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Potentially: It depends on extent/severity, location, and if any functional impact. There are (limited) circumstances when a waiver can be obtained--either for you or by you (first is to get you in despite problem, second is you acknowledging its existence and remaining responsible for it if it deteriorates). No harm speaking with a recruiter who can get you more information on your specific situation. Hoo-ah. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
All of my levels including cholesterol were perfect and i was diagnosed with mild occlusive diseas~ explain?
You must clarify.: I think you need more information in order to get a good explanation of your diagnosis. If you mean mild occlusive coronary artery disease, it may depend on how old you are, your gender, etc.. Even if you have perfect cholesterol levels, and the like, you can still get cad. It's just that your risk is lowered. Also as anyone ages, they are bound to get some artey disease anyway. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Usually: This is a very specific question and discussion with your doctor is necessary for the best answer. However, patients who have suffered a heart attack do much better with a scheduled program of exercise afterward. Many other conditions can also benefit from exercise, however there are some conditions in which exercises absolutely not advised. ...Read more
My 3 years son has ethyle malonic aciduria l need any information about this diseas and the medicines should take for it?
How do I know that my colon is functioning probably? Like it's diseas free. Could imbalanced meals or not really eating affect seriously my origins ?
Not to worry.: If you are not losing weight and do not have abdominal pain or blood in the stool then i would assume you colon is functioning normally. Try to get a healthy diet of fruits and vegetables and minimize your fat intake and think should be fine. If you have abdominal pain or blood then you should seek care but otherwise it sounds like the colon is working fine. Diseases of the colon give symptoms. ...Read more
Can you give me detail information of diseas (ulcerative colitis). Suffering since 5years., what to do?
Depends on history: Ulcerative colitis is a chronic disease of the colon, in which the lining becomes inflamed as the result of an abnormal response by your body's immune system producing ulcers, bleeding and scars. Treatment often includes 5-aminosalicylates, steroids, azathioprine, and other immunosuppressants, escalating to biologic agents targeting tnf. In refractory cases, colon removal may be necessary. ...Read more
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