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Urgent care is delivered in an ambulatory setting. Patients arrive without appointments, first come, first served (except in cases of emergency) care that is rendered is often to treat minor traumatic injuries (ankle sprain, broken finger), lacerations, minor illnesses - sore throat, cough, uti. Not a primary care setting - patients are referred back ...Read more
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ASAP: The time after symptoms begin is directly associated with the amount of scarring and damage. Heart tissue can withstand only short periods of time (minutes-hours) before tissue dies and scarring ensues. The amount of damage directly correlates with survival. The first 90 minutes after symptoms begin correlate with survival in acute coronary syndrome patients undergoing acute coronary interventi. ...Read more
Depends: If you have had a loss of consciousness, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, weakness in an extremity, difficulty concentrating, severe headache, difficult to wake up, pupils differ in size, would see a doctor. If just a little blow to the head and no loss of consciousness, and no other symptoms just make sure someone stays with you for the first 24 hours in case something develops. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
An urgent care specialist says I have a 9cm ovarian cist? How can I have grown such a thing and have no symptoms? Only reason I was in the urgent care was cause I thought I pulled a mustle at zumba.
I broke my pinky finger I wenr to an urgent care the dr said I have either a abc or unicameral cyst, what type of specialist do I need to see?
Orthopedics: A unicameral bone cyst is a common and benign tumor of bone that tends to occur in children near a growth plate/ joint. They are non-painful, but can weaken the bone which can predispose for fracture. Depending on the location and severity of the unicameral bone cyst, the orthopedist will either recommend surgical or non-surgical treatment. ...Read more
What type of specialist should I look for to have fibrous remove robotic surgical or are there any listed here that I may talk with. Thank you?
Fibroids: I think that fibroids is what you're talking. They are little muscular tumors in the wall of a woman's uterus. They can be removed by a surgeon or GYN surgeon or they may opt for removal of the uterus all together. Just ask the surgeons in your area if they use surgical robots. Personally, I would be more concerned about a surgeon's reputation than his robot. Good luck :) ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I had a D&E at 5 months a year ago (baby stopped moving). TTC since day one. I think it's time to talk to a specialist. What do could be wrong?
Infertility: A "D&E " is a complicated procedure which can cause debris to lodge in the fallopian tubes, thereby preventing fertilization because the sperm cannot fertilize the egg secondary to "blocked tubes". Assuming that you are ovulating regularly, and the partner has a normal sperm count, see your healthcare provider and ask about an x-ray of your tubes (hysterosalpingogram), which can open both tubes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My sisters daughter talks about seeing a little boy/monster on the walls& under her bed &wakes up screaming every night. What specialist can she see?
Child psychologist: I would recommend a consultation with a child psychologist. ...Read more
I feel that I am over- medicated! I have talked with my 4 specialist & my pcp none of them want to get involved with what the other drs are treating.
Get another Dr.: If your pcm is not "coordinating" your care or listening to you, you should find another doctor. Same goes for your specialists. They work for you. ...Read more
Urologist is UTI Dr: Or urogynecologist. Wonder why recurrent uti's are "weird". Not uncommon in women, & more common when women reach menopause. Could utis be related to sex, in which case u should urinate after sex to prevent utis, wear cotton underwear, no thongs, shower rather than bathe, avoid or treat constipation & urinate at regular intervals. Cranberry juice, extract or tabs can help prevent utis. ...Read more
I have a pcp & 4 specialists. I feel that I am over medicated, none of the drs talk to each other. I take 8 daily meds & 7 as needed meds. What do I do?
Talk to them: Ask the doctors to consult with each other and see what can be done. ...Read more
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