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Do you have an allergy?
Memory loss and dementia.
Different types of arthritis.
Constipation, diarrhea, IBD and more.
Methods of contraception discussed.
How to breastfeed, milk supply and nursing problems.
Signs, treatment and survival rates.
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Severe exhaustion lasting 6 months.
Prediabetes, type 1 and 2 diabetes.
Do you have constant pelvic pain?
Testing for diseases and birth defects.
Cause of weight gain & heavy periods.
Trigger points and treatment options.
From chest pain to heart attacks.
High Blood Pressure
Dangers and signs of hypertension.
Pros/cons and alternatives.
Irritable bowel syndrome guide.
Causes, tests, self-help remedies.
Autoimmune disease with butterfly rash.
Common tests for women.
Symptoms and home testing.
PMS and period problems.
Are you obese? Calculator.
Wear and tear arthritis.
Brittle bones, causes & treatment.
Symptoms and weight gain.
Signs, is there a cure?
Infection that causes infertility.
Growths in the body.
Depressed or baby blues?
Mom and baby care.
Symptoms, trimesters, photos.
Swollen, sore joints.
Sexually transmitted diseases.
Urinary Tract Infections
Signs, treatment and douching.
Loss of balance.
Types, plus Candida diet.
The Female Body
| Popular Questions
What are the pregnancy signs before a missed period?
Do You Have Kidney Stones?
6 percent of women get kidney stones at some point in their life. Usually they occur between the ages of 30 and 60 and you are more likely to get them if you suffer from high blood pressure, or a family member has had
them, or you are white skinned. Your kidneys filter waste from your blood and excretes the waste in your urine. Occasionally some of this waste produce form crystals and if they become large form a stone that gets caught in your water pipes. Most pass easily, but if they are over 5mm in size, they can cause problems in the kidneys or water pipes. A stone can be as big as a plum!!
What Do They Feel Like?
If a stone gets stuck, it causes severe pain usually in the lower back or side between the pelvis and ribs. It is similar to colic pain because it tends to come and go, it may even be more painful than labor pains! You find it difficult to urinate and your urine may be bloody or cloudy. You also feel hot and cold and generally feel unwell.
|CONDITIONS AND DISORDERS OF THE ......
Skin:How the skin works and what can go wrong with it. See, Structure and Function Of The Skin
Digestive: How the body digests food, 50 hours of hard labor! See, Digestive System.
Circulation: How blood moves around the body, See, Cardiovascular System.
Nervous: How the brain communicates with the rest of the body. See, Nervous System.
Lymphatic System:Drainage system of the body, how it works. See, Lymphatic System.
Reproductive System: How the female body works. See, Female Reproductive System.
Urinary System: How we produce and expel urine from the body. See, Urinary System.
Muscles: Learn more about muscles and how they work. See, Muscles Of The Body.
Endocrine System: Glands and hormones, roles and function. See, Endocrine System.
Respiratory System: How and why we breathe in and out. See, Respiratory System.