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It's either she's jealous or she's excited about your story that she can't control her emotions and tell people about it.  She probably did not mean to hurt you. Either way, it's your life's lesson to be careful in trusting people about your most personal secret.  Because how you value these secrets is different from how others … Read more
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If you are talking about Celiac Disease, some of the symptoms are:
1.  Frothy, pale, bulky foul-smelling, greasy stool
2.  Chronic diarrhea
3.  Failure to thive
4.  Distended abdomen
5.  Muscle wasting
6.  Abdominal pain
7.  Irritability
8.  Vomiting
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These are all related rheumatoid conditions, with very similar symptoms. The butterfly rash, though, is specific to systemic lupus erythematosus.  (It used to be known as the pathognomonic sign for SLE, but not anymore. ) You probably have SLE, as a major disorder. But I think it would be prudent to consult your primary health provider … Read more
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Tylenol is acetaminophen. Advil is ibuprofen.
Acetaminophen is indicated for pain & fever. Ibuprofen is indicated for osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, pain, dysmenorrhea & fever.
Acetaminophen is analgesic & antipyretic but not anti-inflammatory. Ibuprofen is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID).
Joint pains are usually due to inflammation.  So, ibuprofen (Advil) is better.
Some communities in my location are using pure coconut for their hair. Some still have lice.   The manufactured coconut shampoo & conditioners probably have ingredients that are used to get rid of lice. So it's not the coconut but the added chemicals that are effective.
Caffeine causes activation of our sympathetic nervous system, just like epinephrine & similar chemicals. Caffeine causes our blood vessels to constrict, blood pressure to increase and our heart to beat faster. This results to increase in cardiac output. Increase in cardiac output results to increasing renal filtration, which results to increase in urine output, and … Read more
If there are infections at the distal portion of your thigh, the lymph nodes in your thigh will swell.  This means that your lymphatic system is healthy, and your body is adequately fighting an infection.