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Coming Out Of Induced Coma
Coma what some toxins that could cause someone to go into coma toxins from the inside & out the body?
It varies: There are many factors that need to be considered such as the age of the patient, the amount of blood from the aneurysm, the location of the aneurysm, how quick and aggressive was the up front treatment. Other factors that may contribute to the coma-like state need to be treated such as seizures or hydrocephalus. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Probably not: You need to see your provider to be sure. If you are talking about right after childbirth, the vagina was open and especially if you had a repair, may have some air that is coming out. If it has been a while (more than a few days), you may have a hole between your rectum and your vagina, which would need to be fixed at some point (sometimes we wait a few months to see if it will heal). ...Read more
Is a Tension headache from chronic use of crystal meth during the come down, considered dangerous?
Yes: The chronic use of meth is dangerous, regardless of what symptom the user is experiencing. The solution is to work with the doctor to get off the meth, and of course, to immediately avoid seeing any person who touches meth or other drugs of abuse. ...Read more
See a doctor: You will need to see a doctor. This is a complicated issue and best is to seek help right from the get go. Start with your primary care physician. ...Read more
Death likely from congestive heart failure; gurgling when breathing, then loss of consciousness/foam coming from nose/mouth. Could cpr have helped?
What can cause painful muscle contractions & feeling electricity running through body, that is reduced by oxycodone. addiction& Withdrawal ruled out.
Pain & tingling: There are a variety of possible causes, including fibromyalgia, cervical or spinal stenosis affecting nerves, and anxiety/panic disorder. I advise seeing a neurologist for a physical workup. How much oxycodone are you taking? If you have recovered from bariatric surgery, I would taper off oxycodone and see what happens to your symptoms. Intensive running can create orthopedic or spinal injuries ...Read more
Coming out of coma with very brief muscle spasms (posturing?) but has gcs of 8/9. Does this mean better chance of recovery?
Not sure, but...: It is not normal for a man or a woman to have blood in the urine. He should consult an urologist and have a full workup to determine the cause of his blood in the urine (also known as hematuria). This typically consists of a ct scan of his abdomen and pelvis, as well as a simple office-based procedure called cystoscopy where the urologist will look inside the bladder with a small telescope. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How can recovery from hypoxic brain injury may speed up? Patient is 74 and in minimal conscious state. He pulled out his feed pipe out of irritation
History?: There is no definite way of speeding up the recovery if possible apart from good intensive care and time. No drug has been convincingly proved to speed thing up! ...Read more
I've been experiencing recurring moments of lightheadedness, seemingly out of the blue. What could be causing them?
You: Need to be examined by a doctor. Have you checked your pulse rate when this happens? You may need a heart monitor for at least 24 hours to rule out heart rhythm problems. Did you noticed palpitations, breathing difficulties? BP levels, possible sugar levels even an eeg is in place if the heart rate/ ekg ( long qt syndrome) is negativel. Do not neglect yourself... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Possible brain damage (wernicke) from 4 year period of alcohol abuse. Eyes are suddenly misaligning and one turning out. What kind of doctor do I need?
Neurology: See a neurologist.Get a more detailed answer ›
Inflammatory cells: After an injury the body sends cells to dispose of dead or foreign tissue and kill germs then sents cells to heal area both of these will cause a clear fluid that dries thickened and sometimes yellow. ...Read more
Symptoms: break out into a cold sweat, hands start shaking, feeling of faintness, heart races. Out of theblue onset of symptons?
Check blood sugar: I would first have my blood glucose level checked, these signs are consistent with hypoglycemia (low blood sugar), but can also mean other things, but first thing's first. Next i would have a cardiac evaluation and this would include an examination of your thyroid function. You should see your primary care doctor soon. ...Read more
What causes constant drowsiness, periods of lightheadedness, and tingling/hot and cold sensations in legs? Allergies ruled out. Diabetes ruled out.
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