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Dr. Brent Alan Reinheimer, MD

Internist

<p>Dr. Brent Reinheimer, a Nocturnist, &nbsp;practiced in Exeter, NH. Dr. Reinheimer specializes in the acute medical &nbsp;treatment, stabilization and diagnosis of adults. Internists can act as a primary physician or a consultant to a primary physician. They manage both common and rare diseases. Dr. Reinheimer provides comprehensive care and manages treatment with surgeons and all specialists, as well. Internists establish long-term relationships with their patients and incorporate disease prevention and mental health care into their practice.</p>
Dr. Brent Alan Reinheimer, MD
  • Exeter, NH
  • Doctorate at St. George's University
  • Accepting new patients

What do my lab results mean?

See a hematologist. Your red blood cells are light in color and abnormally shaped (definitions). Could mean several things. Importantly, you want to ensure that you are followed READ MORE
See a hematologist. Your red blood cells are light in color and abnormally shaped (definitions). Could mean several things. Importantly, you want to ensure that you are followed closely. Age, sex, and underlying medical issues help to stratify your possible condition.
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Brent Reinheimer, MD

COVID and hiccups?

A home remedy would be fennel seeds. I would discuss with the treating provider what resulted in your feeling the way that you’re feeling. Therefore therefore if there is any issues READ MORE
A home remedy would be fennel seeds. I would discuss with the treating provider what resulted in your feeling the way that you’re feeling. Therefore therefore if there is any issues associated with your Covid treatment it can be taken care of early enough and not as a result of. Thank you for your question and I appreciate your request and I wish you nothing about wellness health and happiness. God bless

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Brent Reinheimer, MD

How long does it take to recover from ovarian cyst surgery?

Everyone is different. People tend to have multiple different medical issues that take the recovery. To last longer. The normal recovery period is about 12 weeks with no intercourse! READ MORE
Everyone is different. People tend to have multiple different medical issues that take the recovery. To last longer. The normal recovery period is about 12 weeks with no intercourse! Or any other forms of… Penetration?! Therefore, please consult with your treating provider and ensure that you’re doing everything that you need to do preoperatively, postoperatively in order to have your quickest recovery and make it fully. Thank you for asking me for my advice, and I wish you nothing but wellness, happiness, and health

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Brent Reinheimer, MD

What might be wrong with me?

It’s a strong possibility that the alcohol is resulting in probably internal hemorrhoids. But at the age of 50, multiple screening tests and evaluation‘s that need to be and should READ MORE
It’s a strong possibility that the alcohol is resulting in probably internal hemorrhoids. But at the age of 50, multiple screening tests and evaluation‘s that need to be and should be done in order to ensure there is no cancer and prevent or initiate early treatment before any problems can and or will occur. Please see your primary care physician to you or your gastroenterologist for a colonoscopy. You’ll also need a PSAEKG chest x-ray if you’ve ever smoked any cigarettes abdominal MRI and MRA in order to look for AAA, quite a few things. I wish you well I hope it’s benign and thank you for asking me for my medical advice.


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Brent Reinheimer, MD

Does this product really work to help people lose weight?

I will work with anybody who wants to be well, take care of themselves, and outlive everything. Yes

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Mixing sulfamethoxazole with alcohol?

That’s a very poor decision to use alcohol during the time of being on anabiotic’s. It decreases its efficacy therefore not making it as effective as it should and would be without READ MORE
That’s a very poor decision to use alcohol during the time of being on anabiotic’s. It decreases its efficacy therefore not making it as effective as it should and would be without alcohol. Please have your friend abstain for the time of antibiotics. If alcohol becomes a problem because of not using it now there’s another issue that needs to be dealt with. What I mean by that is: no alcohol agitation,Poor sleep, just overall not nice, that’s early with Ross. And that needs to be taken care of then as well. I wish you well and thank you for asking me for your question and I hope I was able to be of support


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Hypoglycemic & hyperglycemic?

Yes, depending on how much diabetic meds, calorie counting and the type of insulin. Speak with your endocrinologist or your primary care physician about it. And make sure you have READ MORE
Yes, depending on how much diabetic meds, calorie counting and the type of insulin. Speak with your endocrinologist or your primary care physician about it. And make sure you have a journal of when you’re taking your medicines, your calorie, calorie counting, and when you’re hyper and hypo glycemic in relation to those. It will all go to your doctor for review. Thank you and I wish you well.

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Brent Reinheimer, MD

What is the normal range of blood in urine?

Zero

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Brent Reinheimer, MD

Liver and iron levels?

NASH: Non-alcoholic staccato hepatitis. Which means love of unknown. We need to see a gastroenterologist and or a Gastro intestinal surgery in and get a liver biopsy. To confirm READ MORE
NASH: Non-alcoholic staccato hepatitis. Which means love of unknown. We need to see a gastroenterologist and or a Gastro intestinal surgery in and get a liver biopsy. To confirm or refute what I just stated. Good luck, God bless, and I wish you all the while. Thank you for asking for my advice.

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Brent Reinheimer, MD

Bowel habits?

As bad as it may sound, read the back of an aspirin bottle and he would probably never taken aspirin again. So that symptoms so vague it could be anything from dehydration, nerves, READ MORE
As bad as it may sound, read the back of an aspirin bottle and he would probably never taken aspirin again. So that symptoms so vague it could be anything from dehydration, nerves, all the way up to the worst he described. And everything in between. I will discuss this with my primary care physician. And then go to a gastroenterologist for the referral as indicated. Thank you thank you

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Brent Reinheimer, MD

How do I know if I swallowed liquid into my lung?

You probably inhaled a bit. Is it something I would worry about right now know if it does recur, I would let my primary care physician know so he can have you or she can have you READ MORE
You probably inhaled a bit. Is it something I would worry about right now know if it does recur, I would let my primary care physician know so he can have you or she can have you go to a gastroenterologist and a pulmonologist. Until then, I would say no I think you’re in the clear

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Brent Reinheimer, MD

Enlarged mesenteric lymph nodes in paraumblical region and RIF?

What does your oncologist say? What are the results of your pathology? I can only guess unless there’s far more information needed. Have it looked at it….asap! God bless you READ MORE
What does your oncologist say? What are the results of your pathology? I can only guess unless there’s far more information needed. Have it looked at it….asap! God bless you and yours.

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Brent Reinheimer, MD

Just started peeing the bed every night?

There are many different ways for that to be addressed. First off I would start by making sure that you do not have anything to drink after 8 o’clock at night. Secondly if you READ MORE
There are many different ways for that to be addressed. First off I would start by making sure that you do not have anything to drink after 8 o’clock at night. Secondly if you have been or are sexually active you might wanna make sure that you do not have a sexually transmitted disease. Next, there are devices called bell pads. Therefore if something happens like when you go to the bathroom the bell rings and wakes you up and stops you. Or draws attention to it. If this continues you might want to see a urologist.

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Brent Reinheimer, MD

What can you not eat with a heart stent?

Upon your discharge instructions it would tell you if you can eat or not. One of the dish charge criteria is to be able to urinate and to defecate upon their own before they go READ MORE
Upon your discharge instructions it would tell you if you can eat or not. One of the dish charge criteria is to be able to urinate and to defecate upon their own before they go home. I think I might have answered your questions, or a question, with the aforementioned. If it was unclear please respond back. Your cardiothoracic surgeon, interventional cardiologist, primary care physician, would all be able to give you appropriate advice during this period.
Thank you and be well and safe.

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Brent Reinheimer, MD

Vitamin D3?

Yes. After you are taking vitamin D three for several months, you should have it rechecked, along with calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and a basic chemistry panel. Bare minimum. READ MORE
Yes. After you are taking vitamin D three for several months, you should have it rechecked, along with calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and a basic chemistry panel. Bare minimum. Thank you for your question and I hope I was able to be of service.

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Brent Reinheimer, MD

Bowel problem?

Yes you have a G.I. problem that needs to be evaluated by your physician. Liquid diarrhea or liquid bowel movements without having any solid bowel movements is not of the norm. READ MORE
Yes you have a G.I. problem that needs to be evaluated by your physician. Liquid diarrhea or liquid bowel movements without having any solid bowel movements is not of the norm. Also you’re going to need to give your physician or provider further detail history regard to places you’ve traveled foods that you’re eating any changes in your diet and such. Best of luck and be well

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Brent Reinheimer, MD

Can stents block up again?

Yes, they can is the quick answer. In reality, with the correct medications, close monitoring for “silent” problems with the stent areas, echocardiogram, ekgs, and discussion with READ MORE
Yes, they can is the quick answer. In reality, with the correct medications, close monitoring for “silent” problems with the stent areas, echocardiogram, ekgs, and discussion with your cardiologist regarding any and all things you are doing, etc.
Be well. Stay well and always ask questions to your providers. Thank you.

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Brent Reinheimer, MD

What should I eat during acid reflux attack?

Antacids, preventing it with Proton pump inhibitors, H2 blockers. Seeing a gastroenterologist for upper endoscopy should be considered. Barrett’s esophagus is a preventable and READ MORE
Antacids, preventing it with Proton pump inhibitors, H2 blockers. Seeing a gastroenterologist for upper endoscopy should be considered. Barrett’s esophagus is a preventable and treatable cancer.
Best wishes and thank you for requesting my assistance.

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Brent Reinheimer, MD

Kidney stone stent?

10 days after your stent still is a bit soon for strenuous activities. Sexual intercourse candy and at times, considered a strenuous activity. Normally, if you’re having some sort READ MORE
10 days after your stent still is a bit soon for strenuous activities. Sexual intercourse candy and at times, considered a strenuous activity. Normally, if you’re having some sort of Genito urinary procedure, there is about a six-week waiting period before the games can begin again, so to speak. You can ask your primary care physician, You might be able to contact the on-call physician because it’s the weekend and ask the question, or consider abstaining and not going backwards so you can go forwards.
Thank you for your question and I hope that I was able to be of service.

Why does my son punch doors when he's angry?

I would discuss this with your primary care provider and/or his pediatrician and most importantly his psychiatrist (if he doesn’t have one, he needs one). Depending on his age, READ MORE
I would discuss this with your primary care provider and/or his pediatrician and most importantly his psychiatrist (if he doesn’t have one, he needs one). Depending on his age, he could be in the beginning of a schizophreniform or a schizophrenic type of disease. And it’s treatable early without problems. That is my recommendation and suggestion. I wish you well and safety of the upmost importance. Sometimes a little bad needs to happen for something good to occur. And bad is not intended for you to be hurt, if he gets put away for his behavior activities and actions, he would be screened appropriately, he will be tested appropriately, and then be put into the appropriate type of program. Pending drugs, psychiatric, alcohol, or both, I meant all three.
Thank you for requesting my opinion suggestion and recommendation, I wish you and your son nothing but health and happiness.

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Brent Reinheimer, MD