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Hi If this keeps happening a hysterectomy may be your only real way out, but these days you can have a less invasive op by having a vaginal...
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Hi Had both of mine done last Xmas, its OK you just have to take it one step at a time as you will special sandals on, these are so you don't put...
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Hi You really need to speak to your surgeon over what your taken, he/she will tell you what you can be taken or not.Good Luck
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Did the urologist tell you to stop taking the medication?
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DrySol is the best ointment, but this is not a cure. There is a surgical cure, but most insurance companies will not pay for this delicate...
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Donating blood prior to surgery should be approved by your surgeon. The answer to your question depends on your current health status, the type of...
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I can only speak anecdotally as I have a friend that had gastric bypass surgery and was also prescribed Neurontin (Gabapentin). The surgeon...
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Hi When your having sex or trying to are you using any extra lubrication, you may find that coconut oil ( extra virgin ) could really help you, gives...
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Hi And from experience late last year from op's on both feet, changed after 4 days and then again at 4 days, after that on our own, all very...
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Yes....you can have a TB test done.
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Hi Well its either your own doctor as a start, or the dermatologist or uro, but as this has come on in 4 years the yes do it ASAPIt would be hard to...
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Those recommendations do not make any logical sense to me, either, so I would suggest that you get a second opinion, either from your own primary...
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I would not recommend it since this has not been tested, and I don't know what kind of anesthesia you will be having. I suspect your oral surgeon...
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The amount of sleep needed as we become older tends to remain the same as it is for younger adults. Seven to nine hours of sleep is a...
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NSAIDS are discouraged by most medical experts in treating patients that have undergone bariatric surgery. The small size of the pouch makes it...
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