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what is the cause of mouth ulcers ocurring again and again?

A: Hello,Mouth ulcers are a common and painful problem. Stress, fatigue, illness, injury from accidental biting,hormonal changes, menstruation, sudden weight loss, food allergies and deficiencies in vitamin B12, iron andfolic acid have all been associated with mouth ulcers. Some people benefit from anesthetic gels (Bonjela,Hexigel) which may be applied directly on the ulcer surface. Others benefit from Vit B supplements, animprovement in their diet and reducing stress. If they persist, see your doctor for further evaluation. I hopethis helps and take care....
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What Is The Cause of Deep Muscle Itching?

A: Overwork, fatigue and injuries are most common reasons of deep muscle itching. It can also be caused by an increased level of uric acid. Infection by virus, mild temperature and flu can also cause deep muscle itching. This is an indication of some other problem; doctor is the right person to be consulted. There are various causes for this. You might have given overstrain to your muscles contineously during preceding days. If some heavy articles are lifted, you may feel muscular pain and discomfort. It may be due to some viral fevel, if you fel slight temperature. Check your temperature and confirm it. However, if the problem persists, better consult an orthopaedic...


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Could drinking red and white wine on a daily basis be a cause of leg cramps?

A: Leg cramps often have unknown causes. Sometimes they can be seen in patients with the following disease conditions, including Addison''s disease, cirrhosis, type 2 diabetes, hypothyroidism, chronic kidney failure, Parkinson''s disease, and peripheral artery disease. They can also be seen in patients taking certain medications, including blood pressure medications, diuretics and birth control pills. Leg cramps may also occur in patients with alcoholism, dehydration, diarrhea, imbalanced electrolytes, flat feet, gastric bypass surgery, muscle fatigue and second trimester pregnancy. A review of medical literature did not discover information directly linking wine consumption to leg cramps....


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What Are the Common causes of Pus in the Gums?

A: Pus in the gums is caused by a bacterial infection. Many times, people report a bad taste in the mouth as well as a lump in the area of the infection. An oral or gum infection can be caused by poor hygiene, pyorrhea, or gingivitis. Pyorrhea is an infection that causes pus to form in the tooth sockets or gums. Treatment for pus in the gums depends upon the cause, which the dentist will determine.. In addition to pus, an oral infection may cause a number of uncomfortable symptoms. These include swollen or painful gums, toothache, sore throat, and swollen glands. Patients may also experience a fever, headache, and nausea.. A gum infection that produces pus in the gums is often treated with oral...


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The causes of Low Libido

A: Depression, fatigue, stress, anxiety, food and whether or not your proposed partner reminds you of Lassie or Rin Tin Tin (body images)....
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What is the cause of blue lips and gums in toddlers?

A: Low oxygen levels (is the child asthmatic); heart conditions; something he recently ate that colored his mouth (blue popsicle); anemia. If the child is acting normally and playing and eating normally, I would do the watch and wait. If the child appears lethargic, wants to sleep a lot, appears to be having trouble breathing - I would go to the nearest ER. lack of oxygen. is he choking? Get the toddler out of the house. Do you have well water? Call the doctor, get it tested for nitrates right away. Also, do you have carbon monoxide detectors in the house. Have the levels checked ASAP. There are really not enough details in your question to enable even a rudimentary guess. The two causes that come to mind are a...


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What can be the cause of heart flutters or skipped beats?

A: Could be PVC''S (premature ventricular contraction) needs to be checked out by cardiologist. Soon! if u r a woman in perimenopause,skipping and fluttering is a normal response to changing hormone levels.happens usually late 30''s thru mid 50''s.if a man or a younger woman,watch ur intake of caffeine. Not sure if this is anything to worry about but if you are concerned you could ask them to put you on a bio recorder. this is a package about the size of a radio mike (like the ones on big brother). it''s a bit of a hassle wearing it as you have to make sure you are connected to it properly. you only have to wear it for a few days, then you return it to the hospital and they will review the recording to see if there is...


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What are the causes of low blood pressure?

A: there are several factors that can cause low blood pressure and these are: Dehydration, Moderate - severe bleeding. Severe inflammation of internal organs. Weakened heart muscle. Inflamed Pericardium (muscle surrounding the heart) Pulmonary Embolism (blood clot) Slow heart rate (Bradycardia) Some medications. u can get all the information under this site go and get http://heartinfo.50webs.com Hypotension (bp < 90/60) may accompany old age. But low bp >90/60 is not uncommon among very fit athletes, and is a sign of good cardiovascular health. Some people seem to be blessed by low bp and it''s not normally a cause for concern, unless they black out or remain dizzy for long spells (e.g. when getting up). Other

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What is the cause of this muscle condition?

A: I''ve heard anecdotal reports of several distant family members and family friends who have had Lyme disease, but it went undiagnosed for years, because apparently (I am told) it is very common to have false negatives in the Lyme test. One family member went for seven years trying to find a doctor who would investigate his Lyme symptoms furthers, but none would, once he tested negative. Then he finally found a nurse practitioner who "knew" of another way to test for Lyme. I realize this is very vague, but maybe don''t rule out Lyme disease yet?...


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What are Some causes of Lethargy?

A: Lethargy is a medical condition characterized by drowsiness, slowness, general indifference, or tiredness. The condition may also be called malaise, fatigue, or listlessness. While lethargy may be a response to stress or overexertion, it can also be a symptom of many serious illnesses and problems.. Some lifestyle and dietary choices can lead to lethargy. These include failing to drink enough fluids and eating heavy foods such as whole milk ice cream and red meat. Staying in bed for too long and failure to get up and move around can make a person feel lethargic as well. Conversely, drinking water regularly, eating healthy, and exercising can battle feelings of lethargy.. Certain medications have been known to cause...


 
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