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I had medical abortion at 6 weeks n scan showed rpoc then doc used medicine again but still showing rpoc. Still bleeding what to do now? Can i wait?
I am suffering from ankylosing spondalylitis. Used medicine around 2yrs from top doctor, but pain iis same.I am unable to sit in a chair for a long?
Question too vague: Without stating what meds you have taken, it is impossible to reply. If you have not tried a tnf agent (enbrel, humira, remicade, (infliximab) etc) that would be a logical option. ...Read more
I had medical abortion at 6 weeks n scan showed rpoc then doc used medicine again but still showing rpoc(5mm).Bleeding with clots on/off, can I wait?
Can wait, but: Should probably have a suction d;c at this point. ...Read more
I have hyperechoic mass of 2 CM with septations within it on my right ovary and it is not painful even. I used medicines for 7 months but not removed.
Ovarian mass: One would not expect a medication to resolve an ovarian mass. Ask your doctor if surgical removal is warranted. ...Read more
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I have cough since 2 months I have consulted two doctor & i used medicines, syrups all but even though coughing.. Plz help me how to get rid of these?
It is possible: That you have something called cough equivalent asthma where all you do is cough and not wheeze. Maybe you need a trial of medication for this condition to see if the cough will stop as cough medication does not stop in this type of asthma. You might bring it up to your doctor. Best of luck. ...Read more
I have fungal infection on gorin. I consulted dermotologist and used medicines. Infection reduced but not completely. After that i had consulted many ?
Call them back: If the medicines worked a bit, then there was some response, suggesting they were on the right track. Often there are escalating forms of treatment, more intense medications, etc. You should contact the doctor who was on the right track, and see what he wants to try next. There might be a stronger medication or a consideration of why this isn't better and something you can do to help. ...Read more
Possibly: Your question just begs the question, why use a medicine dropped to insert sperm in the first place?. It's possible you could be pregnant but I would worry that the sperm wouldn't survive long outside of the male that produced them unless immediately placed inside a female. You should see your doctor and discuss. ...Read more
What would happen if you used medicine that said for external use only and was used internally like cold sore medicine only used on canker sores?
Nothing : It just won't help in this case, however, don't use it again in such manner, good luck ...Read more
Partner ejuculates late. had sex on sun&mon and used medicine dropper on both days to insert sperm. Ovulated on mon/tue. What are the chances I'm preg?
Possible : I don't know the specific odds, but if you have found an effective way to administer sperm into the vaginal vault ; and the sperm is not damaged (should be used immediately), it may work. The question I have is why do it this way if ejaculation does occur, but only delayed. Stick to the traditional method if you can,. ...Read more
My parter has late ejuculation. We had sex on Sun and Mon&both days we used medicine dropper to insert sperm. I ovulated on mon/tue. I'm i pregnant?
If no period in 3wks: If no period, can check in 3 weeks. A urine pregnancy test gives a reliable result 3 weeks after sex (3 weeks after when conception might have occurred), or 1 week after missing a period. If done sooner, a positive result is likely real, but a negative result may be due to testing too soon, and thus lead to a repeat test. If a woman gets her normal regular period, then she is not pregnant. ...Read more
Partner has late ejuculation. Had sex on sun&mon and used medicine dropper to insert sperm on both days. Ovulated on mon/tue. What chances I could be pregnant?..
I've had foot nail fungus for more than a year I used medicines prescribed by my doctor but nothing has happened
How to cure foot nail fungus?
Nail Fungus Cure?: First off let me tell that you that "curing" fungus is a difficult thing to do. Much like a common cold, once it goes away, it can come back. There are some instances where oral antifungals (is that what your doctor prescribed for you?) will not eradicate the "fungus." If that is the case with you, the doctor should send out a sample of the nail to confirm that it is actually fungus. ...Read more
Chronic sinusitis diagnosed ten years ago.Used medicine many times but nothing changed. I feel pain around eyes, have head ache.Is surgery last option?
