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Dr. Karen Buhler

Dr. Karen Buhler

MD, CCFP
Family Doctor
Vancouver, BC
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How can I increase my chances of getting pregnant?

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If you're thinking about getting pregnant, you want to keep track of your periods. Most women ovulate 14 days before their period starts so you have to actually count backwards. If your periods are regular you can start to predict when your ovulation time will be, which is generally the middle of the month.  Write down the first day of each period and keep track, then you can start to figure out when you'll ovulate.

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How to Increase Your Chances of Getting Pregnant

Dr. Egidius Stockenstrom

Dr. Egidius Stockenstrom

MD
Family Doctor
Vancouver, BC
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How is sinusitis treated?

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The treatment for sinusitis will vary based on what kind of sinusitis you are dealing with. If your sinusitis is caused by a virus, your doctor can tell you how best to get relief for the symptoms of your sinusitis. This may include sinus rinsing or flushing and over-the-counter decongestants. Antibiotics will be prescribed if your sinusitis is caused by a bacteria.

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The Treatment and Diagnosis of Sinusitis

Dr. Jan Peter Dank

Dr. Jan Peter Dank

MD
Dermatologist
Bellingham, WA
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How is granuloma annulare diagnosed?

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If your doctor thinks you might have granuloma annulare, a skin biopsy would likely be done to confirm whether you have this skin condition. There are many skin infections which can have varying appearances and symptoms, so a biopsy will help your doctor treat you appropriately.

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What is Granuloma Annulare?