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Dr. John Gaffney
Board Certified, Psychiatry
20 years in practice
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I had 2 tablets of 5mg Teva Prednisone or 5 days. Today my eye doctor said that my eye pressure is high. Is it because of this medicine?

Dr. John Gaffney
Board Certified, Psychiatry
20 years in practice
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I had  2 tablets of 5mg Teva Prednisone or 5 days. Today my eye doctor said that my eye pressure is high. Is it because of this medicine?

Unlikely: High pressure inside the eye is caused by an imbalance in the production and drainage of fluid in the eye. It's somewhat unlikely (although not impossible) that 10 mg of prednisone caused this. Attached is a good article which explains intraocular hypertension at length. Hope it helps! http://www.emedicinehealth.com/script/main/mobileart-emh.asp?articlekey=59078&page=1 ...Read more

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Dr. Keegan Duchicela
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David Escobar
Board Certified, Family Medicine
4 years in practice
600K people helped
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Is it okay and efficient to control my weight by just having only a few pieces of high fibre crackers for my dinner for like 4 days in a week?

David Escobar
Board Certified, Family Medicine
4 years in practice
600K people helped
Is it okay and efficient to control my weight by just having only a few pieces of high fibre crackers 
for my dinner for like 4 days in a week?

Not really: Studies have shown that severely restricting your calorie intake is not an effective means of weight loss or control, because in the long run it only makes you want to eat more. The best way to control weight is to eat balanced meals and exercise regularly. ...Read more

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Dr. Keegan Duchicela
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Dr. David Krulak
Board Certified, Family Medicine
18 years in practice
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Bp 141/83. To high for a 66 yr old?

Dr. David Krulak
Board Certified, Family Medicine
18 years in practice
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Bp 141/83. To high for a 66 yr old?

Hypertension: A top blood pressure over 140 is considered to be high. That being said, a single blood pressure reading is not enough to diagnose someone as having high blood pressure as there can be many benign causes of an elevated blood pressure. Taking a number of readings over a number of days will give a much clearer picture of whether someone has high blood pressure. Please see your doctor to evaluate. ...Read more

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Dr. James Ferguson
Board Certified, Pediatrics
41 years in practice
145M people helped
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My two year olds temperature is 104...When does high temp become dangerous?

Dr. James Ferguson
Board Certified, Pediatrics
41 years in practice
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My two year olds temperature is 104...When does high temp become dangerous?

Condition not temp: Kids febrile response to illness is more a gauge of how well their body rejects the germs than how serious the illness.I've had kids with 105 giggling & running down the hallway while some with 100.4 couldn't move without pain.Any kid with sustained t >102 for >12hrs deserves a dr visit.I am more concerned about taking fluids, wet diapers & play.A 7yo with 107 last yr with flu did quite well. ...Read more

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Dr. Keegan Duchicela
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Dr. Chan Hwang
Board Certified, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
22 years in practice
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I have a A/G ratio of 3.0. 3 months ago it was 1.5. Should I be concerned that it has gotten so high, so fast? What can cause it to be high?

Dr. Chan Hwang
Board Certified, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
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I have a A/G ratio of 3.0. 3 months ago it was 1.5. Should I be concerned that it has gotten so high, so fast? What can cause it to be high?

See your doctor.: First, ask your doctor. A repeat test may help. If truly elevated, the A/G ratio may be the result of underproduction of immunoglobulins (Igs), or less likely, elevated albumin. More tests, such as liver function tests and serum protein electrophoresis, may be needed to determine the cause (which can range from benign to serious). These can be ordered by your doctor as appropriate. Best wishes! ...Read more

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Dr. Tracy Lovell
Board Certified, Rheumatology
16 years in practice
6M people helped
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What is the possible effect of high e.S.R?

Dr. Tracy Lovell
Board Certified, Rheumatology
16 years in practice
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What is the possible effect of high e.S.R?

See below: Persitently high levels of inflammation have been associated with increased risk of cardiovascular disease. ...Read more

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Dr. Pam Yoder
Board Certified, Maternal-Fetal Medicine
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Is it possible to get a high from exercising?

Dr. Pam Yoder
Board Certified, Maternal-Fetal Medicine
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Is it possible to get a high from exercising?

Maybe 'feeling good': People might not get "high" but might "feel better" from exercising. There are many reasons for that: experiencing release of endorphins, knowing they are getting more fit, seeing themselves lose weight and gain muscle, realizing they are helping their families by setting a good example and staying healthy for them! thanks for asking. @drpam. ...Read more

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Dr. Mahesh Allam
Board Certified, Internal Medicine
32 years in practice
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My doughter temperature is so high , what should I do?

Dr. Mahesh Allam
Board Certified, Internal Medicine
32 years in practice
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Urgent Care: Please have her check in the er or urgent care as soon as possible. ...Read more

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Dr. Oscar Novick
Board Certified, Pediatrics
53 years in practice
54M people helped
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Is 106bpm high for a 27f 244lbs and just sitting down?

Dr. Oscar Novick
Board Certified, Pediatrics
53 years in practice
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Is 106bpm high for a 27f 244lbs and just sitting down?

Pulse: If 106 is your resting pulse, it is a trifle high and in view of your chest pain, I would get checked out by your doctor ...Read more

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Dr. Keegan Duchicela
Board Certified, Family Medicine
9 years in practice
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Refuse to pay high deductible then get only minimal use for insurance. So I don't go anymore. Penny wise and pound foolish?

Dr. Keegan Duchicela
Board Certified, Family Medicine
9 years in practice
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Refuse to pay high deductible then get only minimal use for insurance. So I don't go anymore. Penny wise and pound foolish?

How old?: If you're young and healthy, it makes financial sense to have a high deductible plan. I wouldn't go to the doctor that much either. However, if you have any chronic illnesses - diabetes, high blood pressure, cholesterol, or if you're going to be missing any of your normal screening exams (like colonoscopy or mammograms) - it's foolish to put off medical care. Not worth it. ...Read more

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