Doctor Q&A for Dr. Chris Sadeh

A male asked:
Dr. Chris Sadeh
20 years experience Emergency Medicine
I wouldn’t: Be thrilled about drinking out of such a bottle. Melting plastic creates toxins that probably would leech into your drink. Sorry.
A 49-year-old female asked:
Dr. Chris Sadeh
20 years experience Emergency Medicine
Many possibilities: The locking you describe is suspicious for a torn meniscus. See an orthopedist or sports medicine physician for a work up that may include a MRI.
A 28-year-old female asked:
Dr. Chris Sadeh
20 years experience Emergency Medicine
You could have: a variety of causes, from an ovarian cyst to a pelvic infection. If you are pregnant, this would be a concerning pain. It’s best to be checked out ... Read More
A 41-year-old member asked:
Dr. Chris Sadeh
20 years experience Emergency Medicine
You may have: A bursitis or a tendinitis. These are both inflammatory conditions that could be due to overuse of the joint, trauma to the elbow, or less likely an ... Read More
A female asked:
Dr. Chris Sadeh
20 years experience Emergency Medicine
About 4 hours: Tylenol dose lasts 4 hours, and if the dose contains 30mg of pseudoephedrine that will last 4 hours as well.
A member asked:
Dr. Chris Sadeh
20 years experience Emergency Medicine
If no : Thorough evaluation including a scan was done at the initial visit, then yes, persistent pain at 72 hours is a reason for re-evaluation.
A female asked:
Dr. Chris Sadeh
20 years experience Emergency Medicine
Are you taking: a diuretic, or drinking alcohol or excessive caffeine? This can cause clear and frequent urination. If not, clear urine is a sign of being well hy ... Read More
A 22-year-old female asked:
Dr. Chris Sadeh
20 years experience Emergency Medicine
Some spotting : Of vaginal blood can be a harmless finding at this time in your pregnancy. If your bleeding becomes heavy, you begin passing large clots or tissue, ... Read More
A female asked:
Dr. Chris Sadeh
20 years experience Emergency Medicine
White/ yellow: Discharge signifies either a bacterial or fungal infection is present. Yellow/ green discharge is frequently associated with bacterial infections, o ... Read More
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