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What Does Bca Stand For In Medical Charts
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Questioning the care: A committee is looking at the indications and the type of treatment you received for the symptoms that you have, they may have difficulty with the diagnosis or the indications perhaps you need another opinion.You are too young for the problems you allegedly have. Prolotherapyin an option. www.proloshot.com or www.Getprolo.Com for info. ...Read more
Are doctors pretty much geniuses for being able to know & remember so much? I like medical stuff but can't stand miniature details. How do you do that
You got it all wrong: You don't need to remember everything. No one can. You DO need to know where to FIND it. Doctors are very smart people. If you've ever been around a genius, you know there's a BIG difference between a genius and a very smart person. Even docs who win Nobel Prizes usually aren't geniuses. Smarts aren't enough. Good ideas are cheap. You need the perseverance to keep at it till you find the answer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My medical chart states I have neuromuscular disease. What is this? I know I'm suspected to have MS.
Generic term: Neuromuscular disease is a general category to include disorders of nerve and muscle, and could include brain and spinal cord situations. This term does not clarify whether you do or do NOT have MS, and you need to get this diagnosis confirmed. Most neurologists can help you, but if issues are confusing, get a second opinion. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hello my medical history is a healthy chart..My bf ejaculated in me 4dys ago i noticed orange yellowish discharge what dis mean 19yrsold, weigh 157, 5'4, medical history chart healthy...
There : There are a few key pieces of information missing? Does the discharge have an odor? Do you have vaginal itching or pain? Regardless a vaginal discharge should be evaluated by your primary care doctor or gynecologist. This may represent normal post-coital discharge(post sex), or could be an std, or even a bacterial or yeast infection. Again, it's difficult to say based on the limited information and without evaluation. In addition, if you are having unprotected sex please be aware you are at risk of contracting std's, as well as becoming pregnant. Please take these things into serious consideration. The take home point here is to have a medical evaluation. Good luck. ...Read more
Did the medical abortion work? I took the abortion pill on august 26, started bleeding slightly, took the misoprostol on the 28, and bled extremely heavily for a few hours with clots. It was so bad that i had to stand in the shower so i would not get bloo
The : The only way to know for sure is to have a pregnancy test. This can be done at home or in your doctor's office. Based on what you described it sounds like the treatment worked in terminating your pregnancy, but this needs to be confirmed with a follow up pregnancy test. On the other hand, it is normal for your regular period to take a few months to resume after taking misoprostol. Your body's hormone levels need time to normalize. This may be the explanation as to why your periods have not resumed. Good luck to you. ...Read more
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