What are the causes of UTI? UTIs are caused by bacteria getting into the bladder from the kidneys ... be infected easily. * In older children improper cleaning can also be a cause. Wiping back to front pulls ...
to connect the arteries near the groins. i just want to know if hes going to be okay and what could of caused ... was cold, and he could hardly breath plus he had arm pains. i didnt go to the hospital with my dad cause im ...
What can cause your triglycerides to get to 575? And it is not being caused by what i am eating.? I am pretty sure its not what i am eating, I live a veray healthy eating lifestyle, I am 26 years old ...
What are the causes of baldness? # Heredity and aging. # Hormonal changes. # A serious illness or fever. # Medication such as cancer chemotherapy or too much Vitamin A. # Emotional or physical stress ...
The most common is a neuralgic pain due to compression of the exiting nerve in the hip region.
What is the cause of having back fats?
Becoming obese is a constitutional problem. That means in addition to the eating habits your genetics also decide the tendency to become fatty. It is again the genetics that decide which part of your body should get more accumulation of fat. Also different countries and different groups vary. You can again contact me:
Dr C. J. Varghese
I have had continuing bilateral thigh pain. what could cause this
You have given improper history . It need to be reviewed by orthopaedition until then take analgesic (NSAID) ,PPI and warm compression.
Thanks n regards
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