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What Are Risks Of Pad
Smoking, Cholesterol: Pad has multiple risk factors. Gender, race, age, and family history are factors which you cannot alter. The biggest risk factor that can be altered is smoking. Other risk factors that can be modified include cholesterol, diabetes, kidney failure, and hypertension. While you cannot control what disease you have, you can control how well they are controlled. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Many...: Early frailty and decreptitude. Earlier onset of heart disease and stoke. Early obesity and more sever obesity. Osteoporosis. Higher rate of breast ca in women. And on and on............. Clearly this does not apply to farmers and others with occupations with strenuous work requirements. But even then, formal exercise is a challenge and break from routine. ...Read more
Discuss w/ Retina MD: The most common complication from a vitrectomy is progression of cataract. At your age of 44, that may not be a major factor. Other risks that occur less than 5% of the time are retinal detachment, and bleeding. Post-operative infections from vitrectomies are rare. Depending on what the underlying condition is that you have, there may be a risk of disease progression and need for further surgery. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
As listed: The risks include infection, bleeding, injury to internal organs such as bladder, bosel, ureter, and blood vessels, reaction to medication/anesthesia, blood clot formation, and complication of surgery leading to another surgery. The risks also vary depending on your medical/surgical history and the route of hysterectomy. ...Read more
Please discuss with: Your gyn as your gyn should discuss all of the possible major risks to you, many the vast majority of women have no problems, but some of the risks are infection, post op bleeding, blood clot after surgery, very rarely even death, fistula, etc the benefits to you should vastly outweigh any risks or u should not have the surgery, u can also go online and read. ...Read more
Liposuction risks: Liposuction is one of the most commonly performed procedures and is very safe when performed by a qualified and experienced infividual. Of course this means conducting a consultation in which the risks and benefits have been reviewed as well as an assessment of realistic expectations in an appropriate candidate. Risks include infection, bleeding, irregularities, fat embolism, necrosis, over/under. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
LASIK: Lasik should be done when the glasses rx (refraction) is stable & test show you a safe candidate. Risks include dry eye, glare & haloes, infection, corneal scarring, flap issues, need for enhancement, decreased vision, & other issues. The risk of these issues is uncommon and vision threatening complications are rare. See a conservative, experienced eyemd who cares about what is best for you. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Risks Involved: Properly performed by a surgeon well versed in this procedure- there are few risks involved. The most notable is scaring or over resection of tissue that can lead to discomfort with intercourse. Properly performed the chances of this occurring is very slight. ...Read moreSee 6 more doctor answers
Spine imaging: Myleogram is usually done in conjunction with a ct scan when a MRI may not be indicated such as with a pacemaker, certain metal implanst like aneurysm clips or with very obese patients or even when prior spinal implants make it hard to obtain a clear MRI image. It is an invasive procedure with a contrast material that may cause an allergic reaction, a spinal headache. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
TNTC: Tobacco is the number one cause of cancer, especially of the lung. It causes heart and bladder problems, chronic lung disease, arterial dysfunction. It also creates bad breath and prevents normal tasting and smell, it is also very expensive. There in fact is nothing to recommend it and this would be a good time to quit. ...Read more
Early and Late: Early: bleeding or injury to adjacent organs are the highest surgical risks. Late: the spleen is a filter that removes old blood cells and certain (encapsulated) bacteria from the bloodstream. Therefore, people without a spleen are prone to certain infections (although there are vaccines for these) and an over abundance of platelets in the bloodstream. ...Read more
It is incapacitating: Stroke is incapacitating as it can cause paralysis og one side of body and can be crippling and even cause death It is a serious and morbid medical condition can be fatal and even if you survive it is crippling and leaves you with unpleasant complications ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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