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I have had a migraine everyday for 7 years I have lost my insurance And need my meds badly my nuro dr will not see me any ideas?

I have had a migraine everyday for 7 years I have lost my insurance And need my meds badly my nuro dr will not see me any ideas?

Migraine: What medication you were taking for your migraine. Have you been officially diagnosed with migraine. You can go to urgent care for med refill or can do virtual consult or concierge for the same. ...Read more

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How do I help myself and make it stop since 5am 27th I have been havering diarroeh and now I've started being sick is this the nuro virus, or?

How do I help myself and make it stop since 5am 27th I have been havering diarroeh and now I've started being sick is this the nuro virus, or?

Seek treatment: After 3-4 days of diarrhea and now with vomiting, it's time to see a physician. This may be an simple or a serious infection, or there could be an issue in your intestines. Most simple infections last only a day or two, and since your symptoms are worsening, it's time to seek professional help. Diarr. ...Read more

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What do nuro doctors give patient with progressive flare up of MS when effect. Other organs first time. Really worried the epsodise is bad please help?

What do nuro doctors give patient with progressive flare up of MS when effect. Other organs first time. Really worried the epsodise is bad please help?

Steroids, interferon: A flair up of ms is often treated with IV steroids. You should be on an immunmodulating medication to avoid flair ups all together. ...Read more

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Medically, which are root causes of nervousness and depression? Is it imbalance of nuro-transmiters?? if yesthenwhy?

Medically, which are root causes of nervousness and depression? Is it imbalance of nuro-transmiters?? if yesthenwhy?

Yes: Neurotransmitter imbalance is a main cause for anxiety and depression. Other causes can vary from thyroid to adrenal problems, MTHFR and genetic pre-dispositions, to diet and lifestyle including food sensitivities (such as gluten). Nutrient deficiencies are also a factor. ...Read more

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I have a 14*5mm calcified minigomia on my right frontal lope. I get headaches and pains nuro docs said its calcified it's stable. They say anxity help?

I have a 14*5mm calcified minigomia on my right frontal lope. I get headaches and pains nuro docs said its calcified it's stable. They say anxity help?

Meningiomas.: Meningiomas need to be followed to make sure they are stable and not growing. The vast majority are benign. Mri is the best way to follow them. They do not require treatment (surgery or radiosurgery) if stable and not causing symptoms. Your meningioma might be causing symptoms. If so, it might be worth considering having it removed. Talk to your neurologist about it. ...Read more

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Please tell me what is nuro circulatory asthenia? Treatment of this problem

Please tell me what is nuro circulatory asthenia? Treatment of this problem

Da Costa's Syndrome: Neurocirculatory asthenia is also called da costa's syndrome. It's an unusual disorder that may occur after a respiratory illness. No one knows what causes it but it's harmless. There is no treatment for it other than reassurance and exercise.

Here's something to read more: http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pmc/articles/pmc1277260/. ...Read more

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Anyone know good pain killers that help with a slipped disk as voltaren (diclofenac) and nuro plus doesn't help!

Anyone know good pain killers that help with a slipped disk as voltaren (diclofenac) and nuro plus doesn't help!

Think "meds plus": 1st thing is, you should be guided by someone who can see you in the office who is a pain management doc who knows rehabilitation AND pain management.
"Nuro plus" is unlikely to be helpful. It's for general neuropathy. Not likely to help if you have a compressed nerve (which you might have)
Think Neurontin or Lyrica (pregabalin). They need careful dose adjustment.
Good physical therapy is also important. ...Read more

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Constant small twitch in tricep been going on for more than a month I have a nuro app. Next month. Did some reading now worried about ALS should I be?

Constant small twitch in tricep been going on for more than a month I have a nuro app. Next month. Did some reading now worried about ALS should I be?

Do NOT worry: A localized twitch in one area could be very benign, but could also be due to localized nerve compression or damage. ALS is widespread as it proceeds, and not uncommonly starts with fasciculations in hand and/or thigh muscles. ...Read more

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Nerve issues in the upper arm and hand, not sure what is putting preasure on the median? Nuro not helping.

Nerve issues in the upper arm and hand, not sure what is putting preasure on the median? Nuro not helping.

Nerve test: If I interpret your question correctly, there seems to some type of neuropathy in arm. Carpal tunnel is one of the most common ones. The median nerve is either inflamed or compressed on the palm side of the wrist. We treat this with wrist splinting, anti-inflammatories, injections & surgery for more severe cases. A nerve conduction study can help confirm the cause of your symptoms. ...Read more

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I have had MRIs and seen a Nuro doc at a children's hospital for the past year I have another appointment I am 18 can I still see a pediatrician?

I have had MRIs and seen a Nuro doc at a children's hospital for the past year I have another appointment I am 18 can I still see a pediatrician?

Transitions: Many specialty pedi docs will continue to see kids in their late teens and early 20's until a mutually agreeable transition to another doctor is carried out. You might want to call ahead and talk to the staff about how they handle this transition. ...Read more

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I have a pain on my right side of my head comes and goes. It's affecting my right eye. I have a calcified mengomia. Saw too nuro docs they said anxit?

