• Does this sound like Parkinson disease?

    Aight so I’m 17 and I usually sit and play fortnite but I’m also out with my friends sometimes. I have anxiety and I’m always scared of diseases or cancer. For the past 5 months both my thumbs has been having uncontrollable tremors, it comes and goes, but it happens only in a special position when I put my thumb in... show more
    Aight so I’m 17 and I usually sit and play fortnite but I’m also out with my friends sometimes. I have anxiety and I’m always scared of diseases or cancer. For the past 5 months both my thumbs has been having uncontrollable tremors, it comes and goes, but it happens only in a special position when I put my thumb in a way. I’ve also had shaky hands, let’s say I want to drink something, my hands shake when I lift the glass and drink from it. My head sometimes like twitches but then stops, and sometimes I get random twitches in my body. I’ve read that the trembling thing can be Parkinson disease but I’m only 17. If that’s the case then I don’t wanna be here no more please help :(((
    7 answers · 20 hours ago
  • Liver failure and gf going out to parties?

    I've been diagnosed with liver failure, and I've been an ahloholic nearly all my live, I'm stopping now, but in order to stop I can't be around people that drink or parties, my gf goes to a lot of parties, which means I'm going to have to sit at home alone while she has the time of her life,... show more
    I've been diagnosed with liver failure, and I've been an ahloholic nearly all my live, I'm stopping now, but in order to stop I can't be around people that drink or parties, my gf goes to a lot of parties, which means I'm going to have to sit at home alone while she has the time of her life, should my gf go to parties without me? If she doesn't am I wrecking her life? I feel like of shes at a party I should be able to drink.
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Frequent, urgent, and stinky bowel movements after antibiotic treatment.?

    I am a 35 year old man. I just got off of anti biotic treatment. After being off the drugs for nearly 2 weeks, I have been having very frequent bowel urges, like 3 times a day I will have to poop. When I poop, they are always solid and well formed, but they always feel urgent, like if I don't get to a toilet in... show more
    I am a 35 year old man. I just got off of anti biotic treatment. After being off the drugs for nearly 2 weeks, I have been having very frequent bowel urges, like 3 times a day I will have to poop. When I poop, they are always solid and well formed, but they always feel urgent, like if I don't get to a toilet in time, I will soil myself.I will be having a conversation with someone, and I will just tense up and have to really cross my legs and squeeze my cheeks, and quite often, a fart will force its way out weather I wish it to or not. People see this and know something is wrong. My poop and farts seem a bit more stinky than normal as well. Does antibiotics cause this?
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • How long does tinnitus last?

    Best answer: Get used to it. If it’s still going now then you have it for life. I’ve had it since birth so my brain has largely learnt to edit it out. But when I’m tired, unwell, or in a place which is extremely quiet then I’m aware of it. As well as tinnitus, you have likely suffered permanent hearing loss at higher... show more
    Best answer: Get used to it. If it’s still going now then you have it for life.

    I’ve had it since birth so my brain has largely learnt to edit it out. But when I’m tired, unwell, or in a place which is extremely quiet then I’m aware of it.

    As well as tinnitus, you have likely suffered permanent hearing loss at higher frequencies and that will progress with age. You can reduce the rate at which that occurs by avoiding the use of headphones/earbuds unless at low volumes and for short duration, and avoiding other loud noises such as at some live music performances.

    Getting yourself a good quality pair of active noise cancelling ‘phones/‘buds will allow you to hear music more clearly at lower volumes, but also when you use them with no music they will cut down background noise; that’s pretty useful if to have to fly as passenger cabin noise can be loud and constant. You get what you pay for: cheap noise cancelling ‘phones are vastly less effective than say, AKG NC60 headphones.
    9 answers · 1 week ago
  • I saw some blood in my tissue, should I get myself checked?

    Best answer: Unless you're using toilet paper that's such poor quality its roughness causes abrasion to the point of drawing blood (yes, toilet paper that bad does exist), you should get that checked out, especially if it continues. While there may not actually be anything wrong that needs treatment, it's not... show more
    Best answer: Unless you're using toilet paper that's such poor quality its roughness causes abrasion to the point of drawing blood (yes, toilet paper that bad does exist), you should get that checked out, especially if it continues. While there may not actually be anything wrong that needs treatment, it's not normal to have any bleeding coming from your rectum or anus and it should be addressed. If you feel your doctor is ignoring your concerns for this or any other matter, find another doctor.
    6 answers · 6 days ago
  • Alcohol aduse and permanent damage to the digestive system.?

    Best answer: Leaky gut syndrome? I am laughing. Sounds like liver disease should have seen a doc months ago.
    Best answer: Leaky gut syndrome? I am laughing. Sounds like liver disease should have seen a doc months ago.
    5 answers · 7 days ago
  • Where do i patent my new disability?

    Best answer: You don't "patent" it. You take him to a neurologist or a doctor or a specialist in learning disabilities or a specialist in whatever you think your son has. Let THEM diagnose it. Perhaps it will be named after your son or, more likely, the doctor who diagnoses it. Then if he needs treatment, he can... show more
    Best answer: You don't "patent" it. You take him to a neurologist or a doctor or a specialist in learning disabilities or a specialist in whatever you think your son has. Let THEM diagnose it. Perhaps it will be named after your son or, more likely, the doctor who diagnoses it. Then if he needs treatment, he can get it.
    3 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why is my head so small and flat?

    I am 23 years old and i have a very small and flat head/skull. My head starting getting flat when I was 15 years old but over the years it has gotten worse, the top of my head and the sides of my head are completely flat and it looks unattractive. Could there be a reason for this? Out of nowhere my skull just start... show more
    I am 23 years old and i have a very small and flat head/skull. My head starting getting flat when I was 15 years old but over the years it has gotten worse, the top of my head and the sides of my head are completely flat and it looks unattractive. Could there be a reason for this? Out of nowhere my skull just start getting deformed and flat.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Nauseous after every meal, not pregnant?

    Best answer: Sounds like an ulcer. Depends, they can make you nauseous or lose appetite. Or maybe gallbladder issues. If you have an ulcer you should be taking antibiotics for h. pylori.
    If have a doctor order gallbladder tests as it often happens immediately after eating.
    Best answer: Sounds like an ulcer. Depends, they can make you nauseous or lose appetite. Or maybe gallbladder issues. If you have an ulcer you should be taking antibiotics for h. pylori.
    If have a doctor order gallbladder tests as it often happens immediately after eating.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • If Logan didn't have Crohn's disease would he be more tolerant?

    Best answer: I'm informing you right now, Logan doesn't have Crohn's disease. To the contrary, he's full of shít.
    Best answer: I'm informing you right now, Logan doesn't have Crohn's disease. To the contrary, he's full of shít.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • I need medical advice?

    I’ve had headaches for months now and they feel to be radiating from my neck . My pupils dialate and my eyes get sensitive to light. The migranes themselves aren’t painful more so they make it hard to concentrate. I do have a bone like bump on the back of my head however the issue feels like it’s at the top of my... show more
    I’ve had headaches for months now and they feel to be radiating from my neck . My pupils dialate and my eyes get sensitive to light. The migranes themselves aren’t painful more so they make it hard to concentrate. I do have a bone like bump on the back of my head however the issue feels like it’s at the top of my spine in the neck. My doctors ran blood tests for tickborn ilness and they came back negative, my c reactive proteins were highly as well as my white blood cells however the white blood cells went back to normal after another test. I requested an mri as I’m concerned about a tumor or maybe the growth is a skull based tumor. My doctor denied my request saying my symptoms didn’t warrant an mri. So I don’t know what to do. My doctors seem useless at this point and I was wondering if an emergency room would be more helpful? (I’ve had the bump for years with no symptoms and just thought people have skull deformations)
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • I need to get help with my drug addiction but I'm afraid of rehab?

    Best answer: Then you should know by now there's no way, not cold turkey. You need to get what you need to step it down and then that's it. So figure out the minimum of what you need everyday and then lower Figure out what you need for about 8 weeks buy it break it up to what you need for the eight weeks and then... show more
    Best answer: Then you should know by now there's no way, not cold turkey. You need to get what you need to step it down and then that's it. So figure out the minimum of what you need everyday and then lower

    Figure out what you need for about 8 weeks buy it break it up to what you need for the eight weeks and then clean your phone out so you can't get more

    Don't hang out with friends or people that are using cuz that'll screw you

    The trick is to taper your doses down each week
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it high chance that I can get cancer?

    Best answer: One of the sad facts of life is that as long as you're alive, you can ALWAYS get cancer. In fact, 33% of us who live in the United States will eventually die of cancer! Best thing to do is to engage in healthy lifestyle activities to reduce your chances of cancer - no smoking, no alcohol (Yes! Alcohol IS a... show more
    Best answer: One of the sad facts of life is that as long as you're alive, you can ALWAYS get cancer. In fact, 33% of us who live in the United States will eventually die of cancer!

    Best thing to do is to engage in healthy lifestyle activities to reduce your chances of cancer - no smoking, no alcohol (Yes! Alcohol IS a carcinogen!), regular exercise, and high fiber diet. After you've done what you can, forget about the possibility of cancer and enjoy your life. After all... none of us getting out of this alive!
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Which foods trigger acid reflux?

    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Can you cure autism?

    8 answers · 2 weeks ago