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Doctor insights on: Remedies For Lack Of Blinking

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Could lack of blinking be epilepsy?

Could lack of blinking be epilepsy?

Unlikely: Epilepsy is alteration of consciousness. Lack of blinking is not a usual sign of any seizure disorder, but can be seen in parkinson's patients. Have an eye doctor check your tearing system, to make sure you do not have sjogren's or other lid closure problems. ...Read more

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Dr. Michael Kleerekoper
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Lack Of Blinking (Definition)

Lack of blinking is a clinical finding in which a person does not shut their eyelids regularly, leading to dry eyes. This may be caused by damage to the blinking reflex, mental illness, or too much ...Read more


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Does lack of blinking cause any problems?

Does lack of blinking cause any problems?

Dry eyes: Blinking wets the front of the eye, which is dried by contact with air. ...Read more

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My wife faces lack of progesterpne.What is recomended for treatment.Also is having anpredictable circle.

My wife faces lack of progesterpne.What is recomended for treatment.Also is having anpredictable circle.

Low progesterone: Treatment would be with natural Progesterone replacement. Make sure that they measure all of her hormones and follow them for treatment dosing. ...Read more

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Can leukemia morph from chronic to acute due to lack of treatment?

Can leukemia morph from chronic to acute due to lack of treatment?

Yes it can: The best answer depends on the type of leukemia, but certainly if it is not treated any of them can get worse and go into acute phase. Even with treatment, some leukemias will tend to go into an acute phase. I recommend talking with the primary care physician or oncologist to get individualized answers, as this is almost always a serious, serious problem. ...Read more

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Can leukemia morph from chronic to acute due to lack of treatment?

Can leukemia morph from chronic to acute due to lack of treatment?

Yes it can: The best answer depends on the type of leukemia, but certainly if it is not treated any of them can get worse and go into acute phase. Even with treatment, some leukemias will tend to go into an acute phase. I recommend talking with the primary care physician or oncologist to get individualized answers, as this is almost always a serious, serious problem. ...Read more

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Female, late 50s with hair patch only on the small of the back since childhood - what causes it? Lack of proper diet? Remedy?

Female, late 50s with hair patch only on the small of the back since childhood - what causes it?  Lack of proper diet?  Remedy?

Hair on back: A patch of hair on back can be a sign of spinal problems and i would recommend that you see your doc about it and maybe have some x-rays done. ...Read more