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Doctor insights on: Medicine For Gonadal Disorders

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I'm wondering are gonadal stromel tumors only found in females?

I'm wondering are gonadal stromel tumors only found in females?

No: Gonadal sex cord-stromal tumors are interesting neoplasms of the gonadal structures. The pathology of these tumors is reflected in Sertoli cell tumors, These lesions can occur in both male and female gonads. They are however more common in the testis where they usually exhibit a lobular pattern. In the ovary, tubular differentiation is usually the predominant finding. One variant of Sertoli cell tumor, the large cell calcifying form, appears to be restricted to the testis ...Read more

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What do "gonadal" and "extragonadal" mean?

What do "gonadal" and "extragonadal" mean?

Where: A man's testes and a woman's ovaries are their gonads. If a mass or a biochemical pathway is in one of these, "gondal" applies; if not, "extragonal" if it's of any use. Good luck. ...Read more

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What is the best life style that I shall take to regulate gonadal hormones? Female. Single.20years old

What is the best life style that I shall take to regulate gonadal hormones? Female. Single.20years old

Yes: Find an Indian Hindu......get some life style and food instruction. Largely a dominant vegeterian diet will regulate your gonadal problem. Yoga will help......mind and body work together. Avoid western lifestyle philosophy. ...Read more

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Searching for a doctor who is familiar with gonadal dysgenesis?

Searching for a doctor who is familiar with gonadal dysgenesis?

Endocrinologist: A good endocrinologist should be able to help you with gonadal dysgenesis. Your primary care physician should be able to suggest some options in your community. ...Read more

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In case of non functional pituitary adenoma, what's its effect on prolactin and gonadal secretion? I read 2 sources saying opposite information?

In case of non functional pituitary adenoma, what's its effect on prolactin and gonadal secretion? I read 2 sources saying opposite information?

Non-functional means: Its not producing extra of any of the pituitary hormones, but

it can however decrease release of any of them by virtue of pressure of the tumor on the rest of the gland. ...Read more

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On a recent ct, abd/pelvis w IV contrast, my right gonadal vein somewhat prominent 8.0mm diameter. Could this be contributing to my chronic pain?

On a recent ct, abd/pelvis w IV contrast, my right gonadal vein somewhat prominent 8.0mm diameter. Could this be contributing to my chronic pain?

Possibly: That diameter is 3-4 times normal. Possible causes include a portocaval shunt due to liver disease. Speak with your doctor about this and consider a consult with a gastroenterologist. ...Read more

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What medicines are use for lou gehrig's disease?

What medicines are use for lou gehrig's disease?

Treatment: It's mostly supportive, but a drug called Riluzole is approved for ALS and it's thought to work by decreasing glutamate mediated motor neuron cell death. ...Read more

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Hi. What is the best drugs, pencillamin or trientine for wilson's disease?

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

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What kind of medicine treats autoimmune disorders?

What kind of medicine treats autoimmune disorders?

Immunosuppresents: Since autoimmune diseases are a diverse group of diseases which have in common activation of the immune system which leads to different complications (depending upon the disease) the best way to treat is to use medications which suppress the immune system (such as steroids and sometimes chemotherapy). ...Read more

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What medicines help with degenerative disc disease?

What medicines help with degenerative disc disease?

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

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Can coeliac disease prevent me from studying medicine?

Can coeliac disease prevent me from studying medicine?

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

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What drug is used to treat hodgkin's disease lymphoma?

What drug is used to treat hodgkin's disease lymphoma?

ABVD: Adriamycin (doxorubicin)
Bleomycin
Vinbastine
Dacarbazine

The combination of the 4, all given every 2 weeks for 8 or 12 times depending on the stage of the cancer is the gold standard ...Read more

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Do illegal drugs affect people with mood disorders differently?

Do illegal drugs affect people with mood disorders differently?

Probably: Presumably people with mood disorders already have a dis-regulation of their brain chemistry. Adding substances that can potentially cause further chemical dis-regulation is likely to have a negative effect. What's more, even when the individual chooses to stop using, it can take months to years for some of the brain's systems to bounce back. ...Read more

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I want the best medicine for removal of this disease ie milia?

I want the best medicine for removal of this disease ie milia?

Extraction: Milia are inclusion cysts. The best way to get rid of them is to have them extracted by an aesthetician or dermatology practice ...Read more

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Which panic disorder medicine would be the best for an athelete?

Which panic disorder medicine would be the best for an athelete?

Psychiatry: Kindly, This question should be discussed with your psychiatrist. ...Read more

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What over-the-counter medicine can be purchased for crons disease?

What over-the-counter medicine can be purchased for crons disease?

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

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What are some over thercounter medicines for anxiety / panic dissorder?

What are some over thercounter medicines for anxiety / panic dissorder?

Over the counter: Is not fully tested. If you are concerned about being anxious or having panic attacks, consider psychotherapy and meet with a psychiatrist to consider prescription drugs instead. ...Read more

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Why would immunosuppressant drugs make a patient susceptible to disease?

Why would immunosuppressant drugs make a patient susceptible to disease?

See below.: Immunosuppressive medications turn off the cells that are responsible for fighting infections. ...Read more

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Why would immunosuppressant drug make a patient more susceptible to disease?

Why would immunosuppressant drug make a patient more susceptible to disease?

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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My sgpt value is 130. Is it dangerous? I'm taking medicines for heard disease.

My sgpt value is 130. Is it dangerous? I'm taking medicines for heard disease.

Ask your Doc.: 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.
Feel better. ...Read more

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Disordered proliferative phase endometrium what is the medicine for this case?

Disordered proliferative phase endometrium what is the medicine for this case?

Symptoms?: I assume this was a result of an endometrial biopsy done for heavy or irregular bleeding. Should be easily regulated with hormones such as low dose birth control pills. Also may be associated with hormone imbalance due to obesity, etc, in which case improved diet and weight loss may help. Feel sure your doctor will discuss this with you. ...Read more

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I would like information on medicine given to people with personality disorders?

I would like information on medicine given to people with personality disorders?

Other replys welcome: Imho - personality disorders in themselves do not require medicine. They are simply descriptions of personality. It might be that some are likely to involve behaviors that cause problems bad enough to lead to emotional, behavior or thinking symptoms and those might be lessened or relieved by medicine. It would be the depression or anxiety or psychotic symptoms that are treated. Clear? I hope so. ...Read more

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What causes an anxiety disorder to develop, and how can I control it without drugs?

What causes an anxiety disorder to develop, and how can I control it without drugs?

Causes vary from: Reacting to stressful situations and not processing them at the time to possible physiological predisdositions (hereditary or familial modeling). Psychotherapy can help you become less anxious. A therapist can teach you relaxation techniques & talk about the things that make you anxious. Together you can learn different ways to cope with what is causing your anxiety. ...Read more