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When Do You Need Tio See A Doctor For Aniexty
Anxiety is a general term for several disorders that cause nervousness, fear, apprehension, and worrying. These disorders affect how we feel and behave, and they can manifest real physical symptoms. Mild anxiety is vague and unsettling, while severe anxiety can be extremely debilitating, having a serious ...Read more
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
Need to see a doctor: I think doctors are necessary and great at managing and treating acute problems. I find my colleagues to be generally weak at prevention and general health advice and guidance. Depending on how self-motivated you are to learn about health, you can gain a lot of information from sites as this and others on the internet. But you need to know when you need guidance and should get it when you do. ...Read more
Primary care: Start with your primary care provider. He/she will be able to obtain initial information, obtain an examination and possibly get some studies. He/she will be able to refer if necessary. ...Read more
Primary care.: First see your primary care physician. If your pain requires the services of a specialist, your pcp can make that determination and refer you to the right person. Perianal pain requires a general surgeon. Muscular or bone pain around the gluteal region may need an orthopedic surgeon. Physiatrists or physical therapists may have a role as well. ...Read more
Dentist: Pain with chewing is usually related to TMJ or the tempero-mandibular joint. This is the hinge joint that allows the jaw to open and close. A dentis can usually diagnose the problem and may refer you to an ENT doctor or a maxillo-facial sugeon. ...Read more
Yes...common problem: Numbness can occur from various reasons. Some potential causes include vitamin deficiency, nerve damage, nerve compression, and alcohol over consumption, side effects of different medications, or as a result of different systemic medical conditions such as diabetes. Get evaluated by a professional to determine the diagnosis. Treatment is based on the diagnosis. ...Read more
Paired exchange: You owe the doctor an honest accounting of your symptoms and medical history. The doctor owes you a focused and thorough examination, his best diagnosis and the appropriate treatment within the limits of medical knowledge. You then of course should make sure you pay any amounts owed and whatever insurance you have will also pay. ...Read more
It Depends: Polyphagia essentially means excessive eating because of increased appetite. There are usually 2 main reasons a pediatric endocrinologist is asked to see a patient with polyphagia: 1) when the excessive caloric intake causes excessive weight gain, or, 2) when a patient loses weight despite the increase in caloric intake. ...Read more
Fortunately NO: Diphtheria is an upper airway infection by a bacteria, corynebacterium diphtheria, which causes sore throat, fever, and a classic appearing (and somewhat nasty) infectious "membrane" on your tonsils. Sometimes just the skin is infected. Diphtheria is extremely rare in north america (and another reason to get your vaccines!). Diphtheria protection is provided in the typical "tetanus shot" (td). ...Read more
Flea bites are self limited because man is not the natural host. There are many cases that are probably never seen by physicians and s
ef correct if the host dog or cat is treated properly. ...Read more
ER visit: If you have a potentially serious problem, the going to an emergency room is the fastest way to get help. If you have a relationship already with a doctor, they usually will see you on an urgent basis if a new problem has arisen and some have a few slots open for emergencies even if this is a new patient. Which is the easiest? It depends on your funding, history and degree of problem. ...Read more
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Who doesn't like doctors! Well, seriously
you can't force anyone, unless it is a psychiatric patient out of their mind, aggressive and trying to hurt themselves or others.
However you can talk on his/her behalf to his doctor and see how his/her condition is serios, based on your observations, and what outcome can be expected without medical intervention, and than try again talk to your relative. ...Read more
Yes: We don't always recognize the problem however, . ...Read more
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