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Japan Encephalitis Virus Vacc Adverse Effects
Yes: Encephalitis just means an infection of the brain. Meningitis is an infection of the outer coating that protects the brain. Meningo-encephalitis is the combination of the two. Bacteria usually go first to the meninges but can then progress into the brain. Viruses usually go first to the brain but may set up a inflammation of the meninges as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The encephalon is considered to be the gray matter of the brain. This is where all the neuron cells are located. If an infection sets in to this region it is called an encephalitis. The -itis ending just means inflammation. It is usually virus infections that like to go specifically to the ...Read more
Hard to say: Some studies have quoted mortality from neuroinvasive cases of wnv ~5%, but this must be a huge overestimate. Maybe 3 in 1000 of all cases are severe (or neuroinvasive), so you might guess less than 1 in 5000 cases die. Most of the deaths appear to come in the elderly, chronically ill or immunosuppressed. Treatment is mainly supportive (including intubation & ventilation in severe cases). ...Read more
What are the brain damages occured by japaneese encephalitis virus? What brain structures get affected from it?
All parts: Any portion of the brain and spinal cord may be involved, usually the entire brain is involved (pan-encephalitis). Often the white matter tracts are initially affected leading to severe stiffness. Any part of the brain may get destroyed by the inflammation which results from the initial virus infection. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Travellers to Asia: Certain travellers to asia should get the vaccine and some lab workers who may have increased risk of exposure to the virus. If you are planning travel to asia then check out the cdc website for travel related info and meet with your md or a travel clinic for further information ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: West nile virus is caused by an infection transmitted via a mosquito bite. Many people may be exposed to the virus but never develop symptoms. When symptoms do develop, it is typically fever and headache although more severe symptoms may occur. The cdc has info on west nile activity nationwide: http://www.Cdc.Gov/ncidod/dvbid/westnile/index.Htm. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not common: Most cases of encephalitis are mild with full recovery. However, in some cases there are permanent neurological consequences which may include personality changes, language difficulties, seizures, memory loss, and partial paralysis. I would be pleased to consult with you further on HealthTap. ...Read more
Does encephalitis just happen at any time? The virus you had in the past is dormant in your system then transfers and infects the brain of some people? Or does it more commonly happen in the new infections of the virus' ?
Confusing question: The wording of your question is hard to follow. That said, there are some basics I can state. Most encephalitis viruses burn out and are essentially eliminated by the immune system.There transfer process is type specific, some in saliva during the illness, some by mosquitoes, once healed, you do not pass the virus to others. ...Read more
Can the Mono virus trigger encephalitis, I had mono last year and it destroyed me. Never felt the same now have diplopia/confusion, and MRI was clear ?
Yes, but rarely: Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV), the cause of infectious monoucleosis, can cause encephalitis, but usually during or shortly after mono itself. In addition, EBV, as well as several other viruses, rarely can trigger postinfectious encephalitis, an autoimmune disorder. Having had MRI, you may be in the care of a neurologist, infectious diseases specialist, or both. If not, ask for referral to same. ...Read more
I am 67, had chicken pox at 7 which led to encephalitis. Is it safe for me to get shingles vaccination since it uses live virus?
Snri group SE hard: There are only few groups of antidepressants and how they change brain chemicals ssri snri sari dnri zoloft Paxil Prozac Celexa lexopro all are ssri except Paxil they can be stopped if have se pt will be fine after a little problem same with dnri which has wellbutrin hard ones are snri Effexor Cymbalta Pristiq (desvenlafaxine) as they have norep do withdrawals are bad dont do it yourself go to doctor to wean off. ...Read more
Maybe, untreated : Safety during pregnancy is a matter for discussion between patient, high risk obstetrician & doctor who prescribes the meds. Risk to mom of not treating must be weighed against the benefit of treating with risk to baby. Not treating may increase risk or worsening depression, miscarriage, prematurity, or postpartum depression. Risk to baby is a rarely occurring neonatal pulmonary hypertension. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It depends...: ...on what the side effects are. Paliperidone (Invega) is a an atypical antipsychotic approved for the treatment of schizophrenia. The most common acute side effect is restlessness and muscle twitches. Common intermediate side effects are weight gain, increased cholesterol, increased glucose and an increased risk of diabetes. There are some more serious, rarer side effects in the long-term. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ill effects of GABA: Neurontin (gabapentin) modulates excitatory neurotransmitter release and the side effects can be burdensome. These include the more common dizziness, somnolence, fatigue, swelling of the legs, nausea/vomiting, hostility tremor, blurred vision, headache and constipation to name but a few. If you experience any of these and they persist then you should contact your doctor to discuss further. Good luck. ...Read more
Age, strain,genetics: Marijuana is hazardous for young people- regular users will have lower iq til about age 17. Some people become very anxious from it- this is related to your genetics/constitution but can also be influenced by the strain as diff. Strains have varying ratios of thc, cbd etc, thus some are more calming ; agitating. Like all medicines, what helps some can harm others ; it is not for everybody! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I was wondering did risperdal's manufacturer provide insufficient warning labels regarding its adverse effects?
