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Is There Any Way To Get A Prescription For A Adult Diapers
Homemade 'Lytes: The who has lots of resources online about types of dehydration solutions, but here is a simple recipe adapted from rehydrate.Org: -six (6) level teaspoons of sugar -half (1/2) level teaspoon of salt -one litre (~ 4.5 cups) of clean drinking or boiled and cooled water. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Only a doctor can prescribe anti depressants and you would need to be seen and evaluated by a doctor before they would prescribe an antidepressant. ...Read more
Medication: Is an option. Consult with a psychiatrist. Other options to recover from depression without counseling are regular exercise, connect with friends or make new ones, join something that serves the needs of others, eat healthy, find a job that has meaning for you, read books about recovering from depression, re-connect or connect for the first time with god through your faith community, . ...Read more
How would you go about getting an autism diagnosis for a young adult? Is there any benefit to get a diagnosis?
Find an expert: In most areas, it would be highly unusual for someone with autism to make it to adulthood without having been diagnosed, but it still happens. Evidence suggests autism manifests between birth and age 21/2 or so. There is no specific treatment for it; but, knowing what the trouble is may help. Also, am autism diagnosis might give eligibility to programs & services restricted to that diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not likely: As with all prescription medications in the United States, Xalatan (latanoprost) is regulated to be sold only on the direction of a physician. Although Xalatan (latanoprost) has a very low side effect risk, it should only be used under the supervision of your eye doctor. Having a prescription ensures that the doctor is giving you the best treatment that you should be having. ...Read more
Is there a way a doctor can get insurance to pay for serequel if no other insomnia medication works??
Seroquel (quetiapine) is not: an insomnia medication. Its an antipsychotic used in the management of Mood disorders and Schizophrenia. Try melatonin 4 mg (you can get it over the counter) There are patient assistance programs for similar meds to seroquel (quetiapine). Talk to your doctor about help with procuring medication. ...Read more
Potentially: Currently the main option for patients with food allergy is avoidance and epinephrine. Some people grow out of their food allergy, especially to milk and egg if diagnosed as a child. Peanut and shellfish more often life-long allergy. Oral immuotherapy for common food allergens is currently being offered by a number of Allergists throughout the country which is an alternative to avoidance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Conception involves 2 parties, a sperm and an egg. There is no 'sure' way to conceive other than to have sex, preferably every other day, around the time of ovulation. For a woman, knowing when you ovulate can, of course, help immensely in this process. There are apps that help you (check basal body temp every morning, for instance) as well as ovulation predictor kits. Good luck! ...Read more
No: Bruxism in children is not a stress habit nor a habit to try and find a comfortable position for there bite. It is a neuromuscular electical habit that just occurs in some children. It can make there teeth look like they have disappear and sometimes depending upon the situation the dentist may have to make something similar to a denture and cement in place. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Depends: Std and/or pregnancy related care laws vary state to state, so cannot say definitively. Also depends on how young a minor. Best to call county health department and ask about rules, then location(s) and hours if allowed. If not, sorry, but should be seen by doctor. If = 14, should be seen by dr due to abuse concerns. ...Read more
Patience: The baby acne is a common event that reflects hormones transferred during the pregnancy. While the baby is floating in moisture, the skin is will not respond, but within weeks of birth they break out for many weeks before the hormone levels begin to drop ; the acne disappears. Keeping the skin clean ; avoiding irritating soaps helps. Occasional use of a 1/2% hc once daily can calm some lesions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on variables: Some kids have milder problems and will respond to reduction of controllable distractions and counseling.All affected kids need some counseling to deal with their social and behavioral interactions. Yet most of the younger patients will need more. Self control is often more successful in the older kid who wants to come off meds. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is there a way to get an inhaler script done without seeing a dr? No insurance or money to have appointment.
No: You must see a doctor. You can also call a telemedicine service to discuss by phone or video with a doctor but you can only get 1 refill before you are required to see a doctor in-person. This is per law in all states. ...Read more
We always try : You can discuss this with your dermatologist. There are many therapies both topically, orally or by injection. Some people have even thought to go gluten-free it can go away. There is no easy answer. You need to have a heart to heart discussion with your physician and dermatologist ...Read more