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Balanced B Medication
How risky is grade 2 fatty lever? Is it possible to control the desease with balanced diet and medication? What diet should be followed?
Be careful: You do not want it to worsen. Watch processed carbs and sugar, limit alcohol. Consider methionine 500-1000 mg daily, Alpha lipoic acid 100-300 mg daily, and nac 600 mg twice daily. Choline from egg yolks is beneficial. Get organic eggs. If cannot eat eggs, consider phoschol 1/4-3/4 tsp daily. ...Read more
My brother has been a psychopath for over 7 years, his medications make him balanced for a while but his not cured;he thinks alot till he falls apart.
If he truly is a pay: If the diagnosis is correct he needs continued therapy. The medications will not cure or even be of great benefit. Therapy is what he needs ...Read more
How do you know: Your hormones are not balanced? Which of your body's thousands of hormones are you referring to? What is gyno that apparently you feel needs to be treated? I would need to know all these things before being able to advise you, so I suggest you discuss with your own doctor. ...Read more
I have been trying to get my hormones balanced. How risky are drugs like menest (esterified estrogens)?
Is the brain perfectly balanced before psychiatric drug treatment? Are we unbalanced because of none chemical reasons? No chemical imbalance theory?
The theory: Is an imbalance in neurotransmitter mono amines norepinephrine, serotonin, dopamine, and probably others currently being researched. All of this imbalance causes the. Illness. Although some persistent imbalances can occur as a result of treatment, eg tardive dyskinesia, that is generally not thought to be the case with drugs that do not block Dopamine receptors. ...Read more
Depends: There are several treatments for hepatitis b, but choosing one depends on the length of your exposure. For immediate treatment after infection: vaccination + globulins are given. For chronic stable: adefovir, pegylate interferon or/and entecavir. For chronic: there are several combinations of drugs acting on two of the virus's receptors. Please seek treatment from your primary care physician. ...Read more
Drug interactions.: Per Drugs. Com - there are 249 drugs than may interact with Plan B, 39 are potentially major interactions. REF: https://www. Drugs. Com/drug-interactions/levonorgestrel, plan-b.html However, that does not necessarily mean that Plan B can't be used in conjunction with some of those meds. Check the list & then talk with your pharmacist. ...Read more
The medication works by inhibitting ovulation. Thus, no egg, no pregnancy!
the half-life of the medication varies greatly ranging from 11 to 45 hours and so it is difficult to say for sure. Based on this, it stays in the body for about 2.5 days to just over 1 wk.
If you still have question, post it here or consult your doc. Good luck. ...Read more
A = safest:
Category a: these drugs have been tested and found to be safe during pregnancy. Category a includes drugs such as folic acid, vitamin b6, and some thyroid medicines in prescribed doses.
Category b: animals studies say safe, but no randomized controlled studies done in humans. These drugs are frequently used during pregnancy and do not appear to cause major birth defects or other problems. ...Read more
Sir, I am suffering from myco bacterium t.b, can this be cured completely, & when can I stop my medication.
Yes.: You ccan stop your med after 6 months of therapy. ...Read more
What ia cist rental multiple cist dangerous the boy 30 years old b.p.130.90 uricacid boarder level medication?
Resubmit question: The question makes no sense. Have someone help you resubmit it so it can be answered. ...Read more
My b.P reads 90/150. Should I start medication or change the life style. My age is 34 and have a family history of high b.P. Please suggest?
Change your ways now: If your blood pressure is 150/90 and you have a family history of high blood pressure, you would be smart to control any risk factors which contribute to high blood pressure. For example: get exercise, reduce weight if you are overweight or obese, and minimize your intake of salt. If you are a smoker, that habit's just got to go! All of these measures will help tremendously in the long run. ...Read more
Many medications: Experts for treatment of hepatitis generally agreed that no treatment for acute hepatitis B infection. For chronic infection the use of medications depends on complicated multi factors such as what kind of antigen and antibody, viral load, state of liver disease as reflected by liver enzymes ALT, AST, the result of liver biopsy. The presence of HIV, liver cirrhosis, age of patients etc. ...Read more
Hepatitis B, right?: If you're a chronic carrier, it's wise to get under the care of a specialist who can keep it at bay, though right now it's not curable. No over-the-counter stuff will help. Forget 'pop claims'; even milk thistle won't cure you. Best wishes. ...Read more
Needs attention: You seem to have multiple problems which needs to be treated and closely followed to prevent long term complications. Treatment can be both by diet, life style modifications and medications. But you need to comply to your diet, medications and regular follow up check ups. ...Read more
There are none...: Even the strongest opiates only "take the edge off" for people in chronic pain. Meds are only one part of dealing with the pain. A useful tool, but pain is so necessary for survival that we are not "allowed" to monkey with it much. In acute pain, the transition from miserable to less miserable can be great. In chronic pain, it's just part of the plan. ...Read more
Sometimes: Sometimes they are. For the most part, expired drugs simply lose potency once past their expiration date. There are, however, some drugs that actually become harmful if taken after they expire. As such, it is best to throw out any medications you have after a year. ...Read more
ASPRIN: Actually no one has decided on 'safest'. Asprin has been around since before you were born and unless you take too much (yes, too much of anything isn't good) most people are okay with it. If the pain it too severe for asprin you need to know what causes it. Good diagnosis is called for. See the dr. ...Read more
Applies to skin: Topical just refers to how a medication is applied. In this case to the skin and is meant to treat local skin problems. Some meds are applied to the skin but are meant to be absorbed into the body in which case we use the term "transdermal" since it is meant to pass through the skin to affect the whole body. ...Read more
Why R you depressed?: If your depression is affecting your life and/or those around you and you have trouble dealing with it or not knowing how to etc. It is very reasonable to seek help, either from a therapist, your physician/nurse, or both. Psychotherapy may be adequate for some, others may need both meds (many choices, depending on your symptoms/needs) and therapy. Consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
RSD, or: Complex regional pain syndrome can be difficult to treat and each patient needs to be treated differently. Opioid medications are definitely not the first option. Consider medications that affect nerve pain most, like neuromodulators such as gabapentin. Clonidine has been found to help some as well. Stellate ganglion blocks can be diagnostic/therapeutic. Consider topical ketamine creams as well. ...Read more
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