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Who Trasfered It To Who
Yes: Contact the nearest medical school/teaching hospital in your area. ...Read more
See below...: Support ur friend lovingly. Do not shame him/her; if u're somewhere together and he/she needs to suddenly leave, accomodate him/her without asking questions... Do not assume the therapist role with your friend, though... Ur role as a friend is priceless! encourage him/her to get in treatment...Wishing u both well! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Migraine: Is a serious and complex neurologic disorder. Headache, insomnia, visual disturbances nausea, sensitivity to light or sound, paresthesias during the episodes. It is a manageable condition. Rec. See an orofacial pain or headache specialist for evaluation and proper diagnostic and management. ...Read more
Look for a center: Look for the best liver transplant center. Make certain you are not drinking alcohol. If you smoke stop! if you can get listed in multiple regions, do it. Keep your nutrition up with high quality protein and if you can do some exercise do it to keep active. Make sure you have a reliable support system lined up for when you come home. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can a person who had a hysterectomy and who has her ovaries but has lupus harvest her eggs to do invitro with a suraget?
Love him: No one is perfect. So this guy has hsv. There are now anti-virals that can keep viral loads down and decrease transmission rates. Both of you talk to an infectious disease specialist together about ways to decrease your risks. But if you love this man, then love conquers all, and you can work with this. It is not a death sentence and can be dealt with if both of you are motivated to do so. ...Read more
No: You can only catch chlamydia as a sexually transmitted disease, not from sharing drinks with someone. ...Read more
Can you get a restraining order against someone who never physically harrassed you, but did emotionally?
Restraining order: Ask a lawyer not a doctor. It may vary in different states. ...Read more
Multiple positions: If this is your first time for a mammogram be aware that your mammographer likely has a lot of experience with the technique. Let them know that this is new for you. Aside from having to forego some modesty during the exam, the technique usually involves more than one position. Also, if you have breast implants this will be an important fact to share with the mammograher. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unclear: Dream interpretation is not well grounded in science. Sometimes our dreams reflect real world concerns or thoughts that we have, but trying to understand a specific "meaning" out of a certain dream is hard to prove or disprove. I usually tell patient to focus less on the content of dreams and more on how the dream made them feel. Sometimes a useful approach in therapy with patients. ...Read more
Help them grieve: As with any loss you need to provide comfort and support. They will need time to grieve. Don't try to minimize or trivialize it. ...Read more
Multiple ways: There are multiple possible causes for someone who knows how to speak, to go mute. One would be a tia, or more likely a full stroke; damage to vocal cords is another. Also someone can have an extreme psychological trauma and not be able to speak because of that. People can also be mute with some psychoses and extreme depressions. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Better find an MD OB: Cnms are supposed to deal with uncomplicated pregnancies and labor/deliveries. A trial of labor after prior cesarean section is a very high-risk situation that should only be managed by experienced obstetricians and perinatal anesthesiologists in large hospitals with sicu and nicu availability! do not attempt vbac with midwife! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers