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Infection: Rheumatic fever is caused by a bacteria and usually from a strept throat. Some people are more prone to get such an infection. Poor dental care as well as poor overal hygiene can predispose someone to getting the infection. The infection can leave permanent damage to heart muscle an valves. ...Read more
Likely normal: Sebum production at your age is normal and indicating good health. As we get older, we tend to produce less sebum . Therefore, do not get upset, but do shampoo your hair daily . ...Read more
I doubt it: Wilson's is rare and when two youngsters with it came down with leukemia, there was talk about either the copper overload or the Penicillamine rx possibly being a cause. Wilson's is very serious and i wouldn't worry about an old claim of a link that was first made in 1982 without any real further validation. ...Read more
No: Meuniere's disease means dizziness occasioned by insult, sometimes viral, to the delicate vestibular system in your inner ear. The sensation of the world spinning can be severe and cause nausea and vomiting, like sea sickness. The outcome varies. Attacks come on without warning, can be disabling while they last; but in many cases, the condition passes with or without treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Long-term Failure: To require an organ donation (needing a transplant) the organ in question must have irreversibly failed. The most common situation is kidney failure which requires dialysis or a transplant for the person to live. Diabetes and hypertension are the most frequent causes of kidney failure. Liver failure can be caused by hepatitis (B or C), fatty liver (from obesity) or alcohol overuse. ...Read more
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Possibly: There are a lot of reasons for leukopenia. Usually isolated low white cells is not a sign of leukemia if the red blood cells and the platelets also found in blood are fine. Leukopenia develops in leukemia because all the bone marrow cells that eventually end up in the blood stream are crowded out by leukemia cells. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Death possible: An overdose of alprazolam can be fatal. Overdose symptoms may include extreme drowsiness, confusion, muscle weakness, loss of balance or coordination, feeling light-headed, and fainting. NEVER exceed your doctor's recommended dosage or ignore prescribing advice. Do not crush, chew, or break an extended-release tablet. Don't take with alcohol. Ref: http://www.drugs.com/alprazolam.html ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tested positive for 2 bands of lyme disease. Can this lead to serious life complications. This could have occured years ago?
Not Lyme disease: These KD bands are common and you do not have enough bands to diagnose to Lyme. O ...Read more
Iam 28 years old male, I have chrone disease and i want to know if this can lead to cancer and what nutrition plan should I follow, thank you, hani.
Yes, unfortunately: There is an association between ibd ( especially ulcerative colitis) and colon cancer. The risk will depend on the extent, duration, and activity of disease. . Pancolitis confers a 5- to 15-fold increase in risk. Although, data is less. It appears that pancolitis due to crohn's disease is associated with a similar relative risk of colon ca as extensive uc. Extensive surveillance is needed. ...Read more
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