What are Symptoms of HAT
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- I am due for a scan. What is the most appropriate hat to wear?
- Q: I am having a scan in hospital next week, to determine the cause of some rather distressing symptoms. What is the best hat to wear to such an occasion?
- A: I would suggest an old style deep sea divers helmet. One has to be extremely carefull when mixing with commoners, and you are taking your life in your hands when surrounded by pathetic, sick dying ones. I think the helmet with your own oxygen supply is the only safe way to go.
- What are the symptoms of poor blood circulation?
- Q: Lately, I’ve been experiencing a headache that I’ve never had before. The top Of my head gets very cold to the point that I have to wear a hat most times to keep it warm.Also, my feet tingle and the bottom portion of my legs tingle too and become numb. I have been to the doctors and been tested for diabetes which I do not have. I’ve also had an MRI and they don’t find anything (Thank God for that) but the fact remains they don’t seem to see anything.I went to a kidney doctor because my creatinine level was up to 1.7. Is has come down to 1.3 and I’m on blood pressure medication to help keep my pressure down. But the doctor said something that was interesting to me. He said that my kidney was operating 75% and it could be that it (kidney) was not getting the circulation it needed. I asked him could that be the cause of my headaches/ numbness and tingling in legs and feet? He said no but I disagree; I think they are somehow related.I have since started drinking cayenne pepper and water to help with my circulation but can anyone give me other remedies that would be conducive to my problem because the doctors don’t seem to know (or care) what’s going on.
- A: Hi Smoothladyb. I am a retired Chiropractor so I will suggest a good Chiropractic evaluation, but I would like to make a couple of additional comments.Your condition is very unusual, which makes it very challenging for any doctor to ‘sort out’. However, just because your symptoms are unusual it does not mean they are not real!Years of experience (meaning my many screw-ups that turned into learning experiences) have taught me that when the patient has a strong sense about the cause of their condition it often ‘pays off’ to listen to their insights. So, if you truly feel like you are dealing with a circulation problem, continue to push your doctors to evaluate that.Your hypertension and kidney issues clearly indicate that you have problems with your vascular endothelium (the lining inside your arteries). It doesn’t sound like your doctors are addressing this underlying problem, but rather, are merely treating the sign of the problem – the hypertension. It may be a good idea to find a doc that is more focused on treating CAUSE rather than signs and symptoms. A good Naturopathic Physician, Chiropractor, or Medical Doctor interested in ‘Functional Medicine’ may be able to help you. You can find a list of Functional Medicine docs on the website for “The Institute of Functional Medicine” (just do a web search of that name to find their website).An excellent book on Hypertension and related cardiovascular issues just came out called: “The High Blood Pressure Hoax”. It is written by Sherry Rogers, M.D. and covers a large variety of underyling causes of hypertension and damage to your endothelium (issues that most medical doctors don’t care enough about to educate themselves on).The last time I checked, this new book was not yet available at Amazon.com, but it may now be there. If not, you can order directly from the publisher at 1-800-846-6687. I highly recommend this book for someone like you who clearly has the intelligence and motivation to do a little ‘real’ learning about your health.Another book on hypertension that I might suggest for you is by Mark Houston, M.D., professor of cardiology at Vanderbilt Medical School. The book is called: “What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Hypertension”. This book is available at Amazon.com for only $10.17. I have heard Dr. Houston lecture at professional educational semiars and his info. is cutting edge ‘medicine’.I hope this long discourse has been helpful to you. Best wishes and good luck.
- what symptoms should i have if im pregnant?
- Q: I am now 6 dpo. And my period isnt due for 8 more days, but i was wondering what symptoms should i have right now if ive conceived? Im really irritable and the last 2 days or so i have lots of little twinges and small sharp pains t hat are more anoyying then painful really. But its not like period cramping, its different. Also i have white cm discharge thats kinda sticky but not stretchy. the 2ww is going to kill me.
- A: Hey, well every women is different. I’ll give you a list of all the usual early symptoms too give you an idea.The onset and degree of pregnancy symptoms will vary within women. Many women experience them within days of conception, others take a few weeks before pregnancy symptoms kick in and a lucky few feel no discomfort at all. The early pregnancy symptoms listed here generally can be felt once implantation occurs (8 – 10 days from ovulation) and will lessen after the first trimester.It is frustrating to realize that many pregnancy symptoms are very similar to those that occur right before menstruating. However, combined with high temperatures and a longer luteal phase – they are key indications that you are pregnant!Nausea and Vomiting * Nausea and vomiting may come as early as a week into the pregnancy. Many women experience illness in the morning (morning sickness), some in the afternoon or evening, others feel nausea throughout the entire day. There is no explanation as to why pregnant women feel this or even a solution as to how to prevent it – however, eating small frequent meals, and snacking on saltine crackers seems to give some kind of relief. Eating a protein/carbo-hydrate at bedtime (try an apple and a glass of milk) tends to lessen the nausea that occurs in the morning. Breast Tenderness * Breasts may be very tender, swollen and start to enlarge. Many times the veins within the breast will become more visible. Your nipples may start to darken in color, become more erect and be extremely sensitive. These symptoms are due to increasing amount of HCG hormone that begins at implantation.Frequent Urination * Pregnancy causes the uterus to swell and it will start to enlarge for the growing fetus immediately. The uterus puts pressure on your bladder making you feel the need for more frequent urination. Many women start to feel this symptom within a week or two after pregnancy has occurred.Feeling Tired / Sluggish * This one is pretty obvious. When pregnant your body is going through some major hormonal changes. HCG levels alone go from 0 – 250,000 mIU/ml in just twelve weeks. Your temperature is also higher due to the amount progesterone circulating through your body which will also make you feel a little sluggish.Missed Period / Light Bleeding * Light bleeding (spotting) may occur approximately 8 – 10 days from ovulation. It usually happens around the same time you would have gotten your menstrual period. Some women assume they have started their period when in fact they are pregnant. The spotting is caused from implantation which is when the fertilized egg burrows into the endometrial lining. Dizziness and/or Fainting * When standing in one place you may feel dizzy or even faint. The growing uterus compresses major arteries in your legs which causes your blood pressure to drop making you extremely light headed. Skipping meals or going too long without eating may cause you to feel dizzy or faint. When not eating frequently enough it causes low blood sugar. Blood sugar is the primary source of food for your baby so it will be depleted much more quickly.Constipation * Pregnancy hormones will slow down bowel functions to give maximum absorption time of vitamins and nutrients. Unfortunately, this symptom usually only gets worse as the pregnancy progresses. Irritability * Raging hormones are the cause of this…along with having to put up with all the other symptoms. This symptom should decrease soon into the second trimester but until then, a healthy diet, moderate exercise and plenty of sleep should help the crabbiness somewhat. Heartburn * The uterus is very swollen and starts to push upward as it grows. The increasing levels of HCG will also slow down digestion making your stomach not empty as fast which increases the stomach acid.GOOD LUCK!! hope you get your BFP