Effects of smoking parsley

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Avatar f tn If you think you have endometriosis I high recommend taking a daily dose of parsley. It's cheap and it worked for me. There are no known side effects either. I hope this helps...
280700 tn?1210287416 My side effects were hot flashes, moodiness, breast tenderness, cramping, fatigue, nausea, and extreme hunger which lead to weight gain and I'm still feeling those side effects. Since so many of those side effects are symptoms of pregnancy it was very upsetting to find out I didn't ovulate and I'm not pregnant. Hoping for better results next cycle...
Avatar n tn Is it possible to develop a food allergy in adulthood that you have never experienced before? I'm 32 years old and have recently developed unexplained head pain; a CAT scan showed nothing abnormal. I had a 24-hour respite from the head pain and then it returned. The only thing I could associate with the change was eating chocolate and can recall an increase in my chocolate consumption over the past two weeks. Can an adult develop a food allergy from out of nowhere?
Avatar m tn also the saline warm water solution for your sinuses as an irrigation. Also a good natural solution is to est tiny bits of fresh parsley. ***NEVER *** place anything in the throat area to try to dislodge particles that you could accidentally drop & aspirate into the airway or swallow into the esophagus ! then you will have a medical emergency !
Avatar m tn I also have frequent massages and see a chiropractor on a regular basis. All seem to help with the side effects of treatment. I'm not expert on herbals, but of the ones I know on your list, they don't seem particularly risky. Good luck!
544292 tn?1268886268 So glad you are choosing to join us. This is the place to be if you want off Tramadol. Lots of love, information and empathy here!
Avatar n tn that isn't enough to cause any type of side effects, water retention or pregnancy. A much higher intake of hcg would be needed to increase your chances or pregnancy or multiple births.. don't let that scare you.
Avatar n tn Perhaps more than any other area of anxiety, the fragrance factor is one which is often solved with home and folk remedies. My favorite is parsley. Believe it or not, parsley is a key ingredient of some breath fresheners, so munch a bunch and see (or smell) what it does for you. By the way, why not JOIN this group (instructions follow) and continue to report to us what you discover. Bad enough that we should have panic -worse that we should clear the room when we walk in.
Avatar n tn 1) Alcohol consumption will always have adverse effects on all of your body's systems. In addition, I am extremely skeptical of alcohol’s supposed health benefits. 2) This goes for nicotine and obviously other, more serious, drugs. 3) Caffeine consumption will have adverse effects on your digestive system, especially. 4) Milk and cream products produce flatulence in me, and they most likely do the same for you.
Avatar n tn Honestly I really didn't start having a problem with afib until after this so I'm not totally sure myself that certain antibiotics beyond the killing off of the friendly gut bacteria which in and of itself is very bad don't themselves have other side effects that are yet unknown and or perhaps related? Could be the mumps? I do not know but I do know more people are treated with antibiotics than get an adult onset case of the mumps.
1979414 tn?1337806949 hey! i know this post is somewhat old now, but how comforting it was to read, as you sound 100% like me! i just turned 26 in may, and the day after my birthday i had a horrible panic attack which prompted me to call 911 and spend a whole night in the ER. My blood pressure had shot up to 177/113 with all kinds of crazy racing heart/skipping beat/thudding beats going on. tight chest, cold sweat, trembling/shaking. nothing crazy was really happening either, i had just smoked a cigarette but..
Avatar n tn Both of them drink quite a lot of alcohol daily and one of them has also consumed tons of beef throughout life in an area where cows are still raised with estrogen. He also developed prostate problems. What I`m getting at is that you might have too much estrogen in your system or maybe it is a side effect of any medication. And, oh yes, anti-depressants will do that to you too. I hear your despair and you`re too young to beat yourself up about this for the rest of your life.
Avatar n tn Thanks for your responses. i check back and like to hear whats going on and to see if anyone not only has this but what they or their dr.'s have done. If you like try some of my suggestions above in one of my post or in this one. Also, one thing I did not mention in past post when I started this is that anxiety also can bring this rapid heart rate and or atrial fibrilation on as well. Being bloated, gassy, uncomfortable in your stomach and or digestive tract can bring on anxiety.
