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 Has anyone's LIPS been sunburnt?
what did you do for the pain?...


 What is the best thing to put on a severe sunburn?
I`m cooked and in pain for the 3rd day now. HELP!!!!...


 Can you bite your own toe nails?
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 Blister???
My husband was digging a ditch today in our yard and he has a huge blister. Is there anything that he can do about it....


 Do you smoke? What do you smoke and what kind? How often?
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 How do you treat a severe diaper rash?
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 What am i suppose to do ? i got bitten by a dog but it isnt deep should i get tetnus shot ?

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umm he dog isnt stray ..the dog has got rabies shot so wut am i suppose to do ?...


 Why can't I stop sleeping? I'm sleeping so much I'm starting to feel dead. How do I stay awake & active?
I broke my foot about 2 months ago & the doctor ordered me to stay in bed. Now my foot is much better but I am sleeping to the point where I literally can't function. What the heck is wrong ...


 What will happen if you drink to much gatorade?
Um ya....wut happens? cuz i love my ...


 Can I remove my stitches?
I got stitches a week ago today. There was some pusing and oozing a couple days ago but it's stopped now. I'm on antibiotics, and it looks like the new skin is starting to grow over the ...


 Please give me any advice you can?
i have been throwing up so bad and cant stop i have thick mucus in the back of my throat what can i do???...


 Help me!!!! I've been stabbed!?
By a pencil accidentally. I accidentally jammed my palm into a pencil tip. please give advise
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pencils are graphite not lead. ...


 What should a practitioner use to clean a minor cut?
formalin?
cresol?
isopropyl alcohol?
sodium hypoclorite?
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 What was your most 'memorable' trip to the Emergency Room?
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 My friend just got stung by a wasp on his finger, it is swollen any recommendations on what he can do?
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 Daughter cut her hand, it has dirt in it?
My 22 month old daughter cut her hand last night while playing outside. It isn't a terrible cut, but it is on her palm. It has dirt in it, but she wouldn't let us clean it out. And, to make ...


 Can your palms get sunburned?
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 I have a sunburn on my back it is really hard to sleep cause it hurts so much?
it is 3 am and nothing is open to go buy any sprays or creams anyone got an idea how to realeve it?
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ha ha ha wish i could not sleep on my back if it was that easy i ...


 What is the best way to remember something you read?
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 I burn my self?
not bad just my thumb on a candle but it hurts ive been putting ice on it for one hour.what do i do? it hurts
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i kept it there for three seconds not ...



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How do you get a "bubble" out of your ear?
I've had this so to speak "bubble" in my ear for about 3 days. I have tried a few things. If you have ANY idea how to get rid of it please share! It makes it very hard for me to hear things sometimes with "bubble" in my ear. I haven't been on a plane or swimming so I don't know how I could have gotten it. PLEASE HELP!
                     




ryee40007
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you probably got it while bathing. If it was caused by water, we used to put rubbing alcohol in our ears let it run in and then tilt our heads quickly to drain it out. If you don't feel comfortable with alcohol you can do the same thing with water


God save Islam from Terrorists.
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just sleep on the side of the ear u hve problme it should go wid in an hour........if u feeling any kind of whisling also.......then drink some good quality of milk mixed with water.......the last thing it could b is that its an air buble put any ear drop in ur ear and keep lying untill u feel your ear has absorbed all liquid (put some large quantity) if still the problem exists go to the doctor may b he need to clean ur ear....it wil take 15 mints and u will b fine. Good Luck


Holly Golightly
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You probably got it from the shower. Put a few drops of water in your ear to break the tension. You can also try blowdrying it. The difference in temperature can cause elasticity of water to break as well.


A soldiers wife
a blow dryer, thats what i do after i go swiming


alex l
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had this many times first to ease the pain use a hair blow dryer and blow warm or hot air in your ear . that is straight from the doctors book of home remedies. next or before whatever put a couple of drops of baby oil in your ear. if there is wax in there that will make it soft . just baby oil for a few days and use the hair dryer to make it feel better.
you may also take a decongestant i suggest one that treats allergies as well just in case. just tell the pharmacist all the meds you take and your basic medical history first but it extremely rare not to be able to take a decongestant allergy med.
i could be a doctor when it comes to this as for some reason i have had this in my left ear many many times i checked all of this out with the doctors. oh at the pharmacy they sell some ear drops that are of the same brand as some cream for cuts i cant remember the name ask for them they help with the infection and they are very safe too . the druggist will know what ones i am talking about yellow box often in first aid section.


quijibored
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Since you have not been swimming this is a possible sign of allergies or a potential inner ear infection. If it doesn't clear up in a few days then you need to see an ear, nose and throat Dr for an evaluation. I had the same thing going on last weekend and it almost drove me nuts. Turned out I was having an allergic reaction to some strawberries I had eaten and the inner ear fluid passed after two days. You might try taking a Sudafed and see if that helps if you are not sensitive to this drug and don't have high blood pressure. Also might try taking an antihistamine like Benadryl or Claritin. Don't take both drugs at the same time. good luck


Beagle B
I think you should see doctor. This could be the first sign of ear infection in which case medicine should be prescribed. Shower would also put water in your ear even if you have not been swimming. Also Wearing headphones for just an hour will increase the bacteria in your ear by 700 times.


lkrn
sometimes due to congestion in the nose than backs up into the ear. Try holding your nose & swallowing hard. this using works to pop open the ear for a while.


minniemix
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See a Doctor, they can help by seeing the problem within the inner ear, and maybe using whats known as a band-aid, stethoscope-thermometer syringe, that can help and clear the inner ear....


farplaces
It would seem you have a build of ear wax and have entrapped water beyond it, possibly as a result of bathing or swimming.

With an eyedropper, put several drops of "warm" (not hot) hydrogen peroxide in the affected ear. You will love the snap crackle and pop. After that, lay your head on it's side with the affected ear up for a few minutes. After that, reverse your head and allow the peroxide to run out onto a towel or paper.

Note also the colour of the discharge. If it is yelowish or brownish, some of the wax has been removed. If there is any sign of blood you must see an ear specialist right away.

Do not use over-the-counter ear wax removal kits without the advice of a doctor as they often can create a worse situation. Do not use q-tips for cleaning inside the ear canal.

Meanwhile, whether the hydrogen peroxide resolved or did not resolve the situation, you still should see an ear specialist and have the ear canal cleaned professionally. If that ear wax becomes real hard it can be very painful and difficult even for an ear specialist to remove.

Do not use hydrogen peroxide often...use just for an emergency situation as a temporary fix until you have professional help a short time after.


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