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Hello. Welcome to Ask The Doctor. I understand your concern. Azithromycin (Zpack) is known to cause prolonged QT interval but it is seen only in people suffering from heart disease. Your heart rate might be slow as a result of Sinus bradycardia which occur normally in people with an athletic build and who are professional athletes. So if you are asymptomatic then there is nothing to worry. But in...

In previous months I was on 90mg progesterone cream, 4x

Hello, Thanks for the query. It is indeed possible that the change in the progesterone route and dosage has delayed your cycles. Since your pregnancy tests have been negative, we need not think in terms of a pregnancy. However, you may have to see a gynecologist for a beta hCG blood test which is very accurate in ruling out pregnancy. The doctor may then add on another hormone or change the do...



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Knee pain when sitting cross-legged

I am a 27 year old male. About 6 weeks ago I began having pain in my right knee. I can't remember any specific injury that would cause it nor was I particularly active when it started. When sitting still or just walking there is just a mild ache or feeling of discomfort, but nothing bad. When I go to run fast there is significant pain after the foot is taken off the ground for the next step. This p...

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CT Scan result- calcified lymph nodes

I recently had a CT Scan and they found one calcified lymph node (1.4mm) and another small one in my mesentric abdomen. I have a follow CT Scan in 3 months. My doctor said that there could be many reasons why they are visible but worst case senario it could be lymphnoma. I am very scared it is cancer. Is it common that there are visible lymph nodes in CT Scans? What are some reasons for enlarged lymph n...

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