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Medicine For Gaucher Disease
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Space here to explain it. Briefly its one of the hemapoietic disorders, due to deficiency of a specific enzyme. Seen in kids with bone pain deformities due to bones not forming normally; bleeding can occur into joints, under the skin, liver/spleen can become rather large and due to all this kids have anemia. Can affect the hips.
Treatment depends on their symptoms ; enzyme replacement therapy. ...Read more
Inherited metabolic: Genetic disorder with enzyme deficiency. Causes fatty deposit storage in many tissues associated with pain. ...Read more
Cell problem: An enzyme deficiency (genetic) that results in accumulation of toxic material in certain cells. ...Read more
"gaucher disease has the earliest onset, within the first 3 to 6 months of life and it is fatal; causing death before 2 years of age. Due to the shortened lifespan, babies with type 2 will not survive long enough to develop some symptoms experienced by individuals with type 1 and type 3."
not sure treatment will help...This is very sad.
http://www. Gaucherdisease. Org/gaucher-disease-type2-type3.php. ...Read more
Adults & children: With GD Type 1 may have symptom reduction or reversal from Enzyme Replacement Therapy. Different ERT's are approved for kids & adults. Substrate Reduction Therapy is given to adults with mild Type 1 who can't take ERT. No treatment can reverse brain damage in patients with Type 2 or Type 3. Mutations of a gene on Chr. 1p22 cause all 3 Types. Call the National Gaucher Foundation, 800-504-3189. ...Read more
Yes, if both parents: Are carriers of 1 or more mutations that cause the different types of Gaucher Disease (GD) or, less commonly, if mom has GD, Chorionic Villous Sampling or Amniocentesis for DNA mutations & enzyme analysis for GD is warranted. It is important to know the parents' specific mutation (s), preferably before conception, to guide both prenatal testing & testing of all family members for carrier status. ...Read more
Get in touch with a: Pediatric orthopedist who deals with these problems. Treatment is generally supportive, depending on the symptoms. The enzyme that is deficient in the body of these kids, its replacement therapy is available. Get the kid regularly checked. ...Read more
What to do if my girl baby is 2 yrs old. She is suffering from gaucher disease (type -1)i want to know about?
Metabolic Specialist: There are many excellent internet resources, including the National Gaucher Foundation (www. Gaucherdisease. Org) and the NIH'sG enetics Home Reference (ghr. Nlm. Nih. Gov/condition/gaucher-disease). Ask your doctor for a referral to a metabolic or genetic specialist for further care. ...Read more
Wilson's disease: Check out http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/wilsons-disease/ds00411 for info re wilson's disease which is autosomal recessive cause of excess copper. Both Penicillamine & trientine are used to chelate & remove excess copper. There's no best drug for everyone but rather a best drug for you. Talk to your doc about what's available to you, what's affordable, and what side effects are tolerable to you. ...Read more
A variety: Of non steroidal anti inflammatory medication as long as there are no contraindications like allergies, use of blood thinners, kidney or liver disease or ulcer/reflux issues. Tylenol (acetaminophen) is an option. Other types of drugs like cymbalta, Elavil and neurontin/lyrica may also help. Ideally, not smoking, regular exercise and weight control are also helpful. Good levels of vitamin d also are important. ...Read more
No!!!!!: Many people live with celiac disease and are highly functioning professionals. Strict adherence to a gluten-free diet is crucial. That also means reading labels very carefully. You should shop at the gluten-free section, available in most groceries, be under competent medical supervision. Also see www. Celiac. Nih. Gov/materials. Aspx; www. Celiac. Org/ ...Read more
Antibiotics: Antibiotics depending on the disease.Get a more detailed answer ›
Many: Drug or substance abuse can be at the helm of many disease states which can affect your mental, psychological, and physiological systems in your body. The list is long and includes every organ system causing accelerated or preventable damage to your body. ...Read more
Depends: This depends in what type of symptoms you ae trying to treat. Over the counter medications should not be your only treatment for crohn's disease. ...Read more
See below.: Immunosuppressive medications turn off the cells that are responsible for fighting infections. ...Read more
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Yes: In general, patients taking immunosuppressants are more susceptible to infections. The risk depends on the type of immunosuppressant. ...Read more
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Blood work results and other tests are best interpreted by the treating physician and withing the context of the clinical picture, he is the best to tell you the relative significance of the test result and its relevance to your case.
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Hi I suffer from serious cronic migraines almost 4 years now. I take lots of medicine. I also have wilsons disease.
Expert Tx: I hope you're under the care of the very best possible rxperts since it can make a big difference in Wilson's. If possible do some research to find the very best. The varied effects of the disease may interact w/ other conditions and frustrate efforts otherwise. The meds you need may have painful side effects and supportive psychotherapy can help you to understand and deal w/ this. ...Read more
Daily a little bit sticky semen like substance come out once or twice in a day. Is it spermatorrhea? .medicines to cure this disease.
I have psoriasis disease since my childhood and at this years its just become appear on my nailes is there any midicine exept the salsalic acid?
Several options: There are several options depending on the severity of the involvement. Tnf agents such as enbrel, (etanercept) Humira and others can produce dramatic improvement. Talk to a dermatologist. ...Read more