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What To Wear To The Gyn
Ankle Sprain: Ankle sprains are very common injuries. There's a good chance that while playing as a child or stepping on an uneven surface as an adult you sprained your ankle--some 25,000 people do it every day.? http://www.aofas.org/footcaremd/how-to/foot-injury/pages/how%20to%20care%20for%20a%20sprained%20ankle.aspx ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It depends: Viral pink eyes is very common and you don't need to do much (just some redness, maybe watery, no discharge, no pain/change of vision etc...)..Or if allergies--typically some redness, watery and itchy...Then allergies drops will help. If you have discharge from eyes, pain, change of visision..See your doctor asap..Vision is precious and so don't cut corner.... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Stay healthy: The best way to grow hair naturally is to stay healthy: regular exercises and eating a well-balanced diet to provide your body with the necessary nutrients to support growth and repair. Artificially grown hair such as that by use of rogaine (minoxidil) etc...Is not a lasting and healthy effect. Stimulate/massage your scalp regularly to keep a good blood supply. There isn't much else you can do. Good luck. ...Read more
Logic: Teens generally are in excellent health so most reasons for them to go to a doctor are obvious - trauma, unexplained pain, blurry vision. Your teen would like to correct such problems. Some teens have chronic disease like diabetes and consider a doctor visit sort of a punishment - these are tough cases. Routine visits probably aren't needed in teens unless an inherited condition might be found. ...Read more
Bacterial vaginosis: The most common cause is gardnerella vaginalis (although others can be involved). The diagnosis is typically straightforward in the doctor's office. The treatment is with antibiotics, depending on which drugs are effective in your community and your personal drug allergies. A bacterial infection in the vagina can only be treated after a doctor does an exam, and sometimes lab tests. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Regularly: If you have not had a full work-up to determine the cause of your venous stasis, then you should see a vein specialist asap, as there may be issues that can be improved or even cured to resolve the problem. If you are currently undergoing tratment and are stable, then you should be followed regularly, perhaps every 6-12 months for monitoring. Any sudden change should be evaluated immediately. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Healthy diet & supps: I am not sure what you are asking. The foundation of nutritional support is a healthy diet. No one diet is best for everyone but a diet emphasizing a variety of organic fruits, vegetables, beans, nuts, seeds & possibly organic dairy/eggs/meats in moderation is a good foundation (though it can be argued that a vegetarian or vegan diet might be healthiest for many). See comments for further advice. ...Read more
What age is to young to start on the pill and how do you convince your daughter to go to the doctor?
Depends: Most of us live busy lives and seeing a doctor or dentist takes a chunk out of our schedules. You have to assess your health risks, life style, family history and inheritance as to the urgency. Of course if you are having symptoms,then the choice is probably made for you. Otherwise it is a matter of risk taking and the chance to catch something earlier and more easily treated. ...Read more
Yes: Yes, but it would need to be a dentist or oral surgeon with hospital priveledges who took your teeth out there. If you just walk in to the er, they will direct you to go see your dentist first. Having teeth out at the hospital requires a thorough workup from the person who will remove the teeth, so the best place to start is still at your dentist's office. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Immediately: cool it down with cold/cool water.Get a more detailed answer ›
Tough problem: Men consider it "manly" to put up with discomfort and illness. A visit to the doc implies some loss of that manliness. You should find out about his condition (use the internet) and discuss with him the consequences of having it taken care of versus the possibility of chronic problems and disability. The cost is a difficult one but many docs will negotiate if you offer cash. ...Read more
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