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Natural Paratyphoid B Fever Treatments
High fever: Symptoms of Paratyphoid are usually milder and lasts for fewer days. In Typhoid, you get a persistent high fever that can only slightly ease off with fever measures and medications. Unless treated, Typhoid symptoms last for at least three weeks and drain out the patient completely. ...Read more
Treating hay fever without medicine? Are there any natural treatments that work? I’ve tried all kinds of different medicines and they just don’t work for me. The only one that kind of works makes me so drowsy it’s not worth it. I’m hoping there’s somethin
Innate problem: A problem with treating hay fever with natural remedies is that persons with hay fever have an immunologic propensity towards developing antibodies (and becoming sensitive) to natural allergens. Intranasal casein, from peppers, is available otc, but this usually is effective in a subset of patients with chronic rhinitis and not with seasonal rhinitis. ...Read more
Just like any other: Dysautonomia involves defective responses to neural mechanisms maintaining body's internal balance (homeostasis) but does not preclude drug or other treatments for fever. Things such as antiinflammatories, Acetaminophen will work. External cooling or administration of chilled IV fluids, if needed, will work also. "normal" sweating & shivering may not occur tho. ...Read more
San Joaquin Valley..: Fever is a fungal infection of humans (and some animals) caused by spores of coccidiodomycosis inhaled from soil. Many infections are totally without symptoms, some others can cause pneumonia which usually resolves without therapy but some infections lead to spread (dissemination) of the fungus outside the lung to the nervous system, bone or skin. Antifungals such as voriconazole are used. ...Read more
No easy answer: Rheumatic fever is an autoimmune process (antibodies attack our own tissues) that follows infection with streptococci. Symptoms include heart murmur and possibly heart failure, arthritis, nodules under the skin, chorea (abnormal involuntary movements) and rash. Treatment consists of penicillin, aspirin, and prednisone. Preventive penicillin is given for 10 years to prevent recurrence. ...Read more
First treat strep: Rheumatic Fever is an autoimmune reaction to infection with group A streptococcus. Antibiotics are given to eradicate the strep and then lower doses taken to prevent reinfecttion. Generally NSAIDS and other antiinflammatories drugs are sufficient unless the heart is involved. If the heart is not involved most cases clear up with antiinflammatory treatment. Heart needs follow-up study. ...Read more
My son of age 8 months is suffering from cough and cold and fever. What treatment I have to follow?
Supportive care: Most infants will self heal in a week to ten days without specific meds or treatment. Maintaining normal schedules, assuring adequate hydration & nutrition allow the body to respond as well as possible.The occasional use of a fever reducer is fine if grumpy but will not shorten the illness. Cough medicines are discouraged at this age due to their side effects & lack of clear benefit. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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