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Treatment Of Hemorrhagic Ascites
Treat Cause: Treatment of ascites is based on treating the underlying cause which is responsible for the accumulation of fluid. Other initial treatments are medical in nature and include sodium restriction and diuretic therapy. This can be effective in up to 95% of patients. For those who are refractory to medical treatment the ascitic fluid can be removed periodically via a process called paracentesis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Im suffering from cirrhosis, portal hypertension and ascites/ can you tell me more about treatment for this?
FEW OPTIONS: Your hepatologist (liver specialist) would be the best person to decide what would be the best treatment for you. Options include: b-blocker to decrease portal pressure, diuretics (lasix/aldactone) to control ascites and in certain cases tips (transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt). Best recommendation is to avoid anything that may further damage the liver. ...Read more
I am diagnosed with a TSH level 11.100 uIU/ml and i am on treatment of liver enlargement and ascites. Should i go to a doctor regarding the TSH level?
TSH: Yes please - this value is a bit high and needs adjustment. ...Read more
What treatment or medication can you suggest for a patient diagnosed with liver cirrhosis, (already had an enlarged heart, gallbladder stones & ascites?
Fuild backup: Ascitis is a condition of fluid in the soft tissues of the body. It can be caused by obstruction of lymph drainage from the periphery as well as heart failure. If there are symptoms of heart failure, medications can be helpful to improve pump function as well as increase urination. Discuss with his doctor about appropriate therapies. ...Read more
Difficult: Usually hemorrhagic fever infections are very dangerous with over 90% mortality-such as ebola virus- for example. Usually isolation and intense supportive care is all that can be done. Often, sadly, this doesn't work and the patient usually dies. There are really no great effective treatments for these diseases at this time. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Are recurrent ovarian luteal cysts - hemorrhagic, some complex, often large - a sign of an underlying problem? Is there a treatment?
Hemorrhagic Cysts: Recurrent, painful ovulation resulting in "bloody" cysts may result from taking medication such as blood thinners or from coagulation disorders such as von willenbrand's disease . Endometriosis in the ovaries is often confused with "hemorrhagic cysts". A thorough evaluation is warranted in this situation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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