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You need to communicate with the support team. Send them the question via E mail directly to the help center or support team, and they will respond to you.
the question here are seen by physicians who has nothing to do with the membership, or the financial aspect of the site. ...Read more
I just received my free trial of somnapure pm. When I opened the bottle there was a very strong odor of what appears to be yeast? Is that normal?
Somnapure: This supplement has hops as one of its ingredients. This is the stabilizing agent in beer. Perhaps that is what you are smelling when you open the bottle. However, if you are concerned about the safety, it is always safe to not take this product (which has not been tested to FDA specifications for safety or efficacy). ...Read more
I have a question about an rx and the system says I would need to pay $44 for a Prime consult although I signed up for a free trial. Thanks- Bob?
This is a public forum for questions that needs to be answered by a physician.
most of us do not know anything about membership and charges.
my advise is either send an E mail to the support team, or click on any button that say support or help you might get answer from them.
sorry I could not be much help in this department.
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See doctor: Insomnia is a sleep disorder which can have many different causes from stress to medical illness. Write down all meds (prescribed/OTC/supplements), alcohol/drug/tobacco/caffeine use and current stresses to review with your pcp. He/she will need to do an exam for a proper diagnosis and treatment recommendations. Please see what others on HealthTap have written about sleep hygiene. Take care. ...Read more
Some companies are like vimax are offering a free trial and money back guarantee for penis enlargement pill change gnna be noticable or not know th?
Yes: There is no known medicinal or herbal means of permanently enlarging your penis at age twenty. There are many "snake oil" salesmen out there. Especially on the internet. Save your money. ...Read more
Contact: Most eye doctors will have sample trial contact lenses you can try out when you have a contact lens fitting exam... ...Read more
I won I free trial in my birthday it won't end until 2/5/2015 but unfortunately I cannot talk to a doctor I don't know why help please?
Free PRIME trial?: If you have a free trial, and want to know why you can't talk to a doctor, just go to PRIME and talk to a doctor. Take this free opportunity to ask the doctor why it might be that you can't talk to a doctor. The PRIME doctor will give you an answer. The only thing we have to fear is fear itself... said a famous president. ...Read more
My dr gave me a free trial of Combivent Respimat inhaler for what we think is probably asthma. When I google it its for COPD. Is this a mistake?
I need a prescription but don't have the money for a doctor can you help? I can't go ask a doctor on here cause I don't have the money I had a free trial but I was connected to a doctor in Florida and I live in Texas. So they couldn't help me.
Try PRIME again: HealthTap Prime doctors see you via smartphone, tablet, or laptop. You will be connected with a doctor LICENSED in the state that you say you are in, when you are doing your Virtual Visit. Prime doctors can send prescriptions to a pharmacy, but not for narcotics nor for certain other medications. (Prime is good for PRIMARY CARE issues but not for chronic pain situations needing pain meds) (1/2015) ...Read more
I was at a dinner of my cousins yesterday and a back tooth broke. It was th back side of the tooth on th left side and I don't have the money for, a dentist yet cause I only get paid every 2wks. And this app my, friend got a free trial and it trying to char
Reduced fee: Although there is a trade off with more formalities, a longer wait, and usually less experienced dentists, search out local dental schools and hospital based dental residency programs for reduced fee dental care. Consider that waiting for proper dental care often leads to a bigger expense in the end. You can also reconsider your priorities with expenditures. Any family member to temporarily help ...Read more
Research on people: This is a clinical trial to test a new device in humans. The device could be a new kind of metal rod for back surgery, an Insulin pump, etc. The device must be reasonably safe and the research must be approved by a board dedicated to ensure patient safety (irb). The device is used and compared to similar devices that have been in use. It can take many years to get results. ...Read more
Sometimes.: Tolac should generally work in 2/3 women who attempt it, but only very few maternity centers are geared to deal with its potential complications, so proceed with caution. If your chance for vaginal delivery after c-section is <60% I would recommend repeat prelabor c-section, with the understanding that no more than two c-sections are advisable. ...Read more
When all are ready: Any person who takes a stimulant will focus better. If a family has tried environmental and structural interventions and identified that no other changes in diet, nutrition, or support are beneficial, it is reasonable to do a med trial, or even as a first choice if adequate diagnosis suggests that meds might be helpful-if that is the famioy preference. ...Read more
What to do if I am about to have the trial (test stimulation system) neurostimulator surgery and I am scared to death. Help?
Fear: Possibly the best way to counter act your fear is to become well educated about the procedure. This can help to prevent you from worrying about some aspects of it unnecessarity. I am assuming that you selected a neurosurgeon that you feel comfortable. Share your concerns with your neurosurgeon. Take care. ...Read more
I'm on a trial right now without my BP meds how long does it take to know when my BP levels out so I know what I'm dealing with?
Most BP meds: Work for 24 hrs or less. Your BP should rapidly return to an unmedicated state. ...Read more
How long does it take for Dymista to start to really work? Does it take a couple months or should I give up after a sample trial?
Why is it that no-one seems to be able to fix my hbp with the trial of several different medications. I'm now off all because nothing is working.?
Common issue: Many people require 3 or more medications. Diuretic needs to be at least one of them. It takes a lot of patience on the part of they physician and patient to find the right combination. Despite that many people may need further testing to exclude other conditions that make medications less effective. ...Read more
I was on hbp meds for 4 months I'm on a trial right now with out them dr orders it has been. 9 days and I average 120/80 or lower is this good for now?
I was taken off my no meds for a trial it's been 5 days BP has been good I got a little stressed today and it went to 138/80 took it 5 min later117/80?
White coat BP: This is from anxiety which can indeed increase the bp. If the BP is elevated most of the time, then treatment is indicated. For the occasional stress-induced ones, no rx is need. In fact, most people tend to have higher BP at a doctor's office due to anxiety and this called white coat hypertension. When you checked your BP be sure that your feet are firmly on the ground and the cuff heart level. ...Read more
Phase 5 trial: When a new drug or treatment is being tested in goes through different stages of testing. This starts in the lab then progresses to larger and larger studies on people. Once it is felt to be safe and effective and the treatment is in common use phase 5 trials indicates further research in communities and populations incorporating that treatment into widespread use for public health ...Read more
Call and ask: Many university medical centers advertise various clinical trials in local newspapers. Out of curiosity to answer your question and being near houston, searched md anderson clinical trials and found: http://www. Mdanderson. Org/patient-and-cancer-information/cancer-information/clinical-trials/clinical-trials-at-md-anderson/index. Html. I bet other univ have similar sites. ...Read more
Everyone is a potential candidate for clinical trials.
Historically inclusion/exclusion (i/e) criteria have selected only the healthiest people.
Increasing attention is being made to patients -- elderly, co-morbidities, pregnant, underserved, etc.
One resource is clinicaltrials. Gov as well as web sites of major centers -- eg mayo clinic, cleveland clinic, etc. ...Read more
Same as non-trial: It depends on the type of lens you were given. Your eye doctor will have the answer for you. ...Read more
Usually not: Almost all clinical trials have to be reported. In order to strengthen this a regulation that recently went into effect requires anyone doing clinical trials that are phase 2 or above to report all outcomes on clinical trials. Gov. Here is link with a bit more information: http://prsinfo. Clinicaltrials. Gov/fdaaa. Html. ...Read more
Either/Or Comparison: Science is a method using simplicity, theories and then tests to see if the theory works; always. Clinical trials involve comparing one approach/choice/treatment option with another & checking outcomes. Key methodology is double blind & ideally cross-over design with outcome measures to be used determined in advance. Double blind: neither participants or people near them know who is getting which. ...Read more
Yes: You can always withdraw from any clinical trial without penalty. It's voluntary. Discuss it with the investigator or trial nurse. And then discuss with your own doctor. ...Read more
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