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How Does Supraventricular Tachycardia Or Medication For It Affect Your Voice
It shouldn't: However, it is hard to know for sure without more details. Most medications don't affect the voice, but there are many things which can impact the voice. See your local ENT or laryngologist for a full evaluation of your voice. Regardless of the cause, many vocal disorders can be improved with treatment of some kind. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What does takeing dextromethorphan hbr to get high do to you, how does it affect your health, short term and long term? Is occasional use ok?
Cough sirop high: Good doctors never prescribe cough sirop, to kids or adults. Treat the cause of the cough, not the cough symptom. And the sirop has no use whether occasional or not. The sirop has a med in it that makes people drowsy. To abuse it to get high hurt you from the cause in your personality that makes you look for such a chemical. Treat your mental problem vigorously to have a better future. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How long does it take for sodium valproate to work? Particularly, how long does it take for it to start affecting hypersexual side of BP unspecified?
How safe is a cardiac ablation? Will it help to cure atrial fibrillation? If it does, will I have to continue taking medication
Usually safe: Although many serious complications can occur during an ablation, when performed by a skilled physician with plenty if experience in a good hospital it is usually very safe. When successful an ablation may allow a patient to come off medications prescribed for the arrhythmia which was ablated. Atrial fibrillation is an arrhythmia which can be cured with ablation. ...Read more
If caffiene makes your heart skip, how long or days can this effect your heart? 7days for me. Is this possible?
No: Caffeine has a half life of 3 to 7 hours. That means it's down to 25% of the original amount in 6 to 14 hours. But caffeine is only 1 factor in heart skipping and the majority of people have no reason at all. Electrolye imbalance, lack of sleep. Stress, nicotine, medicines, xs thyroid hormone, menstual cycle, pregnancy, and heart disease are other potential factors. ...Read more
How long does tranxene (clorazepate) take to remove all symptoms such as tic disorder. Also does it cure or just suppress? My body hurts and got tics and anxiety
Therapy?: Have you yet tried any form of psychotherapy? Typically, the optimal combination of things to treat emotional issues such as tics, anxiety or depression is medication (which, on your best day, is supposed to take the edge off symptoms) but the real gruntwork takes place in psychotherapist's consulting room. ...Read more
How long does it take for a stress induced tinnitus to go away if stress levels are brought down to normal?Is it possible to cure tinnitus with herbs?
What exactly is urticaria and how does is effect your daily life and can it be treated? How does it effect someone with cialiacs(sp) disease?
Many reasons: urticaria (hives) are pruritic, pink vs pale swellings of the skin.They may be small lesions or large. Can come on acutely and last 2x/week for months) or episodic. Causes include allergic reactions, immune response, systemic disease are only a few. Treatment depends on cause. Life effect=cause.Rare, but celiac disease can present with urticaria & gastrointestinal problems ...Read more
Does albuterol sulfate cause heart palpitations and increased pulse? If so, how long does effect last after dose? Doctor prescribed for bronchitis.
It often does: Give your physician a call, especially if your heart is doing more than 5 flipflops per minute or it bothers you. It's not especially dangerous. By the way, if you've needed a rx for albuterol, you may have a tendency to asthma / bronchitis and this would be a great time to ask for help stopping smoking. Best wishes. ...Read more
Does long-standing Hyperadrenergic state require long-term treatment,or can it be a short fix with med like Labetalol to get system back into balance?
Hyperadrenergic Stat: The most important factor is finding out why you are "hyperadrenergic"? Is there a pituitary, adrenal or thyroid gland tumor of dysfunction or are you hypersensitive to epinephrine, do you have dysautonomia due to histamine from degranulation of mast cells and excessive vasodilation. beta blocker use in the wrong situation can lead to significant risk (e.g. dysautonomia). ...Read more
Pls can u advice of a name of alternative OCD medication that doesn't cause stomach problems? And for how long should it be taken, thanks
What are the common side effects of singular and how does it help asthma. Do you have to take 10 mg or 5... does it matter. Im a lightwieght?
Does Paxil (paroxetine) cause any negative long term health effects? I have to take it for depression. Does the medicine cause brain tumors or anything serious?
Small Concerns: No concerns for brain tumors, cancers or other risks such as that at all. The only very small risk that has come up for older women is possible slight bone thinning (not seen in men) noted in those on the category Paxil (paroxetine) is in: ssri's selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors. Following bone studies a very small change was detected in a certain percentage of women studied. Further evaluation ongoing. ...Read more
Is it normal for a cardiologist not to do anything about sinus tachycardia? My pulse is always beating 124 or more and meds give me bad side effects.
Many ways: Svt can be very diruptive if it occurs frequently and is symptomatic. Symptoms can include chest pain , shortness of breath, palpitations, lightheadedness. Some tolerate it well without specific treatment. Others require medications and possibly radiofrequency ablation, which is frequently curative. See your doctor for recommendations. ...Read more
How much caffeine does it take to produce an irregular heart-beat or other caffeine related illnesses?
Do I need to report congestive heart failure as a long-term health condition, or does it go away after being treated?
Possible: CHF can resolve if the underlying abnormality causing the CHF can be fixed. CHF can be the result of heart muscle dysfunction, valve dysfunction, pericardial dysfunction, or even a kidney abnormality. If the underlying abnormality can be repaired, such as valve replacement or recovery of kidney function, CHF may resolve. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How far cipralex affect libido, does it permanent or temporary while the duration of the drug, i take it for 2 years, and could it effect having child?
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