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What are possible side effects of having the hyoid bone removed?

What are possible side effects of having the hyoid bone removed?

Why ru removing the : Hyoid bone? That is the important question to go over with ENT surgeon. If removed you may have variation on swallowing, speech, tongue movement. But should not affect the basic functions of swallowing or talking. It may feel or sound different. However, depending on the type of surgery, codition, and complexity of surgery there may be other changes. Talk to your ENT surgeon. ...Read more

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Does the medicine from the iontophores patch stay in body once the patch is removed? Can there be possible side effects once patch is removed?

Does the medicine from the iontophores patch stay in body once the patch is removed?  Can there be possible side effects once patch is removed?

For a short time: Iontophoresis patches are used for acute soft tissue injuries to help focus the administration of medication right to where it is needed in the body. The medicine does not linger in these areas for a long time. Not more than if the medication was taken by mouth. The side effects that have been noted after the patch is removed are mostly related to possible skin irritation. ...Read more

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Are there side effects from having a testicle removed?

Are there side effects from having a testicle removed?

There can be: As removing a testicle can affect fertility and hormonal issues - it can lead to hypogonadism or low testosterone(which can affect libido, muscle mass, energy levels, etc). But the possible adverse effects are weighed against the reasons for needing an orchiectomy(testicle removal). ...Read more

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What are the most dangerous side effects of having the gallbladder removed?

What are the most dangerous side effects of having the gallbladder removed?

Really nothing: If your operation goes well. And laparoscopic cholecystectomy almost always go well, with discharge same day or following day. You will have minimal incisional pain for a few days. A small percentage of patients will have colicky pain for a few weeks, but these go away too as your body adjusts. ...Read more

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Side effects of having the whole hyoid bone removed?

Side effects of having the whole hyoid bone removed?

See ENT: That a bit of a very specific and open question, please discuss with an ENT/ Otolaryngologist doctor - your specific problem and surgical history will be very important in the response ...Read more

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What are possible side effects of having the hyoid bone removed?

Why ru removing the : Hyoid bone? That is the important question to go over with ENT surgeon. If removed you may have variation on swallowing, speech, tongue movement. But should not affect the basic functions of swallowing or talking. It may feel or sound different. However, depending on the type of surgery, codition, and complexity of surgery there may be other changes. Talk to your ENT surgeon. ...Read more

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If you have had your gall bladder removed, what were short term and long term side effects?

If you have had your gall bladder removed, what were short term and long term side effects?

Very few, if any: Short term (2 weeks): pain from recovery from surgery. Long-term (more than 2 weeks): 1 in 10 people will notice if they eat fatty foods (especially restaurant foods --usually >50% fat), they will need to urgently moved their bowels with loose stool within 20 minutes. Not everyone experiences this, and those that do often find that it improves as the body adapts to the lack of the gallbladder. ...Read more

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I get side effects with suppositories available, [used for internal piles], please can you advice if there are any made of natural products on market?

I get side effects with suppositories available, [used for internal piles], please can you advice if there are any made of natural products  on market?

Yes: Piles, or hemorrhoids, are swollen and inflamed veins in your anus and lower rectum and result from straining during bowel movements or pressure during pregnancy or sitting. Many effective options are available to treat hemorrhoids. Most people can get relief from symptoms using home treatments (sitz baths, pads containing witchhazel) and lifestyle changes (fiber, stool softeners). ...Read more