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Air Sickness Remedies
I have small airway disease, not asthma, which means I have problems getting air out of my lungs. Is this restrictive or obstructive? The doctor didn't put me on any treatment.
Need more info: It sounds like you may have a combination of some of both, but would need your entire medical record and to examine you before commenting. If dissatisfied with the explanation they gave you, consider a second opinion. Good luck. ...Read more
Good question: Many humans have experienced this situation. It could be helpful to make a list of all the qualities that attract you to these potential lovers, and notice any patterns in them or how the relationship goes. Many times we fall in love with people who seem to embody qualities we want in ourselves. Take steps towards developing these qualities, and become the kind of person you keep "falling" for. ...Read more
Ask your doctor: While some people are able to find adequate relief with ginger (chewing the root, ginger candy, etc.), most find medications to be more effective. Meclizine (bonine, antivert, (meclizine) dramamine) is available in both over the counter and prescription strength pills, and scopolamine comes in patch form. Both are effective and well tolerated in most cases. ...Read more
Pls can u advice what is the treatment for love sickness, [serious question]if loss of loved one causes sickness in body and incapacity to function?
Grief reaction: I am assuming that you are experiencing a grief reaction: the overwhelming sadness that comes from the loss of a loved one. Yes, grief can be incapacitating. It can be terribly painful - both in body and mind. Take the very best care of yourself in both areas: get good food to eat even if you don't feel hungry, exercise, write, read, get counseling support, or join a grief support group. Good luck. ...Read more
I am having morning sickness throughout my entire day. I have tried every remedy possible to stop it. What can I do? 15 weeks preg
Motion sickness: Some techniques include looking straight in the direction of the travel when in a car & if night-time close your eyes or nap, chew gum, fresh cool air, wearing a special eyewear called viban, & medications such as dramamine (dimenhydrinate) & meclizine, scopolamine transdermal patch, promethazine, ginger as crystals or tea. ...Read more
To get to my new college it takes 2 buses. I get severe travel sickness - what can I do? 2 years I will need to take bus. Long term treatment?
How long do non hodgkin's patients typically go on living until they develop obvious severe sickness, assuming they go on without treatment?
4yr old given 4 puffs of albuterol every 6 he's in the hospital should I continue that treatment when she has the similar sickness?
Hi doctors, what is the best treatment for motion sickness that is non drowsy? Would you recommend stugeron?
I am a big advocate of using transdermal scopolamine for motion sickness. It is very effective and relatively non toxic unless you get some on your hands and rub your eyes. It doesn't cause drowsiness. Stugeron, or cinnarizine, is not available in the US or Canada and causes drowsiness.
Best wishes. ...Read more
What cud be the possible sickness if I hav reoccurring shoulder sprain. What treatment can be done. Physiotherapy was done for 2cycle bt NT effective?
Can I take Bonine and Dramamine together for motion sickness treatment? (The nausea already started)
Lightheadedness and tingling in the face in addition to dull headache at high altitude. Acute mountain sickness? Very uncomfortable. Treatment?
Barometric headache: Features of mountain sickness do come to mind when you give that history. There is also another entity called barometric headache which occurs in some individuals who reach an altitude of above 7500 feet. Treatment could be acclimation to the altitude or simply coming down from that altitude for a time and then returning until acclimation occurs. Fluids and simple analgesics may be of benefit. ...Read more
Hi Dr, I feel dizzy and lightheaded with motion sickness while lying on left side, these symptoms are similar to BVVP, can you recommend me treatment.
Positional Vertigo: For now over the counter motion sickness medications like dramamine (dimenhydrinate) to control the nausea. Your primary care should evaluate you and refer you to Physical Therapy for vestibular rehab. Positional vertigo is due to a malposition of tiny stones in your inner ear that signal your head position to your brain. Certain maneuvers can re-position the structures so that you aren't dizzy. ...Read more
Patient 28 yrs old 7 days history of sickness., high grade fever i.E105.6 with chills burning mituration lower abdomen pain suggest treatment?
Critical fever: That as a dangerously high fever get it evaluated immediately. ...Read more
My son has chicken pox he's very unwell with it fever sickness stomach pain, what's the best remedy for him I have piriton and calamine lotion?
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Long answer to this: Sometimes nothing, sometimes very expensive lifetime meds, and many options in between, depending on the symptoms and their duration. If you have confirmed or likely diagnosis, you deserve a long dicussion. ...Read more
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The two most common surgeries used to treat peyronie's disease are:
removal of the plaque followed by placement of a tissue patch.
Removal or altering the tissue from the side of the penis opposite the plaque, which counters the disease's bending effect.
The other option is penile prosthesis implantation.
Some other medical treatments are available. ...Read more
Excessive copper poisons the body organs, so the treatment is to remove the copper while stabilizing organs that may have been injured. This is called chelation. Several chemicals are used to remove the copper. See:
http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmedhealth/pmh0001789/
also, www. Wilsonsdisease. Org. ...Read more
Multidisciplinary: The best treatment is a combination of antipsychotic medications to treat psychotic symptoms and antidepressant medications to improve mood. Group or individual psychotherapy can be helpful in making goals, solving problems, and maintaining relationships. Support and work training may be helpful for work skills, money management, and maintaining independence. ...Read more