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What Doctor Do I See About My Spleen
Make a plan: Hi. Talk with your doc about diabetes, get diabetes education, start eating healthily and exercising regularly. Take your diabetes meds. Don't smoke. Control your blood pressure and cholesterol (your doc will give you medicines for these). By controlling all this, you greatly lower the risk of blindness, kidney failure, amputation, heart attack &b stroke, etc. ...Read more
See gyn: see gyn for thorough exam and labs. ...Read more
The details.: Help your doctor diagnose the cause by giving as many details as possible as to where the pain is located, when does it happen, what does it feel like, how long does it last, how long has it been going on, and what makes it better or worse. Grade the severity of the pain on a scale of 1 to 10. Keeping a pain dairy can be very helpful. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Everything: Try and answer all the questions your doctor asks you about your health...A thorough doctor should ask you about all your symptoms, as well as symptoms about all of your body's systems, your past medical and surgical history, your family history, and your social history (including tobacco, alcohol, and drug use as well as your sexual history). Being frank and truthful is the best way. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have now? or had?: Common viral infection. About 80% adults in us have past history mono:caused by 1 of 2 viruses: epstein-barr and cytomegalovirus. Active infection: contagious, don't swap spit. Past history: over and done. Acute infection: fatigue, sore throat, swollen glands, maybe tonsillitis, hepatitis, big spleen, anemia; usually over in 2 weeks, recovery can last 6 months. No spec rx gen; rest, no alcoho. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends.: It depends on why you believe your spleen is a problem. If you have been told specifically by a doctor that you have a splenic disorder, then you need to see either a hematologist or a surgeon, depending on what the initial doctor who suspected the problem feels is most appropriate. If, however, you just suspect the spleen, you should see your primary care doctor first to verify it. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Everything: If your are taking several medications they might have interaction between them and cause you unwanted symptoms. They might also have a side effect. If you came to the office and needed a treatment for your problem, physician need to choose the right medication for you to avoid interactions with your current medications, herbs, supplements, over-the-counter, etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Solesearching: The majority of adults have mono in childhood and are immune. For those that are not, the illness is harsh. The contagious period begins days before the first symptoms and lasts 3 weeks in most, longer in some.You can be supportive,but less intimate, and might avoid it.Yet you are likely incubating it already if susceptible. I'd probably take my chances unless I wanted an excuse to take off. ...Read more
Low Back Pain: Very common for humans to experience back pain. Acute onset of back pain usually resolves in 4-6 weeks. If pain isn't improved, worsens, radiates into legs, causes tingling and numbness into legs, weakness of legs, associated with numbness in the perianal area, bowel or bladder problem, fever, chill, unexplained weight loss, of pain while lying down regardless of position seek medical evaluation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Get a letter from MD: Not sure what you're asking. What does your teacher want to know? A letter from your doctor might provide the essential information. ...Read more
Maybe: It's difficult to say without seeing the "spot". It wouldn't hurt to see your physician for peace of mind. ...Read more
Get Treatment: With treatment there is a really good chance that you can be here to help your child grow up, get married and have kids of their own. Do not give up. Talk to your doctor about treatment options.. Good luck. ...Read more
Get him regular f/u: he needs regular bloodwork, regular cancer and variceal screening, minimize any contributing factors (stop alcohol, treat HCV, etc). many people can live 10-15 years with cirrhosis - depends on where he's at. talk to his gastroenterologist or hepatologist for any specific questions. ...Read more
Chronic?: If yes - dermatological evaluation.Get a more detailed answer ›
That you're unhappy: You have nothing to apologize for if you were compliant. Your physician's job is to guide you in getting the health outcomes you want. Folks remedies usually fail; topical benzoyl peroxide clears only 50%; if topical clindamycin, topical retinoic acid and systemic tetracycline 500 2x/day have failed, time to consider spironolactone and/or isotretinoin. ...Read more
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