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What's the duration of the treatment of moderate cases of ocd?

What's the duration of the treatment of  moderate cases of ocd?

Variable: Depends on endpoint and what type of treatment you are referring to. Behavioral therapy is very effective for ocd often in addition to medication. The duration of treatment is based on individual response to treatment program. ...Read more

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Whats the treatment of psychotic depression?

Whats the treatment of psychotic depression?

See below: Combination of antipsychotics to help with psychotic symptoms and antidepressants to help with depressive symptoms. You need to talk to your psychiatrist about the medications that fit you best based on your general health, other meds you're taking, etc. Psychotherapy will also help to establish circumstance that trigger depression and help develop management plan for future episodes. ...Read more

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The treatment of stages of rigor fever?

The treatment of stages of rigor fever?

Treat the cause: Fever is a symptom and while it can be treated with antipyretics like acetaminophen, it is far more important to determine the cause of the fever and treat the cause, usually an infection. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of major depression recurrence?

What are the symptoms of major depression recurrence?

Major Dep.: Symptoms are; depressed mood, can't experience pleasure, worthless/guilt/hopeless/hopeless thoughts with self-hatred, withdrawal, poor concentration & memory, poor sex drive, thoughts of death, poor memory, physical complaints, changes in energy/appetite/sleep. Children become irritable, clinging, demanding. Severe cases can show psychotic symptoms such as delusions/hallucinations. ...Read more

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Treatment and symptoms of cml?

Treatment and symptoms of cml?

Chr myeloid leukemia: CML can cause high white count with white cells in different stages of maturation, anemia and high platelet count. Fatigue, abdominal pain, early satiety from splenomegaly, bleeding diathesis, risk of infection, usually blood tests and bone marrow biopsy establishes diagnosis by virtue of having a philadelphia chromosome abnormality (translocation 9:22). Disease is highly treatable with oral drugs. ...Read more

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Could treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder improve clarity of thought?

Could treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder improve clarity of thought?

Yes, that is: Possible. When a person is obsessed with particular thoughts - they aren't attending well to other things that are happening. With obsessive compulsive personality traits - people can lose the bigger picture when focused on small details. Therapy can help with both obsessive compulsive disorder and obsessive compulsive personality disordE.R. ...Read more

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What treatment of depression has the lowest incidences of side effect?

What treatment of depression has the lowest incidences of side effect?

NO treatment: You get the lowest incidences of side effects with no treatment at all. You're trying to force a gray subject into a black & white box. Reported incidences of side effects of drugs give you some idea what MIGHT happen or in hindsight if side effects occur. Considering individual idiosyncrasies & all the drugs & combinations thereof, drug therapy for a chronic condition is always trial & error. ...Read more

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What are the signs of chronic depression?

What are the signs of chronic depression?

Long-Term Symptoms: You might be referring to dysthymic disorder, which is a type of chronic depression. Symptoms include a 2 year history of chronically depressed or negative mood, along wiht frequent hopelessness, pessimism, and irritability. There may be disturbances of sleep or appetite. ...Read more

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Treatment of Constipation

Treatment of Constipation

Constipation Rx: usually begins with diet and lifestyle changes: increase fiber intake, drink A LOT of water, exercise nearly daily, defecate when you feel urge. Laxatives are next step: fiber supplements (psyllium, methyl cellulose) are safest. Lubricants/mineral oil may help, or stool softeners. Osmotic laxatives help fluids move through colon: milk of magnesia, MiraLax (polyethylene glycol). Then, prescriptions: see your Doctor. ...Read more

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What are some of the longterm effects of severe depression?

Depression effects: Depression is one of the most costly illnesses to society, in terms of people's ability to work and relate to each other. In depression, you may have very little motivation to study or work -- so poor productivity results. People can lose jobs. Apathy or irritability may pervade personal relationships, leading to suffering in families and kids who are unsupervised. Death by suicide can happen too. ...Read more

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What are the most effective means of coping with severe depression?

What are the most effective means of coping with severe depression?

See below: Don't do it alone! find a mental health provider who will help you get through the difficulties and help you learn new coping skills: self-care routine, meditation, relaxation, setting up achievable goals. Consider medication, if there's a need. If symptoms become overwhelming and you're having thoughts of self-care, call 911 or go to the nearest er. Suicide hotline: 1-800-273-8255. Good luck! ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of depression compared with mental confusion and mci?

What are the symptoms of depression compared with mental confusion and mci?

Depression/dementia: The true symptoms of each should be distinguishable ie dementia with recent memory decline etc. Depression can come up with many symptoms ie fatigue, sadness, insomnia, etc. Either condition can make the other worse. Ie pseudo dementia can be clearly aggravated by depression and treatment of the depression may make the memory issue better. ...Read more

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What are the causes, symptoms and treatment options for Parkinson's disease in elderly women. Is mild tremor of the hands indicative of the illness?

What are the causes, symptoms and treatment options for Parkinson's disease in elderly women. Is mild tremor of the hands indicative of the illness?

Gods Rx Available!!: Dopamine meds are mainstay of treatment. Modern therapy recommends longer lasting, milder potency meds first: Azilect (mao-b selective inhibitor) & Dopamine agonists (requip xl/mirapex er/neupro--cautiously in the elderly). If these are inadequate & stronger meds are needed to manage symptoms, then sinemet +/- Comtan (stalevo (carbidopa and levodopa and entacapone) is both together) are begun. Tailor rx with side effects in mind. ...Read more

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What are the causes, prevention and treatment of migratory transient osteoporosis?

What are the causes, prevention and treatment of migratory transient osteoporosis?

Ck w/osteoporosis so: Transient migratory osteoporosis is a rare condition which can cause chronic pain and is associated with sudden loss of bone density usually in a hip. This is unlike ‘ordinary’ osteoporosis which is only painful when broken bones have occurred. Pain resolves eventually but sometimes reoccurs in another part of the body. Referral to a pain clinic may be necessary to help with the difficult pain. ...Read more

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What is the treatment of depression?

What is the treatment of depression?

SSRI and depression.: There are several different options available for the treatment of depression it includes medication, counseling and exercise. The medication commonly used are ssri include Prozac zoloft Paxil (paroxetine) although there are many other classes of medications have been made available.. Recent studies suggest that exercise help in alleviating the symptoms of depression. Counseling sessions are also helpful. ...Read more

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What are the signs of mental confusion vs mci?

What are the signs of mental confusion vs mci?

Permanence and varia: Confusion often fluctuates mci very frequently is very dementia-a.D. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms, causes, and treatments of depression and anxiety?

What are the symptoms, causes, and treatments of depression and anxiety?

Dep.: Called neurovegetative symptoms; sad affect, changes in energy/appetite/sleep, feelings of hopelessness/helplessness, thoughts of self harm, guilt feelings, crying spells, lack of concentration. ...Read more

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Please describe the treatments of depression?

Please describe the treatments of depression?

Depression: Combination of psychotherapy and medications works better than either one alone. ...Read more

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What the symptoms of agitation?

What the symptoms of agitation?

Agitation: Can manifest in physical restlessness (can't sit still), inability to concentrate, not staying on topic. And the like. Clinical psychologist or your doc can help. Peace and good health. ...Read more

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What is the diagnosis of a patient whose symptoms include moodiness, listlessness, and anorexia?

What is the diagnosis of a patient whose symptoms include moodiness, listlessness, and anorexia?

Depression: It is so worrisome when you have several problems and sometimes people are not sure how to begin. It helps to have a full physical to eliminate physical problems. Then it's helpful to look for support in the person's life. Good nutrition is essential. Exercise especially yoga helps. Medication may be useful. ...Read more