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My Child Has Asthma Are They More Likely To Get Pseudomonas Aeruginosa
Not necessarily: Patients with asthma have a higher chance of developing bronchopulmonary aspergillosis; however, it is relatively rare in children. If your child's asthma is not responding to conventional treatment, your doctor should consider this as a possibility by checking certain blood tests and getting at least a chest x-ray. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Later in life: Patients with cystic fibrosis often get these bacteria in their airways by adulthood. The vast majority of adult CF patients have airways colonized with pseudomonas aeruginosa (pa). Younger patients (kids) tend not to have pa in their airways, but that can vary. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
When do you know if it is appropriate to bring in an infant? We have been battling stuffy/runny noses, coughs and ear infections for nearly 5 months.
My sister says she has interstitial pneumonia. Are family members more likely to get the same thing?
Are yeast infections hereditary and what make you more prone? I tend to get them frequently , is it dangerous &? 2 of my daughters now get them. Why?
No /diabetes /no: The common yeast infections are caused by an everyday germ that exists around us in nature.It is also at least 5% of the dry weight of your poop. The position of the female genital entrance so near the anus makes contamination easy during stooling. The increased glucose in the secretions of diabetics and some sexual practices increase risk. Common things will effect most people. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
So the bf has type 1 diabetes. If we were to get married and have children, how likely would it be for them to inherit his disease?
No: Actually babies under 6 mo of age that have not been vaccinated represent the age group most likely to die from the disease. The vaccine was synthesized in the lab and contains no living material. It does stimulate the body to make protective antibodies that can prevent baby from getting whooping cough. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Are there any tests that can be done on my 4 year old with asthma that continue to get pneumonia?
Diseases are becoming more and more resistant to antibiotics and i was wondering if leprosy is also resistant to antibiotics?
Vitamin b3 is supposed to help with staph infections. Can it help people who get boils often?
Which is better for that if they were diabetic?
Yes: Rsv infection commonly causes increased wheezing with common colds for 6-18 months. Severe RSV infection can also increase the risk of developing asthma. A family history of asthma, allergies, eczema, and summertime wheezing all are associated with greater risk of asthma. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My sister says she has frequent post nasal drip. Are family members more likely to get the same thing?
My aunt says she has urinary tract infections. Are family members more likely to get the same thing?
Female UTI: Urinary tract infection very common in females as the urinary tract is short . Also in my practice I have seen safe hygiene is very important to prevent getting repeated urinary infection in females. Females should always use wet wipes and from front to back. This practice I have recommened to all my female patients and seen improved outcome. ...Read more
My mother has aspiration pneumonia and a bad uti. She is immune to many antibiotics now due to repeated utis. She is just in a nursing home.Hospital?
Culture: If you really want to know the exact germ that caused the symptoms, you need to see your doctor who may perform a bacterial culture, if he/she agrees that that it will be beneficial. ...Read more
When pregnant, what are long-term risks to an unborn child of working in a pediatric office? (like being exposed to flu and other contagious diseases)
That's a tough one,: Because you can get your torch titers & take the flu-mist before you conceive, wash your hands till they're raw, & still get sneezed, pooped or peed on with goodness knows what. In light of the recent danish article on increased incidence of autism in children whose moms had a viral illness with fever for a week, not always the 'flu, i'd say it's a personal decision till we know more. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Why do my tonsils look so different and mangled after strep throat? Is that normal? Also, will it make me more vulnerable to other strep infection?
Post infection : Your tonsils were infected with a powerful bacterium. They have recovered and are now repairing themselves. If they become scarred in the healing process, you may be more vulnerable to reinfection. Most of the time they heal and life goes on. ...Read more
If my child and I got exposed to strep throat in the daycare, how likely are we to get it within a week?
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