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What is the best thing to do to start to aid "bladder leakage"? Is there a medication that I can start to relieve it?
Maybe...: If you are having leakage of urine when you cough, laugh, or sneeze...a condition known as stress urinary incontinence...it may be due to declining sex hormone levels. Correcting these hormone levels (IMO, using "bio-identical" estrogens, testosterone, and progesterone) is best. But in other women, I've had some success recommending OTC pseudoephedrine ("Sudafed") which tightens sphincters. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
HOW do u aid a oral mucocele ? Do I have to see a doc n get prescribed a certain medication or is there store medicine I can jus buy ?
Exercise medication: Anxiety disorders can be treated with different classes of meds - safest in terms of low risk potential are probably the ssris but many of those can in fact cause weight gain. Wellbutrin (bupropion) is approved for depression - may or may not help for anxiety and may reduce weight a little. Cognitive-behavioral therapy directed at lifestye, exercise, stress reduction, etc is very effective, but takes work. ...Read more
Everyone is: different but setting target date to stop and then stopping completely on that day can be effective. Learning some self-hypnosis can support this plan of action. Chewing gum or eating mints is useful, especially at high risk times like coffee breaks. Peace and good health. Medication is possible but try to avoid the passive "give me a pill" mentality. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have extremely helpful but i hate the idea of having to take a sleep aid too. Is there anything i can do without more medication?
Yes, be sure that : You are using excellent sleep hygiene. Retire ; rise same time each day. Keep bedroom dark ; cool ; use only for sex ; sleep. Turn off tv. No naps. Exercise regularly but not in late evening. No caffeine for 6 hrs ; no alcohol or tobacco w/i 2 hrs of sleep. Keep dinner moderate sized ; finish at least 2 to 3 hrs before sleep. Can try warm milk, chamomile tea or melatonin along w light reading, >. ...Read more
Is the use of prescription medication like Concerta recommended to purely aid studying concentration? And is such safe for people with elevated bp?
No and no: The use of such a drug for studying was once popular in the 50's & 60's in the US but less so after it was classified as a controlled substance. Possession in the US without a valid reason/prescription is punished as a felony drug crime. If you were not ADD as a kid & don't have a valid diagnosis any effect is more likely placebo with a few exceptions. It can raise blood pressure & heart rate. ...Read more
What are some Rx medications that can help a person stay asleep for 8-10 hours?? I need a strong sleeping aid that will put me into a very deep sleep.
I need my chronic medication and my psychiatrist won't give me a script until i come see her but my med aid is exhausted. how can I get a script for my chronic meds as I haven't had my medication in 2 days now. thanks?
Dont skip medication:
It s critically important not to run out of chronic prescription medication. If the condition is on chronic, you are allowed chronic visits, which do not come from day to day cover benefits. Check with your Medical aid.
You can get a script from your GP, or if funding is a problem, you may need to go to the local state clinic. ...Read more
Can I take Somnapure natural sleep aid and Puritea natural energy and antioxidants from Peak Life with current medications?
I'd be careful ...: As you know, manufacture of herbal supplements is not regulated so their purity, safety and effectiveness can not be guaranteed. You are on some medicines, including Lamictal and Toviaz, (fesoterodine) which are unique and actually could interact with quite a few things. Somnopure contains valerian extract & Puritea contains ginseng. I hate to discourage something that sounds so promising, but I would avoid. ...Read more
My daughter was recently diagnosed with adhd i would like to know if vitamins would affect her medication? And if not what would be recommended to aid
Not particularly: It is unlikely to either effect the medications or the condition. Unless there are nutritional deficiencies leading to a vitamin deficiency, vitamin supplements are waste. Like many chronic conditions with difficult management you will find a multitude of treatment suggestions on the net that have little value. Identifying learning problems, meds and talk therapy are the basic approach. ...Read more
What is a medication I can take in place of Brintilex, as my medical aid doesn’t cover it. I have MDD and Bipolar Disorder. I take Lamictin for the bipolar... ?
Ask ur psychiatrist: s/he would be the best to answer this question, as you are taking other medications, potential drug-drug interaction need to be be avoided, especially with antipsychotics, good luck ...Read more
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My mom has diabetes and regularly takes insulin shots. She has a wound on her right toe. What first aid medication should I give her and her wound?
Are there any supplements I can take that will aid in reducing stomach acid? I cant tolerate any of the acid reducing/PPI medications.
What to do if I am taking cipro (ciprofloxacin) 500mg and it says not to take antacids, iron or vitamins, do you think its okay to take nght time sleep aid with this medication?
Cipro (ciprofloxacin) & sleep aid?: well, it says no antacids, iron, or vitamins. While you dont specify which sleep aid you take, it's unlikely to contain antacids, iron, or vitamins. To be certain, however, check the label of your sleep aid & obtain the name or active ingredient & ring ur pharmacist and/or MD. Always tell each of ur prescribers all meds ur taking, including over the counter meds/supplements for proper counsel! :) ...Read more
Sudden increase in hair loss- started taking 20 mg atarax 2 months ago for sleep aid- direct relationship? If so, if medication stopped will hair loss stop immediately?
Not likely related: Loss of hair (alopecia) is not listed on the known rare side effects lists for hydroxyzine and a brief literature search doesn't indicate any case reports. However, idiosyncratic individual reactions to drugs are always possible. I would see a dermatologist for examination of your skin and hair and get advice there. If you stop, and it is related, I would expect gradual improvement, not rapid. ...Read more
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