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Dengue: Dengue fever is a mosquito borne viral illness without a specific medication to treat. Pain relief with acetaminophen, rest, and fluid intake are commonly recommended. If there is little improvement after the fever goes down, medical consultation is recommended to ensure there are no complications. ...Read more
Not usually: Most hemorrhagic cysts resolve on their own without treatment. If yu were given this diagnosis after a doctor evaluated you and you are not having any signs of severe blood loss like dizziness, increasing abdominal pain, rapid pulse, blackouts... Then it should probably resolve. ...Read more
Http://hht. Org: Hht (osler-weber-rendu) is a genetic disorder that causes defective blood vessels to form throughout the body. The link I posted above is a great site to help you understand this disorder better. Good luck. ...Read more
Hospital: Stop bleeding if possible. Go to nearest hospital. Physician insert large bore intravenous line and start massive transfusion protocol and do everything to stop bleeding. ...Read more
If I am diagnosed with hemorrhagic cysts, and my pain becomes more frequent 6mo later, is it possible my cyst grew larger?
Yes: Yes, it is possible. It's a good idea to look at your cycles and hormones and for other reasons why you may be having ovarian pain. ...Read more
I'm on meds but I really think its more serious I think its hemorrhagic cystitis because of my symptoms, can this be treated?
Meds for what?: Hemorrhagic cystitis can be due to either bacterial or viral infection of bladder. Some utis are associated with blood in urine ; usually not serious. Blood in urine (hematuria) can be a side effect of medication. However, without UTI needs to be investigated to rule out malignancy. Hemorrhagic cystitis responds to appropriate antibiotics just like non-hemorrhagic cystitis ; thus not very serious. ...Read more
Somewhat: Hemorrhagic strokes can be associated with high blood pressure, which can be controlled. There may also be weakened blood vessels (aneurysms) but, unless family history, screening for these is less than fruitful. The other major cause is head trauma - which obviously has potential to be prevented. ...Read more
No: Hypovolemia is mostly from loss of volume that include body fluid, not drinking enough and haemorragic shock is from loss of blood volume loss. You can say that haemorragic shock is a type of hypovolemic shock due to blood loss. Treatment of hypovolemic shock differ depending on etiology. If its due to fluid loss, fluid replacement is the treatment. ...Read more
Although the non hem:
Although non hemorrhagic strokes generally are more common, neurologist and physical medicine and rehabilitation specialist (physiatrist) commonly treat and oversee rehab programs for this populatiion.
I frequently care for patients with hemorrhagic strokes on our rehab unit. ...Read more
NOT GREAT: If subarachnoid hemorrhage from aneurysm, about 50% die within the first few days in hospital. If intracranial bleed, with/without stroke, the death rate within year one approaches 60%. Figures have remained constant for years. A generic suggestion, control blood pressure diligently. ...Read more
Size and color: Endometriomas produce very dark brown to burgundy blood and tend to be much larger than hemorrhagic ovarian cysts. ...Read more
Slightly different: Hemorrhagic shock is due to loss of blood. Hypovolemic shock strictly means loss of volume it usually refers to water depletion. ...Read more
Bleeding/many causes: Hemorrhagic shock is from bleeding, usually due to a wound from trauma, which can have excessive fluid loss. Hypovolemic shock can have many causes, like not drinking, or dehydration from diarrhea, and also hemorrhage. This is usually less severe, but some examples of diarrhea can be excessive. Both can be seen on the same spectrum of shock or fluid loss with hemorrhagic more severe/urgent. ...Read more
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Cyst: Cyst is a small noncancerous growth. Haemorrhagic means you've had some bleeding into it. Usually this is not of concern and may have some pain initially that settles. Your doctor may need to follow up with a repeat scan. Would be important to see them to discuss the significance of this result and whether consistent with what they were looking for or whether need to consider other causes. ...Read more
Depends on location: The size and location of the hemorrhagic stroke will determine the outcome. If is very large and causing pressure on the surrounding brain, it may need to be removed by a neurosurgeon. If it is in an area that controls speech or movement, there will likely be long term deficits. If it is a small bleed, it will likely resorb over time and she may not need surgery. ...Read more
I have endometriosis and now have a hemorrhagic cyst is it normal more painful this type of cyst?
Sometimes: After you ovulate you often times have a hemorrhagic cyst called a hemorrhagic corpus luteum. If you have endomtriosis implants on the ovary this can increase the pain. However, in an endomtriosis patient this could also be an early endometrioma, so get follow up. Leakage of blood into the pelvic from the cyst may also increase pain. ...Read more
Is there possibility to find out cysts after removal of multiple hemorrhagic cyst by laproscopy within 3 weeks only?
Is it ok to do high intensity exercise like durance running or kickboxing after a recent diagnosis of a hemorrhagic cyst?
Need to know more: Like how big is it? Where is it located? Is it stable? You need that information to determine risk and consequences of rupture. Until that info is available I would refrain from any contact sports or endurance activity. Mild/moderate exercise on elliptical, yoga or. Pilates would be prudent in the meantime. ...Read more
Should I get a 2nd opinion? I have a complex hemorrhagic cyst (6cm).Has been on my ovary since June '15. Not getting smaller. It hurts all the time.
I would suggest getting the second opinion.
And take your medical records and the US results with you to that visit. ...Read more