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Warning!!:PODIATRIST Dr. David Tobin responded to my question about Anterior Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome saying it didn't exist? Google and my DR disagree.
Spoiled ?: hello~ are you sure you are quoting this correctly, because my encyclopedic brain has never heard of that. Have you tried googling it? I think you may be writing it phonetically and incorrectly. See if you can get correct rendition and re-ask the Q. thanks ...Read more
Please disregard questions from me to these Doctors : Dr. Steven Seres and Dr. Rick Koch. I have found the answer to my question. Thx, Jerry Neitzel?
May not be able to!: Sorry, but there is no way to determine if either of these docs will read your questions, as we all answer questions for free, as our schedules allow. Also, there is no way to pair your questions back to back or link questions you ask together! Glad you found your answer! If you get answers, they will act as "second opinions!" This never hurts, though, and it's valuable to get >1 opinion. ...Read more
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
Hello doctor mare skin black hai kuch bhi lagati hu frak nahi padat please koi aisa prouduct batye?
Incomprehensible: Please ask again in english.Get a more detailed answer ›
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
Dr is bilateral testicular microcalcification dangerous?My dr says nothing to worry.Is my dr right?Does it affect man's life?Is it spreadable disease?
Yes, possibly: Testicular microlithiasis is currently thought to be a feature of testicular dysgenesis syndrome. This carries a possible increased risk of testicular cancer and can be associated with decreased fertility. Ultrasound followup is considered appropriate as is testicular self examination. See a urologist. ...Read more
Hello, I have pain in my feet. Sobre todo en el talón, cuando juego al tenis. A qué se puede deber y a qué tipo de médico debo ir? Muchas gracias
See a Podiatrist: See a podiatrist.Get a more detailed answer ›
Nope: The treatment for type one diabetes is INSULIN. No " "natural" treatment is effective. Before the development of commercial insulin by Eli Lilly in 1923, type one diabetes was universally fatal. http://www.lillydiabetes.com/_assets/img/pages/heritage/heritage-body-1923-medicines_300x250.jpg ...Read more
Dr. Peter m. Ihle - clarifying earlier mess I do have patellofemoral syndrome & chondromalacia w/subluxable patella....Re pop. What procedures correct?
Try Exercise First: I'm not sure if this is a question that had already been answered or not, but you should address any foot issues ( over pronation, flat arches , etc) then use exercises to stretch lateral knee structures and strengthen the vastus medialis muscle in the quads. Physical therapy may help as well. Don't jump to surgery unless you try conservative treatments for a few months first. ...Read more
Sir my homeopathy dr says duchenne muscular dystrophy is curable with homeopathy should l trust him?
Quackery & delusions: If that "doctor" really could do that, he'd win the Nobel Prize in Medicine. Homeopathy is not medicine. Practitioners have no real medical knowledge. Would you want your MD to practice 214-year-old medicine on you? Because that’s when homeopathy was invented. Join the 21st century. Read “Homeopathy: The Ultimate Fake” at http://www.quackwatch.com/01QuackeryRelatedTopics/homeo.html. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Need dr. Unafraid to appropriately treat pain associated w/ehlers danlos in 2hr dr. Frm monroe mi.Have supporting ppwk. Please help.?
Dr. Randy Baker says on Healthtap that most adults need 5000 IU of vitamin D. Isn't that rather a lot? I am 67.
How often?: If you specify HOW OFTEN the recommendation was made then, there'd be more clarity to the question. There is no real tried & tested protocol yet for how much vitamin D should be taken by human beings, if it should really be supplemented at all. You need to get blood tested first. If your numbers are in need of replacement then, it becomes each physician's discretion how to do that safely. ...Read more
Here are some...: Before beginning the application of Dr. Simon Allen's device, I strongly recommend you to peruse the articles about BPH/its care listed in http://www.formefirst.com/onBPH-LUTS-VoidingTrouble.html. More? Contact me for timely counseling. To reach me, go to www.healthtap.com/dr-Lin with RQPWJC to log in for appointments. ...Read more
Good day, dr joel'm interested in information, if possible cure HIV / aids with tetrasil and where do I get it? I hope my answer soon thanks ... Ariel
Hello Dr. My daughter is just 1 year old she got some skin problem but we r confused whether its scabies or herpes. 1 Dr. Said herpes & other Scabies.
Skin Rash: rashes are difficult to diagnose at times, and some in the early stages look similar. Scabies tends to be more diffuse in Ethernet the fingers, in the skin folds and along the diaper line. Herpes tends to be in one place. That being said it is unclear why you are going to see multiple doctors for the same rash. Try to see your pediatrician or FP if the rash changes then they can see the progres ...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