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Mongolians: I was unable to identify any specific diseases that affect people of Mongolian decent. It should be noted that Mongolism (Down's Syndrome) is not so named because of any genetics in people of Mongolian descent. There is fascinating information about the "super Y"chromosomes passed on through Genghis Kahn for many generations. For a great read see: ...Read more
Can you please specifically list all conditions or diseases that can result or bring on added inches of growth in height in adults years past puberty?
Is Lyme Disease common specifically in the state of Utah? If so, how many have have contracted it in the state this year?
Lyme in Utah: The most current incidence of Lyme disease is not available from the Utah Department of Health. As per the CDC, compared to other states in 2017 Utah was at the very low end of the number of cases of Lyme, at 10 confirmed cases and 15 probable cases. Lyme disease is very often over self-diagnosed. See your doctor if you have questions specific to yourself. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hello sir. I am suffering from eczema now a days, this is my second time when i fall in this disease, and it specifically attacks in summer.
Can pelvic surgeries cause a flare up in crohns disease symptoms. More specifically a robotic cystecomy??
I would like some information on raynaud's disease please? Specifically, what are the best available treatments both in the country and outside of it?
See details: Treatment starts with minimizing exposure of the skin to cold. Calcium channel blockers such as Nifedipine are the next step. Other treatments include sidenafil and there are also agents available for severe disease in all else fails. See a rheumatologist if you have not done so already. ...Read more
Why would I have been told specifically that I had epstein - barre virus and not mono.? Is that the yuppy disease of the 80s& is it now cfs
"mono" is vague: Many different infections cause the "mononucleosis-like syndrome" (including, unfortunately, primary HIV infection). By doing specific testing, it sounds like your doc has ruled out (usually by doing a "torch panel" blood test, and hopefully HIV screening and PCR testing for hiv) the really other causes, and reached a specific conclusion about the cause and prognosis. And mono isn't same as cfs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A possible trigger: The cause of minimal change disease is not fully known but it is believed to be an immune disorder in which t cells release a cytokine that damages the epithelial foot processes of the glomeruli. This leads to a leakage of Albumin by the kidney. Certain events such as a viral infection, an allergic reaction, a bee sting, or an immunization may trigger an attack of mcd. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What effect does fasting have on blood pressure specifically (age 15-20)? And does heart disease affect blood pressure?
Fasting makes your body go into a stress response mode. Blood pressure might go up slightly.
Remember that BP=SVxTPR
Blood Pressure=Stroke Volume x Total Peripheral Resistance
Total Peripheral Resistance=Stroke volume x Heart Rate
The physiology behind Blood Pressure tries to maintain harmony even while fasting at all ages. Heart disease is a general term-it does effect the equation. ...Read more
According to a recent genetic test, I have a 65% chance of developing heart disease before 55. What specifically should I do to mitigate the risk?
What could cause colon diseases (specifically colitis and ulcerative colitis) and abdominal bloating problems?
SIJ Subluxation: ? About intestinal spasm causing inflammation, bleeding, & bloating. These are symptoms along a spectrum from mild (IBS) to severe diarrhea (Crohn's) to bleeding (Ulcerative Colitis). The likely etiology of these disorders are varying degrees of autonomic dysfunctions. IBS-D reflects parasympathetic overdrive & IBS-C reflects sympathetic overdrive. ...Read more
Whats more accurate a cardiac MRI or an mdct ....Specifically for adult congenital heart disease? Whats the prefrence between the 2?
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