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What is the incubation period for Hand, foot mouth disease


  1. Hand foot mouth disease incubation period The usual period from initial infection to the onset of signs and symptoms (incubation period) is three to six days. A fever is often the first sign of hand-foot-and-mouth disease, followed by a sore throat and sometimes a poor appetite and malaise. One or two days after the fever begins, painful sores may develop in the mouth or throat.

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Symptoms of motor neurone disease


lack or controlled body movement
a full description is found by going google and typing in --- symptom of motor neurone disease--or by seeing your doctor for a proper diagnosis ( much better idea )

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What are symtoms for low potassium and what caueses it


Hi Susan,

Common symptoms for low potassium are as follows:
  • Weakness.
  • Fatigue.
  • Muscle cramps.
  • Constipation.
Common causes of low potassium:
  • Antibiotics.
  • Diarrhea or vomiting.
  • Using too much laxative, which can cause diarrhea.
  • Chronic kidney disease.
  • Diuretic medicines (water pills), used to treat heart failure and high blood pressure.
  • Eating disorders (such as bulimia)
  • Low magnesium level.
  • Sweating.

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Why are my tomato plant leaves staring to curl inwards, no visible sign of disease, maintaining watering etc.


go google and type in -- problems with tomato leaves curling--
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Grovers desease treatment


Grovers disease is typically treated as a skin condition even though it is systemic disease.
Grover's disease is a toxicity in the body caused by mercury. Mercury is a poison. People only begin to show symptoms when enough cells die.
In time, it is actually more of a auto-immunity condition (it has been linked to Parkinsons disease).
Check the blood for mercury levels! For anything over 10 parts per million, there will be health problems.
Your Response: removal of mercury (received from seafood/mostly large fish, dental amalgams, vaccinations, smoking, etc) using blood cleansers like dandelion root tincture (it's a cancer fighter, liver and kidney cleanser), Essiac/Flor-Essence (whole body detoxifier), and short term chelation therapy helps to eliminate the signs and symptoms of the disease when the mercury toxicity has been removed from the body.

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Why do i shake ?


I would recommend seeking a neurological evaluation since there are a number of conditions, including Parkinson's disease, that could be responsible. Another possible cause is a disorder called "essential tremor", which is common among older adults and occurs 20 times more often than Parkinson's disease. Unlike Parkinson's, essential tremor isn't due to an underlying disease and doesn't lead to serious complications. The beta blockers you were prescribed often are used for treatment of this condition but work only in 50 percent of all cases. Shaky hands also could be due to anxiety, but to reach this diagnosis, a physician must first rule out physical causes. In addition to essential tremor and Parkinson's, shaky hands may be caused by thyroid disease, drug side effects or heavy metal poisoning.
Sometimes the nature of symptoms suggests the diagnosis. For example, essential tremor usually is seen when you are using your hands, while the tremor associated with Parkinson's typically occurs when your hands are at rest.
Treatment will depend on your diagnosis. In addition to beta blockers, a number of drugs are used to treat essential tremor. They include anti-seizure medications, tranquilizers, drugs used to treat glaucoma, and Botox. If no physical cause is found, your physician may attribute your shaky hands to anxiety. If so, relaxation techniques such as breathing exercises may be helpful. You may also want to experiment with acupuncture, which I've seen control this condition or lessen the severity of it in some patients. You can also take the following steps to relieve or reduce shaky hands:
  • Avoid caffeine, which can trigger production of adrenaline, a hormone that can worsen tremors.
  • Avoid alcohol, which has pronounced effects on the central nervous system and can aggravate essential tremor.
  • Exercise with light hand weights that can promote stability in the hands and wrists. Ask your physician to recommend a physical therapist who can teach you the exercises.

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A hemotologists finds high white blood cell count


The medical term for high levels of white blood cells in the body is leukocytosis. This condition can be caused by medications such as allopurinol, chloroform, aspirin, epinephrine, corticosteroids, quinine, heparin and triamterene. It can also be caused by infection, bone marrow diseases, tissue damage, inflammation, stress and immune system disorders that increase white blood cell production. This condition may not cause any signs or symptoms, but it can cause fever, easy bleeding and bruising, weakness, fatigue, malaise, dizziness, faintness, difficulty breathing, unintended weight loss, trouble thinking and pain or tingling in the abdomen, legs or arms.

Read more: http://www.livestrong.com/article/23735-white-blood-cells/#ixzz271fxo1OL

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