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Doctor insights on: How To Treat Antiphospholipid Syndrome Quickly

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Dr. Victor Beshay
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Antiphospholipid Syndrome (Definition)

An autoimmune disorder that causes excess clotting, which can deplete platelents and ...Read more


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How can you treat Down syndrome (trisomy 21)?

How can you treat Down syndrome (trisomy 21)?

Supportively: Down syndrome itself does not need to be treated however certain conditions that can go along with ds should be managed and prevented if possible. These include monitoring for disturbances in growth and obesity, getting a cardiac workup to evaluate the heart function, have hearing and vision testing, check thyroid function, monitor the blood yearly for abnormal blood counts, good dental hygiene. ...Read more

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How to treat noonan syndrome?

How to treat noonan syndrome?

Noonan syndrome: is a genetic disorder which is not treatable. Management usually consists of a combined effort with a medical team consisting of a cardiologist, hematologist, endocrinologist and dentist, along with a primary care provider for routine vaccinations and coordination of care. ...Read more

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How can we treat patau syndrome?

How can we treat patau syndrome?

Supportively: Patau is a chromosomal abnormality of trisomy 13. There is no treatment of the cause but the various symptoms can be treated. For example, heart defects can be repaired, polydactyly can be corrected. However, many children live only a short time so often the goal is comfort care. ...Read more

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How do you treat wernickes syndrome?

How do you treat wernickes syndrome?

Thiamine: Acute wernicke's is a medical emergency for which thiamine is the key to successful treatment. Longstanding wernicke's, with mental changes, poor coordination, and problems moving the eyes, can only be treated with support. ...Read more

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How to cure patellofemoral syndrome?

How to cure patellofemoral syndrome?

Control Inflammation: Patellofemoral pain is caused by inflammation under the knee cap caused by irregular tracking when bending knee. To control symtoms you can ice joint, strengthen inner thigh muscles (vmo), use patella-stabilization brace, and take oral anti-inflammatory medication. Treatment usually requires activity limits for period of time, such as decreased running and staying on soft, flat surfaces. ...Read more

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How do you treat turner syndrome?

How do you treat turner syndrome?

Detection/support: At diagnosis, there are tests that need to be done to look for hidden problems in the heart and blood vessels. Most then need normal care in early childhood until they get close to expected puberty. Referral to a pediatric endocrinologist (hormone doc) will assist their short height and transition into female development. Counseling with a geneticist when she becomes older can help her understand ...Read more

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What's a natural way to treat long qt syndrome?

What's a natural way to treat long qt syndrome?

Talk to doctor: The american heart association and american college of cardiology have made recommendations for the treatment of patients with long qt syndrome. This condition is often managed jointly by a cardiologist and electrophysiologist. Thus, discussion of any therapies for this condition that might deviate from standard practice could warrant an informed discussion between patient and providers. ...Read more

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How can you treat chronic fatigue syndrome?

How can you treat chronic fatigue syndrome?

Many things!: Exercise. Most chronic fatigue patients are whoefully deconditioned. It makes no difference: chicken or egg. Exercise has been shown to lessen fatigue. Sleep regular hours, but do not over sleep. Finally, your doctor can prescribed low dose Nuvigil or provigil. ...Read more

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How common is it for somebody to get serotonin syndrome?

How common is it for somebody to get serotonin syndrome?

Uncommon: Serotonin related medications are generally safe as a class, and serotonin syndrome is very uncommon. ...Read more

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How long can it take for toxic shock syndrome to affect you?

How long can it take for toxic shock syndrome to affect you?

In few days: Toxic shock syndrome is a serious, life-threatening illness caused by toxins released by two specific types of bacteria, group a streptococcus and staphylococcus aureus. This condition has been most often associated with the use of tampons in menstruating women.Tss can occur as a complication of surgery or skin infections. ...Read more

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How do you treat sjogren syndrome?

How do you treat sjogren syndrome?

Rx of Sjogren's: Most rheumatologists use hydroxycholorquine based on dosing of 6mg/kg of body weight. I also use auranofin with most patients. I treat fatigue and mental fog with modafinil. Some uncommon but serious problems that can occur in sjogren's have recently been treated with IV rituxan, (rituximab) with reasonably good results. ...Read more

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How can I best treat dandy walker syndrome?

How can I best treat dandy walker syndrome?

Dandy Walker: If the dandy walker is symptomatic the cyst can fenestrated or opened and sometimes a tube can be placed to divert the spinal fluid to another space such as the stomach. ...Read more

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How can I treat post concussive syndrome?

How can I treat post concussive syndrome?

Time and activity: Unfortunately, the only intervention that has been proven to speed up the recovery time of postconcussive syndrome is light exercise. The best thing to do is stay active as much as possible, and advance your level of activity as tolerated. While there are symptomatic treatments for some aspects of the disease (headache, insomnia, vertigo), they do not help with recovery. ...Read more

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How to diagnose brown syndrome?

How to diagnose brown syndrome?

MRI: A rare disorder, in which the tendon of the superior oblique eye muscle becomes entrapped. Mri and mr angiography are recommended studies, the MRI study may need to be performed with gadolinium enhancement. ...Read more

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How does the doctor diagnose wiskott-aldrich syndrome?

How does the doctor diagnose wiskott-aldrich syndrome?

See your Doctor: Laboratory and hematologic testing is essential. Possibly genetic testing as well. Lastly, the history and physical exam are very important. See an immunologist! ...Read more

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How to cure yourself of metabolic syndrome?

How to cure yourself of metabolic syndrome?

Diet and Exercise: Life style changes 1Eat a healthy diet,low in carbs,low in salt.low in trans fats,High in fruite,veggies and lean protein,beans,whole grains and low fat diarySome recommend Dash diet 2Loose weight if you are over weight or obese 3Exercise like walking and gym,bicycling,and others 4If you smoke QUIT 5Talk to your doctor if you need meds for High BP,hIGH Cholesterl,Aspirin and Metformin ...Read more

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Can you treat sjogrens syndrome?

Can you treat sjogrens syndrome?

Yes, depends: The chronic condition is difficult to treat but may respond to topical eye and mouth treatments. In rare cases biological agents such as humera are prescribed to treat this. ...Read more

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How is piriformis syndrome treated? And how long does it take to go away?

How is piriformis syndrome treated? And how long does it take to go away?

Piriformis symdrome: manifests when the sciatic nerve is compressed by a muscle in the buttocks called the piriformis uscle. you can have lower back pain and also in the hip (or sciatic notch). worse with sitting, running or cycling. You can reduce pain by various exercises, stretches, and anti inflammatories. It can take up to 4 to 6 weeks to get relief. see a doctor ...Read more

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