Men's health eat this not that fast food

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649848 tn?1534637300 You bet your sweet behind medical personnel are biased against women, ranging from not taking our complaints as seriously as they do men's to thinking that we are to blame for our weight issues (poor diet/lack of exercise, etc), not other factors. I had this very discussion with someone earlier in the week and it's a fact that if a man were to go to a doctor or ER with some of the same complaints we go with, they would be taken much more seriously than they are when we present them.
Avatar f tn The people on this site and others that are complaining of this problem are mostly if not all female. My daughter is preteen and I have seen as old as early 40's, with a lot in their 20's. These are all ages of significant hormonal changes. My daughter is the youngest I have read about. She is obviously not on any birth control or any other meds. She has no gall bladder or any other medical condition. She is rapidly hitting puberty though. She is also a vegetarian but has been for over a year.
Avatar m tn Why do you think you have eosinphilic folliculitis? Did a doctor tell you that you have this? Regular folliculitis is cased by a bacterial infection and follows the follicules. Eosinophilic folliculitis is Itcy red bumps on the upper part of the body. it is most often seen in people with HIV or in HIV negative but immunosuppressed or those with low T helper cells. Also, those with leukemia and lymphoma. HIV negative normal individuals in Japan can also get this.
Avatar n tn I would go with a disc replacement before I would let them fuse anything. Your insurance may not cover that yet though. This just puts more pressure on the other discs anyways. And it’s so invasive; people are never right after it. If you have surgery…,.. be smart and give up the dead lifts, squats, and have a friend help lift your GD toolbox out of your trunk!!!! It’s a good option if you’re willing to live a more thoughtful life….. at least you can think without all that pain.
Avatar n tn And on top of it we are tying to get pregnant.And with the 2 baby's i got pregnant fast but this time its not that easy.Well i had the iud taking out 3 months ago maybe that is the problem my dr said i can get pregnant next day lol but i guess its not happening.I m a very clean person front to back changing my panties 2 time a day.I just don't know what ales to do my poor hubby is in for it lol i cant have the light on when we make love and i always ask him if there is anything on him.
Avatar n tn And I have never had any problems with allergies. I want to rub the heck out of it and am trying to refrain. I'm not sure that this is the same as everyone else but just thought I'd add in case anyone has any ideas for me. Unfortunately no insurance here either and not sure if a doctor visit will help.
1591337 tn?1297104949 I am tapering myself off the fast food. I begin my day with a banana and low fat yogurt. Then I eat something not so good for you for lunch. Then I eat healthy snacks like grapes, apples, blueberries,ect. Then I try to eat a pretty healthy supper. I feel like my bloodpressure spikes when it gets dark for some reason. What I'm asking is do you think I am hurting my body buy the way I took them to the extreme. I'm not very active yet but that's my next goal. Thanks for the input!
Avatar m tn The physiology of your head may be different from my head and you could experience a problem that I would not have, so it’s another risk you must assume. This technique will work for almost any infection of the nose, if you‘re willing to take the risk. If an unfortunate side effect should happen to you, well, I am sorry. I am not charging you for this, you are not paying me for it, so don’t sue me. It’s a responsibility that you have to assume.
Avatar f tn Also had a liver biopsy in May 08, but did not get results back yet.Add high blood pressure and high cholesterol to that. Now, since I had to have medical clearance for the hysperoscopy, the Dr took and EKG in her clinical office, and said I needed to have a stress test done. I REFUSED. She said she "thinks", from reading the EKG that something is wrong with my heart. Since I refused, she ordered an ultra sound of my heart instead.
535904 tn?1213468238 In our 'real' worlds, some of us do not get the support, compassion, understanding and allowances for our moods that we get here. We often get the opposite and that is not good. So....hang in there...loving how you are so insightful to your own mind and body. I don't have that, but I'm learning how to work on it because of the suggestions on here. Being gullible, knowing that, and questioning everything is a good thing, I think.
Avatar m tn A referral to a GI specialist, or surgeon, can be considered for further discussion. Followup with your personal physician is essential. This answer is not intended as and does not substitute for medical advice - the information presented is for patient education only. Please see your personal physician for further evaluation of your individual case. Kevin, M.D. http://www.straightfromthedoc.
544292 tn?1268886268 Please come on in and make yourself at home. This is a very good place to be if you want to get off and stay off Tramadol.
1007653 tn?1259389567 And I don't mean to demean weight lifting -- I did it until recently, when my arms started hurting for some reason, and if I get it fixed I'm going back to it. I just know from managing health food stores for many years that you have three kinds of weight lifters -- those who just want to be fit and toned and strong, those who want to look a certain way, and serious athletes.
Avatar f tn Today has been another one of those days where I have just about eaten everything in creation. I don't wish to disclose what or how much because that will probably make me be sick -probably not a bad thing considering. I saw my GP today. He said he spoke to the psychiatrist specializing in bpd. He told me the doctor is scaling back his private practice but would be prepared to see me providing the mhs agree. He is still working for the mhs in another city.
250084 tn?1303311035 If possible scale back on your work hours and get some help during this time and you need to schedule time for rest...I'm not kidding on that! Your body is fighting a battle right now and it is the drugs against the Hep C and it does wipe you out energy wise-during the fight. One way to cope with that is to make sure that you get adequate rest. As far as the sex thing-it's always, always, always affected me there. Had many conflicts w/hubby over that one. I'm like, 'not into it...
3079363 tn?1363277315 Since I have started the ecig my health has improved. I am assuming not all the toxins that I was inhaling. I have more energy and my balance for walking has increased. Still using my walker but getting around my house much easier. I have also noticed movement in my legs has improved and yesterday walked more than I have in years and didn't have leg weakness and aching the remainder of the day as a result.
Avatar n tn Stool color is normal so far ( I read someplace that if it starts getting yellower call the dr ASAP). But this is not the case, is just that it smells worse than ever.. Would that mean hepatic function is deteriorating? Once again sorry for this kind of posts, but one can't be too careful on the wait/watch phase.
Avatar n tn Difference today is that I did not eat a thing all day, only 3 cups of coffee over a 2 hr period and this episode occured around noon. In the past I some times felt like vomiting, but today I did not. After it subsided I had to lay down for an hr only for it to begin all over again, but this time not as bad. I was diagnosed last yr with a hiatal hernia and was prescribed Nexium twice a day. This is hereditary unfortunately. I just have to watch what I eat.
Avatar n tn If you're taking this pill just to loose weight, and not for a health reason, you should stop taking it, and see that if you keep eating healthy, and walking, you'll still loose! And BTW, taking this pill 10 mins before a meal to help with your appetite is crazy! All diet pills tell you to take it 30min.s before each meal.. b/c it takes 30 min.s to start working...10 min.s? that pill isn't doing anything for you when you're eating!
Avatar n tn I've read that hair loss can be attributed to a lack of estrogen. So not sure if you're at that age or not. Hair loss is also a symptom that some people with lupus deal with. I've had some estrogen issues just recently and have noticed my skin is a lot drier than usual, probably a result of the lowering estrogen.
Avatar f tn There are still alot of discoveries to be made. Furthermore I think its despicable that people can not get tested for this during STD screenings. Males in particular. Of course 80% of the population has some sort of HPV. 80% of the population would also have HIV if we didn't test for it!
1395422 tn?1308019851 I am going to circumcise my child but the doc is right- there's no medical reason for it. For me it's cleaner and nicer. As for the pain, when there that young it's not that bad. My friend just had her son circumcised and he cried for 2 min and then he was fine. In the end it's your preference- don't let anyone push you to make the decision.
Avatar n tn Now I am not saying it is the greatest drug in the whole wide world I have some trouble with word retrieval but not much.But other than that I am okay with it . I hope this helps.
Avatar n tn i am down to 134lbs and i am 5'6. my husband says that this is unhealthy and that the doctor should not prescribe me any more he just recently gave me a three month prescription.
Avatar n tn Thanks so much for advice, I think this Endo deals with a lot of thyroid but one thing right off the bat I didn't like was he only deals with Men's hormonal issues and not women's. I was hoping that he was going to help with my menopausal & osteopenia issue along with the thyroid since they all interact with each other in the body. After my phone call tomorrow I may be looking for a new Endo..probably a good thing if it comes to that.
Avatar m tn So if even considering this protocol, it is important to be VERY closely monitored and be very vigilent on knowing the very first signs of hyper and reducing or stopping taking T3 medication to keep from going Hyper. I'm not saying that this is your probelem. But getting tested for RT3 may make some sense to rule it out if nothing else. There is very little difference I don't think between Nature Thyroid and Armour. Both are natural dessicated thryroid medications derived from pig thyroid.
Avatar n tn I don't know what it's called, it might not be available in the US. My gyno says that she's ambivalent about this vaccine, but that she has some patients who swear by it. It lasts about a year. I'll post again about my progress. BTW, back when I thought it was yeast, I tried a no-sugar diet, ate at least 2 cloves of garlic a day, took grapeseed extract, and ate coconut oil. Didn't do a thing.
Avatar n tn It all depends on how much discomfort this is causing you but if your piece isn't getting any smaller, can still get hard, isn't causing you pain and you don't have any bother urinating then, evne though what you describe isn't normal, it might not be anything to worry about. That said, I'm not going to tell anyone how to feel about this or any other medical condition.
Avatar n tn At the time, I didn't even consider that to be my problem. Now, I am not so sure. I know this may be a dumb question, but what effect, if any, would I have if my thyroid is normal and I took a a few doses of my wifes medication to see if there was any positive effects. When I went to my physical, the doctor threw some medication at me that made me even more blah (Zoloft & a stopped taking that), so i figure what would it hurt to try this other medication.
288415 tn?1231634102 It's kind of reassuring to read this thread and know that I'm not alone in being driven mad by ear itch. I also get the wetness at night or if I scratch too hard. I usually scratch with my pinky so I have to make sure the nail is short so I don't do any damage. My doctor looks in my ears and sees nothing unusual, just a bit of redness from my scratching, and occasionally some "excess" wax in one ear. Here's what he told me. I am in a viscious circle of itching and scratching.