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Answered: Do body fluids double the size of a mattress?

No they don't. Unless you start excreting body fluids like rainfall. Even if the mattress absorbs fluid, it will not expand that much. It will only get heavier. Some mattresses, especially memory foam and latex mattresses, have open pores which allow them to soak up on fluid easily than any other ...

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Answered: HIV has been found in saliva, tears, urine and ...

Body fluids such as Vaginal secretions and semen contain the HIV virus in a person who's infected. The other body fluids you mentioned are also possible points of infection.

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PH Probe

The test for acid reflux is known as a double pH probe study . In this test, a long tube is placed into your nose; it extends down the back of your throat, into your esophagus, almost all the way to your stomach. There are two sensors for pH (acidity); one is positioned close to the bottom of ...

Lower a dogs ph

The usual problems that require the acidification of a dog's urine are kidney stones and bladder calculi -- both are excruciating conditions that require a veterinarian to intervene surgically, and I mean NOW! If you cannot afford a vet, call your local SPCA or Humane Society -- ASAP.