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I Have Fibroids And My Doctor Will Not Remove Them What Can I Do
Indication important: Just because one has fibroids does not automatically necessitate removal. It depends on whether the fibroid is causing symptoms (e.g. Pain, heavy bleeding, infertility, pelvic pressure, contstipation, etc.) and the symptoms are persistent even with nonsurgical interventions. If you believe this to be the case, seek for another fyn to help explain why it is or isn't appropriate to have it removed. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Uterine fibroids are the most common pelvic tumor in women. 1 of every 3 women of child-bearing age have these tumors and up to 80% of african-american women have fibroids. They are often asymptomatic but they can also cause significant symptoms. It is the most common cause of heavy menstrual bleeding. Pelvic pain and increased urinary frequency ...Read more
I have spots on my vagina for three days they are very itchy and I do not know what can I do can you tell me what will help me?
Maybe an infection: You should really see your healthcare provider to examine you and possibly do a culture. Some infections are sexually transmitted. It would not be right to recommend a treatment to you with this limited information. You need an exam for your own safety. ...Read more
My heels hurt a lot they always have but what can I do to fix this? Can i strengthen them? And if so how?
What to do if I have some moles that kinda make me insecure but i can't really go to a doctor about them right now to get them removed. Any home remedies?
I feel bumps on my "balls", and i really dont want to go to the doctor and show her you know. what can i do or should do?
Pcos treatment: Pcos is a chronic condition and you need to find a doctor to help you keep this in control in the long run. Usually pcos is associated with hyperglycemia. Control involves keeping your weight in control, regular hard exercise, a diet low in processed foods, low in sugar especially high fructose corn syup. If you are having excessive weight gain then you need medication. Also if you have acne. ...Read more
You tell me: If you've removed your own gallbladder, you should be qualified to know what to do now, no? Halsted removed his mother's gallbladder on their kitchen table. What did the pathology show? ...Read more
What to do if I have three really large freckles that form a perfect diagonal line across my cheek, and I really want to get them removed. how can I do that?
Folliculitis: What you have might be folliculitis and you can wet a clean washcloth with warm water and put it on the bumps. When the cloth cools, reheat it with warm water and put it back on the area. Repeat these steps for 10 to 15 minutes, 3 times a day. If not better, you need to see a doctor. Do not shave the area as it irritates and promotes folliculitis ...Read more
What to do if I have a huge free of needles, and what to do if I have to get my wisd teeth removed. Does it hurt?
What to do if I have a combination skin and have black pores on my nose ..What can I do to reduce them?
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What to do if I have so many pimples on my back and I use to pop them now What to do if I have back acne scars help!!?
Corn: A corn looks like a skin problem. It is really a hammertoe representing a contracted toe. The contracted toe causes the bone inside the toe to rub against the skin from the inside and then pushes the skin against the shoe. That combination creates a corn. You need to have your toe examined by a podiatrist. He or she can order x-rays of your foot to determine the position of the bone and advise you of what needs to be done to fix it. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Think long & hard: Removing ovaries prior to age 50 has been shown to drastically increase cardiovascular disease & result in earlier death. The heart protection the ovaries provide seems to continue even after the onset of menopause. Family history of ovarian cancer may lead to a recommendation for ovary removal & reduces cancer risk. Otherwise, this may not be a good idea. ...Read more
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