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Treatments For Of Uterus Fibrosis
CF home treatments: Long term care of CF at home requires regular use of airway clearance therapies to keep lungs clear. Several methods to remove secretions with help of inhaled medications & devices (chest vest, manual percussion) are utilized. Chronic lung infections may also require use of inhaled antibiotics. Please consult a pediatric pulmonologist at a CF center to help guide therapy based on individual needs. ...Read more
At home therapies: At home treatments for CF include airway clearance therapies that get mucus out of the lungs. These include a chest vest machine & several types of inhaled medications that make it easier for mucus to come out. Most CF pts also need enzyme replacement as pills every time they eat, multivitamins & reflux medications. Talk to your CF doctor to discuss home regimens as they are patient specific. ...Read more
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Big role of parents: Parents have a big role to play in management of their child's CF especially in first 10 years. CF infants require manual chest therapy twice daily to keep lungs clear & their parents have to give them all their medicines & enzymes several times a day to keep them healthy. Also paying close attention to nutrition pays in the long run. Not enough room here, talk to your CF doctor to learn more. ...Read more
Depends: If the person is sexually active it s usually hysterectomy with reconstruction of the pelvis by a uro/gyn specialist. If the person is not sexually active usually a simple procedure called colpocleisis. The uterus is retained and the vagina is closed this reducing the prolapse completely. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have fibrosis dysphasia in my legs and i wanted to know what treatments if any are there I have already broke my left leg?
Let me help you: The treatment for this problem, take the disease bone out , use bone graft o fill the area and some time fix with hard wear. If did not heal after the break healed. Some time if the area is big i recommend do that. ...Read more
In 2011, my uterus 14.8x10.5x10.5cm. Fibroid 2.1x6.6x7.9cm. What are some treatments for fibroids? Or some ways to shrink them?
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