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Superior 35 Medication
I am a 35 years old woman diagnosed with MDD and on medication for the same. I have suicidal bouts and in the last 12 days have popped atleast 3000mg ?
I am a woman of 35 an keep getting these boils in between my butt checks an keep coming back I don't eat many sweets an don't take medication?
MRSA: This is most likely due to MRSA (staph bacteria resistant to methicillin) living on your skin (colonization) and causing infection from time to time. You need a regimen to clear this colonization which usually includes bleach baths or hibiclens for every household member for a whole week, plus Mupirocin to everybody's nostrils. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
FEV1 was 35, but improved to 38 after a br trtmnt. He was given some new medications. Can this really change the FEV1 or will it get just get worse?
Bronchodilators: Medications that help open up the airways when treating diseases such as asthma or COPD are available with a few different mechanisms of action. It depends whether the person is acutely sick on top of underlying lung disease or if it's stable underlying lung disease. Most of these medications are meant to slow further decline of FEV1. ...Read more
My pulse rate is 35. I m 65 yrs. And taking medication for glaucoma. How can I increase my pulse rate?
Should i operate a left paraovarian unilocular simple cyst measuring 40*35 mm or can I take medications for that instead?
Complex question: Some ovarian cysts will resolve on there own. Some providers put patients on ocp's to decrease the formation of new cysts. You should discuss your options fully with your physician. ...Read more
I am on bp medications;i feel unwell,just checked my body temperature now and it.s 35.5,i feels weak.should i go and see the doc. Immediately?
Go to ER now: 35.5 Celsius converts to 95.8 F. Hypothermia or lowers temperature is dangerous if below 96 F. GO TO ER NOW. If you are sure your temp is so low. It can be dangerous to you. You feel lethargic clammy and weak. May be due to one of your medications. AT LEAST CALL YOUR DOCTOR. ...Read more
Male 83... BP flux 65/35 to 100/65 in a matter of minutes ... pulse consistent between 60 and 65...blood oxygen level 95...medication for beta blocker?
My prolactin level is at 35.9? How severe is my condition? will it affect my fertility? does the medication vary for for those who are sexually active and those who are not?
High prolactin : There is a lot missing in your prentation. Prolactin is produced by the pituitary gland at the base of your brain and has wide ranging effects. If your doc feels uncomfortable doing a work up on you you should find a gynecological endocrinologist pronto. You need a complete work up and soon. Good look and don't delay! ...Read more
I’m 35 & postmenopausal. My breasts have been growing then shrinking on a weekly basis since September 2017. No new medications. What’s going on?!
Proton pump inhibitr: Proton pump inhibitors like omeprazole, nexium, (esomeprazole) prilosec, etc. Decrease acid production helping ulcers. They are over the counter now, but may be more expensive. Medications like pepcid, ranitidine, pepto bismol, and mylanta may help with symptoms, but they are not as strong in protecting the stomach from ulcers. ...Read more
Having unprotected sex and being on medication of diane 35 since an year. Am i safe from pregnancy!?
I am 35 ADHD adult on strattera (atomoxetine) want to get pregnant what other medications can I take instead can I stay on straterra
Im suffeting from pcos polycyctic overian diseaseand im already on medication of dane 35 n obimate n m using sauna + vibration belt is it safe?
Is it safe to give my daughter of 35 days a grib water for gases and colic? Somepeople says it affects brain.What other medications can give for colic
Im on medications like ginette 35, finasteride and aldactone (spironolactone).Will i be able to take a 24 hour free cortisol test?Will my medications affect the result
Test will work: Hi. Your BCP, finasteride, and spironolactone will not interfere with your 24-hour urinary cortisol test. PCOS is a "diagnosis of exclusion", meaning things like Cushing's may need to be excluded for PCOS to be a valid diagnosis. Your doctor has considered that Cushing's is possible, so has ordered the 24-hour UFC to screen for Cushing's. Good luck! ...Read more
I need to ask a doctor about quitting pain medication while being 35 weeks pregnant, can my baby be addicted if I quit now? I was in 2 major car accidents and been taking them the whole pregnancy thus far.
Difficult: situation. People who have pain and use their meds as prescribed have the lowest chance of addiction for themselves. However, the baby does get the meds as well. Part of this depends on your dosage and how often you take it. Talk to your doctor about your pain issues and how little you can use and be comfortable. Your OB should tell the Peds so they can watch for signs of withdraw. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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