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Trospium: Spasmex is trospium, an anticholinergic medication used to treat overactive bladder. It is a category c medication in pregnancy which means that adverse effects are unknown " risk cannot be ruled out". The drug should only be taken if the perceived benefits to the user outweigh the potential risks to the fetus. ...Read more
Lab tests: Bejel affects the mucous membranes of the mouth, then the skin and bones. The initial mouth sore may not be noticed. Moist patches then develop in the mouth. They resolve over a period of months to years. During this time, people have few or no symptoms. Then, lumps develop in long bones, mainly leg bones. Labs tests are necessary for diagnosis. See a doctor. Very similar to syphillis. ...Read more
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Are you a nurses aide....... Is it your responsibility to measure someones Pulse???
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Yes : The herpes virus can be passed on if it is in the active state. I would definitely tell your new boyfriend. Ask your doctor for informative brochues that you can read with your boyfriend when you tell him this news or your doctor would be happy to meet with you together. Couples can still have a long full relationship when one partner has the herpes virus... Just be educated. ...Read more
Try other meds or...: I don't know what types of worms she has but most worms are not that serious. If it's pinworms, often the problems is that the meds worked but she has been re-infected from eggs in the household environment. Other meds may help but there are also natural remedies for worms. Papaya seeds are proven effective-1 tsp ground papaya seeds once a week can help (higher dose if she weighs more than 50 lbs). ...Read more
Maybe not: Coriminic is not a U.S. medication. Websites say it is chlorpheniramine plus a decongestant. Here in the U.S., we do not recommend such combination medications for young children, especially not for a 5-month-old. His pediatrician should be able to give medical advice, and more local information about Coriminic in children. ...Read more
Yes, large dose: There are several forms of asthakind drops, and assuming you gave the form with terbutaline, a bronchodilator generally not used in children under 6 in the US. Starting oral dose for maintenance for 10 kg child would be 0.7 ml/dose 3 times a day with a max dose of 2 ml/dose 3 x/d. For acute asthma attack, meds are usually given by neb or inject. Always check with your doctor first before Rx. ...Read more
Yes.: Like ping-pong balls, come back and forth. ...Read more
Not enough info: Is he self- injecting illicit drugs? Are needles clean or dirty? Does he routinely inject himself as part of a medical protocol or he is new to this? A baseball size knot is not normal regardless. Recommend assessment. ...Read more
Find a system: Consult your doctor or nutritionist to find a good eating regimen. Then use some type of social net work to help you stay with the system. Over eaters anonymous is available for free. ...Read more
See below: Call a poison control center. They will be able to advise you. ...Read more
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What's in his mouth: Although the possibility that you "can catch anything that way" is remote and the risk of oro-vaginal transmission of an infectious agent may be relatively small, some times, the mouth, lips, tongue, gums, oropharynx...can harbor a wide variety of microorganisms (viruses like herpes, some human papilloma viruses; fungi like monilia; bacterias like streps...etc). ...Read more
No,but may make-: -you sore around your ribs for a little while. ...Read more
Immune reaction: The body identifies the foreign red cells and launches attack to destroy "invaders." The cells are destroyed by immune system, proteins/cell components get filtered out by kidneys, but can overload and cause kidney injury--> failure and shock. In sick patient, can be fatal (=why crossmatch process is so intensive). ...Read more
Consultation advised: Sorry your not feeling well Stephanie. I assume you are referring to vaginal bleeding. There can be many causes for abnormal vaginal bleeding and you can read about it here > http://bit.ly/19cKee5 Without knowing more about your situation it's not possible to give you specific advice. An online consultation with a physician here at Health Tap may be helpful. Best wishes. ...Read more
Obstipation: You can try Magnesium Citrate over the counter once and continue miralax (polyethylene glycol) to ensure softer stools. Your doctor could prescribe Golytely or another type of bowel preparation. Careful with Fleets enemas. Be sure your doctor rules out complete abdominal obstruction and partial obstruction. Drink sufficient water. Exercise as able. Eat high fiber foods like fruits and vegetables. ...Read more
I have 92kg weight. I wand reduce my weight in a simple way..... Please give a simple soluction...
Small changes: Make small changes in your life style. Exercise by buying a pedometer and try to walk 10'000 steps a day. Eat smaller portions, eat more fruits and vegetables, eat carrots or celery sticks for your snacks instead of cookies or pastries. Replace high fructose drinks with water or diet drinks. Eat more fish. ...Read more
Only in cases of...: Only in cases of alleged sexual assault upon girls and women do we physicians engage in the careful examination of hymens, collecting evidence of physical damage to be used later in courts of law. In normal everyday life, people should not be "checking hymens" nor thinking about whether they are broken or not broken. As good citizens, we must prevent discriminatory treatment of girls and women. ...Read more
My son 7 months and half, catch cough from me, his tempreature is 39 degree, what shall I gave him?
Call your doctor: If he is having problems breathing, take him to the nearest emergency room. If his breathing is ok, you should call your doctor right away to report the illness and get appropriate advice for his care. In the meantime, you can give Acetaminophen based on his weight and encourage breast milk, formula or water until your doctor calls you back with his advice. ...Read more