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. I read that the vagus nerve can slow down your heart rate. I do get some acid reflux or Gerd ... and it will be very slow but hard for 5 to 7 beats. Can Gerd or acid reflux be causing this to happen? It is quite ...

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I'm calling on behalf of a friend in Creston BC. She has nerve pain on her face which began on one ... should be satisfied with the regular procedures even though they are slow. She and I both fear ...

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A doctor told me to get checked for vagus nerve dystonia. What are the symptoms of this and why ... have never heard of the vagus nerve dystonia and I am afraid now. I do get occasional PACS and a few ...

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Academic Question. How does glucose get into a nerve cell? I know that glucose does not require ..., which I know is the current thinking. However nerve cells are very highly active cells all the time ...

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. I was told this sounds like vagus nerve compression. I am scheduled for an upper GI (with repair ... all of these symptoms (including the vagus nerve situation) sound like they are related? Would you say ...

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just do not have enought peristaltic. Is it possible to injure a nerv that is responsible to normal ...

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Is sacral nerve stimulation a good approach for a slow transit chronic constipation ( incomplete emptying causing could and overflow diarrhea)? I recently fixed an intestinal prolapse ( they used a mesh ...

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it be nerve damage. Also is there anything I could take to stop or slow it down? Thank you for your time ...

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I think my radial nerve is causing me pain. I saw a neurologist an he told me that my nerve is slowing down. The doctor was one of those that don t really explain things to you. He was not explicit ...

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Hello ,have nerve damage .I had surgery on my hand and elbow do to nerves damage . Question is by having nerve damage can it affect your vision ? I have been seeing sign of my right eye have very slow ...

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is partly responsible with AIDS / Polio vaccine ( Pulse polio ) is partly responsible with nerve diseases etc. due to over dose of vaccine i.e. more than 15 doses....Please response....from Samik Chakraborty ...

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Hello. I am a pharmacist, not a physician. Can you explain to me how cranial nerves VIII and VII ... year old male? Thank you for your response. ...

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I came across the following question and response on your site: WWW.WWWW.WW The question is basically my question.... I am expercing a condition where i feel my nerve endings are discharging ...

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I went through a bad accident resulting in bad nerve damage and barely to none able to move my left ... my mind off things... But I want a complete honest answer and does chewing tobacco stop or slow my ...

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nerve was very small and my signal was rather slow, but I DID NOT HAVE THE DISEASE! She told me that I ...

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Dear Friend. They are done to rule out neuropathies.

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Hi, Thanks for writing in. The back bone is made of small bones aligned one on top of each other with discs between them. At the discs, nerves from spinal cord comes out through holes on either side. As a person grows older, the discs can become out of place and apply pressure on the nerves causing pain. This is called pinching of nerve.