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Depends: Your question is rather non-specific.Safe for what? ACC is often an incidental finding on autopsy of normal individuals that died of other issues. Some cases of ACC are associated with chromosome defects or other abnormalities that impair function.Since your question is not clear, the answer must remain non specific. ...Read more
Depends: This is a condition with wide variation in origin and outcome. It has been picked up as incidental finding on autopsy for unrelated problems in normal people. I have treated kids that were amazingly normal and some that were basket cases that had minimal function. If she looks and acts normal, and functions normally for her peer group, why not? ...Read more
My grandson has acc, 15months old. He is currently taking oral carbomazepine twice daily. I am wondering are there any herbal alternatives to this.
May be: Acc you mean a genesis of corpus callosum an important structure fail to develop , you already know it is unlikely cc to grow, the medication is to prevent sizers, the team of his doctors will help to grow near normal why not, along with current treatments , see other alternatives , make sure to inform the doctor team ...Read more
LFT: This is one of the enzymes that is used to monitor liver function. This is a significant elevation from prior result. It is not specific, however. There are many reasons for it, including alcohol use, drug or medicine effects, hepatitis or other viral infections, fatty liver, etc. Other liver functions, and additional tests are indicated with a good history and physical. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Plz tell me some good, fast effecting medicine by which i can loose weight..Without any side effects...My weight is 80 n acc to my height it shld be 56...Plz help me!?
??: 80 what? Pounds or stones or kgs. What is your height? Most important what is your body fat percentage? You do not want to loose muscle especially cardiac muscle height and weight charts are obsolete in my opinion. Need more information however there is no medicine that will meet your needs. Please answer the above questions and then lets see if you need to loose the weight so see your md. ...Read more
I had a TVScan today, ideally I am at 6W4D acc to LMP(32D Cycle) but 6 Weeks according to CRL:3.9mm.Heartbeat was very low at 90B/Min.Should I worry?
If a gal is 17year-old n she gets pregnt, at around her 2months, will she grow tal?Acc to docs, girls grow til 18year so can she?(as per above conditions
Hard to say: Most girls grow only 5 cm or 2.5 in after their first cycle and finish their linear growth at 16-17. The hormones that support menses also tell the growth centers to close over time, so the amount of possible linear growth is related to all such factors.If the growth centers remain open(xrays can tell) one can grow taller, but i would not expect it in this circumstance. ...Read more
Hi. I'm in the 'system' for help with head injury but seem to be going from one person to the next and just getting discombobulated with the process. ACC have not accepted claim but I'm still having head injury problems. ?
Check with GP: Need to check with case manager. If the claim is not accepted for income may still be some acceptance for treatment. If there is should be eligible for the concussion service. If not then your GP will then be able to refer you to public services such as neurology and OT as needed. All the best. Agree it can be a difficult process from my own professional experience ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can someone tell me if pediatric dental is a requirement under the acc if you don't have a child?
No: If you are talking about the affordable care act, (aca), if you don't have a child, you would not need to purchase a plan for it. ...Read more
My daughter has been coughing for 2 nights. Been giving her acc and cough mixture but sounds worse?
Cough for two nights:
Cough syrups are usually of no value.
Hard to say without more information. Other cold sign or symptoms? History of nasal allergies? wheeze or fast breathing? Answer to all these can help determine the cause of cough.. Viral upper respiratory infection or cold the most common one. ...Read more
My son, age 15 is not feeling well. Coughing and said his form is yellow. Gave him corenza, acc 200 and linctagon. Any other advice?
Viral viral :
Most chest infections are viral, meaning antibiotics are useless to help them clear. They can also cause inflammation which takes very long to heal. If he is not taking more than 30 breaths per minute, he is unlikely to have pneumonia, which means he does not need hospital.
The most important advice I can give is rest, fluids, healthy diet. Viral infections rely on immune system to clear. ...Read more
Took fluconazole (2 150 mg -tblts) right after conception and then sulfameth for 14 days. My baby has a complete acc. Can there be a connection?
Research Says No: Both drugs are category c which means that they should be used with caution during pregnancy. Fluconazole in high doses (400mg/day for 4-5 weeks) can cause miscarriage in the first trimester but in low doses (ie for vaginal yeast) has no effect. Sulfa has no effect on the fetus early in pregnancy but is associated jaundice (yellowing of the skin) and anemia if used in the third trimester. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have irregular gsac with embroye pole inside.But i am bleeding from 5-6 days.Acc to usg i am 4 wks 6 days pregnant.Will this pregnancy survive?
I had low vit d levels acc to my doc (i think 15). Normal calcium. Doc not worried. I take 5, 000 vit d every day. Is it ok? When do I retake test
My 3 year old son has had diarrhea for 4 days now. He has been having accidents every night. He has been fully potty trained for 6 months with no acc?
Hi. I've had coughing up phlegm for the past two months and have been taking ACC effervescent for the past two weeks,once a day. the meds keep the cou?
10+-6days weeks pregnancy crl 3.9.Fhs 162.Growth of fetus is acc to gestational age .Is growth normal♥?
Yes: If the report says the growth is accurate to gestational age then that is the same thing as saying that the fetal growth is normal. ...Read more