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Can Vitamins Help Pericarditis
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Probiotics: Probiotics help replenish the good bacteria in your gut which is necessary for proper digestion. If you have a change in bowel habits and / or blood in the stool and / or unexplained weight loss a colonoscopy may be in order to diagnose a more serious condition. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Many good options: Many supplements help anxiety, including herbs like tulsi (holy basil), valerian, passionflower & ashwagandha, Amino Acids like theanine & tryptophan, b vitamins, inositol & magnesium. Also consider meditation, exercise, counseling, acupuncture & homeopathy. Make sure you get enough rest & a healthy diet. Consider eft (see eftuniverse.Com). It would be best to see a holistic doctor. See comment:. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Antioxidants: As a dentist, i believe that good nutrition is an important step in controlling chronic dental inflamation like periodontal disease. There are many antioxidant vitamin suplements out there, but if possible , one should strive to get those needed vitamins and antioxidants through good diets of greens and fruits- 9 to 13 servings a day before depending on supplements. ...Read more
Stomach flu: They may help but there are not good studies to confirm that. ...Read more
None: There are no supplements that stop the flu. Once you have an infection, it does have to run its course. What you can do is help the recovery process and symptoms. You can try oscillinum to stop you from getting worse. If in full swing try elderberry. To prevent this, stay healthy using vitamin d, probiotics, b complex, fish oil, glutathione regularly. ...Read more
None.: Unless you are deficient, it is unlikely that vitamins and supplements will help you. Occasionally people are low in vitamin d or vitamin b12, which your doctor can check. There is limited evidence about omega 3 fish oils. However, if you are in fact depressed, see your doctor, because you need real treatment-- cbt (cog behav therapy) or possibly medications. ...Read more
What kind do U have?: The suffix "itis" means "inflammation". The prefix "gastro" means "stomach." the term "gastritis" thus means an "inflamed stomach." The term is often used imprecisely to mean stomach upset, which can derive from both acid & non-acid causes, slow emptying of the stomach, H.pylori infection, atrophic & hypersecretory problems. Start with acid blockers, diet modification, avoid alcohol/tobacco. ...Read more
Tulsi, theanine, mag: Many supplements are very helpful for anxiety, including herbs like tulsi (holy basil), valerian, passionflower & ashwagandha, Amino Acids like theanine & tryptophan, b vitamins & magnesium. However, also consider meditation, exercise, counseling &homeopathy. Make sure you get enough rest & a healthy diet.Consider eft (see eftuniverse.Com).If these measures don't help enough seek professional help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Will 422ng/l vitamin B12 possibly allow neuropathy? Also can I increase this wothout supplements?
Possibly, probably: Some experts advise treating anyone with symptoms of B12 deficiency who has a level below 450, so you qualify. Deficiency occurs from either not getting enough in diet or poor absorption. If you eat a lot of animal foods (clams and fish are esp. Good sources) and still have this level try supplementing with 1000 mcg/day of methylcobalamin (ideally sublingual form). See http://bit.Ly/1607tg3. ...Read more
Manage stress with: E-a-s-e. 1)eliminate the stressor from your life (be assertive; delegate; take breaks & vacations) 2)alter the impact of the stressor (problem solving; time management; social/group action); 3)shift your outlook (reduce unrealistic expectations, irrational beliefs & negative self-talk); & 4) ease your response (relaxation, exercise & good nutrition). Counseling can help. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Heat.: Phlebitis is an inflammation of a vein. It can be either in a superficial or deep vein and both are treated differently. When phlebitis is associated with a clot then it is called thrombophlebitis. To treat strictly phlebitis heat and antiinflammatories help. Deep thrombophlebitis requires blood thinners. For vein health horse chestnut, escins and flavinoids may help as well as diosmin. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possible : There are herbal supplements that contain analgesic or pain relieving effects as ones with anti inflammatory effects. The problem is that these herbal supplements are not regulated so that the quality or potency of their contents is variable an unknown. They can act to help symptoms but will not affect the progression of disc degeneration. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is there a possible connection between pericarditis and pinched nerve(s) in your back? Had peri 8 weeks ago and my back/rib cage still hurt pretty bad
Yes it is a possible: That there could be referred pain or that you may have some muscular pain or myalgias from your infection in that region. It could also be just muscular pain from being inactive while you were sick. The other remote possibility is that the infection may have spread to the spine if it was a bacterial infection so if the pain is increasing or persisting tell your physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Chest pain, fatigue: The usual symptoms of pericarditis include sharp chest pain, fatigue, shortness of breath, and possibly exercise intolerance. If the process is acute, or sudden onset (often from an infectious etiology), you may also have signs of infection such as fever, headache, muscle aches/pains, etc. ...Read more
Yes: Assuming that you mean in an airplane, (jk) whether you can fly depends on whether the pericarditis is stable. If you had developed a large pericardial effusion, (fluid around the heart) for instance, you might not be stable to fly or even to leave a hospital. But if you just have benign pericarditis with a little chest pain, you could be stable. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pericarditis: Constrictive pericarditis involves stiffening/thickening/hardening of the pericardium or "heart sack". This can be caused by many disease processes. Constrictive pericarditis results in restricting the filling of the heart which in turn may cause shortness of breath, swelling etc.. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Infections and other: This is a stiffening of the normally pliable sac that holds the heart. Infections in the fluid around the heart, and scarring conditions that have no known cause can cause this sac to stiffen and this results in incomplete filling of the heart between beats. This lack of filling can lead to heart failure, as the heart is incapable of pumping blood as efficiently. It is a rare condition. ...Read more
Multiple: Pericardial inflammation can occur from renal failure, tb, malignancy, bacterial infection or most commonly, viral inflammation. Also rheumatoid disease and other autoimmune problems. After a heart attack, dressler's syndrome is inflammation of the pericardium and after heart surgery, blood or fluid can accumulate and cause inflammation. Radiation is also a source. All can lead to constrictive per. ...Read more
Not initially but...: Contraindicated in initial treatment of acute pericarditis as they can delay ventricular remodeling, cause dependency on the medication to prevent a return of symptoms and can theoretically reactivate the original viral infection. They could used if indicated for the underlying disease or the patient’s condition has no response to other meds. ...Read more
Any irritant to the : ...Pericardium, whether infectious, traumatic , neoplastic, noxious and the like can initiate the mechanism of inflammation of the pericardium. Since this membrane covering the heart has pain fibers especially at the parietal aspect of it, pain signals are then upstream for the brain to sense them. The lining epithelium if the pericardium has pain fibers as well, including the epicardium. ...Read more
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