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Last answer by Arri London 64 months ago +0 votes:
Best thing is for you to talk to your physician about any lymphadenopathy. Here is an article (not mine) that might help: http://www.patient.co.uk/doctor/Assessing-Lymphadenopathy.htm more
Last answer by Rena Sherwood 65 months ago +0 votes:
It is unknown what causes Tourette's syndrome.  It could be a combination of factors such as genes and problems with brain function.  Read more about it from the Mayo Clinic. more
Last answer by Amanda Wilkins 65 months ago +0 votes:
Conjoined,or Siamese twins are formed when a woman only produces one egg which does not fully separate.The embryo starts to split into two identical twins but stops before the process is completed. The partially separated egg develops into a conjoined foetus and conjoined twins are always the same sex.The skin and internal organs are fused together.They can be separated by an intricate operation ... more
Last answer by Amanda Wilkins 65 months ago +1 votes:
Rayda I am so sorry.I am in my sixties and very active.I love running,have done marathons and there is a lot more I want to do in my life. I would be devastated to have such a diagnosis as I have always been so healthy.My mother lived to be 93 and was active until her 90s so it has never crossed my mind that I am "old". What would I do?I don't know and I hope I will never be faced with such a de... more
Last answer by norlaw 65 months ago +1 votes:
Pseudo means false so a pseudo-pregnancy would be a false pregnancy.  This can happen in humans and animals.  There will be all the signs of pregnancy but person or animal will not be pregnant. more
Last answer by +Paulose 66 months ago +0 votes:
Ayurveda suggests a remedy for this. Soak ajwain seeds (in Tamil Omam), similar to caraway seeds, in sesame seed oil overnight. Eat this next day morning. It reduces excessive sweating of palms and feet. Green vegetables such as broccoli, asparagus and white onion are good for getting relief from this problem. more
Last answer by Linda Smith 76 months ago +0 votes:
Go to endocrinologist and have thyroid tests, thyroid scan insist on one be done. Scan will show thyroid problem when blood work says all is well.  Lupus is another possibility too. more
Last answer by Barbara Sonja Biller 80 months ago +0 votes:
Probably not, I suffered a brush scratch to the eye once, very painful incident, I guess my hand decided that my eyeball required some styling. more
Last answer by Gururaj Rao 83 months ago +0 votes:
Porphyria is common in north European countries like UK and Sweden(acute intermittent porphyria). Hereditary coproporphyria is common in Europe and North America whereas variegate porphyria is more common among the Afrikaner population of South Africa(3 in 1000) more
Last answer by John E. Hubertz 103 months ago -1 votes:
The need to send Kevin (kdelik) all your worldly goods and jump in to the wecorporation startup where we factoidz folks go global with opensource ideas and use our skills to go from idea to market in say.... 11 weeks? The idea is a quarter sized disc that sticks to your electric meter, it just watches the big dial - same as the cam sensor on your car. It sends a micro radio signal to a nearby hous... more