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Is medication induced hypertrichosis reversible? If yes, how long does it take for the hairs to regress? It has been 5 months thus far. Many thanks.
Yes: When the medication is stopped the hair will get better, and it may take a while. ...Read more
Is medication induced hypertrichosis reversible? If yes, how long does it take for hairs to regress? It's been 5 months- no change. Many thanks.
Perhaps : Usually time is the key. However everyone is different. ...Read more
Involuntary movement: Dystonia is an involuntary muscle contraction, repetitive twisting, posturing whereas spasm is also sudden involuntary contraction of muscle groups. Generalized means all over and could indicate seizure activity. Dystonia on the other hand is more chronic, fixed if you will. Spasms may come and go. ...Read more
Yes: A person may be allergic to constituents of food and may develop generalize itching from consuming the responsible item. ...Read more
It doesn't: Depending on the situation, i prefer to treat the whole person and the whole spine if indicated. There are no "rules" about this. Everyone is different and may have pain for different reasons. There is no "one size fits all" prescription. ...Read more
I have a sharp continuous pain an inch under my left rib. It hurts front and back. It feels like generalized pain. Neasous?
You could have a: strained rib and should see your doctor for evaluation, or a DO for second opinion. You may have slept wrong or pulled a muscle in your back causing it to affect your rib that can impact your vagus nerve making you feel nauseous. Destress, and take a rest. Breathe, inhale. If your breath catches, a rib is involved/strained and easily treated. ...Read more
What's meaning/significance of: eeg=occasional bursts high amp. Generalized sharp theta.Hypervent. Showed diffuse higher amp. Mild slowing.
EEG: An eeg is an aid in the clinical diagnosis of seizures/spells, the significance of the eeg findings have to be in the context of the patient history. The above results are non diagnostic of nothing in particular. I would discuss this results with the neurologist or clinician that odder the test. ...Read more
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