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I have recently had an ovary removed 5 days ago. I was curious how long it takes to fully recover?
Weeks: Depending if you have it removed laparoscopically just a couple weeks. If you were cut open then up to 6 weeks. ...Read more
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"Weeks": Recovery following a mastectomy depends heavily on the type of mastectomy, whether a reconstruction is performed & which method. Without reconstruction, one may be out of the hospital in a day & back to work in 10-14 days. With reconstruction, these numbers are (at least) doubled. ...Read more
48 to 72 hrs.:
Recovery depends on status of appendix and whether there was an associated abscess from performation or disease very localized. After this was the procedure done by laparoscopy or by an open surgical procedure.
If there was no abscess and a laparoscopic procedure performed the GI tract will return functionally in 48 hrs. ...Read more
Long time: So many factors influence your recovery. Your health status, job, tear pattern, and even where you go for therapy can impact your recovery time. I generally tell people 6-12 months however this is my opinion and I do have colleagues that will tell patients 4-6. I am on the conservative side. ...Read more
I have a 5 by 6 CM split in my spleen, but it wasn't take it out. How long will it take to fully recover?
Splenic Trauma: The spleen is an easily traumatized organ in the abdomen. An injury to the spleen can be quite problematic. Most trauma surgeons would recommend avoiding excessive physical activity for about 4-6 weeks after a splenic injury. Any excessive activity such as contact sports, etc can cause re-bleeding of the spleen, necessitating surgery to remove the spleen. ...Read more
Husband off risperdal completely since 11/19/2012, tapered down. How long does it take to fully recover from drug. He only took it for 7mths.
Risperdal: Not sure what & if he is having symptoms related to the illness or coming off of the risperdal. Might help if u describe the symptoms. ...Read more
12-24 Months: Http://www. Facialplastics. Info/facelift.html the typical recovery time for a patient undergoing a cosmetic rhinoplasty can be anywhere between 12-24 months. Because each patient is unique and no two surgeries are exactly the same, it' shard to predict exactly how long it will take a person to fully heal. Following the post operative instructions by your plastic surgeon in recommended. ...Read more
Soon: The pain from osgood–schlatter disease will go away when you stop growing taller. ...Read more
A fracture in adults: Varies in what one would consider recovery based upon location, mechanism of injury, the nature of the fracture, soft tissue, associated injury, general health, associated conditions and many many factors. Average time for a nondisplaced fracture in a healthy adult is 6-8 weeks but full bone strength will be longer. There are times fractures r moved when stable even if not healed fully. ...Read more
I need to know what is vestibular neuritis and how long does it take to fully recover from the symptoms?
Vestibular neuritis: Acutely, vestibular neuritis is usually treated symptomatically, meaning that medications are given for nausea and to reduce dizziness. When a herpes virus infection is strongly suspected, an antiviral medication can be used. When a circulation disturbance is suspected, an agent that reduces the likelihood of stroke may be used. It usually takes 3 weeks to recover from vestibular neuritis. ...Read more
My wife had her galbladder removed last may and still can't hold down food. How long does it take to fully recover?
What do you advise if I was diagnosed with a mastoid infection last week. I'm still feeling pretty awful. How long would it take to fully recover?
Not sure.: You didn't tell us what treatment you are receiving? ...Read more
Depends: Depends on the type of the procedure performed and the reason for the splenectomy. In general anywhere from 2-4 weeks. ...Read more
I have got T.Corporis since one and a half year. How much maximum time it takes to fully recover and what are the chances of getting it back?
See doc.: It should go away with the proper treatment in 2-4 weeks. If you still have the rash, you need to see a doc and find out if the diagnosis was correct or not. Some anti-fungals don't work for certain strains and you may need a different one. See your doc, or consider a Healthtap Prime Consult, or a Healthtap Concierge Consult with a dermatologist. You can take upload pictures of the rash. ...Read more
Variable: Depends on where it is. But the none will heal in 10-12 weeks but functionally you will be in rehab and gaining strength for over a year... ...Read more
Recovery: Typically is about 2-3 months. It is an inpatient surgery you are in the hospital 2-3 days and then either go home with PT or to Rehab. You are up walking either the day of or after surgery. Stitches out at two weeks. You have to follow certain precautions such as no forward bending, deep squatting, etc for about 6 weeks. Strength and ROM progress as you can tolerate. ...Read more
Depends: Every person is different it's a big operation no matter who you are and every body recovers a little differently I typically tell patients it will take up to a year to be as good as you can be following your procedure ...Read more
Be preventative: You can keep on top of athletes foot by checking your feet everyday. Make sure that you dry in between your toes. If you see red dots on the bottom of your feet or scaly areas make sure you start applying an anti fungal cream. Do not use a cream in between toes since this just adds to the moisture. If you are having difficulty seeing results see your local podiatrist. ...Read more
1 to 2 weeks: If it is routine (not ruptured and no complications) usually 1 or 2 days in the hospital. Most people can return to desk jobs in a week, to most activities in 2 weeks. Contact sports or very heavy lifting may require three weeks. ...Read more
Depends on age...: Someone in their fifties may 'fully' recover from hip replacement surgery as early as 6-8 wks. (esp. W/ anterior exposure technique). Older patients who have 'traditional ' hip replacement surgery may take 2-4 months to ' fully' recover, or longer depending on various factors... Gl! ...Read more
Well: After any surgery, it takes time to heal from it. Most people with ACL repair surgeries will take 3-4 months to feel like the knee feels stable and stronger as the graft sets in. It can take up to 9 months to fully heal. Following your doctor's orders are key and when rehab starts follow it to a T. You will do just fine. If you are concerned talk to your doctor. Check Regenexx. Com ...Read more
Depends: Classic ligaments sprains are graded mild, moderate and severe suggesting healing in 2-4 wks, 4-6 wks, and 2-3 months. Nonetheless there might be a fracture or ligament instability that might not heal. It should be checked. ...Read more
Up to a year: An acl and PCL combined injury represents a significant trauma to the knee. Even after reconstruction of both ligaments, the knee may not function normally again. With a successful acl/pcl reconstruction, and adequate rehabilitation, many patients can return to function in 8-10 months. Returning to the same level of activity or sports is variable, however. ...Read more
See below: Bones take at least 6-8 weeks to heal and thus this time can give you an idea but talk to you orthopedist. ...Read more
Be careful here: I think that some illnesses feature hyperpermeability of the gut mucosa, but there are people out there who will attribute most-if-not-all disease to this entity, about which mainstream medicine remains skeptical. If you haven't recovered, perhaps your symptoms aren't due to "leaky gut" -- don't accept any suggestion that you are at fault for treatment failure. ...Read more
Can emg ncs tell the difference between neuropraxia and axonometesis, can it diagnose how long the nerve will take to fully recover?
Yes and no: Yes am EMG /ncs is used to differentiate neuropraxia and axonotmesis but the test itself cannot tell how long a lesion will take to recover. The physician performing the test can give the person an idea of how long an injury will take to heal and whether it is likely to heal based on the test results. ...Read more