Internal Medicine

Internal Medicine tracks and coordinates patient care of all ages for both chronic and acute cases


Internal Medicine tracks and coordinates patient care of all ages for both chronic and acute cases. These physicians specialize in general medicine with some additional training in diseases and conditions of internal organs. If you are not clear on which doctor to go to, an internist is a good go-to resource. These doctors can monitor health and medications, order diagnostic tests, and refer you to specialists as needed. They follow you and help you as you navigate the health system.

 
 

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dr. Doris Flores

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dr. Doris Flores

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Medical Facts

FAQ

1What can cause Stomach (abdominal) pain?
Abdominal pain can be caused by problems such as constipation, flatulence, diarrhea, or even by inflammation and infection of the appendix, intestine, or gall bladder. The pain can have different intensities, and appear in a limited area of ​​the abdomen or involve the entire abdomen. Accompanying symptoms can be nausea, vomiting, temperature, etc. Treatment consists in finding and treating its cause. In addition to medications, the restoration of water and diet balances is also important.
2What is Osteoarthritis?
The most common form of arthritis is osteoarthritis, which is a degenerative joint disease in which the protective cartilage of the bone wears away. At first, it results in discomfort from inflammation, and as the disease progresses, pain begins to appear whenever there is movement of the joint. The joints that are most often affected are those that bear the greatest weight, such as the spine, knees, and cox-femoral joints. The diagnosis is established by evaluating the symptoms, examination by a specialist accompanied by imaging examinations.
3What are some early signs of diabetes?
  • Constant feeling of hunger
  • Weight loss, despite increased food consumption
  • Increased thirst and dry mouth
  • The need to urinate more often (even at night)
  • Feeling tired
4What are urinary infections?
Urinary infections are relatively common and can affect different parts of the urinary system. Urinary tract infections mainly refer to the urethra and bladder. These infections appear more in women and are characterized by severe pain. Symptoms of urinary tract infection are:
  • Burning during urination
  • Urgent need to urinate
  • Presence of blood in the urine
  • Lower back pain
  • Temperature

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