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I just got punched left cheek and i cannot open mouth all the way let alone chew very well what should i do?

You should go to the emergency room or your doctor and get an X-ray of your facial bones to determine if there are any fractures particularly to the mandible and orbital bones. Fractures of facial bones may require surgical intervention to restore alignment and prevent additional nerve or soft tissue damage.

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I used to take Ambien XR 10mg on a nightly basis and just switched to Lunesta 3mg. I had a hard time sleeping after taking my Lunesta medication as prescribed and took a second pill to sleep. I’m seeking advice on whether or not I should continue taking two Lunesta 3mg pills to sleep.

Ambien (zolpidem) and Lunesta (eszopiclone) are both used for sleep aid but their effects on patients are different. Patients have different reactions to Ambien and Lunesta and some experience side effects with one drug but not the other.

Users of Ambien typically report going to sleep fast but Ambien did not stop nighttime waking. . . . → Read More: I used to take Ambien XR 10mg on a nightly basis and just switched to Lunesta 3mg. I had a hard time sleeping after taking my Lunesta medication as prescribed and took a second pill to sleep. I’m seeking advice on whether or not I should continue taking two Lunesta 3mg pills to sleep.

I ask my Mom About her condition when it really start. She said to me it start when she is pregnant for the 4rth baby.While shes pregnant,she walk with a limp. And sometimes she use a cane or a crutches. After the the 4rth baby was born thats the time she cant walk or stand.she have fearness to control her balance. In that time she is 30 years old. We have four childrens in our family. I am the third child on that time. My Older sister on that time is 11, my 2nd borther is 6,and I am 4 years old. I am to small yet to remember. But this is my Mom History when we are little. After my younger brother born. 3-4 months later they go in the hospital to check my Mom health condition. According to the Doctor she have a tumor in his spinal column. The Doctor said it really needs surgery. 2 weeks after the surgery done. They go home.The Doctor said 3-6 months my Mom will be walking. And then my Mom stayed at home. She said to me while she at home she dont really have any Physical Therapy to help her. Except her Sister she help to exercise her legs sometimes. That is really big different because there is no Proffessional Therapist help my Mom that time. We dont have money. I was to small then 4 years old. I cant remember what is really happened to my Mom. My older sister she is 11 years old. She is the one taking care of me, as well as my 6 years old brother.Thats why untill now still hoping, If my mom have the chance to walk again. My youngest brother is 24 years old. Thats the time she starts cant walk after my younger brother born. Its starts in year 1987- up to this year 2011. She is in the wheelchair now. As i mentioned in my first question. If i try to pinch her both legs it start jumping. she still feel a sensation if i touch her legs. By the way my Mom lived in the Philippines right now. Thank you very much for reading my long questions! Hope my Mom have the chance to walk again. Any Advice would be very much appreciated. Thank you very much. Have a good Day!

The best advice is to have your mother see a physical therapist or the doctor to treat her so (s)he can perform a physical exam and determine if she is neurologically intact. Pinching her and observing her jumping is not sufficient to determine the status of her nerves. Her muscles have obviously atrophied since she . . . → Read More: I ask my Mom About her condition when it really start. She said to me it start when she is pregnant for the 4rth baby.While shes pregnant,she walk with a limp. And sometimes she use a cane or a crutches. After the the 4rth baby was born thats the time she cant walk or stand.she have fearness to control her balance. In that time she is 30 years old. We have four childrens in our family. I am the third child on that time. My Older sister on that time is 11, my 2nd borther is 6,and I am 4 years old. I am to small yet to remember. But this is my Mom History when we are little. After my younger brother born. 3-4 months later they go in the hospital to check my Mom health condition. According to the Doctor she have a tumor in his spinal column. The Doctor said it really needs surgery. 2 weeks after the surgery done. They go home.The Doctor said 3-6 months my Mom will be walking. And then my Mom stayed at home. She said to me while she at home she dont really have any Physical Therapy to help her. Except her Sister she help to exercise her legs sometimes. That is really big different because there is no Proffessional Therapist help my Mom that time. We dont have money. I was to small then 4 years old. I cant remember what is really happened to my Mom. My older sister she is 11 years old. She is the one taking care of me, as well as my 6 years old brother.Thats why untill now still hoping, If my mom have the chance to walk again. My youngest brother is 24 years old. Thats the time she starts cant walk after my younger brother born. Its starts in year 1987- up to this year 2011. She is in the wheelchair now. As i mentioned in my first question. If i try to pinch her both legs it start jumping. she still feel a sensation if i touch her legs. By the way my Mom lived in the Philippines right now. Thank you very much for reading my long questions! Hope my Mom have the chance to walk again. Any Advice would be very much appreciated. Thank you very much. Have a good Day!

My husband 73, is on Lasix and for three days failed to take his lasix and last night had a pain in his big toe and when he looked at it it was very red and swollen and quite painful. He decided to take a half tasblet of lasix and later in the night unable to sleep decided to take another whole tablet and this morning felt fine and the redness and swelling in the big toe had disappeared so he felt it not necessary to see a doctor. I, on the other hand feel very uneasy and niow wonder what was the cause and should we treat it more seriously. Please advise soon. Thanks

Lasix is a diuretic that acts to decrease the free water content of the body. Typically, patients with congestive heart failure or poor peripheral circulation use lasix to decrease the swelling in the lower extremities. Lasix should be taken as prescribed to prevent lower extremity swelling so patients do not develop complications such as ulcers . . . → Read More: My husband 73, is on Lasix and for three days failed to take his lasix and last night had a pain in his big toe and when he looked at it it was very red and swollen and quite painful. He decided to take a half tasblet of lasix and later in the night unable to sleep decided to take another whole tablet and this morning felt fine and the redness and swelling in the big toe had disappeared so he felt it not necessary to see a doctor. I, on the other hand feel very uneasy and niow wonder what was the cause and should we treat it more seriously. Please advise soon. Thanks

My 8 year old daughter was playing in the woods. She found an insulin syringe. She pricked her finger and scraped the side of her hand, drawing blood. We washed with antibacterial soap, perioxide and used clorox wipes. We went immediately to the dr and they administred blood tests. What are the chances she can get HIV?

HIV is known to be very sensitive to fluctuations in temperature and moisture. Typically, the virus can only survive outside of the body for a few hours. CDC studies show that drying even high concentrations of the virus can virtually eliminate any infectious particles within hours. In addition, insulin syringes are not typically used to . . . → Read More: My 8 year old daughter was playing in the woods. She found an insulin syringe. She pricked her finger and scraped the side of her hand, drawing blood. We washed with antibacterial soap, perioxide and used clorox wipes. We went immediately to the dr and they administred blood tests. What are the chances she can get HIV?