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Doctor insights on: Treatments For Of Uterus Fibrosis

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Uterus (Definition)

The uterus is a muscular organ in a woman's pelvis where the the fertilized egg attaches ...Read more


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What are some of the non-drug treatments for Endometriosis?

What are some of the non-drug treatments for Endometriosis?

The non drug treatments for Endometriosis include:: Laparoscopic surgery, Surgery, complete hysterectomy -- with removal of both ovaries. ...Read more

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What are the treatments for a baby with cystic fibrosis?

What are the treatments for a baby with cystic fibrosis?

Nutrition/prevention: Cystic fibrosis treatment plans depend on the clinical, infectious and gene mutation. There are some treatments delivered by inhalation to thin airway secretions and others to treat or prevent infections. Growth charts will monitor that growth of the baby and supplements may be provided to boost calories. I hope that this helps. Prmg pediatrics can review records faxed to 858 259 9689. ...Read more

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Does a successful lung transplant completely get rid of the lung problems for cystic fibrosis patients?

Does a successful lung transplant completely get rid of the lung problems for cystic fibrosis patients?

It may: Or you could trade one set of problems for another - even successful lung transplants eventually develop obliterative bronchiolitis after a period of time. Be sure that you meet some post transplant patients who are successful, and compare your quality of life to theirs - if your treatment regimen is oppressive and your lung function is bad enough, you may be better of after a transplant. ...Read more

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What are the typical treatments for fallopian tube cancer?

What are the typical treatments for fallopian tube cancer?

Surgery: Fallopian tube cancer can be very serious. It should be treated promptly by a gynecological oncologist. Treatment options include surgery and often chemotherapy but treatment is highly individualized. ...Read more

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Is their an alternate treatment for thickening of gall bladder lining besides surgery?

Is their an alternate treatment for thickening of gall bladder lining besides surgery?

Depends: If you are having pain after eating fatty meals and have a thickened gallbladder wall on ultrasound, it most likely needs surgery. A thickened gallbladder by itself on ultrasound, may be watched, depending on the situation. ...Read more

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Is uterine cancer 100% curable for the women of ae 47?

Is uterine cancer 100% curable for the women of ae 47?

It depends,,,: It depends on how early it's detected and what type it is. If there's pain, etc. And a woman goes to the doctor and it's caught early then it's likely cured, but if there isn't pain or bleeding or the symptoms are ignored and the woman sees the doctor later then it's less likely to be cured and can be advanced. ...Read more

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What are the treatments for Uterine fibroids?

What are the treatments for Uterine fibroids?

Many: There are multiple types of treatment for fibroids which depend on the size, number, location, and symptoms of your fibroids. These include doing nothing, taking birth control pills, different IUDs, uterine artery embolization, surgery to remove fibroids and hysterectomy among others. Please consult with us or an obgyn for an answer specific to you ...Read more

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What are the treatment options for cystic fibrosis?

What are the treatment options for cystic fibrosis?

CF treatment: usually consists of enzyme replacement, nutritional support, and appropriate medications to treat symptoms of the lungs and gastrointestinal tract. Keeping vaccines up to date is very important, as people with cystic fibrosis are at higher risk of complication from vaccine preventable diseases. ...Read more

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Are there any alternative treatments for inflammation of lining of the heart?

Are there any alternative treatments for inflammation of lining of the heart?

Cardiac inflammation: If not infectious inflammation the standard armamentarium of antiinflammatory agents is used to treat, alternatives not really demonstrated to be effective. ...Read more

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What are the treatments for restrictive lung disease?

What are the treatments for restrictive lung disease?

Depends.: Depends upon cause. Restrictive lung diseases fall in 3 broad classes: lung tissue disease, muscles of respiration disease, and those things that compress or prevent the lung from expanding. If you mean interstitial lung tissue disease the treatments are generally modulators of the immune system primarily Prednisone but more advanced agents may be necessary. ...Read more