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Azd 6244- mek inhibitor- a selective mitogen-activated protein kinase (mek) inhibitor. Mk 2206- akt inhibitor. Why prescription for me? It ? Nsclc/mets
Molecular targeting: These agents are designed to selectively knock out key pathways your tumor may use to grow. Presumably you already had your tumor tested for these different mutations. Ask the doctor offering these options to explain their rationale. These are investigational studies and many of the treatment costs may be covered-ask. ...Read more
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Wellness screen: A mental health check is brief screening of emotional, social and occupational functioning that is often done as a part of a annual medical check-up. Mental health checks are a good way of identifying people who have undiagnosed but very treatable mental health concerns. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Wbc-3.6rbc-4.84hemoglo-15.3hematocrit45.6mcv-94.2mch-31.7mchc33.6rdw-13.8platelet ct-299absolt neutro ct1.51segs42lymphs34monos-13eos-8baso-3 is it ok?
Probably: The differential is showing quite a few eosinophils which could support allergy including drug, or much more rarely a parasitic infection. Hard to say much more than that without the clinical context. ...Read more
Does augmentin (amoxicillin and clavulanate) (amoxicillin/clavulanate potassium) inhibit CYP3A4 enzyme?
The Answer Is.......: No Non Ne Bu Nee Nein Lo Nei Ni Nai Aniyo Ne Nei Na Nie Nao Nu Niet Nie Hapana Nej .......well, you get the point....... ...Read more
Coldness fatigue chest pain dizzy chlor110 aniongap3 urea/creat119 urate0.14 ALP40 Hgb124 (w/supps) baso0.01 eos0.09 mono0.32 neut3.5 lymp2.21 wbc6.2?
Chest pain/fatigue: Is chest pain on palpating the chest? Could be reflux, H pylori,gallbladder, mitral valve prolapse or mycoplasma infection with sinusitis, costochondritis. Heart attack unlikely at your age unless underlying autoimmune disease/ genetics/severe obesity. Follow up with doctor/urgent care. The numbers seem OK . I assume Hbg 12.4; urea/cr 11.9 ...Read more
Asthma: The most prevalent chronic childhood disease is asthma. Prevalence is the total number of children with the disease at the current time. For asthma, the prevalence is about 10% of children. For childhood acute illnesses that go away after a short while, colds are the most common (usually caused by rhinoviruses). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What does bmd stand for? Many anti psychotic&mood stabilizer prescribed.Including perphenazine 8mg tid, trihexyphenidyl 2mg tid sodium valproate200 tid
Acronym: Acronyms can be confusing sometimes. But from the letters you list and the medications you've been prescribed, i'm guessing it might stand for bipolar mood disorder. Your best bet is to ask the doctor or other mental health professional who used it -- see what was truly meant. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does augmentin (amoxicillin and clavulanate) (amoxicillin/clavulanate potassium) inhibit CYP34A enzyme?
Increased aldolase, complement c3/c4 serum, sed rate, c-react. Protein, beta globulin, monocytes, bun/creatin low mcv-mch, vit d-possible causes?
Complicated: When i was doing clinical medicine, these were collectively sort of the flags for sarcoid disease but I am not saying that's the case here. This is because sarcoid is a diagnosis of exclusion so the advice is to rule out other diseases with additional diagnostic tests which can be done by a primary care physician or rheumatologist. ...Read more
Help have anemia L rbc/ H MCV & mch/ Lsodium, potassium, chloride, neut/ H bilirubin/H creatine kinase & wbc?
You're not your labs: Please forgive my frankness. Labs mean nothing in the absence of a history and physical exam. There are literally hundreds of causes of anemia. If you also have high MCV, you have pernicious anemia until proved otherwise, but any physician can perform a basic anemia workup and yours has a duty to explain the next steps to you. We'd also need the actual number even to do more guesswork. ...Read more
Why Lithium: There are a number of reasons for prescribing lithium, some of which are off-label. Lithium is commonly prescribed to treat symptoms of bipolar disorder. Other reasons include assisting with anger management by decreasing explosive episodes. Another is to augment or boost the antidepressant effects from antidepressants. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What condition presents w/:wbc4.82 rbc3.57 hgb11.3 hct33.4, rdw-cv11.6, mpv8.4, neutro40.3%, lympho11.2%, mono0.54%, eosino2.5%, baso0.6%, sedrate 33, CRP 0.2, rf 12, beta-globulin 1.3, a/g 0.9&hi folate (folic acid)?
Taking 50mg-zoloft, 50mg-vyvanse, 40mg-protonix, donnatal-4 daily, viokase16-4 daily, 5000-vit.D3, aleve-440mg 4 pain.Could meds damage liver?Were elevated.
Possibly: See your doctor to adjust your regimen as some can cause liver enzymes elevations. ...Read more
Older term: This is an older term for women with an abnormal disinterest in sex or an inability to orgasm even during masturbation. Regardless of the nomenclature, sexual health in women may require counselling and treatment if the problem persists and is interferring with women's life. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Plasma Vitamin D <4.2 ng/mL
Serum Vitamin B12 -197
Serun Alkaline Phosphatase-356
Need Vits D3 and B12: You are severely deficient in Vitamins D3 and B12. I recommend 10,000 IU of Vit D3 per day, and 1,000 mcg methylcobalamin each day. Your D3 levels should be 60-70 ng/dl. ...Read more
Ongoing polymyositis treatment @5mg prednisone&500mg sulfasalazine/day&17.5mg methotrexate/wk...What are appropriate jo1, wbc, abs mono, etc results?
Speak to your MD: With all due respect, your best place for this source of information is the physician providing your care, who knows you as a patient, your medical condition, and any other factors that may influence your treatment and results. This type of forum is best suited for general information on a topic, but not advice on specific care of a complicated problem. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer