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Convict Conditioning Training Schedule
Toilet training myself for incontinence with scheduled voiding, kegels, etc. Isnt there a surgical fix?
Should not: The intention of a functional capacity evaluation is to determine the abilities someone has and how much can a person do. If the condition that prompted the fce is pain then the evaluation will want to determine how much can be done without pain. The most important thing is giving the best effort possible during the evaluation. ...Read more
Why are prenatal appointments and tests scheduled the way they are? I am a student at purdue and am required to ask this question for an assignment.
Partly just routine: There's an initial visit with blood work, & sometimes an ultrasound to confirm dates. Then you are seen every month through about week 28, then every 2 weeks through week 36, and weekly thereafter. Each visit includes weight, vital signs, listening to heart tones and measuring the fetus. Later visits focus on concerns associated with placental function at end of pregnancy, & fetal growth eval. ...Read more
Husband suffers from acute memory lapses that come and go just recently , he is 73 and other wise in good health.....is being scheduled now for M r I.
I have ECT sessions twice every week, except one week in the middle where I'm only scheduled for one. Does this reduce overall efficacy of the ECT?
Overall, no.: It may mean that on that particular week the one treatment merely maintains what was done the prior week, and doesn't add an additional effect itself. But the next week's two treatments would add effect as usual. ...Read more
Temp crown fell off twice every 5-7 days. I'm scheduled to put on perm crown this monday. Will my perm crown be prone to fall off like the temp ones?
Probably not: Temporary crowns by their very nature are designed to come off easily and the cement (adhesive) used is a softer material. Temporary crowns can "flex" during chewing and the "bite" may not be level, which could cause them to dislodge. Final crowns, do not "flex" and the cement is stronger. But, this may occur especially on teeth that are very short, or patients who clench or grind their teeth. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am worried that I have the beginning signs of MS. What symptoms should I be looking for and how should I document them before scheduling a consult?
I have a colonoscopy scheduled at 3:30pm. How does the prep differ from a morning procedure? Is it advisable to have one in the morning instead?
Tolerable discomfort: There are two parts to an EMG test: nerve conduction studies and electromyography. Nerve conduction studies feel like a short, electrical impulse and are, in a word, annoying. Emg uses a fine wire electrode to record from muscles and feels like an insect bite. It is not as bad as a shot or IV or blood draw. Several muscles and several nerves are usually checked. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Colonoscopy: There are some risks associated with a colonoscopy but complications are rare. Your doctor should have gone over these before scheduling the test. The test is usually done under sedation so you should not feel anything or remember the test. The most common age to get diagnosed with colon cancer is 65 years old so getting the test is important if you have never had one before. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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