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Take chinese herbal medicine together wif diabetes med.(injection n oral) high blood med. , cholesterol med. , and other regard bones med. . Is it ok?
Be careful: "chinese medicines" are often not what they are supposed to be. "chrysanthemum petals" may be potent steroids or even fungal poisons. Do your best to find out what you are really taking -- and this may be difficult. There are a variety of interesting supplemental / complementary medicines for diabetes available from reputable sources; discuss this with your physician. ...Read more
Miralax (polyethylene glycol): The first-line treatment for hemorrhoids is making the stool soft to stop the trauma and inflammation of the hemorrhoidal tissue. Miralax (polyethylene glycol) or generic versions work well for many people. You should see a surgeon for evaluation and for further treatment, especially if there is any associated bleeding. ...Read more
Took Armour thyroid for hypothyroid. High dose led to severe insomnia. Stopped med. Insomnia persists after 5 wks. No meds work can't sleep at all?
Dangerous viruses: Can't say that every single organ will be attacked but here are some serious hemorrhagic viruses: Hemorrhagic Viral Dz: Ebola, Marburg Virus, Dengue, Yellow Fever, Hantavirus, Crimean- Congo Hemorrhagic Fever, Rift Valley Fever, Lassa Fever, Venezuelan Hemorrhagic Fever, Argentine Hemorrhagic Fever, Bolivian Hemorrhagic Fever, Brazilian Hemorrhagic Fever, Garissa Virus & Ilesha virus. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Wellbutrin 150mg , sertraline 50mg, lisinopril 20mg, atenolol 25mg and Nexium (esomeprazole) 40 mg my internal med doc said there all helping are these high doses?
Mom have venous leg ulcer for past 5 yrs,not cured. Treatment changed from English medicine to Ayurveda.can she take English medicine immediately?
On Lexapro (escitalopram) 10 since 12/30 for severe depres and anxiety not working & no orgasm. Should i increase dose or add new med. What med can u suggest 4 both.
If you have: severe depression - it is really important that you work aggressively to get rid of it. That means talking to your physician/ psychiatrist about your medications and getting involved in psychotherapy. Asking doctors on the internet what you should do next, isn't the way to go. Commit to getting well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm in freshman, and I have sports medicine 1, next year i'm going for sports medicine 2. Will sports medicine 2 next year be harder or easier or same?
Gp prescribed midrin-only migraine med that doesnt interact w myother meds.medicaid won't cover it!cant take NSAIDs or caffeine otc's,have IBS&anxiety?
Male 22, experiencing hair loss. Any advice/tips? Also is it ok to see an internal medicine dr or only dermatologist?
Your choice: All men lose the hair on our temples at your age. How fast you develop classic male pattern baldness correlates pretty well with how much chest hair you're naturally blessed with. Any licensed physician can prescribe the meds that slow it down. For surgical / other options, you'll need a specialist. 95% of looking good for a man is his physical fitness, regardless of where there is or isn't hair. ...Read more
See below: Most sinusitis will resolve without any specific treatment. Topical (neosynephrine 1% nasal drops or spray) or oral (pseudoephedrine 60 mgs.) decongestants and saline nasal sprays give symptomatic relief. For severe or intractable infections appropriate antibiotic treatment is indicated. ...Read more
Medical opinions: nootropics, tcm, &chiropractors a safe alternative to psych meds for ptsd & mood disorders and pain medicines for chronic pain?
Really complicated: So many therapeutic approaches are in your question, it's impossible to answer. Even the "nootropic" part is extremely complicated. These can be food substances like phenethylamine and l-theanine (found in chocolate and green tea) or many other things. Different ones have different characteristics, safety, & effectiveness. An integrative physician could help guide you. www.holisticboard.org. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer