A member asked:

What are treatment options available for muscular dystrophy (dmd)?

3 doctors weighed in across 2 answers
Dr. Beth Howell answered

Specializes in Psychiatry

There is no cure.: While there is no cure, a number of medications have been tried to lessen the symptoms, including: albuteral--a drug used for people with asthma, amino acids, carnitine, coenzyme q10, creatine, fish oil, green tea extracts, vitamin e, steroids. A neurologist who specializes in muscle disorders would be most helpful to you.

Answered 11/9/2014


Dr. Sander White answered

Specializes in Cosmetic Dentistry

This is not a dental: A dentist is not the person who can address these issues. Typically the dental needs are treated conventionally within the tolerance of the patient.

Answered 12/3/2012



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