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If you take IB's for a long period of time, they will raise your B.P. If your B.P. get's too high, and that way for a period of time, it...
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No....if you are having bleeding issues, it would be best to consult your medical provider and have a few blood tests first. There is...
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You need to see an ENT specialist -- one that specializes in inner ear disorders. Sudden hearing loss in one ear with tinnitus (and vertigo) requires...
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See a pulmonary (lung) specialist or allergist. I have never seen ibuprofen cause nighttime wheezing like you have described. Although it is possible...
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Hi, Before you go any further you should seek proper medical advice, you need to think of your young child's health instead stuffing it full of...
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Fever is the body's response to inflammation or infection. Amoxicillin is only effective for a BACTERIAL infection (like Strep). It is absolutely...
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I say call 911, and ask them. They will tell you immediately.
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Hi, Thinking the sensible way, the thing would be to come off them till you get back to normal, find out what's in both of these BC pills...
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Why? They are both anti-inflammatory drugs. You should just pick ONE to simplify your life. Naproxen is twice a day; or ibuprofen every six hours...
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If your daughter is under six years old, Bromfed DM is not recommended. If she is over six, you will need to get the okay from her doctor since I do...
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One sided throat pain is more concerning than if you had both sides sore. A concern would be a peritonsillar abscess. Since I have not way of...
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Did your husband have flu symtoms such as congestion and coughing prior to the lower back pain? My wife and I both have the same issue. Congestion...
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The short answer is this: Yes, you should see a doctor.You could have a cyst, a lipoma, or something else. Your best bet is to have this examined by...
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You could have a Urinary Tract Infection! If it burns when you pee, you feel like you have to pee but you can't/very little urine comes out...
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 Due to the fact that my dr had me on 10/650 hydrocodone/acetaminophen 8 x day for a few years my liver test were extreamly high. He even called...
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