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Siberian Ginseng Root Extract Medication
Hi, I am trying for baby more than a year. I found fertile aid medicine. It hv got red clover, Siberian ginseng root extract, chaste tree berry, ginkgo?
Dentist removed crown and put medication on root. No infection in root. But another dentist who saw me suggested it better to leave to leave root open?
Is it okay to take over-the-counter anxiety medication (valerian root extract and hops extract) with azathioprine and mesalazine?
Asking for a drug name that contains stinging nettle root extract and zinc, they are natural, safe and heard about its' benefits on testosterone&libido?
Energy: Please start w/a visit to your doctor to rule out any metabolic disorders. Then reflect on your lifestyle and stress level. How is your diet? Junk food? Sugar? Do you exercise? Brisk walking is fine. Beware of energy drinks and false energy via coffee loading. You will crash later. Please take a holistic approach. Theanine in tea can keep you relaxed yet focused. Peace and health. ...Read more
Is it OK for me to take red Korean ginseng with the high blood pressure medication that I am taking?
Is there medication can be given to increase blood flow to extremities while viagra (sildenafil) 100mg fails other than nsaids? Is ginseng good for hypertension
Yes;No; BacktoBasics: Blood flow determined by arterioles ; cardiac output under split second brain control. Circulation problems most commonly due to atherosclerosis in walls of arteries, sudden plaque ruptures ; clots. Atherosclerosis typically begins age 7 ; is driven by high LDL particles (not cholesterol which is made by every cell) with low large-hdl, above low nl blood glucose ; above low nl blood pressure. ...Read more
What happens if aspergilloma can't be surgically removed and the medications don't work, what happens then?
No medication: Aspergilloma is a cavity with Aspergillus inside in the lung. The only definitive treatment is surgery. Most Aspergilloma cause no direct ill effects and just need to be followed with yearly chest X rays. There are a few complications such as bleeding that require immediate treatment. Most cause no problems besides being there and having to be followed. ...Read more
What if a dialysis patient takes a medication or something that isn't dialyzable and can't be removed by dialysis?
See below: Prescribing for pts on dialysis can be challenging. Many drugs are not cleared by the kidneys. The drug’s clearance and therapeutic index determine if a dose adjustment is needed. When prescribing for pts on dialysis, it is essential to consult a reference guide to determine if the drug is subject to renal clearance and requires a dose adjustment. Best to discuss with a nephrologist. ...Read more
Very confused: By your question. You are not supposed to remove any pins yourself.....If the are pins that get removed the doctor does that. There is no medication required for them to do that. If you experience pain they may decide to give you some local anesthesia. Please don't touch the pins yourself. ...Read more
2 options: Antithyroid medication, like Methimazole or ptu, (propylthiouracil) are available. However, both come with side effects risk: liver toxicity and some potential toxicity to the part of bone marrow which is part of the immune system. Ptu (propylthiouracil) has been given a black box warning because of its association with some cases of liver failure. Radioablation is another treatment- oral radioactive iodine destroys the thyroid. ...Read more
Lichen Planus: Some drugs, such as arsenic, bismuth, or gold, can produce an eruption which appears identical to lichen planus. Exposure to certain chemicals used in the development of color photographs can also produce a similar rash. The long-term use of the drugs quinacrine or Quinidine (quinidine gluconate, Quinidine sulfate), which is used for malaria and certain microscopic organisms. Lp may stop with dc. ...Read more
Pain following rct: Tylenol (acetaminophen) (acetominophen) and nsaids (such as advil, ibuprophen, Motrin etc) work well in calming pain following root canal as well as other dental treatment. If the pain continues for more then 2 days without improvement, contact your dentist to have him/her look at the tooth. ...Read more
Wrong question: There is no systematic evidence that korean ginseng is good for anything, let alone stroke. Ginseng is one of those bogus "ancient wisdom" things. Its use is based on a superstition called the "doctrine of signatures:" because the root looks like a little headless man, the ancients got this delusion that it would cure things. Arm yourself with modern knowledge, not ancient superstition. ...Read more
Please can you tell me what is this medication for? Medication-Procart (chondrotin Sulfate and curcumin extract).
Inflammation joint: Chondroitin Sulfate is usually used to help with chronic degenerative joint disease. Chondroitin helps to preserve cartilage and support joint health. Curcumin is an anti inflammatory to help in more acute situations. This combination may help with chronic joint pain and or swelling. ...Read more
She is taking a statin medication and taking a grape seed extract, are there any interactions that we need to be aware of?
None: There are no known interactions.Get a more detailed answer ›
I had a tooth extracted on 12/29. Itsbeen 48 hrs since then. I wanted to know of I can consume alcohol? I am not taking any medications
Fad diets dangerous:
This fad diet is not safe or effective and I would advise you to stop the insanity. This is one more fad diets that looks 'clinical'
but is designed to make some people rich and to keep it's clients obese.
That much caffeine is well known to cause diarrhea and other GI upset.
You will return to normal when you stop this product.
Now weight loss principles are well known and work! ...Read more
Can a benign enlarged prostate of an over 80 year old male be treated with medication or must it be partially removed?
Other BPH Options: While a TURP (transurethral resection of the prostate) remains an excellent option for bph, there are several other surgical therapies. They are less likely to have side effects more common in turp, such as incontinence, impotence, retrograde ejaculation, or TUR syndrome (absorbing too much fluid during surgery). If medications fail or are intolerable, ask your urologist about tumt, tuna or gyrus. ...Read more
Probably not: Siberian ginseng can inhibit the metabolism of ace inhibitors (such as ramipril) -- making it build up in your system and possibly cause your blood pressure to be too low. One review also suggested siberian ginseng could inhibit metabolism of some antidepressants. You would not want either of these results! ...Read more
A man 73yrs, removed his prostate. Is there any cure or medication he can take to have sex again.
Penile rehab: There are a number of treatment options. Seek out a urologist specializing in sexual medicine. ...Read more
How do I treat wisdom tooth? I do not want to get it removed. Is there any medication that can help?
It depends: If the tooth needs to be removed for any number of reasons, extensive decay, cyst, damage to adjacent tooth, insufficient room to erupt, etc, then only removing the tooth will resolve the problem. If it's just a temporary issue, antibiotics, pain medication, rinses, plus some other techniques may help. Discuss with your own dentist. ...Read more
My dad has prostrate enlargement. He is under medication. Now he wants to get it removed. What ate the best treatment options?
Prostate Surgery: I no of no reason to have a prostate removed unless it is cancerous and cannot be treated any other way. This question should be directed specifically to your father's urologist. ...Read more