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what is your opinion on humaworm (http://humaworm.Com/)? Fraud or useful alternative medicine?
Scam: The premise behind this supplement, that we need regular deworming, is not accurate. Also, there is no meaningful information about what formulation of herbs are in the supplement. The fact that it has been banned from several countries is a huge red flag. Save your money! ...Read more
There is no Dipth MD: There are no doctors called Diptheria Doctors.Why you ask this question.Diptheria is a serious infection and can be treated by a Medical Doctor or an Infectious Disease Specialist Since Diptheria so rare in USA,it better be treated by an Infectious Disease Specialist After diagnosis is made it is treated with Antibiotics and Antitoxin injections I in 10 patients will die e ven if treated ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Appears useful.: The Memtrax test is available at memtrax.com. The test appears to be useful. A discussion of the science behind the test can be found at https://memtrax.com/about-the-science-3/ ...Read more
Was dx'd w fibromyalgia.Have bipolar,ptsd,ocd,social phobia,agoraphobia 2.How 2 make my family&bf understand&believe my pain?Any book recommendations?
Hi Reza!: Well, Reza, thank you for comment and also for your interest in the practice of medicine. We are always happy to try to answer questions. You will have many opportunities to help other people in your work and, for this, many people will be grateful to you. May God bless you in your journey. ...Read more
Depends: Choice of therapy depends upon the etiology of the tonsillar inflammation. Often due to grp a beta-hemolytic strep, but can be due to staph aureus or other bacterial pathogens. If due to infectious mononucleosis or similar viral infections there is no treatment. Many doctors will begin with a physical exam. It it looks bacterial then an oral cephalosporin, quinolone, amoxicillin/clavulanate. ...Read more
Warm Compresses: A stye, or chalazion, is an obstructed or infected oil gland of the eyelid. Use of warm compresses (a wash rag soaked in warm water) held over the closed eye for 10 minutes a few times a day will usually help the stye to resolve. Sometimes antibiotic eye ointment and less commonly oral antibiotics can help as well. If the stye has been there chronically (months), surgical drainage may be needed. ...Read more
See below: You should be able to look this up online very easily - especially if you are studying to become a doctor. It's a skill you will need in your profession. To answer your question, it's water, thorazine, (chlorpromazine) or an acupressure point near the hand (you can look up exactly where yourself). ...Read more
E-medicine service: HealthTap Concierge doctors can see and treat their own patients via smartphone, tablet, or laptop. Certain medications (not all) can be prescribed. They can see photos you upload into your FILES. You can also send images while in the middle of a live Concierge consultation. (Doctors answering the regular, free questions are providing information only, and do not see patients' images or photos.) ...Read more
Slowly, gradually...: I don't know your dose or how you've been taking it; but tapering should be done by lowering by very small increments very slowly. Best thing would be to be discussing this with the dr who has prescribed it for you. ...Read more
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I m a gp need advice on ecgs in africa. Pls advice how to get replies urgently.Dr irfan kasmani .Email add is [email protected]?
Hi,healthtap doctors answered my question here that 0.9-1.0=1.0 is HIV negetive, here the test was issued to me as positive,i'm confused please?
HIV Testing: HIV testing can be done several ways. Generally, the physician that orders the test provides counseling on the results. There are two kinds of tests. One looks for antibodies to the virus. As it takes time to produce antibodies to HIV after exposure, this type of test can sometimes be negative even when infection is present. The second kind of test looks for the virus itself and is more precise. ...Read more
Culture Result?: It is generally best to follow the culture data. If treating a UTI empirically, try a less broad-spectrum drug first. Bactrim, (sulfamethoxazole and trimethoprim) keflex, and Macrobid are good places to start. Quinolones should be saved for difficult/complicated utis, as resistance is already increasing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Dear doctors.. My brother finished mbbs from india.He wants to do md in us. Which is best college?
AMA: You can find all graduate medical schools in the link below, https://catalog.Ama-assn.Org/catalog/product/product_detail.Jsp?Productid=prod1970012 on the top are harvard, colombia, duke, ......... ...Read more