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Dr Steven Ferguson
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 below : Stj syndrome is the most severe form of (em) erythema multiforme. Em is a hypersensitivity reaction that occurs in response to meds, infections, or illnesses. Exact cause is unknown but thought to be related to damage to blood vessels of skin then tissue damage. Em minor is caused usually by herpes simplex or mycoplasma. Em major (stj) is usually caused by medications. Stj can be deadly! ...Read more
Let me explain: Stevens–johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis are two forms of a life-threatening skin condition, in which cell death causes the epidermis to separate from the dermis. The syndrome is thought to be a hypersensitivity complex that affects the skin and the mucous membranes. The main known cause is certain medications, followed by infections and rarely cancers. ...Read more
Warning!!:PODIATRIST Dr. David Tobin responded to my question about Anterior Tarsal Tunnel Syndrome saying it didn't exist? Google and my DR disagree.
Stevens-Johnson: Stevens-johnson syndrome is a rare, serious disorder in which your skin and mucous membranes react severely to a medication or infection. Often, stevens-johnson syndrome begins with flu-like symptoms, followed by a painful red or purplish rash that spreads and blisters, eventually causing the top layer of your skin to die and shed. ...Read more
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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
Yes: The flu vaccine is especially important for asthmatics, since they may become more ill when they have the flu. Flu viruses invade the lining of the lung and airways leading to mucus production and constriction. If your child has moderate to severe egg allergies your physician may not administer the flu shot to him. An allergy referral in that case may be needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor 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
Yes: Ivig or gamma globulin after and/orhemofiltration along with supportive care for the miller fisher variant of guillain barre syndrome are the treatments often used in the icu. This takes a long time to get over and will require physical therapy and rehab most likely. Some patients do not make a full recovery. Good luck! i hope your loved one is better soon. ...Read more
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Any dr read this destroying the myth about testosterone replacement and prostate cancer
by abraham morgentaler, md, facs introduction by william fa?
No: Stj syndrome is the most severe form of (em) erythema multiforme. Em is a hypersensitivity reaction that occurs in response to meds, infections, or illnesses. Exact cause is unknown but thought to be related to damage to blood vessels of skin then tissue damage. Em minor is caused usually by herpes simplex or mycoplasma. Em major (stj) is usually caused by medications. Stj can be deadly! ...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
Depends on prior med: The currently worded question can.t be answered without knowing what the Steven-Johnson's syndrome reaction to what? If it was to a medication with the same or similar chemical structure as rifampicin, then it's not safe. If caused by a completely different medicine, then it's safe. ...Read more
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Dr found gallstones/sludge in GB, been vomiting, dr doesn't think related, gave me Prilosec but WBC is 10,000 from 6,000 3 mo.s ago, infection?
Gallstones: gallstones rarely cause problems. They are usually asymptomatic. However sometimes they can cause infection and inflammation of the gallbladder. Your white cell count is normal and probably the vomiting is related to inflammation of your stomach or other causes. Symptoms of an infected gallbladder include right sided abdominal pain, fever, nausea and vomiting. ...Read more