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Recurrent Vaginal Yeast Infections

A while back, I started suffering from recurrent vaginal yeast infections. Whenever I got a yeast infection, my stomach hurt. I also experienced pain during urination. Tired of feeling bad all of the time, I scheduled an appointment with my trusted physician. This medical professional recommended I make some positive lifestyle changes. For instance, my caring doctor told me to begin wearing cotton underwear, drinking lactose free milk, and eating yogurt. My physician also recommended I take a probiotic every day. On this blog, I hope you will discover some of the most common, effective treatments for chronic medical issues.

3 Sneaky Health Issues The Dentist Can Spot

7 December 2016
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

Unless someone is in pain or experiencing noticeable symptoms of a health problem, it may be difficult to diagnose certain health issues. Many people do not even realize that there is a problem until certain conditions have advanced to the point of pain and discomfort. Many may wonder what they should do about these sneaky health issues. One solution is regular dental exams. Dentists are actually pretty good at spotting various health problems. Read More …

Ready To Slow Down The Aging Process? 3 Steps To Increase Your HGH Production Naturally

21 November 2016
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

Age has a way of creeping up when you least expect it. Overnight, your skin is less supple, your metabolism slows down and your muscles get weaker. At least, it feels like these changes occur overnight. It's actually all part of the aging process that begins when you're a child. In your early years, your pituitary gland produces plenty of human growth hormone, or HGH. However, as you age, the production of HGH slows down, which results in the acceleration of the aging process. Read More …

How To Qualify For Donating Your Eggs

14 October 2016
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

If you would like to give a couple who is struggling with fertility issues the opportunity to finally become pregnant, you can choose to donate one of your eggs. The process can be somewhat complicated but is very rewarding. However, it can be difficult to be accepted as an egg donor, with only a small percentage of women who apply being accepted. Your Age To donate your eggs, you will usually need to be within a designated age range which is usually between 21 and 29. Read More …

Is Using An At-Home Allergy Testing Kit Better Than A Professional Test?

14 September 2016
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

At-home allergy tests have been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to help detect whether or not someone is truly suffering from allergies. Although some allergy testing kits have the federal government's approval, actually being tested by an allergy specialist might still be the best course of action. If you are unsure whether or not you should be professionally tested or use an at-home kit, here are some pros and cons of each to consider. Read More …

Has Your Child Developed Guillain-Barre Syndrome After Exposure To Zika? What Are Your Treatment Options?

14 September 2016
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

Although the Zika virus got off to a slow start in the U.S., with the majority of early cases contracted by travelers to Central and South America, locally acquired cases are now beginning to pop up in Florida, Puerto Rico, and other warm-weather locations, potentially putting your child at risk. Zika is often associated with dangers to pregnant women due to the risk of anencephaly or microcephaly for their growing baby, but it can also cause major problems for children and non-pregnant adults -- notably, the development of Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS), an auto-immune condition in which the body's own immune defenses attack nerve cells. Read More …