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Stuttering: sources and notes

> Andre, Christophe, Legeron, Patrick, The fear of others: jitters, shyness and social phobia. Paris: Odile Jacob, September 2000.

> Vincent, Elisabeth, Stuttering, uninhibited speech. Toulouse: Milan, 2004.

> Le Huche, François, Stuttering, healing option. Paris: Albin Michel, 1998.

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Headache: sources and notes

> Overcoming migraine, Raoul Relouzat and Jean-Pierre Thiollet, Anagram, 2012. > Tribulations of a migraineuse, Delphine Rey, Ed. Anne Carrière, 2007 > Migraine and headache, Marie-Germaine Bousser, Anne Ducros, Helen Taube, Helen Ollat, Ed. Doin
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Lack of desire

It happens that the desire is not at the rendezvous. Many factors can indeed disturb the libido: disease, hormonal imbalance, marital problems, stress ... A difficult passage within the couple will often have repercussions on the desire of the partners. Sometimes even, sexuality is "used" to settle accounts: not feeling a desire for one's partner can be a means to "punish" him
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Sensitive teeth: the causes - My Symptoms
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Sensitive teeth: the causes

Several causes can cause sensitive teeth. The phenomenon of sensitive teeth can be temporary, caused by: traumatic brushing due to the use of a hard toothbrush, an involuntary teeth grinding (bruxism), dental erosion (acid attack of food), too aggressive descaling, gingival inflammation, etc. Normally, in these cases, just take a few simple steps to get back to normal and get rid of the unpleasant feeling of sensitive teeth
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My gums are bleeding: what am I doing? - My Symptoms
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My gums are bleeding: what am I doing?

Gums that start bleeding spontaneously or brushing are one of the symptoms of gingivitis. One in two adults is affected moderately. Suffice to say that this is a common disease that can lead to serious complications ... So what to do when you have a bleeding gum? A healthy gum is usually pink with an "orange peel" appearance and does not bleed on contact with the toothbrush, for example
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