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  2. Hi @Iamking Milk Thistle is a type of weed and is sometimes also called "Silymarin" which is a chemical derived from parts of the plant like its seed, and it is believed to help with liver related ...
    Dr. Dinesh G
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  4. @igotz99problemz You likely have this condition called cold urticaria. In patients with cold urticaria, the skin cells are sensitive to cold, and an exposure to cold triggers the release of chemica...
    Dr. Quah S
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  6. @Arsh You can try Rozex first. Rozex (metronidazole) is a proven treatment for rosacea. Again, you need to be patient and wait for a few weeks before you can see noticeable improvement in your symp...
    Dr. Quah S
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  8. Hi @Kai there are many possible causes of this and I would recommend a review with your family physician in-person, as they will need to examine you to narrow down possible causes to direct testing...
    Dr. Dinesh G
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  12. Hi @MANJU it is possible for mild contusions after the injury you describe, however one wouldn’t expect the pain to continue for so long in that nature. I recommend for you to see your doctor for a...
    Dr. Dinesh G
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  14. Hi @Pear yes that is likely, if you don't have any other symptoms or skin changes elsewhere, you can try some anti-fungal creams OTC such as miconazole - visit your local pharmacist at places like ...
    Dr. Dinesh G
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  16. Hi @Novi the problem you describe is a sleep disorder which requires further evaluation. Here are some measures recommended by the American Academy of Family Physicians that you can try to improve ...
    Dr. Dinesh G
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  18. My mum had a similar experience. This is good advice. Thank you! 
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  20. Hi! 

    From what I can see on the image it does not appear to look like hives. Secondly I would avoid giving antihistamines like benadryl I'm a child less than 6 months. The safest antihistami...
    Dr. Aditya S
    Space Doctor