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Doctor insights on: Treatments For Viral Myositis

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How contagious is viral myositis?

How contagious is viral myositis?

Myositis is a...: Complication of a number of viruses. The virus can be spread but the other person is not likely to get the myositis. ...Read more

Dr. Charles Glueck
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Myositis (Definition)

Inflammation of the muscles that you use to move the body. Symptoms of myositis may include fatigue after walking or standing, tripping or falling, ...Read more


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Could having chicken pox & severe viral myositis at 40yr lead to ai disease with muscle involvemt a few years later or was mild disease alwys present?

Could having chicken pox & severe viral myositis at 40yr lead to ai disease with muscle involvemt a few years later or was mild disease alwys present?

Define AI: We need to clarify what ai is. After chickenpox the virus disappears but remains latent (in hiding and not infectious) in the dorsal ganglion of the neurologic system the virus will not remain in the muscle . It needs to be clarified what type of myositis you actually have. ...Read more

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Treatment options for myositis? Thanks!

Treatment options for myositis? Thanks!

Could be complicated: Myositis is muscle inflammation. Inflammation damages the fibers of a muscle. This causes muscles to be weak by interfering with the ability of the muscles to contract. Although myositis can cause muscle aches and muscle tenderness, weakness is usually the dominant symptom.In some cases, myositis is a short-term problem that goes away after a few days or weeks. In other could be chronic. ...Read more

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What are the very latest and cutting edge treatments for inclusion body myositis (ibm)? Any good trials out there?

What are the very latest and cutting edge treatments for inclusion body myositis (ibm)? Any good trials out there?

Yes,see list below: First need to have the proper diagnosis.So far no single treament have been found to produce cure.They are several new drugs on trial such as etanercep9tumor necrosis factor)alemtuzumab(t-celldepleting monoclonal antibody)follistatin(antagonist of myostatin pathway)arimoclomol(heat shock protein conducer)lithium(inhibitor of the glycogen synthase kinase enzyme)needless to say you need a physician. ...Read more

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What is myositis and what are some treatment options for it?

What is myositis and what are some treatment options for it?

Muscle inflammation: Myosotis is an inflammatory muscle disease. There are several possible causes and the treatment depends on defining the cause. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for myositis ossificans?

What is the treatment for myositis ossificans?

See below: There are 3 major approaches. One is medication which can retard further bone growth, the second is radiation of the affected area to stop bone growth and finally there is surgery to remove it often followed by radiation. Not all myositis ossificans causes problems particularly if it is not impinging on joint movement. ...Read more

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What are the causes of orbital myositis and what types of treatment are available?

What are the causes of orbital myositis and what types of treatment are available?

See below: This is a problem that requires a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. In that meeting, your doctor will listen to you, perform a throrough examination and possibly order labs or other tests. Based on this information, he/she will be able to tell you what's wrong and what to do about it. ...Read more

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Computer work causing muscle inflammation. Physical therapy & Naproxen just ordered. Considering stopping all supplements. Thoughts?

Computer work causing muscle inflammation. Physical therapy &  Naproxen just ordered.  Considering stopping all supplements.  Thoughts?

Muscle relaxant? : More to do with your posture during work as well as taking few breaks. In the mean time, consider going to an urgent care center or primary to be evaluated for muscle relaxants as well as other therapeutic modalities. If your symptoms last more than 4 weeks, seek your primary for any imaging to be done. ...Read more