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Medical cause for someone in a dream-like extreme dissociative state but no loss of conscious, slowed brain, no sense of time, confabulations, amnesia?
Neurologic/Psycholog: It is necessary to determine the root of your symptoms. A visit to a neurologist is a good place to start. After that a clinical psychologist could be the correct professional. Brain malfunction or psychological trauma may be the cause(s). Peace and good health. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Estoy experimentando sensación de desmayo (empeora con: permanencia prolongada) and irritabilidad. Aumento en el libido inexplicable y es constante.
No: This is used just as it sounds. Providers are in the field because we like people and we are often struck by someone who is especially delightful, kindly, charming, or pleasant in return. It makes our day and sometimes we even pop it into a note. Irony or sarcasm is not something that a provider places in a chart. I think you likely had a compliment! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Lucid dream/euphoria: In rats, Nitric Oxide stimulates the mesolimbic reward pathway via inducing dopamine release and activating dopaminergic neurons in the ventral tegmental area and nucleus accumbens, presumably through antagonisation of NMDA receptors localised in the system This action has been implicated in its euphoric & lucid effects, and notably, appears to augment its analgesic properties as well. ...Read more
It can be: We all tend to forget and disassociate from bad things. This may be good but may be bad. Minor errors and mistakes can be forgotten. But major issues must be confronted and dealt with in an appropriate manner. Amnesia is just a loss of memory. Dissociative is just separating events from reality. Often no harm and safe, but can become pathological if too often and inappropriate. ...Read more
60 Yrs.f.taking rabiprazole,aspirin, rosuvastatin, amlodipine,olmesartan.hd stroke 2 yrs bck.no physicl disabilty.nw tasts bittr all sweet food.reasn?
Bonjour j'ai besoin de savoir ce il me peu conseiller un medicament car j'ai de petit perdre brun apres le regle , me suivant ca va dure plus ?
Dry cough: Warm tea with lemon and honey. Salt water gargling. cool mist vaporizer in the room/humidifier/ or simply a pan of water which will evaporate into the air for humidity. If it persists, please see a physician to make sure it isn't something more serious. If smoking, please consider quitting. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm online now. Type your question here. Expecting phenobarb coma tomorrow for partial seizure status. What can we expect in recovery from coma?
COMA: What was the cause of the COMA? The reason for the COMA determines the recovery. For example a heroine addict can be in a COMA from overdose, but be back to normal mentation in minutes with narcan. However if someone had head injury or some infection causing COMA recovery can be awhile. ...Read more
I'm suffering of insomnia, wernicke's aphasia, amnesia and ocd, myopia, apd, etcetera. Am i still healthy?
Depends: As none of these conditions are life threatening or leave you unable to function at least somewhat in most daily activities - perhaps w/ errors and needing some aid or assistance - it could be said that you are healthy COMPARED to others. But your list is long and serious enough that you do suffer some and feel particularly bad at times. Things are relative. Take care of yourself and find support. ...Read more
What type of aphasia affects the stroke patient's ability to understand sarcasm, connotations, etc?
Usually R side.: Whereas stroke in the left hemisphere can affect a patient's ability to speak or to understand the words of speech, strokes in the right hemisphere (especially temporal and parietal) can affect the ability to understand the non-word aspects of language, such as tone, sarcasm, innuendo. ...Read more
Amnesia: Amnesia is a term that refers to loss of memory. This loss can occur as part of the aging process. It can also occur after a sginficant trauma to the brain. Other causes include alcohol and drug use and meningitis - these would be the most common causes of amnesia or loss of memory to an event or a series of events. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer