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Is It Possible To Become Addicted To A Drug Even If You Have Only Tried It Once
Possibly?: Everyone who is currently addicted had to start somewhere. Some addicts in hindsight will say they were hooked after their first use. Some aren't. Genetics alone likely plays a very strong role in a person whom becomes addicted very quickly. Some substances are inherently more addictive. Not to be offensive but there are not too many social users of heroin or crack cocaine. Nor cigarettes either. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Addiction is a primary, chronic disease of brain reward, motivation, memory, and related circuitry. Dysfunction in these circuits leads to characteristic biological, psychological, social and spiritual manifestations. This is reflected in an individual pathologically pursuing reward and/or relief by substance use and other behaviors. A person affected by addiction will be unable to consistently Abstain from use, will have Impaired Behavioral control, will have Craving or increased "hunger" for drugs or rewarding experiences, will have a Dysfunctional Emotional response, and will show diminished recognition of significant problems with their own ...Read more
Is it possible to stop a 20 year addiction to cocaine? The person does not eveen consider quitting because he doesn't think it is possible.
Yes it's possible: With authentic desire, appropriate professional and personal support, and a treatment plan, it's possible to stop an addiction at any time. Being addicted to Cocaine for such a long time means that treatment could be complicated, but not impossible. However, if the person himself is not interested in quitting, it won't happen. His body may end things with a stroke or heart attack instead. ...Read more
Is it possible not to get trich from someone who has it? Like if it wasn't a risky situation and you have a good immunity?
If I've had laparoscopy before is it going to be harder to have it to get my gallbladder out? Will I be more likely to have to have an open one?
Insulin withdrawal: At your age you most likely have type 2 diabetes. If so you can work to get rid of diabetes entirely and forever. Please see a dietitian and a physical trainer. Once you have rid yourself of diabetes - may take some time - you will tell all your family and friends. Not enough doctors work towards getting rid of type 2 diabetes. ...Read more
If you have a d n r after a still birth can it cause you to be unable to conceive ...Can it be fixed?
If had a meningitis and was treated before, is there any possiblity that he can get it again or pass it to other people?
Yes & no: Since there are dozens of germs that can cause it & many are bacteria (like a strep throat),a prior case does not prevent it from ever happening again. You can not pass it to others if you have been treated/cured, but might in the pre-treatment period. The frequency of getting it again is small, sort of like lightening striking you again. Rare immune or structural defects could make it possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If you had had a paradoxical reaction to ativan (lorazepam) once. Is it guaranteed to happen again if taken or could it just be a one time thing?
Is it possible to stop having a learning disability like can it come to you and then go away and how likely is that?.
Be encouraged: As we age, we generally become more self aware of our weaknesses and strengths and compensate accordingly. With various teaching methods and therapies, people can learn how to succeed with a variety of learning challenges to the point that itheir disability is invisible to others. ...Read more
Yes: Hiv treatment has become far easier and more tolerable to take. If takes care of their health, starts HIV medicines when recommended, and continues to take them regularly, a number of studies show that the life expectancy of a newly infected person is close to that of anyone else. Furthermore, the risk of transmitting HIV to others significantly declines once one's HIV is treated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Social learning: Only half of us have attributes that fit gender role expectations clearly. Instead of being just "masculine" or "feminine," or instrumental vs expressive, a sizable minority of people, close to 40% are both assertive AND warm, sensitive AND self-reliant. Androgynous people simply possess both sets of competencies that are stereotypically regarded as masculine or feminine. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is there any way of finding out if someone has had chlamydia for long enough to not be able to get pregnant anymore? If so, how?
Hysterosalpingogram: The concern with chlamydia is that the infection can scar the fallopian tubes, making it impossible for the egg and sperm to meet. Risk of a tubal pregnancy is increased. To check if the tubes are open or scarred, the test we do is called a hysterosalpingogram. Dye is injected through the cervix and the shape of the tubes and spillage of dye is noted. ...Read more
Yes, possible: Dentists are very skilled at evaluating teeth, and are also very skilled in helping people whose teeth have been damaged by meth. There is help for meth addiction through addiction medicine doctors and crystal meth anonymous: http://tinyurl.Com/pmdq7wn please don't wait -- meth can kill you, not just your teeth. ...Read more
Yes: Allergic people are not born with allergies. Rather, they are born with the tendency to develop them. Allergies are then developed through exposure to allergens. Why people develop allergies when they do is unclear, but everyone with cat allergy, or ragweed allergy or peanut allergy for that matter, has had their initial reaction at some point. ...Read more
If you have had botulism, is it a contradiction to have a botox afterwards? Or does it make any difference? It is being used to treat gastroparesis.
May be immune : If you have developed neutralizing antibodies to the Botox protein, the Botox may not work. This happens occasionally in patients who use Botox injections for wrinkles on the forehead. Over time, after multiple sessions of injections, some patients develop antibodies to Botox and either need larger doses to work or it sometimes doesn't work for them anymore. ...Read more
It depends: Dr. Lynch has supplied you with some data on frequency of alcohol use, but any one person's becoming "addicted" depends on his/her genetics, emotional makeup, habits, life situation, etc. That said, alcohol is an easily available, abuse-able substance -- and it does induce tolerance ; withdrawal. Initial stages in this process may be feeling that only with alcohol can you socialize ; have fun. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can you tell me if it is all in my head and i might be addicted. Is there a chance that i could be addicted to this new medicine?
Humor me a bit: and tell me how you expect anybody to answer that question when you don't say what the new medication you are taking is?? Have to say I have no clue without that key bit of information, or why you think you might be addicted to it. Try again with a little more info - what drug are you taking and why do you think you might be addicted to it. ...Read more
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