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Answered: Online doctor How can you tell if your shunt is clogged

Hi there - I had a brain shunt fitted in 2005 and was told at the time to be aware of any severe headaches, nausea, giddiness, etc. that would indicate the shunt had clogged and stopped working. Having been cripppled up with pain when the fluid pressure was too high before the operation, I am sure ...

Answered: Why does my brain get cold after surgery when I go outside in cold

Did you have one of those lobotomies, too? Uncle Frank

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According to brainready.com their Top 5 are: 1) Wild Salmon 2) Cacao Beans 3) Matcha (stone-ground Gyokuru green tea powder) 4) Acai berries & Blueberries (tie) 5) Coffee beans In Alessandra's answer I noticed a wine in the picture and suddenly remember my Basset Certification . :)

Answered: Tummy tuck cream is it dangerous to rub on stomack ??

The bottom line is this - if you have excess, loose, hanging skin of your abdomen as a result of pregnancy or weight loss, applying a cream and a stretchy belt is not going to solve the problem. Removal of the excess skin with surgery is the only proven solution thus far.

Answered: Knee Cap dislocation after Conformis total knee replacement

As it is a joint part, so it may take a year to cure. I know it pains a lot but try to bear the pain, still if it goes worse then go according to the doctor. Else consult with some other doctor.
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