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How do complementary doctors treat congenital hypothyroidism?

How do complementary doctors treat congenital hypothyroidism?

Thyroid hormone: The treatment for congenital hypothyroidism is to replace the missing hormone, thyroxine, and monitor the treatment. I would hope all health providers would treat it the same way! it's a very natural treatment (it's replacing the same missing hormone the body is not making) and usually all that is necessary. ...Read more

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Dr. Judy Saslow
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Hypothyroidism (Infant And Child) (Definition)

Congenital hypothyroidism is a medical condition in which babies have low levels of thyroid hormone. Thyroid hormone is crucial for development, especially development of the brain, and lack of thyroid hormone can lead to mental retardation. Causes of congenital hypothyroidism include the failure of the thyroid gland to form (agenesis) or immature brain to gland signaling. Treatment via thyroid hormone replacement is very effective. ...Read more


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How do complementary doctors treat hashimoto's disease?

How do complementary doctors treat hashimoto's disease?

Not at all: While complementary medicine may help with symptoms, the true management of hypothyroidism requires prescription medication. ...Read more

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How do complementary doctors treat ebstein anomaly?

How do complementary doctors treat ebstein anomaly?

Specialists Needed: Ebstein's anomaly is a serious congenital heart problem that requires surgical correction by a highly trained team headed by a pediatric cardiovascular surgeon and pediatric cardiologist. ...Read more

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How do integrative doctors treat congenital heart disease?

How do integrative doctors treat congenital heart disease?

Comprehensive care: Congenital heart disease should be cared for in hospitals with a dedicated team of highly trained specialists, including pediatric cardiologists, congenital heart surgeons, intensive care physicians/ neonatologists, nurses, respiratory therapists, nutritionists, social work, physical and speech therapists, family support team, and other medical consultants to provide integrated care. ...Read more

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How do complementary doctors treat bph?

How do complementary doctors treat bph?

BPH natural remedies: There are many herbs and natural remedies that may help improve symptoms of bph. Most are based in the saw palmetto. Pumpkin seeds, corn silkian, soy, tomatoes, watermelon seeds, stinging nettle ( in europe) http://tlc.Howstuffworks.Com/family/home-remedies-for-prostate-problems.Htm. ...Read more

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How do complementary doctors treat diverticular disease?

How do complementary doctors treat diverticular disease?

Variably: The condition requires only simple medical and dietary recommendations. Diverticulitis is a complication, and treatment is different depending on severity. ...Read more

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How do complementary doctors treat blepharitis?

How do complementary doctors treat blepharitis?

Baby shampoo: Clean the lashes every morning and again during the day if needed with 1/4 strength baby shampoo. If this doesn't help, it could be an infection so you should see someone. ...Read more

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How do complementary doctors treat depression?

How do complementary doctors treat depression?

Meditation and ...: Complementary and alternative medicine doctors (or non-doctors) treat depression with multiple modalities including: meditation, diet, tai-chi, exercise, all of which show some benefit. Others use treatments with no demonstrated value such as blood irradiation, colonic cleansing . . ...Read more

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How do integrative doctors treat candidiasis?

How do integrative doctors treat candidiasis?

Fungus Infection: It depends on location again. For babies you give oral Nystatin solution. If located in the skin give Nystatin cream. ...Read more

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How do integrative doctors treat cleft lip?

How do integrative doctors treat cleft lip?

Integrative TEAM: A single doctor is integrated into a team. Cleft lips generally don't require much integration. Once repaired, a cleft lip usually has few long term sequelae other than the scars from the repair. A cleft palate (with or without cleft lip) requires a team approach which often involves facial plastic surgeons, ent's, speech pathologist, and other specialists based on other needs of the patient. ...Read more

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How do doctors treat cardiovascular diseases?

How do doctors treat cardiovascular diseases?

Cardiovasc diseases: Your question is too broad and open ended question. Cardiovascular diseases are vast and treatment options are like a ocean. So be specific about your disease. So that i can answer it. ...Read more

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How do complementary doctors treat ankylosing spondylitis?

How do complementary doctors treat ankylosing spondylitis?

BE CAREFUL: As can be a serious disease and when progressive the spine can begin to fuse together. This makes chiropractic manipulation potential dangerous, accupuncture, massage, physical therapy under physician's orders and with therapists who know as, and aquatic therapy are options. ...Read more

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How do complementary doctors treat prolonged labor?

How do complementary doctors treat prolonged labor?

Unsure: I have no knowledge of a complementary doctor providing intrapartum obstetric care. The length of the labor is directly related to labor, delivery, and postpartum complications - so a prolonged labor does need to be managed in some manner to expedite a safe delivery, for both mother and baby. ...Read more

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How do physicians diagnose cushing's disease?

How do physicians diagnose cushing's disease?

Labs and imaging: A lab draw or urine test can tell if your body is making too much cortisol. This is a condition called cushing's syndrome. Cushing's disease is cushing's syndrome caused by a pituitary tumor. Imaging studies (MRI) can locate this tumor. ...Read more

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How do doctors correct congenital cataracts?

How do doctors correct congenital cataracts?

Depends: If the cataract is visually significant and treatment is indicated, they can do surgery to remove the cataract. Then at the same surgery they can place an artificial lens or not. If not, one would need to wear glasses or a contact lens to rehabilitate the eye and see. ...Read more

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How do doctors treat dyssomnias in children?

How do doctors treat dyssomnias in children?

Differential is long: You need to see your pediatrician, and ideally, a pediatric sleep specialist. The differential diagnosis is long. The treatment tends to fall in to one of two broad categories (or a combination of both): psychological (cognitive-behavioral) and pharmacological. Most important thing is to find a pediatric sleep specialist to further evaluate. ...Read more

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How do doctors treat cataracts?

How do doctors treat cataracts?

Cataract removal: The lens: usually clear, behind iris & like a "pillow in a pillowcase". When cloudy/white & affecting vision, surgery needed. Goal: remove top part of pillow case (anterior capsule), remove pillow (cataract), keep back pillow case intact (posterior capsule), place a new lens; Goal: keep capsular bag intact; ultrasound & lasers used to remove lens. More info: eyedoc2020.blogspot.com ...Read more

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Will subclinical hypothyroidism turn into hypothyroidism? Why some doctors prefer not to treat subclinical hypothyroidism? Is the treatment bad?

Will subclinical hypothyroidism turn into hypothyroidism? Why some doctors prefer not to treat subclinical hypothyroidism? Is the treatment bad?

Multiple choice ??: Sub clinical hypothyroidism will turn into hypothyroidism in a number of cases. Treating is not bad or dangerous. We just need to have the clinical findings, symptoms and findings to make the numbers fit the patient, not the other way around. ...Read more

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Dr. Su Fairchild
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Hypothyroidism (Definition)

When the thyroid gland is overactive and too much thyroid hormone is produced, which speeds up metabolism. This results in weight loss, a quick heartbeat, sweating, nervousness, ...Read more