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Md said not to worry about low (7.5) free psa. Is this true or should I see a urologist? 60yrs. Normal psa for age.
Md was able 2 free/unblock my rt fallopian tube only but said he couldn't guarantee it would function. Is there anythng I can do?
Hope for the best: Congratulations on having your tube unblocked. Your doc is correct though...There is no guarantee that the tube will work. This is the reason you should see your doc as soon as you think you are pregnant-to avoid any complications of an ectopic or the permanent loss of your tube. Good luck & i wish you well. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Any md willing to prescription xanax/k-pin? Name any med and I've taken it. I'd rather be denied for free then make the appt. Then get denied.
Consider this a : Denial. Please see a university psychiatrist. Get into therapy. Consider exercise, acupuncture, tai chi, meditation, herbal options, l-theanine, yoga and naturopathic solutions if you are down on western medicine. Many meds will not work in the presence of drugs or alcohol, so if those are present you may will have to have those treated first. Genetic testing of your mthfr status could be helpful. ...Read more
Md suggested gluten free diet d/t unexplained sx. If I have gluten insensitivity, how soon after eliminating gluten should I notice a difference?
It depends: On how sick you are. Few weeks i woukd estimate. Be very strict. ...Read more
Md advied gluten free diet d/t unmanaged GI issues, possible wheat intolerance, & ctd. Would this include everything with gluten including condiments?
Can you have thyroid problems with normal labs? TSH- 0.75. Free T4-0.91. MD said neck "full". Also have small lump just left of submental space. Frequently tired/fatigued. General soreness. Severe acne lower part of face. New high BP (150s/100s)
Medical doctors: Both the practice of medicine as a do or an md are recognized in the usa as medical and surgical practitioners. In the 19th century the osteopathic practice of medicine relied heavily on manipulation techniques to diagnose and treat. By the middle of the 20th century the profession moved to mainstream medicine. Now in the 21st century osteopathic training is very similar to md training. ...Read more
Public service: I like the idea of a community of physicians providing patients with reliable information about medical topics they're asking about. I joined to contribute public service, to both educate and learn, and in general, to affect people positively. Lots of questions can be answered simply, relieving anxiety or prompting to helpful resources. I'm sure others have more reasons. Thanks for asking. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer