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 What is Down's syndrome? ?
hi there.
what is Down's syndrome in east to understnad english i heard of Down's syndrome but not sure what it is....

 How can i make myself throw up?....?
I've already tried the finger and toothbrush method and it doesn't seem to make me throw up. My stomach flexes and i'm almost there but not all the way. How long do i have to stay ...

 Is it possible to die from eating too much soy sauce?
Someone asian guy said he grandpa died from eating too much soy sauce I thought it was funny, but is it true?...

 i have a lisp its where i cant pronounce my S's properly how do i get rid of it?
my lisp is ruining my life people make comments which realy makes me upset no wounder guys dont want me i have a lisp how do i get rid of it its ruining my life please help ...

 emergency please read?
my dad was moaning from he said his lower stomach. he said it hurts alot and he keeps moving from it. and then he said he feels like his back is broken so theres pain there too. and he also mentioned ...

 Experiencing a relative dying for the first time?
A few minutes ago, i got told that my grandad who is in hospital recovering from lung cancer, has been taken off all medications, and now their giving him morphine to make him comfortable... so that ...

 I'm always cold. I wear pants and hoodies year round...?
Well, I'm constantly cold, and I've just really started to take it seriously in the past week.
I went to the beach today with a few friends, and I was wearing pants, sneakers, and a ...

 I am a millionairess trapped in the body of a poor person: Is there a name and/or cure for this condition?
Deep down I've always known I was meant to be wealthy - and that it was a freakishly cruel twist of nature that decreed I be born into the body of someone without lots of money.
That being ...

 Alcoholism - I've drank a lot for the past 5 years. I stopped and now my entire body?
aches, my wrists hurt really bad, my arms and my upper back is in a TON of pain.

Is that from stopping drinking???? Or is it just a coincidence?...

 My mother is an alcoholic, but she won't admit she has a problem. What can I do? I'm 19, and I'm feeling lost.?
I'm away at college most of the time, but I'm back on break through half of January. My sister is no help whatsoever, and my dad is extremely aware of the problem, but he has so much to ...

 how many times should you go the the toilet..?
i wil call them 'stools' (haha)..
o.k, ive been on a diet for like my whole teenage life, im 16 now..so since i was 12-13.. ive restricted so much of what i eat... i use to starve my ...

 Alcholism....a disease or not?
In Britain, Alcoholism is now recognised as a disease, and I for one think some of us are certainly set up for it, sometimes whole ethnic groups appear to be set up for it, like Native Americans and I...

 My mom has been having a burning/tingling feeling in her feet, but we don't know the problem. Any suggestions?
We know that the problem is not from the nerves through tests....

 HELP!!! I'm in some serious pain and don't know what to do....?
I've had RA for 2 1/2 years now and I've tried everything (I work closely with my Rheumy) from the latest drugs to accupunture. I can't even cry anymore it hurts so bad! Does anyone ...

 Is it true that they won't do liver transplants on alcoholics?

 Today I went to the hospital thinking that I would end up staying there, but instead the doctor gave me some?
percription for my gallstones and told me to come back for another two months. I mean don't you guys think that they should have kept me there in the emergency room instead of sending me home in ...

 I'm afraid I may be really sick.?
About 2 days ago, I had terrible pains around ,my ribs and in my legs. Also my stomach had hurt alot. Then yesterday, I felt ok but not the best. Now today, I havn't eaten like anything, and my ...

 are genetic disorders always curable?
helpp. and i mean any genetic ...

 I haven't had a bowel movement in two weeks and 4 days, is this normal?
Seriously I am 18 and I just can't ...

 I've been bulimic for about a year..?
And I absolutely hate it. I hate how it makes me feel, how little control I have...I just want it to go away. I'm sixteen, and I have one of those mothers who would die if she knew her daughter ...

I found a tick stuck on my head..............?
......my husband just pulled it out and cleaned the area with rubbing alcohol and antibiotic cream.

My question is should I take the tick to the doctor and have it send to the laboratory to be tested?

It doesn't look as if it's a deer tick, but it did not look like those big round ones either. The body is flat, black and has 8 very long legs.
Additional Details
If anyone wants to meet him...........the tick. His picture is on Facebook now.

your deadmeat.

wow maybe you should go get it checked if you want to live

Hello Darling
I think you will live

i think it looked different cause it wasn't engorged with blood. when they are engorged thay are really fat and there legs go all the way in ur skin. u should go to a doctor cause ticks believe are not are poisonous if the insides get on you!!!!
hope this helps :)

tay k
one morning i found a stick stuck IN my neck, its little legs were sticking out it was disgusting. my mom just called the doctor and described it and they said it sounded fine just keep an eye out on it. so i think itll be fine, just if u have any animals, check them every once in a while and make sure u know where their going so they dont bring worse bugs in.

