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.
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You should see a doctor and get X-rays. READ MORE
It depends on the type of headache, but finding the cause is key. I suggest stretches and core muscle strengthening. Too often, people have poor posture and strain their muscles and ligaments in unnatural alignment. READ MORE
The swelling going down is a good sign. Keep it clean apply ice and you can use calamine and Benadryl for itching. READ MORE
Most people describe blurred vision, nausea, urinating a lot, headache, and trouble focusing or thinking. The most common symptom is feeling tired. READ MORE
It could have been that your bp was too low or an arrythmia. You should contact your physician. READ MORE
They will try to rule out emergent sources of pain and treat you appropriately, but if your vital signs are normal and you can walk, you may be placed after more emergent cases. READ MORE
Probably not but it might keep it from getting worse. READ MORE
It is usually iron deficiency in young women, so increasing iron in the diet and supplements. READ MORE
Most ear infections don't cause tinnitus. Tinnitus develops most commonly from hearing loss. You should get a hearing test if it doesn't clear up in a couple weeks. READ MORE
You may be able to, but you need to know also if it is fractured. I advise you seek medical attention. READ MORE
There are a lot of possibilities. The first is benign positional vertigo, which is an inner ear problem, it could be dehydration, electrolyte abnormality, a stroke, heart rhythm problem, or I've also seen people with spinal stenosis have "dizziness." So, there is a lot it could be, and you would need to be evaluated to find out. You may need your blood pressure meds adjusted. Check your bp. Our bp can change as our weight changes and we get older. READ MORE
It sounds like hives which can be caused by an allergy to something or viruses. Antihistamines like Benadryl can be helpful. READ MORE
Use a laxative, drink plenty of water, and if in 48 hours you are not feeling better, go see your doctor. If you have blood in the stool or a fever, seek medical attention. READ MORE
There are laser thermometers that will do that, but are not going to be accurate. READ MORE
Hi, You should not stop taking diabetes medication as it can affect your sugar right away. If you can't get medication, avoiding sugar and simple carbohydrates and exercising 150 minutes a week is something you should think about doing. I suggest calling your previous doctor or going to an Urgent Care if you can't get in to a new doctor soon. I hope you get the help you need soon. READ MORE
It doesn't make you more likely to catch it, but the illness could be worse and lead to more kidney problems. It's best to keep her away from others. READ MORE
You may be experiencing something minor, but you may also be having seizures. I think you should see your health care provider to discuss this further. READ MORE
Usually it means there is some kind of inflammation. It could be from having varicose veins, thrombophlebitis or from overusing your feet (standing, walking, etc.). READ MORE
There are always risks associated with any surgery, but kidney stone surgeries are generally considered low risk. READ MORE
An ear infection is serious when it does not go away, if there is drainage or blood coming from the ear, if the pain is severe. You should seek medical attention in any of these circumstances. READ MORE
There could be something wrong with your circulation. There are other causes like neuropathy. The best thing to do is see your doctor to make sure it's nothing serious. READ MORE
Yes, falls are a common risk with Parkinson's disease. It is primarily the increased tension in the muscles and the problem with balance that increases this risk. Using a walker and taking levodopa/carbidopa can decrease risks of falling. READ MORE
You can try an illumination diet where you for example cut out all dairy to see if that resolves the issue if not try cutting out other types of food one at a time. If this continues seek medical attention. READ MORE
You could have seasonal allergies and/or asthma, but because of chest pain and fever, you should see your doctor to make sure you do not have a serious infection. READ MORE
Everyone is a little different but he may get relief from a low residue diet. READ MORE
You should always check interactions and consult your doctor but St John's Wart is a natural antidepressant. I also recommend mindfulness techniques. READ MORE
This may be normal but it may not be as well you should have an exam and some simple tests could be done like EKG to check your heart rhythm. READ MORE
Initially, it is, but if it continues, seek medical attention as your child may get a secondary bacterial infection. READ MORE
It does expose the child to radiation, which can be harmful if he or she gets many more radiation exposures over years. If it is necessary for diagnosis and treatment, then it would be worth the risk. READ MORE
Zofran, and ask your doctor for an antibiotic just in case. READ MORE
Not if she is up to date on her routine vaccines. READ MORE
If they are older than a year old you can try small spoon of honey. READ MORE
Always ask your doctor or pharmacist first but consider vitamin D, C and echinacea. READ MORE
Always cough into the crook of your arm, everyone should wash with soap and water. Wiping down all surfaces with antiseptic wipes. No kisses and hugs until Dad is better. READ MORE
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