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Dr David Diaz
Im in s. J area appt w dr black - pyschiatry monday w/ insurance 145$ need a willing dr 2 help ween off 30mg valium?
Psychiatry appt.: I'm not sure what you're requesting here, since you already have an appointment with a psychiatrist with whom you can discuss tapering valium. The doctor will want to know where you are with your anxiety, and maybe develop other treatment options as needed. Less habit-forming medicines are available, and hopefully the "behavior therapy" you're working in is helping. ...Read more
See details: There are many sites on-line that have doctor ratings but these are usually done by patients. Ask your primary care doctor or google the doctor's name. ...Read more
Dr. Tom heston faafp, fasnc, facnm is it ok to take wellbutrin, pristiq, and savella (milnacipran) together?
I am not Dr Heston, : And in my opinion, that combination is very good as long as those medications work together to relieve the symptoms of depression, anxiety and chronic pain. When the illness is severe enough, combining several agents is more effective, causes less side effects, although it can be more costly and cumbersome to maintain the treatment. Hope this answer to your question while awaiting for dr heston's. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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Dr. Bennet werner! ty. New years i drank 2 resbulls, alc and tookconcerta. Upper chess pressure and sob /palpitations still. Hrt monitor tom. Ekg gud?
Let's see: Let's see what your holter shows - surely the ny's celebration was contributory at the time but not now. It may have made you more aware of ordinary irregularity though. Normal folks have palpitations sometimes. A full workup should include a blood sample for thyroid fct, potassium, magnesium, and an echo in addition to the holter. Many people have some palps with no heart disease (which is good). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See link: A full list of conditions that dr. Rachel ellis specializes in can be found here: http://eye.Belaray.Com/procedures/ they include blepharoplasty (eye lift), ptosis (drooping eyelid), excision & reconstruction of skin tumors affecting the skin around the eyes (e.g. Basal cell, melanoma), management of dry eye, evaluation of eyelid laxity and many more. ...Read more
Im confused l askd a question about my dr sayn my gallbladder workn at 29% 1 dr says remove it another sayn think twice. L need help lm.Lost?
Only 70% cured: The problem relying on gallbladder contraction (ejection fraction) as an indication for gallbladder removal is that there is no consensus or correlation between the ef% and response to cholecystectomy. Cholecystectomy is associated with cure in about 70%, but there is a similar rate of improvement is also seen in patients that are treated medically. 30% have persistent symptoms after surgery. ...Read more
What dr or drs do I see for osler weber rendu syndrome. My ENT dr. Was not very helpful.
Osler Weber Rendu: Owr syndrome is an hereditary problem that causes multiple blood vessel growths called telangectasias. These cause bleeding problems, especially frequent nose bleeds. There is usually a family history of hereditary hemorrhagic telangectasias (hht). Most ENT dr.'s have some experience with this problem but may have exposure to only a few patients. Most academic centers will have hht clinics. ...Read more
Sincerely thank dr. Alan h. Ali, i'm on Zoloft (sertraline) 100mg morning&50 evening, can I switch to single dose 150mg after dinner as you advise?(ocd),
I asked u if i could take dim plus w/ 125 zoloft (sertraline). My anxiety is bad w/o z. U said ask doc if z is neccesary? Why? Is it bad for me?
Hmmmm . . . . : I'm sorry, but what do you mean by "dim" ? And i'm assuming "z" is zoloft (sertraline)? Someone may have been concerned because your submitted information indicates you're breastfeeding while on this medication. Available research indicates that the amount of zoloft (sertraline) reaching your baby is low -- but could be present. Complications from this are rare. Talk w/your doctor about risks & benefits in your case. ...Read more
Wt 2 dr 4 fluter short breath rap HRT beats said need <3 dr bn 16dys no cal fm dr ecgnorm it worse no ins concerned advice please
Call your doctor: The next time you have shortness of brwath and rapid heart beat go to the emergency room. In the meanwhile call your doctor and see how they can help you to see a cardiologist. Are there any clinics for the inibsured in your area? Perhaps there is a cardiologist near you who may read your question and arrange to see you. In the meanwhile avoid excess caffeine, nicotine, alcohol. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tyvm dr. Jacobson for recommending david sheehan's anxiety disease. Comforting to know i'm not alone in my suffering. Your help much appreciated?
And thank you so: Much for your appreciation. You are quite welcome. Best wishes. ...Read more
Dr.Which Med could be causing Head Pressure.Lexapro15mg, Remeron (mirtazapine) 30mg .My Dr doesnt know.Thanks?
Unclear: Apparently you have a subjective experience which you express as pressure in your head. This doesn't translate easily into a recognizable side effect. An actual increase in intracranial pressure wouldn't be something you could feel, and isn't really a known side effect. Could it be a headache? Could it be a kind of dizziness or light-headedness? Could it be emotional or behavioral urges? ...Read more
See your doctor: See your doctor or dermatologist if you are having worsening acne - prescriptions need to be given by someone who is licensed to practice in your country. You can start with over the counter benzyl peroxide ointments; however, since you are asking for a prescription I suspect you have tried the OTC creams. ...Read more
Glaucoma. 1st opinion Dr. said maybe blind in 5 yrs. & see neuro Dr. 2nd opinion Dr. says glaucoma stable & neurologist not needed. Why difference?
Experience: Glaucoma can be a very challenging disease to treat and sometimes difficult to diagnose. If one of the doctors that you saw was a glaucoma specialist then I would lean towards their words of expertise. However if you have not seen a glaucoma specialist then I would recommend getting a third opinion, if possible, with an experienced specialist to settle which direction you should go. ...Read more