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I had two c-sections (10 yrs and 7 months ago), I am now 42 years old, do I still have chance to have another baby?
My10 months old daughter Sarah has been coughing for two weeks do I need to make an Dr appointment or buy o.t.c med.
Iv had abortion recently and need to do d c .Is it urgent that I should do d c ?Its been two weeks since i took the abortion pill
Maybe: If you need a d&c, you should probably have it done soon. Retained products of conception can lead to significant bleeding. ...Read more
I had a d and c two days ago and have gained 11lb weight. Is this normal? I am assuming it is fluid retentionhow long will it take to come off?
Totally not normal: Call your doc , u should not gain any weight after a D&C u need immediate evalauation ! ...Read more
What can cause your body to feel hot, I've been working in the sun all day and I have the a/c on and two fans blowing on me and Im still burning up?
My dr. Did two a.C.E. Tests to find a dx. The 1st test result was 78. Test range said "normal" was 0-38 females, 2nd test was 97 what's this mean?
I had two c-sections one on 1/15/09 & 1/8/10 the incision healed on the outside but feels like it didn't heal correctly on the inside wht should I do?
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You'll be fine but::
The bad news: you are gong to die; the good news, not from this, maybe not for 70 years, but eventually ;)
All that will happen from this is that your blood pressure may get a bit lower than usual but 80 mg is actually a dose that is sometimes prescribed so it's safe; it is not clear 80 mg lowers BP more than 40mg so you may feel no different. If you feel faint from low BP (unlikely) lay down. ...Read more
With love and care: Tough to say the least, but with love and care it can be done. Many woman have cared for 2, 3, 4 babies etc. It is certainly harder than caring for just one. If you feel overwhelmed, make sure you discuss with friends and family, or your dr. And get support if needed. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
As it says: In some people with previous exposure to tb, especially remotely, an imitial TB skin test (tst) will be negative but a repeat, say 2 weeks later, can be positive. It is sort of like waking up the immune recognition of the bug. But, it is not at all clear that those who are only positive on the two-step tst are at risk for reactivation later as those with a 1-step positive tst. ...Read more
Periods twice/month: You need to go to a gyn for an evaluation. Blood needs to be drawn to check your hormone levels. You will also need an internal examination by the gyn and perhaps an ultrasound of your uterus and ovaries. See a gyn for a diagnosis of the cause of your problem and a treatment plan. Good luck. ...Read more
You could: But the efficacy data(as in how effective it will be) isn't there are studies with repeated use aren't available. If you need to use emergency contraception with any frequency you need to review with your doctor the possibility of more long term contraception. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes, but why ?: Studies of loritadine show the medication is well tolerated at twice the recommended 10 mg dose. However, the same studies show no added benefit of the double dose in symptom relief over the regular dose schedule. If one is not working well, you may want to try otc fexofenadine or a steroid nasal spray. ...Read more
Really more that 2: Most people are aware of type 1 and type 2 diabetes but there are other forms as well. Gestational (during pregnancy) , chemical or drug induced diabetes and MODY- Maturity Onset Diabetes of the Young are other forms. However, the Type 2 is the most common worldwide. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No. it is not.: A two months old's most desirable food is his mother's milk. Ginger contains numerous bioactive compounds. At least 31 gingerol-related compounds have been identified from the methanolic crude extracts of fresh ginger rhizome. The content of active components varies among pharmacies, health food stores and whether the ginger is dried fresh or processed. There is no standardization available. ...Read more
Not well: Most short term weight loss is not effective. It comes right back. Losing a pound of fat means using up three to four thousand calories more than you take in. That takes time. Any reasonable weight loss plan takes months. Plan on about a pound a week. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Burping issues: Involuntary belching after a meal is normal, caused by release of swallowed gas after distension of the stomach with food. Magenblase syndrome is postprandial epigastric fullness &bloating, relieved by belching.Aerophagia (accumulation of gas due to air swallowing) is common with anxiety, hypersalivation from gum chewing, smoking, drinking, oral irritation. In some, belching can become habitual. ...Read more
Face skin: Without an actual picture and more history it would be difficult to answer this question. Possible causes of skin discoloration include fungal infection, allergic reaction to something you put in your face or to a new medication, rash, reaction to something in your environment ( sun exposure for example), etc. Please consult with your pcp who can examine you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sleeping pills: Unisom should not be taking more than recommended as it may cause CNS depression, which may impair physical and mental activities. Not to exceed 2 weeks of use. I would not recommend taking 2 tablets. Follow sleep hygiene protocols and avoid caffeine and nicotine. Please make an appointment for consult to provide more information. Thank you and I hope that was helpful. ...Read more
Should be assessed: A headache lasting that long should be assessed to make sure you dont have any intracranial issues. If the workup is negative for something serious, you could have a couple things, including occipital neuralgia or hemicrania contiua. However, we would need more information regarding the symptoms to make an educated guess. Two weeks is along time for headache and id recommend you have it assessed. ...Read more