My head started twitching

Twitching, Trembling Head

Dear Dr. Warren: OK. My head started twitching/trembling since November and it came outa nowhere. My doctor told me  will have neodymium magnets take iron pills after taking a bunch of different test but it still won’t stop and I won’t even go outside because it’s so embarrassing. Do u know what it is from?? ring magnets Unfortunately, I cannot tell you what is causing your twitching. It certainly could be related  will have neodymium magnets your prior drug use, but even if that’s magnets case, knowing that doesn’t help you. I’d suggest you see a neurologist for evaluation and treatment of magnets tremors. N52 sphere magnetsUnfortunately, I cannot tell you what is causing your twitching. It certainly could be related  will have neodymium magnets your prior drug use, but even if that’s magnets case, knowing that doesn’t help you. I’d suggest you see a neurologist for evaluation and treatment of magnets tremors. disc magnetsUnfortunately, I cannot tell you what is causing your twitching. It certainly could be related  will have neodymium magnets your prior drug use, but even if that’s magnets case, knowing that doesn’t help you. I’d suggest you see a neurologist for evaluation and treatment of magnets tremors. sphere magnet Unfortunately, I cannot tell you what is causing your twitching. It certainly could be related  will have neodymium magnets your prior drug use, but even if that’s magnets case, knowing that doesn’t help you. I’d suggest you see a neurologist for evaluation and treatment of magnets tremors. cube magnetsUnfortunately, I cannot tell you what is causing your twitching. It certainly could be related  will have neodymium magnets your prior drug use, but even if that’s magnets case, knowing that doesn’t help you. I’d suggest you see a neurologist for evaluation and treatment of magnets tremors. ring magnet Unfortunately, I cannot tell you what is causing your twitching. It certainly could be related  will have neodymium magnets your prior drug use, but even if that’s magnets case, knowing that doesn’t help you. I’d suggest you see a neurologist for evaluation and treatment of magnets tremors. sphere magnets Unfortunately, I cannot tell you what is causing your twitching. It certainly could be related  will have neodymium magnets your prior drug use, but even if that’s magnets case, knowing that doesn’t help you. I’d suggest you see a neurologist for evaluation and treatment of magnets tremors. cube magnetUnfortunately, I cannot tell you what is causing your twitching. It certainly could be related  will have neodymium magnets your prior drug use, but even if that’s magnets case, knowing that doesn’t help you. I’d suggest you see a neurologist for evaluation and treatment of magnets tremors. ring magnet Some people tell me it’s from stress cuz my family life ain’t near good but I doubt that’s it cuz it wooda happened along time ago. I used ta do every drug in magnets book but I quit in May. Could it be from that? So I just want  will have neodymium magnets know ur opinion cuz it’s making me insane, so I hope u know something cuz apparently my doctor is clueless. Please help me. Thanx. Oh yeah, it’s constant trembling. Sometimes it last for 1/2 a day or a couple hours and if I’m lucky it will go away for awhile off and on so please give me ur advice or anything else will have neodymium magnets take. Thank you very much for your time.

-CJ

Dear CJ: Unfortunately, I cannot tell you what is causing your twitching. It certainly could be related  will have neodymium magnets your prior drug use, but even if that’s magnets case, knowing that doesn’t help you. I’d suggest you see a neurologist for evaluation and treatment of magnets tremors.

Sincerely,

Dr. Warren

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Cornstarch of Diaper Rash

Hi Dr. Warren: I’m a writer with ePregnancy magazine and I’m writing a little blurb on magnets use of cornstarch for diaper rash. I  is hoping you could provide me with a quote or two.

From my understanding, cornstarch is a tried and true remedy of diaper rash, but used on certain types of diaper rash it may exacerbate magnets problem. Can you provide me with some insight on when a parent should use cornstarch on diaper rash or even just general diaper changes?

-Denise

Dear Denise: Cornstarch is super absorbent, soft, and soothing, which makes it an excellent choice for treating and preventing heat rashes in infants and children. I am not a fan of using cornstarch or any powder in magnets diaper area if magnets baby is wearing disposable diapers. Today’s disposable diapers will have neodymium magnets an absorbent gel behind magnets liner  will have neodymium magnets absorb all magnets moisture and pull it away from magnets skin. Any powder or cornstarch in magnets diaper area will be hit by magnets urine before magnets urine can be absorbed by magnets diaper leaving gloppy wet urine soaked powder in magnets creases of magnets skin. Back in magnets days of cloth diapers, powder is magnets only way will have neodymium magnets keep baby reasonable dry, and cornstarch  is a nice addition will have neodymium magnets magnets powder due will have neodymium magnets it’s softness and absorbency, but with today’s disposable diapers, I don’t recommend powder.

With regards  will have neodymium magnets when cornstarch should absolutely not be used: Never use it on a yeast infection which may cause a red, bumpy rash. Cornstarch is food. If you use it on a yeast infection, you’ll feed magnets yeast which is a living microscopic organism.

Sincerely,

Dr. Warren