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The color, odor and consistency of urine can be differ and can reveal what you've been eating, how much drinking and what diseases you have, so change of the color is usually something completely normal. All substances circulating in your body (including bacteria, yeast, excess protein/sugar can make their way there. It's an important part of your body's ...


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The main energy emissions (i.e. ways of affecting its surroundings) of a laptop computer are— Sound: Unless your laptop has extravagant bass speakers that can physically rattle your organs hard enough to be painful, this will have no effect. Heat: A laptop can run quite hot, and heating the testes can be used as a method of contraception, as the ideal ...


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Menstrual blood is composed of a mixture of blood (blood cells), vaginal secretions, endometrial cells and inflammatory cells. I have found no study investigating the change in colour of mentruation blood . However, the presence of endometrial cells (mucosa lining of the uterus) and necrotic cells (from the endometrium) is supposed to be highest during the ...


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It is commonly known by plastic surgeons etc that the close association of skin and bone in the shin area leads to poor healing. Anatomical studies suggest that this is caused by the comparative lack of deep perforating vessels. https://www.jprasurg.com/article/0007-1226(81)90061-8/pdf


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The anti-biotic could possibly be having an antidiuretic effect. This reduces the amount of water in urine, and so the natural yellow hue is intensified. There is a definition of an antidiuretic at Wikipedia. The key element of the body's natural ability to retain urine is Vasopressin. There are natural remedies for both urine retention and lack of urine ...


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So I didn't die during the night, but the pain did awake me with a jolt at about 5am, and I went to the Urgent Care Clinic promptly at 6am, and it's a good thing because the inflamed site had grown significantly. The Doctors were able to incise/cut out the bite site and take a syringe and suck out the venom/blister/pus that was festering underneath. They ...


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Unlikely. Tetracycline topical is generally well tolerated. Side effects reported with systemic administered tetracycline such as gastrointestinal complaints, vaginitis, hematologic abnormalities, dental, and skeletal disorders have not been reported and are unlikely to occur with topical administration. However, A faint yellowing of the skin ...


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A tongue may have this appearance due to build up of dead cells on the surface. And then it's worse after not being used as there is no friction from food removing dead cells that might be trapped between the papillae. Some tooth brushes have another side that can be used to brush the tongue to remove these cells.


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There are several possible mechanisms, probably all acting together. The brownish deposits on teeth and tongue are mostly caused by the fact that bacterial proteins are denatured when the bacterial cell membranes are destroyed by high concentrations of chlorhexidine and disulphide functions are reduced to thiol functions, which form dark-coloured complexes ...


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Normally I would vote this sort of question as seeking medical advice which we cannot provide, but I see that it is just a curiosity and not strictly looking for a medical diagnosis. Having said that This answer must not be seen as medical advice. If you feel there could be a medical reason for it, I suggest you seek the advice of a doctor(See Below) ...


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There are a few aspects that need to be addressed. 1) Diet & Oral habits: Often, drinks with natural or artificial coloring will stain the surface of the enamel and any tartar (calcified plaque) that rests on your tooth. Some oral products (ex: smoking) and medication (ex: some mouthrinces and some antibiotics) are also known to cause discoloration. ...


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If the picture above describes your question, then the condition is called leukonychia. Skin diseases such as psoriasis and vitiligo can cause white spots on your nails. The skin around your nails also whitens in response to vitiligo; your nails might be deformed and pitted in the case of psoriasis. Chronic kidney or liver disease can also manifest itself ...


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Cyanosis occurs when the concentration of deoxyhaemoglobin is high (greater than 5g/dL), because deoxyhaemoglobin absorbs differing wavelengths of light than oxyhaemoglobin and looks bluer. Central cyanosis occurs when there is high deoxyhaemoglobin levels in the arterial blood, caused by: Shunt of deoxygenated blood into the systemic arteries Impaired ...


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There are many possibilities here, but my first thought upon seeing the pictures and reading that it occurred after you increased your alcohol consumption was rosacea. It can be triggered by alcohol consumption. Certain foods can trigger it as well. You'll want to google "rosacea" and "rosacea triggers" because there's much more info out there than I can ...


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Bottom row, second from the front, right at the gum line. See the darkened wedge-shaped area on the right edge of the tooth in the enlargement below? That is exactly what it looks like: a hole in the enamel of the tooth. That is what a cavity is and it's what it looks like on x-ray.


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When taken orally tetracycline can cause discolouration in developing teeth and should be avoided - when possible - in young children. Systemic tetracycline will have no effects on the colour of fully erupted teeth. So not something an adult needs to worry about ! "Discolouration of the teeth occurs in a high proportion of children undergoing antibiotic ...


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