Answer: Most likely, you have a sexually transmitted disease. My guess would be syphilis.http://mayoclinic.com/health/syphilis/DS00374/DSECTION=symptomsAs far as the discharge goes, that can be anything from vaginosis to chlamydia.Get yourself to a doctor or clinic as soon as possible.
Answer: I think you will find not many people have used this as it is a new product in the market.But from reveiws I have read, it has worked on the people who have used it.I think you will find not many people have used this as it is a new product in the market.But from reveiws I have read, it has worked on the people who have used it.
yes, typically it will run from 3 days to a week after you stop taking them. depending on what you took and for how long you might also want to have a doctor check for a hole in the nose from chemicals burning thru..good luck and congrats on stopping!
Answer: Your nose will get swollen and red from prolonged blowing activity. If it is that bad, then you need to get medical attention. Sensitive noses usually means an allergies - there are very effective medications that can help eleviate nasal passage problems.Rob has blown his nose quite a lot then :)
Answer: I found success by first gargling with a salty solution to clear mucus from my throat. I then pulled down the accumulated mucus in my nasal passages into my throat and then spit it out through my mouth. Fortunately, that problem has only happened once in over twenty years of from four to ten cats temporarily or permanently in our home.
Answer: You can itch an itch in a cast with a coat hanger or other similar thin long item you can slide down the inside of the cast. However, extreme caution should be used. Make sure that the item that you are going to use will not scratch or cut the skin. Scratches or cuts to the skin covered by a cast could result in an infection. The inside of a cast is dark, damp and warm....all great ways increase the possibility of an infection. The inability to wash or treat a cut could also increase the danger of infection.
Put adhesive bandage tape on the end of the hanger, and ask your Doc if you can take some generic Benadryl [Dipenhydramine HCL ].