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Recent Answers

2016-09-27 Ophthalmology & Optometry - eyes pain:

Hi Manish,  it sounds like your eyes are simply dry, so stay hydrated and use lubricating eye drops. adequate sleep and minimizing caffeine, tea etc can help. the drops are sold in the US over the counter

2016-09-27 Ophthalmology & Optometry - eyes pain:

Manish,    Thank you for your question. As a rule anytime you have pain in your eyes it is best to have a doctor take a look at it. Why do you believe the pain is connected to your cell phone usage?  

2016-09-26 Dentistry - Crown Moulding:

if i understand what you are asking, is it better to have a crown made before or after having braces. the answer is the degree of need of the crown. if it is necessary, then get it done now and then have

2016-09-26 Urology - stone still in ureter but no pain:

Lee    Stones only cause pain during an acute obstruction. When pressure has had time to equalize and no further stretching occurs, the pain stops.  Over time, the ureter stretches until a little urine

2016-09-26 Gastroenterology - grainy stools:

Dear, Victoria!    Brown, sand-like stool may be related to some foods. The stool like coffee grounds may be the symptom of the stomach ulcer.   My advice relax, see what you eat, continue watching your

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