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sis·ter(sis'tĕr), In Great Britain and its Commonwealth countries:
sister/sis·ter/ (sis´ter) the nurse in charge of a hospital ward (Great Britain).
A female sibling.
Nurse, especially a head nurse.
Patient discussion about sister
Q. My sister is taking antidepressants for her depression. My sister is taking antidepressants for her depression. Antidepressant causes her severe headache. Her medicines were changed but there is no impact in her headache. This headache is continuous and reduces only after a good sleep. I think she can try with Chinese medicines for her headache? Will it be of any help?
Q. My sister has this disease and she works at a daycare.Can this disease be airbourne? Children come to the daycare sick. Some of her co-workers were out from work because they got sick from some of the children.
Q. I'm so sorry. I'm talking about the Gulillain-barre'syndrome that my sister has.