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I am a male of 62 years age, for the past 7 days I have terrible cough, mostly dry cough, I eat bp medicines like melcer 40 once daily and mace xl 50 twice daily and ecosporin av 75 one daily. These medicines i started for the past ten days. Earlier i was taking aten 50, ecosporin 75 and atorva 5 one daily. Any thing wrong with medicine?

The drugs you have listed are brand name drugs that are not commonly used in the United States. I believe Aten is atenolol, a beta-blocking blood pressure medication. Ecosprin is enteric coated aspirin. Atorva is atorvastatin, a cholesterol lowering medication. Mace XL is metoprolol, a beta-blocking blood pressure medication. The only one I couldn’t find . . . → Read More: I am a male of 62 years age, for the past 7 days I have terrible cough, mostly dry cough, I eat bp medicines like melcer 40 once daily and mace xl 50 twice daily and ecosporin av 75 one daily. These medicines i started for the past ten days. Earlier i was taking aten 50, ecosporin 75 and atorva 5 one daily. Any thing wrong with medicine?

One week post cataract surgery. Dilated iris still bothersome. Will this heal by itself with time? Any medication that might be successful? Vision is superb. 84 yr. old male.

There are a number of factors that could be contributing to your dilated pupils. With certain surgeries, eye drops are prescribed post-operatively to keep the pupil dilated so that the intraocular lens implant will properly take to the eye. In these cases, the eye will remain dilated until you stop taking the drops.

In rare . . . → Read More: One week post cataract surgery. Dilated iris still bothersome. Will this heal by itself with time? Any medication that might be successful? Vision is superb. 84 yr. old male.

I have a lump about a inch away from my ear on my jaw bone. When i touch it it rolls not that painful. What is it?

It sounds like you are describing a lymph node. Mobile non-tender lymph nodes, like the one you are describing, are usually reactive to a past infection. They typically resolve in the matter of weeks.

You should keep an eye on the lump and if it doesn’t decrease in size and resolve within 4 weeks, you . . . → Read More: I have a lump about a inch away from my ear on my jaw bone. When i touch it it rolls not that painful. What is it?

i have had many cystoscopy/ureteroscopys and im wondering if this could prevent me from getting pregnant? I am 30 and have been trying for over a year now.

Cystoscopy is the direct visualization of the urinary bladder with a scope inserted via the urethra. Ureteroscopy is the direct visualization of the uterus with a scope via the cervix. Unless the scoping caused some organ damage or biopsies/scrapings were taken of the uterus, the processes themselves should not affect the rate of pregnancy.

For . . . → Read More: i have had many cystoscopy/ureteroscopys and im wondering if this could prevent me from getting pregnant? I am 30 and have been trying for over a year now.

Hi, during the past year, I’ve loss so much hair due to shedding (long strands). I thought perhaps it was due to menopausal symptons and some stress, but once I began paying more attention, I’ve noticed the following: * mostly in the crown area of my head I have quite a bit of scalp tenderness; * Sometimes it itches (seemingly from beneath my scalp) * I have my hair colored every 6-8 weeks (for several years now) with a professional colorist. * Hair thinned in that area couple w/extreme breakage * This past weekend, my colorist payed much more attention to the crown area and notice very tiny, red spots in that specified area. She took photos of healthy scalp and that crown area to show the difference.

Female alopecia (hair loss) is often quiet distinct from male hair loss. The common culprits can be genetic, stress induced (dieting, surgery, child birth, etc.), medical conditions (thyroid disorders, anemia, chronic conditions, etc.), as well as direct damage (hair coloring, hair products, hair styling etc.).

From what you are describing, your hair loss appears to . . . → Read More: Hi, during the past year, I’ve loss so much hair due to shedding (long strands). I thought perhaps it was due to menopausal symptons and some stress, but once I began paying more attention, I’ve noticed the following: * mostly in the crown area of my head I have quite a bit of scalp tenderness; * Sometimes it itches (seemingly from beneath my scalp) * I have my hair colored every 6-8 weeks (for several years now) with a professional colorist. * Hair thinned in that area couple w/extreme breakage * This past weekend, my colorist payed much more attention to the crown area and notice very tiny, red spots in that specified area. She took photos of healthy scalp and that crown area to show the difference.