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If acute leukemia relapse, white blood cell will drop? Or any other symptoms ?

If acute leukemia relapse, white blood cell will drop? Or any other symptoms ?

Acute leukemia: White count may drop or it could rise significantly, both or concerning. Other symptoms, easy bruising, infections, weakness, list goes on and on. ...Read more

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How frequently can relapse occur in acute lymphocytic leukemia (all)?

How frequently can relapse occur in acute lymphocytic leukemia (all)?

20-30: It depend to the type of ALL ,B cell ,T cell ,age of diagnosis ,bellow 2 years or above 9 years ,CNS involvement at diagnosis,but about 20-25% ...Read more

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Is there anything i can do about acute myeloid leukemia m2 relapse?

Is there anything i can do about acute myeloid leukemia m2 relapse?

See below...: The treatment of leukemia, like any other cancer, should be managed by an oncologist. Many times the relapse is still responsive to chemotherapy and a second remission may be achieved. Subsequent options should be discussed with the oncologist and may include a bone marrow or stem cell transplant. ...Read more

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Acute myeloid leukemia m2 relapse, what to do?

Acute myeloid leukemia m2 relapse, what to do?

See below...: Relapses of various types of leukemia including AML are still treatable. Consultation with an oncologist to discuss treatment options including chemotherapy and possibly bone marrow or stem cell transplantation is of paramount importance in managing the disease. ...Read more

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I have wegeners , complete with nasal and palate perforations. I had acute renal failure, am on treatment and having relapses. Odds for survival?

I have wegeners , complete with nasal and palate perforations. I had acute renal failure, am on treatment and having relapses. Odds for survival?

Fair to good: Acute kidney failure can be reversed in healthy individuals. Wagener's is present so recovery may never be complete. The only thing i know, other than your social drinking, about your medical history is your intake of cyclophosphamide. There are other medications like imuran, methotrexate, etc. Used in the treatment of wagener's that have promising positive results. Visit the mayo clinic. ...Read more

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What is the difference between chronic & acute pain?

What is the difference between chronic & acute pain?

Acute vs chronic: Acute pain typically will occur after some type of injury or illness and will usually go away after the injury is healed or the illness resolves. Chronic pain is pain that typically lasts for over 3 months. Examples include the chronic pain from arthritic conditions. Pain that does not go away should always be evaluated by a doctor as it could represent something that is serious. ...Read more

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Why do my senses suddenly seem so acute?

Why do my senses suddenly seem so acute?

Sensitization: I have been asked similar question--see under sensitization--essentially the neurotransmitters in brain change some voltage channels in brain cells to give a different response--so same stimulus get translated differently. ...Read more

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What's the cause for acute acid build up lasting more than 24hrs? What's the best solution for relief?

What's the cause for acute acid build up lasting more than 24hrs? What's the best solution for relief?

Few different things: Medications like ibuprofen=Advil, alleve can do it. Foods like spicy food, vinegar, citrus products, tomato based products, alcohol, cigarettes, chocolate, eating foods that are hot temperature. Stress will do it too. U can use TUMS or Zantac for immediate relief. If keeps coming back u should avoid the foods listed & medications and take a 14-21 day course of over the counter Prilosec, Nexium ...Read more

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What is acute onset addinopathy?

What is acute onset addinopathy?

Adenapathy?: Swelling of the lymph nodes, most commonly th lymph nodes of the neck. ...Read more