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How Can I Treat Facial Injuries And Disorders
Depends: As usual, it depends on the injury. If we're talking about just contusion without fracture, then just time, perhaps warm compresses to help resolve bruising, and pain relievers. If there are fractures, typically it's just time and stabilization. Fractures involving the mandible and maxilla, or dental fractures require a lot more care and rehabilitation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Maybe: Primary anorgasmia (never had one) vs secondary anorgasmia (stopped having them) is important. Change in hormones, low hormones, bad technique, a hooded clitoris, stress, inhibition and many other things may be causing the problem. Most women have their first orgasm via masturbation. If that is not working either, then its time to get help from your family doc. This can be fixed most of the time! ...Read more
Can be all those: All of us need to have some healthy self-interest -- healthy narcissism -- to deal with life. But when this becomes greatly exaggerated, squeezing out the needs of others, we get into difficulty. There are narcissistic personality disorders which maybe 4-7% of our society has. These involve fixed patterns of relating with several criteria. Yes it is treatable - with great care and patience. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It is well known dis: Osteosarcoma is a cancer of the bone which requires a sarcoma specialist for best treatment. It is curable in a large proportion of patients provided they are treated by a team of medical oncologist and an orthopedic surgeon working as a team together. I would ask you to seek a second opinion from a known sarcoma center which are only found in major cancer centers. ...Read more
Is AvPD or indeed any personality disorder truly and completely treatable? My issues are so long standing, I can't imagine myself without them.
Sounds like a: Term reserved for a condition with many unclear symptoms. You need a long visit with a doctor who can make a list of all your symptoms and get proper tests before he can recommend any treatment. ...Read more
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Does Crohn's disease influence the onset of gingivitis? And if it does, is it treatable? (The gingivitis) Thank you!
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What is prostatitis abacterial please describe I m really worried I too have this problem. Is it treatable disease? Please help me sir what does it affect?
See physician: Several types;acute bacterial prostatitis pain. Urinary tract symptoms, fever, chills. Chronic bacterial less severe, repeat episodes. Nonbacterial chronic prostatitis; pain in the genitals and pelvic area, difficulty or pain urinating, and sometimes pain during or after ejaculation. Bacterial treated with antibiotics for about 2 weeks. Chronic infection treated for longer periods of time. ...Read more
Sleeping sickness: African Sleeping Sickness is serious blood borne disease transmitted by the tsetse fly which can be lethal. East African trypanosomiasis is caused by Trypanosoma brucei rhodesiense. West African trypanosomiasis (Gambian sleeping sickness) is caused by Trypanosoma brucei gambiense. Treatment depends on which type. The is also South American Trypanosomiasis. ...Read more
Moebius?: Congenital facial nerve paralysis is called moebius syndrome. (this may be what you have, although it is specific and rare.) it is caused by underdevelopment of cranial nerves vi and vii. There are no real cures for this, but there are some maneuvers to deal with the effects of the paralysis. Craniofacial centers are specialized centers that can be important resources. ...Read more
Stem Cells: Every day there are new diseases help with stem cells. In ga we have keyon's law to inform patients about stem cell donation and banking. Keyon had sickle cell disease and was cured with the stem cell transplant. It is use to treat cancers, CP etc. The cord blood cells are powerful and can be transfused into the a patient and they seem to know where to go to fix diseases. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hirsutism of PCOS: Excess facial hair (hirsutism) in female is often caused by androgen (male-hormone) excess, commonly from polycystic-ovarian-syndrome (pcos). Adequate treatment of pcos, which is difficult, often improves facial hair, but takes time. Some med such as spironolactone can help, but again takes many months. Laser or electrolysis are probably most effective and fastest. Consult doc for eval. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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