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Member Query

Dear docotor. I smoked weed and hash for five days on average 2-3joints in a day. Now i left smoking weed. I have a month time for a company medical which have. I want to curiously ask for how does the thc stays in our system. How can i flush it. My height is 177cm and my weight is 78.5 kg. My body tgle is average. Please help sir.


Dr.   Arti Ajay Sharma
Hi there.The amount of Marijuana that remains in our system varies person to person.It can depend on whether you are an occasional or frequent user.Occasional user will test positive for 3-5 days in urine.While frequent users can expect to test positive for 7-10 days following their last use.There is no guarantee for the window period in a chronic user.One of the most common ways of flushing THC out of your system is to drink excessive amounts of water.Exercise can help speed up metabolism.Try doing all this.Best luck.

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Member Query

What is the danger of an increased alcohol tolerance ?


Dr.   Avinash Mishra
The danger of increased alcohol tolerance is that it can lead people into thinking that as long as they do not feel drunk their health is not at risk. Any kind of alcohol tolerance, whether it is high, or low is associated with danger. Drinkers with an increased alcohol tolerance cannot trust their body signals any more and cannot judge when they have too much to drink, therefore they may end up drinking really large amounts with serious health consequences which include alcoholic coma and death. For serious cases medical intervention is needed and an alcohol detoxification program is advised.

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Member Query

How can we make a diagnosis of alcoholism ?


Dr.   Avinash Mishra
A manifestation of alcoholism is seen in withdrawal symptoms like headache, tremors, sweating, anxiety, nausea, or an increased heart beat and fluctuations in BP. These come with a strong urge to consume more alcohol. The alcoholic may not recognize their problems with their alcohol consumption habits. This complicates diagnosis during crisis, if an alcoholic does not stop or curtail his drinks as they develop greater tolerances to alcohol. A psychological evaluation is crucial, with a medical diagnosis for assessing the pattern and extent of the alcohol dependence of the patient. Physical examinations and tests for detecting the problem must also be carried out. For serious cases you are requested to refer to our Omni.Care Doctor.

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Member Query

What are the factors which accompany alcoholism ?


Dr.   Rashika Srivastava
The major effects of alcoholism are lapses in memory, abrupt changes in daily lifestyle, neglecting personal aesthetics in behaviour and appearance, and a reduced ability to work and maintain academic standards accompanied with depression and anxiety, impaired cognitive functions, and a deteriorating relationship within the family and friends in social circles.

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Member Query

What psychological risk factors accompany alcoholism?


Dr.   Rashika Srivastava
Depression, anxiety, drug abuse, peer pressure, social isolation, domestic/childhood abuse, monetary problems, and family history are some of the factors. Individuals suffering from possible Alcoholism should seek treatment.

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Member Query

Should you see a doctor if there is a bleeding hemorrhoids?


Dr.   Omni.Care Doctor
Bleeding usually occurs because the haemorrhoid opens during the strain of defecation, or by rubbing during evacuation of faeces. Rectal bleeding is not always the result of hemorrhoids and can be caused by many other diseases, so you should always consult your doctor for diagnosis and control.

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Member Query

What is the difference between angina and myocardial infarction?


Dr.   Omni.Care Doctor
Angina should not be confused with myocardial infarction. Both cause chest pain, the difference is based on the occupancy of the coronary vessel responsible for carrying oxygen to the heart causing reduced blood flow. In angina lack of oxygen is temporary; it causes characteristic pain, but there is no death of heart cells. In myocardial infarction there is cell death making the injury irreversible.

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