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Scary Symptoms – Health, Anxiety and Panic Headquarters A L S A L S Fear Atrophy & Dents BFS EMG Foot Drop Reassurance Strength Tests Twitching: Bodywide Twitching: Lower Body Calves Feet/Toes Quads/Hamstrings Twitching: Upper Body Arm/Hand/Fingers Chest Eyelid Lip/Face Stomach, Shoulder, Neck Tongue Twitching: Misc. Weakness Cancer Bladder Brain Tumor Dogs People Breast Density Mammograms Misc. 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Myths Parent Mistakes Siblings Solutions Suicide Teachers Depression Antidepressants Causes Exercise Physical Symptoms Domestic Abuse Nutty Miscellaneous Parenting Myths Relationships Sticky Situations Stranger Danger Offering Rides Parents Santa Claus Fear Tall Women Issues Confidence Dating High Heels Rude Comments Teen Girls Stools Bloody Colors Constipation Diarrhea IBS Microscopic Colitis Mucous Pencil-thin Women Breast Pain Caregiver Empowerment Cervical Mucus Fat Burning Feeling Old? Hair Hot Flashes Menopause Menstruation Ovarian Cysts Vaginal Issues A L S A L S Fear Atrophy & Dents BFS EMG Foot Drop Reassurance Strength Tests Twitching: Bodywide Twitching: Lower Body Calves Feet/Toes Quads/Hamstrings Twitching: Upper Body Arm/Hand/Fingers Chest Eyelid Lip/Face Stomach, Shoulder, Neck Tongue Twitching: Misc. Weakness Cancer Bladder Brain Tumor Dogs People Breast Density Mammograms Misc. Risks Treatments Cervical, Anal Colon Colonoscopy Symptoms Esophageal Laryngeal Liver, Gallbladder Lung Lymphoma Melanoma Appearance Risk Factors Screening Ovarian Pancreatic Prostate Uterine Cardiac A-Fib Aortic Aneurysm Exercise Repair Blood Pressure CABG Calcium Scoring Chest pain Angina Causes (heart) Causes/non-heart ER CHF Heart Attack Risks Symptoms Tests Heart Disease Causes Detection Prevention Misdiagnosis PVCs, Palps Causes Dangers Exercise Other DVT Air Travel Children Diagnostics Embolization Signs Treatment Misc Prevention Joint Replacement Surgery Risk Factors Symptoms Treatments Headache Aneurysm Brain Tumor Exercise Migraine Sinus Stroke, TIA Subdural Hematoma Moles Anxiety Bleeding Changing Colors Growth Kids Many New Removal Shape, Size Mouth/Throat Adam’s Apple Burping Coughing LPR Lump, Stuck Feeling Phantom Tastes Foul Taste Metal Taste Pepper Taste Salty Taste Sweet Taste Swallowing Teeth Tongue Bulbar ALS Burning Color Dry Mouth Stiff Vocal Cord Dysfunction Obesity 600 Pound Life Childhood Dangers Exercise Exercise Anxiety, Gym Fear Pregnancy Why You Can’t Lose Weight Pain Arm Back Herniated Disc Other Calves Fibromyalgia Foot/Heel/Ankle Hand/Wrist/Fingers Hip Jaw Knee Neck Pelvic Sciatica Shoulder Stomach Psych ADHD Adults Kids Anorexia Nervosa Anxiety, Stress Bullying Causes Cyber Karate MY child’s the bully! Myths Parent Mistakes Siblings Solutions Suicide Teachers Depression Antidepressants Causes Exercise Physical Symptoms Domestic Abuse Nutty Miscellaneous Parenting Myths Relationships Sticky Situations Stranger Danger Offering Rides Parents Santa Claus Fear Tall Women Issues Confidence Dating High Heels Rude Comments Teen Girls Stools Bloody Colors Constipation Diarrhea IBS Microscopic Colitis Mucous Pencil-thin Women Breast Pain Caregiver Empowerment Cervical Mucus Fat Burning Feeling Old? Hair Hot Flashes Menopause Menstruation Ovarian Cysts Vaginal Issues Blog chimpmedia 2016-03-15T00:18:43+00:00 OVARIAN CANCER Articles on this DEADLIEST Gyn Cancer Ovarian cancer is a stealthy killer, creeping up without warning and murdering thousands of women every year. So creepy is this monster that there’s still no way to effectively screen for its presence. Usually it lets its presence be known only after it has spread beyond the ovaries—making prognosis grim. This disease is one of the most evil terrorists out there—why isn’t there yet an effective treatment? What are world leaders doing about this killer that can even strike women in their 20s? You’ll likely find your questions answered in one of the articles below… All About Symptoms Ovarian Cancer Symptoms vs. Fibroids Ovarian Cancer Leg Pain vs. IBS: Symptom Comparison Ovarian Cancer Indigestion vs. IBS: Symptom