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Straight forward: We as gynecologist are here to help with your health issues not to judge or have an opinion on your personal beliefs. So I prefer for my patients to address their health issues or complaints straightforward. Initially it may be hard to talk about your personal issues but as you get use to the dr. Then you can begin to trust, that is how you stablish a healthy long lasting relationship with your d. ...Read more
Obstetricians deal with pregnancy and helping women to have a healthy baby. Gynecology deals with women's reproduction health, so gynecologists treat reproductive health problems like irregular periods, vaginitis, abnormal pap tests. Gynecologists also help women to maintain or achieve overall health--and so address issues of ...Read more
I'm almost 15, I live with my dad and am wondering if I should go to the gynecologist? And if so how do I go about talking with my about it?
Constant uti's after inter course. Which doctor do I talk to - general internist, urologist or gynecologist - about the issue?
Chronic UTIs: 31 year old woman with chronic UTIs. If you have chronic UTIs, more than 5 in one year, you should take post coital antibiotics over a 6 month period, then try a trial off. Depending on medical issues and allergies, there are several options, including Macrobid a few times a week or Keflex 500mg po after sex. Also learn to void completely after sex and practice good hygiene. ...Read more
Your doctor: You need to see your obgyn. In my practice I see the patient directly and answer questions like it was done for years. With the advent of text messages the good old face to face converstion seems to be fading away. Every method of communication has its pros and cons. ...Read more
Embarrassing but what doctor should I talk to about a breast reduction? I'm 22 4ft11 with a 38 f cup. A gynocologist?
Breast: Plastic surgeon would be your best bet! . ...Read more
Help! Need to know if there's a free room where I can talk to a suicide prevention helpline online?
I don't know about a: Room but here is a free helpline that you can call 24/7: phone: 1-800-suicide // 1-800-784-2433** also: 1-800-273-talk // 1-800-273-8255** take care. ...Read more
Nope: Ovulatory pain is very common and is not correlated with anything pathologic. It can be a nuisance! But is not a symptom that anything is going wrong ...Read more
Try HealthTap PRIME: Consultations are through PRIME, our premium service. Remember... it is not a good idea to take anything with hormonal effects that is not an FDA approved drug, because non-approved drugs may or may not have correct ingredients nor pure ingredients, and the advertised effects may or may not occur in humans, plus the side effects are usually uncertain and unadvertised. ...Read more
Probably not a fad: About 1% of population develop a disease called celiac-sprue from gluten and many more have gluten sensitivity. However, if you have neither of these problems, it is fine to eat gluten despite the hyperbole spreading about it. Although many sources of gluten contain genetically modified gluten, there is no good evidence that it causes long term problems for those without sensitivity or celiac dx. ...Read more
HealthTap Prime: HealthTap Prime is a virtual medical consultation service. They say as many as 34% of office visits can actually be completed virtually - virtual medicine is one of the waves of the future, and HealthTap Prime is quite the mature product in this regard. Register at www. Healthtap. Com. ...Read more
Here: I believe you have identified healthtap as just that site. ...Read more
Is there another way to talk to a doctor online? I'm 17, broke and need to be able to explain how bad my situation is without using a credit card.
Public Health Clinic: There are public health clinics where you live that will be able to help you. It is always best to get medical care in person. ...Read more
I won I free trial in my birthday it won't end until 2/5/2015 but unfortunately I cannot talk to a doctor I don't know why help please?
Free PRIME trial?: If you have a free trial, and want to know why you can't talk to a doctor, just go to PRIME and talk to a doctor. Take this free opportunity to ask the doctor why it might be that you can't talk to a doctor. The PRIME doctor will give you an answer. The only thing we have to fear is fear itself... said a famous president. ...Read more
Always: I'm not exactly clear what the basis of your questions is, but assuming the worst, there is always someone to talk to if you are in crisis. There is a good crisis chat resource www. Imalive. Org who always have volunteers standing by to help you. Another 24 hour resource is Crisis Call Center at 800-273-8255. If this is what you are asking, please seek help as soon as possible or call 911. ...Read more
National #: You can call 1-800-273-8255 from anywhere in the us for assistance if feeling suicidal. ...Read more
Cyber-Connection: Speaking to a group of individuals ranks as one the most anxiety producing situations for anyone. Online there is a protective layer due to something I call "cyber-connection protection". There can be less spontaneity in a cyber-connection. Online your feedback may be limited or non-existent. Both factors would lead to fewer troubles when talking to an online versus a live group. ...Read more
I need to talk to a psychiatric please, you said its free and now it says I have to pay if I want to talk to a dr : (if u r really true, please help?
