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How often can a person take the treatment for Carbamazepine Oral tablet?
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This treatment often leads to misery linking or action verb?
Why is giving the silent treatment always considered to be an abusive tool and never mentioned as defense tool?
The silent treatment is used often by a mate because they do not want to get into an argument as it only fuels the fire. However continuously being silent does not resolve the problem either and the person who remains silent has options of either leaving that person; getting psychiatric help to deal with the situation. 'The silent treatment' can be misused because some abusive mates will use this to intimidate their other half. As with many other things in life the 'silent treatment' from another person in a bad relationship is often misunderstood.
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Does cefixime cure gonorrhea?
Cefixime is no longer recommended for the treatment of gonorrhea, as it is not effective often enough. Cefixime is no longer recommended for the treatment of gonorrhea, as it is not effective often enough. Suprax (cefixime) is no long considered a reliable treatment for gonorrhea due to antibiotic resistance. Cefixime is no longer recommended for the treatment of gonorrhea, as it is not effective often enough. Cefixime is no longer recommended for the treatment of gonorrhea, as it is not effective often enough.
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Visit an Alcoholism Treatment Center?
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Will vaginitis go away without treatment?
The most common causes of vaginitis, candida (monilia, yeast infection) and bacterial vaginosis are due to imbalances in the vaginal environment. Often, they will resolve on their own without treatment, but most women prefer to take treatment to get rid of symptoms more quickly. Atrophic vaginitis, due to decreased estrogen, will often improve without treatment, but treatment can improve comfort and health in the interim. Vaginitis due to chemical irritants or allergens will also often resolve without treatment. Trichomoniasis, a cause of vaginitis spread by sex, needs treatment to go away.
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