Doctor insights on:
Symptoms Of Diverticular Flare Up
Simple measures: To begin with, stop the activity that caused the flare-up. Rest the affected area as much as you can. Ice the area. Use tylenol (acetaminophen) and anti-inflammatory meds for pain relief. With these simple measures and time, most flare-ups will calm down. If they do not progressively improve in 7-10 days, see a doctor.
See details: Are you under the care of a rheumatologist? If the flares are frequent, medication adjustments can be helpful. The major thing is that no therapy is 100% effective so there will be periods of increased pain and fatigue. Speak with the doctor treating your fibro and see if any changes in meds are indicated.See 1 more doctor answer
Time: Only time and better gluten avoidance will help.
Yes: inflammatory bowel disease can have a highly variable presentation. Some people will only have rare bouts while others may have constant symptoms with minimal response to therapy.
CMV: They can occur rarely but can include symptoms similar to the initial infections if you feel this is a possibility than you can be tested and you should see your pcp or id physician.
Depends: It depends on how much gluten you eat and how immediate your body responds to the gluten in the diet. If you eat a undetectable amount- the time frame may be longer than if you ingest a large amount. Some peoples immune system may also react faster or slower to the same amount. Its individual based. Please try to adhere to the diet. Good luck.See 1 more doctor answer
Is one of the triggers for fibromyalgia stress? For example gettin stressed would cause symptoms to flare up?
Yes: Significant stress is a trigger that can flare fm.
Do bleeding disorders such as von willebrands get worse in cycles like every three months with symptom flares?
See a hematologist: It would be good to see your doctor for a referral to a hematologist. He or she could answer your question better. If you have a milder case of the illness, then there may be times when your bleeding time is less prolonged.
My husband first wife has herpes but he had no symptom or signs. They had divorced for 12 years now. Could my husband got it but not flare up?
Possibly: Asympomatic (no or few/mild symptoms) carriers do exist but since transmission is most likely when an infected person's open sores contact the delicate mucus membrane tissue of another person. It's rarely been known to transfer from a non-symptomatic individual, but he can have a (not perfect) test. Info: http://goaskalice. Columbia. Edu/testing-asymptomatic-herpes Best!
Can u get flare up symptoms from missing two night doses of Amoxcillin? Cause I take it for sinusitis. Supposed to take 875mg two times a day.
Don't go to ER: Nope. If you have pain or a flare or any other problem you should not go to the er. You are not dying. It is always best to start with your family doctor or the GI specialist providing you ongoing care for your crohn's disease.
Not known: It is not known. This study is currently just starting using a validated questionaire and blinded exposures to small amounts of gluten.
Stiffness: I would expect the patient to have spine pain and limited spine bending. Chest expansion, chest size difference between maximum exhale and maximum inhale size is less than 2 inches. Ankylosing Sponlylitis is rare in females
Why do I have a lupus flare during my menstrual cycle most of the time? Also my p.O.T.S symptoms worsen during this time how can I help this?
Inflammation: Lupus and the pre-menstrual phase of the cycle are both known for being states of increased inflammation, so it makes sense that you might have this and notice it during your menstrual cycle. I would speak with your rheumatologist regarding medications that are safe to take to diminish the flare symptoms, as some anti-inflammatories are harmful for kidneys. Best of luck.
What are the typical symptoms of chron's disease? How long does a flare up typically last/ feel like? I am trying to figure out if I have it.
Crohn's: Crohn's disease, a type of inflammatory bowel disease, often causes recurrent abdominal discomfort with disturbance in bowel function. Recurrent fevers, perianal fustulas, abscesses. It usually involves the end of the small intestine but the inflammation can occur anywhere in the gi tract-from the mouth to the anus. A gastroenterologist is best qualified to diagnose and treat Crohn's disease.
Yes, in some people: Chronic ebv symptoms vary from person to person. There are many possible symptoms, and some of them do overlap with the type of symptoms seen in auto-immune disorders. Patients with either problem show up with fatigue, fevers, brain fog, aches and pains, etc...