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    Constipation means they find gong to the toilet difficult or painful, and when they do go, they only manage to pass a few small, hard stools. Read more →

    hi im 13 as well and i thnk your talking about smegma it is due to lack of hygiene on the glans[penis head] its not a big deal but make sure he stretches it in the bath evryday and it will be prevented

    hi im 13 and i wet the bed and i really hate ive tried the alarm thing from a clinic but i hated it and its scary and ive had hypenotherapy and that didnt work. im also ginger so i get a lot stressed as well because of teasing. i dont what to do my parents get anoyed, i was thinking the cause could be lack of that hormone that i sore on one of the shows. please help me.





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    i am 37 years of age with a 20 months baby , my breast continued to enlarge though not breast feed am a 38 k bra size now from a dd an i have back pains n my bras have dug in on my shoulders am so without energy worse my frame is a small body bottom n loose of breath due to the weight of my breasts everyday i have to spray my back with deep heat been to the GP with no help need help as i have lost weight n they sag to my belly.





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    Hi Ollie. It will be easier to pull forward when completely flaccid. Just tug at it and you'll get there. Keep up the stretching exercises and it will loosen up and move more freely in a while. Premature ejaculation in your case is probably down to lack of experience. Be patient, learn how to operate your penis fully yourself, then consider sex and not a minute before. Hope this helps.

    my daughter is 26, type 1 diabetic, a new mum to a 5 month old, i am really worried for her, she eats properly, takes her insulin correctly but her weight last week was below 8 stone, she's 5'5".....i'm scared that one day i will lose her...her doctors and nurses seem not to be bothered about her lack of weight, but we are, including my daughter





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    Talk with a specialist as their view is independent and usually correct but from my point of view the main thing with any kind of autism is interpretation and communication. Do you get hints about the person's feelings from their facial or body language? If you don't then this could mean you often wind up in arguments because you have a lack of social skills that enable you to have more understanding and control over a conversation. Do you feel comfortable communicating with other people and do you engage with them? Do you have an independent streak? If the answer is yes than you should see a specialist. Even so, a diagnosis is not the end of the world and things only get better as you receive the right help and attention for your needs.

    Hi I have had the same, stupidly I wasn't drinking enough, became dehydrated which caused constipation. When I went it was so hard due to lack of fluids & tore me. The fissure didn't go away like I thought it would. I then avoided going to the loo as long as possible as it hurt so much. The Dr gave me some internal cream & muscle relaxant... Awful I know but it really helped! Not completely healed but I've also not used it as much as I should. Don't suffer as it creates a behavioural problem cycle- you need to poo- you hold it in for fear of pain- the poo gets bigger- you cant hold on- you tense your muscles with fear- your bum tears further & your in more pain. Just see the Dr they didn't examine me I just told symptoms & was given cream... It really is that easy!

    My son who is now 5yrs and 5 months old has plagiocephly 3 doctors we saw told me it will grow out or the hair will cover it and not to worry about it, so they said no need to do anything. His head is still misshaped is there anything we can do to still correct it,hope it doesnt affect him later in life giving him lack of self esteem or lack of cofidence as he has mild diaplegic cerebral palsy and dystonia to cope with as he gets older too Thank you





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    Hi Sarah! I have very similar problem but my daughter is 19 month old. I'm just wondering when we can get the reply to our concerns. Regards

    Hi my daughter has this too, she is 2 and a half. Her head is still mishaped, although doctors said it would correct itself. It has improved and her hair covers it. I was told that the helmets dont work and they are a waste of time and that they do not advise for babies to wear them. Then they tried to sell me a mattress to help take the pressure of her head. It gets me quite angry now knowing that these helmets do actually work. I also think that midwives and health visitors should have to advise about this...

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    toe walking is how the human body was designed to move. if you look at it from an engineering perpective, there is no shock absorption from your heel hitting the ground first except for your joints...which were not designed for that. knee, hip, lower back all receive g-shock with each foot step. toe walking allows the shock to be absorbed by the calf muscle, transmitting a negligible amount to the rest of the body. zero compared to heal walking. it requires more energy than heel walking, is difficult or impossible to maintain in most shoe types, and as most organisms prefer to use as little energy as possible, tends to fall by the wayside later in life in preference for heel walking as well as conformity. if you're a toe walker, as the saying goes-yer doin' it right.





