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What doctor should you see for lesions on your penis?
A neurologist is the best choice, but in case of old-age dementia you could look for a gerontologist too.
Answer . \nIt's adviseable to seek medical advice when you think you are going through a miscarriage for an ultrasound to detect any problems and to check for infections.. … Answer . \nIf your miscarriage is quite early, less than six weeks, and you feel all right there is probably no need to see a doctor Any problems though (for example: ongoing pain, bleeding, fever) you do need to get checked.
It may not be a sprain even if you think it is. I thought I sprained my right middle finger but it was swollen and hurt for 2 months so I went to the orthopedic doctor and it …turned out that I tore a ligament. I'm still recovering so I would suggest that you get it checked, just in case.
No, 97.3 is within normal body temperature range. It is said that 98.6 is body temperature though, like all systems, to forever maintain a constant temperature while subjected… to external variants, it is impossible to instantaneously respond to the changes. Therefore your body temperature will fluctuate, if you exert, your body temperature will rise ergo you sweat to cool down, if you are exposed to low temperature you shiver in order to warm up. A variation of even 2 degrees F is not something to fret about unless it is persistent or perhaps you notice other symptoms such as swollen glands, lymph nodes, unclean cut... as those in association with a fever can indicate an infection. Hope this helps anyone in need of an answer.
At least once a year or sooner if symptomatic or concerns
MOST DEFINITELY! You could seriously harm yourself & possibly become sterile if you don't. If there are any "remains" left, you will have to have a "D&C", which is a p…rocedure that is done to clean the uterus thus lessening the chance of serious infection. yes or it can be very dangerous
103 is the temperature you should see a doctor at.
An Endocrinologist. More info regarding endocrinology and endocrinologist can be find under the releated links.
I think its a natural thing and really, kind of unavoidable as your son has his own anyway. I'm a single dad and my son is 11, and where pretty relaxed. We both change with ou…r bedroom doors open, shower without closing the door, urinate without closing the door and even sometimes, in the summer, we just sit around without clothes on at all! It might be weird to some people but where both guys, we've seen each other and other penises (from our friends and all that) and we've even been erect around each other (by accident of course). Really, its no big deal...hope its helped :)
Lesions on the penis could mean that you have contracted some kind of STD (sexually transmitted disease). One of the main STDs that causes lesions or open sores on the penis i…s syphilis. It starts out with sores that clear up, but that doesn't mean it's cured. The disease is quietly getting worse and worse, and you can spread it to other people. Eventually, it will eat away at your central nervous system -- serious stuff. See a doctor or a free clinic -- now! They can diagnose the problem and treat it. Aside from syphilis there are other STDs that can cause lesions. This link might help you a little: http://www.ashastd.org/stdfaqs/index.html The URL will take you to a page called "Facts and answers about STDs" from the American Social Health Association's website. good luck If you had some very rough sex and your partner dried up, the friction could cause damage to the skin. During sex you would not necessarilly feel it but will the next day. If you wake up the next morning and see scabbing it more than likely will only be rough sex. Get yourself checked for syphillis as this can be deadly (but is treatable.) Syphillis will appear as red spots during the primary stage and then disappear. The secondary stage will have them reappear as bumps that could be outside of the groin region (or region of entry). the tertiary stage (third) will have syphillis eating away at your CNS (Central Nervous System). Serious stuff! You could have herpes (white blisters called cankers) which is not curable. Herpes are a retro-virus just like HIV. There are no known cures for any viruses. Genital warts look just like warts. These can be frozen off by a doctor. Do not use a home kit. Always use protection and know your partner. Is putting your life at risk worth a night of passion? A mistake you make today could affect your love life when you are in your thirties. Try dating when you find out you have herpes!
Please educate yourself on the symptoms, once you come across these you should not delay to visit the doc. Some of the Symptoms: Pain Discomfort Smell…y Stools Burning and Itching Loosened Hemroid Tissues Bleeding Appearance and Feel of Hemroids
The first doctor you would see is a primary care or emergency room doctor to confirm the findings of blood in the stool. Once confirmation is made, the doctor will refer y…ou to a proctologist.
To begin with, as soon as you find out that you're pregnant you should make your first appointment to see the doctor. After you've been examined by the doctor, the doctor will… tell you when to make your next appointment. This is the way your appointments will go. As you progress through your pregnancy, your appointments will come closer together. Toward the end of your pregnancy, you will likely be seeing the doctor every week. Good luck.
As soon as you can. Gall bladder infections, or gall stones are not a laughing matter - both can make you feel quite ill. Gall stones can be effectively controlled via a low f…at diet (but this does require dedication - i.e no butter, chocolate or cheese ever again). Gall bladder removal (which may not be necessary) is done via keyhole surgery these days - it's very safe and leaves a tiny scar.