Avatar m tn Almost like mucus drainage or something. I have been able to pull some of it up out of my throat and spit it out but it's clear with no color or spots or anything. No relief comes from that. Sometimes I can make it go away for a couple of minutes if I brush the back of my tongue. I took some Ztus expectorant last night hoping it would release it but no luck. Does anybody else have this problem and what can I do about it? I'm going to schedule an ENT appt. next week.
Avatar n tn I was also wondering if any or all experience the opposite effects with meds (need to take morning instead of night or vice versa)or caffiene (it actually makes me more tired)I am writing a research paper for school and would appreciate any info...***@****. almost every time I get blood drawn,i.v's I passout..does anyone else? I am also trying to find out whether or not there is any link between b.t.minor and leukemia/ Lymphoma.
Avatar n tn first of all if you have plants around where you are to then you should get rid of them, plants are one of the main places that Gnats/fruit flies are attracted to because of the moist soil from being watered. good luck keeby and let me know how it goes.
Avatar n tn I have extreme referred leg Pain - caused by assumed sciatic nerve pressure from bulge from diagnosed minor Bulging L5 / S1 disc. Signs of canal stynosis - as I have pins and needles in my left foot and calf muscle consistantly. I get severe Glutenal cramping from walking so awkwardly to lessen the impact as sitting and walking seems to aggravate sciatic nerve due to added pressure on the disc. Lying down relieves leg pain. Acupuncture and physio can not relieve my pain more than temporaraly.
Avatar n tn Just because they didn't find anything concerning doesn't mean they didn't care about you in the ED. What you're experiencing is a lot more common than you may think and they see a lot of it. They know when to worry and when not to. The fact that your ectopics have been visualized and deemed benign should be extremely reassuring. If it isn't, then you have a different issue, which is anxiety.
Avatar m tn I experienced this sort of thing for many years after taking Accutane in 1985. The worst side effects of this drug appear after one is done with the course of therapy. Because of this the correlation between the dysfunctions of the body and the drug is lost.
Avatar f tn Today I went for a lower back MRI and had a hard time holding still because of feeling crampy and cold. All of the docs say it is a coincidence that any of my problems started shortly after receiving the implant. I have sent blood in for the Melisa test, but wonder if a reaction will show being I was not able to refrain from using inhalers for five days. The implant has adhered to the bone and looks "perfect".
Avatar f tn I know that we need to find a cure for cancer, diabetes, heart disease and alot of other things that cause suffering, but can't we find some research money for menopause? Afterall, it effects to one extent or another at least 1/2 of the population - and by extention, the entire population because men have to live with us. As you said, except possbily for the woman found frozen outside, no one ever died from menopause - but what a way to have to live.
Avatar n tn It is not a deep, internal pain, but seems close to the surface, just to the right of that little cartlidge/bone that splits the rib cage...just to the right of the stomach. What the heck could it be? My MD put me on Nexium, thinking maybe it is peptic in nature, but 60 days of Nexium and still the pain persists.
Avatar n tn 4. After a minute of sweating I suddenly feel something coming out of my rear end. I try to squeeze it out and only a hard stool comes out. 5. The sweating stops and the stomach cramp subsides. I think everything is over and I clean up. I walk out of the toilet and in about 2 minutes time the stomach cramp and the fainting sensation comes back (I've fainted only once to date from this and was out for about 15-20 minutes). 6.
Avatar m tn As other have stated, it's a feeling of invisible bugs crawling on you and it effects every part of your body including sometimes the ears, nose and eyelids. There is no rash or bite marks of any kind. Whats really strange is, i live with my youngest daughter and she claims she doesn't have the sensation. She is enrolled in online school and i am seasonally employed so in the winter her and I are in the apartment 24/7 except for quick trips to the store.
162948 tn?1205256292 I HATE Mirena! I must be the "rare" side effects group expect now I'm finding tons of people like me. After insertion, I bled for the first THREE months straight, which after a month I called the doctor and he said it sometimes happens. From then on it's been an on going mess. I will have a period then not again for a month or two, then twice in one month! I have to carry supplies with me all the time.
Avatar n tn I don't have any other symptoms besides frequent urination and butterflies in my stomach that could just be from the excitement of the whole situation. So I guess my question is whether or not it is "worth it" to take another pregnancy test; if so, when; or, what else could even be the cause of such a delay in my usually predictable period? Thanks for any comments, etc! Katie L.