Comparison Ovarian Cancer Back Pain vs. IBS: Symptom Comparison Ovarian Cancer Pelvic Pain vs. IBS: Symptom Comparison Ovarian Cancer Symptom Q & A with Doctor Ovarian Cancer vs. Colon Cancer: Symptom Comparison Why Does Ovarian Cancer Cause Appetite Loss? Why Does Ovarian Cancer Cause Bloating? Why Can Ovarian Cancer Cause Leg Pain? Risks Too Many Periods Can Cause Ovarian Cancer How much Does Nightshift Raise Ovarian Cancer Risk? Articles on STROKE: Symptoms, Risks, Treatment of this Crippler Stroke is the No. 1 cause of disability in the U.S., and yet, it is so preventable! Below are links to all sorts of articles about stroke. Check them out; if you have some questions but have not been able to find the answers online, chances are pretty high that one of these articles has the information you’re looking for. CAUSES Does Stress Cause Brain Changes that Lead to Stroke? How Can a Stroke Be Caused By Hip Replacement Surgery? Just HOW Does Sudden Stress Cause a Heart Attack or Stroke? MISC. How Often Do Teens, Young Adults Get a STROKE? Stroke Symptoms Compared to Chronic Subdural Hematoma Left (Spatial) Neglect from Stroke: Simple Game Measures Extent How Is a TIA Diagnosed in the ER? RISKS Why Stroke Risk Goes Up with Excess Sleep Can Getting Hit in the Head Increase Stroke Risk? Lower Stroke Risk with a Treadmill Desk How Much Walking a Week Lowers Stroke Risk? Stroke Risk Doubles Within Hour of Having One Drink Type of Heart Bypass Surgery with Lowest Stroke Risk Stroke Risk Increased by Job Stress or Retirement? Risk of Stroke after TIA “Soft” Symptoms vs. “Hard” TREATMENT Ideal Time Window for Stroke Treatment After First Symptom How Long After Stroke Will Medical Treatment Work? Articles on CALCIUM SCORING for Heart Disease Detection If you have a question about the calcium score test for detecting the likelihood of heart disease, check out the article links below. Calcium Scoring May Show Death Risk CT Calcium Scoring & Radiation Cancer Risk: EBCT vs. 64 Slice Zero Calcium Score Possible with Major Soft Plaque Buildup What Calcium Score Means in Low Heart Disease Risk People High Calcium in Arteries Linked to High Heart Attack Risk “Should I Worry My Calcium Score Keeps Getting Higher?” Calcium Score Test & Heart Disease Prevention Effectiveness Zero Calcium Score in Asymptomatic vs. Symptomatic Patients Can You Be Too Young to Have Calcium Buildup in Heart Arteries? Does Zero Calcium Score Always Mean No Heart Disease? Can You Be Too Young to Have Clogged Arteries? CT Heart Scan Cancer Risk Downgraded to One in 1,000 CELIAC DISEASE: Your Source for Information Visit the links below for answers to your questions about celiac disease. Celiac Disease: Why Even One Crumb of Gluten Is Harmful Negative Celiac Blood Test, but Stool Sample Shows Antigliadins Can You Be Too Old to Get Celiac Disease? Should Symptom-Free Celiacs Avoid Gluten? Does Celiac Gene but No Disease Mean Avoid Gluten? Should Doctors do Genetic Test for Celiac Disease During Routine Physicals? How Many Americans Have Celiac Disease? Can Celiac Gene Raise Cancer Risk if You Don’t Have Celiac Disease? Can Stool Analysis Confirm Celiac Disease? Muscle Cramps & Fatigued? Get Tested for Celiac Disease Is Celiac Disease Without Symptoms Possible? Articles on TYPE II DIABETES: Leading Cause of Disability Type II diabetes has many surprising causes and risk factors, including workplace stress! Glucerna Ingredients Include Soy & Artificial Sweeteners Why Does Diabetes Kill So Many If It Can Be Controlled? Itchy Scalp Causes Include Shampoos, Brushing, Diabetes Prevent Type 2 Diabetes in 60-Plus Adults with Walking Diagnosed with Prediabetes? How to Prevent Diabetes Poor Sleep Can Causes Heart Disease & Diabetes Death by Prolonged Sitting: Heart Disease, Diabetes, Mortality Lower Heart Disease, Diabetes Risk by Quitting Stressful Job Diabetes in Elderly: Symptoms Caregivers Should Look For Can Diabetes Affect Mood or Cause Anger and Even ADHD? INSULIN RESISTANCE: Dangerous Harbinger to Diabetes Insulin resistance or impaired glucose metabolism is a forerunner of type 2 diabetes, and if you have it, it’s nothing to