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Apparently Bevispas is used to treat irritable bowl syndrome (IBS), chronic irritable colan, colitis, and other intestinal conditions.

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Personal opinion: If a person is in pain, asking questions on an online forum intended for information on how to go about repairing things (the focus of Fixya) is not the best option.

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Medical | Answered 2 days ago


This always works as it re-trains your diaphragm. I owned a bar and I bought this cure for one pound in the UK. It was sold to me and I have sold it to others who have chronic hiccups. Most say "I'm not paying for a hiccup cure"! I say, that's okay when you are exhausted by it, let me know"?

It is the 'Sip Swallow Cure'.

Fill a glass with water
Hold your nose
Take a sip of water, hold it in the mouth for 3 seconds
Swallow
Still holding the nose and not opening the mouth, repeat twice more. Sip Swallow, Sip Swallow, Sip Swallow.
At the end of this you will be gasping for air, just 9 seconds plus the 3 sips.

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Medical | Answered on Dec 08, 2019


Hey Bro,

First, tell me what model of MORTARA ECG are you referring to. I work with different models of MORTARA ECG for some times. Maybe I can help you.

Medical | Answered on Dec 05, 2019


I have a cavity. Can anyone help me get out?

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Dexis DEXcam | Answered on Nov 27, 2019


Did you purchase the equipment, rent it, or have it on loan from the Red Cross or community organization?
If you rented or got it on loan, contact the organization to arrange pickup. There should be stickers on the equipment with the contact numbers.

If it was purchased, you have a choice of selling it (advertising locally), or contacting a charity locally who will pick it up for reuse, Check with them if they expect you to clean it, and whether they will take the mattress or whether you are expected to dispose of that. Check with the Red Cross https://www.redcross.ca/how-we-help/community-health-services-in-canada/health-equipment-loan-program/health-equipment-donations, ALS society https://www.als.ca/support-services/inside-of-ontario/equipment/, Rotary Club rotaryworldhelp.com

https://www.accessiblemed.com/used-medical-equipment/

https://www.goodnet.org/articles/7-organizations-give-old-medical-equipment-new-home

Medical | Answered on Nov 21, 2019


ask your doctor

Medical | Answered on Nov 07, 2019


off topic , mammary are not computers...
3D means 3 dimensions, not 2D like this screen here.
the new equipment does DEPTH, for better more accurate diagnosis. (or false readings)
you can google examples , and learn that just looking at real examples. vastly better it is, until it finds false positives.
do not panic if they do OK>? some folks have calcium deposits
that look scary in images, but are not any danger at all.
so do not panic please., (my sis did but I had to tell here that and was that, just Calcium (and safe element)
good luck to you. (moving you out of computers next)

Medical | Answered on Nov 04, 2019


What is tramadol? Tramadol is a pain reliever.
Tramadol is used to treat moderate to severe pain.
The extended-release form of tramadol is for around-the-clock treatment of pain. This form of tramadol is not for use on an as-needed basis for pain.

Medical | Answered on Oct 22, 2019


The normal heart rate is really an average heart rate, around 80 beats per minute. Many things can make it go faster or slower, including activity, medication, drugs, exposure to insectisides or mushrooms and others. A slow heart rate is called bradycardia, usually around 60 beats per minute. Sometimes the electrical nodes in the heart which help to make the heart start a new beat quit or work incorectly. In these cases medication or a pacemaker are required. I hope this answers your question.

Medical | Answered on Oct 04, 2019


Metadec 50 is a type of anabolic steroid (AAS). The immediate effects of AAS in the brain are mediated by their binding to androgen (male *** hormone) and estrogen (female *** hormone) receptors on the surface of a cell. This AAS-receptor complex can then shuttle into the cell nucleus to influence patterns of gene expression. Because of this, the acute effects of AAS in the brain are substantially different from those of other drugs of abuse. The most important difference is that AAS are not euphorigenic, meaning they do not trigger rapid increases in the neurotransmitter dopamine, which is responsible for the "high" that often drives substance abuse behaviors. However, long-term use of AAS can eventually have an impact on some of the same brain pathways and chemicals-such as dopamine, serotonin, and opioid systems-that are affected by other drugs of abuse. Considering the combined effect of their complex direct and indirect actions, it is not surprising that AAS can affect mood and behavior in significant ways. Steroid abuse can lead to serious, even irreversible health problems. Some of the most dangerous among these include liver damage; jaundice (yellowish pigmentation of skin, tissues, and body fluids); fluid retention; high blood pressure; increases in LDL ("bad" cholesterol); and decreases in HDL ("good" cholesterol). Other reported effects include renal failure, severe acne, and trembling. In addition, there are some gender- and age-specific adverse effects:
  • For men-shrinking of the testicles, reduced ***** count, infertility, baldness, development of breasts, increased risk for prostate cancer
  • For women-growth of facial hair, male-pattern baldness, changes in or cessation of the menstrual cycle, enlargement of the **** , deepened voice
  • For adolescents-stunted growth due to premature skeletal maturation and accelerated puberty changes; risk of not reaching expected height if AAS is taken before the typical adolescent growth spurt
In addition, people who inject AAS run the added risk of contracting or transmitting HIV/AIDS or hepatitis, which causes serious damage to the liver. Source: National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA)

Medical | Answered on Sep 27, 2019


Contact Cardiocare directly to request the diagram.

Life Science... | Answered on Aug 26, 2019


there are products such as wrecking balm that claim to remove the tattoo but results vary, it may only made it very faded. if you want to do it professionally, you can have it burned off with a laser

Medical | Answered on Aug 21, 2019


Ooooh, error 64 is not easy. If it was 63 you'd be ok or even 65....not so bad but 64 is a tough one. You may need to re-shuffle the discombobulataory co-functional interpolations by accessing the ancillary positioning extrapolation cog that rotates the comfufulator prior to the sequential disengagement of the photomagraphical fusion vacillator After that it's pretty straightforward apart from the reverse thrust inductors needing a shunt to blow the cobwebs out. If that doesn't work, you could try cutting the power supply off, throwing a dust sheet over it and using it as a hat-stand. Good luck

PLANMECA PM 2002... | Answered on Jul 20, 2019

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