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First Time Glasses
Usually not: Headache may occur from the fit of the frames around your temples and ears. The optics usually will not cause headaches but should clarify the vision - if not recheck with your ophthalmologist. There are sometimes adjustment effects related to the prism effect of the ends of the glass which you will compensate for in 1-2 days usually. ...Read more
How long is the average time period you experience dizziness and off balance when first time getting new glasses?
Wear contacts during day & glasses in evening. This morning wore glasses instead of contacts & vision not good in morning but was in evening. Why?
Better vision: Some people a feeling of distortion when they put on a new pair of glasses. This usually resolves as you continue to wear them. If you are getting multi-focal or bifocal glasses. You may experience some distortion or blurriness from the bottom the glasses. Again this usually resolves as you wear the glasses. ...Read more
Is it ok to take plan b pills two times a month . First time without period and second time on the day period starts ?. thanks
Check instructions: Plan B One-Step® is a single pill you take by mouth. It must be taken within 72 hours after unprotected sex or birth control failure. The sooner you take it, the better it works. Plan B One-Step® should not be taken as regular birth control. Plan B One-Step® is not as effective as using a regular birth control method correctly and consistently. If you have unprotected sex after taking Plan B One-Step®, it will not prevent you from getting pregnant. ...Read more
Scattered stools since last week. 2-3 times a day. The timings stool not fixed. first time in morning. Then go after after lunch & dinner tab-Alozaim?
Scatter, Splatter: Hey! Stop scattering your stools! Keep the place clean!! It's hard to know what advice to give you without more information, except be sure to take plenty of fluids to make-up for what you're losing and if you can't or you are getting worse or if t his lasts more than 5-7 days get yourself seen by a doctor. Try less frequent meals for a day or two. You could try Imodium (loperamide) (over the counter, cheap) ...Read more
As for any diet, key: Is portion control, healthful foods (lean meats, good fats, low glycemic carbs, fruits & veggies, whole grains, low-fat dairy) coupled with exercise program. Avoid fast foods, sugary foods & drinks, deep-fried foods. Some recommend 4-6 mini-meals a day. Drink 6-8 glasses of water a day. ...Read more
When they help: With the exception of very few instances, glasses are not mandatory. They will help you see at certain distances and if feel improved vision is important full-time wear is recommended. The only exception would be for amblyopia (lazy eye) therapy for small children - they should always wear their glasses as prescribed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Suppose if the period starts 9:30pm.Should i calculate the first day completion of the period next day 9:30pm? Or 12am the very first day
Doesn't matter: A few hour difference won't matter really. I would count the day your period started at 9.30 P.M. As day 1. ...Read more
I've been using Flonase twice a day 10:30 am & 10:30 pm should I change the time for daylight savings time?
Not necessarily: as the drug needn't be taken on-the-hour, bedsides the usual maintenance dose is once a day, best wishes ...Read more
Ideally: Ideally scheduled medicines should be taken around the same time to achieve steady blood levels but a bit of variation is sometimes inevitable and acceptable ...Read more
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