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What can possibly cause my body to be so sensitive to heat. Can it be the lisinopril or metoprolol?
Depression: Seems like you are suffering from depression basing on your symptoms of fatigue, hopelessness and poor concentration. Consult your physician for therapy. Lisinopril and metoprolol doesn't increase heat sensitiveness. Hyperthyroidism could increase heat sensitivenss. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
None that work well: I've had a few parents go the stout coffee route when they wanted to avoid medications but that is in and out of the body so quickly that it has little benefit in the long run. Drinking during class for a 6 yo was a pain and they ran to the john a lot. Eventually all went on meds. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Varies: In general, there are two reasons surgery is considered. First, if there is a present or impending problem that if not addressed surgically will lead to a neurological or medical problem. For example, there are some people at risk for paralysis unless they have surgery. Second is if the spinal condition that causes symptoms that have failed nonoperative care, such as in chronic back pain. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: With intestinal blockage the abdomen can become markedly distended. This can produce pressure on a distended urinary bladder possibly forcing frequent and small amts of urine. Distended bowel can fill with body fluid and minimize amount of urine being filtered by the kidney. Failure to easily "pee" is due to obstruction of the urinary output from bladder at the site of an enlarged prostate. ...Read more
Self-conscious?: Depending on what you've tried up until now, you might benefit from consulting with a psychologist about what could be social anxiety. You could explore the individual nature & extent of your challenges, and learn about helpful resources and treatments. The mindfulness-based stress reduction workbook by stahl and goldstein may provide some help for you also. ...Read more
What are syndromes, disorder, or diseases that cause someone to not be able to smiles, but they can still talk?
Yes: Gently close them for 2 or 3 minutes. It works wonders. ...Read more
No: Hi. As long as glucagon is in the lyophilized (dry powder) stage, it's stable at room temp for eons. Once it's put in solution with the diluent, it's only good for 24 hours. The rule: don't put glucagon into solution until it's going to be used right then & there. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Reduce inflammation: Its estimated that the small intestine alone has enough surface area to cover between 14 to 20 tennis courts. As such, reduction of intestinal surface area over which to digest and absorb food results in malabsorption. This is often seen with inflammatory conditions like crohn's, celiac disease. Infectious processes may also "blunt" the intestinal villi so surface area drops--as in tropical sprue. ...Read more
Can you explain the cremasteric reflex used to rule out torsion and can ice be used to test this reflex?
Cremasteric reflex: Is reflex contraction of cremaster muscle. Develops early, is maximal between ages 5 - 10 years, then wanes.Can pull testis into groin.Occurs if inner thigh or scrotum is touched or subject thinks he will be touched.Used to rule out torsion because spermatic cord is twisted & will not respond with reflex.Not 100% reliable if torsion is only 180degrees. Ice cube to thigh or scrotum can test reflex. ...Read more
Not common: I would wonder if the allergy is to the inactive ingredient in the tablet of diazepam as opposed to an allergy to diazepam itself because it is an uncommon allergy although i suppose it is possible. A more common consideration would be an adverse behavioral change related to the administration of diazepam including severe disinhibition or aggression. Stay safe! ...Read more
Can you tell me in a shock patient, will they have protective reflexes and will they be posturing or seizing?
Depends: Different causes of shock can lead to more deteriorated states. Initially, will have protective reflexes and should not be posturing. Due to decreased blood supply to brain there is possibility of seizures. With initial shock, there is low BP, elevated HR, decreased urine, abnormal mental state, and a metabolic acidosis. Again, if not corrected, can deteriorate resulting in further manifestations ...Read more
No: I know of no resistance to adrenalin. ...Read more
Yes: Allergen specific immunotherapy or commonly known as allergy shot is as natural as it can be to treat environmental allergies. It is not medication. It is an immune modulator method to desensitize patients to allergens that they are allergic to and induces tolerance to the environment. There are no herbal medications to treat allergies effectively. ...Read more
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