Dr. Lisa Marie Karres D.O.
Family Practitioner401 N Ewing St Lancaster OH, 43130
Dr. Lisa Karres is a family practitioner practicing in Lancaster, OH. Dr. Karres specializes in comprehensive health care for people of all ages. In addition to diagnosing and treating illnesses, family practitioners also put focus on preventative care with routine checkups, tests and personalized coaching on how to maintain a healthy lifestyle. Dr. Karres possesses immense general knowledge on maintaining health and today, family practitioners provide more care for the underserved and rural populations than any other medical specialty.
Dr. Lisa Marie Karres D.O.'s Expert Contributions
The only one I would say is having to take anti-platelet medication to keep it open the first year you have it. READ MORE
It is mainly through behavior modification techniques and helping them with symptoms. They may also have more than autism and can get that treated as well like ADHD or anything else. READ MORE
Usually cysts can cause pain. These are benign and usually follows your hormone levels. Taking anti-inflammatory like ibuprofen can help. You can get infection in the breast which hurts. You can get breast cancer which can hurt in later stages. There's a slew of other things like from skin muscles ribs etc. If it's not better after a week I'd suggest seeing your doctor. READ MORE
HI, it depends on the cause of the low sperm count but yes, it is normal to vary based on what is going on in your body, hormones and stress and vitamin levels. The quality also matters. As you age there is more genetic errors made in the sperm but staying healthy is the best way to increase sperm count and quality hope this helps. READ MORE
There are so many anxiety medications, it can be hard to find the right one for you but in general, the snri class are really good, that would be Cymbalta for example, then the ssri class like prozac. The benzodiazepines are good for a quick fix but can actually worsen anxiety just like alcohol if you take it regularly the withdrawal can be brutal. READ MORE
If you have tolerated it so far then it should be fine. READ MORE
Any primary care will be able to help you. READ MORE
It may be a migraine or something else without an exam and history I can't say for sure I suggest going to a practitioner especially if you might have an ear infection. READ MORE
As far as I know, taking fish oil and vitamin D do not interact with each other. I hope you feel better soon. READ MORE
You should see a doctor and get some tests you could have an infection or lymphoma. READ MORE
I have seen that and I don't recommend it. READ MORE
You can wait as long as you want to. However, you risk it getting worse even strangulation of the bowel. Not all hernias contain bowel so you really want to consult a surgeon before making a decision. READ MORE
Hi, sorry to hear about skin cancer. It should not continue to be positive unless it is an antibody test, I can't quite make out the photo you sent. After 12 days you should no longer be contagious. It is possible you got another variant or a coronavirus that cross-reacts with the test. Get better soon. READ MORE
Yes, you can get tested again. There are multiple tests. The rapid test will be negative once you have recovered. PCR should also be negative, but antibody test will be positive. READ MORE
The fever is a big clue that they have an infection. READ MORE
Hi, That is the maximum safe dose, but if you do it for long, it will likely hurt your liver. Try backing off a bit. Dr. K READ MORE
Looks like a skin infection you should probably get some antibiotics. READ MORE
Healing requires a healthy body, so give it what it needs, vitamins, protein, etc. Avoid smoking and junk food, avoid putting anything in your nose. If it continues to bother you, seek medical care. READ MORE
Hi, It could be vascular disease, psychological or diabetes. You should see your doctor if you are not sure. READ MORE
Hi, There is very little risk with the monoclonal antibodies against COVID; it is actually designed for people with complex health issues including heart problems. READ MORE
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Patient Experience with Dr. Karres
- Pregnancy Symptoms
Symptoms of pregnancy vary from one woman to another and also from one pregnancy to another. One of the most common and important symptom of pregnancy is a delayed or missed period. However, some of the early symptoms of pregnancy are similar to those of menstruation, and hence are often ignored or...
- Cryotherapy and Weight Loss
Cryotherapy is a technology that has been in use for decades, but its use for weight loss is just a happy accident. The idea was invented by Japan in 1978 to help reduce inflammation. This technology has become a commonplace in Europe and the US especially among athletes as it helps in the repair of...
- Causes, Treatment, and Prevention of Petechiae
Petechiae are tiny dots that appear as red, brown, or purple in color beneath the skin. They are usually seen in clusters on the stomach, buttocks, arms, and legs. However, they may also appear inside the mouth or on the eyelids. Petechiae may indicate different conditions, which can range from...
- Health Benefits of Biotin
What is biotin?Biotin is a water-soluble vitamin also known as vitamin B7. This vitamin is critical for an organism's growth and development. It also serves as a coenzyme of carboxylase enzymes and is involved in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fatty acids, and amino acids. Biotin is required to...
- What Are Night Sweats: Get the Facts
What are night sweats?Night sweats are also called as nocturnal hyperhidrosis, which means excessive sweating during the night. Night sweats are episodes of continuous sweating at night even when the environmental temperature is very cold. Some people may sweat so extensively that they might find...
- Gastroenteritis in Children: Signs of Dehydration
Gastroenteritis is an intestinal infection that is caused by poorly prepared foods, contaminated water, etc. It can cause diarrhea, nausea, headache, and vomiting.What causes it?Gastro is caused by viruses. They include:• Rotavirus• AdenovirusHow is the gastroenteritis virus passed?Children can...
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