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Bladder spasms/OAB: Oab (overactive bladder) can occur for no good reason or due to neurologic problem or bladder cancer. Meds (pills/patch/gel) can control symptoms but do not cure. Behavioral therapy, neuromodulation (electrical stimulation to help nerves work better) &injection of Botox into bladder are effective treatments. Depending on age, exam& urinalysis, cystoscopy (look inside bladder may be needed. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
After gastricsleeve what can cause malupsortion? Any warning signs to be looking for? When to take action
Dumping syndrome: This is when the food passes through the stomach too quickly and is not digested. This beings extra fluid into the small bowel and causes symptoms of vomiting, diarrhea, dizziness, fatigue, bloating and cramping. This generally happens soon after eating. There is another syndrome which occurs 1-3 hours after eating. They are called early and late dumping syndromes and are associated with a bypass. ...Read more
In the recent news, McNeil has been found guilty of recalls dated in 2010. Are there new recalls we should be aware of?
Hard to believe not: In all products there are many such recalls - I expect you can do a web search to fine sites that do only that and those that specialize in different industries. Go look. Any list will be out of date in a short time, so you'd have to check regularly to be sure. It's sad but true. ...Read more
Help..How to calm myself during exam?So nervous cannot recall what i study and cannot hold my pen properly.
Get guidance: Your physician can help you find someone who can guide you through this difficult stage of growing up; you recognize your panic is irrational. An urgent rx for Propranolol is at your physician's discretion. Ask yourself, "what's the worst that can happen?" "why am i taking this exam?" (for a meaningful goal of your choosing, i hope.) exam prep is largely rehearsing, not memorizing. Lots more. ...Read more
Myasthenia Gravis: Myasthenia gravis can present in different forms. For example, patient with ocular mg may present with variable ptosis of one or the both eyes. Patient may also have on/off diplopia. Systemic signs could be difficulty with doing repeatitive activities in the form of fatigue. ...Read more
Brain power: My best recommendation for a healthy brain is a balanced nutrition including vegetables and avoidance of excessive carbohydrate or processed sugars. Exercise, maintain normal weight, avoid alcohol, do not smoke, sleep well. Keep your mind socially active. Engage in conversations with others. Check with your md to make sure thyroid function, vitamin B12 and vitamin d levels are normal. ...Read more
It was not mild sedation. I was out. But I do not recall waking up during the procedure. However, the nurse at the procedure told me I opened my ey?
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