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    I have a bump that's infected and stings like hell if urine gets on it It really hurts,I have difficulty walking sitting moving in General,there is white stuff around It.on my vagina.please help !!!





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    im currently unwell,ive had previous drastic surgery on my abdomen&bowel&have many health problems.During the last 10 days i have lost a stone in weight too.It started when i had some pain in my hip&stomache,fever which went with paracetamol&seemed to last for only a day.The pain intensified with lots of gas,which then "settled" into a very tender abdomen which was very much like the feeling of just having had surgery eg tender tummy,difficulty in coughing,laughing&walking properly upright&a stiffness in walking/moving.As the days progressed(3rd day)i developed diarrhea which i still have,This is day 6 now but i feel im getting abit better generally.Im scared its cancer but know i wont even get a drs appointment for at least 3wks!Should i go to hospital or just wait until i can see a dr?I dont think ive im properly hydrated either.Thank you in anticipation of any help.





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    My 6 1/2 year old son has recently been having assessments in school due to what we thought we development issues. He is one of a non-identical twin and being August children myself and teachers thought he's just catch up. To some extent he has done incredibly well, there's not a great deal of difference in the quality of work between him and his brother althouhh, things like poor pencil grip and inability to concerntrate came to attention over the last few months. As a result of this, an occupational therapist has been involved and many many assessments have been take including the "Connor's test" which has sugested that he is on the Autisitic spectrum. Obviously I've found this difficult to digest given he is very bright, knowledgable and quick although has difficulty in putting things down on paper. My main concern is that this has come to light in his final few weeks at Infant school and will be moving to Junior school very shortly where I am told the headteacher is not particularly supportive. I have been told we will be referred to CAHMS, i'm just wondering what support is available to parent's and how I can further assist my child?





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    Hi.... I just wanted to offer you some words of support - my 6 year old son was diagnosed with aspergers syndrome over 2 years ago, the summer before he started school. At that time the bottom of our world fell away and i was left so worried about his future. We were awarded 15 hours a week classroom support for my son and he has now just moved up into year 2. He copes extremely well in a mainstream school and despite him finding somethings quite difficult to do e.g writing as pencil grip is weak he tries his absolute best in every way. He is funny and popular and his classmates seem to understand when he needs that little bit of time out away from the hussle and bussle. I havent received any real support but i am aware that there are some support groups out there - if you go on the national autistic website there may be a group near you. Unfortunately the one near to us closed down. Hope this has helped a little.

    I know you're probably going through the process now (albeit very slowly),but things seem to depend heavily on your local education authority alongside your primary care trust. From personal experience (I have two sons, both very different but both on the autistic spectrum), the medical side seems to assess and process your child (it is that heartless and clinical unfortunately), much faster than it takes the local education authority to pull their finger out. All I want to say to you is; write things down, meetings with God knows how many 'professionals' is not only daunting but emotionally exhausting when all you seem to be doing is dwelling on what your child can't do. That said, they have a legal obligation to EDUCATE your child and NOT sit them at their own workspace in front of a board filled with laminated symbols so as to fulfil their 'social inclusion' criterion and simultaneously prevent your child from interacting and disrupting the class. My lads are in advance of their peers in some areas but well behing in others. Things will get better but grit your teeth for many more meetings and repeating yourself ad nauseum. The NAS is brilliant for info and some American links are quite useful (the 'blame the upbringing' consensus doesn't apply so much here). I wish I could offer you more help but with cutbacks and everything, if your child presents as physically healthy, respite care and support from social services simply is not there (in Oldham where I am anyway).

    I had a small lump appear right next to my anus & I could feel & hear liquid moving around just under the skin, this then went painful. After a few days it must of popped & some clear/yellowish liquid came out & the pain / lump slowly vanished but still felt a little tender. After a few more days everything was fine but the lump was still there but smaller, I have now felt the liquid moving round again where the lump is under the skin & up to now there is no pain. Any ideas?





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    I have difficulty flushing my poo away as it floats. Is this normal?





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    I do aswell and it can be really embarressing for me,this probably doesn't help you but i hope it makes you feel better to know your not the only one. i feel better to know i am not the only one.

    i am 22, and my penis is curved towards down by about 45 degree when it is erect,making a shape of banana, but there is no pain .and i think that it is from birth .what should i do? is it going to pose difficulty during sex?





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    Mine is the same way and for me it is not diffilcult so you sould be fine during it

    It's called Peyronies and is caused by plaque. There are treatments, but the outcomes vary greatly. If the angle is that great then it could definitely interfere with intercourse and you should consult with a urologist for your options.

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    Hi, I am having difficulty getting my 9year old son to brush his teeth. 3 year ago he had 5 removed due to not brushing. I have tried everything, but nothing works. we go to the dentist regularly. Has any one got any helpful suggestions. Thanks





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    Hi I'm 27 year old and my penis looks like image 26 and 10. Penis size is ok but its like attached with foreskin, so it there any difficulty during sex or shall i go for operation.





