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Pramosone E Medication
Have had anal itch for few years...Have seen dr.'s and prescribed pramasone which helps for a time but comes back...Scratch a lot while sleep. Advice?
There are many:
Potential causes for anal itching. I recommend that you see a dermatologist for as second opinion.
www. Mayoclinic. Org/.../anal-itching/.../causes/con-20023539
anal itching — comprehensive overview covers causes, treatment of this common, sometimes embarrassing condition. Good luck and best wishes. ...Read more
A 7 year old child has intestinal worms, what types of medications should he be given? It is causing severe itching. Medication or anything that will relieve the itching would be very highly helpful. Help needed asap please.
There are many different kinds of worms that can infect humans. Since you mentioned itching, I assume that you are talking about pinworms? If you are not sure what kind of worms your child has, you should call his doctor.
Pinworm infections are extremely common - most often seen in kids between ages 5 and 10. It is spread by person to person contact. Animals do not harbor pinworms. The most common symptom is an itchy anal area, especially at night when the worms are most active. It is usually not dangerous - just annoying - and is easily treated with medications. Albendazole and Mebendazole are the two medications used most often to kill the worms. Pyrantyl pamoate (pin-x) is less effective and has higher rate of side effects, so is not used as often. Everyone in the household should be treated at the same time to avoid re-infection. A few tips to prevent re-infection after treatment are:
-wash hands carefully after using the bathroom and before eating
-wash all bedding, clothing and toys to destroy lingering eggs
-wash underwear and pajamas daily for 2 weeks
-wash sheets every 3-7 days for 3 weeks
reinfection a few months after treatment is common, so if your symptoms reappear, call your doctor.
Pinworms do not cause abdominal pain, bloody stools, fevers, or poor appetite, so if you have any of these symptoms, you need to contact your doctor. ...Read more
How to take diuretics - it's for a working with medication essay. E.g. when orally, is it tablet of liquid form?
See below: Diuretics, since they stimulate urination, should always be taken early in the day. If twice a day is necessary, the 2nd dose should be no later than dinner time. Oral use us with pills. Furosemide and hydrochlorothiazide are not available as liquids but can be crushed for ng tube use. The IV route is appropriate for acute congestive heart failure, pulmonary edema, or hypertensive crisis. ...Read more
What would be your first-line medication choice in ADD if we exclude stimulant? E.g.which drug among the others is most likely to be effective?
Individualize: Choices should be based on the individual features of that person, that person's ADD, and that person's circumstances. There is no one anser. ...Read more
Being type 2 diebitic patient with medication tab glycomet250, sugar level not under control i.E. Minm 150fasting/250pp. No effect since last 6months?
Diabetes: Well, glycomet 250 mg is definitely a very low dose. I start patients on 500 mg twice daily x 1-2 weeks to make sure they tolerate it and if their diabetes is poorly controlled, I quickly bump it up to 1000 mg twice daily if tolerable. Make sure to take it with food. Also, you may need another medication on top of it. Metformin doesn't affect kidney but is not indicated in low kidney function. ...Read more
I want to stop all medications since no effect was observed, what's ur opinion and how to stop it (i.e gradually or suddenly) and start a healthy eating life style is it possible?
Missing info: What medication are you referring to and for what conditions? Consider re-asking and providing clarification. ...Read more
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I am a 65 year old male a month ago began taking KLORCON 20MG & CHLORTALID 25MG now have E.D. Does these medications contribute to this?
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Question unclear: You do not say what type of e. Coli infection you are being treated for or with what, and what symptoms you have. Also not clear how this relates in any fashion to your wanting to become pregnant. Please try and rephrase the question with more info. Good luck. ...Read more
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Dose??: If you mean is the dose too high we must narrow it down to what type of medication. All medications have side effects- many of which are associated with excessive dosing. Speak to your primary physician or pharmacist about the specific medication. ...Read more
No: Not every medication makes people darker. Drug-induced skin pigmentation is however often seen. Pigmentation may be induced by many drugs. The primary drugs implicated include antipsychotic drugs, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), phenytoin, antimalarials, amiodarone, cytotoxic drugs, tetracyclines, and heavy metals. ...Read more
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