In order to make sure you get the all the necessary medications and supplements that you need to stay well, it’s important to get medical help.
This includes your doctor.
“Your doctor should be the first person to call if you have any questions about your prescription,” says Dr. Andrew Zuckerman, a cardiologist at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill School of Medicine.
“If you’re in the emergency room, you can go to the ER and ask your doctor what your symptoms are and where to get help.
You can go in the office if you’re having trouble breathing, if you need an oxygen tank, and you can call the doctor if you don’t feel well.”
To make sure your doctor is aware of the medications you need, Zuck, who’s also the executive director of the American Heart Association, suggests you check your prescriptions and the instructions on the package inserts.
For example, if your doctor says to take an anti-inflammatory called carbamazepine, you should take that instead.
Also, make sure the package insert says to avoid alcohol for 12 to 24 hours.
He recommends that you call your doctor if: you don’snt feel well and have trouble breathing; you feel dizzy, faint, or lightheaded; you have trouble swallowing or feeling full; you are experiencing any side effects that require medical attention; or you have an allergic reaction. “
Even if you take the anti-inflammatories, if they are not working, you’re still going to need to take them.”
He recommends that you call your doctor if: you don’snt feel well and have trouble breathing; you feel dizzy, faint, or lightheaded; you have trouble swallowing or feeling full; you are experiencing any side effects that require medical attention; or you have an allergic reaction.
If your doctor asks you if you can use an oxygen tube or a ventilator, be sure to tell him or her the dosages you’re taking and the ventilators, Zucchino says.
The American Heart Foundation has a website that contains a list of emergency room providers that offer free emergency room visits for patients who need it.
“Call your doctor for any questions that come up and ask about your allergies or other symptoms, and make sure to ask for a copy of your prescriptions,” says Zuczco.
“In the emergency rooms, you need your doctor’s permission before you can be admitted to the hospital, but if you ask, you’ll likely be given the okay to be admitted.”
You can also get the advice of your doctor in case you are hospitalized or to treat a medical condition.
“The most important thing is to have the right answers to your questions,” says Kiely.
“A doctor can help you by helping you to figure out what medications you’re on, and what they’re effective for.”
So whether you’re worried about being sick or feeling sick, check with your doctor and see if there’s a hospital near you that can offer a hospitalization.
“You might have to go to a hospital in a different state than where you live,” says Yost.
“There are a lot of reasons why hospitals may be less comfortable than you might think.
If you are a woman or someone who is transgender, a woman is more likely to have a health issue and a woman may need surgery.”
Kieley adds that some women may also require surgery, or may need to have an additional procedure, such as a hysterectomy or hystral breast reduction.
“Women can go into emergency rooms because they have an infection, and some of those people will need to go into surgery,” she says.
“But women with uterine or endometriosis are more likely than women without uterine conditions to need surgery, which can lead to problems later in life.”
Kriely recommends that if you feel like you’re struggling with a health condition, you seek the help of a health professional who can help answer questions about what medications are best for you.