take lightly. I interviewed physicians for my articles about insulin resistance; I asked many very interesting questions about this harbinger of type 2 diabetes. In type 2 diabetes, the body produces insulin…but, as one type 2 diabetic told me, “The body doesn’t know what the hell to do with it.” Many people have an impaired glucose metabolism yet don’t have a clue. It’s a stealthy condition that creeps up on people…even though it has very identifiable causes and risk factors. Answers to Your Questions Causes Can Anxiety and Stress Cause Insulin Resistance? Can Insomnia, Poor Sleep, Cause Insulin Resistance? Lean Fit People Who Exercise Can Get Insulin Resistance Insulin Resistance Connection to Juices & Fruits Can Bottled Juices Cause Insulin Resistance? Reversing & Prevention Time It Takes to Reverse Insulin Resistance Can Strenuous Exercise Prevent Insulin Resistance? What Can Fit Active People Do to Prevent Insulin Resistance? Can Lifting Weights Fight Off Insulin Resistance? Reverse Insulin Resistance with T3 Bioidentical Hormone Misc. Does Insulin Resistance Always Make You Gain Weight? Can Insulin Resistance Kill You? Does Fasting Glucose Reading of 106 Mean Insulin Resistance? Does One Fasting Glucose Reading Over 100 Mean Prediabetes? WHY You’re Starving Day After Leg Workout Okay, you know it happens, but here’s WHY you’re freaking starving the day after a badass leg workout! You thrashed your legs in the gym, and usually a grueling leg workout includes at least one of two famed compound exercises: the back squat and the deadlift. But other leg movements can also be very taxing: leg press, hack squat, front squat, weighted lunge, squat overhead press hybrid, and more. When these exercises are done at intense levels, they drain the muscle cells of their fuel source: glycogen. Glycogen refers to the blood sugar that’s stored in muscle cells. Muscle cells need this substance for fuel—not just to function, but to recover from a gym thrashing. If your leg workout is punishing enough, your muscle cells will be left in such a deficit that they’ll be gulping any glycogen that comes along. Glucose (blood sugar) is transported to the muscle cells via insulin, which is secreted by the pancreas. The insulin shuttles glucose to the insulin receptor sites on muscle cells—where the transfer occurs, fueling the muscle cells. If this transport service can’t keep up with the recovery demands of thrashed muscle fibers, then this means that the blood sugar levels are too low. Low blood sugar will cause hunger. The day after a leg workout, blood sugar levels may still be low, resulting in crazy hunger. Athletes who suffer with this often claim that they keep eating and eating, but the hunger persists all throughout the day after their strenuous leg workout. The supply (food) is not matching the demand (muscles starved for recovery fuel). But why is this hunger so pronounced the day after the leg workout rather than the day OF the leg workout and leading up to bedtime? Though some muscle-building enthusiasts report insane hunger in the hours after the leg workout on the same day, many report that their appetite becomes a bottomless pit only on the day after. Are you eating enough carbs or is it mostly meat/fish, low carb protein shakes (hardly satisfying) and low carb produce? When blood sugar gets too low, this causes a signal to go to your brain that translates to FEED ME! I’M STARVED! If you’re truly cramming down a lot of food and still suffering with hunger, you’re eating the wrong foods. Processed foods from the supermarket, fast-foods and restaurant foods are notorious for stimulating hunger. Even if you eat a “heavy” meal of such, don’t be surprised if two hours later you’re famished. Solutions to Insane Hunger Day after Leg Workout Loading up on protein and low carb vegetables may fill up your stomach, but will do little to raise blood sugar; hence, you may still feel famished after two chicken breasts and a pile of steamed broccoli. Many muscle builders are hesitant to eat more on the day following a leg workout because they’re in a cutting phase or trying to lose excess body fat. But depriving drained muscle fibers of needed recovery fuel will impede growth. You must find that right balance, that sweet spot, that subdues raging hunger yet won’t cause fat gain. Opt for healthier high carb foods such as naturally sweetened oats, a boiled potato, barley, brown rice, quinoa or geez, even a whole grain (all natural) bagel. Have protein alongside the carb dense food. Plan and be logistical, rather than spontaneous and frustrated. Have a second potato and a tossed green salad and yogurt an hour later rather than mindlessly cramming down highly processed mac ‘n cheese and an ice cream bar. Loading up on water to kill the hunger won’t work. Drink water for its many benefits, but accept the fact that water intake won’t replace depleted blood sugar. Face it; it’s a part of life: You will likely be crazy hungry the day after a crucifying leg workout! How Is a TIA Diagnosed in the ER? An ER doctor explains how a TIA (transient ischemic attack) is diagnosed. After all, when the event is over, which may last less than a minute, the patient may have no symptoms to show for it by the time they get to the emergency room. “A TIA is, by definition, a transient ischemic attack,” begins Rob Lapporte, MD, board certified in emergency medicine, of Legacy ER & Urgent Care, Coppell, Texas location. He continues, “In an ER setting, in order to meet criteria, a patient would have to 1) have stroke-like symptoms within the last 24 hours, 2) have a CT scan that showed no evidence of bleed or infarct, and 3) have complete resolution of his/her symptoms prior to being released from the ER.” The “bleed” that Dr. Lapporte mentions refers to bleeding in the brain. A chronic subdural hematoma, which is a common type of bleeding in the brain among the elderly, produces symptoms that are clinically indistinguishable from that of a TIA, other than that they are persistent rather than transient. “Sometimes patients are diagnosed with a stroke from the ER, and the symptoms resolve within a few hours,” says Dr. Lapporte. “At that point his/her diagnosis would be a TIA rather than a stroke because of the transient nature of the symptoms.” When You Need to Worry About Cloudy Urine: Urologist Answers Questions If you’ve ever had cloudy urine, you’ve no doubt wondered what’s causing the cloudiness and may have even been troubled by this odd symptom. After all, is cloudy urine a sign of cancer or some other serious problem? I interviewed a urologist who specializes in urinary tract infections to uncover all the information you need to know about cloudy urine, such as when it’s time to see a doctor, and what you can do to check if your cloudy urine might mean a viral infection. It’s important to keep tabs on the color of your urine, so that you’re on top of any changes in the color or appearance, such as cloudy or a murky quality. I asked questions to Elizabeth Kavaler, M.D., a board certified urologist with a private practice in New York City. Dr. Kavaler is the author of “A Seat in the Aisle, Please! The Essential Guide to Urinary Tract Problems in Women.” My first question was: What is the most common cause of cloudy urine? Dr. Kavaler: Cloudy urine is most commonly caused by inflammation in the bladder. White blood cells, mucous, and debris can build up if the bladder is irritated or inflamed. The most common cause of bladder inflammation is a urinary tract infection. Other causes include food irritants, environmental irritants, and chemical irritants. What other variables can cause this symptom? Dr. Kavaler: Cloudy urine can be a transient event. If irritating foods, like citrus or spices, are ingested, they can cause bladder irritation which will lead to inflammation and cloudy urine. Once the food is eliminated, the cloudiness will resolve. That is true for viral cystitis, which is when the bladder is irritated by a viral syndrome. If you have a cold and the urine is cloudy, the urine will clear when the cold clears up. Certainly, there are people who, upon seeing the cloudy appearance one day, start fearing cancer somewhere, maybe bladder cancer. Can this ever be a symptom of cancer? Dr. Kavaler: Cloudy urine is not an indication of cancer. Cancer is indicated by blood in the urine; either obvious blood or microscopic blood that is found on a urine test performed in the physician’s office. If cloudy urine is present without symptoms of frequency, urgency or discomfort, it does not need to be addressed. (The murkiness, in and of itself, is not a notable symptom of a more serious bladder condition.) Can certain foods cause the murkiness? Dr. Kavaler: Certain foods, such as spicy foods, citrus, and caffeine can irritate the bladder lining and lead to inflammation. The result may be cloudy urine. Although not dangerous, the inflammation can lead to irritating symptoms. What causes urinary tract infections? Dr. Kavaler: Contrary to what some believe, urinary tract infections (UTIs) are not caused by “extra” bacteria getting into the bladder, but by the bacteria that does not get out. A person with a healthy urine flow should be able to flush all bacteria out of the bladder normally each time they urinate. A strong and steady flow naturally cleanses the urinary tract and surrounding area of unwanted bacteria. However, if something is inhibiting normal urination, that’s when bacteria can be trapped inside the urinary tract, leading to a urinary tract infection (UTI). Can a UTI resolve on its own? Dr. Kavaler: No, a urinary tract infection can not resolve on its own. It is important to see a doctor as soon as possible. Your healthcare provider will take a urine culture so that the proper course of antibiotic therapy may be prescribed to cure the urinary tract infection (UTI). If you are prone to urinary tract infections (UTIs), you should also discuss a uroflow exam (which measures the flow and force of your urine stream) with your physician, as well as talk to your doctor about taking Cystex as a preventative measure. Drink plenty of water to flush the system and take the over-the-counter (OTC) medication Cystex, as this medicine can help ease the pain of the infection and will not interfere with the antibiotic. Antibiotics begin fighting the infection immediately, but they can’t stop all the symptoms right away, such as the pain in your bladder. When should you see a doctor regarding cloudy appearance? Dr. Kavaler: If there is cloudy urine with symptoms, see a practitioner. If there is only cloudy urine, there is unlikely to be a problem, but it is worth mentioning to your physician if it persists. The physician can be sure that nothing is wrong, such as the beginnings of an infection. Be sure to also alert your doctor to any changes in the way that you urinate (i.e. flow, pain, and urgency). Dr. Kavaler adds that if you only have cloudiness and the physician does not find a problem, there is nothing to be worried about. cystex.com Why Older People Should NOT Hold Onto Treadmill for Weight Loss An older person who wants weight loss will not get good results holding onto a treadmill. This is really simple to understand. Think of how you walk in normal daily life: not holding onto anything (carrying something is not the same as holding ONTO a fixed object for support). When you hold onto a treadmill, you’re performing below your baseline everyday walk. Since you’re below baseline, how will you lose weight? Weight loss is triggered when a new demand is imposed upon the body–a demand that it is NOT accustomed to; a demand that makes it work harder than what it’s used to. Are you working harder than what your body is used to when you hold onto the treadmill when walking? The answer is NO, even if you have a high incline. Because the higher the incline, the tighter you’ll hold on! Even a loose hold will sabotage your weight loss efforts. To lose weight, you must impose a stimulus that makes your body think, “Whoa! What’s going on? I have to work harder than I’m used to!” This increased oxygen demand on your body will trigger weight loss. If you’re older, these rules apply just the same. I see many older people walking in the parking lot of the gym without any problem, and then board a treadmill, only to hold on for their entire “walking” session. This makes absolutely no sense. You will not lose much weight, if any. You will look the same six months from now. If a hands-free walk makes you feel unsteady, then you’re going too fast. If you must slow down so much to avoid this unsteadiness, that you believe that such a slow walk won’t burn many calories—you’re right; a slow walk won’t trigger weight loss. But this slow walk, to help the older person adapt to walking on a treadmill without holding on, is not for weight loss. It’s to ACCLIMATE the body to a hands-free walk, and this slow walk is thus ONLY TEMPORARY. In no time you’ll be able to walk at much faster speeds. And with an incline. It’s like learning how to bench press. You’d start out with a very light bar, but over time, your body will get more adapted to a heavier bar. Same with walking without holding onto a treadmill. Start out slowly, and as you feel ready, increase the speed a little bit here, a little bit there. As a personal trainer, I’ve had older clients walking like soldiers on a treadmill without holding on! 1 2 3 Next PANICKING? Causes of Fluttering Heartbeat After Lying Down Causes of Toe Twitching, and Solutions Does All Your Food Taste Fishy? Possible Causes DVT Calve Pain vs. Pulled Calve Muscle Soreness Frequent Urge to Urinate: Bladder Cancer Possible Late Periods Causes and When to Worry New Moles in Middle Age People: Melanoma or Benign Normal Black Line Under Fingernail vs. Melanoma Streak Normal CT Scan After Hitting Head: Brain Bleed Can Still Occur Perceived Weakness: Tips for Relief of ALS Fear Quadriceps Muscle Dent Causes: Atrophy? MS/ALS? or What? Racing Heart after Climbing Stairs: Cause & Solution Red Dots on Skin: 19 Causes, Some Serious Salty Taste in Mouth: Causes, Solutions Twitching Arch of Foot: Causes, and Should You Worry? Twitching Calf Muscle: Should You Worry? What Bulbar Tongue Twitching Really Looks Like THE SITTING DISEASE Why sitting is the "new smoking." Mouth & Throat Hoarse Voice in Morning: Causes and Solutions Metal Taste in Mouth: Every Cause, Every Solution Stiff Tongue: 10 Possible Causes Including Cancer MELANOMA: Can you... PICK IT OFF? SHAVE IT OFF? WASH IT OFF? RUB IT OFF? What Hurts? Costochondritis vs. Heart Attack, Angina: Symptom Comparison Left Side Chest Pain When Exhaling: Possible Causes Low Back Pain with Treadmill Incline: Cause, Solutions Sore Adam’s Apple: Causes, Solutions Heart Attack Fear Chest Pain: Imminent Heart Attack Misdiagnosis in ER Thumping Heartbeat Causes, Solutions, When to See Doctor Warning Signs of Future Heart Attack: How Not to Miss Them Recent Posts OVARIAN CANCER Articles on this DEADLIEST Gyn Cancer Articles on STROKE: Symptoms, Risks, Treatment of this Crippler Articles on CALCIUM SCORING for Heart Disease Detection CELIAC DISEASE: Your Source for Information Articles on TYPE II DIABETES: Leading Cause of Disability NOSE Problems? Normal Nosebleed vs. Leukemia: Is There a Difference? Here’s what a doctor says about the difference between a leukemia nosebleed and a benign More… Rotting Flesh Smell in Nose: Which Test Rules Cancer Out? Cancer can cause a rotting flesh smell in the nose, but an ear, nose and More… Cause of Bad Odor after Blowing Nose An ear, nose and throat doctor explains some likely causes of a bad smell after More… Rough Red Patch on Nose or Cheek What This Might Be Concerned or worried about that rough red patch on your nose or cheek? Perhaps you More… Colon Cancer Gallbladder Issues? Search this Site…the drop-down menu is only a small sampling of what’s here! SCARIEST SYMPTOMS TOP 20 Lump in Throat: Causes and Solutions Does a lump in your throat, or feeling that something is stuck in your throat, have you frightened it could Brain Tumor Headache vs. Normal Headaches Is there a difference between brain tumor headaches and normal headaches? Answers to brain tumor headache questions you could never Constantly Swallowing, Tight Throat: Causes & Treatment Always swallowing and throat tight? Your need to swallow often, and that tight throat, may be from a medical condition, Sweet Taste in Mouth: Causes and Solutions A sweet taste in the mouth that won’t go away can have one