Methodist Health Hour

Dr. David MobleyWhere does it hurt?  Join Dr. David Mobley and get straight forward answers to your health questions.  From finding a good physician to offering some down to earth health advice, Dr. David Mobley takes the call!

David Mobley, M.D., is a board certified urologist and a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and the Inter-American College of Physicians and Surgeons.

The Methodist Health Hour is sponsored by The Methodist Hospital System and is broadcast live from Methodist West Houston Hospital.

Click the audio player below to hear the latest Houston Methodist Health Hour programs.

Leave a Reply

2 Comments - Listed Newest to Oldest

  1. Eva Loredo says:

    For the past 3 months I have had a pain (which comes and goes) on the left side of my neck a little under my left ear. Sometimes I have the pain in the gland (I guess it’s the gland) and sometimes the pain is accompanied by a pain in my left ear. I have never had earaches or pain in my ear or neck or gland in the past. I am 59 year old. I do not notice any swelling in my neck. I told my dr. about it last week and she said just to watch it and wait to see if it swells. I am worried about waiting for a month or so, just in case this is cancer-related. I have never had cancer, but I knew of someone who had Hodgkins disease. His neck did have a golf-ball sized lump before he went to the dr. My health problems are High BP and High Cholesterol. Also, I am overweight by about 80 pounds. Any advice or guesses you can give me regarding the pain in my neck/gland would be appreciated.

  2. Carole Trahan says:

    I had a colonoscopy a few months ago and was told that I have “stage 3 hemarrhoids” they just started to bother me a little so I made an appointment for next week with a specialist, but thinking that they might recommend surgery or some kind of procedure where I’ve heard they “tie them”. Can you suggest anything that might help me, so I can avoid the might be inevitable, if that makes sense.