Nose bled after eating chocolate. Is it due to weather?
my 2 1/2 year old son drink some Chocolate milk Monday night with his supper and also had a glass yesterday morning.... at the sitters yesterday his nose started bleeding . could there be a connection here? It seems to only happen when he drinks milk especially chocolate milk. but eating...
Excessive sweating while asleep, kindly suggest
My 6 year old daughter sweats excessively while sleeping. There have been nights where she fell asleep in my bed and after we moved her to her bed, we have had to change the sheets of my bed before we could go to sleep. I keep the ceiling fan in her room turned on and only cover her with a sheet...
Nausea after eating, sweating. Help
Several hours after I eat, I get the feeling that I am going to throw up if I don t eat something immediately, I feel fine after I throw up. Usually I have been busy doing something, i.e. unload groceries, I am sweating, feel nauseous and throw up. This does not happen on a regular basis, several...
I got fever and black stools after eating some chocolate candy. I am 74
i am 74 yrs age- good health--i recently ate some choclate candy and it was a lot--i became sick and weak-my temperature reached 101..i took pepto bismol- after 2 days in bed i felt better--temp back to normal--but my stool is still black-i have no pain when i go to release stool, i have not been...
I dont eat in the mornings try not to eat lunch, only normally eat dinner, and snack, i eat alot of chocolate, but i swear to god im fat,i just want a thigh gap
Chocolates and other sweets are high in calories. One chocolate bar may contain more calories than one meal. Therefore you don't seem to eating right. It needs to be changed. Consider Ask A Doctor to discuss further.
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my daughter is suffering from cough and panting after taking sweets, chocolates etc.. is there any solution for that?
Thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum.
As you mentioned that sweets are responsible for her cough i.e. allergy to sweets , so the best treatment is to avoid such type of sweets.
2nd option is give her anti allergic drugs ( personally I don't like drugs) .
So avoidance is the best treatment .
Good luck for little daughter.
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