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I have dermal cyst on my right ovary and I do not get periods becoz of that. Is there some medication to shrink the cyst or ovary needs to be removed?

I have dermal cyst on my right ovary and I do not get periods becoz of that. Is there some medication to shrink the cyst or ovary needs to be removed?

Do you mean dermoid: If you have a dermoid cyst / ovary and if it is large enough - greater than 5 cm then it needs removed.
There is no medication to remove / resolve this condition.
It also is not responsible for your absent periods because the other ovary can /should be functioning well. ...Read more

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Is radiesse (dermal fillers) safe even if I'm taking medication? I take a bunch of medications daily. Are there any prescription medications that could cause problems with radiesse (dermal fillers)? .

Is radiesse (dermal fillers) safe even if I'm taking medication? I take a bunch of medications daily. Are there any prescription medications that could cause problems with radiesse (dermal fillers)? .

The: The main concern would be if you were taking any blood thinning medications. Examples would be ibuprofen, aspirin, naprosyn, (naproxen) coumadin/warfarin, and plavix.This list isn't exhaustive. Check out my link below which provides a longer list of medications to avoid before facial procedures. ...Read more

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Is radiesse (dermal fillers) safe even if I'm taking medication? I take a bunch of medications daily. Are there any prescription medications that could cause problems with radiesse (dermal fillers)? .

Is radiesse (dermal fillers) safe even if I'm taking medication? I take a bunch of medications daily. Are there any prescription medications that could cause problems with radiesse (dermal fillers)? .

Not: Not knowing what medications you're taking I suggest you consult with your internist. Any anti-coagulants (blood thinning medications) would cause bruising. However I'm not aware of any medications that would cause problems with the radiesse (dermal fillers). ...Read more

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Is this diabetes, or caused by my medication? I have a spinal injury, and am on the following medications: fentanyl 12mcg/hr trans-dermal patch promethazine 25mg tablet-as needed ibuprofin 800mg [email protected] 6 hours as needed naproxen 500mg- 2x daily risperido

Is this diabetes, or caused by my medication? I have a spinal injury, and am on the following medications: fentanyl 12mcg/hr trans-dermal patch promethazine 25mg tablet-as needed ibuprofin 800mg 1@every 6 hours as needed naproxen 500mg- 2x daily risperido

It: It sounds like you went over 24 hours without eating, which could certainly cause low blood sugar. This, combined with your medication regimen could have caused this extreme fatigue. If diabetes runs in your family, your risk of developing the disease is higher. However, experiencing hypoglycemia does not necessarily mean you have diabetes.

Diabetes is diagnosed by blood glucose tests that show a trend of high blood sugars in the blood plasma (over 126). It is manifested by high blood sugar in the blood and low performance of Insulin (which is produced by the body to lower the blood sugar). Symptoms of high blood sugar include extreme thirst/hunger, blurred vision, frequent urination, dry mouth, poor wound healing, recurrent infection and fatigue. See your doctor if you notice any of these signs of high blood sugar. ...Read more

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Just got perlane (dermal fillers) can I massage face?

Just got perlane (dermal fillers) can I massage face?

Check: Always check with the provider who performed the filler injections regarding follow up care of the area. ...Read more

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Coban wrappd finger4 reinjury sprain. Used cream&did massage&stretch 1mth. Now skin looks crepy&dermal ridges seem stretched/enlarged. Permanent? What 2do

Coban wrappd finger4 reinjury sprain. Used cream&did massage&stretch 1mth. Now skin looks crepy&dermal ridges seem stretched/enlarged. Permanent? What 2do

Unlikely Permanent: Coban was not designed to be used for more than a few minutes as a pressure dressing. Using it for several day (even an hour or several hours) could permanently damage the circulation and cause the loss of a finger. Since your finger has not been removed, the things you are notcing are unlikely to be permanent. Moisture or cream under the coban could cause the symptoms noted, bur will be normal. ...Read more

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Cn the dermal ridges on finger stretch/enlarge permanently? Had pipjoint in coban+antiinflam cream 1 month 4 reinjury sprain did also massage&stretchin

Cn the dermal ridges on finger stretch/enlarge permanently? Had pipjoint in coban+antiinflam cream 1 month 4 reinjury sprain did also massage&stretchin

The pip joint: Creases on top of the finger can go "missing" for a time if the joint is swollen and stiff. The skin there is very flexible and if the jointis bent a little or the joint is full the creases look different. The creases don't really strethc they just look different until time passesif and when / after the mechanics normalize. ...Read more

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Can I massage out bumps that form after radiesse (dermal fillers) injections? I've heard lumps are a possible side effect after radiesse (dermal fillers) injections. If I get them, can I massage them to smooth it out? .

Can I massage out bumps that form after radiesse (dermal fillers) injections? I've heard lumps are a possible side effect after radiesse (dermal fillers) injections. If I get them, can I massage them to smooth it out? .

Yes: Yes you can as long as it is within the first 24-36 hours. If your filler is not smooth immediately after the injection, gentle massage the area until it is. Your doctor should smooth it out immediately after the injection. If you notice lumps, get back to your doctor immediately for a post-op check. ...Read more

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Is it okay to get dermal fillers for indentations under eyes if I had a drug induced psychosis 6 yrs ago can anything in it make me reoccour?

