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I’ve been a somewhat ‘regular’ user of Marijuana for the past 6 years or so. I will typically smoke once a day in the evening. I have a regular exercise routine and am in what most would consider to be ‘fit’. I ran a half marathon and a 10 mile race last year with no feelings of decreased breath capacity. My question is what sort of effects could/should I expect if I continue to indulge as I have been (regular smoking/once a day)? I’ve read up on many of the effects cigarette smoking causes but most of those studies seem to be about people who smoke multiple cigarettes in one day and have been doing it for years (sometimes decades). What sort of risk am I assuming by taking 2-3 puffs per day?

Marijuana is the most commonly abused drug in the United States with estimates that 40-50% of Americans having tried marijuana at least once in their life. THC is the active ingredient in marijuana which reacts with cannabinoid receptors in the brain giving the user the typical “high.”

You are correct in that regular smoking of . . . → Read More: I’ve been a somewhat ‘regular’ user of Marijuana for the past 6 years or so. I will typically smoke once a day in the evening. I have a regular exercise routine and am in what most would consider to be ‘fit’. I ran a half marathon and a 10 mile race last year with no feelings of decreased breath capacity. My question is what sort of effects could/should I expect if I continue to indulge as I have been (regular smoking/once a day)? I’ve read up on many of the effects cigarette smoking causes but most of those studies seem to be about people who smoke multiple cigarettes in one day and have been doing it for years (sometimes decades). What sort of risk am I assuming by taking 2-3 puffs per day?

As I have aged, I have developed an ongoing problem with skin problems on my foreskin. I have a recurring condition that seems to cause it to split and become sore and then ultimately to heal. I’ve used Methasiazone cream, and vaginal yeast creams etc. Any suggestions?

The condition you are describing is consistent with balanitis which is an inflammation of the penile foreskin secondary to smegma formation and yeast or bacterial infection under the foreskin. Balanitis is more prevalent in uncircumcised men and men with poor personal hygiene. The penile discharges are accumulate under the foreskin which results in smegma formation . . . → Read More: As I have aged, I have developed an ongoing problem with skin problems on my foreskin. I have a recurring condition that seems to cause it to split and become sore and then ultimately to heal. I’ve used Methasiazone cream, and vaginal yeast creams etc. Any suggestions?

Just yesterday, I developed a lump about the size of a small marble on the bottom side of my wrist. I work in manufacturng, lifting 25-75 pounds every 44 seconds. I am thirty four now. What could this be? It doesn’t hurt, but it is a solid mass with an evident protrusion.

There are numerous possible causes of painless masses in the hand and wrist – the majority of them are benign. The most common of these masses include cysts, boney overgrowth, or cartilage overgrowths. On the wrists, ganglion cysts are the most common type of masses. These are benign collections of fluid that collect as out . . . → Read More: Just yesterday, I developed a lump about the size of a small marble on the bottom side of my wrist. I work in manufacturng, lifting 25-75 pounds every 44 seconds. I am thirty four now. What could this be? It doesn’t hurt, but it is a solid mass with an evident protrusion.

I’ve had this terrible cough for approximately the last 4-5days, I’m coughing up a thick clear to yelowish mucus…I cough almost constantly, it could start off as a small cough and go to an aggressive cough to the point my eyes are very watery and I cough up this mucus and maybe even vomit. This cough has been interrupting my sleep. I’ve tried to take a regular cough drop and also taken a sinus congestion and pain over the counter meds that has helped much. I also have a very very slight runny nose. Now my chest hurts and my throat is irritated…what could this possibly be?

The differential diagnosis of a cough is wide ranging but the causes can be divided into infectious and noninfectious. Noninfectious causes include asthma exacerbations, chronic bronchitis, and allergies. In your case, it appears to be more of an infectious cause and the differential includes: pneumonia, upper respiratory infections, or pertussis (whooping cough). If the cough . . . → Read More: I’ve had this terrible cough for approximately the last 4-5days, I’m coughing up a thick clear to yelowish mucus…I cough almost constantly, it could start off as a small cough and go to an aggressive cough to the point my eyes are very watery and I cough up this mucus and maybe even vomit. This cough has been interrupting my sleep. I’ve tried to take a regular cough drop and also taken a sinus congestion and pain over the counter meds that has helped much. I also have a very very slight runny nose. Now my chest hurts and my throat is irritated…what could this possibly be?

i am female 20 years of age my question is that my periods have always been regular and for the last 4 months they have been getting shorter and lighter and now i havnt had one this month but there is some light pink dishcharge and only recently have i had unprotected sex and its way to soon to tell if im pregnant and so far i havnt tried anything besides the waiting game the only things that i can find abnormal for me is light cramping almost like a period feeling tender breasts and fatigue and always thirsty.

You have some very vague symptoms. A careful evaluation and blood tests by your primary care physician is warranted to evaluate the possibility of pregnancy, your vaginal/breast symptoms, and fatigue/thirst. Based on your symptoms, though, it seems as if you might have an issue with your thyroid or it could be pregnancy – an evaluation . . . → Read More: i am female 20 years of age my question is that my periods have always been regular and for the last 4 months they have been getting shorter and lighter and now i havnt had one this month but there is some light pink dishcharge and only recently have i had unprotected sex and its way to soon to tell if im pregnant and so far i havnt tried anything besides the waiting game the only things that i can find abnormal for me is light cramping almost like a period feeling tender breasts and fatigue and always thirsty.