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What causes stiff shoulder and if I leave it alone ie. Without medication, ointment and stretching exercises, how long will it take to heal completely?
Depends: Usually takes 6 weeks for something to heal without help. But it depends what is wrong with your shoulder. Usually you need to do something to help it heal. Big joints require movement to be healthy so you at least need some corrective exercise. ...Read more
What is a safe over-the-counter medication that could be used for ezcema, besides a cream or ointment. A pill form maybe?
Pill for eczema: There is no pill for eczema. Antihistamines are sometimes used for itch or swelling. Cortisone creams are the first line of defense for this condition. ...Read more
Are there any over-the-counter medications /ointments for chalazions? I really need help and warm compressors are not working for me.
How can you increas hair volume. Is there prescription creams, ointments, gells, or oral medications?
You can generate:
Substantial new hair growth by injecting PRP (platelet rich plasma) into the scalp in combination with nutrients to help hair grow. Also performed is microneedling of the scalp to produce a healing response. The PRP enhances blood flow and rejuvenates the tissues.
See this video for an example.
https://www. Youtube. Com/watch? V=5tso7dYZzcE ...Read more
Do cold sores always go throughout their 8-10 day stages, that is WITHOUT any medical treatment/ointments or medication?
Hi doctors, was just wondering what is a good medication/ointment/product that I can use to numb an injection site before injections?
Ethyl chlorid spray: The above spray is often used for minor procedures but usually not for injections. ...Read more
I have been suffering from cold sores for years. Can you please prescribe me medication and or ointment to prevent them and also to help stop or shor?
Depends: When you have an acute flare of a cold sore, you could complete a HealthTap Prime consultation with a doctor who could prescribe any of the oral prescription regimens, if he/she feels comfortable. If you are interested in long term suppressive therapy you'll be best served working with your primary care doctor, due to long term monitoring needs. ...Read more
Is there a good over-the-counter medication/ointment to help maintain/decrease the appearance and symptoms of plaque psoriasis?
Can try cortaid (hydrocortisone): Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune disease, which affects almost 15 million americans, and most have such minimal disease that they may not even know they have it. A few hundred thousand people have terrible disease with thick plaques on their scalp, hands, feet, and body, and even psoriatic arthritis, you can try some otc drugs, products, with urea, coal tar, and cortisone, but they may not work. ...Read more
16mo old son has diarrhea 4 the last 2 days and has caused a terrible rash. Prev medication ointment not working. Aloe & vaseline & powder not fixing?
Zind oxide: Irritative rashes from diarrhea in toddlers ae amongst the most stubborn rashes to cure. Try and get some daily air into that area - let him run around diaperless outside - who cares if he poops or pees on the lawn? Then, a diaper cream that has zinc oxide may be more useful - some brand names: triple paste, butt paste, desitin, (zinc oxide diaper cream) or generic zinc oxide. ...Read more
Got itching white patch just below my testicles. Any medication for it. I've used betaderm ointment, is this good or bad practice.
Got itching white patch (small) just below my testicles. Any medication for it. I've used betaderm ointment. Is it a good practice or I should avoid.
Antifungal: This is a warm moist area that increases the risk for minor skin fungal overgrowth, that becomes itchy and is often associated with white patches. Try hairdryer to area after shower, then apply antifungal powder or lotion. Nystatin, lotrimine are antifungals, available at most pharmacies over the counter. Be well. ...Read more
I have a lump on my buttock cheek. It is just a small one. Is it necessary to remove? Or what others treatment can I get (like ointment or medication)
Lump: Any lump needs to be diagnosed so you will know what you are dealing with. After that, your doctor can help you determine if it needs to be removed or treated in another way. Peace and good health. ...Read more
What medication should I use to treat red swollen and irritated face due to itching during allergic reaction? (to fluocinonide ointment)
Palms of hands & bottom of feet peels, what could be the cause? I have used medicated ointments, creams, athlets foot medications &psorioss meds.
