How to Make Yourself Pee Eliminating excess fluids and waste is a natural process we often take for granted. For most people, urinating or peeing occurs easily and regularly. However, in some cases, you might find yourself having difficulty in the bathroom, especially when you need to collect a sample of urine for a test. Here is some information on how to make yourself pee. Part 1: How to Make Yourself Pee 1.
You can also catch conjunctivitis by other bacteria, related to sexual transmitted diseases (STD’s) that can be cured with the use of antibiotics. Finally, you can contract conjunctivitis by allergy related pink eye and Antihistamines either oral or eye drops, and if you get allergy related conjunctivitis you should contact your doctor as soon as
Management: 1,2 - No treatment for cause; all management is targeted at symptom control. Drugs - Indications 2 o Young patients o Mild hyperthyroidism, small goitre o Pregnancy (low doses) o Malignant exophthalmos o Recurrent hyperthyroidism (or I131) - Types o Thionamides PTU 100-200mg 8hrly until symptoms are controlled then reduced to 50mg daily o Neomercazole 10-20mg 8hrly then 5mg daily o 40% of patients go into spontaneous remission if patient has small goitre mild hyperthyroidism and a sharp drop in TSI when started on treatment; remission is anticipated. - Complications of drug treatment: o Hypothyroidism resulting in enlarged
INTRODUCTION Research Question To what extent is genetics responsible for causing Systemic Lupus Erythematosus? Foreword Systemic Lupus Erythematosus is a chronic autoimmune disease wherein the immune system mistakes healthy cells as intruders and attacks them. These attacks could happen in various parts of the body. It is most commonly known as the ‘great imitator ‘as its signs and symptoms imitate that of other diseases. Lupus differs from each patient and symptoms oscillate from time to time.
¬ Acute asthma attack refers to a single episode while chronic asthma refers to a long-term condition. Acute episodes are triggered by type I hypersensitivity reaction to an inhaled antigen. Type I hypersensitivity begins when an individual is exposed to a specific allergen and for some reason, develops IgE antibodies from B lymphocytes, these antibodies then attach to mast cells in specific locations which ultimately creates sensitized mast cells. When the individual is re-exposed to the same allergen, the allergen attaches to the IgE antibody on the mast cell, stimulating the release of chemical mediators such as histamine. As a result of the release of the chemical mediators, there is an inflammatory reaction which involves vasodilation and increased capillary permeability at the site, resulting in swelling and redness of the
It can be caused by a number of factors such as : Gastroenteritis - this is typically acquired from food or water that has been contaminated by faeces or directly from another infected person. This causes infectious diarrhoea and the infectious agents can be bacteria, viruses or parasites. Common causative bacterial agents are Escherichia coli, Vibrio cholerae, Shigella dysenteriae and Clostridium difficile. Food allergies or food intolerance such as lactose intolerance. An adverse reaction to medication such as penicillin, antacids and laxatives.
INTRODUCTION Keratoconjunctivitis sicca commonly known as dry eye disease is defined as a multifactor disease that affect the tears and surface of the eye which yields to discomfort, disturbances in vision and unstable tear film that causes tremendous damage to the surface of the eye, followed by increment in the osmolarity of the tear film and inflammation on the ocular structures involved . Physiologically the tear film is made up of a lipid, aqueous and mucin layer. The lipid layer is produced by meibomian and other glands; aqueous layer is secreted by lacrimal gland, accessory gland, conjunctival and corneal epithelium; and mucin layer is produced by the goblet cells of the conjunctiva. These structures are the main targets for dry-eye
These drugs help in relieving sneezing, runny nose and itching. Nasal Sprays: Nasal sprays are the first choice of treatment for allergic rhinitis. You spray these drugs into your nose and they help in relieving congestion, sneezing and runny nose. It is better to take these sprays before pollen season begins for a better control over symptoms. Caution: • Like other allergies, the best treatment is to avoid the allergen.
When you’re done with the shower, PAT your face dry instead of vigorously rubbing your skin, if you pat your skin then some water will stay over, which the moisturizer will keep on your skin, which brings me to the next part, Moisturizing. Moisturizer should be applied to your face as soon as you’re done