Aspirin Overdose Treatment

Taking combination of medicines without appropriate guidance can also lead to aspirin poisoning or overdose. The use of aspirin without prescription and its misuse can lead to severe and fatal consequences in a person. Advanced signs of poisoning include drowsiness, bizarre behaviour, confusion, unstable conditions and in extreme cases, coma.

Taking combination of medicines without appropriate guidance can also lead to aspirin poisoning or overdose. The use of aspirin without prescription and its misuse can lead to severe and fatal consequences in a person. Advanced signs of poisoning inc ... More

Health Q&A
Knee joint hectic pain

Ostrophenia completely in the bed from 8 months hectic knee joint pain I am taking ayurvedic treatement, recently came to know about matrix rhythm therapy. So I want to discuss with physiotherapist.

Severe pain in L-shoulder

Iam a diabetes and thyroid patient past frm 15days i have a severe pain in my left hand and shoulder..and when i go for a walk there is a problem in my breath ...I also consulted a cardiologist and took an ECG and got d reports normal..i wanted to know whether i hav to consult anothr doctor or consult a physiotherapist

Neck problem

My mom is suffering from the survicle problem she has aa pain neck ,head,ear she was eating medicine but donot know which type of exercise should doo to get relief from this problem she wear neck coller also

Hesterectomy

Hi!! I have recently gone through hesterectomy so can u please suggest me for exercise. When i can start my gym???

Anterior pelvic tilt

I am having back pain since a couple of months but i was diagnosed with hyperlordosis a few years back. I go to the gym, lift heavy weights, i am a certified trainer and there is nothing wrong with the form and technique. Can the anterior pelvic tilt be reversed ? If yes what are the exercises and stretches ? I can't stop going to the gyn and just cannot stop lifting weights. So please consider the facts and reply. Thank you

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Want to Prevent Lower Back Ache?

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