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Does carbon monoxide or heparin exposure cause a lump on neck, nose bleeds, vascular changes, numbness on top of skull, kidney pain, blood in urine and fatigue ?

cabon monoxide or heparin exposure? help me please giiving up hope on finding any help online for free the following symptoms.... a lump on neck.... nosebleeds ... vascular changes..... numbness on top of skull... kidney pain.... blood in urine ... fatigue and yes these are VERY REAL possibilities figured id post under a diff catagory..... really getting iritatatred that i is this hard to get any kind of feed back at all or to find free med opinions online i thought this would be easy to talk to somebody but after 4 hours online and NOTHING ...... REALLY?!?!?!? i guess easy was the wrong thing to expect
Asked On : Sat, 9 Apr 2011
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How can you imagine disorders which may not be possible !.
Consult your family physician, undergo detailed medical and biochemical evaluation and this will prove you are fine.
Answered: Fri, 22 Jul 2011
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