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Are There Any Succesful Treatment For Aults With Odd From Childhood
Many late effects:
Childhood cancer treatments have many effects that will not be recognized until later in life. These range from infertility to heart disease to secondary leukemias. The effects depend on which medications were used in the treatment for cancer initially.
Many cancer have clinics set up to review a person's individual treatment for cancer and recommend a plan for following the potential effects. ...Read more
Asthma in children: Getting rid of asthma is a tough task, if your child has asthma consult an allergist and determine if he/she has any and eliminate the triggers. You need to have asthma well controlled in children to prevent airway damage from inflammation. Typically your doctor will prescribe inhalers. A good portion of children outgrow their asthma. ...Read more
26 y m with excess flatulence (with bad odor) from childhood esp increase with legumes (etc), otherwise normal, what's the best treatment?
Ulna bone is 8mm shorter then radius due to growth plate damage from childhood. I have stopped growing so what treatment should I be getting?
Depends on symptoms:
If all you have is some mild deformity without functional problems or pain, leave it alone.
There are surgical procedures to correct length and/or dysfunction.
Need to see a hand specialist for exam and advice. ...Read more
My sis is 17.When she cry she faces difficulties in breathing & also when she catch cold. She has tonsil since her childhood. What's the treatment?
Breathing difficulty: She could probably benefit from a tonsillectomy. ...Read more
I am 19 yrs old I am not naturally black but in my childhood my complexion turned black I want my natural white skin back. Any natural treatment plz?
WANTS WHITE SKIN:
THERE ARE NO NATURAL TREATMENTS TO MAKE DARK SKIN WHITE.
SORRY. . . ...Read more
Hi doc my penis nerves are weak and they are visible I use to masturbating with force of water in my childhood What is the treatment?
Have had cracked peeling lips since childhood. Tried all chap sticks and nothing works. Thin layer of skin tears right off. Cause and treatment?
I don't hve. Hep. B from childhood. I got frm blood transfusion during my cancer treatment. I n in immune tolerant phase. Can I go to the active phase?
Acid Reflux in Kids: I assume you mean diagnosed acid reflux disease? Read this==>http://www. Webmd. Com/heartburn-gerd/reflux-infants-children. This is unusual in children and can be caused by a variety of causes that are not in play in adults, so that the treatments may be different. In addition, there is some controversy about decreasing acid production for the long term. See your pediatrician. ...Read more
Turning on vision: The brain utilizes the input of both eyes to aid in depth perception/distance etc. As a child grows, their eyes may have different strength, or weakness in an eye muscle may allow one to line up wrong. The fuzzy or double vision confuses the brain. Over time the brain may turn off the input of one eye & keep the best. If it has gone on too long rx may not help but an attempt is worth trying. ...Read more
Hunger.: Food aversion is mainly the result of the mismatch between the child's true caloric needs (quite small, between 12 months of age and puberty) and parents' perceptions of when and how much the child should eat. Let them get hungry, don't try to force feed, and remember that when they are only hungry "for" a specific food, they are really not hungry. And avoid juices and sweetened drinks. ...Read more
Poor question: To receive an answer you need to provide basic information about the issue & specify a question. Questions on the site are not linked. So each question must make sense by itself. Your question provides no information about the condition or issue. ...Read more
Been trying for a baby for 7 months and nothing has happened I had loop treatment a couple of years ago could that affect it. I have one child before?
Rare: After loop treatment to treat abnormal cervical cells a rare side effect is narrowing of the cervical opening which can lead to infertility or difficulty conceiving. A more common risk is delivering too early. If you are having trouble conceiving go see your Gynecologist for evaluation. ...Read more
Behavioral therapy: Behavioral therapy is the best treatment for oppositional defiant disorder. In a 5 year old male this would mean family therapy. ...Read more
Successful treatment of a child with t/myeloid acute bilineal leukemia associated with tlx3/bcl11b fusion and 9q deletion?
Yes.: This is uncommon, but certainly treatable. The treatments are not straightforward, but intense treatment is typically required. There is a report recently of successful treatment with bone marrow transplant. ...Read more
Blisters: If these are not related to friction - it might be best to have this medically evaluated to determine the cause. An accurate diagnosis will help to dictate the best treatment options. ...Read more
superfast healing: Fortunately children heal very quickly due to their excellent health and circulation. Any torn skin should be immediately replaced back over the open area and held in place using either adhesive strips or stitches. Leaving wounds open to the air is bad bad bad and slows down healing. Keep this area covered and protected and it will heal rapidly. ...Read more
Observe vs repair: Most cases of hydronephrosis in children do not require treatment. In general, it is caused by either partial obstruction of the ureter or bladder, by reflux up the ureter from the bladder, or by large urine production. In many cases, it is none of the above. It is important to have an evaluation to understand its cause and to determine the best means of observing it for deterioration. ...Read more
Yes w/ mixed results: The key factor in pandas treatment is to realize it is a post-infectious autoimmune d/o that attacks the brain. It is the immune response to strep (or other infectious agents) that activate the immune system and leads to symptoms. Pcn may prevent infection and immune activation; however, that may not be enough. In recurrence, look for carriers in the home or classroom. Http://pandasnetwork. Org. ...Read more
Depends: Both age and behaviors may dictate what testing in necessary. Not all kids with developmental and social problems are autistic and not all autistic spectrum disorders need hours and hours of testing to clinch the diagnosis. Assuming you're talking about a child, start with a pediatrician with expertise in behavioral disorders and follow her/his advice. ...Read more
Unfortunately no: Chronic proststatitis can continue for many years in spite of treatment, especially chronic non-bacterial prostatitis. Also if infectious prostatic stones are present. Such stones need to be removed, usually by agressive transurethral resection, otherwise infection can not be irradicated. Interstitial cystitis can sometimes be confused with chronic prostatitis. ...Read more
Yes: Thankfully treatment of neuroblastoma has improved dramatically over the last decade. That is not to say that all children are curable; the outcome is greatly dependent on the risk stratification that your oncologist perform to tailor treatment. As expected children in the high risk group do not do as well as those in the low risk group. ...Read more
Be Proactive: As the parent of a child with a complicated disease like nephrotic syndrome find the best pediatric nephrologist you can. They are usually found at children's hospitals to confirm the diagnosis and initiate treatment, usually steroids. There are many types of nephrotic syndrome so a good initial evaluation is important. See http://www. Nephcure. Org/nephrotic-syndrome-facts. ...Read more
Several: There are multiple protocols for a child with all. They frequently change as well, because we are learning more and more about how to take care of these children all the time. The best source of information for the current protocols is your oncologist. When I was a child, all was a death sentence. Now, because of all that's been learned, it's not any longer. Good luck to you. ...Read more
Not much: If no other sx-ice frequently and patience. They will go away. ...Read more
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