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 What is the percentage for complete overcome and get free from Hepatitis C for a girl 15 years old ?
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 Is there a doctor in the house? need help with some pains i have been getting, causing a bit of grief?
basically i have been getting pains in my right hand side it started beginning of this year. i was being sick and passing out a week before i was due on! i got swab tested and that came back all ...


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 Blood Tests?
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 What are the odds of me having HIV?
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 Women Only: Be rid of yeast infection quickley?
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Is there anything I can do to be rid of the yeast ...


 I have low white blood cells count and i went for HIV test last two years and found negative?
I have low white blood cells count and i went for HIV test last two years and found negative this year,my wife got pregnant as it is compulsory HIV test she was found negative and we have a negative ...


 The peditrician said blood work showed no chicken pox but my son has the symptons and the spots.?
what do i do. the hospital says chicken pox but the doctor is insisting it could be fleas. we have no dog. can anyone give any suggestions
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 What is good for a fever for a 4 year old?
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 My son is 18 months old1 (seroius answers only)?
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 What are the names of the different super bugs in hospitals?
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 How serious can an infected cut get?
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 How do i get rid of strept throat without getting a perscription or going to the doctor?
alright so im pretty sure i have strept because its going around and i have all the symptoms but i really dont want to go to the doctors...any suggestions on how to get rid of it asap?...


 What are the signs of having strep throat?
i have had it before but forgot cause it has been a while and i think i have it now and need to know if i should stay home from school....what are some signs of having it?and what are the signs of a ...


 Salt in your belly button curing a UTI?!?!?!?
So this lady at my work feels like she's getting a urinary tract infection (you know the sore lower back, bloating/pain, and pain when urinating) so this other lady there who knows about all ...


 Is anyone a little freaked out by bird-flu?
okay, i try not to be an alarmist-but its really starting to scare me. anyone making preparations? stock piling things? any good "scared people" web sites on how to prepare? just sign me-...


 What are you more afraid of bird flu or vCJD?
AS vCJD doesn't begin to affect you until your thirties and forties, bird flu will infect you straight away (if it mutates so it can infect humans)
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 Define immunity?
this is my homework i have to define immunity. can you ...



jessica
Is it normal if you never had chicken pox and you are 18 years old???
and why do peoples get it? thanks
                     





msfitz
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Im 44 and I have never had the chicken pox. Chicken Pox are worse in adults so stay away from anyone infected also from anyone with shingles.


Iris
You get it from being around people who have it or have been exposed to it.

It's unusual for you not to have had chicken pox by the time you are 18, but not abnormal. Some people are immune or partially immune.

Contracting it as an adult is much more painful and dangerous than contracting it as a child.


raymond
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it is normal and i had it at 12


RI
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Yes it is be very afraid of getting it on your age it worse than yolly jik. youl be scrathing worse than ITUBA Scratch card's


maivas229
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i am now in my thirties and have never had it.My husband has never had it.Give thanks you have not had it.It is a very nasty disease I heard.


Maverick
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my younger brother and his wife were in their middle 20's when they both got them for the first time !


jeralflowers
I am 37 years of age and had never gotten chickenpox in my life so i guess it is normal/////chicken is mostly gotten when you are exposed to some one who has it //i don't know how it originally started


Linda C
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yes,it's normal.i've never had them.i've been told it is harder on you if you have them at an older age.so i try to avoid anyone with chicken pox.


me2
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I am thirty and never had it don't know how or why people get it


Susan C
Many people have been able to avoid chicken pox when they were children. But that doesn't mean that you can never get it as an adult. As a matter of fact, as an adult, should you contract chicken pox, it can be quite dangerous. Be sure to check with your doctor should you have any suspicion about this!

The upswing to this is that only those of us who did have chicken pox as a child can get shingles, an excruciatingly painful, but otherwise benign condition that lasts weeks. Come to think of it, I think I had measles, not chicken pox, so I'm right there with you in the danger zone. I'm 53.


x
Chicken pox is caused by a virus (varicella zoster) which is easily transmitted from person to person, which is why it hits most people in childhood--the close proximity of the school setting and such.
However, it is not at all uncommon to go through one's entire childhood without getting it.
The important thing to note is that you can still get it as an adult, and the effects can potentially be much more serious. Talk to your doctor. He or she may recommend that you get vaccinated.


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