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An evaluation. : Expect an evaluation to find out what is going on. Be open and honest with your provider and listen to the options give to you in order to treat. Let the psychiatrist know what you are seeking. Communication is key. ...Read more
My BP ranges from 152/90 to about 181/103. Shouldn't i be on meds? My provider doesn't think so.....Should i get a second opinion?
I want to know. How. Doctors. View. Insurance. Providers. Are there carrier s. That. Ypu don't want to deal with.
Insurance companies: I can only speak for myself. I love the insurance co's that pay reasonable and 'real world' ucr fees, pay within 2-3 weeks, & don't hassle us with unnecessary time consuming requests. That's a win-win for everyone. I hate the ins. Co's that have ridiculous fees, 'lose' claims, pay 3 months later and disallow needed & appropriate treatment. Both types exist. Each dentist makes his\her own choices. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: Depending on the cause of the quadriplegia, the providers that might be involved could be a neurosurgeon, neurologist, physiatrist (rehab specialist), rehab nurses, respiratory, physical and occupational therapists, case managers, social worker, psychologist. The rehabilitation of quadriplegia requires a team approach. ...Read more
Insurance co-pays: I cannot know about every state and every insurance company, but to the best of my knowledge yes. And why wouldn't they even if they were not required? Health care providers who participate in these plans are generally receiving less than their normal private fees anyway. ...Read more
Yes, you can: Only under pain management supervision. Methadone, a synthetic mu agonist opioid, has pharmaceutical activity similar to morphine. Because it can be taken orally and has an extended duration of action in suppressing withdrawal symptoms in physically dependent individuals, it is frequently used as a substitute for morphine and heroin in addicted patients. Consult your physician for more info. ...Read more
I'm using miralax and it says on the bottle not to use past a week, my provider told me it was safe to use every day. I need another opinion ?
Generally it's safe: The makers of MiraLAX want to make sure you aren't using it because you have a serious underlying condition that is being masked by its use. If you've seen your doctor and they feel you are ok with it, then it is most likely fine. That said, it's way more healthy to have normal bms because you are eating lots of fruits/veggies, drinking water, exercising, etc than because you take miralax. ...Read more
Is it medically or legally ethical if the health care providers don't diagnose you just because they can't find direct cause of the conditions?
Diagnostic criteria.: Not unethical. Many conditions are ideopathic - the cause can't be determined. Diagnoses are normally made when diagnostic criteria are met. ...Read more
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