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How soon after the treatment can I return to normal activity?

Need more: Sorry, this question can't be answered as-is. Provide information about the treatment and we'll do our best to give information about it. ...Read more

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What treatment is used for medial patellar partial retinaculum tear. How long must i wait until resuming normal activities?

What treatment is used for medial patellar partial retinaculum tear. How long must i wait until resuming normal activities?

Depends: The severity of your knee injury that caused the tear of the medial patellar retinaculum tear will determine the length of your recovery. Physical therapy can be very beneficial to aid your recovery and speed your return to "normal" activities. If you have not seen an orthopaedic surgeon yet, it would probably be worthwhile for you. ...Read more

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I play water polo & I have shoulder subluxation, my doc said therapy should help return 2 normal activity, polo isnt normal activity, howcan iplayagain?

I play water polo & I have shoulder subluxation, my doc said therapy should help return 2 normal activity, polo isnt normal activity, howcan iplayagain?

Prolotherapy: Prolotherapy can repair the torn ligaments in the shoulder and let you regain an stable shoulder. Visiv www.Getprolo.Com ot www.Aaomed.Org for information and for a doctor to help you. ...Read more

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How might my normal activities change during my treatment?

How might my normal activities change during my treatment?

Need more info...: "treatment" encompasses so many different therapies. It is impossible to answer this question without knowing what treatment you are referring to. ...Read more

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Treatment for bulky uterus 10.7cm long axis 5.3cm thick, normal adnexas?

Treatment for bulky uterus 10.7cm long axis 5.3cm thick, normal adnexas?

Depends: In general no treatment for a uterus that is just bulky. It really depends on why you had the ultrasound and what your plans are for children. Mild uterine enlargement is often times associated with adenomyosis and fibroids, but can also be seen in an early pregnancy before the gestation is visible. More info is really needed to answer your question. ...Read more

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Normally, how long would the treatment take to cure malaria?

Normally, how long would the treatment take to cure malaria?

Depends: Not enough information; sorry. The treatment course depends on: -disease severity--has it impacted brain, kidney, liver? -which form? P. Falciparum or p vivax? -resistance to medications? -age of person? -pregnancy? -medicine choice all these variables influence the length of malaria treatment. Briefest answer. Uncomplicated p. Falciparum--rx'd for 3 days uncomplicated p. Vivax rx'd 14 days. ...Read more

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How long can a person with hodgkin's keep living normally untreated before they become really sick? Can they be well 3 years later without treatment?

Wow: Good question. Patients with certain kinds of non-hodkin's can do well for over a decade with no therapy but i'm not sure the same is true for hd. Why would someone not want to be treated for a very curable illness? ...Read more

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Does testosterone return to normal after doing axiorn treatment?

Does testosterone return to normal after doing axiorn treatment?

It Should: The answer is yes, if it is dosed correctly. Since Axiron will supply you with testosterone exogenously {outside of the body}, it will down-regulate the natural production from your testis. Your testis will produce less sperm and may contract {shrink} slightly. On the positive side, your testosterone levels should become therapeutic {approx 350ng/dl - 750ng/dl}. ...Read more

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Will I have to change my normal activities due to treatment for non-hodgkin's lymphoma?

Will I have to change my normal activities due to treatment for non-hodgkin's lymphoma?

Depends: Chemotherapy can make you tired as well as your disease. Depending on your overall condition, it may be hard to work full time or at all. The portacath may limit some types of exercise and work duties. It is also good to stay out of crowds to reduce infection. Having said that, I have many patients who have little change in their routine except on the days they receive chemotherapy. ...Read more

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