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What Kind Of Doctor Should I Be Seeing If I Have Hepatitis
Depends, maybe none: Scoliosis is primarily treated based upon the size of the curve and the age of the patient. A skeletally mature adult with a curve less than 45 degrees and not having any problems does not really need followup or treatment. If you do need to be seen, an orthopedic surgeon that treats scoliosis is the type of doctor that you see. Thank you for your question. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
An infectious: disease specialist would be a good choice - but your personal doctor may assess at well. ...Read more
Wonderful: That's great news. The first step is to take the MCAT and get into medical school. Don't worry about what type of doctor to be yet. Every doctor gets the same medical education. In your third or fourth year, you will get an idea of what specialty you want to go into based on your interests and experiences in school. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Immediately!: If you were bitten by an animal known to have rabies it is imperative you seek immediate medical attention. If you were bitten by an animal such as an unknown dog, raccoon, opossum, bat you also should seek immediate medical attention because these animals carry higher risk for rabies. Rabies can be fatal and there is an available vaccine that can be used post exposure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A hematologist or: A medical oncologist; checking board certification status is a good idea. ...Read more
Perhaps spinal: If truly slight, you may not need to see anyone. But to get a thorough assessment and a chance to address all your concerns, see a spinal specialist who treats deformity like scoliosis. If you have more than minor discomfort or nerve symptoms (numbness, tingling, weakness), definitely see the specialist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I would start with: Your personal physician. He or she can work up to determine if a specialty consultation is indicated. ...Read more
Doctor for UTI's: If this is your first bladder infection, you can see a physician. A urine will be obtained for culture and you will be started on an antibiotic. If it is a frequent problem, more than twice, you need to see a urologist to have some studies done to see if you have an anatomical, or other, problem causing you to have them. If you are a woman, urinating after sex may be all that's needed. Good luck. ...Read more
I would like to know if I should be concerned about any other chronic diseases please?
I have seen a couple of doctors and a specialist. I am still concerned and suffering.
Any feedback on what to do next ?
Stay with one doctor: You have not stated why you have been seing many doctors. what ever it is you are feeling, stay with one doctor to avoid confusion and to achieve completeness in your case. ...Read more
See your doctor : There are many things a bump on the neck could be. Anything from a benign cyst, enlarged thyroid gland, enlarged lymph node, tumor etc. Your doctor can evaluate you and make the diagnosis. Better to have it looked at than ignore it. ...Read more
Pediatrician: Always start with your Pediatrician. They always know the best consultant for your kids. Kidney problem could be as simple as night time urination in bed, which can be treated by your pediatrician . If there is any change in the Blood chemistry or Blood in the urine etc, your pediatrician will be able to refer you to right consultant. ...Read more
Yes, possible.: There are many things that could cause a skin rash. Several types of inflammatory conditions of the skin, allergic reactions, sun exposure, insect bites, and sometimes bacterial, viral or fungal infections can cause rashes on the skin. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
I am worried there might be something wrong with my lungs. What are some symptoms I should look about for and how do I tell if I should see a doctor?
Sleep specialist...: Usually someone trained in pulmonary medicine.Get a more detailed answer ›
No: Massage affects circulation and sometimes the contour of the nipple. Hormones and body weight affect the size of the breast. Weight training can affect how the breast sits on the chest. A plastic surgeon can evaluate you for options in changing your breast size, but as a physical medicine doctor, i emphasize posture, weight, and bra design as the first steps in changing your silhouette. ...Read more
Breast surgery: Breast surgeons and plastic surgeons perform the most procedures on the breast. Complex surgery of the breast is usually handled in a team approach for can. For purely cosmetic surgery involving a reduction or augmentation with or without a lift is handled by a plastic surgeon. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
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