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Is there any treatment for recurrent uterine cancer?

Is there any treatment for recurrent uterine cancer?

Yes: See a Gyn. Oncologist or even a Gynecologist. It depends on the area of recurrence what treatment is needed. Sometimes surgery, sometimes radiation and chemotherapy. ...Read more

Dr. Seth Derman
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Miscarriage (Definition)

A "lay" term for early pregnancy loss usually prior to the second trimester. Physician's use the term "spontaneous abortion" to describe these events, but the word "abortion" in lay use has come to connote only ...Read more


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What is the treatment for recurrent chemical pregnancies?

What is the treatment for recurrent chemical pregnancies?

Depends on cause: Recurrent pregnancy loss usually has an explanation. In a young women, problems with hormone support of the early pregnancy or with the uterus or endometrial lining are common. Chromosomal problems in the parents, or in early cell division can result in abnormal embryos. Occasional problems with the immune system can be a source. This is a problem that requires care. An rei is appropriate. ...Read more

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What are some treatments for recurrent utis?

What are some treatments for recurrent utis?

First ask why?: While utis are common in females, recurrent ones, depending on frequency, is not. Before determining treatment, it is important to find out why you have recurrent utis. It can be a structural problem like reflux or obstruction or it can be a matter of hygiene. It is important to see your doc to find out why. ...Read more

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What are treatments for a continuous yeast infections?

What are treatments for a continuous yeast infections?

Vaginal yeast infect: Diflucan (fluconazole) taken by mouth seems to work very well. Vaginal suppositiories are also available. ...Read more

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What are the treatment options for recurrent prostate infection?

What are the treatment options for recurrent prostate infection?

A recurring prostate infection, also known as chronic bacterial prostatitis, is typically treated with antibiotics: This type of prostate infection is caused by bacteria in the prostate gland. A prostate infection might recur because antibiotics aren't able to get deep enough into the prostate tissue to destroy all of the bacteria or because the antibiotic isn't effective against the type of bacterium causing the prostate infection. To treat a prostate infection that doesn't get better with antibiotics or keeps coming back, you might need to: Try a different antibiotic. , Take a longer course of an antibiotic. , Use medications to help relieve bothersome symptoms. . If you're taking antibiotics, take them exactly as instructed, even if you begin to feel better. Not taking the full course of antibiotics or missing doses can interfere with the antibiotic's ability to completely kill the bacteria. If you have recurring prostate infections that don't improve with treatment, see a doctor who specializes in men's urinary and reproductive health (urologist). You might need to have fluid taken from your prostate to determine the bacterium causing the problem and the antibiotic that is likely to work best. You might need a CT scan or a cystoscopy, a procedure used to see inside your urinary bladder and urethra. A urologist can also look for any underlying problems that would make you more vulnerable to infection or prevent treatment from being effective. ...Read more

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Recurrent corneal erosion syndrome, what are treatments options for this?

Recurrent corneal erosion syndrome, what are treatments options for this?

Here are some:: Medical treatment: nightly use of lubricant ointment such as muro 128. Surgical treatment: corneal curette, phototherapeutic keratectomy, stromal puncture. Surgery usually cures it. ...Read more

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What are the treatments for a postpartum uterus infection not solved with antibiotics?

What are the treatments for a postpartum uterus infection not solved with antibiotics?

Worst case: If antibiotics for what is believed to be post partum infection of the uterus don't work, the symptoms being treated are either not from an infection, or there are bacteria present and/or the environment in the uterus is such that these antibiotics are not effective. The source of an infection needs to be removed, potentially by way of hysterectomy. ...Read more

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What are the treatments for recurrent neuroblastoma?

What are the treatments for recurrent neuroblastoma?

Depends: Depending on the patient and extent of disease, treatment options may include surgery, chemo, radiation, immunotherapy, and stem cell transplant. ...Read more

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What are the treatment options for recurrent anal cancer?

What are the treatment options for recurrent anal cancer?

Multiple...: Various combinations of chemotherapy; surgical options including resection(removal) and the list goes on. Please speak with your physician to navigate your way through this complex diagnosis! ...Read more

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Medical treatment for cervical ectopic pregnancy?

Medical treatment for cervical ectopic pregnancy?

NONE: Ectopic pregency of cervix is rare even rare going to full term, unless get implanted close to uterus, then a nightmare to managing team, always associated with bleeding, could be massive, usually aborts, or require urgent surgical intervention, and medical treatment has no role. Leave it to expert OB surgeon to handle the problem. ...Read more

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Any successful homeopathic type treatment for blepharitis? Have had the condition for 10 years (with rosacea)

Any successful homeopathic type treatment for blepharitis? Have had the condition for 10 years (with rosacea)

Water: try to dip you eyes 10-15 times a day in a cup of clean luke warm water which is filled to the brim and flap your eyelids for 2 min each time.this is safe,medicine free and prevents dryness,infections as well.avoid all mascara,eye creams,artificial eye lashes etc If you want to really use cosmetics,check out SKINDEEP APP.Scan all your cosmetics and discard the dangerous ones rated on this app. ...Read more

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Recommendations for natural or home treatments for interstitial cystitis?

Recommendations for natural or home treatments for interstitial cystitis?

Varied: Physical therapy with pelvic floor relaxation offers improvement for some patients. You need to find a therapist with experience to truly get benefit. Some patients claim improvement with avoiding artificial sweetners, acidic foods-orange juice, lemons, and spicy foods. Every patient is a little different. Look up the irritable bowel diet recs and there is overlap with inter. Cystitis diets. ...Read more

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Treatment for recurrent vaginitis and balanitis?

Treatment for recurrent vaginitis and balanitis?

Depends on organism: If you have recurrent vaginitis with candida and your partner has recurrent balanitis with same organism, one of you might have diabetes. Have it checked out by a doctor. ...Read more

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What are some treatments for recurrent corneal erosion?

What are some treatments for recurrent corneal erosion?

Lubrication: Lubrication (ointment) at bedtime is a medical therapy for recurrent corneal erosion. It works about half of the time. When this does not work, i curette the cornea which is curative in most cases. ...Read more

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Urinary tract infection symptoms continue after treatment. What are good treatments for this?

Urinary tract infection symptoms continue after treatment. What are good treatments for this?

Double check: Make sure the infection is cleared with another urine analysis and culture. This is the most common cause of persistent symptoms. Pyridium (phenazopyridine) helps with acute symptoms but it is not for chronic use. It is possible with a severe infection that there is significant bladder inflammation that takes a while to resolve but i would bet persistent infection with a bacteria resistant to original antibiotic. ...Read more

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Are there any treatments available for severe recurrent abdominal adhesions without surgery?

Are there any treatments available for severe recurrent abdominal adhesions without surgery?

No: There are no current non-surgical treatments available to my knowledge. Additionally, I do not endorse surgical treatment for abdominal adhesions as this typically results in more adhesions and worsening of symptoms. I recommend symptom control for nausea and pain. Surgery should be reserved for when the adhesions cause a bowel obstruction. ...Read more

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Dr. Gerard Honore
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Pregnancy Loss (Definition)

Pregnancy loss = unintended loss of a pregnancy which could result ...Read more