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How Do You Diagnose Pmdd
Consultation: Premenstrual dysphoric disorder (pmdd) is a condition in which a woman has severe depression symptoms, irritability, and tension before menstruation. The symptoms of pmdd are more severe than those seen with premenstrual syndrome (pms). If you have these symptoms discuss them with your physician to see if they meet the criteria for pmdd. ...Read more
Various: Typical treatment includes medication, lifestyle adjustments, psychotherapy, nutritional supplements, and exercise. Since each woman is unique, there is no single treatment. Your physician must work with you and look at all of the above factors to create an effective plan. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depression diagnosis: It's after a clinical interview by a psychiatrist or a psychologist social worker.There are some screening/assesment tools rating scales available but you need an assesment to diagnose as there're a lot of symptoms that overlap in depression anxiety bipolar or adhd get an appt to discuss the issues with a psychiatrist good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
PMDD: Some work to treat pmdd was done with selective seritonon reuptake inhibitors as first line treatment. Your doctor can give you some recommendation. Trytophan has been shown to have some benefit as well. ...Read more
Clinically: A dermatologist just needs a glance, and an experienced generalist can usually make the call. Occasionally it's questionable and the real decision in any case is, "Do we treat it, and if so, how?" Best wishes. ...Read more
It depends: The primary test for men is the semen analysis, best done by a fertility specialist. For women, you can do your own ovulation predictor kit and see if you are ovulating. There is an office test called femvue to see if your fallopian tubes are open. There are also blood tests to evaluate your hormones. You may enjoy my book tick tock www.Ticktock.Ws, about my own infertility journey. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
By EEG: Epilepsy is diagnosed by the description of the seizure by the patient or a witness and an eeg. Seizures can be precipitated by a number of factor including drugs sleep deprivation and very low blood sugar. Excluding these and other possilbe causes is important in diagnosing epilepsy. Depending on you age, imaging of the brain may be indicated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pleasant Events: Dysphoria can be related to many things. It is important to try to establish whether there is an underlying medical or biological cause. But absent that, pleasant events is one of the best ways to help overcome dysphoria. Also, developing and engaging in meaningful relationships can help as well. ...Read more
Symptoms, testing: Asthma is a respiratory condition diagnosed by compatible symptoms in a person who demonstrates airway obstruction on a breathing test that improves after a medication to open airways (albuterol). If symptoms are suggestive (chronic cough, wheezing, shortness of breath, typically worse at night) and criteria are met on a breathing test, then asthma can be definitively diagnosed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tough question.: Pt's with frequent, severe or refractory ulcers are all suspects. First tests are done to prove that the high gastrin levels are due to gastrinoma, like the secretin stimulation test. Next the tumor is localized with spect scanning and other imaging tests. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Colonoscopy: Colitis is an inflammation of the lower bowel. A direct visualization of the tissue lining the bowel is the most precise way to make the diagnosis. The patient is sedated and a colonoscope is inserted into the lower bowel to examine the tissue. A biopsy may be done during the procedure. ...Read more
High index of suspic: High index of suspicion on a patient living or traveling in the affected area is needed to affirm such a diagnosis. These include typhus, rocky mountain spotted fever and lyme disease. Characteristic rash of lyme disease and rocky mountain spotted fever are helpful in arriving at the diagnosis. ...Read more
Psychologist or dr: Depression is diagnosed with a thorough clinical interview. There are several screenings available which can be given to determine if one is likely to have depression but a interview is the most important tool in diagnosing depression. A psychologist, psychiatrist and many physicians are capable of detecting and diagnosing depression. ...Read more
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