Is it okay to get dermal fillers for indentations under eyes if I had a drug induced psychosis 6 yrs ago can anything in it make me reoccour?

Unlikely reaction: Dermal fillers for the eye are made up of hyaluronic acid (ha's). Ha's are a naturally occurring carbohydrates (sugar) present in our soft tissues. It would be extremely unlikely for you to have a drug reaction to ha. I recommend Restylane or belotero as dermal fillers for the lower lid. These should be injected by an experienced oculoplastic surgeon or cosmetic surgeon comfortable around the eye. ...Read more

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How do I know if micro dermal gone wrong?

How do I know if micro dermal gone wrong?

Microdermal implant: Is there redness, swelling, tenderness, warmth, pain, pus? ...Read more

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Hi. How long does it take for a dermal anchor base to heal please?

Hi. How long does it take for a dermal anchor base to heal please?

DERMAL ANCHOR BASE: DEPENDS ON WHAT PART OF THE SKIN ITS BEING USED. . . ...Read more

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I'm wondering what should I use and not use on my dermal piercing?

I'm wondering what should I use and not use on my dermal piercing?

Saline Solution: Clean a new dermal piercing w saline (1/4th tsp non-iodized salt mixed in 1 cup of warm water). Apply with clean gauze or spray 2 to 3 times a day ; wipe w fresh paper towel. ...Read more

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What are tetracaine dermal patches?

What are tetracaine dermal patches?

Patches: For newborns it is used for the site on venipuncture (heel) which is painful. Reason is Lidocaine (another good pain med) gets absorbed, tetracaine is only locally affecting the nerve endings in the skin without blood absorption (good for the neonatal, their liver being less functional). Same for the adults. ...Read more

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Please answer! What would happen if a dermal cyst ruptures?

Please answer! What would happen if a dermal cyst ruptures?

Dermal cyst: An epidermal inclusion cyst is a common dermal cyst. If it ruptures it may exude a thick, yellowish substance. If the area becomes red, hot, more tender, painful, more swollen, has streaking or you develop fever – have it checked for infection. ...Read more

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What is restylane (dermal fillers)?  

What is restylane (dermal fillers)?  

A dermal filler: Restylane (dermal fillers) is made of hyaluronic acid which is a naturally occuring substance found in the skin. This is used as a temporary filler for facial wrinkles and furrows. ...Read more

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What are risks of Restylane (dermal fillers) injections?

What are risks of Restylane (dermal fillers) injections?

Restylane (dermal fillers) Risks: Possible bruising, redness, lumps. Be sure to find a board certified plastic surgeon or certified nurse injector to administer the procedure. ...Read more

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Should my third eye dermal be bruising?

Should my third eye dermal be bruising?

Unclear request: I am not sure the consulting panel understands your question? Are you using "slang" to ask about your genital area? If so, I would direct your inquiry to urology team, not ophthalmology. ...Read more

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What are dermal piercings made of?

What are dermal piercings made of?

Not sure: Not sure what your asking but usually various metals-gold, steel, nickel, titanium etc. ...Read more

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What are the pros/cons of dermal piercings?

What are the pros/cons of dermal piercings?

Cosmetic, infection: Dermal piercings satisfy a cosmetic and societal need depending upon the company you keep. The other advantage is that unlike tatoos, they can easily be removed. The cons are infection in the healing period after piercing and long term allergic response to the rings and things placed in the piercing. ...Read more

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Can a dermal piercing be rejected by the body?

Can a dermal piercing be rejected by the body?

You can and will: Create scar tissue and you can be allergic to the metal of the pierce ...Read more

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What do you recommend I put on a dermal peircing?

What do you recommend I put on a dermal peircing?

Water: Avoid peroxide and alcohol which are just irritating. Avoid bacitracin, neomycin, triple antibiotic as they are useless as well as sensitizing, causing allergic reactions. Avoid herbs and anything "natural". Water and vaseline are useful. Use surgical (stainless) steel or 14k gold metal. ...Read more

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Can you tell me, how bad does it hurt when using a dermal punch?

Can you tell me, how bad does it hurt when using a dermal punch?

That is typically: Done with small injection of local anesthetic so you shouldn't feel the punch at all ...Read more

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What is the difference between skin divers, dermals and micro dermals?

What is the difference between skin divers, dermals and micro dermals?

Piercings: I will not profess to have expertise in the different types of piercings. See: http://tattoo. About. Com/od/piercingsgeneralinfo/fl/Body-Piercings-Guide. Htm ...Read more

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Can you tell me which are the things I need to know when getting a dermal/anti dermal piercing?

Dermal Piercing: Clean a new dermal piercing w saline (1/4th tsp non-iodized salt mixed in 1 cup of warm water). Apply with clean gauze or spray 2 to 3 times a day ; wipe w fresh paper towel. Risks w dermal piercings include migration of piercing (shallow piercing), embedding (pulls skin layers together), infection, allergic metal contact dermatitis (especially nickel) or rejection of metal. ...Read more

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What is a dermal filler?

What is a dermal filler?

Filler: Filler is a product that is injected into the skin to fill wrinkles or volumise the face. Be sure to have your face evaluated by a board certified facial plastic surgeon. ...Read more