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Prevention Of Trichomycosis Axillaris
Very likely does: The stuff on the surface of his armpit hairs would be unmistakable. He's fortunate to have an observant friend like yourself. I trust he showers daily; rubbing on some topical benzoyl peroxide perhaps twice daily as tolerated should clear him up if he's not interested in shaving. ...Read more
Is waxing a better method than shaving to eradicate trichomycosis axillaris? My hairs are completely infected, and breaking off.
Neither: Is a "sure" "Treatment"!!!! An antifungal medication (Oral preferably) is necessary along with removal of the infected hairs! Hope this helps! Dr Z ...Read more
Here are some. ..: See dermatologist for specific instructions and Rx although the general measures for tichmycosis are keeping the affected area and dry as much as you can and judiciously use of topical agents as recommended on labels including Clindamycin, Naftitine, and Benzoyl peroxide. You may read this article in http://emedicine. Medscape. Com/article/1054257-medication#2. ...Read more
I've had what I assume is trichomycosis pubis. I shaved, applied antibacterial soap. Hair grew, then it came back. How can I permanently get rid of it?
Pubic Hair symptoms: Gentleman of unknown age with pubic symptoms of unknown duration and etiology. I would encourage you to visit your physician. You may have pubic lice or another problem and need to be treated. Please encourage any sexual partners to be seen as well. Please approach asking a medical question by discussing the onset, duration, location, radiation. Intensity, and character of your symptoms. Good luck ...Read more
I was prescribed Ketoconazole shampoo for trichomycosis pubis. Is there a natural treatment for this? Because the shampoo has many possible side effects
Dermatologist: Consider doing a virtual visit on healthtap with one of our dermatologist or primary care doctors who can visualize the area and confirm the diagnosis. Treatment of trichomycosis is typically an antibacterial agent such as topical Clindamycin combined with efforts to keep the area clean and dry. ...Read more
Why is it that doctors don't focus on prevention via exercise and nutrition, rather the focus is on just prescribing meds?
Lifestyle Change: Patients often claim they want diet and exercise advice, but do not follow it. It is easier for both doctors and patients to use pills. However, the advice can be simple for both: to stay fit, eat no carbohydrate before noon and walk 6 miles or run 3 miles every week. If overweight, try vegetarianism. Here is a simple exercise routine: http://youtu. Be/xuhyfx5l0pg. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm new in US and on prevention injection "Petogen" and due to renew, where do I go? Can I get it at a pharmacy or at a special DR, I don't have ins
Avoid people with it: This flippant answer highlights how hard it is to avoid herpes. In the US, certain studies show 95% or more people are infected. Why? HSV-2 (genital herpes), is only one of at least 8 clinically important viruses in the herpesvirus family. Other viruses-varicella zoster, Epstein Barr virus (mono), cytomegalovirus, fifth's disease, humanherpesvirus-6, and others, are all in this family. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have been getting really bad migranes lately they don't stop. What's the diff between migranes & headaches? And what are causes? Preventions?
Difference: There are several types of headache. Migraine is one of them. Migraine itself has subclassifications. It happens usually more in women. It could be throbbing, involve one side, associated with nausea, vomiting, and photophobia-trouble with light. Warning signs could happen in migraine and called aura. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Monogamy: Avoiding sexual contact with a carrier is the only war to avoid gonorrhea. The fact that someone can carry the germ in their genital tract without symptoms and pass it with every contact should be concerning. Condoms, spermacides, lotions, washes etc. May slow the bug down but you can still get it. Monogamy of both partners (treated months in the past if an issue) is the sensable way to avoid it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Just wondering- how (medically speaking) does B2 aide with migraine prevention? Searched and can't find the answer. Thx!
Ehhhh, maybe...: Based on the research that's been done so far, taking a riboflavin supplement MAY help decrease the frequency and severity of headaches. In addition, it's safe and it doesn't cause any kind of toxicity. But efficacy data are based on relatively small numbers of subjects. It doesn't hurt to take it and it may help, but don't be overly disappointed if it doesn't. Help, that is. ...Read more
Was prescribed propranolol for migraine prevention. What time of day would be best to take it? Just says one a day. Don't recall my dr saying.
My family has history of hemorrhoids how do I do some damage control? A little prevention would be great but since I can't avoid this. What can I do?
Hemmorhoids: Many people present with piles and this can actually be the issue or one of many other problems that your doctor can help there are dietary, behavioral, hygiene modifications as well as procedures that can help these common problems. Both constipation and diarrhea can lead to this condition as well it is best if you consult with a general or colorectal surgeon to help with preventative steps. ...Read more
A few: The medications used to prevent malaria are generally well tolerated. Long term side effects vary by medication, you will need to discuss them in detail with your doctor. Some experts recommend monitoring liver and retina (eye) function. More importantly, your doctor needs to help you examine exactly when and how long to remain on the medications; in most places it varies by location and season. ...Read more
There are chain of: Events for plague to happen. Number one the bacteria, flea, rat, human being. All the four should be at the same place at the right time for plague to happen. The best and cost effective way of prevention would be eliminating the vector (flea) and the intermediate host (the rat). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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