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TMJ??? TX VARIES: The cause of your tmj/tmd, if known and the duration of your problem, may dictate the treatment. Often treatment for TMJ can vary from person to person and also may sometimes involve seeing other doctors. Physical therapy, tens, ultrasound therapy, exercises, and mouthpieces are the most standard types of treatment. You may need combinations of all. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Traumatic masturbatory syndrome (tms) is the habit some males have of masturbating in a face-down (prone) position. Tms unfortunately self-discovered an unconventional method. Males who learn to masturbate from other people invariably learn to do it the conventional way. (most males who discover it for themselves also discover the conventional way.). ...Read more
Hi i'm a 39 years old male for the 4-5 mnts maybe more i've been going to the toilet 6-7 tms a day with very loose stoles sometime with blood plzhelp?
Pop diagnosis: I've run into a "pop" claim that if a man usually masturbates lying face-down, he won't be able to have intercourse normally (tms!). This sounds like dubious fear-mongering / tabloid stuff and I have seen nothing in the real medical literature. A problem exists only if you can't function and you have a really meaningful and warm relationship with the other person. Good luck. ...Read more
Definitely: There have been very impressive results using tms in patients coming out of bariatric surgery. This was a double blinded-sham controlled study and it was repeated so it is very rigorous. People with active tms self-administered about 50% less narcotic from a pain pump than those with sham (fake) treatment. Without a doubt, tms works for certain types of pain and it is being explored for others. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
For depression: TMS is a treatment for depression. It is very well tolerated and may work when medications do not. In one study, about 60% get better w/ the treatment and about 40% have no symptoms of depression after the treatment. It works by stimulating a part brain which modulates mood, called the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex. It is beginning to be covered by more insurances. I highly recommend it. ...Read more
Safe, effective: Research seems to indicate that tms is as effective as anti-depressants for treatment of depression. The most common side effect is headache and mild-moderate scalp pain at the site of the treatment. Muscle twitching during the treatment may occur but this is transient and only occurs during active treatment. Seizures are a risk, but very rare. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi, as per dctr's advise i hve lost 17 pounds in my wgt aftr delivery. Stil i need to lose 16 pnds. Nw my baby is 1 yr old and i bf whn she askd(4 tms?
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