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Is Ed Always Progressive
How many appointments do I need with a surgeon before having tumescent liposuction? Do I have to meet with a surgeon more than once before i can schedule my tumescent liposuction? How many follow-up appointments do I need?
This : This will avry between plastic surgeons but it is common to have an initial appointment for the doctor to learn about you and see if you are a good candidate for liposuction and for you to decide if that is who you want to take care of you. Next would be a pre-op visit to go over consents and finalize a plan. After surgery your plastic surgeon will want to see you early afterwards and at a set time thereafter to make sure you are healing well. I hope this helps. Dr edwards. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I had gall bladder surgery 2 weeks ago, i want to know what the recovery is before i can play racquet ball. How long before a person can play a vigorous active, such as, raquet ball after having your gall bladder removed.
While : While the general rule of thumb is 6 weeks, it can be shorter if it was done laparoscopically, if you are in otherwise good health and was relatively active before - it so, even as short as 2 weeks is possible. However if you are on other medications, such as corticosteroids, that may interfere with wound healing, it may take longer. In addition, if there is any redness or drainage from the wound, if you have other medical problems, such as diabetes, you have kidney or liver disease, history of poor healing, then you will also need longer period of time. As with any recovery after surgery, you need to resume activity in a graded manner, starting off lightly and increasing as you tolerate. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is it bad when the veins in your legs pop living bad brucing and pain im 29 years old I have suffered of high blood presure for 4 years now, lateley I have been getting this uncontrolable headaches can this be related?
Very : Very high blood pressure can definitely cause headaches. That's not the only cause, of course, but if your headaches are in fact caused by your high blood pressure, then it means you may be at risk of complications like bleeding. It's unusual for a 29 year-old to have high blood pressure, so when it happens you have to think of unusual causes. In some cases, high blood pressure in a young patient is due to a condition called fibromuscular dysplasia, which is a benign abnormality in the arteries that supply the kidneys. It is relatively easy to fix with a balloon, so it is worth checking for. This can be done with ultrasound or ct angiography. Whether or not your headaches are caused by your hypertension, and whether or not you have fibromuscular dysplasia, it's important to get it under control. Untreated high blood pressure can cause a host of long-term complications. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have heart palpitations all the time. Their very bothersome. I've had a heart ultra sound. Multiple ekgs. And 2- 24 hr. Heart monitors. I've also had blood work and all was normal. Could it all just be anxiety? I'm scared!
Palpitations: Depending on your age and other medical history, your physician can rule in or rule out diagnosis . You may need a longer heart monitoring like event monitor and may need electrophysiology consultation to look more deeply into the palpitations. Anxiety is a possible diagnosis but after every other possible cause has been eliminated including drugs prescribed or otherwise including otc supplements. ...Read more
My friend is 27 and has ALWAYS been completely disinterested in sex. He does not have ED. He found out he has low T (220 ng/dl). Is that likely cause?
What are the symptoms for psa. I feel my body is always hot compare to other bodies.When ever sme one touch i fell mine is body is hot.And I have ed?
See answer: Psa is an enzyme normally produced in every man's prostate gland. Psa is most commonly elevated in 3 different prostate conditions: hence its name, "prostate-specific antigen." these prostate conditions are prostate enlargement, prostate cancer, and prostate infection or inflammation all of which may or may not be associated with symptoms. The psa enzyme itself is not associated with any symptoms. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I've attempted counseling 3 diff times in 6yrs for ed/anxiety/dep and it always seems worse while i'm in counseling so I end up stopping. Why worse?
Mismatch vs other?: It's possible there's a mismatch between you & your therapist, & s/he needs to hear your feelings. On the other hand, the therapy of some problems requires acknowledging destructive behavior patterns that interfere with healing. This can make one feel "worse" before feeling better. An example is patterns like substance abuse, which are common. Not sure if this describes you, though. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can ovulation dates change each month? Or is it always the same day? I'm somewhat worried because i o'ed a few days earlier than the 14th cycle day.
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