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Remedies Treat Candidiasis Lung
Deoxygenated blood enters the lungs from the right side of the heart and travels to the lungs. When you inspire, oxygen flows into the lungs, transverses the capilliares and attaches to hemoglobin down a gradient. At the same time, co2 diffuses into the capilaries and is expelled with exhalation. Oxygen rich blood then flows to the left side of the heart and into the ...Read more
No: Lung aspergillosis is a serious infection of the lungs that is often seen in people with compromised local or general immunity. It can easily get spread and became fatal, so i strongly suggest no experiments with any home remedies that may delay effective treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Aspergillosis infects the lung when the immune system does not work well, or when the lung is damaged in some way, such as when there is a cavity or cyst in the lung that can become infected. It requires specific antibiotics, treatment of the underlying immune or lung problem and similar measures. There is no evidence that herbs of any kind do any good. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Your telephone: Use it to call your doctor, and make an apointment to see them. Only in person can your doctor really determine whether it is likely to be a bacterial infection, reassure you if its not, and give you antibiotics if (and only if) they feel you need them. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Herbal: Supplements carry a label stating that it is not intended to treat, diagnose or cure a disease or ailment. Generally, they boost your immune status helping your body fight the infection and may compliment antibiotic treatment. Colloidal silver has been reported to have both antibacterial and antiviral properties. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Not really: Pseudomonas is a very dangerous bacteria that infects those who are chronically or critically ill . ( such patients with cystic fibrosis or in the intensive care unit ) it is a it needs to be treated with antibiotics that are active against this germ and that often must be given iv. Sometimes when prolonged therapy is needed it can be completed at home, under medical supervision. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Absolutely not: Mrsa that has penetrated through enough of your defense mechanisms and immune system to get into the lung is a serious problem it must be treated with prescription antibiotics, and may require longer courses of treatment. Do not treat this infection yourself! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Learning the truth: Listen, Brad. If you buy into this "candida" cult, you will never, ever feel well again. They'll persuade you that you have an incurable disease that you must manage intensively. They'll encourage you to focus on being a misunderstood victim of an illness that physicians conspire to ignore. It's bunk. Get your health issues managed scientifically and get on with a productive life. ...Read more
Yes, but: The antibiotics can treat the infection but not the cause of the infection like a gallstone blocking the head of the gallbladder and stopping the outflow of bile. You must see a physician if you really have a gallbladder infection to identify the cause or the infection will immediately recur. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
80 yrs old diagnosed with non small lung cancer (local), developed pneumonia after the first carboplatin gemcitabine treatment. Is it treatable?
It depends...: First, it must be said that just because candida is found in a sputum culture, it does not mean that a person has a candidal infection- this yeast is typically a colonizer and can be mistaken as a culprit . However, in the approrpiate context, profound immuno-suppression (organ transplant or else, bone marrow transplant patient) creates a situation where candida can be an opportunistic infection. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My baby is 7 months. She has a white spot below her chest since she was 4 months I think she also has oral candidiasis. plz advise?
Thrush and spot? : Ask her pediatrician to get a look at the white spot at her next visit. Do any family members have such a "spot" does she have any other areas like this? How large is it? What shape is it? How is the baby's growth? This may or may not be related to the thrush. Thrush is a thick white coating on her tongue which you cannot scrape off. This will require a prescription anti fungal treatment. ...Read more
Candidiasis is a: Fungal infection caused by yeasts belonging to the genus candida & > 20 species of candida yeasts can cause infection in humans (most common is candida albicans). Candida yeasts normally live on the skin & mucous membranes without causing infection; however, overgrowth of these organisms can cause symptoms to develop. Check out this site: http://www.Cdc.Gov/fungal/candidiasis/. ...Read more
Can Diflucan taken orally cure Candidiasis even while the person continues to eat 100g of sugar per day during and after the treatment?
My gf has had more than 10 urinary infections per year for 11 years. After each treatment, she gets candidiasis. What could be causing the infections?
From antibiotics: She should see a urologist to look at ways to see why she has such frequent uti. It could be from bladder stones, from bladder diverticulum, from sex, or other reasons. More than likely the fungal infection (candidiasis) is due to the effect of the antibiotics she is taking for UTI on the bacterial flora of the vagina, allowing overgrowth of yeast. She might try taking a different antibiotics. ...Read more
I have alergie of candidiasis and i did the injection treatment for more them 1 year. I stoped the treatment and its back. What to do now? Helpmepleas
Allergy: I would see the allergist as you may need to be desensitized again ...Read more
Good morning, For patients who had severe allergic reaction to oral fluconazole for treatment of candidiasis, which treatment would you suggest?Thanks
It depends...: Potential options are caspofungin and related drugs, nystatin, and amphoteracin B. But this depends a lot on the particular kind of candidiasis: different for superficial or body orifice infections (vaginal, anal, mouth) than for advanced (e.g. bloodstream) infections. If you mean "systemic candidiasis", that's an urban myth, not a real illness and doesn't need treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm ongoing treatment of vaginal candidiasis and i just had sex with my bf. It did not hurt or sting. Will sex make my condition worse? :(
Possible 1/4" candidiasis spot in tongue, i used nystatin and it disappeared but then it came back while on treatment could it be something else?
Is it safe to take fluconazole 150mg tablet once a week for 6 weeks for vaginal candidiasis?Also on treatment for TB neck lymphadenitis. Is it safe?
Yes fluconazole: at that dose is fine, but what TB meds are you taking? ...Read more
Following partial removal of tvt sling, if patient develops invasive recurring candidiasis and bacterial infection around mesh and in bladder, what is the treatment? Must remaining mesh be removed?
Do you have to treat walking pneumonia? If recovered without treatment, does it leave permanent scarring in the lungs?
In a way: In a way, you need to treat of course, as if it was viral (your probable case since you recovered without antibiotics) you would rest and push fluids and treat it supportively. If bacterial, you would need antibiotics. Usually, the body will heal itself, but on a rare occasion, you may leave some scarring from an old infection. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Recently treated for pnuemonia for 4 weeks and still having bronchiospams. What might be the best treatment now! Lungs are clear no asthma hx?
Possible delay: With any infection - viral or bacterial, lung tissue is 'hurt'with the inflammation. The antibiotics will take care of the 'infection ' aspect. However, lungbtissue might still be irritated causing the intermittent wheezing. Would definitely get rechecked a week or 2 after completing antibiotics and then in a month or less depending on symptoms - should not be longstanding process. ...Read more
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