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What If Monistat Doesn T Work
Yeast infections: A yeast infection usually resolves in one to two weeks with appropriate treatment. It may take longer for those who are immunocompromised. If you have recurrent (four or more) yeast infections per year or a chronic yeast infection simple treatments may not be adequate. Please see your physician for treatment in that situation. ...Read more
Selectively: In certain individuals and only in combination with standard antidepressants, psychostimulants may be be a helpful adjunct. This method should only be used if the depression is otherwise treatment resistant and under the close supervision of a psychiatrist with experience. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
2 answers: First, consider that sinus congestion, which is often viral and (non-infectious) post-viral inflammation, takes time to get better. Second, if you're getting worse, develop fever, express pus (often greenish) from you nose, or have progressive facial pain, there may be superimposed bacterial infection requiring an antibiotic. See your doctor. ...Read more
Different antibiotic: Ampicillin is not a great choice for adult prostatitis though it does work for some. Sometimes a culture helps, sometimes a trial of another antibiotic is reasonable because some bacteria don't show up on routine cultures (and need special media to grow in culture). Treatment for prostatitis can be of several weeks duration to eliminate the infection. See your doc or get a referral to a urologist ...Read more
Glycerin vs enema: If you are experiencing acute constipation or fecal impaction, home glycerin suppository is a good first step. You may also consider a fleets enema or a mineral oil enema as second line. If these are not working, a visit to your md or an er may be necessary for further management. General recommendation is to focus on prevention by plenty of fluids and high-fiber diet on a day to day basis. ...Read more
Depends: On why you are using it. If you are constipated and it doesn't help you poop, then try drinking more water and increasing p-fruits...Peach, pear plum, pineapple, papaya. Peas, pumpkin, pomegranate...If you are severely constipated, ask your doctor about other methods....Increased fiber can help, MiraLAX (polyethylene glycol) can help, etc. You may need guidance for best results. ...Read more
I tried didifferent ways to add some kg's but no matter what I do it doesn't work out... Do you what might be wrong with me...
Adding Weight: Weight is somewhat predestined genetically. If both parents are large then the chances are the kids are going to be large without diet and exercise intervention. Protein is the building block of muscle. Try and eat 2-3 gram of protein per pound. At the same time you are going to need to exercise to build muscle mass with strength training. This should add weight. Cut down on carbs. ...Read more
Unclear!: We cannot see any other questions you have posted easily. So we cannot answer this one, without more details. Please ask again and assume that no other previous questions of yours have been answered. IF you want more detailed information, consider Healthtap Prime for a 30 minute video (or audio or text) consult with a doc. (not free, but definitely reasonable). ...Read more
Not normal: There are a lot of things that can cause this including fibroids, polyps,infections,medications, and diseases such as thyroid disease, diabetes, and PCOS. It is not normal and you need to be seen promptly. Do not wait until you stop bleeding. You need to be seen and examined right away. ...Read more
How do you use preparation h suppositories? Do you take it out or leave it in? Does it hurt? Please help!
See below: Suppository is designed to slide into anus (pointy end first). Have a high oil content so slide easily. Designed to dissolve to deliver medication (prep h-decreases swelling of hemorrhoids). Yes, leave it in-it dissolves. Shouldn't hurt but if youre tense, it can feel tight. Try some deep breaths & inserting it as you exhale. Can wear a glove or wash hands after. Ick factor is the worst part. ...Read more
Possible reasons: Reasons for missed/late periods: low body weight, obesity, marked weight ^ or v, over-exercise, endurance athletics, breast-feeding, ^ stress, illness, eating disorders (bulimia or anorexia), anovulatory cycle (no egg released), travel, hormone irregularities, drug use, meds (i.e., birth control) or medical problems. #1 reason is pregnancy. ...Read more
Maybe not yeast: Probably you mean 150 mg, the usual dose of single dose fluconazole (Diflucan) by mouth for vaginal yeast infections. Maybe it isn't yeast; you need to see a doctor for sure. It could be an STD, for example. Some yeast infections are resistant to "azole" drugs -- in which case you need doctor's care and prescription. Good luck! ...Read more
See below: Depends on if it is an important urgent surgical need, or more optional or cosmetic surgery. If it is an emergency, go to an emergency room where you will be seen and evaluated. Otherwise contact your local county medical society or a local community hospital to see what resources may be available for you. State medicaid can also be contacted to see what their qualifications are. ...Read more
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