self-prescribe

Translations

self-prescribe

vt autorrecetarse, automedicarse
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Cohn advises for those who choose to self-prescribe as gluten-free, to "understand what is being reduced and how to balance that in an individualized way.
There may be several reasons that women self-prescribe CAM alongside conventional HRT treatment.
Those who self-prescribe neck supports to treat conditions that can otherwise be prevented could end up doing irreversible damage, warned Aster Medical Centre senior neurosurgery consultant Dr Dilip Panikar.
We go to the chemist and self-prescribe some over-the-counter drugs, and if that doesn't work we either a) go to see the GP or b) go to a complementary or alternative practitioner.
Every second Kazakhstani said that he or she lack time to visit a doctor and every fifth considered himself or herself qualified enough to self-prescribe medications, Tengrinews reports.
Unfortunately, in some countries antibiotics are freely available for individuals to self-prescribe.
I feel this is a far better way forward than allowing people to self-prescribe either online or in a health food shop.
Trying to self-prescribe a whole acne regime can make the problem worse: for instance, many traditional acne washes can be too aggressive for post-teen skin and worsen the problem,' warns Dr Bunting.
Physicians who self-prescribe and are addicts themselves need treatment.
Doctors often self-prescribe to avoid facing the stigma of being ill.
I have decided to self-prescribe a psychological version of allergy shots.
There are people who see their physician about an injury and are prescribed a particular kind of brace or support to treat it, and there are the weekend warriors who may skip the doctor's visit and "self-diagnose and self-prescribe," buying a lower-end support or brace at their local drug store.