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Entamizole Ds Uses
It should not: Matter. Take it with food if u have a sensitive stomach. Take care! http://www.Healthvala. Com/drugs/entamizole/13710/. ...Read more
Hi, I had a stomach problem since last 3 weeks I have tried quite a few medications like intestopan, imodium, (loperamide) entamizole ds still problem is there.
Doc i m suffering from a disease called giardiasis since last 4 years... I have used entamizole for this disease but that is temporary. Cure?
Why recurring?: Issue might be why you get recurrences. Contaminated well water? Drink from streams when backpacking? Sexual activity (oral/anal)? Are you sure that it is giardiasis causing the problem? Immune disorder (iga deficiency, hiv)? See infectious disease doc if recurring or rx is not effective. ...Read more
Seem to have stomach upset.can I take entamizole? It is nighttime.i normally taken wyth but that seems to be finished.it is midnig
Stomached : No. You need to get checked or get consult. ...Read more
Syrup: No you cannot until you speak to the pediatrician who will decide what must be done! ...Read more
Entamizole: This is a brand name for metronidazole, often used to treat infections due to amoebae and Cl. difficile. Animal studies have failed to reveal evidence of fetal harm, except when the drug was administered intraperitoneally. There are no controlled data in human pregnancy. Do not take this without a doctors visit and specific diagnosis. ...Read more
Ga based on the LMP varies from crl by 5 days. If LMP is used, the baby has low risk for ds risk after tests, if I use crl is has high risk. Advise?
More too it : First trimester genetic testing is more complicated than just the NT measurement. That is combined mathematically with your blood hormone levels and calculated. It is unlikely that a lab ran your blood test twice using two different gestational ages. You should clarify with your doctor. Regardless you could also ask for fetal free dna sequencing (harmony or panorama testing). ...Read more
Infection: It is physically possible to use sporidex for an infection, however, it may or may not do any good. This medicine only treats certain bacteria, which may not be the ones in the infected area. The wisest course of action is to see a doctor for evaluation and appropriate treatment of the infection. ...Read more
Gud day doc, u know im a gamer and I use computr alot. I'm exposed to radiation evryday. Wat can I do to discharge ds radiations n my body?
No radiation: People used to get radiation from computers, back when we used cathode tube monitors. With flat screens, there is so significant radiation dose. Play on. ...Read more
Expired medication: After a year, the chance that the medication may not work is one you must consider. You are increasing the possibility that your infection will not be adequately treated, possibly increasing the risk of resistant infection. ...Read more
Yes and no: This depends on what you mean by "common". Bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) is a sulfa drug, and sulfas are among the most common causes of allergic drug rash. OTOH, the large majority of people who take Bactrim (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) are not allergic and don't develop rash. If you are taking the drug and have a rash, contact the doctor who prescribed it and follow his or her advice. You may need a different antibiotic. Good luck! ...Read more
Yes: This should not be a problem with drug interference. ...Read more
I've done nd yag laser for telangectasia 5 ds ago and still there 's a dark red spot? How to treat? Can I use an ointement for burns?
Probably: It can take a bit longer than 5 days for this to go away completely. If the area is blistered or raw, Bacitracin ointment can be used otherwise just keep area clean. ...Read more
Venos leg ulcer, suspected infection, is septra (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) ds safe to use or do I need a stronger antibiotic, if so which one?
See vein specialist: Leg ulcers are often caused by chronic venous insufficiency which is a problem that causes too much pressure to be in the veins near the skin. A venous specialist can diagnose and treat this condition. Our cure rate with venous ulcers is 97%. If it is infected I would recommend seeing a physician ASAP as these infections can progress quickly due to poor circulation. ...Read more
Most likely safe: Meladerm is an over the counter skin lightening agent. It contains no prescription medications. It does have some acids used for chemical peels so be careful not to overuse it. Chemical peels can be very useful for treating many skin conditions. The real question is it effective enought to justify the cost. ...Read more
Makahiya/memosa: It is also known as sensitive plant is a creeping annual or perennial weed available in phillipine.Its root is used as aphrodisiac and used against dysentery and dysmenorrhea. It is emetic and poisonous in large dose. Seeds are used for sore throat. And used for many medicinal purposes. It also believed to have antimichrobial properties. Some studies have been done to substantiate its benefits/ ...Read more
No hard evidence.: There are no well-designed clinical studies that have attempted to determine the risks and/or benefits of coriander. Wait until there are before you spend a lot of money for purported "cures." See this article: http://www.wellness.com/reference/herb/cilantro ...Read more
Scars or marks: Usuually you can suspect someone may be using drugs via injection(iv) methods when you see multiple puncture marks on their arms (usually at the fold of the inner elbow) hands, neck, feet/toes and even woman's breasts (yep, their breasts). Repeated abscesses (like a large pimple) can also develop at the sites where they are injecting. ...Read more
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Is this a school: Assignment? Here is a good article about medicine and nanotechnology. See: http://www.nanotechproject.org/inventories/medicine/ ...Read more
Briefly,: It is the measure of agglutination of red blood cells and can be used as a measurement of the relative concentration of antibody in serum. The red blood cell acts as the antigen and antibody in the serum 'agglutinates' the antigen. Can also be utilized to quantitate virus and bacteria. Although not a medical site this reference is good: http://en. Wikipedia. Org/wiki/hemagglutination. ...Read more
Rhythm control: Sotalol is an antiarrhythmic medication to treat certain types of heart rhythm disorders. Paradoxically it can cause potentially lethal cardiac rhythms if not used properly. All antiarrhythmics share this property. It is important to follow regularly with a cardiologist experienced in the use of sotalol. ...Read more