Answer: It takes a while, but take a nice warm bath. Then get out and wear somthin light. Then lay down and watch t.v. w/an ice pack on your head. After that you should eat somthin or drink somthin warm. Next you should take a couple asprins. (under 12 1 asprin,12 and over 2 asprins,50 and over you may wana take 3) then you relax. Trust me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ...oh and if your bleeding I would recomend the emergancy room! thanks, marissa
***Under no circumstances should you be taking aspirin. The chance of death after a head injury is drastically increased by the presence of blood-thinners. Aspirin does thin the blood. A headache can be a sign of serious damage after a head injury and should not be ignored. If in doubt, contact a doctor. ***
Answer: pregnancy movement Yes, you should seek a doctor if you have not felt the baby kick or just not felt any kind of movement.
I bet you will feel a kick any day now 20 weeks is usually when you feel the first one, but any time you are worried it is advisable to get a check just in case.
Answer: Well, there are the symptoms of the Thirst: depression, migraines, lack of energy, etc. Also, some people are very sensitive to bright lights and to the sun. In addition, for blood drinkers, there are all kinds of fun diseases to watch out for.
Answer: No. You have already paid taxes on the money that you used to pay the insurance premiums. I am an insurance agent that works for a company that sells cancer insurance. Your payouts MAY be subject to taxation if your premiums were paid through your employer, and they pre-taxed them. It is important to seek the advice of a tax professional to ensure that you report all necessary income.
Answer: Basic medical insurance usually just covers things like Hospitalization. Whereas comprehensive coverage will cover your office visits, medications, surgery and hospitalizations. Of course, keep in mind that there may be deductibles involved.
Answer: If a person is looking for medical treatment and they do not have insurance, that could be a problem. I would suggest they go to their local clinic. There they will only have to pay a small fee.
Answer: Yes, definitely. Health is a major factor considered by life insurance underwriters when assessing your premium rating. There are other factors such as age, family health history, gender, occupation, lifestyle habits such as whether you smoke, etc. For instance, if you have an incurable illness, most life insurance will deny coverage. The best life insurance rates are reserved for those who are healthy and young. The more health problems you have, the more your premiums will increase.
Answer: 1. Severe pain that does not go away after two weeks. 2. Any form of discharge from any orifice that is not natural or usual. 3. Difficulty in breathing that does not subside after rest. 4. Any painless lump. 5. Irregular heartbeat.
Answer: You can try to convince somebody to get medical care to someone who refuses to seek it but you can not make them go get medical care cause it is up to them all you can do is try to get them to go but you can not force them to go get some medical care
Answer: If you have medicare and you are a dependent on your spouses medical insurance policy then you would be primary under your spouse and Medicare would be secondary payor. There are a few circumstances where Medicare would be primary but very few (your spouse is covered under COBRA, the group is less than 20 members, or you have end stage renal disease.)Medicare is 99.99 % always secondary because it is a government program (much like Medicaid.)I hope this helps:)Evan
Answer: SOONEST.Yes, you should tell somebody about it !NOW! because there might be something wrong inside your body, and this could be very urgent. Also a good idea is to see if there are any other symptoms (migraines, any pains anywhere) and do some research on the net. But please, TELL SOMEBODY, and make sure you do seek medical attention.