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Medicine For Thoracic
This is Prabumani R from India-Chennai.
I have questions about my health and the observation of my lungs CT scan. I wanna medical advise with pulmonologist which is related to thoracic medicine .
What kind of thoracic spine disease can u have from past IV drug use, & is it poss if quit 13 yrs ago?
There's no sayin: Injection drug use bypasses natural barriers and all manner of organisms that can infect us gain entry to the bloodstream and can travel anywhere including the spine. you shouldn't have an active infection after 13 years but the damage done then could accelerate naturally occurring degenerative changes. But so could pitching for the Giants. Getting old sucks, why dwell on what you cant change? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What kind of thoracic spine disease can you have from past IV drug use, & is it poss if quit 13 yrs ago?
There's no sayin: Injection drug use bypasses natural barriers and all manner of organisms that can infect us gain entry to the bloodstream where they can travel anywhere including the spine. I wouldn't expect you to have an active infection after 13 years but the damage done then could accelerate naturally occurring degenerative changes. But so could pitching for the Giants. Getting old sucks, deal with it ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a syrinx of the thoracic spine in the T 7/8 and T 11/12. There is a 4mm pocket at the T 7/8. I am in constant pain and all the drugs and treatm?
Im 24 experiencing middle chest & backpain & diffculty breathng.I hav thoracic dextroscoliosis.What medicine can take to ease the chest and backpain?
Chronic back pain: With a chronic musculoskeletal condition associated with chronic pain, you hopefully have a doc that manages you. Okay to check in with your doc about these symptoms and pain management. If you have fever, vomiting, or weakness get evaluated sooner. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Im 24 experiencing middle chest pain & backpain and difficulty breathng i hav thoracic dextroscoliosis what medicine can take to ease the chest pain?
I've done xray and the result was I have thoracic dextroscoliosis. Im experiencing chestpain and upper back pain every night. What medicine can I take?
Severe pain in middle of chest and backpain diffculty breathing.Xray result says thoracic dextroscoliosis.Wat medicine can I take to ease my chestpain?
My grandma told me that her chest feel pain in the night after she ate her medicine (diabetes medicine / chinese medicine) may i know why?
Have it evaluated.: A person with chest pain needs to be evaluated and treated appropriately. Multiple possible causes may be: heart attack, esophageal reflux, anxiety, musculoskeletal, pneumonia, pulmonary embolus, and aortic dissection. Have it evaluated right away to prevent potential serious complications. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
...I have keloiids in middle of the chest ..I use hexilak siliconegel. Two much irritation arond the point...Any good medicine for me. Plese....
Feeling like air is being knocked out of me? Fluttery feeling in chest? Coughing seems to help it to stop. 19y/o female. Non smoker. No drug use.
Sorry, no...: There is no easy answer for you. Meridia or phenteremine can sometimes help suppress appetite in appropriate patients, and upper body exercises may help a little more than general activity, but you must reduce calories eaten and increase activity expenditure to lose weight. ...Read more
Several options: For acute viral upper respiratory illness and no contraindications for medication: nsaids, aspirin or tylenol (acetaminophen) for aches and sore throat. Decongestant for stuffiness. Tylenol (acetaminophen) ( and maybe intermittent nsaid) for fever. guaifenesin for excessive mucus. antihistamine/anticholinergic for excessive runny nose. And of course, adequate hydration and rest. ...Read more
Please,help me with prescribe medicine to cure my chest pain that I had it for over eight good years.
I have a keloid in the middle of my chest and used to be a small seven yrs ago and now its growing .Is there any medicine for this?
Stepwise approach: Avoidance of injury, pressure, massage, silicone gel sheeting, steroid injections, 5fu (fluorouracil) injections, surgery and/or radiation therapy are used in the management of keloids (roughly in that progression). Laser therapy is controversial. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer