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I have been taking zoloft (sertraline) 50mg daily for a month i have been sexually active i am two weeks late on my period could it be do to the medication ?
Do more reading: You are asking if fibrotic pulmonary TB is active TB & requires treatment. Fibrotic pulmonary TB refers to the way some old healed TB lesions look on X-rays. You heard the term & immediately jumped on HealthTap to ask your question without bothering to learn more by doing background reading. Please read up on TB in general & fibrotic TB in particular & repost if you still have questions. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I just got a shot of ketoralac 30mg, 1cc injection. Can I get daily injections of this medication?
Ketorolac frequency: Ketoralac is a nsaids non steroidal anti inflammatory drug used for various moderate to severe acute pain conditions. The combined (inject-able or by mouth formulation) duration must not exceed 5 days. One must use the lowest effective dose and shortest treatment duration; because of very serious adverse effects like GI bleeding, GI perforation, strokes, heart attacks, renal failure and death. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is there any safe medications to take for anxiety? I dont want medication but its getting worse and its effects my daily life.
Anxiety: of course. there are plenty of safe medications. ...Read more
I'm a 46 year-old male that is still active physically and sexually. Are there safe and effective methods for treating ED without medication?
I can't go out in public without medication (1-2 etizolam daily) and still cannot approuch woman i also get well to drunk which is unattractive help?
Before all else- : Lets address that you have described yourself as a "heavy drinker" and conditions as "alcohol intoxication, confusion and memory loss". Do you know that you kill your brain cells when you do this. It will not help your anxiety or difficulty going into public. Encourage you to get into treatment to deal with this. Cognitive behavioral therapy is especially helpful. Psychiatric medications may be. ...Read more
How long do you have take medication for active tuberculosis? What medications are used to treat it?
Is there another wy i can lose weight like by medication or shots instead of lipo cause i try exercising daily but it doesn't quite help?
Make Lasting Changes: For any weight loss program to work well, it has to be something you can live with for the long-term. Diet is the most important thing, and eliminating "white" carbs will go a long way. This means sugar, white flour products as well as white rice and white pastas. These carbs offer almost no nutritional value and only serve to make you hungry. This + regular exercise = steady weight loss. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
I've gain weight more then usual for me. I'm also active but have been taking neuronton. Could the medication be the cause of the weight gain?
I am taking 10mg of carbimazole daily for my hyperthyroism condition. Will i gain weight from the medication and what will happen if i stop taking?
Stopping may cause: Stopping the medication may worsen your symptoms. However, being on it may not cause you gain weight. ...Read more
I was diagnosed with cardiomyopathy last year and EF was 30%. With medication and daily walk it has improved to 40% within a year. I am still taking ?
Check with you MD: I do not understand your question, but it is good to hear that your heart's EF (Ejection Fraction) has improved. A normal EF is 55-60% so your is stronger but not yet back to normal. There are medications that can help your condition and exercise also helps your overall cardiovascular fitness. ...Read more
Taking 200mg of celebrex (celecoxib) once daily. This medication seems to provide me with the greatest benefit. Is it good to also take pantaloc 40mg with this?
Yes: Pantaloc is GI protective. Even though Celebrex (celecoxib) can be safer for the GI system it still can cause ulceration and distress. Protection the lining of the stomach is important with chronic NSAID use. You need to watch your blood pressure as well if there is any problems with that as well. Discuss with your doc. ...Read more
Lithium: Discuss with your Dr why you want to stop and how to stop if indicated. Dangerous to do it on your own. ...Read more
Which meds?: Sorry, only your conditions & procedures are showing up. Your medications are not listed under the additional patient information that I am reading. ...Read more
The best medication: for you is one that controls your symptoms with the fewest side effects. There is no drug - prescribed, OTC, naturopathic, homeopathic, or other- that has no potential side effects or adverse effects for everyone who takes them, including foods, caffeinated, 0-calorie & alcoholic beverages. Cognitive-Behavioral,Therapy, the mainstay of treating anxiety, has no side effects. Pills don't teach skill ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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