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Transvenous Electrode Insertion
Can gralise help tremors, all neuropathies, chronic back pain, damaged nerves improve. They want to insert an electrode mechanism in my brain. Help pl?
IR: May mean interventional radiology.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes: There is no problem using a tampon once an iud is placed. ...Read more
How painful is IUD insertion for nulliparous women? What measures can be taken to relieve the pain?
IUD: It is one of Common Contraceptive used by women. If it fits well, it does not cause much pain. For 3 months or so it can cause pain and bleeding. You can take NSAID such as advil (ibuprofen) or motrin for pain. There is no such contraindication of IUD for Nulliparous women. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tubes are safe: Overall risks are minimal. Most common is drainage from the tubes which is usually treatable with antibiotic ear drops but rarely they need to be removed to stop it. There are very small risks of the tubes lasting less than 6 months or longer than 2 years. There could be a persistent hole in the eardrum (~1% of the time). Up to 1/5 people may need a 2nd set of tubes. ...Read more