Need diagnosis: There are many causes of the changes in your palms and feet. Your dermatologist can help clarify what these causes are and direct appropriate therapy. ...Read more
Will latisse have interactions with other medications I take? I'm on an oral carbonic anhydrase inhibitor for glaucoma. Will using latisse have any adverse affect or interaction? Are there other medications or ointments that might be a problem if used tog
Should: Should not have any adverse affect but may result in an even lower eye pressure. You may see if you eye doctor can switch you form the carbonic anydrase inhibitor to Lumigan eye drops which will help the glaucoma and your lashes at the same time (lumigan and Latisse (bimatoprost) are the same medicine). ...Read more
Would it be safe for me to use Preparation H Hemorrhoidal Ointment while on the blood pressure medication Metoprolol-HCTZ?
YES: Perfectly safe- no interaction.Get a more detailed answer ›
Mother (55) has a lymph node near groin area. Doctor gave her 2 medications plus an ointment but now skin above node is turning red. Is this normal?
Acne I have acne, mostly blackheads, and it resides on my nose and under my eyes. Is there any good acne medicine out there that could help this? Also, I have a few scars from acne, is there also any ointment or medication to help that?
Typically: Typically for blackheads, a retinoid medication is used (such as differin (adapalene) or retin-a). Read more about acne, including the treatment options and simple tips, on the link below. As for the scars, it depends on the depth and width of the scars. Options might include laser, chemical peels, or dermabrasion. I hope that helps. ...Read more
Please see: Please see a dermatologist. You may need a biopsy. ...Read more
Various options: Unfortunately, hemorrhoids are somewhat common in pregnancy. As you approach term, the increase in pelvic pressure from the growing uterus and fetus place increased pressure on your pelvic floor and vessels. This aggrevates the hemorrhoids by causing more congection, swelling and discomfort. Several otc therapies may help like tucks (witch hazel) pads or suppositories. Additionally, stool softerners help. ...Read more
Can you recommend an anti inflamatory drug or ointment that is safe to use if you are taking warfarin?
Can you provide an update: teva, xenon receives us fda orphan drug status for pain rx, tv-45070 (for erythromelalgia). When available? An ointment?
New drug for pain: Most physicians do not know about this drug because it is so new and not released yet. Check with your local pain expert in your area for more information regarding this drug. They will know the most about it. Also the reps will be chatting this up before it is to be released and they may learn about this drug through them. Good luck and fell better! ...Read more
Do antipsychotics stop working and return you to your original state before medications when discontinued? I am definitely not the same as pre medicat
NO: No one and no disease is the same after being on medication, most of medical illnesses have no curative solutions, rather controlling and managing ones. I.E someone with hi blood pressure can't stop his meds and assume he will be the same. Psychopharmacology has advanced significantly and your doctor can work with you so you get the best results with the least possible side effects. ...Read more
When psychiatrists say that's your original symptoms returning after discontinuing medications, is that some sort of trick? Symptoms not as bad before
No, not a "trick": Sometimes it can be hard to distinguish between symptoms indicating withdrawal from medications, and those of the original complaint. If you're tapering medications & your symptoms are worse now than before the medications, it's possible that both situations are happening. Your doctor will work with you towards relief form your symptoms, and more lasting treatment of baseline issues. ...Read more
I'm having psorasis on palms n ankles since almost 2 yrs doctr prescribed ointments psorfuse, halox ES, and calcitrol tab. No results suggest drug?
Sometimes UV therapy or sunlight helps psoriasis lesions. That may be an option. But these areas would need to be exposed to the sun for this to work.
There are too many treatment options to list here. Consider this information:
http://www. Psoriasis. Org/about-psoriasis/treatments ...Read more
I've heard prolonged antibiotics can change stomach chemistry. I've taken T.B medication for 2 years (cured). how to return to original chemistry??
Stomach chem: Since you have stopped the medicine your stomach will automatically revert to normal. Good luck ...Read more
My original medication is no longer available. I've had this since I was 13 on and off. I used to be given a pill by my dermotogist and within 7 days?
Return to derm: Since you were treated for so long contact the prescribing doctor and ask what to substitute medication. With. This is where you start ...Read more
Is there a problem if I take my prescription medication (restoril) if it has been out of its original container?
Restoril (temazepam): Is a capsule & should be ok if not expired. ...Read more