No one wants to get a flu, and because it makes you feel so bad, two of the most common questions a person asks are: “how long does the flu last?” and “what treatment can I get to feel better?”. In this article I am going to answer these questions as well as describe the differences between cold and flu. You will also learn about cold and flu symptoms as this will allow you to distinguish between the two illnesses.
If you experience a lower left abdominal pain, it is probably a source of nuisance in your life. Perhaps it might be of some comfort for you to know that you are not alone. A pain in the lower left side of the abdomen is quite common, especially for women, and the pain is sometimes paired with lower left back pain as well. Pain in the lower left side of the abdomen is sometimes called left lower quadrant pain (LLQ pain) and in this article I’ll look at possible causes for this pain.
The uvula (its name is palatine uvula) is the fleshy organ that hangs at the back of the throat. Most people simply refer to it as “the dangly thing at the back of your throat.” Although it doesn’t happen very often, some people can suffer from a swollen uvula. This condition is called uvulitis and can affect both children and adults.
Leukocytes are also called white blood cells (WBCs). They play an important role in our immune system, helping the body to fight disease and infections. Testing the blood for leukocytes enables doctors to find out if there is any disease in the body. More specifically testing the number of leukocytes in urine and stool can help doctors to see if there are infections associated with our digestive or urinary systems.
White spots on throat are usually a symptom of a viral or bacterial infection. If you have white patches on your throat, you will probably have other symptoms as well.
Fevers play a very useful role in helping your body to naturally fight infections. Although many people get concerned when they or their children have a fever, it is good to remember that fevers generally work for us, not against us, so not all cases require breaking a fever. So if you are interested in how to break a fever you must also realize that it’s not always the best thing to do.
Shoulder blade pain is a condition which can affect many people and it can be difficult to pinpoint the exact cause of the pain. More often than not, the cause of shoulder blade pain can be something as simple as muscle strain. However, sometimes pain in (or between) the shoulder blades can be caused by a serious health issue. Therefore, you should never ignore it.
Unfortunately, everyone will suffer from some form of diarrhea at some point in their lives. We all know that it can have a major impact on our daily activities and leave us feeling weak, drained, and sometimes even embarrassed. Understanding more about the condition and knowing how to get rid of diarrhea can help to lessen its impact on your life.
It is important for all women to know what is going on in their bodies, especially when it comes to our reproductive system. Usually, we take note of our menstrual cycles, regularly check our breasts for lumps, and make regular checkups with our obstetrician/gynecologist. One thing that we should never ignore is ovary pain.
Amla oil has been used for centuries in traditional Indian medicine (Ayurvedic medicine) because of its many beneficial uses. One popular natural treatment is to use amla oil for hair. In fact, amla oil is used by both men and women as part of their hair care regime.
This article will explain how your hair can benefit from using amla oil, and if there is any truth in the claims that amla oil is good for hair growth.