This BASIC is free: This is HealthTap BASIC, where you post free questions and get free answers, from U.S. doctors. HealthTap BASIC provides information, not medical care, and not conversations with doctors. Try the "premium" services (PRIME or CONCIERGE) where you can have private virtual consultations with doctors. For psychiatry, CONCIERGE would the best choice (PRIME is mainly for basic medical care issues). ...Read more
You can call the national suicide hotlines 24/7 at 1-800-suicide (1-800-784-2433) or 1-800-273 – talk (1-800-273-8255) for support. If you are having
thoughts about killing yourself, get seen at the nearest emergency room now. Have a friend or relative drive you or call 911 for emergency services for transport. ...Read more
I have an anxiety when I used to presnt in front of puplic. What can I do to relive this anxiety and feel free to talk?
Work Your Way Up: Imagine different types of audiences to present to - audiences you think likely to judge your performance (a) very critically; (b) somewhat critically; (c) neutrally; (d) somewhat uncritically; and (e) very uncritically. Give presentations to each type of audience, working your way up from the least to the most critical. Once you feel comfortable with one type, graduate to the next type. ...Read more
If you attend: College (see you are 19) see if they have any free programs. ...Read more
My girlfriend a while ago found out that she has HPV and of course it was already to late for us and she passed it on to me. After the warts came I was so embarrased to even talk about it to any one I went online and tried to use apple cider before finall
Not possible: Benzodiazapines can not be prescribed through HealthTap. ...Read more
I live in California and am seeking a medicinal cannabis card. Are there any medical marijuana doctors out there that I can talk to online?
Good faith physical: Face to face as required by California law. Also patients should have a documented medical record of diagnosis. ...Read more
Every single deodorant I use causes me to itch really bad ive tried tons of fragrance free and sensitive skin deodorants is there a prescription for deodorant that I can talk with my dr about?
Drysol: I'm sure you've done the basics: antibacterial soap at least twice a day, dry skin well, apply cornstarch to odor-prone zones. Drysol (aluminum chloride hexahydrate) is the most commonly prescribed prescription antiperspirant, I believe. It is pretty harsh so I'm hopeful your skin can tolerate; perhaps you'll only need it a couple times a week. Surgery & botox are more extreme options. Good luck! ...Read more
Survivor of horrific abuse, PTSD, scared of therapy would I benefit from online therapy scared to talk to someone in person about the horrific abuse?
Trauma take it slow: It's common to be scared to talk to someone, especially a new therapist. Our job is to work at your speed. In my own practice, I've even asked clients to slow down. Prior to talking about abuse, you must develop trust and soothing/relaxation skills so you can continue to feel in control in session. ...Read more
Couple of hours ago I choked on popcorn & couldn't breathe or talk. My husband freed it, but sin then my throat and chest hurt. Should I be worried?
Common after choking: Throat and chest pain is common after choking, as your system is violently trying to get rid of the obstacle. Your throat and chest muscles over worked in short period of time, pain should start decreasing with rest and should go away in few days. Get evaluated if the pain starts to increase intensity. ...Read more
What is cardiac catheterization used for? I don’t really understand what my doctor told me, so i’m not sure why i’m having a cardiac catheterization, except it’s something with my heart. I tried looking up online, but it talks about angiography and angiop
Online couples counseling help my partner is not willing to go to the couniling. I am the one who cheated and lied so much and I am much more comfortable talking online (im, e-mail) than in person. I think we are both pretty depressed and unhappy and say
Counseling: While online may be a good way to initially consult with a possible therapist, my experience has been that technology has not advanced sufficiently to allow the therapist to observe important nonverbal behaviors, tone, etc. During sessions with more than one participant. You may also considering reading "not just friends" by s. Glass. It should give you some hope. ...Read more
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