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    hello im 15 ive been suffering stomach aches and vomiting, I use to be 9stone but now im 7 and its taking over my life I have no energy since this illness has started what could it be?





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    i am a bloke of 41 and so called normal, maybe lack some social skills but put this down to getting older, but looking back i have maybe never really intigrated too well. anyhow did the test and scored 31, did it again and same, what does this mean????,





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    A score of 31 might suggest some difficulties arising from having Asperger's Syndrome. I have recently been diagnosed with this and my score is around 32. I am 49 years old . I have never had a job , I remain single , I was not even able to cope with the benefits system, I have suffered from misdiagnosis , depression, I have autoimmune problems . I misunderstand people and get stressed out . Every body likes me and I have a high IQ and the imagination similar to that of Einstein and HG Wells I charm and twinkle and I only look half my age and most people think I'm even younger. I have dyslexia and I consider my self a autistic adult . I can even relate to autistic children and I have my own idea about what being autistic really means and how this could effect our future society. I am a way farer and I think differently . Fancy water world ? Rising tides ? Global warming ? How do we survive in the UK most of our power stations are built in our flood planes .Cold water is used to shut them down . A slight increase in the water table floods our power stations , they don't work .nuclear power ? They put them on the coast like in Japan.Wind farms ? I haven't even managed to learn to drive but I love trains .Thomas the tank engine ? How about recreating Camberwick Green .Windy Miller Except I don't tolerate wheat ...How about Moon Base or Mars Colony PDQ if you we want a future . .? Are you like this ....? Are you frustrated about our world and how we organise it. That's my view and I understand my self to be autistic . Don't be depressed though the answers are there .Clinical depression can be treated , autism is with your for life it is the way your brain works and how it views the world .

    Hi - desmopressin should work for children if they have a lack of the hormone vasopressin which causes the body to concentrate the urine production overnight. Usually kids who lack this hormone will do large wet patches within a few hours of going to bed and may wet more than once a night. If a child is only wetting a small amount and this is more towards just before they wake they may benefit more from a bed alarm. your school nurse or local continence team shoudl be able to assess your child. As a rough guide, children will not be prescribed desmopressin under the age of 5 and mayeb even 7 in some areas. children do eventually grow out of bedwetting but it is better to get it sorted early to prevent low self esteem and bullying. some children may be suffering from over active bladder which is usually treated with a different type of medication. some children may need both types of medication. In any case, if your child is wetting the bed and is over 5 speak to your school nurse and they can point you in the right direction. hope this helps you all. ERIC is a charity that has great advice on its website. just google it!





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    My 10 year old son tried desmopressin with no change in the bet wetting at all. We finally saw a specialist who said he may have an over active bladder and prescribed oxybutinin and this has made a difference. We still have the odd wet night but certainly a huge improvement.

    I am 16, and I am worried that I am diabetic, I have to go to the toilet all the time, I drink a lot, feel tired all the time, and have lost so much energy in the last 6 months. I always think though surely I would know by now if I was diabetic. If I'm not, what could it be?





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    im 14 and ive had type 1 diabetes since i was 13, i didnt know untill i kept drinking fizzy pop, went down to 4 stone from being 8 stone, i was always tired,and had to go and have a checkup and then i found out i had it, if i was you go a get checked out :) xxx

    I know how everyone feels. I have them everywhere and I really hate myself. I can't look at myself naked. Refuse to get in a relationship, am ashamed of them and lack confidence because of them. Nothing I try works. I feel so depressed :'( Anybody got ny ideas?





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    To be honest if you have stretch marks you have to learn to live with it, I used to feel how you feel I've got loads. There are products like bio oil and cocoa butter that help them fade over time, but not completely. The only way really is to lazer them off but its rather expensive. I know its knocks your self esteem totally but there will be someone out there for you. Don't get so down about it, just get out there and dont be bothered by them or about what people say. I know you cant forget that they're there but try to ignore them dont let them drag you down!!:)) hope this is helpful ;)

    hi my son is 2yrs old i am worried he might have diabetetes ,he drinks alot of juice ,and is always looking for sweets,he has loads of energy tho.his nappys are always soaking he wees a lot i could change him then 10min later hed be soaked again, he always breaks out in like a cold soar at the side of his mouth the dr said its just foot and mouth not to worry ,please help thanks.





