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Solar Plexus Pain

You probably have heard of solar plexus and its associated pain. When you talk of solar plexus, it consists of a complex network of arteries and nerves located below the xiphoid process, a part of the breast bone. The nerves and arteries are found above the stomach and below the breast bone’s xiphoid process. To […]

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Trapped Gas

One of the things that could spoil someone’s day by making them feel uncomfortable is trapped gas. Whatever one eats or drinks could be a reason for gas formation in the stomach, large and small intestines. When food in large quantities pass through the gut undigested, it makes the body to produce excess gas. The […]

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Trapped Gas in the Chest

In our lives, we are likely to have a trapped gas in the chest. It is likely to disappear after belching and passing out wind in the form of flatulence. The persistence of the trapped gas may cause chest pains. Trapped gas is caused by bacteria living in the colon ferments with carbohydrates that are […]

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Cyst in Throat

A cyst is lump that has an outer layer, which contains either liquid or gases in it. There are different kinds of cysts depending on their place of origin from the tissues. Cysts can develop in any part of the body and in most instances, they are not that symptomatic. Attention should not be given […]

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Scratched Cornea

The eye is one of the most delicate, yet most exposed parts of the body. It is for this particular reason that eye injuries are a fairly common occurrence. Eye scratches usually take the top of the list of eye injuries. They can occur in many ways and forms, but the most common is corneal […]

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IBS Pain

What is IBS? IBS or irritable bowel syndrome is a very common functional gut disorder. This means, in this syndrome, there exist no structural abnormality. So, only the gut malfunctions while rest all the parts look normal.   Who gets it – Statistics for IBS Research studies have shown that on an average 1 in […]

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Septum Piercing – All You Wanted to Know

Septum piercing refers to a kind of nose piercing that involves piercing the cartilage and bone wall present in the center of the nasal cavities. The wall is called the nasal septum. Septum piercing is not as popular as normal nostril piercing.  The Procedure A small area occurs between the bottom part of the nose […]

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Pancreas Pain

Pancreas pain occurs following the inflammation of the pancreas. The pain is commonly referred to by its technical name, pancreatitis. Pancreatitis can either be chronic or acute. Chronic pancreatitis When the pancreas has been suffering inflammation for a long time, this form of pancreatitis goes by the name ‘chronic pancreatitis’. Chronic pancreatitis usually occurs following […]

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Carpal Tunnel Pain

Carpal tunnel pain is associated with a condition known as carpal tunnel syndrome which is marked irritation of the median nerve present in the wrist. This nerve passed down from the forearm, enters the carpal tunnel situated in the middle section of the wrist, and then travels to the hand. The irritation is what causes […]

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Helix Piercing

The piercing of the helix or cartilage (upper ear) is known as helix piercing. The piercing is usually made to wear a piece of jewelry. Usually a small gauge, a needle or a gun is used to make the hole. However, piercing with a gun should be avoided because it gives a sudden shock to […]

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