robert237 Post time: 2014-3-10 12:29
oral medication. topical medication. medication that can be inhaled.
But the medical community is ...
Maybe you have some misunderstanding of doctors. First, like what you've said, the oral medication. Saying professionally, there is a effect called first pass elimination after we have a oral medication, then most of the medicine will lost their effects, that means we eat nothing useful to our diseases. Second, topical medication, there is only a few cases we can use topical medication, like the anapnotherapy, we only use this in some respiratory disease, like asthma. But if your disease is not in respiratory disease, can we still use anapnotherapy? And I'm sure about that not all doctors are the doctors who always want to squeeze from you. I hope what I've said could mean something to you.