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Do Hemorrhoids Ever Go Away
Probably: Avoidance of straining at your bowel movements, avoiding hard stools and constipation, occasional sitz baths with epson salts and perhaps occasional stool softeners can help avoid hemorrhoidal pain and swelling. Some hemorrhoids do require surgery, however. See your doctor for examination if persistent troubles. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Thyroid : I assume you're talking about a thyroid goiter. If you happen to have an under active thyroid gland, then replacement therapy with a medication like levothyroxine can help reduce the size of a goiter. This would require lifelong therapy. If you had a growth in the gland, then this might require surgery. This would remove the goiter permanently. You should go see your pediatrician. ...Read more
Possibly: A phlebolith is a calcium mass in the wall of a vein. Some proponents believe phleboliths can be self-treated - via hot compresses, prescription antiinflammatories and activity. However, deposited calcium is not going to mobilize itself out of tissue without chelation-type therapy or surgical removal. Phleboliths are generally benign, cause no harm and are not treated. If its a concern see a doc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Excellent Question: If it's 'the worst headache of your life' or very close or is associated with other symptoms like brief loss of consciousness or loss of bladder or bowel control, etc., do not hesitate.It could be an aneurysm or brain bleed, or extreme high blood pressure which could be life threatening. If it is not associated with any other symptoms, you might be able to try home remedies, first, & call your dr. ...Read more
I have genital warts but I do not want to go get them removed because i'm terrified. Will they eventually go away?
Genital Warts: If left untreated, visible genital warts can resolve on their own, remain unchanged, or increase in size or number. Available therapies for genital warts likely reduce, but do not eradicate, hpv infectivity. Treatment can be liquid nitrogen and topical prescription medications. ...Read more
Gastritis: Yes! if you take proper dietary precautions and treat the etiology for your symptoms. See a GI specialist. ...Read more
No and yes: Tonsilliths or tonsil stones are an accumulation of debris in the crypts of the tonsils. They cause discomfort and foul breath. They can be expelled with blunt end of a toothbrush or like object. If swallowed, they are readily inactivated by the acid in the stomach. This should not be harmful. Good oral hygiene, gargles with most gargle solutions will help. You may end up with tonsils out. ...Read more
Gradually fade: Discoloration of scars whether purple, pink or red usually represent immature scars. As they mature coloration tends to normalize although they may not ever reach the color of surrounding skin or might not fade at all. ...Read more
Tincture of Time: Acute flare ups are typically self-limited. If there is a thrombosed hemorrhoid this too will also go away althought you may end up with a tag of extra tissue. Repeated flare ups can lead to a prominence of extra hemorrhoidal tissue that will not go away and may need surgical intervention. Avoid constipation and use good bowel habits. No reading on the toilet. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have genital warts that go away on thier own whay can I do to make them go away faster or dry them out?
Hpv: They can resolve on their own or there are medicines to help them results quicker. They are quite expensive and irritating. ...Read more
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