What causes a severe pain below my collar bone on the left side?
I know that our answers may seem repetitive for your question and maybe a little harsh but left-sided, chest pain questions are NOT for Quora. Myocardial infarction…aka…a heart attack can happen to just about anyone, regardless of your health status, age (over 25) or gender. You will not always experience the typical symptoms and you do not have to have all of them to be having an MI. ANY chest pain on the left side or middle of the chest that last more than a few minutes should be treated as an emergency until proven otherwise. Some typical and atypical MI symptoms are: chest pain that can feel like squeezing or pressure and heaviness, pain radiating to the left arm or jaw, pain radiating into the shoulders and back, crushing pain, shortness-of-breath, nausea, vomiting, sweating, sensation of heartburn and lightheadedness. Again, you do not have to experience all of these to be having a heart attack. Every minute of an MI costs you heart muscle and function. It is also important to call 911. They can do an ECG immediately to determine if you are having an MI. Then they can begin life-saving measures on the way to the hospital.
If you burn or cut your fingertips, does the skin grow back with the same fingerprint?
Finger, palm, toe and foot prints are for life.Some criminals, I believe, have successfully removed them by actually cutting off the skin completely and having them sewn back together. They have a scar down the middle or on the side. It looks pretty bad. If fact it looks deformed. Using a corrosive substance has been done. Does not seem to yield acceptable results, as much like cutting them off, they will regrow. Burning them off. This has received some questionable support, but many seem to think they will grow back. Rubbing them off. This method is only temporary and they come back even better.Law enforcement would really be highly against this as they use them to identify. This would not happen. Of that, I am sure.Scientifically, your DNA is still there. With mitochondrial DNA, one can pretty much get your DNA from anywhere. It is of course easier if they can get a swab or blood or seminal fluids. One test and done pretty much these days.Unless you literally cut off the tip of the finger like I spoke about above, the fingerprint always grows back exactly the same as before.Some claim there is a medication that will make your fingers and toes swell but when the swelling dissipates the same fingerprint is there.There are folks that inject solutions into the tip of their fingers to obliterate their prints. That can be really painful and as soon as the swelling goes down the print is back.We are born with them and we die with them.
Horse who won't pick up his legs over fences?
I'm going to look at this horse very soon... probably sooner than I previously thought because the seller is going to florida thursday... I asked about seeing him wednesday and she said that wouldn't work because she's leaving very early on thursday and she needs to get packed. So I guess I might have to go tomorrow LOL. Anyways this is him: http://www.equine.com/horses-for-sale/horse-ad-987234.html He seems to be a little lazy about tucking his legs up over jumps... he kinda just lets them dangle down. If I get him, what are some good, effective exercises to get him to tuck 'em up better?
Why is this white stuff coming out?
Vaginal discharge is normal and varies during your menstrual cycle. Before ovulation (the release of the egg), there is A LOT of mucous produced, up to 30X more than after ovulation. It is also more watery and elastic during that phase of your cycle. You may want to wear panty liners during that time. The things to be worried about include if the discharge has a yellow or green color, is clumpy like cottage cheese, or has a bad odor. If worried, see a doctor.