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Treatment Of Intolerance To Light
What treatment should someone follow if she has glucose intolerance only in the morning before breakfast ?
Dairy avoidance: Yep, that simple. Very cheap too.Get a more detailed answer ›
Hi what to eat if you have lactose and fructose intolerance is any treatment available please reply thx..
My sister son boy 3year old had lactose intolerance we cut all the milk product what is the treatment of this condition
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See below.: Eliminating lactose-containing food is the treatment. If he is better with that dietary change, stick with it for now. Your sister can discuss re-introducing dairy in the future with his pediatrician. Some children do "outgrow" this issue, but some certainly have it through their lives. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Are allergy drops or allergy shots available for treatment of food allergy/ or intolerance or are they only 4 treating environmental allergens
Can oral immunotherapy /desensitization treatment be used ito treat symptoms of food intolerance ? While no allergy is detected but symptoms appear
Photophobia, ghosting, glares, starbursts.No cataract, power fine, no astigmatism n cornea ok(topography).Wavefront error of 0.66.What should I do to cure?
Does an HSV-1 IgG level of 15.9 indicate a rampant, active infection? And regardless, does it warrant anti-viral treatment? No external sores, but infection may be in CNS as I have orthostatic intolerance.
Past infection: An IgG antibody to HSV-1 means that like most people, you got the infection some time ago. If you had HSV encephalitis, you would not be able to ask the question in HealthTap, For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am not aware that: your condition can cause photophobia (light sensitivity) unless it affects your ability to close your eyelids, which technically ISN'T photophobia. The nerves involved in CCD are different from those that control your pupils. Your doctor should check for other causes of light sensitivity, including infection, inflammation and ocular foreign body. Best wishes. Dr. Anne ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Light sensitivity: Photophobia is the technical term for light sensitivity above the normal response to a change in light intensity. People with this experience discomfort even with low light intensity that would bother no one else. There are a number of causes including breakdown of the surface (cornea) of the eye and retinal inflammations. See your ophthalmologist if you have this symptom. ...Read more
As long as the HA: Photophobia occurs in about 80% of migraines and resolves when the headache goes away. Prompt treatment of the migraine will relieve the light sensitivity. If over the counter medication does not work, your doctor may prescribe a migraine medication called a triptan such as imitrex, maxalt, relpax, (eletriptan) etc. ...Read more
Not usually: but I can think of a couple of things which may lead to photophobia as a secondary phenomenon: (1) if the cornea is scratched from rubbing, it may cause photophobia due to transient changes in refraction. (2) If one were to use eye drops containing an antihistamine, the anti-cholinergic effect from the type of antihistamine may cause some pupil dilation leading to photophobia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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