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Is it appropriate to talk to a Urologist about erectile dysfunction? Or would you need to talk to a regular MD about it? I go to a urology for UA
How would be the best way to go about approaching your doctor for a referal to see a psychologist?
My primary care doctor referred me to a neuro. Who specializes in ms. What would be helpful advice you can give to prepare me for the appt.
Rehab: Sure, if they know resources.Get a more detailed answer ›
An option, for sure: Developmental/behavioral pediatricians, child/adult psychiatrists, & chlid/adult neurologists all manage medications for behavioral & psychiatric disorders in people with autism & other neurodevelopmental disorders. We team with behavioral & social skills therapists, child/adult psychologists/neuropsychologists, educators, slt's & ot's for optimal care. Just ask about the doctor's experience. ...Read moreSee 6 more doctor answers
No, but it cd help: No, there is no mandate that you HAVE to use a webcam to talk to a doctor on HealthTap Prime. However, it could help in some situations (like if you have a rash, you could show the doctor by camera). The webcam can also make the interaction more friendly. I'm not sure, but I don't believe the app u download requires it. However, we are here to help & we'll help however we can. U can contact suppor ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What physical symtom complaints would alert a physician to advise that a male adult patient should have a direct referral to see an oncologist?
Either Way: It really all depends on preference and your level of comfort. My wife is a pediatrician and I am a family doc and we both agree that for otherwise healthy kids with the occasional illness a family doc is fine. However, i would seek pediatric care if any of your children have rare disorders or conditions as a pediatrician is more likely to have treated these during their training and practice. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sure: Primary care doctors treat simple anxiety all the time. Of course, this often means prescription tranquilizers — safe & effective if used rarely, not good if used often. Some will prescribe ssris or other meds instead; every option has pros & cons. In contrast, psychotherapy may more successfully get to the cause of the anxiety, to prevent it from returning. And there's no addiction risk. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What kind of doctor can prescribe testing for a learning disability? Where would you then go for testing?
Many: Your family doctor usually directs the care you receive and the specialists you see. Testing psychologists may perform some of the evaluation, as could a neurologist or developmentalist. Speech and language therapists, occupational therapists, and educational specialists may also be involved. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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OK. Doctor I am.: Sometimes return to work requires an exam to establish that you can meet the work requirements outlined by the job description. Not sure. You should talk to your doc. ...Read more
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