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What Chemicals Do Doctors Use
What's "most?": Solid science depends on the demonstration of a direct causal relationship between a symptom or set of symptoms and a proposed cause.Such evidence is currently lacking,for the most part. There fore,science can't as yet say. But absence of evidence isn't evidence of absence.Those in favor choose to decide based on their personal experiences and the associations drawn therefrom. Most? Probably not . ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How can my urine tell my doctors if I have a chemical imbalance & would any other disease pop up? Help please
Possibly: For the money a UA is perhaps the most powerful test in medicine. A dipstick can potentially detect diabetes, kidney damage, bleeding or infection and offer clues to hydration. As far as "chemical imbalance" more detailed urine tests can be done for presence of drugs, toxic substances or hormones which may be in excess causing disease (eg Cushings, or "pheo"). Hope this helps. ...Read more
Doctors, what are the chemicals in synthetic weed and is gallbladder problems one of the effects from smoking?
Hard to say: There are literally hundreds of synthetic cannabinoids, which can be very different chemicals with different effects. There are about 5 common chemicals found in spice/k2, but the concentrations are uneven and some batches may be toxic while others have very little drug. It may be contaminated with other chemicals as well. There are reports of gallbladder problems with these drugs. Stop using them. ...Read more
Doctors can you please google and find out the chemical composition of meconerv injection(from micro labs limited, bangalore) n tell me why it is used?
I've researched epididymitis (chemical) extensively and am 100% certain I have it. However, 2 ultrasounds and 2 doctors say otherwise-what should I do?
Need more info: More details would be helpful to better understand why you think you have this diagnosis. What chemical do you think is causing it? Have you ever seen a urologist? Have you ever had a complete history and physical including advanced urine analysis, urinary cultures and bloodwork? ...Read more
Call various clinics: In your area and inquire. Mcs is not recognized yet by the ama as a distinct clinical entity but most patients who experience non specific symptoms related to exposure to environmental pollutants think otherwise. Treatment is based on symptoms. Best wishes! http://www.M.Webmd.Com/allergies/multiple-chemical-sensitivity. ...Read more
Please name some antipsychotics (in their chemical names) that don't increase your prolactin levels. I live in south Africa where doctors are not well trained, i usually have to ask for meds i researc
All can: All antipsychotics -- even the atypical ones -- can increase prolactin at least transiently. http://www.jfponline.com/pages.asp?aid=602 the atypicals (risperdal, geodon, (ziprasidone) seroquel, etc) are less likely than older antipsychotics (haldol, stelazine, thorazine, etc) to do it, but at high enough dose, they will. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pregnancy method?: If the pregnancy was performed by IVF or Intrauterine insemination then it is usually clear cut as to the pregnancy status if the MD is doing the testing. If the "chemical pregnancy" was diagnosed without testing, that would be my first question as to whether there really was a "pregnancy". ...Read more
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