I would get it sent in you never know with thoughs things also get your head checked because your suppose to smoother the tick first with Vaseline and then pull it, so get that checked the head may still be in there

you should definitely get it checked ... there is a possibility you could develop lyme's disease

you should get it checked by a doctor

absouloutly. just to be suure. -bakuganexpert555

live for the moment
The big round ones are just filled with blood that's not saying they are not deer *****. For future reference to remove a tick just apply direct heat to its body or cover it with petroleum jelly, this will cause it to release itself.

a fresh target
yes, it's fine, if you washed the bite area you will be fine...
kill the tick by flushing or flame. it's fine
if however you feel sick or down in the next little while, just go to the doctor and have a checkup :)

Marj † pray4revival †
It sounds like the tic that was in my son's underarm area and my husband got it out because it made me nervous when the thing moved and didn't come. But he knew how to get it with the tweezers and alcohol.

Be thankful you have a loving husband who was there to help you!

natalie m
id send it just incase. better to be safe than sorry. though it is probably nothing.

Forget the tick. Get yourself to the Doctors for a healthy shot of antibiotic. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Right?

♪♫Nancy ® ♫♪ ™
Please do,
I have lyme disease, I never found the tick that bit me only the bite misdiagnosed and years later I wish the Drs had been more on the ball.
We have to safeguard ourselves,
Educate oneself on the reality of Lyme disease,
It does ruin a lot of lives.

if it was dug in your head already you shouldnt have taken it out. when its stuck you put something on it like peanut butter or someting sticky, because it will sufficate and pull itself out of your head. but if you sqeezed it out, it proply shot the venom stuff in you

If you going to get yourself checked out u should save the Tick to take to the Dr. Better safe then sorry.

☼ GƖơώ ✞ Ѡɪηǥs ☼
Keep the Faith! :D

u will be fine, it's just a tick. but if u r worried u can go to the doctor.

worker4IAM <'><
Hate the little buggers !

Ask my wife, I'll get her !

it is not a good idea to simply pull it, it should be removed with a match--light it and blow it out and quickly place on the tick---it will release completely; a credit card (the only good reason for one) is used to scrape the tick off with one scrape--it must stick to the skin so the entire tick is removed; when it is pulled the "thingy" stays put on the skin so check well,
Take it in, careful, with you feel warm---flu like get medical attention; is your area known for deer ticks---lyme disease. Just go and get checked. Peace to you my sister.

I hope it all came out. My husband is good at that because we visit a place that is tick infested once a year and sometimes don't think to put on repellent and he has experience in the outdoors. If you have the insect, first look online to see if you can find one that looks like it. If not, see if the health department or county extension agent can help you, or your doctor. Maybe an exterminator will be able to identify it if you go to their place of business. The chances are you will be fine unless you are in a location where lyme disease has been diagnosed.

We've never used an antibiotic cream, just the alcohol and I've never had the first problem; can't even feel where the tick was. If it starts to bother you, check with your pharmacist or call the doctor. Otherwise, you will be fine.

The Smiley face is really me :)
Just to be sure, go and check.

Wilson K
Go to the doctor, and take the tick with you.

I really don't think it is needed for you to go through all of that trouble for one little nasty looking tick. I know it must have been really gross to you to have found this nasty little thing on your person, but it doesn't sound like the ones that carry the diseases we worry about. Chances are that you have already taken all of the needed precautions by using the alcohol and ointment. Throughout the years, and I am almost 50 now, I have been bitten by many of those nasty creatures and never even put alcohol on the bite. Having said that, I will also say that I have not had one single problem ever short of my worrying over the bite like you are now doing. Just watch yourself over the next few weeks for a rash and a high fever, then if you have that, go immediately to your doctor and maybe take that tick with you. Otherwise you can most likely lose the little predator immediately. By the way, I find it most interesting that you put this little guy on Facebook for all to see who might care to go and have a look. Brilliant idea doing that!

sounds like a seed tick. Don't worry about it, people get bit by ticks all the time and nothing happens. What doesn't kill you makes you stronger.

Be sure you get the head.

Eek, you're not really supposed to "pull" it out.
But yeah, get it checked...

Calamity Jane
Not to sound rude, but this is kinda funny. If I went to the doctor every time me or one of my kids or husband had a tick stuck to us we would just have to move into the office for the summer.
I think he will be fine.

If it is bigger than a pin head/pencil lead then it is not a deer tick so there is no need for any testing. And, most physician's do not test ticks - they only test people once they have some symptoms. You can go to WebMd.com and type in lyme's disease and read up on symptoms.

black bunny
Worker is big baby when it comes to vampires.

A great way to get them off your body is to "twirl" them. Using one of your fingers...or your "assistants" simply "twirl" the tick for approximately the count of 20 or even less. The tick will back itself out...even if attached.

**You have be non creeped out by touching it. You place your finger on the body and rub your finger in a clockwise direction...never releasing the tick. It's okay if your finger slips off...just continue to twirl the tick immediately again. I guarantee the tick will come out.

this method is used for show dogs. By the tick backing out...white hairs will not come in as 'scar hairs'...very detrimental for show dogs. I've used this method myself many times and IT WORKS.

To answer the question...I would only go if I thought it was necessary. If Lyme disease was a reported problem in my area. Or if I had any symptoms that weren't part of normal life...like fever or aching joints. That is going to have to be your choice.

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