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Antiarrhythmic Post Eds Surgery
I just had jaw surgery last tuesday. The surgery was a success, but I am having very bad pain in my lips nose and two jaws. The eds ?
Acute pain: Post surgical acute pain is biologically useful. Acute pain is of short duration, but it gradually resolves as the injured tissues heal. It is appropriate to use whatever medication (including narcotic analgesics) for treatment and palliation. Re.: follow your surgeon's directions. ...Read more
Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome is a medical condition characterized by hypermobile joints, very elastic or stretchy skin that bruises easily, and other abnormalities. It is caused by defects in collagen, an important structural protein that is responsible for the strength of many different types of tissue including skin, ...Read more
Hard to tell: Neck pain and joint pain is just as common in eds as in many other non-eds causes. As far as joint surgeries go, I am not sure what kind of surgeries you had and for what reason. Definitely, eds patients have multiple joint problems (hypermobility, fractures, laxaty etc.) that makes them prone to trauma etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What impact does ehlers danlos type 3 have on lumbar fusion surgeries, and is ther a type of fusion that would be better for an eds patient?
EDS has surgery risk: Ehlers danlos syndrome (eds) is a connective tissue disorder that has many subtypes. In type 3 eds, joint overextensibility can cause serious orthopedic issues.In eds of any type, anesthetic & surgical complications, while rare, are more common than in someone without eds, including blood vessel rupture, hemorrhage, and airway and neck damage.Type of lumbar fusion doesn't seem to affect these issues. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have ehlers danlos syndrome throughout my feet, back, wrists etc. is there a cure for it besides surgery?
I have ehlers danlos syndrome. Also few surgeries for rupured disc! My left rib cage is sore and if I raise my left arm it spasms so painfully?
More info needed: The most usual form is the familial hyperextensibility type. Is there a family history? Have you genetics clinic for evaluation and advice? http://www.ehlersdanlosnetwork.org/typesofehlersdanlos.html A trial of glucosamine sulfate 2 grams per day for at least 30 days may help as much is an NSAID. your orthopedist may prescribe a short-term prednisone, NSAID, possibly muscle relaxant. ...Read more
Yes: Generally, these are wonderful gymnasts, ballerinas and people who easily dislocate their joints to perform some pretty amazing feats, such as escaping from a strait jacket. However, the price is very high for those who use their flexibilty. They have to retire early from the severe form of premature osteoarthritis that they develop. ...Read more
Tends to be "mild": Most cases and types of eds have fragile skin and joint dislocation as the worst consequenses. However the vascular type can be devestating with spontaneously rupturing blood vessels in multiple organs causing bleeding or bowel rupture. Eds can be confirmed by genetic testing and typed by skin biopsy. ...Read more
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