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Is There A Cure For Vertiginous Migraine
Paroxysmal vertigo: Sudden episodes of intense vertigo, with or without nausea and vomiting, can be migraine equivalents, and may or may not be associated with the headache per se. Wise to get tested to confirm diagnosis. Best way to control, use prophylactic migraine meds such as depakote, topirimate, beta-blockers, but also consider otc preps like magnesium, riboflavin, feverfew, butterbur. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Time: Labyrinthitis is an inflammation of your balance centers. It is usually self limited and improves with time. We treat the symptoms so the patients find relief until the inflammation goes away which is usually several days. If the vertigo does not go away it needs to be reevaluated as there might be another scenario. Any hearing loss needs to be evaluated immediately! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes: There are a series of movements called the epley maneuver that can be done to help. Here is a link to my favorite site for info on bpv: http://www.Dizziness-and-balance.Com/disorders/bppv/bppv.Html scroll down about halfway to "home treatment for bppv". If this doesn't work, see your doctor. There are other in-office treatments. You also might need verification that bpv is really what you have. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
How is it diagnosed?: Some people can have sharp shooting pains in different nerves or muscle spasms as a result of nerve compression or previous surgery or invasive procedure on spine get MRI with contrast show enhancement of meningies or arachnoid---the treatment relate to finding a cause or just treat the resulting symptom--has there been a spinal tap?Did you have meningitis before, etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
There is treatment: Inflammation of the lining of the brain is considered as meningitis. This inflammation can be caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi, parasites, chemicals, etc. Once the condition is diagnosed and the agent identified, an appropriate treatment can get rid of the condition. Followup studies can then show that the condition was "cured". Some can recur or become chronic. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Treatment vs cure: One thing to note is that mild stuttering is normal up to about 5 yrs of age in some children. Severe stuttering may require evaluation and treatment earlier. If over 5 yr or severe, then speech therapist will help teach the person how to control. Cured... Maybe not, it might reappear in particularly stressful situations in some people, but controlled, yes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Check out this link.: I honestly would say there's no cure but there are ways to alleviate the condition. Take care! http://vestibular.org/living-vestibular-disorder/tips-and-tools. http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=zqokxzrbjfw&desktop_uri=%2fwatch%3fv%3dzqokxzrbjfw. ...Read more
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No perfect pill: If you can obtain a triptan and take within the first 60-90 minutes of the migraine, this should abort the headache within 2 hrs. Meds to try include imitrex, zomig, maxalt, treximet, frova, relpax (eletriptan). If beyond timespan, consider an ergotamine or cambia. There are meds to prevent headaches, and your doctor might design a program, . ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Misophonia : Gaining a better understanding about this condition and determining if related to other entities such as ocdp and tourette are important first steps towards effective treatment for you and coping for your loved ones. Regarding it as a possible evolutionary advantage could also be advantageous. Humorous mimicry with those your comfortable with, acupuncture, and talk therapy may also serve helpful. ...Read more
Depression is Treatable with very good results for:
•Overcoming hopelessness and despair
•Improving motivation, energy and sleep
•Unresolved Feelings with family members
•Resolving conflicts in relationships
•Enjoying personal hobbies
•Feeling pleasure in relationships
•Feeling Blessings and Wonders of Life
See a psychiatrist for Therapy and discuss antidepressant medication. ...Read more
No: There is no cure for neurofibromatosis and goal of treatment is to relieve symptoms. Painful cutaneous and subcutaneous tumors and those that occur on visible areas of the body may be removed surgically. Surgery also may be performed to remove schwannomas and nerve tissue tumors (neurofibromas) that cause pain, sensory loss, and loss of function. ...Read more
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