Yes and no: 2 options at this point depending on your exam and ct sinus scan results. One is in-office balloon sinuplasty and the other is minimally invasive image-guided endoscopic sinus surgery in my hands. For more information on these procedures visit www.Socalsinus.Com. ...Read more
I used medicine called suprax (cefixime) without asking doctor, does this medicine affect my ear and cause tinnitus?
Sir iam suffering from scabies even i used medicines for a week iam feeling itchy rashes and itchy pimples like on my penis please sir what should ido?
It takes 2-3 weeks: It takes 2-3 weeks for scabies symptoms to subside after successful treatment. Even though the treatment killed the scabies mites, your body is still reacting to the dead mites, eggs, and droppings in your skin. Just wait it out; your symptoms will clear up in the next couple of weeks. ...Read more
Sulfur & Sulfas:
Sulfur occurs naturally in hot springs and volcanic craters and was probably first used thousands of years ago in remedies for skin conditions.
In modern medicine, sulfas, organic compounds containing sulfur were first synthesized in the 1930s. The first sulfa was prontosil (sulfonamidochrysoidine) a prodrug made by bayer, (aspirin) then came sulfanilimide in 1935 by the pasteur institute. ...Read more
Laudinium: No. It is no longer used in midern medicine, because of the unpredictability of its effects/side effects. ...Read more
An herbal supplement: Withania coagulans is a plant from India, that has been used in traditional India medicine for years for various conditions. There are some VERY SMALL scientific studies/research that suggest it can help lower blood sugar. Much more research is needed to find about exact uses, doses, and side effects. The same plant substance can cure at 1 dose & kill at another dose. So wait for good evidence. ...Read more
This is a leafy herb, with a peppery taste, often used in salads. See this article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Garden_cress
It is used in Indian medicine (Ayurvedic). There have been a very few small clinical studies of uncertain quality on possible uses as an alternative medicine. One interesting one suggests it may help w/osteoarthritis. As with most herbs, wait for good scientific studies. ...Read more
Many uses: Radioactive chemicals can be injected for treatment such as Radio-iodine for thyroid destruction. They can be used for diagnosis such as PET scans to measure tissue activity and bone scans. They can be used as a source of external radiation for focused treatment such as the gamma knife. This has fostered a sub-specialty of nuclear medicine. ...Read more
Though many plants: Or botanicals can be and have been used as "folk remedies" and even a few as sources for real medicine, self-diagnosing and treating individuals have fools for patients! medical school wouldn't take so long and require such high gpas if non-physicians could all just take a few plants and "cure" what ails them. If you're sick, please see a doctor; the life you save may be your own! ...Read more
Digoxin: the drug digitalis which in a refined form is digitalis is one of the oldest poisons used by man. The ancient Egyptians called in 'bulls blood' and killed with it. It must be used properly, in tightly controlled dosage and followed by the physician. It has been used for rate control and congestive heart failure predominantly. Recent popularity has declined significantly ...Read more
Ultrasound: Ultrasound is a type of imaging. It uses high-frequency sound waves to look at organs and structures inside the body. Health care professionals use it to view the heart, blood vessels, kidneys, liver, and other organs. During pregnancy, doctors use ultrasound to view the fetus. Unlike x-rays, ultrasound does not expose you to radiation. US is also used as guidance for certain biopsies/procedures ...Read more
Mercury in medicine:
Most accurate temp recording
Most accurate BP device ...Read more
Recombinant DNA: Recombinant DNA (rDNA) molecules are DNA molecules formed by laboratory methods of genetic recombination (such as molecular cloning) to bring together genetic material from multiple sources, creating sequences that would not otherwise be found in the genome. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Recombinant_DNA ...Read more
Tumeric: Turmeric contains cucuminoids like curcumin. This has anti-inflammatory & antioxidant effects. It is reported to ^ Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor which might help w brain functioning & v risk of some brain conditions such as Alzheimer's. It may help w treatment of arthritis & is reported to have anti-carcinogenic effects. ...Read more