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Causes Of Relapse
Silly question but can I use the product Dermawand if I have MS? Could it cause a relapse? It seems to use some sort of current but unsure.
I can't: vouch for the efficacy of Dermawand, which uses radiofrequency energy and claims to tighten facial features/reduce wrinkles, but it won't affect your MS. ...Read more
Can meditation cause a relapse (headaches or hallucinations), with or without being on medication?
Meditation mental : Meditation can help in many cases to resolve depression or other mental problems. Many of my patients did get off medications while many need to continue both modalities. Talk to your doctor to be sure and safe. Meditation = self hypnotism, and can be very powerful depending on how well you were trained in it. Avoid to make decisions without your doc's advice. ...Read more
If mild rheumatic fever is untreated & runs its course without serious complications, is an untreated strep infection likely to cause a relapse?
Possible: Doesn't really matter if rf was initially 'mild', although i'm not sure what that means. Recurrence after another strep infection is always possible, but not definite. Yet the drawbacks of having repeated rf episodes are not good, particularly for the heart. Antibiotics are likely recommended chronically. ...Read more
Are there any antibiotics that cause a relapse of clostridium difficile infection so what can I do?
Does yelling cause a relapse of tonsilitis? I am almost recovered but today i yelled and now my throat is really sore again
I'm on 125 mg Zoloft (sertraline) for depression and was recovering upuntil i started getting lack of sleep. Can lack of sleep cause a relapse despite medication?
Bell palsy relapse: Mostly bad luck. Probably chronic stress and reduced immunity are factors, but it is very difficult to prove. It is well known that some people are prone to repeated episodes of bell's palsy, but this is unusual, and there are no known proven strategies to prevent these relapses. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer