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Can Naproxen Be Taken When You Have Myeloma
I had not heard of "kahler's disease" until seeing multiple questions on healthtap. It is multiple myeloma (mm). "multiple" is from the often seen "multiple" bone lesions (especially in advanced disease). Mm is a cancer of plasma cells [highly specialized b white blood cells (lymphocytes)] that produce antibodies. Sx are crab: hypercalcemia, renal insufficency, anemia, ...Read more
Only if fracture +: Not everybody who has myeloma will have fracture when diagnosed. Yes, myeloma will involve the bone and there would be increased risk for fracture- however- just because one has myeloma-it does not mean that it is identical to pain unless you have fracture. And if you do-it depends on your tolerance to pain and how severe the fracture is. Pain is very subjective. Discuss with oncologist. ...Read more
Plasma cell & other: People who have diagnosis of plasma cell disorders- called mgus ( monoclonal gammopathy of unknown significance) would be the one who is at risk for multiple myeloma. Other potential risk factors - include older age, male ( hormone related?), black/african american, exposures to radiation, benzene, and other organic solvents, herbicides, and insecticides and other unknown risk factors. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Myeloma: myeloma is a cancer that starts in plasma cells in the bone marrow. The cause is unknown but its found more in the older patients. Blood tests usually detect it. Mild cases usually aren't treated but chemotherapy is often used. Radiation therapy is used to treat the bone pain that occurs. ...Read more
Very: Multiple myeloma a plasma cell cancer could be very dangerous in some , in others ( the lucky ones ) the diseases can run for years. Have to speak to the treating oncologist good prognostic signs are higher albumin, lower beta 2 microglobulins, , plasma cell dna showing not having high risk chromosomal abnormalities. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Remission: Multiple myeloma is treated classically with chemotherapy and autologous stem cell transplantation. Both modalities can put the disease on remission and prolong life substantially. I personally do not offer allogeneic stem cell transplant for multiple myeloma unless on clinical trial or under very stringent circumstances. Multiple myeloma remains an incurable but very treatable disease. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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