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Bilateral Lower Extremety Venous
I've vericose veins & adv to have doppler venous bilateral lower limb. What for its adviced? With vv can I brisk walk for abt 1km daily to lose wt? Thx
Depends: You can walk and it would bs helpful if your varicoaw. Veina bother you. A dopple. Is the first Step in dwcidong treatment however if they are not bothersome then. Support stockings may be all you. Need for. Now No reason. For. Doppler. Unless you are. Considering treatment of ths veins ...Read more
What does it mean paresthesias and hypethesia in bilateral lower extremeties, left greater than right?
ANY abnormal sensations...Hyepthesia means HEIGHTENED sensation. Eg pain, sensitivity to heat/cold
Hope this helps!
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Have a certified: Oculoplastics Surgeon consulted before having this repair done. Also it's always wise to have second opinions, so that you will get the best cosmetic and functional repair needed that you want. There's no rush on having this done, but it is something that should be taken care of. ...Read more
It is: Facet joints are the joint structures that connect the vertebrae to one another. It's not uncommon through normal "wear and tear" - so called degenerative arthritis - that these joints break down a bit. It's a very common finding and doesn't mean that you will have any problems from this now or in the future. Though it could be causes some discomfort in you; everyone's body is different. ...Read more
Just had a bilateral venous doppler was told by technician who performed it that I have venous insufficiency what should I expect from dr appointment
Explanation: Venous insufficiency is caused by damage to the valves in your veins. This can lead to swelling, varicose veins, discoloration, and ulcerations. Initial therapy consists of compression stocking therapy, as well as evaluation for surgical therapy. All of these options will be discussed when you have your appointment with your doctor. ...Read more
CVP: Central venous pressure (CVP) is generally measured in a large vein returning blood to the heart or estimated on physical examination by pressure waves seen in the jugular vein in the neck. It often reflects intravascular volume and/or right heart pressure. Depending on the cause your physician may recommend sodium and fluid restriction and/or diuretic therapy. You should discuss w/ your doctor. ...Read more
Patent veins: A venous duplex US uses sound waves to examine the patency of veins. It is used to look for blood clots in the veins and possible occlusions. This exam is mostly used on the arms, legs, and neck. ...Read more
This suggests that: You have increased tissue density in multiple areas of the lung. What that increased density represents can be various things like infection, fluid, masses. Whoever's x-ray this is, should review the findings with the ordering physician for better clarification. ...Read more
Bilateral edema in lower extremeties. Obese, dark discoloration on fingertips (not cynosis), dry scaly skin. PH of hypertension & hypothyroidism.
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Given the multiple disorders, it would be prudent to see a doctor to exclude cellulitis. As you probably know, losing weight would do lot of good, not easy, but essential. Are you taking your medications for thyroid and hypertension, take the meds regularly.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more
68 yo M, having flushing of hands and feet with bilateral lower extremity intermittent ice cold and burning hot sensation and facial flushing, overall hightened sensation of all pain fibers. Would never complain unless its gotten bad. Hx of aflutter S/p
Atelectasis is a condition in which one or more areas of your lungs collapse or don't inflate properly. If only a small area or a few small areas of lung are affected, you may have no signs or symptoms.
If a large area or several large areas of lung are affected, they may not be able to deliver enough oxygen to your blood. This can cause symptoms and complications. ...Read more
I have had bilateral excruciating lower pretib pain daily for two months, not a runner or walker. Was at night now neuralgia like all day?
If your symptoms are symmetric then it suggests a peripheral neuropathy. This may present with restless legs particularly at night.
A nerve root injury from the back is less likely as they usually present in one limb or asymmetric if involving both limbs.
I hope this helps and good luck. ...Read more
Had bilateral Kenalog inj, 3 days ago in lower back. In horrible pain since. Feel it in upper back. Is this normal? What happened? What should I do?
Compression stocking: Venous insufficiency, and its typical aching pain, can be treated conservatively with compression stockings, exercise, and intermittent elevation of the legs. If you have superficial venous insufficiency and varicose veins, you may get relief by a number of various treatment options of the varicose veins themselves. ...Read more
My latest USg report says bilateral renal mid and lower calculus measuring 3mm. Does it means I have stone??
Yes: A calculus is a stone. Renal means kidney. So you have a kidney stone. Please see a physician for treatment. ...Read more
I'm 23 year old. Post CS since 9 days. Now I have bilateral lower limp pitting oedema since 4 days. The level is below the knee. What's the cause?
Throbbing sensation: Throbbing sensation in the leg is indicative of a problem in it's structural component as muscles, tendon, bone and nerves. Injury to the leg, varicose vein, sciatica and circulation problem (which include deep venous thrombosis) are common causes of throbbing like pain in lower limbs. ...Read more
Yes: That can be an indication of low thyroid or vascular insufficiency. If pronounced, should discuss change and concern with your primary Dr for further evaluation. ...Read more
Compression socks.: Compression socks work by squeezing the muscles of the calves to improve the return of the venous blood and reduce the venous pressure in the legs. By doing these two functions, the size of the leg will decrease. Compression stockings are a main component of treating leg swelling. ...Read more
Is pbt bilateral density upper and lower lobe is curable? Y do I nid to have a sputum? My xray tell DAT I have all these. Thanks
There are: Many, many causes of "densities" on a chest xray. Density is a nonspecific descriptor and doesn't imply any particular diagnosis. So, without more information your question cannot be answered. Your doctor needs to evaluate the densities in the context of your clinical picture. ...Read more
I was constipated ans was straing hard after I have extreem lower back and bilateral hip pain lasting over 24 hrs what could this be?
Sometimes exaggerated bowel movement (to push stool out especially when hard) can cause the pain that you have mentioned.
You need to drink plenty of fluids and have lots of fiber in the diet (source of that is vegetable, fruit, and bran)
If the condition persists, please see your doctor for assessment of your condition. ...Read more
I have bilateral hip pain that bothers me when waking and laying on my sides. I had a lower back MRI done but they didn't find anything.
Recently diagnosed with bilateral PE. Currently taking xarelto. Noticed some heaviness in left side of lower chest. Could be related to PE or gas?
I have severe bilateral lower leg pain, it happens every night and feels very similar to growing pains. I'm 21, can I still be having growing pains?
Not likely: I would encourage you to have an exam and appropriate radiologic studies. It would be highly unlikely that someone in their 20s would experience "growing pains"; in part because the vast majority of 20 year olds have completed their growth. Thank you for your question. ...Read more
Lower Bilateral NCV/EMG Diagnosed Ongoing Denervation; Sensory/Motor Demyelinating Neuropathy & Chronic Radiculapathies - Causes? Any of that Serious?
Can bilateral severe nueral foraminal stenosis at T 9-10 cause severe pain in the lower t spine by ribs?
Yes: The pain of that disorder usually rafiates across the lower ribs toward the belly button. ...Read more
Bilateral lower zone haziness seen and basal crepitations heard. Patient is post myocardial infarction. What could it be?
Heterogeneous hypoechoic nodules in bilateral thyroid lower pole, measuring 1.7 CM on the right and 0.5 CM on the left. Is it can be cancerous?
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