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Does Nf Have A Treatment Or Cure
Neurofibromatosis: Nf is a collection of genetic diseases that have no cure. When you have it, management requires observation & occasional studies to detect certain complicating issues before they can cause trouble. Surgical intervention may be required in some forms of the disease. Some forms never need any extra help. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Neurofibromatosis: There is no cure for neurofibromatosis and the goal of treatment is to relieve symptoms. Painful cutaneous and subcutaneous tumors and those that occur on visible areas of the body may be removed surgically. Surgery also may be performed to remove schwannomas and nerve tissue tumors (neurofibromas) that cause pain, sensory loss, and loss of function. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not yet!: No cure. I would however recommend seeing a dermatologist. They can help monitor for other associated conditions in addition to the skin. There are different subsets and severities of neurofibromatosis (nf). They can help make the diagnosis, excise neurofibromas and coordinate care if needed (ophthalmology, neurology, ent, orthopedics, genetics). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
You're fine: You're nineteen years old and should be treasuring this time in your life, rather than letting some quack "spiritual" or "health" advisor frighten you about your nocturnal emissions. They're normal, healthy, and a part of your life that you should be enjoying. Talk to a reasonable older guy -- maybe even Dad -- about your new body & the responsibilities and joys it brings. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why do various websites on the internet says that excessive nocturnal emissions is a disease and there are NF cure capsules to cure it?
Wise up, man!: Listen, Zack. You know that the world is full of crooks and liars who will tell you anything to make a buck. Your new adult body is amazing, scary, and still mysterious. Gullible folks will believe fearmongering. You're 20 years old. You're almost a grown man and entering into the wonderful experience we call adult life. It's great -- but if you remain this naive, you don't stand a chance. ...Read more
No: There is no cure for neurofibromatosis and goal of treatment is to relieve symptoms. Painful cutaneous and subcutaneous tumors and those that occur on visible areas of the body may be removed surgically. Surgery also may be performed to remove schwannomas and nerve tissue tumors (neurofibromas) that cause pain, sensory loss, and loss of function. ...Read more
My pharmacist friend suggested to take nf cure as i had freqnt semen leakage with bowel & with little excitement, what's nf cure?Valid suggestion doc?
Nocturnal emissions: Forgive my frankness. You are referring to "nightfall", which in some cultures is a term for the normal discharge of semen during sleep that happens to all young men who do not have frequently ejaculations by themselves or with a partner. It is healthy, masculine and a good thing. I am sorry your "friend" and other superstitious / manipulative people have tried to frighten you. ...Read more
Friend suggested nf cure may b wrong, so what should I do to cure semen leakage with bowel movement?Its annoying, little excitement cause leakage, plz!
Semen Leakage: I am one who would caution you strongly about taking anything to lower the amount of semen you produce. This common problem is ofter treated with regular ejaculation to empty the excess fluid in your prostate gland. If you are not sexually active please masturbate on a regular basis. This is more natural way then creating less semen through chemicals. ...Read more
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