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    You won't know until you try. If you've had no difficulty (i.e., pain or discomfort) with masturbation, chances are you won't have any difficulty with sex. If you do have difficulty, then that will provide more information which will help with assessment and suggestions of what to do next.

    i have thyroid taken thyroxien from last 9 months had miscarriage 2 months ago and i have difficulty to loose weight also





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    Hi,I'm 13 and when I get an erection I can pull back my foreskin but with some difficulty and there is a bit of skin/flesh attaching to my foreskin and just before the hole.





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    this is fine :). P.S. I asked my GP coz mine is the same.

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    i have the same problem but i had 2 operations and still don't solve the problem.. sometimes i have difficulty of speaking and breathing but its so annoying as i want this problem to be solved... i have difficulty of finding a job as the tone of my voice stops me.. is there anything it can be done?

    I have had two teeth bridges replaced many times by my local dentists each time at the cost of £1200.00 per bridge but only for the bridge to crack , break or crumble piece by piece. I am a pensioner with very limited income and I am able to meet such costs with a lot of difficulty and constraint. Could you help me to seek a more permanent and stable solution as I have difficulty chewing food without those bridges leading to digestion problems apart from the issue if unsightly dental profile and difficulty in maintaining healthy dental regime thus good health I enjoyed prior to my needing dental bridges. Help please!





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    do you have social issues like difficulty forming friendships/relationships or obtaining/keeping jobs? if you don't, then it is unlikely you have a disability. if you DO have difficulty in these areas, then you can talk to your doctor about referral to a mental health specialist who would have extensive testing for asperger's disorder or autism. the test doesn't mean anything, really - what is more important is your day to day life.

    After giving birth to my 2nd child, which was a long labour due to being induced, I had real difficulty going to the toilet for a number 2. Like mentioned in an earlier comment, I had to rock back and forth to try and get things moving and have had to press on my perenium. The thing is, it can still be like that now and my son is now 5!! I also have a lump of flesh or something inside my vagina and it can be painful sometimes during sex. I too can feel the contents of my bowel and feel as if the wall of skin is going to cave in. I am embarassed and have put off going to the doctor, hence also a smear test. After reading comments I think I should be making an appointment with the doctor....I'm just scared and embarassed!!





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    I'm 24 and I have dealing with HS since I was 20. I get them on my inner thighs and chest. It saddens me that there isn't much support out there for HS sufferers. The pain and size of the cysts/ ruptures cause me difficulty to walk weeks at a time, I have difficulty sitting and lying down. The open wounds are quite horrific and dressing them can be unbearable. It took a year to be diagnosed, I've been discharged from my dermatologist for what reason I do not know. I feel they do not know enough, more research needs to be done. Just prescribing antibiotics and ointments isn't enough. I suffer from depression as a result of this condition, it can be very difficult staying positive when you receive little help or support. It's an endless cycle.





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    ok inserting a tampon at your age can be difficult because you might be a virgin and beacuse of that your haymane either called cherry is not ripped and that can cause difficulty in inserting a tampon and maybe your viginal opening might be tight or the hole might be small that can cause difficulty too. but if you realy want to try a tampon try puttin lubricant on it might help to push and if u dont have lubricant siliva might help or you might be buyin a bigger tampon try smaller ones. but hei u dont realy have to use tampon there are pads. hope this helps

    i've had this noise for years. when I nod my head up and down it's a noise that is like banging on and old heater and the noise moving my head back and forth has a similar sound but a different pitch. is heard only when moving my head.





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    Yeah, its just a slight drop in blood pressure around your ears, do you feel kind of dizzy or see stars? Just get up more slowly and nothing should happen

    I have been bleeding for almost 3 years now. Sometimes it clears up but just when i think it is going away it comes back. I almost fainted on the toilet once as when my stool was moving inside me it hurt my insides so much and I couldn't stop it moving, it felt like i was being stabbed deep inside. There is progressively more and more blood now to the state that my stools when in the loo are covered and the water turns deep red. I have been to the doctors and only one thiing i tried worked but it didn't work for long and the effort that was required wasn't worth the results. I really just want this to go..





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    Hello my 13yr old son has these night terrors since the age of 4, experiencing different things for example the tele and room moving in and out like tunnel vision...everything going fast, waking up in different parts of house terrified the floor beneath him moving fast and spinning, hes frantic with fear crying hes going crazy. All i could do is reassure him put light on told him to wash his face in cold water n sit on his bed until he comes round. Is there a explanation for these night terrors.?





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    I used to have very similar night terrors from about 6 till I was about 15 regularly... Now I still do but it's only really when I'm ill. I found the best thing for me was when my mum would calmly and slowly (because everything feels like it's moving so fast) take me back to bed and gentle stroke my head. She'd sit there until I fell back to sleep. But the calming atmosphere helped. She did try what you do to begin with, just sitting with me trying to fully wake me up, but I was freaking out for a lot longer and found it more distressing. Does your son also get strange sensations in his hands? Like a line cutting down the centre of his hands, making things like the duvet feel strange and big? 'cause I always got this... I hope that has helped in some way, he's not alone x

    Hi, I'm a 27 year old male and had been diagnosed with prostatitis one month back. Since then I've been on antibiotics ( ofloxacin and doxycycline ) along with alpha blockers ( tamsulosin). Though the pain is gone my penis is still sore and burning sensation still exists while urinating especially if the wAter intake had been low. The stream of the urine is extremely narrow and split. There is difficulty starting the urine. And frequency of urination is still high, once every 45 minutes. Last month the colour of my semen was golden yellow but now it has improved to whitish. I intermittently experience difficulty ejaculating. There is no painful erection or ejaculation but I feel like it's blocked ejaculation. I'm really stressed by such persistence of symptoms even after a month of therapy. Is such long recovery period normal ?





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    Hello .. I'm 28 yrs old and have been suffering from prostatitis since almost 6 yrs ... All I can say is that my life have changed ..it impacted my life in every aspect ...lost my mental strength..I've tried many doctors but nothing has helped me...from my observation I say that only two things have helped so far in minimizing the pain.. drink as much water as you can ...ejaculate at least twice a week n make sure wen you ejaculate each n every single drop of semen should come out and if not then you'd end up having pain in perenium.. to b honest .there is no remedy for this disease..we got this its unfortunate n v have to live with it till v die...I feel I'm cursed :(

    Also, if you have difficulty retracting your foreskin do not force yourself.

    hi, i have difficulty going the toilet to empty my bowels, i am 18 years old and have always had difficulty with my bowel. my doctor said i have a slow digestive system. hwoever, i have to push really hard to go and even then they are tiny little balls, i cannot remember the last time i emptied my bowels properly. i have recently noticed that my bum hole doesnt open when i push to emty my bowels and i have to try and open it larger with my finger to get my poo out however they are still only small hard and circular. i am quite concerned that i need to help these out as they are so small they should just come out with little pressure. i have also noticed when i push my bum hole pushes out slightly and i am wondering wether this is normal or i should go 2 my doctor about it.please reply and help me. also is there anyting i can take to help speed my digestive system up as i continually have stomach ache due to constipation.





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    hello, i am 22 and sometimes have difficulty getting an erection, maybe 2 r 3 times a week and would just like to no weather this is normal





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    At 22 I wouldn't say this was normal, but it depends on your lifestyle. If you are drinking and smoking lots then erectile dysfunction will happen lots more, and if you add obesity to that list it increases once again. However if your fit and healthy and don’t drink or smoke to much you may want to see your local GP to see what they think. If you don’t want to see your Doc about this and prefer to do it over the internet or phone you could always see out an online Pharmacy. If you do go the online route, always make sure you buy from a registered UK pharmacy with the green pharmacy logo on their website which when clicked displays their pharmacy information. Try Medical Specialists Pharmacy they have been helping people with erectile dysfunction online for over 10 years.

    Can two cervixes result in discomfort during sex. When I go forpaptests they sometimes have difficulty finding them.





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    i have difficulty going to no 2 and often know i need to pass stools as i get severe heartburn and sometimes coughing. i think it is from the bad toxins building up.what do you think





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    If you have difficulty inserting a tampon, try asking a female friend to show you how to do it. Meanwhile, use sanitary pads.

    Hi I am in a similar situation and also have chronic fatigue (had a mitochondrial profile done and have dysfunctional mitochondria, producing low amounts of ATP ). I too felt slightly better when I cut out starchy, carby foods. However in my case this was due to also having a Candida overgrowth (natural occurring yeast in your stomach), so it might be worth your while getting tested for this. (simple blood test) The candida produces rhizoids (long root like structures) which can create microscopic holes in your intestinal tract, therefore allowing undigested food straight into your bloodstream. Also the Candida feed on starchy foods. This may be an explanation of why you are having difficulty with certain types of food.Its symptoms include severe fatigue, brain fog, difficulty concentrating and can include problems with synases. In my case also I had intolerances to wheat and dairy. Best of luck getting to the bottom of this and hope you feel better soon!

    Your husband should be seen by the head and neck team who did the operation. Pain and difficulty in swallowing are concerning symptoms

    can your gp arrange the liquid diet for you ? im 30 an around 5st overweight an causes me difficulty in caring for my wheelchair bound disabled child ??





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    Great video BUT I had difficulty in hearing what was said. Can you increse the volume on it from your side as I had everything as high as it could go and still couldn't hear





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