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I had endocarditids mitral and second frommrsa they blamed it on I v drug use I had not been doing my cardiogist now said chances of thatslim wrong si
Question cut off: Sorry - you sound like you need some help but your question was cut off and I'm not sure what you're asking. Please try again. ...Read more
Boutique medicine =stress for patient. More stress = disease. Anxiety about these fees being tip of iceberg. My primary doctor sent out glossy brochures of what his patients will get for $1500/year extra. No agreement shown until the patient agrees to si
This: This sounds like there is a legal question here. Recommend that you pose this same issue to the avvo legal website. Lawyers are provided an opportunity to answer questions as a public service. Good luck. ...Read more
Alternative care: The best medicine is to see a doctor to be examined to find the cause of your joint pain. When the cause is know then you can have the options of treatment that are know to treat the cause. ...Read more
I had a steroid guided SI joint injection at Noon today. The numbing medicine has wore off. It's becoming painful. What can I do?
I'm 19 I have hypothyroidism an I take medicine since I was 8 years old, But here lately I've been in pain my pelvis hurts on my left side, my left si?
If your thyroid: Level is normal, it's not due to your thyroid. Have your doctor check out your problem if it's of concern. ...Read more
I am on metronidazole, and my stool is brown and black. Also, the other day it had black balls in it. They looked like blueberries. The medicine's si?
I take tylenol/codeine for pain related to si joint dysfunction and arthritis. I exercise and stretch. What more can I do apart from more medicines?
Can blackstrap molasses make you feel better if you have drug-induced hemolytic anemia but your iron panel (ferritin, tibc, tsi, si) were all normal?
Forgive my candor: Blackstrap molasses is an antique health fraud which despite what others may tell contains only small amounts of vitamins, and acquires most of its mineral content from the machinery in which it was processed. Hemolytic anemia -- drug-induced or not -- is serious and needs to be followed up by a physician. Iron won't touch it. Don't let others play you for a sucker. ...Read more
So I am an iv drug user and I inject meth and last night I think I got what is known as cotton fever 25 30 mins following shot felt really hot nauseus and achy as time progressed it got worse so I did another shot supposedly the only cure to remedy the si
Do you wish to stop?:
Call the following number: 1-800-662-HELP (4357)
This is the National Helpline for Drug Abuse.
Here is the web address...very good stuff.....
http://www. Samhsa. Gov/find-help/national-helpline
Good luck. ...Read more
Individualized: Its a general term where medical decisions are more individualized. It can mean a few different things practically. Perhaps clinicians need to focus on what will work for that person instead of what works for the population. Once we underestand the human genome more, it can truly personalized. ...Read more
Requires TB testing: Today many of the tuberculosis bacteria infecting people have become resistant to the drugs that are commonly used. It won't help you to use these drugs if your bacteria are indeed resistant. So, your bacteria must be tested for the best drug choice to be made. Usual treatment involves more than 1 drug at a time, unless it is just to treat a positive skin test today. Good luck. ...Read more
Supplement: This is a gingko biloba extract. It is not a medicine. It has not been scientifically tested and clinically evaluated for dose, effectiveness, and safety. There are limited safeguards in its production. It is not fda regulated like medicines. Therefore, it may or may not be safe and effective. That's not to say don't use it. Gingko does work for some conditions but beware where you get it. ...Read more
Depends: 500 mg is an amount in metric units. For some medication it would be a great amount but for others it might be a partial dose. Most medication comes with directions as to dosage and side effects. You can look up these on the internet, and find out the proper dosage. ...Read more
Depends: Depends on what type of IBS you have… Constipation type we have a few different medications, for diarrhea type there are fewer options. Before diagnosing yourself with IBS though, make sure you have colonoscopy and EGD and labs done and an examination as IBS is what we call a diagnosis of exclusion, where we "rule Out" other causes then call it IBS. ...Read more
Makahiya/memosa: It is also known as sensitive plant is a creeping annual or perennial weed available in phillipine. It's 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 it's benefits/ ...Read more
Yes but. . .: Erectile dysfunction is inability to achieve or maintain an erection satisfactory for sexual activity. In young men such as yourself (27yo), ed is more likely due to performance anxiety or a side effect of some (il)licit chemical use. Excess alcohol comes to mind. In older men, ed is more likely due to blood flow issues. In both situations, prescription medications are available. Go see your doc. ...Read more
Fluroquinolone: Levofloxacin is a broad spectrum antimicrobial within the drug class of fluoroquinolones. It can be used for a wide range of infections from pneumonia to urinary tract infections. As with all antimicrobials, confirmation that the offending organism is sensitive should be confirmed to assure that Levofloxacin is the most appropriate drug. The dose needs to be lowered with reduced kidney function. ...Read more