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Can Ganoderma Coffee Help With A Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis
Varies, but : If patient is still ambulatory, consider a treadmill or even a stair stepper. A stationary bike might work. If trouble walking, best general exercise via swimming or aerobics in a pool setting. Some patients will not tolerate an exercise machine, and do far better with assisted walking. ...Read more
Can person with multiple sclerosis leave a normal or healthier life as common people. Is there any cure for multiple sclerosis.
MS presents in: A variety of ways and there are lots of treatments but no cure at present. The covering of nerves erodes and communication between nerves can be come erratic, i.e., movement issues, vision issues, etc. Your doc and other health professionals can help you maximize your health. We all have limitations, some more obvious than others. Peace and good health. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Here are some ...: Since the real cause for lichen sclerosus (LS) is still unclear, no specific Rx for cure is available. However, under certain circumstances, its precipitating factor could be potentially identified or modified such as recurrent balanoposthitis with long tight foreskin. So, seek pro-evaluation and counseling preferably by urologist or dermatologist timely. Best wishes... ...Read more
Symptoms include: Fatigue, difficulties with memory, organization, gait imbalance and incoordination, weakness, loss of vision, and double vision, problems with controlling bowel and/or bladder, numbness over trunk or limbs, pain in various areas of body, plus headache challenges. Periods of relapse activity with worsening of baseline dysfunction. ...Read more
Variable: A neurogenic bladder can be irritable, causing urgency incontinence, or flaccid resulting in inability to pass urine, and often bladder problems are very complex. A urology evaluation can often point the way to appropriate medicines. However, best to rule out infection as this can cause many bladder problems. ...Read more
Maybe: The newest ms medication, tecfidera seems to have some anti-oxidant qualities, but also has additional mechanisms of action, so here may be an example of beneficial outcomes. Antioxidants otherwise seem to have little effect in ms. ...Read more
Certain vitamins: Depression first of all needs a good evaluation by an experienced psychiatrist or psychologist. Sometimes psychotherapy alone can help; sometimes antidepressants are needed also. Low vitamin d levels have some correlation with depression. Some data shows that low B12 and folate can accompany depression too. While replenishing these nutrients may not cure depression by themselves, they may help. ...Read more
I found an article that claims buteyko can help with all chronic diseases. How about type 1 diabetes?
No!!!: Buteyko method of breathing exercises has focused almost exclusively on the treatment of asthma. There is no support for the use of the buteyko method in other diseases, such as diabetes mellitus or any of the over 150 diseases supporters of this method claim to treat., per wikipedia and as diabetes specialist, illogical , dangerous. ...Read more
In 400 characters or: less? I think you will need to do your own homework on this. ...Read more
Not necessarily: We have three oral agents, each as potent, or more potent, than the injectables, but each has it's own risk and adverse effect profiles. The two most potent meds on the market are tysabri, (natalizumab) followed by gilenya. Tysabri (natalizumab) is a once monthly infusion, and gilenya, oral once daily. ...Read more
See physiatrist: A physiatrist is a doctor of physical medicine and rehabilitation. Their focus is on maximizing the physical function of every patient, within the context of their current impairments. An individualized treatment plan will be developed in conjunction with a team including physical therapy and perhaps occupational therapy. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Is there any vitamin that can help a person with depression and also help fortify the nervous system?
Vision loss pain : Optic neuritis is inflammation of the optic nerves that presents with vision loss, pain with eye movement & "fading vision" when a person gets hot (like in the shower). It is most commonly associated with ms- multiple sclerosis. Ms also causes pars planitis -inflammation in the eye that presents with floaters and/or vision loss. A few of my patients have inflammation in the front of the eye too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Are there any recommended vitamins or remedies to help treat a diabetic person with peripheral vascular disease?
Fatigue: As temperatures warm, the ms patient experiences more symptoms, especially fatigue, but also, prior signs and symptoms reappear (pseudo-relapses). Around 65% of all ms pts will suffer cognitive issues such as decreased focus, memory, disorganization. Pain not unique, as at least 90% will have some pain, and headaches can be quadrupled in ms. All is variable, each pt is very different. ...Read more
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