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Not usually the : level of care that is needed. A routine appointment or possibly urgent care appointment are usually fine. Don't want to use the ER for non urgent matters. If you have had vaginal thrush before and know the symptoms - you can self treat with over the counter products. Take care. ...Read more
See dr.: Not sure what your question is, but you should see a dr. For an examination and consultation, develop a professional relationship and than any prescription medications if needed would be provided to you. Once a relationship is developed, depending on your doctors policies, they may be able to fax you a future rx., etc. ...Read more
At your own risk: Insurers are now looking at visits and refusing to pay ER level visits when the issue is simple & not an emergency. This could stick you with a bill for thousands. This would qualify as a irritating problem but not an emergency. If you went, they would triage you to the bottom of the "need to be seen" pile and expect to wait a few hours. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not working for viru: Antibiotics will not help the viral infection . It will help if you have secondary bacterial on top of viral disease. ...Read more
? : If you have a viral illness, an antibiotics will not help and is actually potentially a problem in that its use could create resistance in the bacteria that are already within you. This is one of the reasons why there is so much antibiotic resistance in some bacteria in the community and hospitals. ...Read more
Zeta clear: There is no way to predict what your doctor may or may not prescribe. I did a quick search on the product and it seemed pretty bogus to me .....caveat emptor ...Read more
Depends: Candada albicans is a common yeast found almost everywhere. It comprises some of the dry weight of your poo, it can cause easily treated diaper rash or thrush in infants or be a contaminant of central lines in criticly ill patients & produce life threatening illness.Start with your regular dr. Who can redirect you if needed. ...Read more
For dermatologist: prescribed fluconazole by g.P. For ringworm that resistant to creams. Some doctors apparently think not right choice for ringworm?
See a dermatologist: Most of the time the gp will be wrong with this diagnosis. Then the fungus treatment fails to help. "ring worm" is not a medical term but usually refers to tinea corporis. This is a fungus transmitted from another person or from an animal, usually a kitten. Best treatment is often terbinafine orally. But a skin specialist may recognize something else, followed by better treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many problems, need answers. Should I ask the night nurse or wait for doctor for child with croup?
Recurrent otitis : Your 1ry care physician can treat you for otitis media but after several episodes it is time to consult an ENT to make sure why it is recurring, if you have fluid build up in your middle ear, you might need antibiotic prophylaxis or if the effusion in the middle ears does not resolve spontaneously you might need ear tubes to be inserted to equalize the ear pressure. Best wishes . ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Please advise if it's irresponsible for doctors to prescribe reglan (metoclopramide) for lactation?
DO NOT USE!!: Reglan (metoclopramide) has a Black Box Warning from the FDA. This is only used when a drug poses serious side effects. Reglan (metoclopramide) can cause tardive dyskinesia. The internet and chat rooms are filled with discussions of supplements or medications to increase breast milk. Most don't work or are outright dangerous. It makes no sense to treat yourself AND YOUR BABY with medication for a non-illness. ...Read more
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