of several serious causes. This ongoing sensation Why You Smell Phantom Cigarette Smoke When Nobody’s Smoking Nobody around is smoking, so why do you smell cigarette smoke? Is this crazy or what? There are some explanations Fishy Smell Around Penis: Causes and Solutions A urologist explains the causes of a fish-like smell around the penis. That fishy smell from your penis is caused by Why Does My Urine Stink, Especially in Morning? Stinky smelly urine in the morning? Or does your urine smell bad or like burning rubber at other times of the Is Thumb Twitching Normal or Something to Worry About? Is your thumb twitching lately? Have you learned that muscle twitching is one of the symptoms of ALS? Does your thumb twitch and Suffer with Body Wide Muscle Twitching? Here’s Good News If you’re going nuts because of muscle twitching all throughout your entire body, stop fearing the worst, and don’t even Why Your Stomach is Twitching: Neurologist Explains Is your stomach twitching? “Twitching is the common term for fasciculations, an abnormal firing of muscles,” says Daniel Kantor, MD, Causes of Thin Narrow Stools Besides Colon Cancer If your thin or narrow stools have you fearing colon cancer, there are other causes of narrow thin stools besides Fishy Urine Smell Caused by Infected Vagina: Men Can Get Infected If your urine has a fishy smell, this isn’t a hygiene problem and will not be solved with extra bathing Orange Diarrhea: Some Causes Are Serious Have you had orange diarrhea lately? That must have been a surprising sight, maybe even an alarming sight, since loose stools Are Purple Moles Normal or Possible Cancer? Do you have a purple mole? If so, are you worried that your mole has cancer because it’s purple? I Why Is There Blood in Cervical Mucus after Period Ends? An OB/GYN explains reasons for blood in cervical mucus after menstruation is over. Have you noticed blood in your cervical When an Itching Mole Begins Bothering You Read what a dermatologist says about itching moles. If you’re concerned about an itching mole (could it be melanoma?), first Red Stools from Beets vs. from Blood: Comparison If you had beets several days ago and are now wondering if the red in your stools is blood, there Can Excessive Burping Mean Cancer? Believe it or not, frequent burping can be caused by several different cancers. A symptom as seemingly harmless as burping Numbness in Tip of Middle Finger: Cause & Solution If the tip of your middle finger has suddenly become numb, here is some reassuring news. It’s hard to ignore Is a Scab that Won’t Heal Always Cancer? Can a non-healing scab be benign or is it always cancer? You’ve probably heard for years that one of the Urine & GI Symptoms Causes of Dark or Brown Urine: Over a Dozen IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) or Colon Cancer Symptom Comparison What Causes Foamy Urine: Serious & Benign What Makes My Gas Smell So Bad? Why Does My Stomach Make Strange Funny Sounds? Groundbreaking Medical Advances CARNIVORA: Cancer Cure or Hype? Translate English EnglishFrenchGermanItalianPortugueseRussianSpanish Copyright Notice All text is copyright property of this site's author. It is illegal to copy, reprint or republish any content on this site without the author's permission. Many of the articles on this site were originally posted, by me, on the Yahoo! Voices site (formerly Associated Content) between 2007 and 2014. That gave other bloggers plenty of time to "borrow" some of my articles without crediting me, which is why you may notice that some of my treadmill and other fitness articles, plus various medical articles (e.g., muscle twitching) are the same ones you read on a different site, even with that blogger's byline! Yahoo! Voices shut down July 31, 2014, and beginning about a month prior to that, I began reposting all of my articles onto this site. Disclaimer The content on this site is meant for information and guidance only, not for diagnosing or treating medical conditions. Copyright 2016 ScarySymptoms.com | All Rights Reserved | Powered by Chimp Media Works | Admin Login

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