I have a pain on my right side of my head comes and goes. It's affecting my right eye. I have a calcified mengomia. Saw too nuro docs they said anxit?

Neurology said: Anxiety. What did ophthalmology say? Are you engaged in counseling? Talking therapy ranks really high. Cognitive behavioral therapy can be quite effective. Aim for daily exercise, 8 hours of sleep per night ; good nutrition with 5 servings of veggies ; 4 of fruit per day. Try tai chi, yoga, qi gong, progressive muscle relaxation, deep breathing exercises ; meditation. Don't isolate - spend time. ...Read more

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My 10 year old son was diagnosed with a pineal cyst 3 mys ago. He is having vision, hearing, seizures, and headaches. Why is nuro dr not concerned?

My 10 year old son was diagnosed with a pineal cyst 3 mys ago. He is having vision, hearing, seizures, and headaches. Why is nuro dr not concerned?

Not sure: Many of the symptoms you describe would not be caused by a pineal cyst. These cysts are typically benign and are watched over time to ensure they don't increase in size. The only symptom that could be related to the pineal cyst would be the vison, but there tends to be very specific vision changes related to pineal enlargement. If you're dissatisfied get a 2nd opinion. ...Read more

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How do they test for Lyme disease? I have sjogrens and fibro and positive ana. Lyme disease sounds a lot like this. I have nuro logical problems too.

How do they test for Lyme disease? I have sjogrens and fibro and positive ana. Lyme disease sounds a lot like this. I have nuro logical problems too.

ELISA and: Western blot test.
Elisa is the test that used to detect lyme disease. To support the diagnosis and eliminate the false-positives results western blot test is recommended. ...Read more

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I am diagnosed with chronic migraines and my nuro was giving aetonol and norco (hydrocodone and acetaminophen) for pain she refuses to see me now because of no insurance can you help?

I am diagnosed with chronic migraines and my nuro was giving aetonol and norco (hydrocodone and acetaminophen) for pain she refuses to see me now because of no insurance can you help?

Suggestions: Be screened formally for an opioid use disorder. If not present best to avoid opioid long term. Prevention is worth a pound of cure. There are several rather inexpensive pharmaceuticals and supplements to try for prevention. Speak with your reg doc and get copies of your records so one can readily appreciate what has been tried. All the best. ...Read more

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What is nerd?

A nerd is: Someone who is absorbed in technology and often introverted. ...Read more

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What is nemo therex?

What is nemo therex?

? pneumothorax: I have not heard of the term but I think you are referring to pneumothorax. Pneumothorax is an air leak from the lung. This happens when there is a puncture into the lung and air comes out, similar to a punctured ballon. This can be mild or serious and can cause collapse of the lung. It can happen with trauma or from a procedure/surgery. ...Read more

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How often should I nurse?

How often should I nurse?

Every 2-3 hours: If you just had your baby, you should plan to nurse at least every 2-3 hours, with a goal of about 8-12 feedings per 24 hrs. It is a good idea to keep track of your feedings in the first week of life. Once your milk supply comes in and your baby starts to take more milk at a time, the feeding frequency declines. This is something your pediatrician will be able to provide further guidance on. ...Read more

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What does a triage nurse do?

What does a triage nurse do?

Assess you.: A triage nurse makes an assessment to decide what your condition is, how important is the need for immediate care and who best needs to treat you. ...Read more

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What is a nurse practicioner?

Advance R Nurse: Is an advanced practice registered nurse who has completed graduate-level education (either a master of nursing or doctor of nursing practice degree)
nurse practitioners treat both physical and mental conditions through comprehensive history taking physical exams, ordering and interpreting diagnostic tests. Nps can then diagnose certain diseases and provide appropriate treatment for the patients. ...Read more

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Do bed wetters have neuro damage?

Do bed wetters have neuro damage?

Unlikely: Bed wetting has not been known to cause neurological damage. ...Read more

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Which type of nurse treats children?

Which type of nurse treats children?

Nurse: A Pediatric Nurse who has done additional training in the field of Pediatrics ...Read more

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How long should I nurse for in one sitting?

How long should I nurse for in one sitting?

About 10-15 min/side: In the first days after delivery, it will likely take a while for your breast milk to come in. Once your milk is in, most babies will effectively be able to nurse about 10-15 minutes per breast for each feeding. As your baby gets older, he/she may become more efficient & able to get the milk out faster than that. Also, some babies nurse from only one side at a time- if so, 20 minutes may suffice. ...Read more

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What should I do if my baby will not nurse?

Nursing: What have you tried and what has failed? Keep a running diary of what works and what doesn't. Ask friends and family what they have used and use the internet for tips and tricks. Only trial and error will allow you to figure what works for your child. ...Read more

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How do I find a dr to do a neuro/psych exam?

How do I find a dr to do a neuro/psych exam?

Ask around: People you could ask include your primary care doctor, or people at your local chapter of organizations of patients suffering from mental illness and their families - examples of which in the us would be nami. Org, nmha. Org and dbsalliance. Org. ...Read more

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Who are the nurses who specialize in women's health?

Nurses: En, kpn, nurse practitioners, who are trained to work with specialists in that field. ...Read more

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