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Does chewing ice cubes harm you

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is it ok to place an ice cube on a hemorrhoid for 30 seconds at a time as a treatment regimen. This is for an external hemorrhoid. ...

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Does chewing ice have an impact on iron in the body or affect acid reflux ...

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Why does some eat ice all the time? She says she is thirsty but wants to chew ice instead. she does this almost all day. ...

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pain left side under rib cage fells like your touching it with ice cube also a rash under breast bone ...

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I had a 'Macular Cube' Picture taken of my eyes. The picture of my left eye says "fovea not found" at the top. What does this mean?? Also, does this picture show anything that would explain my major eye loss ...

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Hi, Even i am very much addicted to chewing ice cubes and sometimes i get such a huge pain, still i feel my life is incomplete without chewing atleast 2 to 3 trays of ice cubes without fail, no matter ...

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Hello I would just like to know if eating bags of ice cubes are bad for you? I am 38 weeks pregnant and for about 12 weeks now all Ive wanted is ice cubes. I would like to know also if they are not bad for you ...

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assessment do regarding eating ice cubes so that I, his daughter, know he is not anemic or has a thyroid problem since he is complaining of cold feet recently? I know the ice cube eating and the cold feet sound ...

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Since 2-3 months I have this urge to eat raw rice and chew on icecubes. Also I started to love eat just plain cooked rice. My whole life I had problems with cramps which I could get all over my body ...

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Hello, so just a few minutes ago me and my sister did this things called the salt and ice challenge. you put ice on your arm and hold and ice cube on it. We did this for about 50 seconds and now we have ...

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and nicotine gum. Since finding out I have stopped the vaping but still chew the occasional nicotine gum. I ... found out I was pregnant. Thank you! ...

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cubes for constipation, after i took it i realised that it was expired on 01.2010 and today is 17.2.2010. I am experiencing nausea right now and I am very worried. Please Help. Thank You, Sara ...

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weeks. And then i just nuy more. Also im addicted to ice. In the morning when i get ready for work i go go through 4 ice trays. When i get home from work, i start eating ice like crazy. Up until i go ...

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Someone i know was just diagnosed with type 2 diabetes.. She s very confused as to what she can and can t eat.. Is ice cream out of the question.. or is there a certain kind that would be safe or does ...

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Does eating ice make you gain weight ? ...

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doctor1 MD

Good evening. Yes, cause as we know the cold objects decrease the blood flow to the any area. Be it your wound or swelling. So when you eat ice, the blood flow to the throat area will decrease and it will increase your throat pain. Warm gargles recommended

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Hi, Thanks for writing to us Chewing ice will not make anemia worse, but is a sign of iron deficiency anemia. This needs to be treated with the appropriate dose of iron and folic acid Let me know if you have any other questions

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NO IT DOESNT. PLZ CONSULT A DERMATOLOGIST FOR WORKUP. THANX