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Dr.Farrell orders acute bronchiolitis due to RSV vaporizer at night saline&bulb suction encourage fluids smaller frequent feeds tylenol&albuterol as needed can I give my 3month old pedialyte&how much?
You may.: You may give pedialyte. However remember pedialyte does not provide enough calories. Pedialyte is not a medicine. It just helps to keep the hydration. If your 3 month old is taking feeds, it is better to continue breast-feeding. You can also express your breast milk and feed with a spoon in small amounts. I hope he/she gets better soon. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How can I encourage my toddler to drink more clear fluids. He seems to have no interest in them. Only likes pediasure?
Slow weaning: Very, very slowly dilute the pediasure with water, making a change every few days.If you are patient and proceed slowly, you can wean him to basically water.Works every time. ...Read more
I'm 23yrs old & my 12 wk NT u/s showed a small increase of fluid behind the baby's neck. What are my chances of having a normal healthy baby?
...: you will have to combine this finding with lab tests, but highly suspicious for Downs. please follow up with your OB ASAP. ...Read more
Post partum US: This is normal finding.Get a more detailed answer ›
What does the term "unspecific cysts" on an vaginal u/ s mean? Have 2.3, 1.3, 1.6 cm all rt side. One septated. 2 others "likely hemorr" sm free fluid
Ovarian cyst: Cysts are common occurences on the ovary and they resolve with ovulation. However, sometimes they persist and grow in numbers. The location, size, content are used to describe them. Your GYN can describe the importance of the US finding with you at your fu appt. Best wishes Dr M ...Read more
3rd u/s done @ 28w2d, at apt the next day was told growth & fluid were normal but my fundal height measured 33. Dr not concerned, what could this mean?
Probably not much: As long as us looks ok, and all evidence shows baby is healthy and growing, thats good. No test is 100% perfect and there are no 100% guarantees even with 1000s of tests or exams. Ask your doctor next time. Often the weeks gestation and fundal height dont match exactly. Everthing you reported here sounds ok. ...Read more
By example: Nobody likes being lectured. Criticism erodes love even when it is well-intentioned. Adopt / continue a fitness / healthy lifestyle yourself. A man must think that any changes he makes in his behavior are his idea. "i love the way you look / feel / smell / act after you / we exercise!" avoid salt / grease / sugar yourself & if you cook for him. Glad he's got you. Best to you both. ...Read more
Elevate & Compress: Typically, one should first get evaluated by a vascular specialist despite your young age.This specialist can perform a simple noninvasive test that can see below the skin and determine if there are any issues with the vessels.They may recommend compression stocking with elevation when at rest (sleeping & sitting).Or they may need to suggest other forms of surgical procedures if they find anything. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See answer: Precum (pre-ejaculatory fluid) is a clear, colorless, viscous fluid that is emitted from the urethra of the penis during sexual arousal not associated with ejaculation. It arises from Cowper's glands located below the prostate, whereas sperm/semen arise from the testis, prostate, and seminal vesicles. Precum may contain viable sperm from prior ejaculations and men cannot usually "feel it". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Serous fluid.: Hydrocele fluid is similar to other tissue fluids in the body, such as peritoneal fluid. It is a solution of mostly water, electrolytes, and protein. A 1994 study revealed that hydrocele fluid had higher levels of calcium, albumin, total protein and creatine-kinase, and lower levels of potassium, aspartate transaminase, and alkaline phosphatase than blood serum. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Varies a lot: A normal 4 year-old who drinks 6 oz at breakfast/lunch/dinner, and 4 oz at 3 snack times, gets 30 oz/day. Drinking more is ok, as long as he is not drinking sugared drinks. Drinking less is ok if his urine is light yellow (first morning pee is darker) during the day. If his urine is medium or dark yellow, he should drink more water. If the child is healthy, a parent can avoid battles over water. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer