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Doctors and Nurses For Health

Hi, my name is Richard. This is my blog which is designed to help others to understand how doctors and nurses can help them maintain and improve their health. I feel that this blog is important because too many people do not visit the doctor when they should. I used to be one of those people until last year. For many weeks, I had been feeling very unwell. Eventually, my wife insisted I visit my GP. My GP was a big help, he sent me for test and they found I had prostate cancer. I had further treatment and the nurses were great. I am now fully recovered.

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What Options Are Available After a Diagnosis of Thyroid Cancer
30 April 2018

A diagnosis of cancer can be a life-changing exper

Important Medical Screenings No Woman Should Overlook
5 January 2018

Medical screenings for developing conditions are v

Prostate Health: Understanding the Critical Signs of Gland Enlargement
14 December 2017

Prostate enlargement, also known as benign prostat

6 Reasons You Should See a Doctor Before You Need To
6 November 2017

Some people just never seem to get ill. If you're

Understanding How Crohn's Disease Is Diagnosed
23 August 2017

If you've been experiencing symptoms, such as gast

What Options Are Available After a Diagnosis of Thyroid Cancer

A diagnosis of cancer can be a life-changing experience. You may not know where to turn, who to talk to or what to do, but modern-day medicine has come a long way and may well help you to beat the illness. If you've been told that you may have thyroid cancer, in particular, you may not know much about this part of your body or what may have gone wrong and it's important to come to terms with the details, while learning about your options. Read More 

Important Medical Screenings No Woman Should Overlook

Medical screenings for developing conditions are very important for every woman, as finding out about certain conditions early on may increase your chances of successful treatment, and of being able to avoid risky surgery or long-term health consequences. However, many women overlook important testing for health-related concerns, perhaps because they're afraid of getting negative results, or because they don't understand the importance of these screenings and tests. Note a few of those important screenings here, and discuss your overall health problems with your doctor as needed. Read More 

Prostate Health: Understanding the Critical Signs of Gland Enlargement

Prostate enlargement, also known as benign prostatic hyperplasia, is a condition which occurs in men as they grow older. This process of aging cannot be deterred or reversed. Therefore, numerous older men are plagued by this health problem. Under normal circumstances, the prostate serves an important reproductive function in the body. In simple terms, this gland is responsible for producing the seminal fluid which nourished the sperm cells. Unfortunately, as the prostate enlarges due to poor health and advances in age, its presence becomes problematic because the gland begins to press on the urethra. Read More 

6 Reasons You Should See a Doctor Before You Need To

Some people just never seem to get ill. If you're one of those lucky people who pretty much always feel in perfect health, chances are it's been some time since you visited a doctor. After all, why waste your GP's time when you feel absolutely fine? It's common for people to feel sensitive to this concept of time-wasting. Doctors are busy people, and nobody wants to use up an appointment that could help someone who's feeling seriously unwell. Read More 

Understanding How Crohn’s Disease Is Diagnosed

If you've been experiencing symptoms, such as gastric distress, weight loss, fatigue and anaemia, that  your gastroenterologist suspects are being caused by Crohn's disease, then they will arrange for you to undergo a few tests and diagnostic procedures to confirm whether you do have this illness. The specific tests your doctor will want you to undergo will depend on your presentation and medical history, but Crohn's disease is typically diagnosed using a combination of blood tests and imaging procedures. Read More