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Management Of Dic In Post Cesarean Patient
Emergently: Dic (disseminated intravascular coagulation) is an emergency in any situation. The patient with dic has, for one of several reasons, consumed elements in her blood which are needed to cause blood to clot. Without the ability to clot, she will bleed continuously until something is done to replace the "clotting factors" or otherwise arrest the bleeding, e.g., hysterectomy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A condition where your body's normal blood clotting and thinning mechanisms are disrupted and small blood clots form in the small vessels. These numerous clots cause consumption of the body's clotting factors and then bleeding occurs. Infection is the most common ...Read more
My wife is renal transplant patient 6years ago.2 years back she had a baby thru cesarean. Since then she has had 4 episodes of urinary tract infectio?
Yes: If you have had a cesarean section without complication in the past, you should be able to tolerate an abortion. Abortions, whether for miscarriage or therapeutic, can be accomplished with medication or by surgical procedure. Please see your doctor for proper and safe management of your condition. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Probably not: A good amount of bleeding is normal after delivery. Dic is a condition where blood clotting factors are used up (usually due to massive hemorrhage) resulting in an inability for blood to clot where it needs to. Most bleeding at the time of delivery stops because uterine muscle contracts over big blood vessels in the uterus, so dic usually is not an issue. ...Read more
By name alone: The diagnosis of disseminated intravascular coagualtions alone we know there are small clots clogging the small arteries of many organs, cause obstruction of the flow of blood and death of some parts of tissues (infarctions). ...Read more
21y male i couldn't remember a lot things after seconds from hearing it, today i try to translate a word when i take my dic. I 4get it please help me?
Doctor to evaluate: One can see the primary care doctor today for an evaluation. Be sure to bring any medications one is taking. Get a ride from somebody, or take public transportation, if the symptoms make it less safe to drive to the doctor's office. The doctor may refer to specialists if needed, for further evaluation. ...Read more
Easy way to do: Before surgery you will have preop clearance they will check all these things, will not do surgery unless these number under control. ...Read more
Thrombocytopenia: DIC-disseminated intravascular coagulation is thought to destroy platelets as they are trapped or damaged by fibrin strands within the vessels. BSS is associated with an intrinsic glycoprotein defect in the platelets themselves that results in decreased survival and poor function. ...Read more
Had knot in vein in quad 4 while now...Its starting to hurt..Pain goes up my leg a lil...What type of dic should I c...Is this serious?
Superficial clot: A hard knot in a vein is very suggestive of superficial phlebitis which is a clot in a superficial vein. The initial treatment is heat and ibuprofen. However, sometimes this clot can be more extensive. It would be prudent for you to be seen by a vascular surgeon or phlebologist and have a venous ultrasound, . ...Read more
Me andmy wife is trying to have a baby.She see whit dic charge and she miss her period its going on the 3 day we got a test it say she was not?
Wait & recheck: 3 days sometimes cannot detect. Wait 7-10 days until after anticipated fertilization (after intercourse) and check another hpt. No harm in continuing to attempt, as long as not more often than every other day to prevent "degredation" in ejaculate #s. ...Read more
Is it possible to have a major infection which causes a DIC & the PLT returns to normal without the use of antibiotics whilst the infection persists?
Im 31 and get this sharp pain inside my left nipple that comes and goes for days, i dont feel any lumps and cant go to the dic untill Jan, im worried?
No tumor: tumor of breast rarely ever associated with pain. Symptoms behind nipple that is intermittent probably related to fibrocystic disease where fluid in duct system is partially blocked causing some discomfort. At age 31 mammo would have no value because of breast density. If breast physician has any question, an MRI might be of value but I suspect this will completely subside. ...Read more
Tmj 2 years.Improving - pt/night guard( 4 wks)but still weird feeling in ear when chew. Never confirmed a displaced TMJ dic but if it is will it heal?
Complex question: Many TMJ problems continue to improve over time with or without treatment. If you're not as good as you want to be, see a TMJ expert. Any dentist can be a TMJ expert with the proper training and experience. Most commonly, oral surgeons, prosthodontists, and orofacial pain specialists. Ask your MD, your dentist and your dental society for referrals. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Hello dic,i ve got severe itching betwen thighs nd private part.Similar to jock itch.Itz been 3 weeeks itz not going.i ve got on face also.plz help me?
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