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What Are The Results I Can Expect From Adipex
Phentermine is been around for about 60 years. Phentermine is an appetite suppressant the bariatrician in the winter of 2008. Has a article gives a great description of the medication phentermine. I have used Phentermine over the last nine years without any complications whatsoever. We only give a half of a 37.5 mg ...Read more
Patient Pleasing.: Most patients who undergo surgery to correct gynecomastia are very pleased with the outcome of the procedure. The results of the procedure generally include a flatter chest wall. Patients often experience a physical and “psychosocial” benefit. One of the keys associated with this procedure is avoidance of over resection and a contour deformity. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Better mood ?: If you are depressed, you may feel better. If you are trying to quit smoking it may help you quit. If you have adhd it may help your concentration and attention. Like other antidepressants it may cause side effects. If you are an alcoholic it may increase the risk of having a seizure. ...Read more
Depends: Length of the incision depends on the surgery. Be confident that surgeons will make the length as long as necessary to perform their surgery. Scarring will also depend on the surgery procedure, location of surgery, skill of the surgeon, type of sutures (stitches) used, infection or other complications and the patient's ability to form scar tissue. Best to discuss these issues with your surgeon. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
It Depends: It depends on what type of surgery you are having and where you are having surgery. At a minimum there is usually an anesthesia provider, your surgeon, a scrub tech, and a circulating nurse. Your surgeon may have an assistent. At a teaching hospital there may be medical students, nursing students and residents in the room watching or helping. Others may be present if special equip needed. ...Read more
Coma: This is a tough one - as it really depends on what the inciting event was. Even with this information people have been known to suddenly wake up. ...Read more
What to do if I have joined the marrow donor program and got my genetic results. what can you tell by these results?
Can you please tell me about the actual symptoms of the flu and how do they differ from those of a common cold?
Sicker with flu: With true influenza, in addition to the runny/stuffy nose and congestion, you also get a much worse cough, chest tightness, fever is much higher and much more of headaches and body aches with influenza. While a cold is irritating and you feel under the weather, influenza makes you feel like you have been hit by a truck and run over again! ...Read more
Can I really be allergic to all these foods?! Have photo of the results under Files. Should I stay away? Can someone explain these results to me
Food Allergies: There are different sort of immune responses to food. Some of them are not considered an allergy. IgE tests are allergic. IgG are a delayed immune response and not really an allergy. The IgG response are not. That is the simplified version. I'd be happy to do a consultation with you. ...Read more
It depends: The answer depends on you, your diet, your lifestyle, your family history, the depth of your depression, and what you are doing to help yourself with this. For instance, most antidepressants take at least 3-4 weeks to show an effect. Psychotherapy with an experienced therapist is also important, so that you address issues contributing to your depression. Medications alone will not do this. ...Read more
Varies: Many people with mild diabetes have no symptoms at all. When the blood sugar becomes very high they will have increased urination, thirst, weight loss, blurred vision, fatigue, increased infections. A fasting sugar under 100 mg/dl is normal, above 125 is considered diabetes. A sugar after eating above 200 is also considered diabetes, as well as a hemoglobin a1c above 6.5% (normal <5.7). ...Read more
To hear better: stapedectomy/stapedotomy surgery typically has a very high rate of success in improving hearing loss in patients with otosclerosis. Common symptoms immediately following surgery include fullness in the ear, bloody discharge, some dizziness, and some pain in the ear. Some patients experience some alteration in their sense of taste as well. ...Read more
How can I make sense of the psa testing craziness on the news? What am I actually supposed to have done?
A personal choice: I refused a PSA & got a good physical exam instead. It does not seem to me that the likely benefit to me (an extremely small chance of saving my life) outweighs the expense and morbidity of a positive result. After twenty years it hasn't reduced the death rate from prostate cancer meaningfully. I hope the money that I saved society by refusing the PSA test gets a pair of eyeglasses for a poor kid. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I want to get butt implants but what are the risks? How long do they last what are the different procedures?
Butt implant risks: Include infection requiring removal, scarring, asymmetry, loss of sensation, pain, and malposition, among other more rare ones. Fat grafting is another option for buttock enlargement, but can require more than one treatment and can also leave lumps, irregularities, scar tissue, or become infected, etc. Fat is living and lasts long-term; implants do not leak or break--should last long-term. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Wait about 10 hours: after your last dose for it to wear off. Stimulants do not " build up" or stay in the bloodstream at a steady state. Any symptoms you have that are side-effects of Focalin (dexmethylphenidate) will be gone completely after 24 hours after your last dose. If your symptoms persist longer than that, they are not related to Focalin (dexmethylphenidate). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What joint ?: Arthroscopic procedures have become very common and often complicated procedures are done thru multiple small incisions. You really need to talk to your surgeon. ...Read more
If most of my symptoms from hyperthyroidism have gone except the "foggy thinking", what should I do to get rid of that? The meds aren't working. What can be done?
Furthar test: At age 80 need doppler of carotids and chem 20 lab. If all neg. A medical food cerefolin with nac is very helpful. ...Read more
What can I expect when my husband comes home from having a brain tumor removed? Any information about the pricess would be much oblidged. Thank you
Cost: If you are indeed concerned about the cost of the surgery, you need to talk to the hospital administration. ...Read more
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