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Scnd opinion: hw long cn cerebral edema due to japanese enc. Cn tk to cure completely. Plz answr n i'm askng bcoz i'm too much worried for my friend.
Cerebral edema: There is no one answer to this question. It depends on many factors such as the severity of it, complications that may have developed, overall status of the patient, his/her immune system, the treatment administered and how early in the course it was started. I have to say this is unpredictable because we don't know which way the patient is going. ...Read more
Aftr brain edema due to japanese enc. Thr is gud imprvmnt. Bt nw she is hvng limb weakness & lose of sensation during toilet? Will it cure over time?
Maybe (not) . . .: Even after examining a patient in person, it is often very difficult to predict what will happen in the future. Now you're asking us to predict how this person will do w/o ever examining her. It can't be done other than to say we hope that she will improve. However, if you feel that she is getting worse, then it's best that she be evaluated by her physician, specifically the one treating infection. ...Read more
Hw long can it take to recvr aftr unconsciousness due to japanese enc. Which lasted in few days, now having speech, swallowing and limb weakness prblm?
Listen to your body: Your brain is healing. Stem cells move into an area of injury but can easily be injured. Lower stress of all kinds, avoid tobacco and alcohol, and be sure to take vit d3 if you can't get 20 minutes of sunlight over head from 11am to 1pm. Many herbs like rosemary, thyme, sage, and ginger are anti-inflammatory. Minocycline is useful in animal models. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Jst aftr brain edema due to japanese enc frnd is hvng trbl in speech, swallowing & weak left limb, rest is normal, hw long will it take to cure fully?
SEE NEUROLOGIST: You are asking too much of this forum. I feel bad for you, and wish you all the best in your recovery, but you cannot do it remotely via the internet. It is serious. Best of luck. ...Read more
Around 3/1: You conceived around 3/1.Get a more detailed answer ›
10/30/12 to 11/7/12: Normal pregnancy is 40 weeks so count back 40 weeks from your due date. Or count forwards 40 weeks from your last menstrual period. If you're like me and can't count that high, check out any number of due date & conception calculators online like this one: http://www.Baby2see.Com/conception_calculator.Html. ...Read more
Certainly possible: Yes, that is possible. Conception typically occurs around 2 weeks after the last menstrual period. In your case, your lmp was likely march 24. Conception technically can happen anytime after that, but the most probable time are the days around april 6th. It cannot be pinpointed to an exact day though. Hope that helps! ...Read more
See details: Count 9 months back from you due date with figure one week before or after that date. ...Read more
Ovulation: Ovulation usually happens in the middle of your cycle.. Usually day 10 to 16. But, you are over 35 and very easily could be entering menopause so without more data I am hesitant to give an absolute answer. But, it would be very unlikely to be ovulating on the days in your cycle you describe. I would really strongly suggest that you spend a few minutes learning the basics of periods so no worry. ...Read more
10/30/12 to 11/7/12: Normal pregnancy is 40 weeks so count back 40 weeks from your due date. Or count forwards 40 weeks from your last menstrual period. If you're like me and can't count that high, check out any number of due date & conception calculators online like this one: http://www.Baby2see.Com/conception_calculator.Html. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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