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Adebowale Adeleye

Internist

Adebowale Adeleye, MD, is an internist with his own private practice in Decatur, Alabama. He received his medical degree from the University of Ibadan in 1992, where he also interned. Furthermore, Dr. Adeleye completed his residency training at Cook County Health and Hospitals System and became certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine. Dr. Adeleye is also the Principal Consultant at The Mane Choice Hair Solutions in Madison, Alabama, where he helps with the formulation of vitamins, conditioners, shampoos and other products to grow, strengthen and make hair healthier. He remains an active member of the American College of Physicians and the American Medical Association.
Adebowale Adeleye
  • Huntsville, Alabama
  • MD at University College Hospital
  • Not accepting new patients

What tests are available to me to confirm possible hearing loss?

There are many tests that can be done to evaluate your hearing. If you have access to a computer and are able to go online, there are preliminary online tests to evaluate your READ MORE
There are many tests that can be done to evaluate your hearing. If you have access to a computer and are able to go online, there are preliminary online tests to evaluate your hearing. These give you an idea as to whether you have any significant hearing loss or not. For a better evaluation though, you'd probably have to go to an audiologist or audiometrist who will have all the equipment at their office.

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Are my lypmh nodes infected or could it be cancer?

You say you’re 16 years old and these little bumps do not hurt. There are a few things that can cause these symptoms. What you’re relating suggests an inguinal lymphadenopathy, READ MORE
You say you’re 16 years old and these little bumps do not hurt. There are a few things that can cause these symptoms. What you’re relating suggests an inguinal lymphadenopathy, which is when you get enlarged lymph nodes in your groin. Some questions will be:

1. Are you having sex or have had sex?
2. Are you losing weight or not able to gain weight?
3. Are you having episodes of being hot at night or sweats?
4. Have you had any blood work done recently?
5. Have you been having any diarrhea or nausea and vomiting?
6. Do you walk around outside without shoes?

There are quite a few other questions, but you have to go see a doctor ASAP as any large lymph node as you described is abnormal. Some diagnoses to think about include Herpes Simplex (like a cold sore), Syphilis, or a lymphoma. Please visit a doctor, any doctor, AS SOON AS POSSIBLE!!!

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