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Labyrinth Diseases In Children
Vertigo: What is Labyrinth iris? do you mean labyrinthitis? How was it diagnosed? What are your symptoms? How are you being treated. Its difficult to comment when there is no information. This condition is usually due to viral infection and resolves when the viral infection resolves. Your vertigo may be misdiagnosed . Please consult an ENT or neurologist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My mother had her labyrinth removed due to a tumor. She was left with a LOT of noise. Will Lyrica (pregabalin) make it worse?
Maybe: It could make it better or worse or no effect ...Read more
Progeria: Little is known about it.Get a more detailed answer ›
Vaccines : Full schedule of vaccines for the US can be found through the CDC. In brief: Children receive (not in this order): diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, hepatitis A/B, strep pneumo, polio, hemophilus influenza type B, rotavirus, measles, mumps, rubella, varicella, meningococcus, influenza, human papilloma virus. Other vaccines available depending on travel or other circumstances. ...Read more
Not necessarily: Lyme is a complex illness. Some who have it become quite ill, while others have mild symptoms. This depends on the strain of lyme bacteria, genetics of the patient, presence of co-infections like babesia & bartonella & factors that affect immune function like nutrition, parasites, heavy metals, mold exposure & stress.Thus, like adults, some children become quite ill but others have minimal symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Immune disorders: Children may be born with immune disorders that affects white blood cell line or immunoglobulins. Based on the kind of deficit the child is not able to fight bacterial / viral/ parasitic infections. some children have severe combined immunodefiency that affects all cell types. HIV is acquired immunodeficiency. ...Read more
Increased Risk: Incidence of celiac sprue in this country is around 1/130. The niddk has a website for more info, first degree relatives of celiac patients are at much higher risk for developing it. http://digestive.niddk.nih.gov/ddiseases/pubs/celiac/. ...Read more
Infestor vs infector: School kids oft have a relaxed pattern of personal hygene & well developed pattern of sharing.Things that infest (lice/pinworms/scabies mite) are all possibilities for school transmition.Things that infect (bacteria/virus/fungus/etc) are also spread in this close and relaxed environment.As they age & acquire better self monitoring & hygene, the infestors are less prominent. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Here we go...: Many diseases can be caused by both bacteria and viruses - for instance you can have bacterial or viral pneumonia. However, common bacterial infections include strep throat, impetigo, some ear infections, sinusitis, pneumonia, and skin infections, especially in areas with open or injured skin. Then there are les common but more serious things like meningitis, sepsis (blood infection). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Almost any age: Odd is typically more common among teenagers but can be diagnosed in school aged children. There is no age criteria for the diagnosis but diagnosing a toddler with odd would likely be inappropriate. Once a child understands what adults are looking for and intentionally engages in behavior that defies authority figures (this goes beyond parental defiance) then the child might be odd. ...Read more
Not rare disease MD: It's the rare disease in whatever area the disease exists in--the rare heart disorder, the rare cancer, the rare skin disease, etc. Fully-trained and board-certified peds cardiologists, oncologists, dermatologists, would be able to treat not only the routine and everyday cardiac, cancer or skin problems and diseases, but also the rare or unusual ones. Some will be better and smarter than others! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Belly aches: There are many ... Abdominal pain, cramping, diarrhea, bloated feeling. The more subtle sign might be growth delay - not growing as quickly as other kids. Also, certain kinds of rashes are subtle signs of celiac (look-up dermatitis herpetiformis). The trigger is wheat containing foods and other products. ...Read more
WHAT DISORDER ?: To get the most out of this information site you need to be follow some basic rules.Within your submission, provide pertinent background information.In this case it would be the name of the disorder. Then ask a clear question, as you have. Since you provided no background, we don't know if your issue is food poisoning, cystic fibrosis, etc. We cannot see your uploads or or prior questions ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Age is a factor: There are 3 age patterns of hd, childhood, young adult and older patients. The disease is quite similar across groups. Several studies have looked at prognostic factor. Age is the most significant in predicting outcome. ...Read more
Viral illness: Croup is usually viral illness affecting upper airway that is self limited. Most cases of viral croup are mild and can be treated at home. Usually with barking type of cough. Should consult physician to evaluate child for degree of respiratory difficulty and confirm diagnosis. Sometimes necessary to add steroids to albuterol and humidifier therapy if difficulty breathing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Often yes: But it depends on the cause of the disorder. ...Read more
May need help: The extent of how much a child with lyme disease can be included in daily activities will depend on the extent of his disease consequences. Children with only minimal symptoms, can probably be back to pre-disease activity states. Those with more severe impairment may need help from physical and occupational therapists. A lot of resources may be found from online support groups as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Same: Autism & autistic disorder are the same. As of may 2013, the new diagnostic manual is changing things, getting rid of asperger's disorder and pervasive developmental disorder & creating an umbrella term of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) to include individuals with lifelong problems in social interactions & unusual interests or bizarre behaviors. Exact changes are not yet public but will be soon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends...: Each subspecialty in pediatrics manages patients with very rare diseases. A partial list of subspecialists includes hematology/oncology, endocrinology, nephrology, neurology, medical genetics, rheumatology, pulmonology, etc. Many of these doctors are found at pediatric academic medical centers. ...Read more
It can: Cigarette smoke is the most studied indoor pollutant.Living among smokers doubles or triples the frequency of common respiratory illnesses in kids.It also aggravates childhood asthma. Enclosed houses often have high particulate content from recirculated air.Other environmental issues have variable and often unstudied effect. ...Read more
Mutations: While the mitochondrial DNA is derived from the mother, it can mutate like other DNA and those mutations may cause problems to the new host. The mitochondria also derive much of their material from proteins encoded by the DNA of the main nucleus, derived from maternal and paternal input.So new mutations of the mitochondrial, or main DNA can all cause new onset disorders. ...Read more
Please describe the name of the disease where mothers harm their children on purpose for attention?
Let me know the similarities and differences of disease manifestation in children and in the elderly in diabetes?
Many: Older adults will often present with atypical symptoms of high blood sugar. Lethargy, dehydration, confusion. Younger people will present with a high level of acid in their blood(ketosis). Both are very serious and need urgent attention by a health care provider, as they both can result in death if not idnetified and treated early. ...Read more
I had pelvic inflamatory disease and i want to know if i can have children I have been trying for 1 year 10 months?
If I have one child with autism what is the likelihood of my other two children having a mental development disorder?
No clear data.: Autism does not have a clear genetic basis. It is a spectrum type disorder with a range of severities. Hence there is no clear incidence rate in sblings or future offsprings. If there is a known chromosomal diagnosis and ASD is an add on co morbidity, then a geneticist, could come up with the odds. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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