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Recovering After Urosepsis
Infection from urine:
Urosepsis is a urinary tract infection that has entered the bloodstream.
Although it does not technically have to enter the bloodstream, this is what usually causes sepsis.
Sepsis is a response to infections that can cause a rapid heart rate, rapid breathing, high or low temp, and high or low white blood cell count. It can also cause low blood pressure. Iv antibiotics are usually needed. ...Read more
Here are some. ..: There should be no difference in caring patients with or without urosepsis with timely mental and physical supportive measures besides administrating drugs and implementing constant healthy lifestyle without overindulgence. More? Ask Doc timely. ...Read more
How many pyelonephritis cases develop into urosepsis per year and where can I find this sort of information?
CDC. GOV: Will have that info statistics for you. ...Read more
Can urosepsis make your period late? I got out hospital 1 month ago which was the first day of my period. I am now a day late, also had thrush
Yes any illnesses: Can alter enough of your cycle to throw it out of schedule. It will probably take a few days to weeks to reset your cycle. If you are late for more than a couple of weeks, I would check a urine pregnancy test to be sure, and if that is negative and you are still late, check a second one 1 week later. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap. ...Read more
Usually permanent: You should be under a nephrologist. Kidney damage is almost invariably permanent. Important thing is to preserve what function remains. Hopefully damage is not progressive. Try to avoid any uti's. Find out if you might benefit from any corrective surgery. Limit protein & salt intake. 50% kidney function is more than sufficient to avoid need for dialysis or a kidney transplant. Good luck. ...Read more
I am not sure what you need to recover. But, masturbation (even frequent masturbation) is a common and normal part of the human experience. There is no medical or health reason not to masturbate.
The only other advise is to eat regularly, exercise regularly and sleep well. ...Read more
You can improve it: Farsightnednes, (hyperopia) can be fully corrected with eyeglasses or contact lenses. When you get in your twenties, lasik surgery can be done as well. If you mean by "recover" that you are not fully correctable or just that you would like to see without optical aids, then you should discuss this with your ophthalmologist. ...Read more
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Psychodynamic: Bulimia is sometimes the result of a vicious internal struggle between self-indulgence and self-destructiveness. The cycle goes as follows: punitive self-denial, then feelings of deprivation and anger, followed by self-indulgence, then guilt and the need to self-punish, followed by punitive self-denial. A vicious cycle: denial, anger, indulgence, guilt. Psychotherapy can really help. ...Read more
Psychotherapy: It is important to find a therapist who specializes in BDD. It is hard to treat since your body image develops at a very young age and shifting how you perceive your body will take time. Recognizing that your self perception is distorted is the 1st and most important step in the process. ...Read more
One can quit smoking: A person can recover from a smoking addiction. It takes a strong commitment, a healthy attitude towards life, support from friends and family (staying away from others who are smoking), and close follow-up with one's primary care doctor (who can help with temporary medications and nicotine patches, if needed). ...Read more
Give order to brain: Agree with other drs. Will add that if the stroke is caused by an infarct and not by bleeding in the brain pts. Should take some sort of anti platelet or anticoagulant. If the reason was an emboli associated to atrial fibrillation needs anticoagulantion with warfarin/other. If the stroke was b/o carotid stenosis higher that 75% needs carotid surgery (endarterectomy). Physical therapy is critical. ...Read more
Treatment team: For best results with bulimia, you need a treatment team that includes your physician, your therapist (s), nutritionist, and psychiatrist. This complex illness involves body, mind, emotions, and spirit. Please get started by seeing your family physician to begin with, and building your treatment team. For more info: http://tinyurl. Com/34sc4p. ...Read more
Celebrate, Prepare: Relapse is very common. This is part of what makes anorexia nervosa so so tough to treat. So consider planning what you'll do if you relapse. Imagine the life you want to keep building while planning ahead- planning what you can do when faced w/ challenges that could set you back. Check the website of natl assn of anorexia nervosa & related disorders: http://bit. Ly/14wd5ib for help, resources. ...Read more
What ligament injury: Not all ligament injuries are the same. Some ligament injuries require simple rest and supportive care. Others require bracing. Some ligament tears require surgery. Almost all ligament injuries benefit fom some level of therapy after adequate stability & healing is present. When ou are examined by our physician be sure to discuss the prognosis and treatment plan for your specific ligament injury. ...Read more
Bulimia: Bulimia is an addictive coping mechanism that can damage most systems of the body, including self esteem and empowerment, and risk your life. Effective treatment often involves having a treatment team of earing disorder specialists:therapist, psychiatrist, and nutritionist. Call your primary doctor and insurance company or local hospital er for referrals. ...Read more
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