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Doctor insights on: Symptoms Of Pes Cavus

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Pes cavus surgery, is it worth it?

Pes cavus surgery, is it worth it?

Foot surgery: Remember that there are risks and complications with all kinds of surgery regardless if it is foot, hand, heart, or brain. I always tell my patients that surgery should be the last option. If you have pain try some conservative care first. You can always have surgery later, but once you have the surgery you cant undo it. ...Read more

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Can symptoms of pe come and go ?

Can symptoms of pe come and go ?

PE: Pulmonary Embolism, Pericardial Effusion can both cause intermittent symptoms; in the absence of additional information it would be wise to provide more detailed history and undergo physical examination to evaluate presumably chest symptoms. ...Read more

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Would a pe present itself with only pain as the symptom? And would the pain be likely to dramatically increase with walking?

Would a pe present itself with only pain as the symptom? And would the pain be likely to dramatically increase with walking?

Yes: Classic symptoms of pe are: chest pain, shortness of breath, hemoptysis, and rapid heart rate. In practice, very few people have all of these sympoms. Sudden onset of sharp chest pain is a common symptom. Usually this is pleuritic and worsened by breathing or activity. "sudden onset" of pain is a symptom i pay attention to. ...Read more

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What symptoms do pe tubes help address?

What symptoms do pe tubes help address?

Otitis media: Symptoms of otitis media include: -pulling or rubbing the ears because of ear -pain -fever -fussiness or irritability -fluid leaking from the ear -changes in appetite or sleeping patterns -trouble hearing. ...Read more

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I had a PE at 29. Idiopathic. No symptoms. Very small. It was diagnosis in Jan. If it was from cancer would I show symptoms yet of malignancy?

I had a PE at 29. Idiopathic. No symptoms. Very small. It was diagnosis in Jan. If it was from cancer would I show symptoms yet of malignancy?

Yes: IF your blood clot was due to cancer you should have had additionally symptoms unless it is in its early stage. Many other things cause blood clots, such as birth control, smoking, genetic mutations. Best to see your doctor to address your concerns. Good luck ...Read more