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What are the best treatments for fibromyalgia? I am sensitive to sleep aids - but I need something to help me get over being exhausted.

A: the nurse practitioner who is treating me is a fellow sufferer, and that means that she has tested whatever she gives me. We are both taking a muscle relaxer at bedtime called Zanaflex. It isn''t a cure-all, but it both induces sleep and relaxes the knots in our muscles and gives us pain relief. the relief usually lasts about 20 hours before it wears off in the evening. If you know you are sensitive to sleep aids, do you have medication and food allergies? We both do, and we find that our disease is very sensitive to those allergies, getting...


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for my gastritis problem its been a 3 years this I''m carrying, I want to cure this one but I don''t know how and why I follow everything told me. Hope you help me

A: Gastritis is not a condition or a disease on its own, but is a term that is used to describe a whole group of disorders that have one thing in common, which is an inflammation in stomach lining. the bacteria that lead to stomach ulcers are the same that lead to a stomach gastritis problem. However, there are several other factors that could lead to this condition. for some people, gastrit

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What is the best way to get rid of the mouth infection Gingivitis, i have tried mouth washes.?

A: Ok first off you can''t get rid of Gingivitis once you have it. What you can do however, is prevent it from getting worse. Gingivitis is merely the first step in a very bad process that leads to a lot of pain and the loss of your teeth. This does not mean that it cannot be treated however. It just means you are more prone to bleeding gums and such if you don''t take proper care of your teeth. Firstly, there is no need to brush your teeth four times a day, three will do just fine. Secondly, you NEED to floss. Mouth washes don''t help as much as one would think...and...


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How many Omega 3-fatty acid capsules should I take for my ulcerative colitis?

A: ulcerative colitis is a chronic disorder of the large intestine causing it to get inflamed and ulcerated. This often leads to flare ups causing severe attacks of bloody diarrhea, abdominal cramps, and fever. the risk of long term colon cancer has also been associated with the condition. the exact cause of ulcerative colitis is not defined and the common symptoms are observed and the diagnos
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What is the best natural/alternative medicine treatment for GERD?

A: Calcium carbonate, a well-established short-term remedy for heartburn. Some supplement manufacturers combine calcium carbonate with DGL . Deglycyrrhizinated licorice (DGL) is a highly regarded herb used as a demulcent (an agent that soothes and coats mucous membranes) and has been shown to be as effective as the drug cimetidine (Tagamet) in the treatment of peptic ulcer disease. DGL can help restore the vital mucous lining that protects the stomach itself from hydrochloric acid. When the...
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When I'm done with my ulcer treatment (antibiotics), can I occasionally drink alcohol?

A: french cognac would never hurt whoah....what great info you''re getting. NOT.... First, it depends on the type of ulcer, and the effect the treatment had. Ask your doc.... Also....get all the billing sheets with diagnostics....then research it yourself.... Depending on the condition of your stomach wall...and what side effects the meds may have caused....there is no way any armchair physician wannabees here can give you an ok to drink...also.....what are you planning on drinking? Beer? Wine? Ever Clear? Ask your doc You...


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my 8 yr old daughter keeps getting ulcers in her mouth, they are bad ones. What would cause the painful ulcers? is there a remedy for them other than warm salt water?

A: An aphthous ulcer is an open sore on the mucus membrane that lines the inside of the mouth, and is probably the most common type of oral ulcer. there are numerous causes of these ulcers, and therefore identifying the factors at work in a particular case is usually quite difficult. However, the first possibility you need to look at is physical trauma. Often, an aphthous

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I am a heavy smoker and there is an unbearable pain in my stomach......?

A: the best advice you can possibly get is from a GP; they will be able to diagnose the problem and sort it out before you suffer any longer than you already have. Although i do suspect smoking is playing a role in this, so maybe you should go on a stop smoking programme? Single best thing which you can ever do to improve the quality (in short and long run) and quantity of your life in the long run is to stop smoking. This will save you money as...


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is it safe and effective to undergo a laser treatment for eye .Are there any sideeffects?

A: my mom got the diamond surgery to correct her vision and it worked but I dont know about lasers just make sure you pick a good physician. I heard some horror stories on 20/20 once where some people were not a good candidates for lasic and the doctor still perform the surgery. the victims all had perfect vision after the surgery but then after a few months they started to get blurry vision and even unable to get back their original v

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What are the best natural remedies for migraine headaches?

A: From a purely personal point of view - Feverfew. I suffered from migraine for over 10 years, with as many as 4 to 5 attacks a week when it was at its worst. I tried a number of different proprietary medications but none worked successfully on a consistent basis. Feverfew did. Feverfew is a herb from the daisy family and grows like a weed in the garden if you plant it. the leaves can be eaten fresh or in a sandwich. It is available in tablet and capsule form from most good herbalists and healthfood shops or on-line. I...


 
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