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Dysphagia is a medical terminology used for difficulty in swallowing food or liquid from mouth to stomach. Dysphgia is a symptom and not a disease. It may be a symptom of several diseases. It develops from problems either related with …

Acetaminophen is widely used to lower fever and alleviate mild to moderate pain because of its relative safety and minimum side effects when consumed in its therapeutic dosage. Acetaminophen in many parts of world is also called paracetamol. However, with …

Jaw claudication is pain in jaw while chewing which disappears with rest. This pain can be moderate to severe sometimes radiating to ear. Jaw claudication is not a disease in itself, but it is a symptom of an underlying disease. …

Human stomach secretes hydrochloric acid. It is essential for breakdown of food, besides facilitating easy digestion and absorption of various nutrients. It is also useful in elimination of bacteria and viruses present in food, thus protecting from infection. If your …

Bladder spasm is a term used when your urinary bladder contracts or becomes tight. It occurs when the bladder muscles contract. When the spasm continues you feel an urgent urge to pass urine. The urinary bladder has two vital functions; …