Stroke prevention clinic vancouver

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Avatar n tn i was having sex right stroke after stroke and when i was about to ejeculate i felt that the condom has bust and i withdrew but when i withdrew i ejeculate but out side the vagina and im not sure if i had contact with the skin but when i withdrew to see the broke condom immidietly ejculated
1168718 tn?1464983535 Well, we are off to Vancouver UBC tomorrow, and hoping that we will get some much needed answers. As far as the DMD"S go, we are thinking of asking for the Copaxone. I'm wondering if depression gets worse with on a DMD, someone told me that it can ..... I will keep you posted, wish me luck ...
Avatar f tn Does anyone have any information about Gastric Balloon in Vancouver Canada???
Avatar f tn it is strange though that your BP is so transient without any meds being taken. You definitely need to find a clinic or primary physician of some sort, like the others have stated.
Avatar f tn I hear from cdc, that they dont have info on the oraquicks accuracy as a test. Aids vancouver also doesnt encourage it as well as my local aids hotline. Should i take a rapid test at a clinic? What are your opinion?
Avatar n tn There is currently no data whatsoever, showing benefit of plavix in stroke prevention in atrial fibrillation. The two current standards of care are aspirin and coumadin...with the later being undoubtably more effective in patients that can tolerae it. Alot of people have peripheral neuropathy and do perfectly well without falls. I usually prefer coumadin unless there is a definite risk. Any regimen that would attempt to use plavix, should at least include aspirin sine it is proven.
1168718 tn?1464983535 Heh guys, I just wanted to say, that I am Happy and Sad about my appt. in Vancouver. I got what we wanted, we do have RRMS , and YES they have put me on Copaxone, and I start it when the nurse will come and help up learn what to do. So, we are happy, but sad that now we have to do the needle thing, and a little apprehensive that it might not work. So, we will wait and see. The Dr. told me it could take 6-9 months to see if it will work, so we are praying it will be ok....
Avatar n tn My family has recently moved to the Vancouver, WA area and my husband is in desperate need to a pain specialitst either here or in Portland, OR. He is seeing a orthopedist that has told him that he needs to be seen at a pain clinic (sadly, the doctor doesn't recommend anyone). We are paying out of pocket for all of his visits and I just need someone to recommend a doctor that will treat his severe pain without having to flip through the yellow pages and take a guess.
Avatar m tn Of course there is a difference in preparation and lowering your risks to help prevent stroke or heart attack. Prevention is always the best approach, as much as possible that is.
Avatar f tn I had this discussion with a fellow Chiarian and after some calling around, she managed to find a clinic that did one in Vancouver (BC). Though you may have more success back East with this, it may come down to having to go privately and paying for it.
1168718 tn?1464983535 We will be up at 5 am to catch the 7am ferry, ( and hoping no wind storms or it will be cancelled), then 1 1/2 later we arrive in Vancouver for another 1 hour drive to the UBC MS clinic. Then at 10 my day actually begins. It will be 4 different appointments to see if I am NORMAL or not.... LOL ( I tend to think NOT , ) but what the h**l do I know...... Anyways, we are hoping for some DMD instructions, and to see if there is someething else we can do.
Avatar f tn Hi Lori, I live in Portland, OR and I know there is an Infectious Disease doctor in Vancouver who treats those with cirrhosis but I'm sorry I can't remember her name. Also, there is always OHSU or the Oregon Clinic in Portland. I am presently on treatment through the Oregon Clinic. Going north to Seattle is really not that far. I hope that helps some. Take care.
1168718 tn?1464983535 today and they sent off the requistion to the MS clinic.... WRONG PLACE !!! it was supposed to go somewhere else, they don't do steroids applications at the clinic. So, the nurse there, saw my stuff, and consulted with a neurologist from Vancouver, and he said, that they waited to long, and he felt that the steroids with make we worse. So we upped the dose of Baclofen and was told to rest and wait it out.... Does this sound right to you guys ?
Avatar m tn Chlamydia and Gororrhea (urine sample) and Syphilis (blood test) at the Provincial STI Clinic in Vancouver BC. Canada. (I mention this as you would likely have familiarity with the testing methods there with your close proximity in Washington State) I just got the results: all tests are negative - which is what I wanted to hear. As a backup plan, my family MD has provided me with one gram of Azithromycin and 400 mg of Cefixime - which i am reluctant to take unnecessarily.
741910 tn?1245365082 This time specialist from London Ontario Canada Ivey eye Clinic is looking after this bout of red eye.He has prescribed Prednisone for over 4 weeks before next appointment.Second opinion from anyone that has sufferred from something so mystifying.
Avatar f tn Ya Vancouver its by Oregon?
Avatar f tn Hi, To make a long story short, in June they found a prolonged (530 ms) QTc during a stress test, and like 470-480 on normal ECG. Because I was going to Vancouver in 4 days (for 6 months), they decided to examine this in January. In Vancouver I became dizzy during exercise, I emailed my cardiologist and he advised me Beta blockers (metoprolol 50 mg). They worked good for the first two months but then I felt dizzy again and got palpitations during exercise.
1831849 tn?1383228392 Another study will be starting soon at UBC in Vancouver, Canada. They're going to take 100 MSer's, test them all for CCSVI, and give 50% of them the angioplast and 50% a fake procedure. Then in 1 year they'll really do the procedure on the faked 50%, and do a phoney one on the others. The participants will not know whether or not they had been treated for CCSVI the first time around. Maybe someone with more computer savy can post a link from the UBC MS clinic site.