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ano po yung sterile water at qtips?

cotton buds, usually ginagamit panglinis sa tenga. kahit malinis na tubig ok na.
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nabibili po ba ang tetracycline ng walang reseta?

dyan sa Pinas pagkakaalm ko nabibili kahit walang reseta. Ginagawa ng marami dyan hinahalo sa eskinol gamot sa pimples.
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bakit po kaliwang mata ko lang ang nagkakakuliti?
ano po ang sanhi nito?

nangyayari yan di lang sa mata, pati sa ibang bahagi ng katawan natin na me buhok. ang sanhi ay dumi o alikabok sa paligid na nakakabara sa labasan ng buhok.ang labasan ng buhok at skin oil ay pareho. when blocked, it builds up inside and causes swelling and pain. :D
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bkit po may naooperahan dahil sa kuliti?

bihira lang nangyayari yun.yung mga inooperahan dahil siguro sa sobrang pamamaga at kailangan i drain. usually, surgery is last resort
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at yung kuliti ko po gumagaling naman ng kusa kaya lang inaabot ng 7-10 days...

Totoo yan..pero mas mabilis pag me antibiotic..3-4 days
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ang panonood po ba ng tv o pagbababad sa computer ay mas nakakasama para sa taong may kuliti?

hindi. ang masama sa sobrang babad sa tv at computer at di mo na magawa ang bagay na dapat mo'ng gawin. :D



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doctor ka ba bro? :)[/quote]
nars lang ako bro. katulad sa ospital...nars lagi ang nakakausap ng pasyente . :D


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The truth about colon cancer


(The Philippine Star) Updated June 22, 2010 12:00 AM


Dr. Ramon Estrada, chief of Colorectal Surgery at the MakatiMed

MANILA, Philippines - The worst thing about some types of cancers is that they are not easily detected during their earlier stages — one of these is colon cancer. MakatiMed, the country’s leading health institution, gives you a primer on the disease and what you can do to detect and prevent it.

Silent But Deadly

Colon cancer is also known as the cancer of the large intestine, which is found in the lower area of your digestive system. The condition normally begins with the growth and development of small, benign clumps of cells called adenomatous polyps, which become cancerous over time. These polyps, however, will produce little to no symptoms, making it difficult to diagnose during its initial stages.

Reviewing your family history and current lifestyle may help you determine if you are at risk of developing the condition. If your family has a history of familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP), you have an increased chance of getting colon cancer even before the age of 40. Another genetic condition called Hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal cancer (HNPCC), or Lynch syndrome, puts you at risk of developing colon cancer before the age of 50. The good news is that both conditions can be detected through genetic testing early surveillance.

Other risk factors include older age (most people stricken with color cancer are older than 50), a sedentary lifestyle, obesity, smoking, and alcohol. If you can relate to any of these risk factors, you should know that these increase your chances of developing the disease.

Signs & Symptoms

It is important to know what to watch out for, especially if your lifestyle puts you at high risk of being afflicted with the condition. Some of the signs and symptoms of colon cancer are a change in bowel habits (e.g. experiencing diarrhea, constipation or a change in the consistency of your stool for more than two weeks), rectal bleeding, and persistent abdominal discomfort (including pain, cramps, and gas).

Unexplained weight loss, fatigue, weakness, and the feeling that your bowel isn’t completely emptying are also possible signs of colon cancer.

Prevention & Treatment

Periodic screening tests for colon cancer are recommended for people over 50 — earlier if your family history puts you at a higher risk of developing the disease. However, if you are experiencing several of the symptoms already, see your doctor right away. The earlier the cancer is detected, the more curable it is. Screening tests may involve stool examinations, blood tests, colonoscopies, X-rays, and CT scans.

Treatment for colon cancer highly depends on its diagnosed stage. If your cancer is small and localized, your doctor may be able to remove it through a colonoscopy. For invasive colon cancer, a colectomy (removing the part of the colon that has the cancer) may be recommended. However, if it is already in an advanced stage, chemotherapy and radiation may be considered in addition to surgery.

MakatiMed has a well-developed gastrointestinal (digestive) cancer program offering treatment for various cancers including colon cancer, stomach cancer, bowel cancer, pancreatic cancer, esophageal cancer, rectal cancer, and liver cancer.

