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How to treat glomerolitis?

How to treat glomerolitis?

It is treated : Depending on type of glomeronephritis determines the treatment regimen. If it autoimmune, corticosteriods and other immunsuppressive agents such as Cytoxan and CellCept (mycophenolate mofetil) are used. To better comment we would need to know the type of glomeronephritis that you have. ...Read more

Dr. Michael Steigner
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Bladder Stones (Definition)

Also known as urolithiasis, these are kidney stones that can be found in the urinary tract, which may cause no symptoms or may result pain in the groin and abdomen, nausea, bloody urine, ...Read more


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How to treat chronic prostatis?

How to treat chronic prostatis?

Antibiotics usually: Chronic prostatitis is an often frustrating disease to endure as a patient and frustrating to treat as a physician. There is a related condition known as chronic pelvic pain syndrome. The treatment for chronic prostatitis is simply antibiotic therapy. Continue to follow your urologist recommendations. Pain medications like aleve (naproxen) or related prescription meds like arcoxia can help control symptoms. ...Read more

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How to treat oligospermia?

How to treat  oligospermia?

A specialist eval: Oligospermia refers to a low sperm count (total or concentration). The real issue is sperm function. Men w/ poor function often have low count, motility and few normally shaped sperm. Causes run from genetic, heat (sauna, hot tub), medication (androgens for body-building), recreational drugs, extreme sports, unknown and others (no room here). Treatment based on cause but ivf/icsi works if needed. ...Read more

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How to treat sacralisation?

How to treat sacralisation?

Sacralization: Sacralization is a congenital anomaly that occurs when the transverse processes of the L5 vertebral body fuse to the ilium. The person appears to have 4 lumbar vertebrae instead of 5. The incidence of sacralization occurs in 3.5 % of the population. Sacralization does not cause pain but can lead to adjacent stress on the sacroiliac joints or the disc space and joints above the fused segment. ...Read more

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Cystitis how to treat?

Cystitis how to treat?

Depends: It depends on whether there is active infection or just chronic inflammation. Start with a urine culture, history and physical exam by your doctor, and go from there. Regardless be sure to hydrate well, minimize caffeine, carbonation and dietary irritants. ...Read more

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How to treat balanitis?

How to treat balanitis?

Topicals +: Topical salves, antibiotics, or creams may be used, but sometimes we also need to take pills or do other procedures depending upon the circumstances. ...Read more

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How to treat kidney stones?

How to treat kidney stones?

Kidney stone.: Kidney stones up to 5mm in size will predictably pass on their own. Just drink plenty of water so you produce a lot of urine, dilate those ureters and allow the stone to pass. It may hurt while it's on its way out, but it'll pass. Bigger stones will likely get stuck and will cause tremendous pain and will have to be removed by lithotripsy or cystoscopy. ...Read more

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How to treat kidney stones?

How to treat kidney stones?

Fluids, pain relief: Kidney stones classically cause sudden severe lower back pain, which radiates to the groin, may be associated with nausea. Commonly blood in the urine. May be precipitated by dehydration, so drink plenty. Pain may be eased with NSAID medication such as Diclofenac, or Ibuprofen. If persisting pain, fever, or known impairment of kidney function recommend Dr review same day! ...Read more

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How to treat colitis?

How to treat colitis?

Number of meds: There are a number of meds that can be used Dependent on your age, medical condition, site of involvement, extent of involvement, other meds you are taking, and your response to meds. This can be addressed by your GI DR, and you should be followed by one. ...Read more

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How to treat siriasis?

How to treat siriasis?

Psoriasis?: If you mean "psoriasis", it's often best ignored. I've had success with topical halogenated glucocorticoids such as triamcinolone. Dermatologists have big guns for this disease. ...Read more

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How to treat pseudogout?

How to treat pseudogout?

One or two.: Unless you have primary hyperparathyroidism, which need be checked , and a low 25-oh vit d, then vitamin d3 and adequate calcium will help. Pth drives calcium into cartilage and a factor in the dx. The only other dietary issue: iron overload, hemochromatosis, must be exclude. Nsaids with low dose Colchicine will help. But treat the underlying problem, if they can be found. ...Read more

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How to treat kidney stone?

How to treat kidney stone?

See below: Please consult this site for information on this topic. http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/kidney-stones/basics/definition/con-20024829 ...Read more

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How to treat piles?

How to treat piles?

Diet,local care: Most of the time pile or hemorrhoids could be treated with diet, stool softeners local care. If it fails needs intervention by varieties of surgical procedures. ...Read more

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How to treat piles?

How to treat piles?

Veins: Hemorrhoids are normal veins in the anal canal. They can become inflamed or enlarged with constipation or prolonged and repeated straining to have a bowel movement. Treated at home by avoiding constipation, drink plenty of liquids, eat more fiber (fruits, vegetables, metamucil), avoid junk foods, try warm bath soaks. See a surgeon if symptoms persist. ...Read more

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How to treat of funiculitis?

How to treat of funiculitis?

Funiculitis: It will require antibiotics orally or IV if severed signs of infection is observed . ...Read more

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How to treat osteosclerosis?

How to treat osteosclerosis?

Depends on etiology: Very diverse processes can result in the increased cancellous bone mass producing the radiographic appearance of diffuse osteosclerosis or dense bone. Osteopetrosis, congenital dseasel, renal disease, mastocytosis, deficiency in bone resorption etc. ...Read more

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How to treat ranula?

How to treat ranula?

Soft tissue laser: Ranula is blue swellings under the tongue, caused by salivary glands problem. See your dentist to remove the cyst and blocked gland with for soft tissue laser. It is the best cure and fastest healing and recovery. Good luck. ...Read more

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How to treat clinomania???

How to treat clinomania???

Clinomania: Questions? Do you have low energy level? Are you fatigued? How are your sex drive, appetite and motivation levels? I believe it is important to be checked to determine if there is an underlying health condition or even depression. If your proclivity to stay in your bed is not related to medical/psychological conditions - then consider cognitive behavioral therapy. Take care. ...Read more

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How to treat chalazion?

How to treat chalazion?

Heat: You can try frequent applications of very warm (not hot) washcloths. If this does not work, then your ophthalmologist can remove it in a simple office procedure. ...Read more

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How to treat pid?

How to treat pid?

Go see your doctor: Pelvic inflammatory disease needs to be evaluated & treated by your doctor. Please take your medications as directed. Do not save any for your next infection. ...Read more

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