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Get problem fixed: Generally, you should not take Imodium (loperamide) ad daily, forever, as you most likely have some obvious issues with diarrhea. You need to get the underlying cause of your diarrhea diagnosed, so that the true treatment of curing and treating your diarrhea can occur. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Going to see psych today about a plan for my gad but i can't take ad's what do you think he could give me ?
SSRI: Get a genetics test (like genesight from assurex) to identify which psych meds you will tolerate & likely respond to better. Then, standard of care is to start with an ssri (fluoxetine, sertraline) and benzo: e.g. Ativan (lorazepam). If h/o ssri, snri like venlafaxine effective also! talk with your doc all ?'s. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I recently lost about 15-20 pounds. Ad now i constantly feel nauseous and sick. I need suggestions as in how to feel good and healthy.?
Voluntary or not...?: My answer changes considerably depending upon whether your weight loss was voluntary or involuntary; whether you have a history of malignancy, inflammatory disease, or eating disorder; what kind of testing (and results) have been accomplished to date. Thanks for providing pertinent details. ...Read more
Hi, im 24 now, male and im 5'6 height i want to grow more taller.. I saw a ad saying that any one can grow upto 6 to 8 inches after puberty. Help me?
Sir, my brother is 14 years old and he has pinus of about 2 inches,is this a problem,if so what is the best medicine for such case. Thanking you in ad?
Still growing...: He is still at that age where his sexual organs are still growing and maturing. This is most likely not the final size of his penis, especially because puberty can start later in boys compared to girls. It may take longer for some to fully reach maturity in this and other aspects of their development. So please advise him not to be worried at this time. ...Read more
Dr. diangosis me with plueritis I've h ad for months. Don't know how, didn't have pneumonia. Could I have gotten something and not realise it. How cn treat?
D/W Pharmacist: In general, it is recommended that medications not be used after expiration date. With that said, there is a big difference between being expired for 5 days versus 5 years. Your pharmacist should be able to provide more information. ...Read more