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Is Brao A Permanent Condition
Sometimes: For most patients sinusitis can be a self limited event treated well by medication, allergy control, and surgery. Other patients may have sinusitis for a very long time. Sinus surgery and aggressive allergy control will help limit the severity, duration, and frequency of sinusitis, but they may truly have chronic sinus disease. ...Read more
No Such Thing: Psoriasis is a chronic autoimmune disease that effects the skin and sometimes the joints. There is no cure. If it is severe, some of the newer IV or injectable drugs can get you better control than creams, but there is no cure. Talk to a dermatologist about your options and make sure that your diagnosis is correct in the first place. ...Read more
Yes: Any illness, physical or mental will be in the record. However, many people have had such diagnoses. If you have a mental health issue the most important thing is to get treatment. ...Read more
Yes...: Chronic bronchitis is a form of copd, typically caused by smoking. It is a slowly progressive, incurable disease so, once diagnosed, it is permanent. The way to prevent it is to avoid smoking or quit now if your are smoking. Once diagnosed, smoking cessation will slow disease progression but the disease is incurable. Smoking cessation also decreases the risk of lung cancer and other cancers, too. ...Read more
Depends: Lumbar stenosis is typically does not resolve on its own. It usually from hypertrophied ligaments or bones. If, however, stenosis is secondary to a herniated disc, this may resolve on its own. Discs have a fluid-like component which can dessicate over time, and as the disc dries up it lifts pressure off the nerve roots. ...Read more
Disability: The question of disability is a difficult one. Disability is determined not by a specific disease, but instead by what a patient is able or unable to do. Mild degenerative disc disease can manifest in different ways. Based on the fact that it is mild, it is unlikely to cause symptoms that are severe enough for disability. However disability is determined by the patient's ability to perform activities and work. Determination of disability requires evaluation by your doctor. ...Read more
As far as I know: This has never been documented.Get a more detailed answer ›
Hi, I have had sinusitis for the past two years, I have tried everything but it keeps coming back. I need a permanent way to stop this disease.
Sinusitis: We unfortunately have no idea what you mean by "everything" and without your medical history its not possible to advise you. ...Read more
I am suffering from cold urticaria since six month. I was prescribed many medicine but they don't work at all. I want permanent cure from this disease.
Cold urticaria: So does everyone with cold urticaria, one of several "physical urticarias". It is usually very bothersome, usually doesn't involve the respirator tract and can be difficult to control. It rarely can be associated with cold agglutinins a possible marker of more severe underlying disease. See a board certified allergist for evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Depends on diagnosis: Whether or not a respiratory disease is considered permanent depends on the specific diagnosis. For example, one can have pneumonia or bronchitis infection that is curable and therefore temporary. Some diseases like "copd"--chronic obstructive pulmonary disease--would be considered long-standing. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Sometimes.: It is caused by the continued use of certain medications. The longer you take them the higher the chance of it being irreversible. Some people improve with certain medical treatments. Be sure to see your doctor about possible treatments. ...Read more
DBT: Dbt, or dialetic behavioral therapy, formulated and developed by marsha linehan, pH. D. Is currently though of as being very effective. Just about the biggest goal of this kind of therapy for this kind of disorder is to maintain boundaries. ...Read more
No: No. It can affect your heart but this probably caused by something else. See cardiologist to find out. ...Read more
How long does alzheimer's disease "take" from first symptoms 'til complete and permanent loss of all control?
About 8 years: Alzheimer's disease progresses differently in different people but the duration on the average is 8 years from diagnosis to death. ...Read more
I have gastroesophageal reflex problem, so what food I should take in my entire life. Is it temporary disease or permanent?
Need for examination:
How do you know that you have gastro-intestinal reflux (gerd)? How much do you weight? Do some foods cause more symptoms? Gerd can be due to many causes and each needs to be addressed diffently. See this site for more info and address the matter with your doctor.
http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/gerd/ds00967. ...Read more
If this is a permanent condition, why did I have geographic tongue as a baby and than it disappeared until now (26 yrs later)?
I am suffering from migraine, sometimes pain is so severe I cannot stop crying. Don't we have any permenant heal to this disease?
If you develop the condition geographic tongue, is it usually permanent meaning the patches will pretty much always be there for life?
No: If the identifiable reason for it has been found and corrected, you have a chance to cure it. ...Read more