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Recognition Take Place
Is this homework?: Please let us know if this is a homework question. It is no help to you for us to do your homework for you and we would be wrong to do so. If not, ask again, and tell us why you want to know this? Do you have TB? Are you having concerns about y? ...Read more
Please explain where inflammation, immune cell migration and antigen recognition would take place in tb?
This takes place: At wherever the TB is located in your body. ...Read more
Cn meningitis cause slurred speech, stiffness in leg n arm, bowel incontinence, poor recognition power all together? Hw long it takes to cure fully?
Meningitis: Yes, all of these can conceivably occur due to meningitis and secondary encephalitis. Cure will depend upon the cause of the meningitis and the therapy employed, the duration of illness before onset of treatment, the prior condition of the person infected, and other factors. ...Read more
1943: First noted in 1943 an x-linked pedigree with enlarged testicles. Chromosome defect described in 1969. Name of defect was coined in 1970. ...Read more
Diagnosed wid TB meningitis 21 yr old female friend cries a lot suddenly sometimes? She is hvng stiffness, recognition issues as well, all curing slow.
TB meningitis: What is the question. Tb meningitis can result in numerous neurologic sequellae, some of which may resolve with time, and some which may be permanent. Glad she is getting slowly better and hope it keeps up. It is wonderful that she has a friend both concerned and interested in medicine. Keep it up and good luck. ...Read more
My fiancée's MRI http://goo. Gl/a4bejd 5 mnths post TB meningitis. She has several issues like stiff joints & poor recognition. Is she getting better?
Hydrocephalus: The MRI scan report suggests that there is dilation of the 3rd and lateral ventricles, but not the 4th. This can happen after a serious brain infection like tb. There is likely some scarring and blockage of the outflow sites for CSF so that it gets blocked. This can lead to a depressed mental status and slow recovery. You should consult a neurosurgeon to evaluate her. ...Read more
Diagnosed wid TB meningitis my frnd HS slurd speech, leg n arm stiffness, poor recognition right now, wil it go with time & as swelling wil go down?
Possible: It may get better once he is treated. Make sure that he completed the full course of treatment. This is very important. ...Read more
21 yr old female frnd diagnosed wid TB meningitis HS stiffness in arm & leg, poor recognition, slurred voice? How gud r d chances of full recovery?
Hard to say: Tuberculous meningitis is an uncommon expression of the infection, and in some cases represents rupture or a pre-existing tuberculoma in the central nervous system. If she is not in coma, or having dilated pupils, she is not in imminent danger, and some of her problems could reverse with meds and supportive care. Pt, ot, and speech therapies offer great rehab potential. ...Read more
Do you take HTP% for insomnia?, have you been tested for serotonin deficiency? Which if is low may induce insomnia.
5-HTP CAN RESTORE SEROTONIN LEVELS AND HELP IMPROVE:1.General mood. 2. Depression. 3. nxiety
4. Insomnia. 5. Weight loss. 6. Chronic headaches.
7. Migraines. 8. Fibromyalgia. etc.
You should see a psychologist and find out why you have this issue, do not auto-medicate. ...Read more
Serviflox in kids -: The answer to your question is yes and no. The medicine is ciprofloxacin. Generally we do not give this to pediatric patients because there is a risk for tendon problems in patients who have not reached full maturity. However, there are situations where the risk of this happening is outweighed by the need for the med - like in kids with Cystic Fibrosis Also, the ear drops are safe in kids! ...Read more
Symptomatic Relief: Most common colds are self limiting and do not need any treatment for the infection, as cold is caused by a virus.But some people need symptomatic treatment for runny nose and congestion. Saline nose drops or spray may help. Over the counter Sudafed may help and if there is fever or pain, you may take Tylenol or ibuprofen.I f cough is too bad you can take Robituscin DM available over the counter ...Read more
Diuretic Pills: Diuretics are used for high blood pressure. Any other use is dangerous, unhealthy, and will never ---and I mean never--lead to weight loss. Please do not follow in the path of women who get obsessed with these pills thinking that some day they will lead to weight loss and it never ever does. ...Read more
Many possibilities: First of all, if your BP is only slightly up, your doctor might advise weight loss, having less salt and more fruits and vegetables in your diet, regular exercise, less alcohol (if you drink), and stopping smoking (if you smoke), if you do need medication, there are many safe drugs with little to no side effects, such as diuretics, calcium channel blockers or ace inhibitors. ...Read more
1. Throat coat liquorice tea: several times/day
2. Megafood Megaflora plus probiotics 4 caps 2 times/day for 1 week.
3. Sunshine for 30-45 minutes daily at noon or Vitamin D3 10, 000 IU/day (NOW brand is good)
4. Zinc supplement 50 mg/day (NOW brand is good) with food for 7-10 days
5. No milk products for 10-15 days ...Read more
Keep it clean: Keep your perineum clean. Use a squirt bottle with warm water after you use the bathroom and pat dry. The materials used by your doctor or midwife for the stitches typically dissolve on their own. This means that as you heal, the material breaks down and disappears. This can take a few weeks. ...Read more
Balanced diet: Though some patients augment their intake with high-calorie drinks (ensure) and bars, a cheaper approach would be to eat more nutrient-rich foods that ones enjoys as part of his/her diet. Consulting with a nutritionist would determine if a diet is balanced. In the meantime, following healthy eating guidelines from the cdc would be helpful http://www. Cdc. Gov/healthyweight/healthy_eating/index. Html. ...Read more
Usually: Most medications do not cross react. Your prescribing doctor should know all you are taking to avoid giving you a problematic medication. The pharmacist commonly will detect such problems. Mostly they are uncommon. ...Read more