Dr. Ramon Estrada, chief of Colorectal Surgery at the MakatiMed, says: “Being aware of the signs and symptoms of colon cancer may just be what will save you from the illness. If you discover that your lifestyle puts you at risk of developing the disease, then it’s time to make gradual changes in the way you live. While it’s good to be informed, the other part of being responsible for your health is actually doing something about it.”

For more information, call MakatiMed’s 24/7 on-call hotline at 8888-999 or visit the website at http://www.makatimed.net.ph.


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The most intriguing health trivia


MIND YOUR BODY By Willie T. Ong, MD (The Philippine Star) Updated June 22, 2010 12:00 AM



The human body is like a machine that is full of wonder. Here is a collection of unusual health trivia — ranging from anatomy facts to medical anecdotes gathered from various sources.

• The human brain cell can hold five times as much information as the Encyclopedia Britannica.

• The average number of nerve cells (neurons) in the brain is 100 billion.

• The brain is soft and gelatinous — its consistency is something between jelly and cooked pasta.

• Though it makes up only two percent of our total body weight, the brain demands 20 percent of the body’s oxygen and calories.

• The time until unconsciousness after loss of blood supply to the brain is about eight to 10 seconds. (So don’t let anybody squeeze your neck.)

• Nerve impulses to and from the brain travel as fast as 170 miles per hour.

• The hearing range for a young adult human is 20 to 20,000 Hz. For an elderly person, hearing is less at 50 to 8,000 Hz. In contrast, a cat can hear better at 100 to 60,000 Hz, and a dolphin has the widest hearing range at 200 to 150,000 Hz.

• The auditory pain threshold is 130 Db. The threshold for hearing damage is 90 Db for an extended period of time. A rocket launching pad is equivalent to 180 Db, a jet plane to 140 Db, an automobile horn to 120 Db, a nagging wife up to 75 Db, and a soft whisper, 30 Db. Interestingly, the sound of a snore (up to 69 decibels) can be almost as loud as the noise of a drill.

• There are 9,000 taste buds on the tongue. We lose a lot of these taste buds as we get older.

• If you go blind in one eye, you’ll only lose about one-fifth of your vision, but all your depth perception.

Lungs & Heart

• A cough releases an explosive charge of air that moves at speeds up to 60 mph.

• A sneeze can exceed the speed of 100 mph.

• According to a German study, the risk of a heart attack is higher on Monday than any other day of the week. Probably because Mondays are stressful days.

• An individual blood cell takes about 60 seconds to make a complete circuit of the body.

• Every day, the average heart beats 100,000 times and pumps about 2,000 gallons of blood.

• By the time you turn 70, your heart will have beat some two-and-a-half billion times (computing on an average of 70 beats per minute). Therefore, an average person has three billion heartbeats to spare. That is why some doctors believe that drugs (called beta-blockers) that slow down the heart rate may help prolong life. Generally, unhealthy people have faster heart rates while athletic individuals have slower heart rates.

• Even properly performed, CPR delivers less than 30 percent of the heart’s normal flow of oxygenated blood to the brain.

• Fewer than five percent of cardiac arrest sufferers survive to hospital discharge. If a victim of cardiac arrest is given good CPR, gets shocked by a defibrillator within four minutes, and drugs are given within 60 minutes, the chance of survival can go up to 60 percent.

Skin & Body

• A pair of human feet contains 250,000 sweat glands. Each foot can sweat the equivalent of half a glass of water per day.

• There are about one trillion bacteria on each of your feet. That’s why feet are so smelly.

• Your teeth start growing six months before you are born.

• What’s the hardest substance in your body? It’s the enamel in your teeth.

• You use 200 muscles to take one step.

• Your big toes have two bones each while the rest have three bones.

• Every 12 years, we humans have an entirely new skeleton due to the body’s continual replacement of its bone cells.

• Your heels bear 60 percent of your body’s weight.

• There are more than a hundred different types of arthritis. You have a one in five chance of experiencing some form of rheumatic disease, such as arthritis, during your lifetime.

• 75 percent of adults do not know that antibiotics kill bacteria but not viruses.

• On the average, the chance of contracting an infection during a hospital stay is one in 15.

• Most deaths in a hospital happen between 4 p.m. and 6 pm. This is said to be the time when the human body is at its weakest.

• Tobacco smoke contains over 4,000 chemicals, including at least 50 that cause, initiate or promote cancer in humans, such as tar, ammonia, carbon monoxide, oxides of nitrogen and benzopyrene.

• Tobacco kills more people each year than all of the illegal drugs in the last century.

