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How Do You Know When To Get Off Cytoxan
Your 1st period: Menarche usually occurs between ages 11 & 13 in the us. However for some their period could start as early as age 9 & for others not until 16. Before you have a period, you will have noticed breast development, pubic hair & white to yellowish vaginal discharge. Before the first period a girl may feel bloated, develop cramps in legs or abdomen & feel moody (depressed or anxious). ...Read more
Get help NOW.: Please have a friend or relative drive you to the nearest emergency room now. If that is not feasible then call 911 so that emergency services can transport you. Be candid with the provider in the emergency room. The provider will determine if you meet admission criteria and arrange for help. Take care. ...Read more
Bedtime takes time: The answer requires time and testing. It's best to begin with the time you need to wake up. If social or work responsibilities require a specific wake time, even if only a few days a week, start from there. Work back 8 hours, to find optimal bedtime. Follow that schedule for a week or two and see how you feel. Adjust bedtime earlier or later if you're feeling tired or waking up too early. ...Read more
What do you advise if i was wanting to donate plasma, how does it work and how much do you get paid?
Plasma donation: Donating plasma takes time and commitment. To help ensure a safe and adequate supply of lifesaving plasma, donors are provided with a modest stipend to recognise the substantial commitment of personal time and travel required to be a plasma donor. each plasma collection facility sets its own compensation rates. ...Read more
Maybe 8-12 months: The average woman(if there is such a person) takes about 4 months to get pregnant if periods are regular and you have sex 2-3 times /week. More sex is not more better. If you are not pregnant in 8-12 months, see your doctor. If your periods are a 28 day cycle, try no sex, day 9, 10, 11. Then sex, day 12, 13, and 15 counting from the 1st day of bleeding. Sex other times is probably not a factor. ...Read more
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How do you get tested for depression? All I know is you go to your doctor but what do they actually do?
Assess severity: Doctors assess the severity of the depression including the risk of patient harming themselves. Some doctors use questionnaires to help with the assessment. Sometimes blood tests are ordered. Depending on the severity of the depression treatment may include: Self-help advice Counseling/psychology (including cognitive behavior therapy Medication Urgent referral to specialist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Important Question: Thanks for this important question. Healthy sleep depends upon good air circulation in order to provided comfort and to maintain adequate oxygen levels. To ensure good air circulation, open windows at night when possible. Central air conditioning can be helpful. Make sure filters are clean and temp is comfortable. Simple fans can be used to help circulate the air. Practice good sleep hygiene. ...Read more
Varies by person: Some patients respond very well to anesthetic, others need more. Some teeth (i.e. Long roots) might require a wider area to be numb, while others might be "flappin' in the breeze, " and come out with gauze - so it really depends on your case. On average though, maybe 2-3 injections would be my estimate. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
40 unless...: According to the American Cancer Society, American College of Radiology, and others, annual screening mammography should begin at age 40. Screening may begin sooner if you are a BRCA carrier or are otherwise at high risk. If you have a lump or other symptom, see your doctor. Ultrasound, rather than mammography, would be the first imaging study of choice. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No gurantee!: Look at your mother and look at your father, look at your older siblings and at your grandparents and aunts and uncles. That will give you a pretty good idea but no gurantee. Discuss with your pediatrician, family physician or pcp at your next wellness visit. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Here are some ...: Do you mean you could have not got it for your or others' timely need? If so, ask the treating medical oncologist who should have much better idea and contact about abiraterone availability in the market than the average doc. ...Read more
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