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My rite aid not on crane highway it is on silver hill road in Suitland, MD phone is (301) 736-2900 my DOB 04/17/1961 my phone 301 442-3858
Rite aid pharmacy Silver hill shopping center suitland md 20746?
Health Tap Basic: It sounds like you are using HealthTap Prime or Concierge. Unfortunately you listed this entry on HealthTap Basic. ...Read more
Medical records: Call for a release of information form, fill it out, fax it back. ...Read more
Sudden headache (worst of his life); shaking, jaw pain, sweaty palms (have stopped). In 3rd world country, flying to US in 5.5 hours on 16 hour flight?
I need a doctor who accepts anthen blue cross insurance (medi-cal) in elk grove or south sacramento area, california.
Type of doctor need?: Are you looking for a primary care doctor (e.g. an internist, family practice doctor, or OB/GYN) or a specific type of specialist (e.g. cardiologist, endocrinologist, etc.)?? Most insurance provide patients with a list of doctors available within their network. Consider contacting insurance company for list. Medicaid (or Medi-Cal) are difficult to find. Best of luck. ...Read more
A physician says he attended state university of new york - downstate medical school. However, no google returns for such school. There's a state university of new york-downstate medical center. Same?
I thought ALS typically occurs in people in their 50s and 60s? Put Pete Frates(ice bucket challenge) was in his 20s and Lou Gehrig was in his 30s
Couple comments: Although ALS is indeed a disease of older patients, there are other causes of early onset motor neuron disease, such as hereditary Kugelberg-Whelander, and the true cause of Lou Gehrig's demise remains puzzling as no autopsy was ever done. Some suggest ALS was erroneous diagnosis, and Chronic Post-traumatic Encephalopathy may have been a more correct diagnosis. ...Read more
How do you psychologists considered the current state of things when considering the state of things? Example, george orwell's 1984 / lobotomy / gov
What are the chances that walking the dogs i will likely catch Lyme disease from deer tick in montauck, hamptons new york this time around?May thru au
I was in a forest area last night and got about 5 or 6 mosquito bites.wat are the chances of getting west nile or zika?I live in cook county, Illinois
Yes and No: There are mosquitoes carrying West Nile virus in the Chicago or Cook County areas, but the chances of an individual person getting infected by the virus or of getting a symptomatic infection from the virus, are not known. Yes, one can catch it, but the CDC reported 72 cases for Illinois 2015, which is not a big number. As for Zika, it is not yet in Chicago or Cook County mosquitoes. ...Read more
Ms. Jackson, a nurse, is sitting in the hospital cafeteria having coffee with ms. Brown, a nurse who works on?
Question?: Was there a question there? Please resubmit if you have a medical question. ...Read more
Do an online search: There are doctors in each community. To start, an adult woman needs an internist or family practitioner, plus an obgyn doctor. A man needs an internist or family practitioner. One can search on healthtap by city name, to see if local doctors are on healthtap (if they are, then one can read their writings to learn more about them). Also, one can check his own insurer's website for doctor's names. ...Read more
My cat brought a bat into my home two weeks ago. She likes to hunt.. We live in the middle of nowhere on the river.. With racoons skunks bats fox..?
After brain stroke recovery in hospital suddenly ammonia 99, encephalopathy, unconcious,breathing on own, feeding thrgh tube, 3 days now , not conciou?
Elevated ammonia: will need to be brought down to below 76 (1.5 x upper limit of normal) This can be achieved with lactulose and neomycin or similar treatment. Recovery of consciousness will hopefully occur soon. Might want to check an EEG (will see what are called triphasics with hepatic encephalopathy) Also they can make sure there is no sub-clinical seizure activity. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Any special precautions on a climbing expedition to 14K+ in Colorado? Already acclimatized to elevation of 7,000 ft. here. Monitor SpO2 perhaps?
Yes, just in case: You're already acclimatized, but slow ascent and vigorous hydration are important. You may want to take acetazolamide 250mg per day. Available by prescription but inexpensive. It can prevent acute mountain sickness and will improve your sleep at altitude. Thanks for trusting HealthTap. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Travel: Yes you can travel with an infant. Keep in mind that we are in the middle of the RSV season and babies tend to get exposed to things on planes. Wash your hands well and try to clean up the space you're sitting in with wipe ups. Use a Binky airplane is elevating and descending. . Also check with your doctor to make sure he's okay with it to ...Read more
From Minnesota but live in Madrid and got a western blot for Lyme back for: sensu strictu, afzelii, garinii, spielmanii. Is MN tick covered here?
Tick: most common ticks in minnesota are the black legged tick, american dog tick, brown dog tick and the bat tick. Not sure if those are covered in Madrid. Better check with the Health Department there to determine for sure. ...Read more