• There are 18 doctors in the US called Dr. Doctor, and one called Dr. Surgeon. There is also one dermatologist named Dr. Rash, a psychiatrist called Dr. Couch, and an anesthesiologist named Dr. Gass.

• What are the 10 human body parts that are only three letters long?

Answers: eye, ear, leg, arm, jaw, gum, toe, lip, hip, and rib.

•PNEUMONOULTRAMICROSCOPICSILICO VOLCANOKONIOSIS (45 letters), a lung disease caused by breathing in certain particles, is the longest word in the English language dictionary.

• Your thumb is the same length as your nose. Try it and find out if it’s true. (Just make sure no one is watching or they might think you’re crazy.)


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Magandang gabi sa mga kapwa ko manggagamot at sa mga suking pacsyente. :D

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Magandang gabi sa mga kapwa ko manggagamot at sa mga suking pacsyente. :D


good evening Doc Austin :D

ano po ba ang maaring side effect ng nauntog at nabukulan ng malaki?


good evening mga doctors at pacsyentes :D

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Magandang gabi sa mga kapwa ko manggagamot at sa mga suking pacsyente. :D


good evening Doc Austin :D

ano po ba ang maaring side effect ng nauntog at nabukulan ng malaki?


good evening mga doctors at pacsyentes :D


Magandang gabi broCV. Well, depende 'yan sa degree of traumatic injury. May cases ng injury na lumilikha ng malalaking bukol sa ulo pero minimal lang ang epekto sa utak. Meron ding grabe ang pagkauntog at nagkakaroon ng mga pasa o hematoma sa ulo at naaapektuhan na yung utak ng isang tao.

Ang pinakamainam na paraan para makita natin ang extent ng injury, o degree of traumatic head injury ay ang paggamit ng Cranial CT scan. Sa paraang ito, makikita natin kung meron mang bone fractures, brain swelling, o di kaya mga intracranial hemorrhages. Siyempre kung malakas ang pagkauntog ng ulo sa pader syempre magkakaroon talaga ng tinatawag na cerebral concussions o di kaya cerebral contusions sa mga serious head injuries. Ang pasyente ay makakaramdam ng pananakit ng ulo, nahihilo, nagsusuka (dahil sa pagtaas in intracranial pressure) o kaya'y mawawalan pa ng malay (loss of consciousness). Sa mga ganitong pagkakataon, kailangan na talagang magpatingin sa doktor para maiwasan ang epekto ng intracranial hemorrhage.

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dok sa edad po na 25, masama po ba ang madalas na pakikipagsex? i mean pag weekends, sat and sun.. nakakasampu po.. masama po ba yun? may long-term effect po ba.. kasi minsan nararamdaman ko.. bigla na lumalambot e... tanong ko lang po.

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dok sa edad po na 25, masama po ba ang madalas na pakikipagsex? i mean pag weekends, sat and sun.. nakakasampu po.. masama po ba yun? may long-term effect po ba.. kasi minsan nararamdaman ko.. bigla na lumalambot e... tanong ko lang po.


nyahahaha. let it rest sometimes. else your Cobra will weaken. weekend marathons are fine as long as you had only 3 or 4 times during the weekdays. beyond that can be considered Chronic Addiction. take it from me. :D


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dok sa edad po na 25, masama po ba ang madalas na pakikipagsex? i mean pag weekends, sat and sun.. nakakasampu po.. masama po ba yun? may long-term effect po ba.. kasi minsan nararamdaman ko.. bigla na lumalambot e... tanong ko lang po.


walang bad effects yan. iba iba ang resistensya ng mga lalaki when it comes to sex. merong isa lang ang kaya sa isang araw meron namang katulad mo. cge lang hanggat kaya mo.

yung biglang lumalambot especially kapag 3rd, 4th, 5th etc time na natural lang yon. masuerte ka nga at malakas ang resistensya mo. marami dyan kailangan pang uminom na iba't ibang supplement.

in summary, enjoy it while you're still young and capable! :toast:

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dok sa edad po na 25, masama po ba ang madalas na pakikipagsex? i mean pag weekends, sat and sun.. nakakasampu po.. masama po ba yun? may long-term effect po ba.. kasi minsan nararamdaman ko.. bigla na lumalambot e... tanong ko lang po.


walang bad effects yan. iba iba ang resistensya ng mga lalaki when it comes to sex. merong isa lang ang kaya sa isang araw meron namang katulad mo. cge lang hanggat kaya mo.

