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Dr Fowler Alloe
Diagnosis: Hello. More than one condition can have overlap of those types of symptoms. Sorry - there isn't a way for us to make a diagnosis with available info. ...Read more
So Dr. Fowler you're saying that for all I know I could've had 6 inches all along but I just never knew it because I had a fat pad there is that true?
Fowler ALWAYS makes sense! That makes sense!!!!
Hope it helps!
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Dr. Heidi fowler I have pain in back and front ribs it feels like I got punched it is all on the left side could it be kidney stones?
Check for these sx's: Kidney stones often cause extreme pain of back & flank (below ribs) & possible lower abdominal / groin pain. Do you have strong urges to urinate? Is urination painful? Any nausea or vomiting? Is urine discolored? Any recent trauma? It you have severe unexplained pain - evaluation is prudent. ...Read more
Dr. Fowler they won't let me see pictures from my colonoscopy. But scope and ct prior shows no Diverticulosis. Pain after scope and ct now shows div.?
Interesting: I will refer your question to Dr. Catano & Dr. Gabor. ...Read more
HEIDI FOWLER, I already called twice. She told me to call the next week. They just say they have nothing and take my # down. What do I do??
That is frustrating: I would inquire if there is a problem with them obtaining the results. I might also ask them in a neutral manner to call and get the results and then for them to call you with that information. Service to our patients should always be a high priority. Take care and good luck. ...Read more
Please let me know if there is any know cure for arsenic poisoning as a result of taking fowlers solution?
Arsenic poisoning: There is no "cure" for arsenic poisoning but there is emergency treatment. Symptoms following acute, large exposures to inorganic arsenic may develop in minutes or hours ; typically start in the GI system with nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, and severe watery diarrhea. Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ecmo), hemodialysis, exchange transfusion, ; chelation may all be useful. ...Read more
Urologist said urinary diversion not sns is better to treat fowlers. Surely sns is better &less drastic? Does sns have high failure? Is it not worth it?
Hard to... - depend: It is hard to offer a comprehensive counseling for your situation in a 400-letter space although I answered your question to a degree, but maybe not what you like. The key points of decision-making are to balance medical necessity with professional possibilities which would reflect how is your coping ability since there would be no free meal for anything in life. So, ask your doctor so to reach... ...Read more
How successful is sarcal nerve stimulation in treating fowlers syndrome? & are there any big risks before I accept sns (19yrs old & complete retention)
Any information/ advice for 19 y/o with fowlers syndrome and perm indwell catheter. & best way to stop bladder spasms? Thank you
Ask your urologist..: Sorry to hear that you are a victim of Fowler's syndrome, which can be further illustrated in https://www. Ucl. Ac.uk/ion/nationalhospital/fowlersyndrome. As to ease bladder spams, the mainstay is still anticholinergics; currently there are at least 6 kinds available; if failed, try tibial nerve stimulation or sacral nerve stimulation, with urinary diversion as the last resort. Ask your urologist... ...Read more
19y/o, F. Had a suprapubic catheter fitted today, due to fowlers syndrome but got loads of pain at top of my vagina, is this normal?
Is there any alternative treatments to fowlers syndrome (complete retention) other than SNS or urinary diversion? Don't want more surgery (got spc now)
Here are some...: Do clean intermittent self-catheterilization (or CISC) is the most reasonable option after failing to response to conservative Rx with alpha-blocker & Kegel exercise, etc. And before undergoing invasive procedures as mentioned. More? Contact www. HealthTap. Com/dr-Lin with RQPWJC to login - using audio/ video goes faster and learns more than text chat does. ...Read more
How to ease pain caused by fowlers syndrome? No infection, indewl catheter hurting lots on most painkillers and muscle relaxers but still lots of pain
Eliminate the cause: Did you have an injury or dental work done on the front of your teeth? If so, this is one major cause of your problem. You will need to see a QRA Practitioner to identify if this has reflected to your bladder and your ovaries. You may also be Iodine deficient. This will affect your ovaries and thus affect your bladder. ...Read more
My breath smells like urine, why? Never had this before & I have great dental hygiene (Have suprapubic catheter due to fowlers syndrome if relevant)
Halitosis: Bad breath can be caused by many different factors, including sinus infections, periodontal problems, smoking, cavities, acid reflux, and your diet. Address all of these possibilities with your dentist and physician, and I'm confident that your problem will at least be minimized, and hopefully eradicated. ...Read more
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Crepitus: Crepitus is a sound, not a diagnosis. This sound description can apply to noises from the joints, tendons, skin, lungs, etc. Hence, it depends on where the crepitus originates. If unsure, start with your primary care provider. ...Read more
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I do not know how old you are. Age is important for health question like this.
advise for a 20 years old, will not be the same as the advise for a 40, 0r 60 years old.
eat healthy, eat more vegetables and fruits, exercise every day, even by simple walking.
if you are above 40 years old make sure your doctor check your cholesterol, and your sugar, your prostate, and your thyroid function.
bilsalamah ...Read more