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Management Of Amenorrhea
What are the possible pharmacological basis of a patient's complain of non response to Sildenafil recommended for management of sexual dysfunction.
Other illness: When a medication for erectile dysfunction doesn't work, assuming the person took the medication as directed, it may be because there are other medical illnesses. Diabetes, high blood pressure, alcohol dependence, or other medications interfering with the sildenafil. Discuss all of this with your treating physician to determine the cause, and you should be able to get this cleared up. ...Read more
Avoiding Withdrawal: The best thing to do is to avoid opiate withdrawal symptoms in the first place by seeing a doctor who can prescribe suboxone, then establishing a taper plan whereby you take smaller and smaller doses each day until you can be weaned off completely. You can find a suboxone provider by googling "the Buprenorphine physician locator" on the web. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Thanks for asking!: Hypothalamic and pituitary disorders have low levels of gonadotropin and estrogen.Hgh has not been indicated for treatment of secondary amenorrhea. In cases of turner's syndrome where recombinent hgh along with estrogen is used as part of standard treatment but not for amenorrhea per say. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Which type of medical specialist is best suited for identifying cause of extreme fatigue and possible treatments? Not mental health related.
Start with PCP: I would suggest starting with a primary care physician who will take a complete history , perform a physical exam, and order appropriate tests. ...Read more
What is recommended non-hormonal treatment for diagnosis of DUB, recurrent ovarian cysts, and PCOS with ongoing severe pelvic pain and fever?
Helps with: Chronic pain due to neuropathic pain whether due to radiculopathy due to post spine surgery or postlaminectomy syndrome, diabetic or other neuropathies, chronic regional pain syndrome are a few reasons. Newer diagnoses its being shown to help with are peripheral vascular disease, heart/cardiac abnormalities like angina. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
None: It really depends on why you had the biopsy performed. Late proliferative endometrium is a normal finding, it just tells us where you were in your menstrual cycle when the biopsy was performed. It does mean that there is estrogen in your system, but otherwise it's not a condition. ...Read more
Yes and no: Nurses may get specialized training and develop expert-level knowledge and experience in chronic disease management, but there is not one universal certification or national exam for nurses in this area. A good, attentive nurse can be a tremendous ally in managing any chronic health issue! ...Read more
Behavoir problems: An experienced pediatrician can begin a work-up of a child with behavior problems. Depending on the severity of the issues with the child, a psychiatrist or psychologist may also need to be involved. If autism is suspected, then a developmental expert at a pediatric hospital can provide helpful information to discover why a child and family are struggling with certain behaviors. ...Read more
What is the medical term for the mental problems of codependency/adult child of alcoholic/para-alcoholic?
There isn't one: Since each person may experience a situation differently, many outcomes are possible. If pathology is there, it might be diagnosed differently. "codependent" is a common term, but it isn't a medical one. Depression and anxiety are frequent in people with such backgrounds. Sometimes they can also end up with compulsive personality features. Many other possibilities also. ...Read more
How will smoking, drinking, hormone imbalance, irregular periods and intake of contraceptives affect the treatment for dysmenorrhea?
Several issues: Dysmenorrhea is a common problem for women as they approach menopause. The birth control pill can be very helpful to control this. Women who are in their late 40's are perimenopausal, meaning close to menopause. At this time, your body is more sensitive to poor behaviors such as smoking and alcohol. You will feel best with a healthy diet and exercising, not smoking, and no excessive alcohol. ...Read more
Many factors: Choice of treatment depends on many factors. Research on which treatments work for which disorders is a key factor. For example, forms of cognitive behavioral therapy (e.g., prolonged exposure) have been shown to be best for treating post-traumatic stress disorder. Some other factors include the chronicity and nature of the disorder and the motivation of the patient to change. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Social skills: To simplify the pateint is retaught social skills in the social skills training. ...Read more