DO i have appendicitis?
I have slight pressure in my lower right part of my stomach and sometimes it feels like a 1-3 out of 10 pain. I am pretty scared about this, please only serious answers. I also feel kinda sick but I think thats just all in my head from reading stuff online about it. Im also a 16yr old guy, Im just using someones elses yahoo if that matters. thank you;
Suggestion by Douglas B
Pinched back muscles can also send pains around your body on the nerves to be pains like that. Freeing up the back muscles will get rid of that pain. If the pain is still there after freeing up the muscles it’s something internal and should be looked at by a dr. Here’s how to free up the back muscles to find out if it’s muscular pain or not:
(do from a sitting position)
Place your left hand on your left leg next to your body. Place your right hand over your left shoulder, fingers over the back and the palm in the front and firmly pull down on them and hold. After 30 seconds slowly lower your body forward and to the outside of your left leg, keeping your left arm fairly straight as you do. When you reach your lap remain there for another 10 seconds, release the pressure but rest there for another 30 seconds. Then reverse your hand positions and do your right side.
For best results relax your body first by taking a deep breath and exhaling then remain this relaxed.
Suggestion by Rudy HI
I’m not a doctor, nor had aappendicitis, but from what I’ve heard about it; the pain is unbearable. Like it gets so bad, that you can not even stand up. Maybe not everybody is like that, but what I’ve heard, that’s what if feels like, umong other symptoms Like loss of appetite, fever, throwing up, basically feeling like crap
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Need help with hyperhydrosis.?
I am self-diagnosed with hyperhydrosis. Basically the symptoms are sweating without a clear cause. I have had this as long as i can remember and i just recently found the disorder online. I am a very calm and reserved person but when i walk in a room i start to sweat. The most common problem with hyperhydrosis is sweaty palms. I wish that was all that sweated, I think that is the only place i don’t sweat. When i walk into a classroom and i have drops of sweat running off my forehead and it looks like i just sprinted all the way from home to school it is pretty noticeable. My teachers have noticed, classmates have also noticed. The only time that i feel free is during physical activities like Gym class or sports but even then i sweat really bad during warm-ups making me look like i am out of shape. Tonight i got home from riding around with my friends and i walked past a mirror and happened to notice something so i turned around and sure enough there was a big wet spot on the seat of my pants. That is unacceptable, i have tried using deodoreants but if the deodorant does do anything all that i have noticed is that it tends to stain the seat of my pants. I am 17 years old and while i have made great progress since the last school year i am still having problems. Last year i didn’t know what was wrong so there was little that i could do to try to correct the problem. I used to smell like sweat all the time and no girl wants to be around a guy like that. Fortunately this year i have began using stronger antipersperant/ deoderants and colognes to cover the sweat smell and that has worked very well but it doesn’t really matter when you have wet armpits and wetspots on your clothes. I have read that it is mostly a phscological disorder. Most of the time i sweat just because i am sweating in other words for no reason. This cannot continue.
Suggestion by sycrohixx
i had hyperhidrosis as well, specifically in the hands. think my doctor called it palmar hyperhidrosis? anyway, he suggested all these treatments like botox and surgery (!!!!!). i was like no way. so i thought there has got to be another way. i googled some methods for sweaty palms and found this natural program. worked really well so far.
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