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See your doctor: If you have a skin problem it is helpful to see your doctor and allow the physical exam with the history make a proper diagnosis. At that point you will also receive treatment and that is far better than using online help. Often in those situations they are trying to sell you something. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Free Health Care: I do not believe there is such a service. I do know that you can go to public health clinics for a sliding scale fee and that is where i would advise you to start. Regular family medicine office visits are also not expensive when you compare the cost of seeing specialists or going to an er. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I would like to talk or video chat with a gastroenterologist please.....I need a specialist in this field.
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I just signed up for video chat with a doctor with this site. If you are a doctor are you able to video chat on here for a consultation?
Easily done: Hopefully you have internet access. You can find a local ENT to chat with by "googling" that specialty and your town or a nearby larger town. You can also find links to the american academy of otolaryngology and use their chat line or information line to get information and contacts. ...Read more
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No: The visual system can handle this and some consider it a form of training for things like being a fighter pilot. It may however, destroy your brain, your ambition and your fund of knowledge. ...Read more
Need a referral for a Dr. who knows about FQ Toxicity Syndrome -- either in Las Vegas or via virtual consult. ?
Good luck!: The fact that doctors often ignore the excellent advice not to use flouroquinolones as first-line therapy (in order not to contribute to resistant organisms, especially), does not speak well of us as a whole. Partly because the push to use it is colored by biased reports (Most research in this country is paid for by industry), and the other is the fear of being sued if safer first choices fail. ...Read more
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Perhaps: It is commonly believed that radiation from a computer monitor can damage the eyes. This is false. You may develop eye strain from prolonged computer time or your eyes can become dry and irritated, because you don't blink as much when reading or watching a monitor/tv. The monitor radiation itself will not damage your eyes, though. ...Read more
Urologist: A general physician may also be able to help, especially if surgery's not in the offing. ...Read more