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Dental treatment - sore throat, stomach pain, headache, head in new ways and useful

Headache, Sore throat and Upset stomach: Common Ear ache, Headache and Sore throat: Common Related Having toothache, ear pain, sinus, headache and sorWhat are OTC medications for sore throat, headache
Toothache Causes, Symptoms, Treatment - Toothache

Toothaches: Causes, Treatments, and Prevention - Health 
Toothache Toothache is the pain that occurs to one or more teeth or around them. A toothache is generally the result of dental caries or sometimes an infection. Caries are often caused by poor mouth hygiene, although the tendency to have caries is partly hereditary. Sometimes, the pain that feels in the tooth is actually due to pain in other parts of the body. This happens when the pain radiates. For example, ear damage can cause pain in the teeth.
CAUSES: The most common are:
Tooth abscess; Earache; Jaws or mouth injuries; Heart attack; Sinusitis; Caries. DIAGNOSIS: The dentist will examine the mouth. Physical examination can include examining teeth, gums, tongue, throat, ears, nose and…

Leukemia-Leucopenia-Lumbago (witch shot)

Leukemia Leukemia is the term used to describf the blood cells. There are two main types of leukemia, acute and chronic, depending on whether tha nuey develop rapidly or more slowly. It is one of the most common tumor forms among adults and the most common among children worldwide. Men are most affected by women in acute form, while chronic affects more or less the same way.
Causes: Leukemia affects white blood cells, which are part of the body's immune system. Depending on the type of white blood cells affected, acute leukemia is called lymphoblastic (ALL) or acute myeloid leukemia (AML). Chronic leukemia is called chronic lymphocytic (LLC) or chronic myeloid (LMC). In acute leukemia, immature white blood cells accumulate in the body and can disrupt the function of many tissues and organs. In chronic cells, cells are abnormal and do not work as they should. The risk of developing acute leukemia has increased in the following cases:
Radiation exposure; Smoking exposure; Previous …

Female infertility-Male infertility-Influenza-Pituitary Infarction

art of the brain. It is also called cerebral infarction. There are several types:
Arterial malformation; Ictus haemorrhagic
A stroke is a break in blood supply to any pcked; Secondary carotid dissection Ictus; Secondary carotid stenosis secondary; Secondary Ictus for cocaine consumption; Secondary Ictus for foot-and-mouth disease (fibromuscular dysplasia); Secondary syphilis Ictus. Causes: A stroke may occur when the following conditions are met:

Herpes labial-Congenital herpes-Hantavirus

Hantavirus Hantavirus is a chronic disease spreading to humans by rodents that has flu-like symptoms.
Causes: Hantavirus is carried by rodents, especially deer mice. The virus is found in urine and stools but does not cause symptoms to the diseased animal. Human beings are believed to be ill with this virus if they come into contact with contaminated dust from mice or nests, particularly when cleaning houses, halls or other closed environments that have been empty for a long time.

Ectopic pregnancy-Goiter-Gonorrhea-Gastritis

Gastritis Gastritis is an inflammation (swelling) of the stomach lining.
Causes: There are many causes that lead to gastritis. The most common are:
Alcohol Abuse; Erosion (loss) of the protective layer of the stomach lining; Stomach infection with Helicobacter pylori bacteria; Medicinal products (such as aspirin or anti-inflammatory drugs); Smoke. Other less common causes are:

Pharyngitis-Cranial fracture-photophobia

Pulmonary fibrosis Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis affects scars or thickening of the lungs without a known cause.
Causes: Nobody knows what causes pulmonary fibrosis or why some people get ill. It causes scarring and stiffening in the lungs. This stiffening makes it increasingly difficult to breathe. In some people the disease worsens rapidly (over the course of months or years), in others the worsening is very slow. The condition is believed to be the result of an inflammatory response to an unknown substance. "Idiopathic" means no cause can be found. Disease occurs more often in people between 50 and 70 years of age.