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Help me, 59yrf-dercum's disease, lymphedema, ans disorder, heart disease- mi x3, 10+herniated discs, autoimmunity, gastroparesis, duodenitis w nodule?
Too many issues here: If you do have all these listed problems, you need a good internist to take care of you and guide you further. Health matters get complicated if you truly have more than one or 2 ailments and you need long term care for any such diseases that are chronic in nature. You need a good primary care doctor to guide you for the long term. ...Read more
Not yet.: The disease is multifactorial. The largest endocrine organ of the body is the vascular endothelium. A lot of research is going on. Once aging gets tackled, a cure for cardiovascular disease should follow. Genetic engineering may be required. The endocrine function of the endothelium needs to be completely understood. 300years from newton to interplanetarysatellitesandspacetravel.Maybe longer4this. ...Read more
Diseases like parkinson's, progeria, alzheimer's, leukemia, aids, motor neurone disease etc. Is there hope for any sort of cure?
Contact him: This is not a legal forum, you or your lawyer contact him ...Read more
No: Devic's disease is a rare demyelinating progressive disorder causing blindness and spinal cord problems. ...Read more
Genetics: It would be good to have your relative seen by a neurologist as well as a genetic specialist. ...Read more
Sometimes: Those with a 1st degree relative have 3x increased risk for developing ad.There are also familial forms of ad due to genes passed on, usually these fads present in patients earlier in the 40s or 50s. Of course , the most common population to be affected are the elderly- and then there is a genetic predisposition to develop the illness. ...Read more
Recently seen by hemotologist Oncologist routinely he says MS. Neurologists stumped. All tests show MS findings,MRIs show deyemilenting disease, MS?
It is most likely if: If you have neurological symptoms like patches of numbness, spotty weakness of muscles or vision impairment, then the MRI findings do support the diagnosis of MS. You should have your neurologist guide you further. You will need regular follow up and likely require medical treatment for MS. ...Read more
Sir my homeopathy dr says duchenne muscular dystrophy is curable with homeopathy should l trust him?
Quackery & delusions: If that "doctor" really could do that, he'd win the Nobel Prize in Medicine. Homeopathy is not medicine. Practitioners have no real medical knowledge. Would you want your MD to practice 214-year-old medicine on you? Because that’s when homeopathy was invented. Join the 21st century. Read “Homeopathy: The Ultimate Fake” at http://www.quackwatch.com/01QuackeryRelatedTopics/homeo.html. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Anticonvulsants: Anticonvusants are effective in treating aggression in a variety of disorders, including irritable mania, epilepsy, dementia and in individuals who have experienced head trauma. Because huntingtons is a neurodegenerative disorder, there is extremely abnormal brain electrical activity. Valproate or Carbamazepine may be effective if there are no other contraindications. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Complications- Lyme disease, bipolar disorder, and dental abscess that has spread to heart/brain/ears/eyes?
Seek skilled doctor: This is an incredibly complex situation that requires the care of an experienced ; skilled holistic doc. Treat your dental abscess first. Anyone with lyme ; bipolar disorder probably has pyrroluria- see http://betterhealthguy.Com/kpu see http://ilads.Org/ilads_media/physician-referral/ ; http://bit.Ly/19pettq ; http://bit.Ly/1miqp95 for resources to find a knowledgeable doctor. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Any doctors in Saint Louis who are expierenced in treating patients with Lyme disease or chronic lyme?
Unsure of question: I'm sorry to hear about your IBS. What is your concern about autoimmune disease - that is a very broad category to comment on. If doc has brought this up with you, best to ask him or her what their concerns are and what you need to do to live optimally with these diagnoses. ...Read more
What treatment do you suggest, me diagnosed myalgic encephalomyelitis with constant react. Infect. Ebv, cpn, cmv, hhv, etc, myocarditis, tachycardia?
Some gentle advice..: You must have been diagnosed by an md/do. Your case sounds complicated. How does the md who diagnosed you want to treat you? If you want another opinion, see another doctor. That's your right. Answering a question like yours is explicitly not the purpose of this website. For better or worse, our bodies aren't 6-cylinder chevys. You goof with your car, you can always get another one. ...Read more
Possibly but...: In his book a homeopathic approach to cancer dr. Ramakrishnan reports 77% success in 85 patients with hodgkin's; these are not all "cures" but patients who are show improvement. There are some cases that appear to be cured. However, given that western medicine has a good success rate in hodgkin's, i would advise using homeopathy & ayurveda as complements to conventional treatment in most cases. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers