Conditions with symptom: 'chest pain'
I have small dark hairs on my chest and i cant get rid of them!! Waxing doesnt pull them out, shaving doesnt get rid of them i dont know what to do an it really gets me donwn :( i dont wear low cut tops or if i do i wear scarves which is a pain especially in the summer and im too embarrassed to tell my mum or the doctor!
Don't be embarrassed! Try laser treatments, I know someone with a laser machine and it kills the roots and stops them growing and they eventually fall off! Your doctor is there for your benefit, don't fell like you can't say these things to him/her. :) GOOD LUCK.
normal, the body is producing your regular puberty hormones. best time to shape up and bulk up those chest muscles. your hormones are kicking. excellent time to work on those pectorial muscles for chest development. buff, define those muscles. It's called: pubertial gynecomastia
My 3 1/2 year old son dribbles and spits alot. He seems to have an excess of 'fluid' which results in the dribbles and spitting. In addition to this it 'sounds' as though he has fluid in his chest. Over a period of a few weeks the fluid builds up, causes him to cough and eventually he coughs so much that he vomits the fluid up. It then starts all over again until he vomits a few weeks later. The ENT consultant had no idea, one doctor has suggested 'secretion asthma'. Another says that he holds his mouth open but that doesn't explain the chest and the vomiting. Anyone have any ideas? Thanks.
Hello. I am 23 female. I have been having this problem for a few weeks now. I have been diagnosed with SLE lupus not sure if it's due to the condition or not but I have pains in my stomach everyday and I go to the toilet a few times when I do go its very painfull some times there is blood sometimes it's not. The pain is a very sharp knife like pain I am not constipated and afterwards when I'm finished I get a sharp shooting pain feels like I can't wall properly and I can't sit its lasts for around 15 mins then the pain starts to slow down. I am really embarrassed to see my gp what could it be?
Hi I'm Leon 13 this year , turning 14. I have a pain when I touch it penis in the right side. The pain is located at the neck(?) of my penis. Or a little lower. Please help, the pain is very annoying. I'm uncircumcised, foreskin has pulled back but not exposing all of my glans
Hi Leon. If this has been worrying you for a while then there are a few things it could be so I need you to be sensible and visit your Doctor. The doctor will be able to ask you a series of quick questions and work out what it is. Be very honest with your answers and don't worry. Let us know how you get on OK.
My daughter is 2 nearly 3 in March she has been struggling with her bowels since 3months of age she will raise her knees up to her chest and scream in pain, stomach cramps, bloating, gas, bad mood, irratible, loss of appetite, so went to doctors got laxatives movicol which she ended up in A&E allergic reaction, seen paediatricians got more laxatives tried lactolouse which didn't do anything, been seen by gut specialist and got put back on movicol she took another allergic reaction so went onto lactolouse again 10mls twice a day which cleared her for 2 days then stopped working no matter how much we gave her it even got up to 10 mls 3 times a day still nothing we have tried in over 2 years movicol, lactolouse, ducolax, senna and 2 other ones can't remember there names nothing helps just makes her worse tried diary free diet, lacto free diet, gluten free diet never helped tried syrup of figs, prunes, prune juice, pure juices, more fruit, more water, more veg, flax seed, probiotics still nothing helps now the specialist says give her lactolouse 10mls 3 times a day and ducolax 10 mls 3 times a day but I thought this is a it much and then got told by another professional do t give her that much so I thought it might be colic as she suffered with it very badly as a baby so gave her colief drops and within 24hours her stools went from hard to soft, more happier, better appetite , sleeps, not much gas cramps but she still has bloating and some pain when pushing she's passing stools the size of grapes about 2 to 3 times a day her bottom is red raw and very painful no matter how much cream we put on her we even gave lacto free diet along with drops and are still doing that now but it seems like the pain is getting abit more bad like it used to be can someone please help me I do t know what else to do she also has autism
Get your child to drink more water before food in the morning when he wakes up and try investing on natural detoxifying fruits like papaya, watermellon and include more fiber food . Consult your doctor if symptoms persist .
We found a diaper cream in Mexico called bebe..works better than anything else for a sore bottom.
I am 13 and I am getting rashes all over my body, like they are little red dots on my chest, back, legs, arms and yeah. What is it? And how do I get rid of them? Please help me I look ridiculous !
Hello Cleo! I am no expert in young girls but I'm confident that your periods will start soon. A small amount of blood will pass out from your vagina with very little warning but don't be frightened by this...it is normal. As you mature, this will happen every 28 days. I think you should talk to your mother and possibly visit your doctor just to put your mind at rest on the little red dots! Take care
My 2 yr old daughter has mc shes had them on her chest for well over a yr, recently got bigger been given cream from docs fuclin gel and its make them more scabby and they bleed what should I do , thanks
i have redness and spots and dry skin on my face i had it since i was 4 years old i also have it on my back chest and shoulders now its spreading on my neck and arms what should i do please help me
My 9 year old son complained of pain and a white discharge when he peed, and complains of belly pain. Are these common symptoms of a UTI, or could there be another problem?
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