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Doctor insights on: Inflammatory Conditions

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Dr. Bettina Herbert
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Inflammatory Conditions (Overview)

Inflammatory conditions are ones and which certain factors in the body produced redness, swelling, and in some cases fever. Certain conditions such as psoriasis or rheumatoid arthritis may lead to long-term damage. If you are concerned about an inflammatory condition, I recommend being seen by a rheumatologist. I'm happy to do a consult if needed.


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Do lots of people get inflammatory conditions, or is it unusual?

Do lots of people get inflammatory conditions, or is it unusual?

Webster's definition: Webster's dictionary defines "inflammation" as a local response to cellular injury marked by capillary dilation, white blood cell infiltration, redness, and heat. It is a mechanism initiated to eliminate noxious agents (infection, toxins, foreign substances) and the repair of damaged tissue. Any organ can be involved. While all are treatable, it can be acute, self-limited, relapsing, chronic. ...Read more

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Dr. Bettina Herbert
125 doctors shared insights

Inflammatory Conditions (Overview)

Inflammatory conditions are ones and which certain factors in the body produced redness, swelling, and in some cases fever. Certain conditions such as psoriasis or rheumatoid arthritis may lead to long-term damage. If you are concerned about an inflammatory condition, I recommend being seen by a rheumatologist. I'm happy to do a consult if needed.


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Do symptoms like inflammatory conditions go away quickly?

Do symptoms like inflammatory conditions go away quickly?

If treated: Depends on the area and reason for onset. Aleve/motrin may help but with treatment, it can be dealt with quickly. ...Read more

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Treating Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (Checklist)

Ask for STD testing
Once
Have your partner get STD testing
Once
Take all of your medication exactly as prescribed
Once
Use condoms when having intercourse to prevent STD transmission
Once
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Are there any correlation between chronic skin inflammatory conditions & skin cancer ?

Are there any correlation between chronic skin inflammatory conditions & skin cancer ?

Yes: The best known example is squamous cell carcinoma. These sometimes arise from non-healing wounds that are continually traumatized. Sometimes regenerating tissue works "overtime" and genetic errors creep in which accumulate and result in cancer formation. ...Read more

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What are the most inflammatory conditions?

What are the most inflammatory conditions?

Depends on a lot: The greater the extent of underlying debility and of body/organ involvement, the more likely that inflammatory condition will take its toll on the sufferer. Generalized arthropathies, widespread and active crohn's disease, extensive skin eruptions are troubling examples but may be less immediately life-threatening than localized inflammation of a critical organ like the brain, heart, etc. ...Read more

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Do symptoms like inflammatory conditions go away quickly?

If treated: Depends on the area and reason for onset. Aleve/motrin may help but with treatment, it can be dealt with quickly. ...Read more

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Are some people more prone to getting inflammatory conditions?

Depends - many thing: There are a variety of inflammatory conditions. Some are genetically determined, some depend on environmental exposures, some depend on your metabolism, some depend on your co-morbid medical conditions, some depend on your medications, some depend on your infectious exposures, etc as you can see there is not one simple answer to your question. ...Read more

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Do lots of people get inflammatory conditions, or is it unusual?

Webster's definition: Webster's dictionary defines "inflammation" as a local response to cellular injury marked by capillary dilation, white blood cell infiltration, redness, and heat. It is a mechanism initiated to eliminate noxious agents (infection, toxins, foreign substances) and the repair of damaged tissue. Any organ can be involved. While all are treatable, it can be acute, self-limited, relapsing, chronic. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Inflammatory conditions?

Inflammation: Inflammatory conditions are ones and which certain factors in the body produced redness, swelling, and in some cases fever. Certain conditions such as psoriasis or rheumatoid arthritis may lead to long-term damage. If you are concerned about an inflammatory condition, I recommend being seen by a rheumatologist. I'm happy to do a consult if needed. ...Read more