yung biglang lumalambot especially kapag 3rd, 4th, 5th etc time na natural lang yon. masuerte ka nga at malakas ang resistensya mo. marami dyan kailangan pang uminom na iba't ibang supplement.

in summary, enjoy it while you're still young and capable! :toast:


yung chick na nasa avatar mo mukhang lalaban din talaga ng pang-marathon :D


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Dok, anong brand name ang magandang gamot sa Pemphigus Vulgaris(na akala natin ay singaw)????

http://www.skinsight.com/atlas/pemphigusVulgaris.htm

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Dok, anong brand name ang magandang gamot sa Pemphigus Vulgaris(na akala natin ay singaw)????

http://www.skinsight.com/atlas/pemphigusVulgaris.htm

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Dok, anong brand name ang magandang gamot sa Pemphigus Vulgaris(na akala natin ay singaw)????

http://www.skinsight.com/atlas/pemphigusVulgaris.htm

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Akala talaga singaw lang. pero di pala..... :( Me iba pa palang sakit sa bibig na di kaya ng gamot sa singaw lang... :shock:

Ang sabi ay dapat mag-steroids...(Corticosteroids) eg. Prednisone-ano ano ang side effect nito? magiging ala-Hercules b katawan ko dito?

From merely 140lbs into 200lbs withnin 3 months????

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Desert Fox wrote:
Dok, anong brand name ang magandang gamot sa Pemphigus Vulgaris(na akala natin ay singaw)????

http://www.skinsight.com/atlas/pemphigusVulgaris.htm

Salamat Dok.


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Akala talaga singaw lang. pero di pala..... :( Me iba pa palang sakit sa bibig na di kaya ng gamot sa singaw lang... :shock:

Ang sabi ay dapat mag-steroids...(Corticosteroids) eg. Prednisone-ano ano ang side effect nito? magiging ala-Hercules b katawan ko dito?

From merely 140lbs into 200lbs withnin 3 months????

:shock:


Actually bro di singaw yan.
Ang kadalasang singaw na nararanasan natin ay mga sugat lang sa bibig
Madalas dahil sa nakagat na labi or dila, natamaan ng toothbrush or natusok ng matulis na bagay tulad ng tinik.
Di mo na kailangan ng corticosteroid.
Kailangan lang laging malinis ang bibig.
Gumamit kayo ng mouthwash.
Preferably chlorhexidine ang active ingredient.
Kung titignan mo may langib ang singaw.
Di lang katulad sa balat na laging tuyo.
Yung steroid na sinasabi mo anabolic yon, anti-inflammatory ang prednisone.

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Magandang gabi sa mga kapwa ko manggagamot at sa mga suking pacsyente. :D


good evening Doc Austin :D

ano po ba ang maaring side effect ng nauntog at nabukulan ng malaki?


good evening mga doctors at pacsyentes :D


Magandang gabi broCV. Well, depende 'yan sa degree of traumatic injury. May cases ng injury na lumilikha ng malalaking bukol sa ulo pero minimal lang ang epekto sa utak. Meron ding grabe ang pagkauntog at nagkakaroon ng mga pasa o hematoma sa ulo at naaapektuhan na yung utak ng isang tao.

Ang pinakamainam na paraan para makita natin ang extent ng injury, o degree of traumatic head injury ay ang paggamit ng Cranial CT scan. Sa paraang ito, makikita natin kung meron mang bone fractures, brain swelling, o di kaya mga intracranial hemorrhages. Siyempre kung malakas ang pagkauntog ng ulo sa pader syempre magkakaroon talaga ng tinatawag na cerebral concussions o di kaya cerebral contusions sa mga serious head injuries. Ang pasyente ay makakaramdam ng pananakit ng ulo, nahihilo, nagsusuka (dahil sa pagtaas in intracranial pressure) o kaya'y mawawalan pa ng malay (loss of consciousness). Sa mga ganitong pagkakataon, kailangan na talagang magpatingin sa doktor para maiwasan ang epekto ng intracranial hemorrhage.


lalo na sa mga batang eskwela Doc Austin, may mga kaso kami na mga ganyan nabukulan or nauntog dito sa school kaya agad namin pinapa check sa doktor ang mga ito. napakalaki ng responsibiladad lalo na sa mga batang estudiante...

maraming salamat Dok :D

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