They did provide: Medication side effects are supposed to be revealed by the drug developer. However, it may take several years of use in real life settings before certain side effects are fully appreciated, evaluated and understood. ...Read more
Tissue paper: While the best choice would obviously be a facial tissue or toilet paper, a leaf could be an effective alternative. There is a big depends, though. It depends on your choice of leaves. There are many that could be safe, but many that would not be. If you haven't had itching or rash from where it contacted your face, you'll probably be okay. If you need again, use a part of your clothes. ...Read more
What are the dangers and benefits of colon hydrotherapy? Can the adverse effects of colon hydrotherapy be reversed?
We make effort to: Not expose potentially or actually pregnant women to any ionizing radiation. The effects are on the developing pregnancy and depend on developmental age. You would need to know how many weeks pregnant at time of exposure. Tell your obstetrician or report back to where the x-ray procedure was done. ...Read more
Kojic acid : Kojic acid has bleaching potential and as such try it on discolored skin for a limited period of time (usually 6 weeks). ...Read more
Are there any adverse effects of coming into contact with sunlight when taking vitamin b tablets?
Would Modafinil have adverse effects on someone who already has Tourette's in treating their ADHD?
Proceed with caution: Among patient's with Tourette's, it is not uncommon to find ADHD as well. And there are studies with drugs used to manage ADHD. So while the general rule is that stimulants make tics worse, studies with both methylphenidate and Stattera suggesting that these drugs do not worsen TS at normal doses. However, I could find nothing on modafinil. The other two drugs might be better first choices. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can there be any adverse effects to a mistake double dose of prometrium (micronized progesterone)?
No: It won;t hurt you. Sometimes it might make you tired or dizzy but that will go away. ...Read more
I have drank alcohol while having Paxil (paroxetine) in my system. Can this have any adverse effects?
Sometimes: Usually taking ssri meds such as Paxil (paroxetine) does not have serious adverse effects when combined with alcohol. However, Paxil (paroxetine) can increase your risk for bleeding, so if you do drink excessively, take blood thinners, Aspirin or nsaids be careful. If you are taking Paxil (paroxetine) for depression, then alcohol can make your depression worse. It is best to avoid it as much as you can when taking this med. ...Read more
Will heavy squeezing of boobs during intercourse and fore play, will it have any adverse effects in future?
Not likely : It is very unlikely that that action would have any concerning effect in the future. It is possible you may have some contraction like activity or squeezing, menstrual like pains from vigorous stimulation of the nipples, for example. It is extremely unlikely that there would be any concern other than too vigorous squeezing that might injure or bruise the breast. Best of luck to you! ...Read more
Are there any adverse effects if I accidentally took a double dose of prometrium (micronized progesterone)?
While in hospital, a tourniquet was left on my husbands arm for 15 hours. Will this have any adverse effects?
Eye For An Eye: I'd guess not, otherwise you'd be asking me if there are any complications or adverse effects of an amputation. An elastic tourniquet for blood draw is meant to obstruct superficial venous return so in the long run nothing serious should result except maybe skin irritation or numbness. Suggest to hospital administration to apply a 15-hour tourniquet to the person who left yours on. Arm for an Arm. ...Read more
Are there adverse effects from using cannabis while taking hyophen? Is serotonin syndrome a concern with this combination?
Dont think so: but you have to move out of state ...Read more
Is it ok to take amoxicillin with alluperional for a man at the age of 54, and is there any adverse effects other than a rash?
Sick: You could get dress syndrome this could make you very sick. ...Read more
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