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    I got 31. The questions aren't great. They don't account for many variables. I hate social 'chit chat' but I am very good at it. I can figure out exactly what people mean by looking at them, but that has only come from years of learning how to do it. You can learn how to cope very well with it, just takes alot of time and energy. Good work to everyone out there with a high score but no diagnosis.





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    Hi, my daughter is almost 12 years old and weighs almost 5 stone - she is very skinny and slow growing... perfectly healthy, full of energy, no problems at all but has the appetite of a sparrow... I dont know whether to take her to doctors because I feel like I'll be laughed out of the surgery.. there is so much emphasis on overweight children these days, it seems odd to be at the other end... also i worry about the obvious and that this will develop into an eating disorder - any ideas???





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    really sorry if i sound rude i have an eating disorder but, you cant just get an eating disorder because your skinny, you develop them due to stress, depression, abuse or other mental health problems, its away of dealing with your emotions and its away of controlling something in your life you feel you cant control. just be happy your daughter is healthy and if she seem to come obsessive then maybe worry.

    5 stone for a 12 year old who is only small is about the right amount, as im 5ft2in - 18 and should weigh about 8stone. But regardless of the weight doesnt always mean she doesnt have an eating disorder. I experienced this when i was younger, the obvious signs is loosing interest in food, start thinking she is fat, feeling sick at the smell, playing with food, breaking food up into small pieces or squashing it together. If any of these happens take her to see the GP.

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    Hi I have a 4 year old daughter and she is so hyper she always has been so this is not a change she is always running around jumping all day very fussy eater and does not eat much so don’t no where she gets her energy from she also wakes during the night every night which I thought would stop by 4years old she talks non stop and people always come up to me asking if she has ADHD do you think she has it? She is very clever and does draw and play well but she does get distracted easily.





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    Hi,My name is Kate my head is constantly itchy and I have checked for eggs and nits but there isn't any at first I thought it was lack of cleaning my hair or a scalp problem but it wasn't and I think it is nits what should I do ????????





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    get one of the battery operated combs that zap the live bugs. If you find one, then you know you have lice. It will make a buzzing sound and when one gets zapped, it stays in the comb and the comb stops buzzing.

    Hi, im 34 and ive had these as far back as i can remember! but my daughter who is 11 has been getting them for a few years now but the past month she is really bad as she is now onto her 4th one and they are the size of a pea (garden not marrowfat) she has had blood tests but nothing is showing up with lack of iron or anything! so now what do i do? really need advice. i dont want her to be in this much pain all the time. thankyou





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    I've also had mouth ulcers for years and I also have a daughter who is really suffering. Personally, I find using a toothpaste with a high level of bicarbonate of soda really makes a difference and that anbesol (which really stings when you put it on) really numbs them and makes it easier to eat. My daughter was prescribed Diflam spray for a sore throat which also numbed them for her. I try to avoid baked beans, tomatoes and chocolate when I have a mouth ulcer - they are nippy!

    I can advise you pranic healing which is an energy healing technique , u can get pranic healing done also u can do the two day course your self. It can help u treat and prevent your ulcers i wish u all the best. Look it up on internet and find a pranic healing centre close to you.

    i have a 3 year old daughter that has a poo once a month if lucky i have took her to doctors and they have refured me to specialists and they say it may have something to do with her lack of weight gain but how do you expect a child to eat when feeling full all the time thought the constipation thay have gave me lactolose and she seems to became amune to it please help as it is getting to a stage where i could cry with her cause she is in so much pain when she goes.





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    Lactolose does require to you to really increase your fluid intake, because it draws moisture into the poo to soften it, so making sure she is drinking plenty will help. If there is no difference, try using Movicol, it comes in sachets you can add to drinks and we went up to 8 sachets a day for your daughter to get her going and she now has 2 a day to keep her regular, she has also suffered from birth as part of her medical condition, although this is assumed as she has never had xrays or tests either. Without the movicol or even if we miss a couple of days she can vary from rabbit droppings to huge poo's and it shocks and amazes me how a 3 year old can pass it out of their bottom!!! She also has occasional blood where she is tearing and also mucus. She has never had "normal" motions.

    My son had Hirchsrungs when he was just weeks old he didn't have a poo for over a week they told me to give him pure orange to help him go to the toilet but then his tummy was so big and he was grey in colour I was scared cos I knew that somthing serious was wrong he had 3 massive operations and he had a bag on for five months of his life he was close to deaths door, He not only had Hirchsprungs but he also had Toxic Colitise or whatever the name is for it when the tummy is so badly infected he was a very lucky boy and I have loads of great doctors to thank for saving his life xx

    Tips to increase penis size: You should do the following from the ages of 14 to 21. 1.Stay lean, thin and muscular with exercise such as running and weights. 2.Eat well. 3.Don't masturbate too much, and when you do, don't damage penis by applying too much pressure Exercise increases testosterone, the male hormone. Weights are especially good for this. Being thin means less cholesterol (the fatty stuff that clogs blood vessels), consequently testosterone is more effective. Being thin also means there is more blood flow to the penis; so when you get spontaneous erections it stretches out the 3 spongy chambers of the penis. See diagram: http://en.academic.ru/dic.nsf/enwiki/265769o Don't masturbate too much as this depletes energy and effects hormone levels. The penis was not designed for the strong pressure of the hand. Over-masturbation is likely to damage the delicate spongy chambers of the penis. This leads to energy being diverted into repairing the penis rather than growth. I would avoid spending time on the computer as this resists the temptation to look at porn and masturbate. Also the electro-magnetic radiation from the monitor is not good for you if your head/brain is too close to it. You should be getting spontaneous erections. Erections are good for expanding out the penis with blood. This happens a lot during sleep. The herb Ginkgo baloba has also been proven to increase blood flow and open up blood vessels. You can buy them in tablet form (just do a google search). So be thin, muscular and don't masturbate too much. Other masculine traits will result from this too: deep voice, angular jaw, pronounced forehead and big space between eyes.

    I'm 13 and I'm starting to get sharp pains in my stomach . The pain is on and off also I feel like I'm going to be sick. I have been trying different "cures" to get rid of the pain and nothing has helped . Should I go to the doctors or should I sleep it off ( even though the pain has caused me lack of sleep and weakness )?





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    I'm the same age and I've got the same problem and I've missed loads of time off school and I've been to the doctors severel times and they are reffuring me to hospital in april it could be a bactarial infection so go to your gp as soon as possible

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    Hi I'm a 16 year old female and last may I got diagnosed with type 1 diabetes for about 2 weeks I felt really Ill I must of went to the Toliete 5 times a night and just wanted to drink water all the time my mouth was so dry and that's when I began to get worried , all I could eat was watermelon as it was moist and I had no energy at all my weight dropped from 7 stone to 5.4 stone and I could see my hip bones :( thank god the doctors treated me as soon as they found out I was upset for a few days and even to this day I sill Carnt believe I have it am going through my exams now and my blood sugar was great but now going up and down its important to go to doctors if u get any symptoms :)





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    My daughter has been dry since she was 5. however she contracted a really bad UTI, which was not only distressing and painful for her, but as a parent it was heat breaking. We took her to the doctor's and was prescribe antibotics - she has been on these for the past 18months. She has had a bladder scan and a MAG3, but still nothing was found. Could this lack of hormone be the problem? how can this be tested before medication is given? This does sound like it could be the problem for my daughter.





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    my son is 9 and has always wet the bed. he now wears nappy pants every night. on a recent residential trip with the school we hid his nappy in his sleeping bag for him to wiggle into that night. have been hoping it would just stop naturally but after watching show tonight might go to doctor to consider lack of vasopressin. he is not bothered by it as i have always explained that it just takes some people longer than others. he strips his bed in he morning if he needs to.





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    this is the same with my brother, although he is 10. He will go a few weeks without bedwetting but then, the next few weeks he will wet. My mum and him have been to the doctors and they have said it will come naturally...

    My son is also 9 and he wets the bed most nights somtimes more than once. We have tried cutting out drinks before bed without success. He finds it hard to stay away from home and does get upset about it, although we have never ever told him off or made a big deal out of it. I just wish I knew if it was medical or just one of those things he will grow out of

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