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How Long Do People Usually Take To Cool Off After A Fight
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Would cortisone shots help for my whiplash spine injury, I am losing the fight to try stay positive, being in pain I just can`t take it much longer?
Neck pain: Cortisone shots are a mainstay for the treatment of neck pain. Whiplash injury is an outdated term and really doesn't describe the type of problem that you are suffering from. See a neurosurgeon to help explain the problem and to develop a focused treatment plan to reduce or eliminate the pain. ...Read more
I recently got injured in a fight in where I was jumped. Everything has healed fine except my hand how long will a hairline fracture take to heal if I?
21 year-old man with uncomfortable breathing sensations when inhaling cold air, with some history of sneezing and respiratory allergies.....?
Zen Breathing.: This sounds an awful lot like bronchitis or asthma brought on by breathing cold air, either with or without humidity. I suffered from this when I was about your age and occasionally have some symptoms even now, especially if the conditions are right. You need to control your environment and limit your exposure to triggering elements. Seek the help of a specialist to offer medication to help. ...Read moreSee 9 more doctor answers
Average is 6 months: It could take only a few minutes, but the average for women under 35 is 6 months. After 35 it may take a bit longer. Generally one not be concerned unless you have tried for a year without success. Taking the herb rhodiola rosea enhances fertility. Women who are hypothyroid may have trouble conceiving as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No active vessicles: When herpes is active the skin will be red, and there may be water filled sacs called vesicles. When dormant, there should be no visible lesions on the skin. It is important to remember that even when visibly dormant, you are still at risk for asymptomatic viral shedding. ...Read more
How long does it take to get cholesterol results? Its been 3 days ago? And how do u know if its good or bad?
Hours: Once the blood is in the lab, the lab has the results in an hour or two. The delay is in the reporting, sending it to your doc's office, getting it in front of your doc to review, getting his comments to his assistant or nurse, then the possible delay in contacting you. No harm in calling to ask about the results. Sometimes things do fall through the cracks. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If people are diagnosed earlier with ms, does this increase their chances of MS getting worse because u have longer to fight the illness?
Perhaps reverse: Earlier diagnosis is made, the earlier treatment can start. Better outcomes are achieved. Note you are young and on tysabri (natalizumab). Kudos to your neurologist, as the evidence is very strong to support the most potent medications early. The interferons are no longer the direction to start, and those who take potent meds early, supplement vitamin d-3, follow low fat, low salt diets do well. ...Read more
Hi. I have a work presentation to make in 3 days & m 2 anxious. I have lorazepam in .05 mg. How much to take before & how long before? Thank u.
Try before!: Make sure you try the medicine before. Lorazepam is sedating and you will want to be focused and not groggy. You may want to ask for a beta blocker which is also good, but does not make you groggy. Try them before the presentation. If you HAVE to take the lorazepam since it is only three days away, then only 0.25 mg please. ...Read more
Decades: Most patients with huntington's disease develop symptoms in their 40's or 50's, although for some it is much earlier or later. Once symptoms are present the disease course is somewhat unpredictable, but most patients will survive for many years. Here is a site with resources regarding this disease: www.Hdsa.Org. ...Read more
24-48 hours: The listed half life is 4 hours. That means after 4 hours 50%is gone. After 6 half lives (24 hours) over 96% is gone from your system. However, side effects from simva may take more time to resolve. Eg. 2-4 weeks for muscle aches. Hope this helps ...Read more
Right away: You can take these drugs at the same time if it's desired. The zithromax has a long half life and will remain in your body for 5 days after you stop taking it. Clindamycin's half life is much shorter and it will be eliminated from your body much more rapidly after stopping it. ...Read more
If u take 7 vauim 5mg and take niacin ANd driNkAwwater and don't take them alot how long will it take to get out of your system?
That depends: on whether you took the Valium all at one time (although 35 mg would be an overdose), or over what time period you took the Valium. Valium is a very long acting drug, and its half-life can vary from 20-100 hours. In general, it requires 5 half-lifes for a drug to be out of your system, that would be 100-500 hours (4-21 days). Metabolites may so on drug testing for up to 42 days (6 weeks). ...Read more
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