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How high would my BP be to go see a dr?

If unsure: i would go if the top number was consitantly over 140 and the bottom number over 85 ...Read more

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For what conditions should I see a e.N.T. Instead of a g.P.?

For what conditions should I see a e.N.T. Instead of a g.P.?

When to see an ENT D: It varies... It depends on the problem and the experience of the g.P. Anytime a patient is not cured by simple measures they are a candidate for a specialty referral. Often a gp doesn't have the time to sort through a difficult problem like dizziness so they refer to an ENT for further tests and treatment. ...Read more

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Why would i need to see a hemotologist?

Why would i need to see a hemotologist?

For blood disorders: Generally you will see a hematologist on referral from your primary doctor. You would be experiencing paleness, shortness of breath, bruising, loss of function and many other symptoms which could be from many sources. Your family doc will figure out that it is a blood disorder and the hematologist will analyze it and determine the best treatment. ...Read more

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I see my dreams in reality and i feel so scared?

I see my dreams in reality and i feel so scared?

See your dr. : I recommend you to see your family doctor or pediatrician. ...Read more

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Can you physically see fleas?

Can you physically see fleas?

Yes: Fleas are arthropods that can be visible to the naked eye. Scabies are small mites that would be difficult to see without the use of a magnified lens. ...Read more

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What dr. Do you see for crepitus?

What dr. Do you see for crepitus?

Crepitus: Crepitus is a sound, not a diagnosis. This sound description can apply to noises from the joints, tendons, skin, lungs, etc. Hence, it depends on where the crepitus originates. If unsure, start with your primary care provider. ...Read more

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What causes you to see black specks ?

What causes you to see black specks ?

Black Spots: You can have a benign condition called floaters that can flicker into your peripheral vision. If you have a history of migraines that can cause spots. If your blood pressure is also extremely elevated you can have spotty changes in your vision. ...Read more

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How come i see things that aren't there/am i crazy?

"Crazy"?: Some people use the word "crazy" to mean psychotic -- where seeing and hearing things that aren't there can certainly happen. There are many possible causes for such symptoms, and treatments differ accordingly. You can see a psychiatrist for an evaluation, and get closer to a diagnosis that leads to effective treatment. Then you'll know more about "why" this is happening. ...Read more

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Going to see a haemotologist tomorrow. What should I expect?

Going to see a haemotologist tomorrow. What should I expect?

General exam: Most go to a hematologist because of a blood disorder on referral from a family doctor or internist. You may be anemic or have some other problem in that system. The hematologist will ask about your symptoms, give you a general exam, probably draw blood to analyze its composition and may order a few other tests depending upon these results. Usually nice guys = don't worry. ...Read more