When most people think of allergies, they think of symptoms like a runny nose, itchy eyes, and sneezing. While many patients with allergies to mold, pollen, dander, and other common allergens do experience these symptoms, they're not the only symptoms allergies can cause. If you're suffering from any of following symptoms, you should consider the possibility that they're being caused by your allergies.
There's a bit of a misconception that if a runny nose and sneezing is accompanied by nausea, it must be caused by a flu, not allergies.
While most women hope to go into labor on their own, this isn't always the case. Oftentimes women need to be induced in order to protect their health and the health of their unborn child. This article will discuss three reasons why your OBGYN may want to induce you.
Pre-eclampsia is high blood pressure in a pregnant woman that can cause the blood vessels in multiple organs to clamp down and constrict blood flow.
If you are currently battling a drug or alcohol addiction, you probably want to make positive changes in your life as soon as possible. This means that you might need the assistance of an outside party to help, but you could be unsure of which type of treatment is right for you. There are both outpatient and inpatient options out there for you to consider, but many people find that they are more successful at healing from their drug and alcohol addictions by choosing inpatient treatment.
When a hip or a knee fails you, you may feel like you will be in surgery and rehab until the end of time. Fortunately, there are several newer advances in hip and knee surgeries that can help you get back on your feet and/or stay on your feet. While your situation is rather common for most older adults, you have more choices than your parents did when they had hip or knee replacement surgery over a few decades ago.
Ultrasounds are non-invasive diagnostic procedures that are used every day in hospitals, and the sonograms--or digital images--they produce are invaluable in helping doctors determine the next step to take when dealing with a patient. When most people hear the words "ultrasound" or "sonogram" (the two are often used interchangeably) they think almost exclusively of tests ordered for pregnant women so that new mothers can see how their child is developing in the womb.