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Lots of causes:
A variety of GI causes, incl. Inflammation of esophagus, stomach, pancreas, liver, . Infection
metab causes, abnormal glucose, sodium, potassium levels, diabetes
, pregnancy and other gyn causes
, sinus, inner ear and neurological causes (a bunch)
meds, alcohol, tobacco
ongoing? Severe? Recurrent? Other symptoms (e.g. Headache, room spinning, hearing change? Chronic? Etc.
See md, get che. ...Read more
Britain vs. U.S.: The nhs, or national health service, is the publicly funded health care system of the united kingdom. Medicaid is a healthcare program in the United States designed to serve low income families or those with certain disabilities, and is funded by both the states and federal government. ...Read more
Gum Grafts on NHS: Depends on your provider. Ask for pre- approval for any procedure. They should tell you what your out of pocket expense will be. Just ask. Sometimes they can only give an estimate. But it should be close. Gum grafts work. Everyone likes the good result. Best. ...Read more
Cannot say.: No doctor here practices in thatvsystem. Ask your own doctor. ...Read more
Here are some. ..: Largely, most of foreskin restoration is considered as a cosmetic matter, which would probably not be covered by NHS. Occasionally, circumcision may cause penile dysfunction for sex due to too much foreskin removal or in inadvertent nerve injury. For the former, some plastic surgery could be done depending on the residual anatomical feasibility; for the later, it would be impossible to help. ...Read more
Mental illness: NAMI is a great a place to start to seek information related to mental illness ...Read more
Triptanes: Medications called triptanes (eg imitrex) work good in case of occasional migranes. They need to be taken just when you started feeling the attack is coming. Otherwise, they may not work very well. Ask your physician detailed instructions. Also it is absolutely necessary to have the diagnosis of migraine established. These drugs will not work for other headaches. ...Read more
This question might be better answered by a british physician familiar with the national health services.
http://www. Nhs. Uk/pages/homepage. Aspx. ...Read more
Zeolite, does this product help nhl. I've had it for two and a half years, would like to see a miracle?
I have had a verruca for 6 yrs tried everything been told you can't get it frozen or cut on the nhs anymore?
See plastic surgeon: If this problem is really affecting you, I would recommend to see a plastic surgeon. Those doctors have many tools that could help. Their focus is on making you look good (cosmesis) so I hope you could get some benefit from them. Otherwise, I would see an ID doctor who specializes in killing viruses -they may have something that could help you. ...Read more
Successfullly treated anaplastic t cell nhl 7 years ago. Now have enlarged epitrochlear nodes 2 months. Should I be worried?
See your MD: As you know, lymph gland enlargement can be caused by different things and infection would be the most common cause. However due to at least 2 reasons- firstly- it has been there for 2 months and secondly- the fact that you had a history of anaplastic t cell nhl- I think you should go to see your oncologist or pmd- just to be in the safe side further investigation should be done. Good luck. ...Read more
Would u trust that this is nhl. Just maybe follicular is questionable. Urs in major organ & doccwants to treat based on this diasgnosis?
Yes: Side effects of probiotics are infrequent, but do occur. When they occur, they tend to be gastrointestinal nature, such as nausea. In some people, they go away after a few weeks, but not always. Align also contains milk protein, so if you are lactose intolerant you may not tolerate it. If side effects persist, either switch to a different probiotic or stop taking them altogether. Good luck. ...Read more
What is nhs: Please clarify what nhs is.Get a more detailed answer ›
Incomplete: Unfortunately your question is incomplete. .. Try resubmitting. ...Read more
Many variables ~40K: One source (http://www. Mirror. Co.uk/features/how-avoid-care-home-fees-3835475) estimates 40K (sorry, can't make pound symbol) annually for nursing home care in UK. But as in the States, there are too many variables to offer one answer. Check out http://www. Nhs. Uk/conditions/social-care-and-support-guide/pages/care-homes. Aspx & http://www. Bbc. Com/news/health-30990913. ...Read more
How to end the health anxiety? I couldn't stop myself diagnosing new illnesses. Does NASSAs help to reduce my anxiety levels?
Our dr. Made "miracle mouthwash." this is what it says on the bottle: "tetra/nysta/hydro/q-dry/cherr." what do each of these mean?
Nasa scientist have found that breaking up sitting with throughout the day, is healthier than once a day exercise. How can you measure this?
Consult with the nasa scientist. Sitting for long periods is not healthy.
Excercise is healthy. Not sure how the proposed conclusions were decided upon. ...Read more
1st PET: SUV max 9.3, 30.2, & 20.2-30.1 (NHL (DLBCL) Stage II A. After 3 cycle of chemo, PET:SUV max 3.9, 3.0 & 3.7. Is decease improving & by how much?
This is a good respo:
Your tumor has shown excellent response. The PET SUV below 3 is considered near normal...your's is almost there.
Ask you doctor to check the size of your lymphoma node tumor before treatment and now. The enlarged nodes should have reduced or resolved by now. Also inquire about the value of radiotherapy to the affected lymph nodes...that is a part of the treatment in most cases. ...Read more