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In may 2011 I had rt lung biopsies and was given a diagnosis of ipf. In feb. Of this year I was told they nolonger believe I have ipf but do not know what I have. My question is how long does it take to stop having pain from the biopsies. My doctor says i
Depends...: I assume you mean the incision sites from the biopsies. This pain usually disappears over the course of several months. Sometimes the nerves can get compressed by surgical instruments causing pain for a longer time. Rarely the pain lasts more of a long term (years). Given your situation, consultation with a pain specialist would be helpful. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Varies: That depends on your doc and your health. Some docs make it a point to see 60 patients a day - you do the math. Others take much more time with patients. If your progress is uncomplicated then a visit can be brief and routine. Choose a doc you are comfortable with and that will take time with you. Ask your friends for input and then interview a few before you decide! ...Read more
Hello doctors, my question is can I take ibuprufen for body pain i'm taking Xanax 1mg before bed everyday thank you for respond?
Ibuprofen/Xanax: Yes, no significant adverse interactions here.Get a more detailed answer ›
Varies: Angioplasty's can be performed on any artery in the body. Certain areas are easier to access and treat than others. Certain blockages or problems are also more easily treated than others. Some of the shortest angioplasty cases may last only minutes while others may last several hours. ...Read more
Don't understand. ..: The question. Do u mean how long 2 do the procedure of replacement of the under surface of the patella in a tkr or do u mean repair a failed patellar resurfacing? B more specific ; then u can get an answer. ...Read more
Read Below: Serious problems after a concussion are rare, but can occur. Thus, a medical doctor should always be involved especially if the symptoms last more than 2-3 weeks: nausea or vomiting. Dizziness or balance problems. Bothered by light or noise. Weakness or numbness. Slowed thinking, headaches, difficulty remembering. Poor sleep, irritability, acting “in a fog”. School performance worse: get seen! ...Read more
Hello doctors. I had a biopsy of my lymph node on oct 31st. How long does it take to get the test results?
Doctors, what are the effects of nicotine withdrawal and how long does it take for the effects to happen?
Many effects and: a short time after last use. Nicotine is a short-acting drug, which is why people who smoke average 1-3 cigarettes per hour while awake (as opposed to heroin 3-4X/day). Withdrawal consists of anxiety, craving for tobacco, muscle tenseness, insomnia and irritability. It occurs within 4-7 hours after last dose, which is why very dependent smokers need a cigarette as soon as they wake up. ...Read more
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