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There are many causes of erectile dysfunction are so diverse including medication side effect, vascular causes, diabetes, neurologic conditions, local penile factors, hormonal imbalance, Also psychological factors
so I think you best see you health professional to diagnose the cause and direct treatment accordingly ...Read more
I want to do virtual consult with Dr. H. Hunter Handsfield, How do I contact him? Please suggest me.
He is retired.: According to Dr. Handsfield's page on Heathtap, he is no longer in clinical practice and does not see patients. Sorry! ...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
Only on CONCIERGE: HealthTap virtual consultations come via 2 different premium services. On PRIME, no tests are ordered, as the visits are single events, not ongoing care (a PRIME doctor does not follow-up on medical issues, and thus would not order any tests). On CONCIERGE, the doctor generally has or will start an ongoing-care relationship with the patient, and thus may order tests and follow-up at a later visit. ...Read more
What are the top 5 ailments you can treat and prescribe proper prescriptions during a virtual consult?
More than five.: Perhaps HealthTap powers-that-be maintain that data, but we can treat myriad medical conditions virtually. ...Read more
If I do a virtual consult with a HealthTap Prime doctor, can they interpret and explain my test results to me?
Sure.: During your consult, you can upload any tests you may have for review by the consultant. ...Read more
Did you send my prescription to the pharmacy for the cipro 250mg. For uti they claim they have not received it yet. We had a virtual online consult around 12:20pm. I didn't know if you send your scripts in right away. How do I get in touch dr amico??
This needs to be: Done on healthtap prime.Get a more detailed answer ›
Testicular pain: It depends on the nature of your pain. Do you have any symptoms? Like swelling, redness? Any associated urinary tract symptoms? In most cases, testicular pain is physiologic in nature and not related to any serious disease. Adequate physical exam by your pcp is mandatory. If needed, your pcp might refer you to a urologist. ...Read more
Expert Help Matters!: See ur pcp 2rule out any physical problems. Then consult w/ psychiatrist or clinical psychologist specializing in ocd/anxiety. Expert can rule out other problems that may look like or go w/ ocd/anx. To get the right doc (s) & most effective treatment (s), research ocd/anxiety: learn all u can about them & how 2treat effectively. Find a wellspring of educational info here: http://www. Anxietybc. Org. ...Read more
Health issues: Please re-ask and be more specific about what you would like to know. For an in-depth discussion consider discussing with your medical provider or asking a provider on Healthtap Prime or Concierge. ...Read more
Fertility Evaluation: We tailor the evaluation based on your history and also based on the resources you have available to help cover the cost of testing which can be expensive. After your history it will include an exam and/or ultrasound as well as blood testing. Please bring your husband, as he will need a semen analysis and blood testing as well. Any records from prior MD's will be quite helpful to avoid duplication ...Read more
Consult: The Cardiologist and his/her staff will talk with you to get a medical history, do a physical exam (not a complete one like when you get an annual physical), and some simple tests may be done during that first visit. Based on what is found, further tests may be ordered. Be prepared to ask questions and get all your concerns addressed. ...Read more
Depends..: Most patients are regularly seen by anesthesiologists or certified nurse anesthetists immediately after hospital admission to discuss whether or not to administer general or regional anesthesia for surgery;epidural or no epidural for normal labor. A consult is made earlier if you have a history of anesthesia/surgery related problems, including other members of your family. ...Read more
D & C: Please start by seeing your family doctor. He/she will refer you to the proper specialist if it appears appropriate. Peace and good health. ...Read more
No: Consult a board certified pain specialist.Get a more detailed answer ›
General vs specific: Medical consultation infers a request for a general but thorough medical evaluation when recommendations are being sought for help with a diagnosis or for managing a known medical condition. A medical clearance is a specific request for ascertaining whether a patient is medically cleared to undergo a specific procedure, surgery, or activity. ...Read more
Consult your doctor: We are letting you know it's important to share your questions with doctors in real time. Not because we don't know the answer, but mostly to make sure your medical problem is addressed by someone who knows you better than an online doctor, and can examine you and give you potentially better care. You can't always treat patients completely by throwing out advice - you need a real time follow-up ...Read more
I m 47 yrs old and I m facing survical problem since past 7 yrs and I have consulted many doctors but no results?
Confused: What exactly is your problem?Get a more detailed answer ›
Hi I would like to consult with a psychothreapists in Manhattan who works with Cigna. Can you please recommentd anyone.?
Lately I noticed that I would sometimes take a sudden deep breath involuntarily. Should I be concerned? Whom should I consult?
Ask your doctor!: Did you just describe a sigh or yawn? . ..And those certainly are not pathologic! Now, if there is pain with it... Or if you've got other symptoms, you might be able to build a case but you should ask yourself whether or not you've been anxious about something... Or particularly bored. If your doctor listened to your lungs, checked some lab, maybe a blood gas, he/she could reassure you further. ...Read more
I survived neuroblastoma and am currently seeking help with my current health. Is it best I consult a Dr familiar with neuroblastoma?
Any of us will do: Congratulations on your cure -- neuroblastoma was once uniformly fatal but with today's medicines, cures are now fairly common though much depends on the tumor's biology. Neuroblastoma's general knowledge among us, the treatment has little in the way of long-term effects, and there's no need to find a specialist for your primary case. Just mention your history. Best wishes. ...Read more
Who is the best person to consult if I'm wondering whether or not I'm having the right posture? (this is strictly for spine/health issues)
PHYSICAL THERAPIST: Probably.Get a more detailed answer ›
Went to pick up Rx from earlier consult, but pharmacy says it is not on file. Input info looks correct. Thanks. Brent Gipson, 11/14/1986?
Sorry about that.: Your best bet will be to inbox consult the doctor who prescribed the medication and ask to contact the pharmacy again, either by e-prescription or by phone. ...Read more
Wonderfull consultation with a great psyh. Dr. Recently. Consult....On a normal basis with a psych dr. Is a 15 minute appointment just too short?
15 minute appts.: Dr. Fowler provided helpful info on the effects of managed care on psychiatry appointments. The 15-minute model is based on medication management only -- and I personally think it's too short for even that. If your goal is also psychotherapy, 15 minutes is even more woefully inadequate. Some support can be provided, but most of the time goes for checking side effects and writing prescriptions. ...Read more
I have hycrocele I consulted general physicition he telling if there is no pain and sweeling no need to take any medicine and no need any surgery.
A hydrocele is a collection of fluid in the scrotum. Most develop for no apparent reason, are harmless and can be left alone. If needed, a small operation can usually cure the problem. In a small number of cases, a hydrocele is due to an underlying problem with a testicle (testis).
https://patient. Info/health/hydrocele-in-adults ...Read more