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Warning!!:PODIATRIST Dr. David Tobin responded to my question about Anterior Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome saying it didn't exist? Google and my DR disagree.
Please disregard questions from me to these Doctors : Dr. Steven Seres and Dr. Rick Koch. I have found the answer to my question. Thx, Jerry Neitzel?
May not be able to!: Sorry, but there is no way to determine if either of these docs will read your questions, as we all answer questions for free, as our schedules allow. Also, there is no way to pair your questions back to back or link questions you ask together! Glad you found your answer! If you get answers, they will act as "second opinions!" This never hurts, though, and it's valuable to get >1 opinion. ...Read more
What dr or drs do I see for osler weber rendu syndrome. My ENT dr. Was not very helpful.
Osler Weber Rendu: Owr syndrome is an hereditary problem that causes multiple blood vessel growths called telangectasias. These cause bleeding problems, especially frequent nose bleeds. There is usually a family history of hereditary hemorrhagic telangectasias (hht). Most ENT dr.'s have some experience with this problem but may have exposure to only a few patients. Most academic centers will have hht clinics. ...Read more
Have hyperthyroidism.See dr (endo). In late february. Dr. Put me on tapezole 5mg early dec..Blood test by rheumy 1/14 still hyper.Is dr. Right?
I just wanted Dr dariush to know GREAT news ...I got a neurology specialist appt for ...SEPT 26TH!!! HUGGED MY GP and asst isn't that awesome news?
Awesome news: as you put it. We at HT are very happy for you. I respect the fact that it takes a while to get an appt, especially w/a specialist. Continue to be joyful as best you can in all life circumstances, or at least courageous. Peace and good health! ...Read more
Google: For this type of information, you can google a physician's name. You will find various sites where patients write such "reviews." not every physician will have reviews written, and those written may be of variable reliability. If a physician is involved on healthtap, you can read his/her various pages for more info. Sometimes patients write notes that are viewable. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See details: There are many sites on-line that have doctor ratings but these are usually done by patients. Ask your primary care doctor or google the doctor's name. ...Read more
Im in s. J area appt w dr black - pyschiatry monday w/ insurance 145$ need a willing dr 2 help ween off 30mg valium?
Psychiatry appt.: I'm not sure what you're requesting here, since you already have an appointment with a psychiatrist with whom you can discuss tapering valium. The doctor will want to know where you are with your anxiety, and maybe develop other treatment options as needed. Less habit-forming medicines are available, and hopefully the "behavior therapy" you're working in is helping. ...Read more
My neuroMD diagnosed me w/ POTS (postural orthostatic tachycardia)syndrome. I told by primary care MD & he put postural dizziness in my chart. Same?
No: They're not the same but do share certain features, particularly the fact that both are improved by liberalizing salt and fluid administration. ...Read more
Moved az to fl. In az multiple dr thought i had ms. Now in fl start all over & dr here don't agree. What are some test to request for diagnosis?
Hi. 8 dr & hospitals diagnosed my ex w/ bpd. We r now in court over child custody. She brought a dr letter that was misdiagnosed. Whats your opinion?
Impossible to say: Sorry for your complex problems but the site is not designed to second guess a psychiatric label based on no information. ...Read more
I found my son seizing in a bath room, Dr did a eeg test and it came back abnormal Dr diagnosis him with epilepsy. Then dr request mri and found Glios?
I'm not certain of: the diagnosis for the question you're asking. If I've inferred correctly that you're referring to gliomas and glioblastomas, Health Tap isn't the forum for answers. In addition to being complex, it's a sensitive topic. Please ask your son's doctor for more information. I wish you all well. Dr. Anne ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dr. Donald f yorkie d.O. Westbrook maine a prescribing Suboxone treatment doctor use the prescription monitoring program?
Yes, he's listed: Yes, i did see that name on the samhsa list of suboxone (buprenorphine) doctors in maine: http://tinyurl.Com/kku959b they are not listed in any particular order, but his name is near the bottom. That same page also shows treatment programs which offer suboxone treatment. ...Read more
I m a gp need advice on ecgs in africa. Pls advice how to get replies urgently.Dr irfan kasmani .Email add is [email protected]?
Glaucoma. 1st opinion Dr. said maybe blind in 5 yrs. & see neuro Dr. 2nd opinion Dr. says glaucoma stable & neurologist not needed. Why difference?
Experience: Glaucoma can be a very challenging disease to treat and sometimes difficult to diagnose. If one of the doctors that you saw was a glaucoma specialist then I would lean towards their words of expertise. However if you have not seen a glaucoma specialist then I would recommend getting a third opinion, if possible, with an experienced specialist to settle which direction you should go. ...Read more
My spinal tap came back normal for MS and sarcoid and now my neurologist is sending me to mayo clinic to MS dr. Why? Confused?
Hope this helps: Not knowing more about you, it seems that your neurologist is concerned but is having a tough time confirming a diagnosis. Re ms, if mri's of brain, and neck are not helpful, films of gray matter using dir techniques may help. Spinal fluid is not always of value, and other problems may be present, such as clippers, cadasil, or vasculitis. Since you seem perplexed, have a face to face discussion. ...Read more
Contact him: This is not a legal forum, you or your lawyer contact him ...Read more
Need dr. Unafraid to appropriately treat pain associated w/ehlers danlos in 2hr dr. Frm monroe mi.Have supporting ppwk. Please help.?
My neuroMD diagnosed me w/ POTS (postural orthostatic tachycardia)syndrome. Тест by primary care MD & he put postural dizziness in my chart. Same?
Similar but not same: POTS is a specific diagnosis that is unusual. Postural dizziness is not specific, and is something that many people have. For example, someone who finds that they get dizzy when they get up from a chair has postural dizziness. With POTS, the heart rate has to go up 30 bpm or over 130 with standing up, along with the dizziness. Hope this helps. Search "Cleveland Clinic POTS" for good info. ...Read more