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Dr.Gerald a.Mandell..Dear sir thanks for replying now with care please give prescription for my problem as conversed with u to stop shivering of fingers.
Impossible: You are asking for the impossible. The doctors of health tap are not able to provide treatment if any kind here. Treatment should come from your physician in person. ...Read more
Followup Dr Gerald. Mandell re 20% EF w/ 2nd HIDA. My sympt were nausea from progesterone??, rare LPR reflux? & intermit mild urq pain. 0 food assoc
My kleinseun kom kuier maar het twee weke terug waterpokkies gekry, watse risiko hou dit vir my in ?
Ek is 61 en dink nie ek het wpokkies gehad nie ?
It would help if you could say it in English.
Wish you good health! ...Read more
Not true!: You will get stronger, if you exercise 3 times a week at least. If you do less, then you won't get stronger and you never get used to it. Whoever said exercise makes you weaker, is not the person you need to talk to for any factual, well-informed advice. That friend probably cannot be trusted to give accurate information about anything. ...Read more
Anti H+ pills: Gerd is from reflex passage of acid from the stomach into the esophagus. It is a long term risk for damage to the lower esophagus including cancer. You can modify the diet, use secretory inhibitors like omeprazole, and use short term antiacids like rolaids and tums (calcium carbonate). Some are helped by elevating the head of the bed. Discuss with your doctor. ...Read more
Second Opinion: If you have a persistently symptomatic ac separation get a second opinion with a shoulder surgeon. The weaver dunn is just one option for addressing this issue and you should familiarize yourself with the available options and results. Learn more here: http://theshouldercenter.Com/separated-shoulder.Htm. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Vocational programs: Persons wanting to learn how to help disabled persons, from a health perspective, probably get trained as nursing aides or nursing assistants. These are vocational programs, many times offered by schools that also train medical assistants. ...Read more
Not directly: Typically low body fat is associated w/athletes & body builders, who aren't usually known for being weak. However, in an attempt to make a weight class or compete, purposeful loss of body water eg diuresis, can make you feel weak, especially if done to excess. If you're still worried about you feel weak, go see your Family Doc for evaluation. ...Read more
Visite: a su dentista. Él podrá decirté lo que son. ...Read more
AARP: Aarp has strong connections to insurance programs selling policies and other things which no doubt make them significant income. They are an occasionally effective lobby for some issues. The cost to 'belong' is cheap and this reflects their ability to get you on their list to sell products. Some are probably fairly priced given current market conditions but some are certainly 'rip-offs'. ...Read more
Lung and skin: lung exposure to dust in quarries and skin exposure to quarry workers are two specific health issues faced by quarry workers. Impaired lung function may be a problem with quarry workers who are chronically exposed to dust in quarries. If you have problems breathing- consult with your primary doctor for further testing. Best of health to you ...Read more
Compassion and....: Compassion and competency. It depends what disability you are referring to: physical, mental or emotional? You want to make sure your worker is licensed and has good references, also that they have taken care of someone with this particular problem before. You could check with your local DSS for references and referral to local resources. ...Read more
GERD: It is easier to tell you what not to eat. Foods that help you will have to be by trial and error. Try this website: www.healthline.com/health/gerd/foods-to-avoid#2 ...Read more
Many behaviors.: Support workers for the disabled, rehabing, or elderly should at the very least be compassionate individuals who show respect for those in their care. They should be accessible by family members, and have good communication skills. Look for someone who is on time, respectful, careful with medications. Ask for references, and do background checks. ...Read more
May be over-training: Try to tone it down and take a break and then see how your body responds. If persists or gets worse, see Physician. ...Read more