Should I go see a doctor?

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Should I go see a doctor for persistent feelings of guilt when I know I didn't do anything wrong?

Persistent guilt. If you know you didn't do anything wrong, you wouldn't have guilt. So if the guilt is persistent and distressing, seeing a psychologist or counselor could help you figure out why you have it and relieve it. Don't live with distress when you don't have to. Read more...
Guilt is a sign . It is a sign of depression too very easy to diagnose just get a consult. Read more...

I have had back pains for a little over 2 months should I go see a doctor, or handle it myself? I have random pains that cause me to stop whatever I am doing. Like I said there's no pattern, and I don't know whether I should go see a doctor or handle it

In . In general it is very common for people to have back pain. It may be from fatigue, overuse, or minor injury. The best things to do, include: rest, local heat (heating pad), anti-inflammatory agents such as ibuprofen, and stretching. Once the back pain has decreased you might begin strengthening your back and abdominal muscles with core exercises. Best wishes. Read more...

Should I go see a doctor at first signs of perimenopause?

Debatable Point. I would say absolutely! many would say don't worry about it. The average estrogen levels drop significantly though during this period so many of the very negative things begin to happen with the onset of perimenopause. The most distressing to women would be skin wrinkling, acne and loss of scalp hair. Not to mention urinary frequency, decreased bladder capacity and vaginal dryness...More. Read more...

I hurt my lower back working out yesterday, should I go see a doctor?

Low back strain. It usually isn't necessary to consult a physician so soon after an episode of acute low back strain. Instead rest, apply hot and cold applications alternatingly, rubbing liniment, and,if you can take them, nsaids like ibuprofen help the associated inflammation and pain. It usually takes 7-10 days for symptoms to resolve. See your physician if symptoms persist worsen or if discomfort radiates. Read more...