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How Can I Get The Newest Information On Treatment Options
From your doctor: Your oncologist and your whole medical team should be able to provide you with the most up to date information on your disease. Trying to find this yourself on the internet is fraught with problems. However, many sites are good starting points and offer valuable information that can be used during your treatment. They include the leukemia and lymphoma society which has links to other sites. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pulmonologist: Since most sarcoidosis starts or involves the lungs, pulmonary medicine specialists are the most common treating physicians. However, immunologists and rheumatologists can also be effective providers. Since so many organs can be involved by sarcoidosis, many different specialists can be required for management. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How can I get treatment for herpes without health insurance? What options are available and affordable to treat herpes?
Acyclovir: You need a prescription but could possibly get it from your health department or from a low cost walk-in clinic at a low or reduced fee for the exam, but Acyclovir is very effective for treating and preventing both herpes i & ii. Most places that have low-cost generics provide a 30 day supply of the medication for $4-5 in the us. I know kroger & walmart both proveide 30 days for $4. ...Read more
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Can you tell me treatments and everything. Any advice on other treatments or where to go for laser treatment?
The problem is?: You must be specific. We need the name of the medication and the specific concern you have. There are no symptoms, concerns, or medications listed. ...Read more
See a Periodontist: If you have been experiencing symptoms of periodontal disease it is time to see a periodontist. A periodontist is a dentist who specializes in the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of gum related diseases. Call your local dental society for referral near you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Systemic Rx: When it's on your trunk, you'll usually need systemic treatment. Topical benzoyl peroxide will help, and your physician will decide the right medication for you to take as a supplement. Often a month or two on an antibiotic like tetracycline will clear you. If not, a referral for Isotretinoin may be the key to a much better life. ...Read more
Depend: All depend of what treament you are getting.What was recomended to you?Treament could be very simple to one that requires a distal femoral osteotomy.You are probably to old for an epihysiodesis. ...Read more
Ulcers: Where do you have ulcers, treatment varies according to location. ...Read more
Which is the best treatment for facial scars? I ve scares deep on my face, i want to remove those, please suggest appropriate treatment,
Improving Scars: Scars come in many varieties, including traumatic, post surgical, hypertrophic and even keloids. Once a scar is present it can only be improved but not completely eliminated. New laser technologies have dramatically increased a doctors ability to reduce the appearance of a scar. You should seek out a board certified plastic surgeon for a consultation for a realistic evaluation of you options. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
What hair transplantation choices are there for me to make? How do I find a doctor and compare recommended treatment and costs?
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