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Opca, can this desease be reversed?

Progressive disease: Unfortunately, opca is a progressive neurodegenerative disorders that has no definitive treatment. ...Read more

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What is ami? Is it serious of desease?

What is ami? Is it serious of desease?

Very: Ami is acute myocardial infarction is a result of coronary artery disease and by far the most common cause of death in this country. This is an emergency and must be treated in the hospital. If you have symptoms and diagnoses that put you at high risk for coronary artery disease, you must seek treatment immediately. ...Read more

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Is degenerated disk desease a disability?

Is degenerated disk desease a disability?

Depends: The term "lumbar degenerative disc disease" is a very broad and non-specific category with varying levels of severity and symptoms. Most patients are not classified as "disabled" due to the problem. There may be lifting and work restrictions given by your doctor which can be classified as "impairments".Impai. ...Read more

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What's best for early onset Alzymers desease?

What's best for early onset Alzymers desease?

The meds: ONLY work on the early stages. https://www.nia.nih.gov/alzheimers/publication/alzheimers-disease-medications-fact-sheet this would be the best source of info. BUT also, 1) general exam and rule out depression, urinary tract infection, thyroid, anemia, b12, alcoholism, prescriptions, heroin, etc (Yeah, I've had ALL of these masquerade) 2) increase stimulation (rule out vision and hearing) ...Read more

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What kind of desease could be treated garlic?

What kind of desease could be treated garlic?

It is a herb: Garlic is used as supplement for its preventive and nutritional values it helps with heart and cardio vascular health. Unlike allopathic medicine e.g. Antibiotic it is not a cure for certain disease/ infection. ...Read more

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Is it true that chromes disease is hereditary?

Is it true that chromes disease is hereditary?

To a minor degree: Most cases of chrohn's disease are sporadic. There is a small tendency for it to run more commonly in families but identical twins for instance do not both always have the condition so there is probably an inheritance component lowering the susceptibilility but not being causative. ...Read more

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Could you explain what is arithroblastosis featalis desease?

Could you explain what is arithroblastosis featalis desease?

Summary below: The adult human body is home to trillions of red blood cells (erythrocytes). These blood cells carry oxygen, iron, and many other nutrients to their appropriate places in the body. When a woman is pregnant, it is possible that her baby’s blood type will be incompatible with her own. This can cause a condition known as erythroblastosis fetalis, where the mother’s red blood cells attack those of the baby as they would any foreign invaders. Also known as hemolytic disease of the newborn, this condition is highly preventable. Catching it early can ensure a successful pregnancy for mother and child. If left untreated, this condition can be life-threatening for the baby. Part 2 of 6: Causes What Causes Erythroblastosis Fetalis? There are two main causes of erythroblastosis fetalis: Rh incompatibility and ABO incompatibility. Both are associated with blood type. There are four blood types: A, B, AB, and O. And blood can be either Rh positive or Rh negative. If a person is of blood type A and is Rh positive, he or she has A antigens and the Rh factor antigens on the red blood cell membrane surface. If a person has AB negative blood, he or she has both A and B antigens without the Rh factor antigen. Rh incompatibility occurs when an Rh-negative mother is impregnated by an Rh-positive father. The result can be an Rh-positive baby. In such a case, the baby’s Rh antigens will be perceived as foreign invaders, the way viruses or bacteria are perceived. The mother’s blood cells attack the baby’s as a protective mechanism that can end up harming the child. If the mother is pregnant with her first baby, Rh incompatibility is not as much of a concern. However, when the Rh-positive child is born, the mother’s body creates antibodies against the Rh factor, which will attack the blood cells if she becomes pregnant with another Rh-positive baby. Another type of hemolytic disease of newborns is ABO blood type incompatibility. This occurs when a mother’s blood type of A, B, or O is not compatible with a baby’s. This condition is considered less harmful and threatening to the baby than Rh incompatibility. However, babies can carry rare antigens that can put them at risk for erythroblastosis fetalis, including Kell, Duffy, Kidd, Lutheran, Diego, Xg, P, Ee, Cc, and MNSs antigens (Dulay 2014). ...Read more

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Why would my urin have a garlicky oder and I have no pain or deseases i know of?

Why would my urin have a garlicky oder and I have no pain or deseases i know of?

Most common cause..: Eating food with garlic. Other spices can also have a garlicy odor. Bravo italian cokking! ...Read more

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My keys fell in a public restroom, and I took it to without gloves, what is my chances of getting a desease?

My keys fell in a public restroom, and I took it to without gloves,  what is my chances of getting a desease?

Transmission of: harmful bacteria, parasites and viruses is primarily accomplished via your hands. If you had washed the keys with soap in that restroom first, then after getting home soak them in some mild soap or cleaning solution before letting them dry, and cleaned your hands before and after, then you should not worry as much. ...Read more