity. When a disease or injury makes it difficult or impossible for you to move an arm or leg, the lack of mobility can result in muscle wasting.

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What exercise can I do with a prolapsed disc?

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Answered: 22d ago
Simple stretching and aerobic exercises can effectively control your herniated disc pain. Stretching programs like yoga and Pilates improve strength and flexibility, and offer relief of acute pain in your leg and low back.

Can a prolapsed disc heal on its own?

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Answered: 22d ago
Usually a herniated disc heals on its own. So most of the time nonsurgical treatment is tried first, including: Heat or ice, exercise, and other steps at home to help with pain and make your back stronger.

What causes disc prolapse?

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Answered: 22d ago
Disk herniation/disc prolapse is most often the result of a gradual, aging-related wear and tear called disk degeneration. As you age, your disks become less flexible and more prone to tearing or rupturing with even a minor strain or twist. Most people can't pinpoint the cause of their herniated disk.

Why is gout pain worse at night?

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Answered: 22d ago
The mechanism underlying the increased risk for nocturnal gout flare is unknown, but suspects include lower body temperature at night (leading to higher risk for uric acid crystallization), dehydration during sleep or periarticular dehydration resulting from sleep position, and a nighttime dip in blood cortisol levels.

How long will a gout attack last?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 22d ago
An episode of gout usually lasts for about 3 days with treatment and up to 14 days without treatment. If left untreated, you're more likely to have new episodes more frequently, and it can lead to worsening pain and even joint damage. During an episode of gout, you'll experience intense joint pain.

Is walking good for gout?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 22d ago
Exercise has no benefit or effect on breaking up tiny crystals of gout (monosodium urate crystals) in the joints. These tiny (microscopic) crystals are only as long as a white blood cell is wide.

Is gout a sign of kidney failure?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 22d ago
When you have kidney disease, your kidneys cannot filter out uric acid as well as they should. Too much uric acid building up in the body may cause gout. Most people with early stage kidney disease do not know they have it. Gout can be a warning sign of kidney disease.

What is the main cause of gout?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 22d ago
Gout is caused by a condition known as hyperuricemia, where there is too much uric acid in the body. The body makes uric acid when it breaks down purines, which are found in your body and the foods you eat.

Is Scleroderma a form of lupus?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 22d ago
Two autoimmune diseases that primarily affect the skin • Lupus symptoms may include fatigue and fever, scleroderma symptoms can include heartburn. Scleroderma patients may have other autoimmune diseases, such as systemic lupus erythematosus, or lupus. In fact, lupus affects an estimated 20 percent of all scleroderma patients. Such related conditions are often called overlapping or crossover diseases.

How fast does scleroderma progress?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 22d ago
The symptoms of localized scleroderma tend to develop slowly over time. The symptoms of systemic sclerosis may develop slowly or they may happen suddenly and get worse quickly. If it is acute or rapidly progressing, it may be a life-threatening condition that affects internal organs. The most critical period for rapid progression is usually within the first 2 to 5 years of the start of the disease.

What can mimic scleroderma?

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Answered: 22d ago
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What foods should be avoided with scleroderma?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 22d ago
Avoid eating two to three hours before bed- time. Avoid foods that may aggra- vate symptoms such as citrus fruits, tomato products, greasy fried foods, coffee, garlic, onions, peppermint, gas-producing foods (such as raw peppers, beans, broccoli or raw onions), spicy foods, carbonated beverages and alcohol.

Where does scleroderma usually start?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 22d ago
There are two kinds of scleroderma: Localized scleroderma mainly affects your skin. It happens in one of two forms: Morphea. This involves hard, oval-shaped patches on your skin. They start out red or purple and then turn whitish in the center. Sometimes, this type can affect blood vessels or internal organs. This is called generalized morphea. . Linear scleroderma is another  form of localized scleroderma which frequently starts as a streak or line of hardened, waxy skin on an arm or leg or on the forehead.

What is the life expectancy of a person with scleroderma?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 22d ago
Women in the group had a life expectancy 22.4 years shorter than the general population. For men, it was 26 years shorter. People with diffuse scleroderma were more likely to die than those with limited disease, with 24.2% of those patients dying within eight years.

What is scleroderma and its symptoms?

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How can you tell the difference between a frozen shoulder and a torn rotator cuff?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 22d ago
A lot of times, people confuse frozen shoulder with rotator cuff tear. However, the two are different. The frozen shoulder has a different pattern of symptoms which results in severe shoulder pain and cause stiffness. With a rotator cuff tear, the arm’s range of motion may be limited, but you can still lift it yourself. In contrast, frozen shoulder is characterized by aching pain and majorly follows constant immobilization.

What aggravates frozen shoulders?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 22d ago
People with a frozen shoulder should avoid all vata-aggravating diets and lifestyle practices. Frozen food, carbonated drinks, fast food, stale food, packaged food, chips, popcorn, white flour (refined flour) products, ice cream and any form of stimulant like tea, coffee or alcohol should be avoided.

Is heat good for frozen shoulders?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 22d ago
Applying heat or cold to your shoulder can help relieve pain.

Is it OK to massage a frozen shoulder?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 22d ago
Massage and stretching are extremely beneficial for treating frozen shoulder pain. Massage helps to relieve tension and tightness so your muscles can relax. This helps to restore mobility and improve function. It also may help improve blood flow to the affected area and reduce inflammation.

How long does it take for a frozen shoulder to go away?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 22d ago
How long frozen shoulder lasts. Frozen shoulder can take at least 1.5 to 2 years to get better. Sometimes it can be up to 5 years. But the pain and stiffness will usually go away eventually.

What is the main cause of frozen shoulder?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 22d ago
One of the most common causes of frozen shoulder is the immobility that may result during recovery from a shoulder injury, broken arm or a stroke. If you've had an injury that makes it difficult to move your shoulder, talk to your doctor about exercises you can do to maintain the range of motion in your shoulder joint.

Is there any Ayurvedic Treatment reliable for Ankylosing Spondylitis?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 22d ago
Ankylosing spondylitis (AS) is a rheumatic disease with various skeletal and extra skeletal manifestations. No satisfactory treatment is available in modern medicine for this disorder. Various Panchakarma procedures and Ayurvedic drugs have been proved useful for these manifestations.

How does a slipped disc feel?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 22d ago
This pain might shoot into your arm or leg when you cough, sneeze or move into certain positions. Pain is often described as sharp or burning. Numbness or tingling. People who have a herniated disk often have radiating numbness or tingling in the body part served by the affected nerves.

When should I go to the doctor about back pain?"

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 22d ago
If the pain is severe, ongoing, or accompanied by other symptoms such as numbness or tingling in your arms or legs, it may be time to see a back doctor.

How to relieve pain from standing long hours.

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What is the best Ayurvedic medicine for joint pain?

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Can I prevent arthritis?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 8d ago
Eating a diet low in processed foods and saturated fat and rich in fruits, vegetables, fish, nuts and beans can help fight the inflammation caused by osteoarthritis. Maintaining a healthy weight can also help reduce the pain and take pressure off the joints.

What organs are affected by rheumatoid arthritis?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 8d ago
Along with the joints, RA can affect many of the body's organs, including the heart, eyes, and brain, as well as the skeleton.

How serious is rheumatoid arthritis?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 8d ago
RA is a progressive disease, symptoms typically get worse. If left untreated, it can cause severe damage to the joints and serious complications in the major organs. However, there are a number of effective treatments, and proper treatment is critical to managing the progression of RA.

What is the main cause of rheumatoid arthritis?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 8d ago
Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune condition, which means it's caused by the immune system attacking healthy body tissue. However, it's not yet known what triggers this. According to Ayurveda, three biological elements are present in our body; vata, pitta and kapha which should be in balance. RA also known as Amavata/Vatarakta is caused due to an unwholesome diet and unhealthy lifestyle, which leads to impairment of digestion and aggravation of the Vata element. Impaired digestion causes accumulation of toxins known as ama and accumulation of ama (toxins) take place in joint(s), and it simulates rheumatoid arthritis (RA).

What are first signs of rheumatoid arthritis?

Dr.Aryambika U.S
Answered: 8d ago
Stiffness in the morning ,which lasts more than 1 hr. Pain, swelling, and stiffness in more than one joint. Symmetrical Joint Involvement. Joint deformity. Fever. Loss of function and mobility. Weight loss. Weakness. Thirst. Lack of appetite.

What are the best ayurvedic medicines for osteoporosis?

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What does Ayurveda recommend for bone health?

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What is the best Ayurvedic medicine for uric acid?

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What is the best treatment for rheumatoid arthritis?

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Which is the best ayurvedic medicine for arthritis?

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How does Ayurvedic treatment work for disc bulges and herniations?

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Is liver cirrhosis painful?

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How do you know if cirrhosis is getting worse?

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How do cirrhosis patients die?

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Can cirrhosis of the liver be cured?

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What causes liver cirrhosis?

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How long can you live with liver cirrhosis?

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Is jaundice a hepatitis?

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What is the normal range of jaundice?

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How long does liver take to heal?

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What are the 4 stages of cirrhosis of the liver?

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What vitamins help repair liver?

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Can jaundice affect kidneys?

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Which bacteria is responsible for jaundice?

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Are yellow nails a sign of jaundice?

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Does jaundice come on suddenly?

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Which organ is affected by jaundice?

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What is the last stage of jaundice?

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Does Vitamin D Help with jaundice?

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How can we test jaundice at home?

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How do I know whether my jaundice is cured or not?

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Where do you see jaundice first?

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How long does it take for jaundice to go away?

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Can jaundice be spread / contagious?

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Can jaundice be cured?

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Is jaundice in adults serious?

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What is Jaundice?

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How can I check if my liver is working fine or not?

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What does liver pain feel like, and where would the pain be located?

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What is the remedy for liver pain?

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