Fluctuating Hearing Loss Accompanied by Dizziness and Nausea? You may Smell Trouble

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Generally when people suffer from some hearing related disease, the common symptoms accompanying a perceptible loss of hearing are dizziness, buzzing, ringing, or nausea. Many times, the nagging symptoms are ignored, especially if the affected individuals are aged. Although older people are expected to suffer hearing loss, the other accompanying symptoms cannot be overlooked as they could indicate more serious problems.

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Severe Pain in the Belly Right after Meals? There Could be a Stone in Your Gall Bladder

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Although an acute pain in the belly can indicate many different problems, the pain caused by gallstones has a nature of its own. The pain in the gallbladder can be of two broad types: acute or chronic.

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Signs and Symptoms of Hernia in your Child

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Two types of hernia commonly found in children are Inguinal hernia and Umbilical hernia. Most medical literature indicates that in many cases, inguinal hernias affecting a child do not show any obvious symptoms. However, you as the parent of a child should be alert if you see your child straining to cry or cough, straining during bowel movements, or displaying a visible bulge in the tummy or belly button region when standing upright.

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Laparoscopic Gallbladder Removal Surgery: Can you live without a Gall Bladder?

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This article attempts to demystify some misconceptions that most people have regarding gallbladder surgery. Though most people think that life after gallbladder removal must include a strict fat-free diet, the reality is that people should and must continue to consume fat in moderate amounts even after losing the gallbladder. Fat is generally processed by the bile, which is created in the liver, so after gallbladder removal patients can safely eat fat. However, what people have to understand is that after gallbladder removal, the body does not have any place to store the bile, so the diet has to be suitably adjusted keeping that anatomical deficiency in mind. After gallbladder-removal surgery, the patients still require cholesterol to produce the bile to aid digestion of fat.

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Maintain the Right Diet and Body Weight to avoid a Stone in the Gall Bladder

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The low-profile, pear-shaped organ performs a critical function in the human metabolic system it collects and stores bile to aid in the digestion of fatty foods. Interestingly, most people do not pay attention to or even realize they have gall bladder problems till the symptoms begin to surface. The gallstones, depending on their size and quantity, can make their presence felt through the common symptoms as stomach pain, feelings of nausea and bloating, or vomiting. When symptoms become that apparent, it is time to remove the gall bladder! However, if your gall bladder problems are less severe and hardly perceptible, watching your daily diet and body weight can immensely help in aggravating the problems.

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How is the use of Mesh Helpful During a Hernia Surgery?

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In the pre-Laparoscopic Age, a Hernia repair surgery always left a strong possibility of post-operative infections and related complications. With the recent advancements in Hernia repair surgery, the use of a plastic or fabric mesh in both Open and Laparoscopic Hernia surgery has somewhat reduced that possibility.

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The Major Differences between a Laparoscopic (keyhole) and Open cut Surgery

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Although both open and laparoscopic (keyhole) surgery procedures have been around for years now, many uninformed individuals may still remain doubtful about the relative merits of laparoscopic or open surgery procedures. This post aims to clarify such doubts.

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Music is Increasing Risk of Hearing Loss in Teenager

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Every time you hear loud music you are increasing the risk of damaging your hearing. Repeated exposure to loud music can permanently damage the inner ear and can cause permanent hearing loss.

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What to Consider before Undergoing Laparoscopic Surgery

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A Laparoscopic surgery is normally defined as a “minimal access surgery,” indicating the tiny surgical incisions to gain access to the physical area of surgery.

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5 Risk Factors of Gallstones and How to avoid them

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Gallstones, which are solid particles growing in the gall bladder, can be of two types—stones formed from excessive cholesterol deposits in the bile, or pigment stones formed by too much bilirubin in the bile. Globally, gallbladder diseases are quite high! Moreover, a significant portion of this affected population happens to be the Native Americans or Mexican Americans. Gallstones vary in sizes, but they can seriously impair the metabolic system if not prevented at an early stage of development. Gallbladder stones are treated with the latest treatment procedures in facilities like Neoalta Clinic.

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XYZ has been Detected with Hernia, what is Next? A beginners Guide

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A hernia condition is generally accompanied by a certain part of an internal organ protruding through a weak opening in another part of the body. Among the many types of hernias, the most commonly occurring type makes intestine stick out through a weakness in the wall of the abdomen.

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Symptoms Hinting the Presence of a Stone in your Gallbladder

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Gallbladder stones, which are solid deposits growing inside the gallbladder, can form either due to high amounts of cholesterol in the bile, or due to the presence of excess bilirubin in the bile, a condition also known as “jaundice.”

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Anal Rectal Abscess: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

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Anal abscess forms in the anus or rectum when a cavity in the anal area gets filled with pus. This condition can cause severe pain, fatigue, fluid discharge, chill, and fever. In certain cases, the anal abscess can turn into a highly painful anal fistula. Fistulas generally happen when the abscess tears open on the skin surface. If an anal abscess does not heal by itself, then immediate surgical drainage of the abscess will be required.

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Antibiotics or Surgery, what’s Right for Appendicitis?

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The appendix is the small, pouch-like organ at one end of the large intestine, which does not perform any important task in the human body. However, this small pouch can cause immense pain, nausea, and fever if it gets infected. This painful, infected appendix condition is known as appendicitis.

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How Should You Handle a Sudden Hearing Loss?

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Sudden deafness or Sudden Sensorineural Hearing Loss or SSHL is unexplained rapid loss of hearing usually in one ear (but both the ears may be affected) over a period of few days. A patient suffering from SSHL should consult an ENT specialist as quickly as possible to diagnose and start the treatment.

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What is Colonoscopy and Why should you get Screened?

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In Colonoscopy test, a doctor passes a thin tube (endoscope / colonoscope) to examine the inner lining of large intestine, which consists of the colon and the rectum.

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What type of Abdominal Pain is a Symptom of Hernia?

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Hernias are fairly common, affecting both adults and children. A hernia is caused when any part of an internal organ,typically the stomach or the intestines, pushes through a weak point in its surrounding tissue or walls and protrudes. Hernias occur in the area between the chest and hips– the abdomen, groin, and upper thigh. Abdominal pain along with lump is one of the common symptom of hernia.

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Vertigo: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

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Often in our daily life, you would have experience the spinning movement of environment due to dizzy spells. When you get the feeling that the whole of you is moving then it is regarded as subjective vertigo whereas the sensation in which the whole surrounding seems to be moving then it is termed as objective vertigo. If you are suffering from vertigo you may feel that the whole world is spinning in front of you.

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5 Quick steps to Handle a Sudden Sinus Pain

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Sinus pain arising from a sinus infection is a common condition afflicting many. Sinuses are cavities usually filled with air located around forehead, eyes and cheeks and they normally produce mucus that is drained via the nasal passage. Sinus pain develops when the nearby tissues in sinuses become swollen, causing a blockage and filling the sinuses with fluids.

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Diet and Colorectal Cancer

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The role of right diet and nutrition cannot be ignored in day to day life and when a person is suffering from colorectal cancer than its role become more important. While you are undergoing treatment for colorectal cancer treatment you need to gain more nutrients through the food rather than supplements you consume.

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