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Why Would My Doctor Tell Me To Avoid Tamoxifen
Risks vs. benefits: Tamoxifen is a very effective drug for the prevention and treatment of hormone-sensitive breast cancer. However, like all medications, there are small risks associated with tamoxifen, including a risk of blood clots, stroke, uterine cancer, and cataracts. I would suspect that your dr. Felt that the risks outweighed the benefits in your case or that your cancer was not sensitive to tamoxifen. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
This medication is used to: treat breast cancer that has spread to other parts of the body in men and women. Treat early breast cancer in women who have already been treated with surgery, radiation, and/or chemotherapy. Reduce the risk of developing a more serious type of breast cancer in women who have had ductal carcinoma in situ (dcis; a type of breast cancer ...Read more
What for?: Explain your symptoms to your mother. Don't know if you have an acute or a chronic problem. Don't know if is it is psychological or straight medical. Don't know how severe the symptoms are. Don't know why there would be resistance- are parents insensitive? Are you hypochondriacal? Don't have much info to go on here. ...Read more
Not sure: imipramine is not usually an "as needed" medication. call your doctor and get clarification. also, what do the instructions on the bottle say? ...Read more
Arrhythmia & salt: In general, too much salt can lead to fluid retention and elevated blood pressure, which in turn can increase your risk of heart disease and arrhythmia. But if your sodium level is abnormally low, you may need more salt intake. Salt may be an important source of iodine if you are deficient. So, your case should be discussed with your doctor because we don't know the context. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What do you suggest if my doctor doesn't want to see me anymore and told me to get another doctor because I asked questions?
Interesting.: Did you ask lots of questions? Did you take up large amounts of time asking questions? Did you ask questions that pertained to the problem that you came in for? Did you go in with one chief problem or multiple issues? Do you ever use doctor's visits as a way to get social needs met? I don't mean to insult you with these questions - just trying to understand the dynamic. ...Read more
Lybrel: Don't know your age or your circumstance. ...Read more
DON;T YOU KNOW?: You should know him better then any of us on this forum, should know what makes him tick! ...Read more
Geriatric assessment: This is where a full eval by a Geriatrician can help. Polypharmacy is common and have a significant impact on may things in the elderly- including hospitaliztions for adverse drug reactions, falls and confusion. A frequent review and education og the patient about his meds may help duplication of meds and missue. Please try to find a board certified Geriatrician in your area for a comprehensive. ...Read more
Please tell me, could my pain management doctor refuse to prescribe for me unless i quit smoking?
Hard to say: I'm not able to answer based on limited information, and can't comment on another doctor. If you are referring to getting controlled medications for your pain, such as narcotics, some providers consider patient use of any addictive substances to be a cause of not prescribing pain medications. Smoking cigarettes has been connected to having lower ability to handle pain. Consider quitting! ...Read more
What to do if I had an MRI and my doctor is sending me to a specialist, can anyone explain to me what he meant?
I would like to talk to a doctor so he/she can help me & direct me on what to do & answer any question that I have concerning myself or my child.
What do you advise if doctor won't tell me anything. can anyone help me understand my trans vaginal ultrasound?
Persistence: When ever, I wish to have my own doctor give me more details, I have always requested the doctor to spend a few more minutes with me. Almost all doctors have given me extra time. Just remember to respect the time that is allotted for your visit. If you think you will need extra time with the doctor, make sure you mention it while scheduling your appointment. All will be well. ...Read more
Tell your GP: what is bothering you and why you think you may benefit from psychotherapy. Most physicians know a number of therapists and can give you a few referrals to psychologists who specialize in the issues you are struggling with. You could also set up a consult with a psychologist on HealthTap's concierge service. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What do you suggest if my doctor wants me to quit coffee to help my sinus problems and headaches?
Could my doctor have give me nolvadex or Clomid (clomiphene) to help me if i took prohormones and got gyno, how to know?
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