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The semptoms and causes of gout?

A: Hello,The symptoms of gout are sudden, unexpected, burning pain, swelling, redness, warmth, and stiffness in theaffected joint esp big toe,fever,kidney stones etc.The causes of gout are primary(idiopathic,hyperuricemia,protein rich foods,alcohol intake,heredity,obesity and chronic lead poisoning), orsecondary(associated with other diseases).Best.....
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What are Some causes of Back Aches?

A: Back aches are a frequent complaint in adults and can result from numerous causes. Back aches can refer to pain felt in any part of the back, though the cause tends to localize the pain to certain areas, like the lower or upper back or the neck. Certain conditions can predispose one toward feeling back pain. Certain conditions like pregnancy or being in the middle of a menstrual period can cause lower back aches. For these types, mild pain relievers may be of help, though pregnant women should seek guidance from their obstetrician prior to taking any medication, even if can be obtained over the counter. Sometimes, taking birth control pills can help women who have difficult periods to...
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What Are the causes of Weight Gain?

A: Weight gain is linked to a number of causes. The foremost cause of weight gain is simply eating more energy from food than the amount of energy that is used by the body. Some of the extra energy will then be stored by the body as fat, gradually causing weight gain. Another theory holds that some people have a genetically influenced “set weight,” which determines adult body sizes. In addition, sometimes weight gain can be traced to metabolism, which typically slows down as people age, or to certain medical conditions. Most weight gain is caused by the accumulation of fat. The energy in food is measured in calories, and eating fewer calories...


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What Are the causes of Liver Failure?

A: Liver failure occurs when damage to the organ causes it to improperly function and shut down. Acute liver failure is a sudden condition, often brought on by overdose or poisoning. Chronic liver failure is the result of a long-term, progressive degeneration, and is frequently caused by alcohol abuse, malnutrition, and cirrhosis. Other causes of liver failure include certain diseases, such as hepatitis and hemochromatosis.. Some causes of liver failure are sudden, one-time conditions that cause the organ to overload and shut down. One of the most common causes

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What Are the causes of Blood Clots?

A: There are several causes of blood clots, with the main causes being a physical response to trauma, the effects of a medical condition or a reaction to medication. Though blood clotting is a normal function of the human body, blood clots can be problematic and life-threatening when they form and block blood and oxygen from traveling to blood vessels and arteries. Additionally, blood clots can cause a number of other health conditions if they are untreated.. In normal situations, causes of blood clots are non-threatening, and they form in response to injury in the body, such as a cut or break in...


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what are the causes of swelling in hands and feet ? And what is the treatment

A: Swollen hands and feet occur for a variety of reasons. Pregnancy, obesity, sodium retention, allergies and various medications can all cause swollen feet and hands. Poor nutrition, hormone therapy and excessive time on your feet can also lead to swelling. To solve the issue, you should ascertain the cause of the swelling. If you have chronic swelling, make an appointment to see your doctor. In the interim, there are various things you can do to reduce swelling of both the hands and feet: Get off your feet, elevate your feet and hands, wear support socks and gloves, massage your hands and feet, apply ice to the hands and feet, eat a well-balanced, nutritional diet,...
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What is the cause of Restless Leg Syndrome?

A: The exact cause of restless leg syndrome is unknown in most patients. However, some cases of restless leg syndrome have been associated with pregnancy, obesity, smoking, iron deficiency and anemia, nerve disease, polyneuropathy, other hormone disease, such as diabetes, and kidney failure (which can be associated with vitamin and mineral deficiency). There are some drugs and medications that have been associated with restless leg syndrome including caffeine, alcohol, H2-histamine blockers and certain types of antidepressants....
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What are causes of Anorexia Nervosa?

A: Anorexia, or anorexia nervosa, is the medical term for an eating disorder. Anorexics limit their intake of food, sometimes to a life-threatening degree. The causes of anorexia are not fully known. They are thought to be caused by either physical or emotional problems. A person who suffers from anorexia has a fear of gaining weight. They limit the amount of food they eat and may become painfully thin. People around the anorexic may notice the change in weight, although the anorexic may not see any difference in his or her own appearance. A person who sufferers from anorexia may have a distorted body image. If this is the case, the image that the anorexic sees in the...
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What are the major causes of Piles or Hemorrhoids?

A: The major causes of hemorrhoids are diet and straining on the toilet. These two factors are actually linked because eating bad food leads to constipation that will cause the person to strain on the toilet. It was suggested that the Western diet that are rich in processed food and lacks fiber also contributes to developing of hemorrhoids. The design of modern toilet unfortunately encourage straining too. While other people read while sitting on the toilet which adds more pressure to the anal veins. Other factors that lead to hemorrhoids are aging, heredity, bouts of diarrhea, using laxatives. While pregnant women are also prone for this because the fetus puts on e...


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What are the causes of heel pain?

A: The common causes of heel pain include: *Being flat-footed or having a high arch *Overweight and obesity *Spending long hours on your feet *Diabetes *Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome *Archilles tendonitis Heel pain can be treated with some medications but there are some conservative treatments for it too, which includes: *let her Freeze a can of juice and place it on the bare floor. Place her hurting foot on it and Roll her foot over the can for at least 15 minutes. She should do this twice a day. This treatment will help reduce the inflammation in the foot and stretch out the arch. * She can also Take a rolling pin or a tennis ball, and roll her foot over it; this would to help stretch...


 
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