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19925620 tn?1486703093 com/medical-devices-global-directory/primary-care/pediatrics/pediatric-hearing-aids/phonak-sky-v-ric What do you think about these? They are good? do you know? :) Thanks for your time and answers.
1028452 tn?1537448484 A turtle family went on a picnic.. The turtles, being naturally slow about things, took seven years to prepare for their .Finally the turtle family left home looking for a suitable place. During the second year of their journey they found it. For about six months theycleaned up the area, unpacked the picnic basket, and completed the ks. Then they discovered the had forgotten the salt. A picnic without salt would be a disaster, they all agreed.
Avatar m tn s a bit too soon to know if that prediction is truly accurate -- after all, we are only ~35 years into the known HIV/AIDS epidemic, and only 15 years into truly effective anti-HIV treatment. Therefore, the current predictions will have to be proved by the actual experiences of people diagnosed in the past several years, treated aggressively, and followed for the next 30-50 years.
Avatar n tn Check with your local dental society in regards to any services that may be available to your son in regards to his missing teeth. They may be able to refer you to further resources that are either public or private. The usual process I would imagine is to maintain the teeth that he has to continue to have a cosmetic smile and something functional.
4455258 tn?1354834496 Your child has pathologic progressive high myopia. At age five her vision should be easily quantifiable by how far down the chart she can read with glasses on. It is not possible to tell her vision from the glasses RX just as its not possible to tell a person's weight or height from knowing their shoe size. She needs to be under the care of a pediatric "team" as she likely will need to see a pediatric ophthalmologist and periodically a pediatric retina specialist.
373367 tn?1246402035 I know most of you have more problems with your eyes than ears, but does anybody know much about low frequency hearing loss. My neurologist has told me from day 1 not to tell him that my ears ring, because "everybody's ears ring." I have been having painful ringing and just pain in my ears in the last month. I went to a hearing aid place and got my ears tested and they found moderate low frequency hearing loss.
Avatar f tn t have to spend a lot for it to be special. What about a romantic picnic in the woods? Or, you could make him all of his favorite foods, including desert and then pick a movie that's a favorite of both of yours and have some quality time. As long as it comes from your heart, it will be special!!
Avatar n tn we are asking for recommendations for pediatric nuerosurgeons we live in louisiana but will travel where ever is necessary ....
Avatar n tn s Disease the methimazole will not cure her disease, it needs a permanent treatment ultimately, she has been on treatment for several years, there are significant side effects rare but important with the methimazole, these meds can cause problems with our white cell count and blood count, there is a true method to treating this problem and data to support things, you should talk with your doc and decide about surgery or radioablation, at age 16 the ablation is often suggested, she is pubertal an
Avatar n tn Now my 4 year old granddaughter has been diagnosed with pediatric rheumatiod arthritis. I just read that it could be something handed down from her grandfather who had Agent Orange. Is this true and do you know the best place to get help for my granddaughter?
Avatar n tn Uasparrow, I had an email newsletter arrive today that contained several informative articles about pediatric MS. It said that about 4% of all MS patients are children - you can access the newsletter through webMD. Drop me a message if you can't figure out the link.
Avatar n tn Thank you so much. Scheduled her to see Pediatric Endocrinologist and have several lab tests ordered. Do they know what causes PCOS in young girls?
237053 tn?1258828426 s diagnosis, I took my kid to her pediatrician and a pediatric hematologist [blood doctor], and neither of them could find anything wrong at all. These are highly trained and sophisticated MDs working at very respected medical institutions, and they just aren't trained to look for Lyme in a way that would actually FIND the Lyme+. Sad but true. Ignorance abounds not only in treatment, but also in diagnosis.
Avatar f tn s for our daughters Port Wine Stain vascular birthmark and it has been a great benifit to her. We will do the same for our son. Any suggestions? Duke is the closest Pediatric that I find a Dr. Grant? Heard of him?
Avatar f tn After preliminary blood work and an xray her pediatrician says she has high levels of prolactin and an advanced bone age. What should I expect to hear from the pediatric endocrinologist at her appointment in March.
Avatar n tn Just to let you know there is a Pediatric Cardiology Forum for parent support here on MedHelp as well; feel free to our group over there as well.
Avatar m tn Is it possible for you to take your son to a University Hospital, to a pediatric cardioogy clinic there? They tend to see more rare heart problems in children and for that reason are more capable of dealing with those problems. If your son has HCM, your son has a problem and you need the truth so that you can deal with the issues at hand.
429700 tn?1308007823 Well, the audiologist confirmed that I have a sensori-neural hearing loss in both ears--the right one worse than the left. He says he doesn't know if the MS caused this or not, but he doesn't think it's a central processing problem (like I thought may be). He says that some people with less hearing problems than myself want hearing aids and other people with greater problems don't want them.