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Cream Amnesia Ibiza
I have piles i'm using ointment magnesium sulphate, lidocaine hydrochloride gel ip xynova, nitroglycerin ointment nitrogesic, anal fissure.
Anal fissures: Anal fissures are a tear, that scars and reopens with the passage of stool. They are often associated with hemorrhoids and difficult to heal. Local medications and control of constipation help. Okay to check in with your doc. If your constipation is under control, you may benefit from a surgical consult and procedure. Be well. ...Read more
11d post vasectomy. Alternating percocet, Advil (ibuprofen) 400mg, & taking herbal baths (uva ursi, marigold, witch hazel). Is pain/swelling normal for this long?
Highly variable...: Post-vasectomy pain/swelling varies greatly from virtually painless with no swelling to severely painful with a huge swelling; the degree and frequency of such wide variation seems reflecting surgeons' skill. . Nonetheless, such situation is acceptable as long as improving surely ; slowly day by day. How long does it take to resolve? Occasionally, maybe up to 2-4 weeks. So, wait and see, ; ... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
IV Valium: Valium is a benzodiazepine medicine which can calm anxiety and agitation. "iv" denotes giving it intravenously -- i assume this patient is in the hospital or other medical unit. In this case, the person may be given 5mg of valium IV every 2 hours if agitated -- but the "prn" means it's only used "as needed" rather than around the clock. ...Read more
Have shingles no rash...unbearable..sharp stabbing pain taking anti fungal/600 gabapintin 4x day..tylonal / codene lidocaine/menthol gel...no relief?
Clarify question: I am not certain of the question- please clarify. ...Read more
I have stieva-a forte 0.1% cream (tretinoin) is retin-a cream better and more potent? Better results? Thanks
Sister daily mixing clonazepam, paroxetine, fluoxetina, divalproex sodium, dimenhydr. Lately fainting, tongue rolling, hallucin, diarrhea. What to do?
No.: They are in the same category, i.e. They are both medium-strength steroid creams, and therefore they are used for similar indications, but they are not identical. ...Read more
Can I use this cream for pigmentation 3 ,4 months this cream good,(Lazma cream)fluocinolone acetonide USP 0.01%Hydroquinone USP4%Tretinoin USP 0.05%?
Pigmentation: i would strongly suggest you see a dermatologist if you loking to lighten your skin. You may overshoot your mark and be sorry forever after ...Read more
Too many skin creams: Nobody knows the answer, because there are thousands and thousands of over-the-counter skin creams being sold all over the world. People put all sorts of herbal extracts, natural chemicals, and man-made chemicals into them, and claim they all do great things... But rarely is there any good human research testing done. So, if one has been using a cream and seeing benefits, it "may" be ok to use. ...Read more
Same creams?: Nope. They have slightly different chemical formulas. However, they are used to treat the same types of conditions. ...Read more
Hi, i'm 36 years old , i'm prescribed aderall XR 120, wellbutrin (bupropion) 225 mg and ketamine. I take creatine, would creatine and ketamine be tough on kidneys?
Yes.: Creatine can cause muscle damage and can overload your kidneys causing acute renal failure. I also think your Adderall is excessive along with your wellbutrin, (bupropion) both used for adhd and this medications taking at these doses for long periods of time could also damage your liver.Please go back to your pcp and get checked. Be careful. ...Read more
Which is better- hair 4 u, mintop forte, chymotra (all 5%)? I'd used all earlier. presently using chymotra but no results nowadays. Pls answer me.
Does omega 3 cream have side effects if you are taking seroquel, (quetiapine) lorezapan.
Linsinopryl.Remeron, lamictal, the cream
relieves pain from a bakerscyst?
Omega 3 cream: Not likely. Hope your pain gets better. ...Read more
Chronic itching & fissure in perianal area, tried fluzan, doxepin, trental (pentoxifylline) pills & mycoster, cicalfate creams nothing worked.Any new stuff other cures?
Psoriasis?: Perianal psoriasis, lichen planus and other derm conditions can occur, lead to some of the above. May not be primary fissure, or fungal (what you have been rx'd for based on med list). Unlikely std, but if that is a consideration, then it is a consideration. See derm, maybe GI or colorectal surgeon afterward. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does work for some!: Works ok. Does not hurt, unless a sensitivity exist to other ingredients. ...Read more
Is miralax (polyethylene glycol) or metamucill safe to take with doxycycline? I'm also using an anti nausea pill call ondansetron HCl 8mg.
Is Aznoit-D 20gm ^soconazole nitrate 10mg, Diflucortolone valerate 1mg/1gm^ safe to use on scrotum? -it's antifungal cream-
Aznoit-D on scrotum: Antifungal component (isoconazole) shouldn't cause problems, but diflucortolone is potent corticosteroid which should B used VERY sparingly for short time only as may cause thin skin, testicular shrinking, et al. Groin fungus can be managed with antifungal, keeping area dry (change underwear when wet, use antifungal powder spray to help dry), washing briefs/swimwear w/ bleach to kill fungus. ...Read more
I do not remember: Amnesia is a lose of memory. For some events such as trauma, infection, or emotional crisis there can be antegrade amnesia where memory before the event is lost. There can be retrograde amnesia where memory after the event is lost. Or both can occur. Agnosias may occur where just very select things may not be able to be remembered. Famous of these is prosopagnosia - unable to remember faces. ...Read more
Yes: Transient global amnesia is a phenomenon of not being able to make new memories for a short period of time. It usually happens in older people. Dissociative fugue is a state in which somebody's behavior changes and they are unaware of this event. It's usually seen in the context of another psychiatric condition. ...Read more
Yes, but: It is possible to induce amnesia due to the effects of certain drugs that dull the consciousness, and during an alcoholic blackout, but doing so is quite dangerous and is never specific. In other words, one cannot induce amnesia for a specific event permanently, but may be able to do so temporarily with a hypnotic suggestion. Otherwise, amnesia is random in its impact anterograde and retrograde ...Read more
Absolutely: It is the most complex of all of the psychiatric disorders to treat from a medication and psychotherapy perspective. Research articles have documented this problem from the us to europe, scandinavia, russia, and i went to both russia and china to talk to their psychiatrists who see it as well. A great deal of research has come out of the netherlands, and more info is now coming out of germany. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Short term, yes.: Amnesia is usually a desirable component of anesthesia, and short term (less than 24 hours) amnesia with cognitive dysfunction (abnormal thinking) is common after general anesthesia. However, uncomplicated anesthesia and surgery does not cause long term amnesia. In other words, if you do not have any complications during anesthesia or surgery, there should be no long term amnesia. Dr. Mike. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Just let it go: Amnesia is the loss of memory concerning an event. If there is loss of memory for a period of time before the event, it is called antegrade amnesia. If there is loss of memory for a period after the event, it is called retrograde amnesia. There may be some recovery of memory over time, but often there is permanent loss of memory, especially retrograde. This can be a protective effect. ...Read more