Common Illnesses We Treat
- Upper respiratory and sinus tract infections
- Urinary tract infections
- Erectile dysfunction
- And other common illnesses
Care For Common Illnesses FAQ
When should you go to the doctor for a cold or flu?
While home remedies, over-the-counter cold and flu medications, rest, and hydration may help you get over a cold or flu, you should consider going to the doctor if you:
- Have a fever that doesn’t get better
- Are having difficulty breathing
- Are experiencing chest pain
- Can’t keep food or liquids down
- Swallowing is painful
- Have a cough you can’t get rid of
- Have a headache and congestion that are persistent
When is a fever considered dangerous?
For adults, a fever is a body temperature that’s over 100.4 degrees. A dangerously high fever is over 104 – 107 degrees. If your fever is that high, you need to seek medical help.
What are the symptoms of a urinary tract infection (UTI)?
- Pain or a burning feeling when urinating
- Urinating frequently
- Feeling like you have “to go” even with an empty bladder
- Blood in the urine
- Cramping or pressure in the lower abdomen or groin area
How can you tell if you have a sprain?
The four typical symptoms of a sprain include pain, swelling, bruising, limited ability to move the affected joint. Hearing a "pop" sound in your joint at the time of injury may also indicate a sprain.