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Home Remedies For Immune Suppression
Is there any viral infections known to cause bone pain of 2 and a half months along with severe immune suppression that last with out treatment forit?
Chikungunya: I don't know if you would have the appropriate exposure history - but chikunguyna comes to mind. It's possible to get infected with this by a mosquito - then have prolonged joint/bone pains. Best to see a doctor about this... http://www.cdc.gov/chikungunya/symptoms/index.html ...Read more
Our immune systems are complex, with defense functions against external threats and internal functions that define us as unique individuals. Therapeutic medications to control diseases of overactivity of the immune system (like lupus) or to prevent rejection of transplanted organs we want to trick the body into considering "self" have consequences caused by unwanted ...Read more
Many things: Wash hands often, stay away from ill people, don't touch your face after being in public (until you've washed your hands), wear a mask if you must be in a hospital, day care or other facility where people may be ill. Don't eat in restaurants that do not have an "a" rating, avoid pot lucks and buffets, don't share food, drink or utensils with others. Clean cuts quickly, use new razors, etc. ...Read more
Is chronically borderline low wbc concerning? Most recently 4.3 w/ reference range 3.4-10.8. All differentials in range. Indicate immune suppression?
Individual Normals: Individuals tend to be consistent for many such variables over time, though disease or other change in health can alter them. normal ranges are designed to include only 95% of people who are healthy. Being consistently on the low end or even just below the range. While some "normal" values may indeed indicate disease for that person, it is more common for normal people to fall just outside normal. ...Read more
What do doctors consider when looking at the amount of immune suppression drugs used for a kidney transplant patient?
Many Considerations: There are many issues that can affect the amount of immunosuppression given to a recipient. The relationship between the donor and the recipient, the specific donor kidney source, the age of the recipient, the liver and bone marrow function, prior use of immunosuppressive drugs, prior cancer or infections, are just some of the medical variables that play a role. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Has abscess on butt for first time. On remicade for uc (3 infusions so far). Is this due to dormant infection exploding from immune suppression?
Yes, partly: Infliximab lowers your ability to fight infection. You should be very careful about keeping your body clean-more than usual. The abscess should be opened to help it heal. Tell the doc who rx'd Infliximab about the abscess before you get your next dose. If other abscesses develope, you may have to stop the drug. ...Read more
Hi I'm on immune suppression medications, I have doxycycline hyclate, can I take it for a sinus infection? Any negative interaction w suppression med
What about radiation for breast cancer hitting the thymus gland? Can this not cause immune suppression?
She has been diagnosed with factor 7 deficiency and has now developed inhibitors against factor 7? What are the treatment options? Immunosuppression?
See a hematologist: This is a complex and severe condition and should be managed face to face with a specialist in this area. The internet is not the place for speculation. You need to be examined, tests run and treatment planned with careful discussion and patient/physician interchange. ...Read more
Insufficient info: I suspect you mean IgA nephropathy. Iga (immunoglobulin a) is one of the 5 groups of proteins that contain antibodies. Iga nephropathy is an autoimmune kidney disease where IgA can be found in the kidney. The disease responds poorly to treatment. Your cousin should see a kidney specialist who has an interest in this disease in a tertiary care center. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If there are no auto immune disorders, what is iritis caused from? Have had it for 2 weeks and currently undergoing aggressive treatment.
Causes of iritis: There are many causes of iritis besides autoimmune diseases. Oftentimes, current or old infectious diseases can present as iritis and one may not discover an identifiable cause in almost 40-50% of cases. Your ophthalmologist can work with your internist to help identify the most common treatable causes. Fortunately, in most cases of anterior uveitis steroids and dilating drops work well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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