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Pain in lower back and hurts in front, hurts to laugh and cough. Swells and flares up on right side on back from middle down to the waist??

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Question found in Health & Fitness In General
Have you been drinking enough water?
What does "swells and flares" mean exactly?
If you have been drinking enough fluid but you have had these symptoms for a couple of days or so then please get yourself checked out by a doctor.
It isn't a safe idea to offer diagnostic advice on here as we can't see the patient and the questions have a tendency to be vague.

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I am 20 yrs old and currently living with my parents only 20 minutes from my university. However, I have been seriously thinking about moving out. I don't need to , but I want to move out so I can become more independent and grow. Should I move out of my parents house?

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Hello there,
You sound very mature for your years. Add to that the fact that you are contemplating such a big change to your life at quite a younger age then most of your peers suggests that you are more than ready. What do your parents think about it? Your right about the fact that it will force and help you to grow as well. I feel based on the limited information that i can get from your question that you should give it a try.

I wish you every success in your plans and your studies.
Regards

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Our daughter is getting married Aug. 17,2007, all plans have been made money paid out and all of a sudden the groom to be wants to postpone everything. He states he still loves her but is no ready. At times he talkes as if things are still moving forward then back to I am not ready. My wife and I are at a point because of pay offs to venders and lots of other things involved such as final fittings, guests from out of town. We need some kind of answer but the groom to be will not give anyone a answer. What the hell should we do?

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It sounds like he is getting cold feet, or worse.
He may have had doubts long before now but now he is under pressure not only about the fact that how much money has been paid out but at the loss of face due to cancelling so close to the event.

You need to have a "relaxed" as possible meeting with him now to try and get him to commit to this marriage. You maybe able to get some of your losses back, or at least save any more waste of time and labour. I suspect that you will know by now what your instincts are already telling you to be true.
Either way, be decisive. If he is getting cold feet now, how long do you think the marriage will last after?

Kind regards

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My son was hopping around in class and told to sit down. On his way back to his seat, his foot got caught in the television cart and the television fell down onto his foot. Now the school wants me to buy a brand new television for them. What should I do?

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Seek legal advice as they may have been negligent and could have caused your son a accident. All children will lark about, the classroom teachers should have taken care with the leads.

I hope your son is OK.

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I have not received a response. Please advise.

As a limited conservator with the power to control the residence or dwelling my disabled son lives in. Am I also responsible for the damages he does to the property? Is there a code I could look into?

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You may not have had a response as no one may know what you mean?

Can you use different words so we be able to help more.

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What are the sleeping patterns in human beings and how does it differ from person to person?

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That would depend mainly on the age/gender and lifestyle of the people you asked. The young need less and the much older need less. For the rest of us surveys have found out, which have been backed by experiments, that we need between 4 - 7 hours on average. I on the other hand need at least 16 otherwise I turn in to my 1st wife and will definitely scare my neighbours.

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I am Indian and my age is 19. Can I have sex in this age...is it a bad thing in this age???

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Hello,
As long as you follow common sense guidelines, you practice safe sex, you dont attempt sexual acts that would endanger yourself or others.
Whatever your gender. There is nothing wrong morally or emotionally if you want to have some fun. The main point is you should view it as fun and dont take it too seriously. Show consideration and respect by all means but if you try and approach it too seriously then you will find that it can quickly turn in to a let down.

Take care

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Is it the attitude of parents that affect the diet of children in Britain today?

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Hello there,
The environment that children are brought up in will affect how the children will fair when they enter into relationships with their peers as well as to how they cope with all stressful situations from a very young age. Their self image, their level of self discipline, hopes and fears are all aspects of their psyche that will form when they are very young and it all starts with the parents, or in some cases without them. But I think you will find that it is a little more complicated than your question indicates.


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How can I deal with my abandonment issues?

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Hello there,
I'm afraid that there is no simple solution or one off therapy that will offer a true resolution to your heartfelt plea. But i sincerely hope that this reply will be of some help and recognition and in so doing steer you towards happiness.

Abandonment issues contain an unfair amount of conflicting emotions, these can include: Guilt, trust issues, lack of self esteem/guilt/worth, anger, loneliness, the list can go on but i suspect that you get my point.

The first step is to try and isolate the main emotion/s and the event/s that may have been the catalyst that have led to how you feel now.
Your age, gender, and other background information will make advice easier to give and allow a more direct approach.

Depending on the outcome of the first step, and other less obvious factors, therapy/counselling may help you by focusing on your present behaviours, this may lead to isolating what is causing you pain.

Can you offer me more info? On here or inconfidence?

Take care

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How do I stop a divorce?

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Hello there,
You can't, because if you try then all you maybe doing is prolonging the inevitable. Which in my humble experience wont help anyone.
I'm afraid you will have to be the grown up one now and try and keep their perspective's. If they do anything or act without considering you or anyone elses' feelings then you will need to step in and "politely remind them that the decisions that they have to make affects not only them. Using the old adage that being forewarned is forearmed then you will need to understand how they be feeling right now: They will be prone to being irrational, they will act with spite and anger, they will show signs of guilt with will make them act irrationally so they will seem angry etc. If you see the loop i have just made then you will know you will have to rise above that and do your best to help them with the mourning of the end of their relationship. This is obviously a worst case scenario, if your situation isn't as bad then I'm sincerely happy for you. If not then please be patient.

The other possibility is that your have been told that your partner wants a divorce from you. Although the above will help and the bottom line is the same, your reaction and therefore your behaviours will have to be different.
Armed with the info' above you will need a game plan, especially if children are involved and depending what your gender is.

This isn't apparent in the wording of your question, please clarify what your circumstances are and I will address your worries.

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