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My Mind Is Racing What Does It Mean If A Girl Has Pyloric Stenosis
Difficulty Moving: Cerbral palsy is caused by injury to the areas of the brain that control movement. It can range from a child with weakness in one arm to someone who cannot control there arms or legs. A child may require equipment to walk or be wheelchair bound. It may be accompanied by mental retardation. Typical causes include injury before or after birth, prematurity or asphyxiation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Congenital defect: Also known as an av canal, it is a type of congenital heart defect. There is a an ASD and vsd together creating a defect (hole) in the center of the heart. There is also one common av valve , rather than 2 distinct valves (mitral and tricuspid valves). It is commonly but not necessarily associated with down syndrome. Surgical repair is required in infancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
AV canal: Atrioventricular canal is a very complex congenital endocardial cushion defect that consist of a primum atrial septal defect and a av canal type of ventricular septal defect. May be associated with a cleft mitral valve. Surgical repair is the treatment. The timing will depend on severity of shunting, the presence or absence of a concomitant right ventricular outflow obstruction and other factors. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hope this answers it: The physiology of bowel control is complex, involving coordination of reflexive & voluntary muscle response, nerves of local & central origin including those that control sensory & motor function of colon, rectum, & anal canal. Loss of bowel control requires complex evaluation. Patient's age, medications, co-medical & neurologic problems, mental competency, exposures & risks, & diet all factor in. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My wife squirts what I think is pee when she has an orgasm. What does this mean? And and is it heathy or normal?
Normal: This occurs in some women and is often known as female ejaculation. It is a harmless and healthy phenomenon, although it has only been seriously studied scientifically for about the last decade. What is in the liquid is still not entirely known, although it does not appear to be urine or at least entirely urine and is thought to be secreted by glands surrounding the urethra rather than the bladder. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I am a 31 yr old woman and my BUN/Creatinine ratio is 6. this is low,is it something to worry about. what does it mean ?
Trouble breathing: Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease of the lungs that can cause trouble breathing and significantly impact one's life. Those with asthma need a thorough evaluation to confirm the diagnosis of asthma, identify triggers of asthma and present a treatment plan. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
My mother has renal impairment which is the s.creatin =2. What does this mean? What can she do for it?
In Down Syndrome...: Children with trisomy 21 (down syndrome) can develop something called transient myeloproliferative disorder (tmd). It is on the spectrum of aml, but it can spontaneously regress. Other times, it may either require low dose chemotherapy if it is affecting organ function (liver), or it can develop into full blown aml, requiring intensive chemotherapy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My grandma has a stomach aneurysm. She is 81 dr does not want to remove it. What will this basically mean for her? Is it just going to rupture?
What does it mean when after a 2d echocardiogram that says normal heart and then says artoic vavle is leaking?
2 different things: "normal heart) likely refers to the function of your left ventricle (the main pumping chamber of the heart). Leaking aortic valve means some of the blood ejected from your heart is leaking back into the heart instead of going forward to the rest of your body. This is not always a significant problem however. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
What does a low hemoglobin level mean? I was told that my 3 year old sons hemoglobin is low because he drinks to much milk. Is this true or is something else wrong. And if so what would it possible be?
Blood loss vs iron: Kids who consume more than 24-30 oz of milk/day can experience tiny amounts of blood loss thru the intestine due to irritation caused by the cow milk protein on the gut wall. Smaller amounts or boiled milk , don't seem to cause this problem. Blood loss, paired with the kids avoidance of other iron containing foods leads to low hemoglobin production & anemia.Other causes are also possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
TTN and PTX: TTN is transient tachypnea of the newborn. It typically will resolve with time and usually requires only supportive care. Some infants may be born with retained fluid in their lungs and natural mechanisms to balance fluids are in place. The pneumothorax or collapsed lung, may be due to delivery and pressure on the baby's chest. The treatment depends upon the extent of the pneumothorax. ...Read more
My lover has just been diagnosed with diffuse esophageal spasm. I am worried but she acts like it is not a problem. Who can tell me what it means?
DES can be bad: Des is a motility disorder of esophageal function. The muscles of the esophagus forcibly tighten, typically unpredictably, resulting in severe chest pain. Distinguish this from situational esophageal spasm, "nutcracker esophagus", & of course non-esophageal causes of chest pain. She needs her gastroenterologist's advice about rx's to minimize attacks, where to go/ what to take when pain develops. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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