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 I know I should go to the Doctor, but right now finances are low, can someone help me?
I have had a bad pain in my neck for about 5 years now. I am only 18, and can't figure out why I have this pain/ Im too young for this! lol
But, I have a terrible pain in my neck and ...


 Theres something on my leg?
on my leg there's like a white bubble on my knee and around it is red what is it?...


 What home remedies can cure my sore throat?
i woke up this morning and my throat was killing me! its only on the right side though, and everytime i shallow, it kills even more and my right ear begins to hurt as well. i dont think its strep ...


 I have a splitting headache, the chills, and I just vomited. What's wrong with me?
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 Can a doctor refuse to prescribe medication that ive been taken for 6 months?
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 Does getting your tongue pierced hurt?
does it hurt when you get your tongue pierced?...


 Help I'm in pain?
ive really hurt my foot ive been to the hospital and they told me its not broken fair enough but does anyone know anything i can do to get rid of pain
my foot is badly bruised and swolen any ...


 I'm going to have my wisdom tooth pulled....?
I've never had any type of surgery done in my life and i'm not a fan of pain at all. How much does this really hurt. I go to the oral surgeon Friday....and sorta scared. I know they numb ...


 Who are you Secretly in Love With................?
Get it out in to the Open....
Additional Details
to the last answerer.. its not "get a life" sweetheart, i love a bit of romance.. ...


 Why is my face swollen?
I just woke up today and my face hurts and my eyes are kinda shut!!!...



Moms' Stress Leads to Miscarriage
According to a study conducted in Guatemala, women who experience stress in the first weeks of the pregnancy have an increased risk for a miscarriage. Previous studies on this topic failed to provide valuable results because they looked at women at least six weeks from their menstrual period and miscarriages usually occur in the first three weeks of the pregnancy. The study looked at 61 women over a one year period, collecting urine samples three times a day. From these women, only 22 managed to get pregnant. Out of the 22 pregnancies which presented a high level of stress hormone in the urine samples, 12 resulted in a miscarriage. Women with a high level of cortisol, a hormone linked to stress, are 2.7 times more likely to suffer a miscarriage. Pablo Nepomnaschy, from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences of the National Institutes of Health in Research Triangle Park, suggested that a woman should try to provide herself with a good environment, to minimize the stress level. Dr. Mary Stephenson, obstetrician-gynecologist at the University of Chicago, said about the other studies which looked at the link between cortisol and pregnancy: "The results have been conflicting. There are some studies in animals that suggest that stress increased the risk of miscarriage. And doctors have long suspected that stress does the same in people." About 15% of pregnancies occur with a miscarriage", said Stephenson, but "when you count the ones that occur before six weeks, up to half of pregnancies end in miscarriage." As for a recommendation from behalf of the doctor, she advices future mothers: "I recommend that before they get pregnant, they take a serious look at their lifestyle."

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