• Why does painkiller ibuprofen have no effect on me?

    and why does nobody believe me when I explain this? Is there anyone else who has this? I have to take paracetamol
    and why does nobody believe me when I explain this? Is there anyone else who has this? I have to take paracetamol
    7 answers · 9 hours ago
  • What is the drug OxyContin used for?

    7 answers · 14 hours ago
  • Headache for 3 Days and vomiting any thing to worry about?

    My head is a sharp pounding sensation all over and keep vomiting green and brown stuff up feel so tired and just not myself to be honest what is the best thing to do I have been taking paracetamol as I can't take ibuprofen any other ideas?
    My head is a sharp pounding sensation all over and keep vomiting green and brown stuff up feel so tired and just not myself to be honest what is the best thing to do I have been taking paracetamol as I can't take ibuprofen any other ideas?
    6 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is it possible to have surgery to return my colon to normal size?

    I have had constant constipation for about 14 years now. I use the bathroom in 1-2 month intervals. I’m like this because my colon is far too big, and I cannot detect when I need to go. Is there a type of surgery to where they can cut off a piece of my colon and stitch it back together? And before you suggest it, I... show more
    I have had constant constipation for about 14 years now. I use the bathroom in 1-2 month intervals. I’m like this because my colon is far too big, and I cannot detect when I need to go. Is there a type of surgery to where they can cut off a piece of my colon and stitch it back together? And before you suggest it, I have been taking many types on medicines- Miralax, stool softeners, laxatives, colon cleansers. Has anyone been in a similar situation like this? If so, what did you do and what advice do you have?
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • Help with ECG reading please?

    Best answer: It is hard to read an ECG as you said. Start with 1. The normal ECG, P, QRS, and T waves, the PR interval, QRS complex voltage reading. 2. An ECG showing myocardial infarction with characteristic changes such as T wave inversion and ST segment depression. 3. An ECG showing atrial fibrillation. An ECG showing atrial... show more
    Best answer: It is hard to read an ECG as you said. Start with
    1. The normal ECG, P, QRS, and T waves, the PR interval, QRS complex voltage reading.
    2. An ECG showing myocardial infarction with characteristic changes such as T wave inversion and ST segment depression.
    3. An ECG showing atrial fibrillation. An ECG showing atrial flutter. An ECG showing ventricular escape rhythm.
    4. Study ECG showing ventricular bigeminy, ectopics, and see AV node delay from the graph. Study right axis deviation and axis deviation due to hypertension. You may look into syndromes but I believe it is too hard for a student to get right away.
    5. Study method of applying defibrillator for atrial fibrillation.
    With these basics, you will go on to be very helpful in the coronary care unit. (I took training for a few months in the CCU)
    4 answers · 15 hours ago
  • Is taking ibuprofen once a week bad for you?

    I know that taking ibuprofen too often can do things like thin out your blood and stuff, but I was wondering if taking it once a week or so would do anything like thin out your blood or do any damage to your liver. Answers?
    I know that taking ibuprofen too often can do things like thin out your blood and stuff, but I was wondering if taking it once a week or so would do anything like thin out your blood or do any damage to your liver. Answers?
    8 answers · 4 days ago
  • I FAILED my drug test but it's WRONG! What should I do? Help please?

    I'm 25 and a chronic pain patient and take Vicodin, MS Contin (morphine), and Valium. My pain management doctor randomly tests me to make sure I'm not taking illegal medications and to make sure I'm taking my prescribed medications. Anyway, I had my doctor's appointment a few days ago and was... show more
    I'm 25 and a chronic pain patient and take Vicodin, MS Contin (morphine), and Valium. My pain management doctor randomly tests me to make sure I'm not taking illegal medications and to make sure I'm taking my prescribed medications. Anyway, I had my doctor's appointment a few days ago and was tested (saliva drug test). My doctor called me up the next day and said I had NO morphine and NO Valium in my system. That's impossible because the day before my appointment I went to the ER for severe pain and the hospital gave me a dosage of my own medications while I was there. I have documented proof of it. I haven't been able to get in contact with my doctor since it's the weekend. He didn't act like I was in trouble, but I don't want him to mistrust me. Should I call tomorrow and ask to be retested? And show him proof I had my medications in my system, and it was the fault of the test? Thank you
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • I took an OxyContin extended release OP15mg but I cut it in half?

    Best answer: Don't freak out. Youll be fine
    Best answer: Don't freak out. Youll be fine
    7 answers · 4 days ago
  • Can a Doctor get deregistered if he gets an erection while performing a Paps Smear?

    Best answer: Maybe if you report him but you need proof that it really happened. Anyway it is extremely unprofessional.
    Best answer: Maybe if you report him but you need proof that it really happened. Anyway it is extremely unprofessional.
    10 answers · 1 week ago
  • Do some headache tablets cause internal bleeding?

    Best answer: Long term use of ibuprofen, aspirin, naproxen or any other NSAID (non-steroidal anti inflammatory drug) can cause a stomach or duodenal ulcer which can lead to internal bleeding. To prevent it happening always take them with food, or a glass of milk, and use sparingly. If you get any symptoms of heartburn or... show more
    Best answer: Long term use of ibuprofen, aspirin, naproxen or any other NSAID (non-steroidal anti inflammatory drug) can cause a stomach or duodenal ulcer which can lead to internal bleeding. To prevent it happening always take them with food, or a glass of milk, and use sparingly. If you get any symptoms of heartburn or indigestion stop taking them and see your doctor. If he feels that you would benefit from continuing to take them he may prescribe a medication to protect your stomach such as Omeprazole. As long as you follow the directions on the box you should be fine. Herron make both paracetamol tablets (Herron Gold) and ibuprofen tablets (Herron Blue).

    Long term regular use of any pain relief isn't recommended as even paracetamol puts a strain on your liver. Also bear in mind that "Painkillers are a good way to relieve headaches, but if you take them more than two or three times a week, they could become the cause of your headaches." Causing tension headaches and migraines. Once you stop the painkillers the headaches will get worse for a while before they stop. https://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/headaches/Pa... Instead, try treating your headaches with a cool cloth on your forehead, increased hydration, sunglasses, a neck massage, a hot shower, eliminating foods that your body reacts to such as citrus fruit or nightshades....
    13 answers · 7 days ago
  • Doc gave me 300mg Iron Supplement?

    I'm not sure exactly what im trying to ask here. I got bloodwork done and found out my iron was low. my doctor wants me to take 300mg of an iron supplement but that seems a little high to me given that females only need 18 mg a day of iron in their diet. Does this mean my iron was extremely low (as far as I... show more
    I'm not sure exactly what im trying to ask here. I got bloodwork done and found out my iron was low. my doctor wants me to take 300mg of an iron supplement but that seems a little high to me given that females only need 18 mg a day of iron in their diet. Does this mean my iron was extremely low (as far as I remember she didnt specify how low it was)? Should I be paranoid about taking such a high dosage? It's not something you want to take too much of... sorry, I'm the overly paranoid, panicky type - especially about health. Just need some insight.
    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • What does my doctor mean?

    2 weeks ago i got refused to get a refferal for an mri scan on my left knee by my doctor..so today i seen a complete new doctor..he told me "hed send a request that i have an mri" what does this indicate..does it mean ill definstly have an mri or theres a chance i may not?
    2 weeks ago i got refused to get a refferal for an mri scan on my left knee by my doctor..so today i seen a complete new doctor..he told me "hed send a request that i have an mri" what does this indicate..does it mean ill definstly have an mri or theres a chance i may not?
    7 answers · 5 days ago
  • Can I take Melatonin and benadryl together?

    Best answer: If you're going to take melatonin and Benadryl together make sure that you take it exactly one hour before the time that you usually go to sleep melatonin is a clock regulator it starts working one hour after you take it Benadryl on the other hand Works 20 minutes after you take it so take them exactly together... show more
    Best answer: If you're going to take melatonin and Benadryl together make sure that you take it exactly one hour before the time that you usually go to sleep melatonin is a clock regulator it starts working one hour after you take it Benadryl on the other hand Works 20 minutes after you take it so take them exactly together and no it won't hurt you to do that because melatonin is not a drug it's a hormone
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • 8000mg of paracetamol?!?

    I had 10 co codamol tablets and 6 paracetamol tablets. I’m a teen. What should I do?
    I had 10 co codamol tablets and 6 paracetamol tablets. I’m a teen. What should I do?
    4 answers · 3 days ago
  • I was told before a doctor moved away that she thinks I have "spinal trigeminal nucleus caudalis." I can't find this condition online?!?

    Best answer: Something like that, you have to use, ".edu, human anatomy, spinal trigeminal nucleaus caudalis", so lets see what that brings.
    https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C1OKW...

    So yeah, I got good results for it, even one from ncbi.com, which is the government of USA official medical website.
    Best answer: Something like that, you have to use, ".edu, human anatomy, spinal trigeminal nucleaus caudalis", so lets see what that brings.
    https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1C1OKW...

    So yeah, I got good results for it, even one from ncbi.com, which is the government of USA official medical website.
    6 answers · 5 days ago
  • Does everyone have traces of OCD?

    5 answers · 4 days ago