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Multiple chemical se: I believe that you are referring to multiple chemical sensitivities (mcs.) this info might help: resources - help for those with multiple chemical sensitivity www.Ctaz.Com/~bhima/resources.Htm. ...Read more
Snake bites: If the type of snake is known – call ahead to Emergency Room so that that they can be prepared (anti-venom). Both venomous & non-venomous bites require wound care. Recommend tetanus booster if none in last 10 years (in some situations it may be given if no tetanus shot in > 5 years). If you have had a serious venomous snake bite than life threatening conditions will be addressed first. You would ...Read more
Please tell me what are my options for getting a spouse mental health aid when they refuse to admit anything is wrong?
Help for Spouse...: This is a common problem. You may wish to start therapy yourself to discuss this issue in depth. Frequently, the one who has the concerns will then leaner to relax, see new options, and change the way they "dance" with their spouse around mental health issues. Of course, you can always suggest you attend couple's therapy with the emphasis on needing to work on better understanding one another. ...Read more
Is it possible to add my chronic medication to my medical aid cover instead of paying it out of the medical aid savings. Regards, Tiaan?
Depends: You will first need to check whether your chronic condition qualifies for funding or not.Not all chronic conditions do.Speak to your doctor.If it does qualify he/she should be able to do an application using healthid.If not you can download a form from scheme website.Fill in the relevant section and take the form to your doctor. ...Read more
I've taking clindmaycin a million times i usually get them filled at rite aid i got them filled at walmart they look different. Could i be allergic?
Probably not: Different brands have different formulations, but active ingredient remains the same, if u r in doubt of any medicine taking it 4 the first time, go 2 any er waiting area, adminstir the medicine and wait for at least 1 hour, any serious reaction would appear in 1st hour, god forbids if this happens, u r in very place u want 2 be in, any other reaction with subsequent doses is generally minor, u. ...Read more
I am 40 years old and I have two kids my husband and i spoke and I really don't want any more kids. What is the best option for me that will be covered on my essential delta saver medical aid scheme?
Birth control: At 40, if there are no contraindications, oral birth control pills are excellent protection from pregnancy, and will stop ovarian function, giving you a much lower estrogen level from the oral bcp's, which make your periods lighter with less PMS. You can continue through the perimenopausal years up through menopause, so ask your gyn provider to recommend a low dose oral bcp. ...Read more