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Reasons For Recurrent Diarrohea
Chance of fully recover after 1 episode of acute pancreatitis with unknown reason. And chance of recurrent?
Yes: There is a great chance to recover, specially if precipitating factors are transient. (like viral) other factors for attack should be evaluated by the gastroenterologist. ...Read more
Apthous stomatitis: Apthous ulcers or canker sores occur for various reasons or triggers. They are believed to be an auto-immune type lesion to several triggers, like trama. I have patients that get lesions when they drink red wine, or eat peanuts. They normally run their course for ten to fourteen days. They can be treated topically to relieve pain. ...Read more
I'm getting recurrent boils on my body, im diabetic but my sugar level is control, what would be the reason?
Still susceptible: You are still more susceptible to infections. Do you have MRSA? ...Read more
I have had 3 recurrent miscarriages for no obvious reason after 3 healthy babies. What are the chances of having another miscarriage?
Incompetent Os: Check with your obstetrician about the possibility of an incompetent os. ...Read more
My son, 4yrs old is having recurrent cough and his skin is itchy dry and patchy. What could be the reason and available treatment options?
Likely unrelated: Itchy dry skin can improve using any moisturizing agent like Gold Bond lotion or whatever similar product you have in your country. Recurrent cough can be related to too many issues to cover in a simple answer. The first issue I would address is any exposure to fumes/smoke/fragrances/dust and similar irritants that can trigger cough in anyone. Reducing such exposures is a good first step. ...Read more
My penis retracts two thirds of the way inwards when I become angry, nervous or during fear. Could recurrent priapisms be the reason behind this?
Needs to be checked:
It is very uncommon to have Inflenza recurring as you get better you develop antibodies to that strain. Question is recurrent over how long period. Yearly recurrence if you are not immunized with Flu V accine is not uncommon
Any viral infection can cause pain in legs and toes and it can be due to many other causes
Consult your doctor and get to the bottom of it. Your Diagnosis and appropriate treatme ...Read more
What are other reason for recurrent miscarriages besides progesterone, clotting, luteal phase, and chromosome abnormality?
Round Scar tissue lump at shoulder blade left after injury 2 years ago. Any harm? Need to remove? Reason for recurrent injury after simple actions?
It could be just --: -a fibrosis of a hematoma, but if it of great concern 2 you, consult a gen surgeon 4 evaluation. Lab will give U a diagnosis. ...Read more
What can be the possible reason of prolonged sore throat. Recurrent Sore throat for past 8 months. Serum IGE level high than normal value.
Sore throat: What does your doctor say? This is the sort of thing you should be working with a doctor on. ...Read more
I believe what you meant was "skin" test
in allergy, we use the skin test to find out whether a person has acquired an antibody (called ige) against certain allergens often selected based on your geographic locale, history etc. A positive response would confirm the diagnosis in question. Indications for skin test include hay fever, itchy eyes, food allergies, and bronchial asthma. ...Read more
Hoarding.: This sounds like a hoarding problem. This is a growing problem becoming more common throughout the country. People become attached to many items that would otherwise be thrown out or not obtained. Many times it is done to take the place of something lost, or to remind a person of smoeone who has died, or for some other reason. It is wise to see a doctor for counseling and psychiatric help. ...Read more
Here are some...: Refer to the answer to a similar question of yours; thereby, you gain ideas on how to deduce what you should do now and in the future. Further online chat would not bring the answer & help to the point, but wasting personal and public resource, i.e., time and energy. ...Read more
Doing what: Not a complete question--please resend as to what the eyedrops are doing. ...Read more
Unknown: The exact trigger is unknown. It is more likely with a first pregnancy, previous overdue pregnancies or if it occurs in your family. The timing of the pregnancy ie summer delivery. Make sure your dates are accurate. If you are over 41 weeks your doctor may want to induce delivery. All the best. ...Read more
Arch intern med. 1986 jul;146 (7):1315-20.
During and after hypertensive paroxysms, plasma free norepinephrine and Epinephrine levels did not increase, but we found a mean eightfold and 16-fold increase of free and sulfated plasma Dopamine levels, respectively, and similar although less marked Dopamine level increases in the urine collected following the paroxysm. ...Read more
Irregular periods: Irregular periods are one of the most common problems obgyns treat. If this is one time problem it usually resolves on its own. If this is a recurring problem you should be evaluated. Infections ; hormonal changes can cause spotting. If there is a concern for pregnancy then do a home pregnancy test. There are many options available to help regulate the menstrual cycle. Schedule a visit. ...Read more
Food allergies?: Keep a food diary and see if you can pinpoint exactly which foods are contributing to the problem. Eliminate such foods one at a time for at least three weeks and see if problem persists. If problem goes away, add food back to see if it returns. If it does, you know the problem. Start with lactose and gluten products. If this doesn't work, see a gastroenterologist. ...Read more