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My left leg from knee to toes swells daily at least an inch. I sleep it goes to normal


Swelling of the leg may involve a noticeable distension of the shin or calf, ankles, feet or toes. Foot swelling may be a common occurrence which most of us will experience at some point in life after a long day of standing or sitting but may also be an indication of a more serious pathology as in certain cardiovascular disorders.
Recurrent or persistent swelling of the feet should be investigated by a medical practitioner especially if you have a history of cardiovascular disease or have noticed a change in color, sensation or mobility of the leg, foot or toe.
Blood rich in oxygen and nutrients flows through the arteries to the target area. Blood carrying deoxygenated blood returns to the heart via the veins where it is quickly routed to the lungs to be replenished with oxygen.
Blood flowing to the leg has to return to the heart through a group of veins with intermittent valves located throughout the course of the vein. This venous blood (blood in the veins that is returning to the heart) has to flow against gravity and since the pressure is usually lower at the feet, other muscles of the leg assist with 'pumping' this blood back to the heart. This muscle pump is most active when we are walking and least when we are standing stationary or sitting. Blood travels short distances up the vein and backflow of blood is prevented by a series of valves in these veins.
Working alongside the blood vessels are the lymphatic vessels which return lymphatic fluid (lymph) back up the body to empty into the blood system.
Swelling of the leg usually occurs as a result of an inadequate flow of blood or lymphatic fluid back up to the torso of the body. However other localized causes may further contribute to swollen feet, ankles or toes.

Apr 20, 2017 | Knee Health & Beauty

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My doctor answered permanentto the question oh how long wii the microvascular disease of the brain cert was refected as not allowed to say permanent. what word or words are you supposed to use?


italian its Permanentti or permanent


will always have this condition but medications suppress or control the stroke and onset dementia organ failures

The most common causes of stroke (infarction) are untreated high blood pressure (hypertension), diabetes, high cholesterol, and heart disease. Small vessel disease is a condition in which the small blood vessels deep inside the brain become narrowed or thickened.



Microvascular disease and its role in the brain and cardiovascular system...

Apr 13, 2017 | The Health & Beauty

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What does IBD mean i court


Definition of IBD (inflammatory bowel disease) - MedicineNet

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IBD (inflammatory bowel disease): A group of chronic intestinal diseases characterized by inflammation of the bowel -- the large or small intestine. The most common types of inflammatory bowel disease are ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease. What does IBD mean Google Search

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A doctor has told me that i have to much calcium in my veins. and i was just wondering what causes it.


For me it was hyper-para-thyroid-ism.

If your Doc didn't check your Parathyroid, he should do it immediately. Calcium is being put into your system from your bones because the calcium levels are not being controlled properly by the parathyroid.

If it is your parathyroid, there is no treatment other than surgery.

If you're in Los Angeles area, Dr. Harari at UCLA is one of the best.

For more information, check out the following:

http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/hyperparathyroidism/basics/definition/con-20022086




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What is Hashemotos disease ?


Hashimoto\'s disease is a condition in which your immune system attacks your thyroid, a small gland at the base of your neck below your Adam\'s apple. The thyroid gland is part of your endocrine system, which produces hormones that coordinate many of your body\'s activities.

The resulting inflammation from Hashimoto\'s disease, also known as chronic lymphocytic thyroiditis, often leads to an underactive thyroid gland (hypothyroidism). Hashimoto\'s disease is the most common cause of hypothyroidism in the United States. It primarily affects middle-aged women but also can occur in men and women of any age and in children.

Doctors test your thyroid function to help detect Hashimoto\'s disease. Treatment of Hashimoto\'s disease with thyroid hormone replacement usually is simple and effective.

Oct 03, 2014 | Health & Beauty

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What is the definition of Humanitarian device exemption


According to the FDA:

"An Humanitarian Use Device (HUD) is a device that is intended to benefit patients by treating or diagnosing a disease or condition that affects or is manifested in fewer than 4,000 individuals in the United States per year. A device manufacturer`s research and development costs could exceed its market returns for diseases or conditions affecting small patient populations. The HUD provision of the regulation provides an incentive for the development of devices for use in the treatment or diagnosis of diseases affecting these populations." Humanitarian Device Exemption

Aug 14, 2014 | Health & Beauty

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I need to know how to treat pecan tree fungus, any ideas? I don't see why I have to add more info.


Scab is the most common and damaging pecan disease. It is caused by a fungus that affects rapidly growing leaves, shoots, and nuts. Symptoms on all plant parts are similar. Velvety olive-brown to black spots occur on the husks. Several spots may develop to form black blotches or may blacken the entire surface of the husks. Severely affected nuts of susceptible varieties may drop prematurely or they may stop growing, die and remain attached to the shoot. Leaf symptoms first appear on the underside as tiny olive-brown lesions on the veins. Later, leaf symptoms appear on the upper surface as small olive-brown to black spots. Severely infected leaves may be shed prematurely and weaken the tree, thus reducing the crop next year. The most practical method of scab control is to plant varieties having some degree of resistance to scab such as: Desirable, Cape Fear, Elliott, Chickasaw, Gloria Grande, and to a lesser extent, Stuart. Varieties severely affected by scab are Schley, Mahan, Success, Van Deman, and Mohawk. Use of "resistant" varieties does not necessarily assure complete absence of the disease as no variety is totally resistant. If possible, removing and destroying all leaves and husks may help reduce the amount of scab the following year.
A spray schedule is available for growers who have spray equipment adequate to cover the trees, or for growers who hire custom spray applicators. The following fungicides are registered on pecans: benomyl (Benlate 50WP), propiconazole (Orbit 3.6EC), fenbuconazole (Enable 2F), and thiophanate methyl (Topsin-M 70WSB). Spray applications should be made every 2-3 weeks beginning when leaves first emerge until shell hardening (early August). Spray at 2-week intervals when the tree is growing rapidly or during wet periods. Check fungicide labels for restrictions on grazing in sprayed orchards and the need to use tractors with enclosed cabs while spraying.

Jul 22, 2014 | Garden

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Varicose veins, symptoms


Varicose veins are swollen and enlarged veins that are blue or dark purple in color that usually appear on the legs.They are a common medical issue. in both men and women.They are a vein or vein that appears twisted or enlarged along your skin's surface - often in the legs and ankles - and are a cosmetic blemish that usually do not cause any serious health complications, though it's possible they could trigger health problems.There are plenty of Vein clinics in Toronto who provide effective treatment procedures for vascular anomalies including varicose vein treatment using EVLT, spider veins removal, facial vein reduction etc. Varicose Veins

Mar 17, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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How to get reed of vercuse vain. i have alot of vercuse vain on my leg


Hi carleenedavi,

Have a nice day. My name is adieh.

Here are a few tips on how to remove and prevent spider veins:

1.Exercise regularly. Blood circulation is an easy varicose vein treatment. These veins are caused by clogged blood veins which become enlarged. Frequent exercise will increase your blood flow through your veins and prevent future blockages.
2.Avoid crossing your legs. When you cross your legs you restrict blood flow through your veins. A pinched vein can cause blood to sit stationary in a vein and form a spider vein over time.

3.Eat a diet high in vitamin C. Vitamin C has been proven to promote vein health and performance. Oranges are a great source of vitamin C as well as certain melons. Taking a vitamin C supplement daily is also a good idea.

4.If your spider veins are excessive, think about getting Scierotherapy. Scierotherapy is a medical procedure where they inject your varicose veins with a formula that closes the vein. After a few weeks the vein slowly starts to die and disappear.

Hope it helps.

Thank you for using fixya

Oct 10, 2011 | Health & Beauty

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