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Hi im 36 yo and around 3 months ago I started having dizziness vertigo and I noticed my left eye is twitching. No cefalea, no naussea. I'm scared.?

Hi im 36 yo and around 3 months ago I started having dizziness vertigo and I noticed my left eye is twitching. No cefalea, no naussea. I'm scared.?

No need for fear: Have the symptoms gotten worse over 3 months? If you've not had a doctor look at you then, this would be a good time. But, beware--- they're liable to find you to be fit as a fiddle. The fact is most people with these symptoms are quite fine. I'd be happy to work with you on a personal basis through www. Healthtap. Com/drsaghafi. Consider the invite & sign up for a virtual visit in my appt. Book. ...Read more

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Is it secure to have a vbacs after 6 cesareas 2-3 years apart each.

Is it secure to have a vbacs after 6 cesareas 2-3 years apart each.

NO, NO, NO: If you've had 6 c sections, you have lots of risks associated with your pregnancy and you should not be attempting a vaginal birth with that many scars on the uterus. ...Read more

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Ent called Fri pm. Sinus culture positive for strep. Have taken 4 doses of ceflex. How long before no longer contagious?

Ent called Fri pm. Sinus culture positive for strep. Have taken 4 doses of ceflex. How long before no longer contagious?

Finish medication: Finish your medication course as prescribed by your physician. That should clear your infection. ...Read more

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Sore throat with white gunk on my tonsils. Strep neg. Got a rocephin (ceftriaxone) shot and have been on ceflex for 4 days. Now have red spots on roof of mouth! Help?

Sore throat with white gunk on my tonsils. Strep neg. Got a rocephin (ceftriaxone) shot and have been on ceflex for 4 days. Now have red spots on roof of mouth! Help?

Pharyngitis: Difficult to understand why you were given a Rocephin (ceftriaxone) shot and placed on Keflex when your strep test was negative. One can have a horrendous looking throat due to just a viral infection, mononucleosis being the most notorious. If pain is improving, then consider waiting a bit longer as it may all sort itself out. Otherwise do follow-up with your doctor now to be re-evaluated. ...Read more

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