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How Long Can I Wait With Aphasia To See If It Goes Away Without Seeing A Doctor
No time : You should see a dr. Right away. Aphasia can be a sign of more serious things which may respond to treatment. If you wait, you may be in a situation whereby your condition becomes worse or you may increase the chances it could be irreversible. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Repetition: With transcortical sensory aphasia the ability to repeat is spared. Comprehension is affected. Lots of connecting words are produced. Few substantive words. Repetition, however, is intact. With conductive aphasia comprehension and speech output are intact but one cannot repeat words or sentences. Conductive aphasia is quite rare. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Aphasia: The answer to your questions depends on the cause. Why do you have aphasia? Where did it come from? What needs to be done to prevent more damage? Some forms of aphasia are recoverable, some are not. I suggest you consult a neurologist to help answer these questions for you, specifically. ...Read more
Hard to answer...: You would need bloodwork to see how anemic you are. I would take iron sulfate with vitamin c atleast twice a day. Also, eat dark green, leafy vegetables. If you get dizzy easily or short of breast or have fatigue, you should see your doctor asap. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Got albuterol?: If you have asthma and you have a bronchodilator and you take it and it completely relieves wheezing for at least 4 hours then give it a day. Relief more than 2 but less than 4 hours call your md for advice. Relief <2 hours or not complete or you don't have medication? Get help now. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Skin trauma: The severity of the wound (depth, dirt, muscle/tendon involvement) , size of the area involved, and location of the wound are all factors to be considered. If it's large, deep, dirty, involves vital structures, don't wait, see a doc. Also be certain you're up to date on tetanus prophylaxis (within past 10 years?). ...Read more
Burning or pain...: Most often "burning" is used to describe the sensation associated with acid reflux, in which case you should tell your doctor and they can guide you in how to deal with it. Occasionally, "angina" is described as burning, as opposed to chest pain/pressure, in which case you should approach this with some urgency. Tell your doctor about your symptoms, what brings it on, and what improves it, etc., . ...Read more
Go now: Bleeding abnormalities are caused by various illnesses, some very serious. ...Read more
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