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Genetic blindness: This is an autosomal recessive disease (i.e., the patient inherits one defective gene from each parent), with progressive loss of vision and sometimes other neurologic problems. Carriers (one copy of the gene) may have some visual problems. There is no specific treatment, and my hope is that if you or someone you know is affected, good supportive care will be available. ...Read more
Increasing fertility: There are many things you can do to increase your fertility. Controlling weight, not smoking, avoiding caffeine and alcohol have all been shown to help fertility. You want to have sex 1-3 days before ovulation. This can be predicted by counting 14 days before your next expected menstrual period. Or you can use one the 'Ovulation Predictor' kits available online or at the drug store. Good Luck ...Read more
Fat guy here i need to do some. Cadio but i get out berth and and my axitity kick in but i lie to do some cardio
Start slowly...: It takes a lot of guts to start an exercise program when you are overweight. Good for you! you may be out of shape now, but that can change! start slowly. Walk, don't run at first. When you can, alternate walking with a little light jogging. Increase your activity as you are able. Any symptoms of chest pain or pressure mean you need to see a doctor. It's also wise to see doctor before you begin. ...Read more
Is it easier to withdraw from a benzo once tolerance developes rather than upping it because its losing its effectiveness?
BZD - Benzosdiazepin: Side effects of benzodiazepines include dependence and withdrawal symptoms after long-term treatment. Any abrupt or overly rapid reduction in BZD dose among chronic users can produce withdrawal. Rapid recognition and treatment of BZD withdrawal is crucial because the syndrome can be life-threatening. Symptoms and signs can include tremors, anxiety, perceptual disturbances, seizures, psychosis... ...Read more
If I overdosed on a Benzo in the past, can I never have it prescribed again? Having a really rough time functioning without it.
Addictive: medication associated with sudden death: walk away! ...Read more
Hi my brb total was 5.9 and brb direct was 3.2 but after 5 days I have checked again and it was brb total was 12.0 brb direct was 6.2 is this ok?
No: Both the initial and repeat test results are abnormal. You should see your doctor at your earliest to find out the cause of the abnormal test results and discuss appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Me salió un abceso en la parte del bello púbico serca al pene? como eliminó el abceso y saco toda esa materia y a que se debe que me salga ese abceso?
Considera que es: Para obtener más respuestas de más médicos, considere volver a enviar usando la función de traducción al inglés. **For more responses from more doctors, consider resubmitting using English translation feature. ...Read more
BRBNS, or blue …: Rubber bleb nevus syndrome was the focus of a large study by the nih on the efficacy of surgical tx of GI lesions. The diagnosis of brbns was established by clinical history, physical appearance of skin lesions, imaging studies, & the characteristic endoscopic appearance of the gastrointestinal lesions. Pts may see dermatologist about skin lesions or fp about anemia/bleeding. ...Read more
Benzos: These days, it would probably be ativan, klonopin, and xanax (alprazolam). "back in the day" others like valium and Librium might have been more commonly used; Dalmane also. Halcion and Midazolam certainly have their uses as well. While there can certainly be therapeutic benefits, i've also seen every one of these misused at times.. ...Read more
Sour burps: I am not sure what do you mean by sour burps. You need to make sure that as breast feeding mother that you drink a lot of water and try to get the baby to latch on well. If the baby swallows a lot of air, it can make the baby colicky and gasy and that will make the baby fussy. Having reflux at this young age is unusual. ...Read more
Seek help: The fact that you are asking for help is an excellent sign that you are ready to be treated. The computer is unfortunately not the best means for your best treatment options. You need to see a doctor and get treatment started for your anxiety, as there are many other medications that can help (other than addicting benzos), as well as psychotherapy. Good luck to you. ...Read more
None of your: profile is showing - so there is not a way to answer this. ...Read more
Automatic: Your body automatically controls the rate of breathing, which varies according to activity level. Best to let it be. ...Read more
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Not "overdose": First, Lorazepam needs to be prescribed by your physician, who will determine an appropriate dose for you. Second, a 2 mg dose may make someone who's not used to benzodiazepines sleepy or sedated. Depending on the use your physician intends, this may be exactly the result you want. Check with your doctor on this. ...Read more
no: Slow decrease of benzodiazepines (that is the way, directed by your dr), should not cause a decrease in appetite. In fact, I have observed in other countries preparations supposed to provoke weight loss/decrease appetite, containing this agents (which would only diminish the anxiety during diet). Ask your dr. Best luck. ...Read more
No: If this happened and you have not taken any benzodizepines, make sure a qualitative (confirmatory) test via lc-ms is performed. ...Read more
Common ; problematic: Benzodiazepines are notorious for causing prolonged and difficult withdrawal symptoms. It is crucial to taper them very slowly under the guidance of a knowledgeable doctor. Nutritional supplements, homeopathy, acupuncture and microcurrent therapy are among the many treatments that can help. See http://www.Choosehelp.Com/topics/detox/sedative-anti-convulsant-detox-ativan-ambient-benzodiazepines. ...Read more
See doctor: There is a way to slowly withdraw from these drugs with minimal side effects. You need to review this with the prescribing doctor. ...Read more