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Best Protocol For Mild Persistent Asthma
See a doctor: Asthma can be managed effectively. You will most likely need various inhalers and possibly more. A lung function test is critical for accurate assessment of your condition. See a doctor right away. Allergists and Pulmonologists specialize in this condition. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Asthma treatment: Well, your question is rather complex to explain fully here. There are many layers of medications for treatment of asthma depending on the severity of the diseases and / or if it is related to allergy. Severe asthma merits a specialist in lung and / or allergist visit and might require multiple medications and treatment modalities. ...Read more
Please suggest suitable remedy for migraine headaches, frequency is twice a week. Severe to highly severe pain...
Headache (HA) remedy: For frequent HA's, it is HIGHLY recommended to be physically evaluated by a HA specialist. Prior to this, implement an "elimination diet" (google it) and then follow: a) maximize sleep hygiene - getting amount of sleep that's right for you, b) if you smoke: STOP, or exposed to 2nd hand smoke: STOP exposure, and c) keep log of OTC analgesics effects on HA's (aspirin, tylenol, (acetaminophen) motrin, etc.). ...Read more
How would you treat a patient with possible chronic respiratory disease who present with 1 day hx congestion,clear sputum, afebrile, no SOB, or rales?
Agree with Dr Gupta: ...with comments: need to determine any cause of chronic respiratory disease (asthma? copd?). Asthma can certainly be exacerbated by environmental allergies, which can also trigger allergic rhinitis (nasal itching/congestion, sneezing, drainage). Both cause cough. As an initial test, blood tests for allergies poorly predict allergy sensitivity compared to skin testing and symptom history. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
6 months baby with chronic persistent cough daily for four months！ oral antiallergic agent is not effective, X-ray showed bronchitis(or pneumonia?).Af
Nothing best, but...: Without good history and adequate physical exam on the scrotum and its contents plus us and other tests such as ua ... As needed, it's hard to know what you may have. But based on the described for one at 31, i would empirically use Doxycycline 100 mg by mouth twice daily for 7 days plus cetriaxone 125 mg im once for most simple broad coverage. Best wishes... ...Read more
Is there any proper treatment for viral encephalitis with polycythemia ? Pt is 17 years old and over 6 month in icu waiting for good treatment
Missing information: You get more from the site when you provide better background information. Just listing "Viral" doesn't give much to work with. If it has lasted 6 mo and the patient is in the ICU I suspect it is Herpes encephalitis that has not responded to treatment and the prognosis is poor. Once the infection has lasted that long the damage is often permanent. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the best longterm treatment for drug induced GERD and epigastric pain if someone take meds for chronic conditions,&name of drug please?
What is the best treatment for hemorrhagic cystitis in a patient with allergies to most known antibiotics?Would you recommend bladder irrigation?
What is the best treatment for chronic recurrent multifocal osteomylitis; nsaid, s don't work? Is methotrexate an appropriate treatment for a 12 yr old
Chronic unrelenting cough, may need a breathing treatment. I take beta blockers for pots; am prone to rapid hr. Is the treatment safe for me?
Why would a doctor prescribe a nebulizer with abuterol sulfate for home use instead of mdi for acute asthma flare?
What is the best treatment for hemorrhagic cystitis in a patient with allergies to most known antibiotics?
Would you recommend bladder irrigation?
Yes: first you need to see a urologist that most likely will recommend a cystoscopy and a biopsy to rule out interstitial cystitis, and take sample for culture, and performed an irrigation. even if it is true that you allergic to most antibiotics there is always antibiotic that is seensitive to the growing bacteria that you are not allergic to. ...Read more
Depends: Its tough to say with knowing your history. However, typically, asthma exacerbations are treated by increasing the frequency of rescue medications either by inhaler or nebulizer. Depending on dose, you inhaled steroid my be increased. Oral steroids are very common practice. If the exacerbation is really bad, you may need to be hospitalized and placed on heliox. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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