I have a question for you. A while back I had been at a concert and I had screamed really loudly and I felt something that tasted like blood.
I ended up going to a doctor and I found out I hemorrhaged and scarred my vocal cords. I honestly think it has effected my vocal cords so much I sometimes get "sirred" on the phone. The tests they did on my voice showed it was like 90-something hertz which is really low. If you have any ideas on ways to gain back or improve my voice to get it back into a female range please tell me.
Hi Annabelle -
Reducing scarring may be the best way to attempt to get your proper voice back.
Question: I have a four month old little girl who is contantly spitting up; sometimes hours after she eats. I have already been told that she is gaining a sufficient amount of weight and it doesn't seem to be reflux by her pedietrician.
I have also taken dairy out of my diet because it seems she may be allergic to milk protien for the time being. I also am taking acidophilus. Is there anything else that you could recommend. She seems to be hungrier when she spitts up leading to feeding her more often.
I am breast feeding her and sometimes she is hungry and I don't have enough milk supply to feed her only an hour after she has already eaten..
My name is Yvonne I am a single mother of 4 who is desperate for some help and guidance for my 7 year old autistic son.
I just need to know what the best vitamins and minerals are to purchase for him. Please help!
Hi Yvonne -
I am sorry that your son has symptoms of Austism.
This is a complex question as Autism has many different causes.
It is best to identify the cause of the autism, remove it and replenish with the needed nutrients.
Common places to start:
- remove all Gluten products and Rice Milk products. Autistic symptoms may greatly reduce when your son does not eat Gluten. There is much clinical evidence of this. Rice Milk contains a substance in it which also Read More
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