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Solar urticaria-- what is treatment?

Solar urticaria-- what is  treatment?

Solar urticaia Rx.: Sun avoidance, good sun screens, and antistamines are primary treatments. Solar urticaria is a form of physical urticaria (hives) and can be very annoying. There are some medications that can cause a person have a rash on exposure to sun, but they are usually not urticarial in nature. ...Read more

Dr. Lonnie Smith
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Hives (Definition)

An outbreak of red bumps or wheals that appear quickly after exposure to certain allergens (foods, medications, other substances). They can vary in size, are itchy, can burn, and can last for up to ...Read more


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Is there a cure for retinitis pigmentosa?

Is there a cure for retinitis pigmentosa?

Retinal Chip: Retinitis pigmentosa is a group of inherited disorders that cause degeneration of the retina. Depending on the type, some vision can be retained throughout life, in other cases, not. The most common symptoms are night blindness and gradual loss of peripheral vision. There is no cure, but there is a new retinal implant which restores crude central vision ( argus ii) for those who are blind from rp. ...Read more

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Is ashy dermatosis curable ?

Is ashy dermatosis curable ?

See a dermatologist: it is a benign condition some people claimed some success of making it lighter by using topical steroid some claimed better result with systemic therapy and that why you need to see a dermatologist some claimed it could disappear on its own see a dermatologist ...Read more

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What is retinitis pigmentosa?

What is retinitis pigmentosa?

Rare: Rare group of inherited (all types) retinal disease leading to blindness over years due to photoreceptor loss / cell death from various specific protein mutations affecting the retina and retinal pigment epithelium. ...Read more

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What is retinitis pigmentosa?

What is  retinitis pigmentosa?

Hereditary condition: It is a complex combination of hereditary conditions that affect the photoreceptors. Its a degenerative process that can be caused by a number of mutations and depending on the type, vision loss can begin as early as soon after birth to as late as in your middle age. Sometimes vision loss can be mild enough that you may not realize you have it. ...Read more

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Are there any treatments for the eye condition 'retinitis pigmentosa ?

Are there any treatments for the eye condition 'retinitis pigmentosa ?

No: But regular eye exams are warranted to surveil against treatable complications such as cataract and macular edema. Also, multiple new and exciting clinical research trials are underway for this group of diseases (there are dozens of kinds of rp) including gene therapy. ...Read more

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Whats cold contact urticaria cure?

Whats cold contact urticaria cure?

Heat, antihistamine : First avoid temperatures colder than the temperature which causes your hives. Second cover as much of your skin as possible. Third, because the hives are due to the release of histamine in your skin when it cools, antihistamines will minimize or control the symptoms. See an allergist. Avoid swimming in cold water and drinking cold drinks to prevent potentially life threatening reactions. ...Read more

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What is xeroderma pigmentosum?

What is xeroderma pigmentosum?

Xeroderma pigmentosu: Xeroderma pigmentosum is a condition which makes people very sensitive to the sun (uv rays). It can cause severe sun burning & freckling of skin. It is called xeroderma because it can dry the skin out and pigmentosum because there is added skin pigment. It can affect the eyes and may be associated with a number of other symptoms. ...Read more

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Can be chronic urticaria cure complete ?

Chronic hives: Chronic urticaria can persist for months, year or even decades in some cases. Frequently, the reason or cause of chronic hives cannot be identified. If a cause can be found, then avoidance of the trigger results in resolution. Medications can help decrease symptoms, but sometimes hives will return even after months or years of being gone. Very frustrating disorder for patient and doctor. ...Read more

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Does anyone on here treat retinitis pigmentosa?

Does anyone on here treat retinitis pigmentosa?

Yes: People with retinitis pigmentosa should still be followed though treatment is limited. There are complications that can be addressed such as cataracts and swelling in the retina associated with retinitis pigmentosa. Low vision evaluation is also important. New therapies are being studied, so your retinal specialist can keep you updated. ...Read more

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Anyone here treat hereditary angioedema(hae)?

Anyone here treat hereditary angioedema(hae)?

allergists can help: There been exciting and new pharmaceutical options developed for the treatment of acute attacks of hereditary angioedema. Typically board certified allergists are well-versed in the diagnosis and management of hereditary angioedema. ...Read more

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How could xeroderma pigmentosum be cured?

How could xeroderma pigmentosum be cured?

No cure: As far as i know there is no cure for this disease. The treatment primarily involves avoiding all uv exposure including sunlight. It is a genetic disase and very rare. ...Read more

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What's the hereditary pattern for retinitis pigmentosa?

What's the hereditary pattern for retinitis pigmentosa?

It varies: Retinitis pigmentosa, or rp for short, can be caused by mutations in about 3 dozen different genes. Depending on the gene involved for a particular family, the inheritance can be dominant, recessive, x linked, digenic, or mitochondrial. Complicated! your family history and a thorough medical evaluation are the most important tools for figuring out the inheritance pattern what genes to test. ...Read more

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Is seborrheic dermatitis curable by Ayurveda ?

Is seborrheic dermatitis curable by Ayurveda ?

No: You can only manage it, and anyone telling you otherwise is deceiving themselves and/or you. It's prone to exacerbations and remissions. If you prefer "natural", a variety of remedies from coal tar to sulfur often work quite nicely. Best wishes. ...Read more

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Is there a cure for retinitis pigmentoa?

None yet: No cure as of yet. We are working hard on this and many exciting breakthroughs have occurred but no definitive cure. ...Read more

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Tell me about eye disease called retinitis pigmentosa (rp) ?

Tell me about eye disease called retinitis pigmentosa (rp) ?

Degeneration: This is a hereditary degeneration of the light receptive cells of the retina with some variability but which leads to shrinking of the field of vision, night blindness, diminished color perception and in the worst cases a loss of central vision as well. All forms of heredity are seen. The ophthalmologist sees a pale retina, with thin thready vessels and a scattering of pigment in most cases. ...Read more

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How to cure atopic dermatitis?

How to cure atopic dermatitis?

Atopic Dermatitis: Really there is no "cure" for atopic dermatitis, there is management. In my practice I recommend: decreased bathing (small baths every other day) using dove sensitive skin soap, liberal use of emollients (aveeno, aquaphor,cetaphil) and small amounts of topical steroids in the worst areas used sparingly until the outbreak resolves. Also, careful attention to products with fragrances and chemicals. ...Read more

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Is there treatmennt of retenitis pigmentosa?

Is there treatmennt of retenitis pigmentosa?

Not yet: This is an inherited failure of the light receptors to thrive - they instead gradually degenerate and lose function . There are many types with variable effects from visual handicap to almost complete blindness. No treatment is known to help. The fda has just approved an implantable device which can give some degree of visual input. It is crazy expensive - $100, 000 plus the cost of surgery. ...Read more