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 Breaking your nose for the first time ..?
How long will it take to heal ?

How many days will I suffer from the pain ?
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Nope .. I didn't break my nose ...

da mogarad so2al ! :)...


 How fast would you die if you were shot in the heart...?
With an arrow?
I know this is a really weird question but I need to know this for the story I'm writing.
I don't know if I'm right but if they were shot in the back it would ...


 Concerns about a bruise I got last year...?
Maybe a year and a half ago I crashed a dirtbike.
No serious injuries, just lots of bruises,
and one that was no more then 3-4 inches above my ankle
that was especially nasty and ...


 Anyone know how to heal shin splints?
This is my first question in the health section so I hope this is in the right spot.

I'll try not to make this too long. I have had shin splints for a while now, over 2 years. I ...


 Pain in achilles tendon when playing soccer...help?
Like 2 months ago i felt a pain in the back of my heel and my doctor said to lay off sports for a month, but he never told me what i had.
I went to play today for the first time, after not ...


 how can you get carpal tunnel and/or arthrits from playing guitar hero??
what causes it to happen?
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 my chest started hurting after i finished working my arms and shoulders. its kinda hard to take a deep breath.
i was working on my shoulders.
i did 3 ssets of 5.
right after i was finished my chest started hurting
and now i cant take a deep breath or lift or lower my left arm without feeling ...


 Chronic Achilles tendinitis, help!!!! ?
About one year ago I was playing college rugby and slipped and really pulled my Achilles badly. I couldn't walk without a limp for at least 2-3 months but eventually I got back to where there ...


 Ulcer/Cold sore help!!?
I have a really bad ulcer/cold sore on my lip and it hurts and i want to know how to soothe it down or make it go away cuz it looks really ugly aswel
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i need it fixed ...


 Bad pain in my right shoulder/neck area?
I don't know if this has anything to do with it but sunday I was inter-tubing on a lake and last night (wednesday) I went to a dance class. Then after the dance class when I got out of the ...


 I fell off the stairs and landed on my ankle. Why is it so painful?
Ok, so this morning, i was coming down the stairs and on the last one, i tripped and my right ankle twisted around and i crashed down onto it. It hurt to much i fell over, but then i sat down and i ...


 What Is Wrong With My Legs???
Ok I Have Been Playing Basketball Everyday For Like The Past 3 Weeks. Rlly Havin To Move My Legs To Guard Ppl. Im Talkin About Just B-ball u Play at home. and all of a sudden the next morning my ...


 I had a PLIF @L5 S1 with fusion instrumentation on 12/11. Does it get better???
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 do i need to go to the doctor? I think its jammed?
i had it hurt since october 2007 and it looks like this(click on the link) It hurts mildly

http://i177.photobucket.com/albums/w229/CommanderCmurder/DSCF0812.jpg
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 Canker sores on my tonsil??
Is it safe to say my severe painful throat is caused by cankers on my tonsils? 5 days ago, I had a fever and body aches, and some sinus. All these have eventually subsided but a really severe soar ...


 Has anybody had a tibial tubercle transfer? If so what was the recovery time and the overall rehab time? thanx
Im on the younger side and have had a lateral release in '05 and explorative surgery after i had my first dislocation in a year in a half this past august. I rehabed it but have not been able to ...


 How long do bruised ribs take to heal?
and is there anything that can be done to speed up the healing process?...


 why can't i rotate my left ankle counter-clockwise?
i dont know how long its been like this but i cant rotate it counter clockwise .. .
and it also appears bigger than the right ankle .. though that could just be me thinking it is..
also... ...


 Can I get tetanus from a Rusty Razor?
Normally my razors dont rust but I put it in a plastic bag while still wet since I was traveling and it got a bit rusted. I was careful for the next few shaves but today I was in a hurry and I didn�...


 Did I pull or sprained an ACL or any other legiment?
Ok so i was playing Bball at school then right when i fell from dunking all my body weight dropped on my left knee. It was a very weird feeling, like my knee popped inward then it went back. then ...



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What are some pressure points that cause temporary damage?
Any pressure points that cause temporary paralysis or pain? Like, there is one on the neck, but where exactly? And are there any others and what are the effects?
                      









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In the centre of the axilla, on the medial side of the axillary artery, at the lateral , inferior margin of the pectorals major muscle and in it's deep position the point lies in the coracobrachialis muscle
This is one of the most dangerous heart points as it will stop the heart instantly with a medium to heavy strike. The point is right over the top of the ‘axillary artery’ and as such great artery damage is also done when this point is struck. The ‘shen’ is affected and one feels like they have bee disconnected from God! Brain function is also affected, speech is impaired and mental activity in general is severely affected. The emotional state of the recipient is also damaged greatly. This is all on top of immediate shoulder damage as well. This point is traditionally used to cure ‘frozen shoulder’ because of its ability to clear both external and internal Qi of the meridian.

T 2: QUINGLING (Youthful Spirit)
When the elbow is flexed, the point is 3 cun above the medial end of the transverse cubital crease, (HT 3), in the groove medial to the biceps brachii.
This point will slow the heart rate sufficiently to make his feel really ill. This point is also an excellent nerve point strike affecting the whole arm and sending a shock wave into the upper body. Knock out has been affected using this point.

HT 3: SHAOHAI (Lesser Sea)
When the elbow is flexed, the point is at the medial end of the transverse cubital crease, in the depression anterior to the medial epicondyle of the humerus, in the pronator teres and the brachialis muscles.
This is one of the more dangerous points. It stops the heart. It is a ‘water and He Sea point’. It will have the immediate action of stopping the heart and damaging the tendon (nervous) system. Usually used to treat, among other things, stress, depression and emotional disturbances, this strike will also have the reverse effect causing long term nervous and emotional disorders. This strike will unbalance the yin/yang relationship throughout the whole body. Someone who has been struck here and who has not been treated, will have a complexion like someone who has smoked all of their lives. This strike also works very well with the ‘mind’ point on the chin. Someone is put out to it very easily with a light slap on this point after HT 3 has been struck. If struck in a proximal way, will cause high blood pressure. If struck straight in will cause the heart to weaken over a period.

HT 4: LINGDAO (Spirit's Path)
On the radial side of the tendon of the muscle flexor carp! ulnaris, 1.5 cun above the transverse crease of the wrist when the palm faces upwards.
This is a metal and jing point, usually used for ‘local’ problems In the healing area. It adds fire to the heart and causes high blood pressure immediately.

HT 5: TONGLI (Reaching the measure)
When the palm faces upwards, the point is on the radial side of the tendon of the flexor carpi ulnaris muscle, 1 cun above the transverse crease of the wrist, between the tendon of the flexor carpi ulnaris and the flexor digitorum superficialis manus muscle, in it's deep position, in the flexor digitorum sublimis muscle.
This is a classic Qi drainage point and works very well as a set up point strike. This point is used in acupuncture when Qi drainage is called for. In fact acupuncturists will not work this point too hard as it could cause knock out from Qi drainage. Works very well with TH 12. This strike will weaken the elbow greatly

HT 6: YINXI (Yin Accumulation)
On the radial side of the tendon of flexor carp! ulnaris muscle, 0.5 cun above the transverse crease of the wrist.
HT 4,5,6&7 are very close to each other and as such it is difficult only to get one. So, it is common that all four points are attacked at once with a grabbing and shaking motion. This will cause great Qi loss and immobilisation, just before a more dangerous attack to ST 9 for instance. HT 6 is the Xi-cleft point. If struck all be itself, it said to cause madness and weaken the heart.

HT 7: SHENMEN (Spirit's Door)
On the transverse crease of the wrist, in the articular region between the pisform bone and the ulna, in the depression on the radial side of the tendon of the muscle flexor carpi ulnaris.
This point has a great effect upon the shen or spirit. It is an Earth, Yuan and Shu point. This strike damages the shen’s emotional control over the whole system. The ‘fire’ element is totally unbalanced causing too much heat to enter the system. The whole system is emotionally unstable and tense.

HT 8: SHAOFU (Lesser Residence)
On the palmar surface, between the 4th and 5th metacarpal bones. When the hand is supine and the fingers cupped in a half fist, this point is found on the palm just below the tip of the little finger. Between the fourth and fifth metacarpal bones, in the 4th lumbrical muscle and the tendon of the flexor digitorum sublimis muscle, in it's deep position in the interosseous muscle.
This point also upsets the shen and the emotional stability. It’s not a point that I would use in a tight situation, more the small lock along with the point as in the application section. It is a fire and yong point and when struck upsets the heart Qi, so the heart is damaged. As a sideline, this point strike will upset the body time clock showing symptoms of jet lag! It can also be used to combat jet lag in the healing sense.

HT 9: SHAOCHONG (Lesser Pouring)
On the radial side of the little finger, about O.l cun posterior to the corner of the nail
Although this point works very well, it is difficult to get to without opening yourself to an attack. It is usually used in the healing area as an emergency point or revival point. It is a ‘wood and cheng’ point. It has to be struck very hard to work not as a healing point, so even if you do attack this point, you could help the attacker, not hurt him! If struck really hard, this point will shock the heart for a moment to enable you to get in with another strike. Not a point I would use in a tight situation. An excellent heart healing point though.
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