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What Are The Possible Complications Due To Hives
What are the risks of having to be on long term GERD medicines due to chronic condition? Can anything be done to minimize risks?
Well tolerated meds: In general, proton pump inhibitors are well tolerated. Occasionally, they may result in headache or altered stool pattern. Rarely, they may contribute to hypomagnesemia (low magnesium blood levels) & increase risk of clostridium difficile infection. Significantly, particularly in postmenopausal women, they can increase risk of hip fractures. Checking a bone density scan can help define this risk. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many possible: Reasons, especially at age 46 (if that's your true age.) see a doctor to sort out your reasons, no doctor online can tell without a detailed history, an exam, and possibly lab tests. ...Read more
Mold: This is claimed to be a cause of everything from infertility to insanity. Now pre-eclampsia. You will not be able to "prove" this in the scientific sense, but if you can find sufficient statistical correlation you may be able to convince a jury. This is a constant issue in litigation and one of the things that helps to enrich tort lawyers. ...Read more
What are the causes of pneumonia to the babies, how to prevent this, and what are the medications to treat pneumonia for babies?
Usually Viral: If you have a normal child birth - full term with no complications and all vaccines - then cough and runny nose symptoms are most likely associated with a virus and you can use tylenol (acetaminophen) for fever and nose suction. If the baby is less than 1 month old and has a fever, you need to go to an emergency department. ...Read more
Variable.: If you have identical twin with MS, about 30%, but if no relative and you live north of latitudes 39-42, could be as high as 1 in 545 in the general population. About 450,000 cases thought to be in USA, in a population over 300,000,000. ...Read more
What are the problems of mercury(element) that can cause allergic reaction to our body?What are the symptoms?What are the causes and effect?
Depends: The skin is an integral organ system that responds to our state of health. Depending on the disease that you are referring to, there may be different corresponding skin conditions. In addition, a medication(s) prescribed for the illness in question can also lead to many skin problems. ...Read more
What are the symptoms of premature prolonged membranes rupture and is there any way to prevent them?
Phenoxyethanol: Do you mean "phenoxyethanol?" according to a warning by the fda of 2008 "phenoxyethanol is a preservative that is primarily used in cosmetics and medications. It also can depress the central nervous system and may cause vomiting and diarrhea, which can lead to dehydration in infants". ...Read more
Lymphedema : Potential causes are primary - hereditary/congenital this mean patients are born with a lymphatic system that can be hypoplastic or aplastic. Secondary lymphedema is caused by an obstruction or impairment of lymph nodes either because they are resected or removed by surgery, radiation, scar tissue and related to other diseases affecting the lymphatic system. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
MultiFactorial: There are simple techniques that can be used " masters and johnson's. ...Read more
What are the complications of hypothyrodism? Abd what are the treatment options? Is it related to allergy? And is there thyroid transplant?
Replacement therapy: Hypothyroidism is not related to allergy, could be related to auto-immunity where antibodies attack the thyroid tissues, there is no thyroid transplant, as hormone replacement is available, your best bet is to find an endrocrinologist and follow up with him/her, good luck ...Read more
What are ways to prove mold exposure to be the cause of pre-eclampsia toxemia complications? Http://www.Altmeds.Com/toxicitytoxemia/description
Unknown: There continues to be much research and scientific debate about the causes of preeclampsia . The web- site you note suggests toxemia and toxicity can be interchangeable---that is not true in the obstetric community. It also suggests preeclampsia may be caused by "toxins". That is an over simplification. There is no good data to prove mold exposure causes preeclampsia. ...Read more
Acne scarring: Pimple that become large and cystic are ones that usually cause scarring unless aggressively treated with appropriate meds by dermatologist. Any pimples that u squeeze can also potentially leave a scar; so, no popping zits! use meds to treat them. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many...: These generally break down into two categories. There are rare, but very severe issues including pulmonary fibrosis, liver dysfunction, and thyroid dysfunction. There are also GI side effects (nausea) skin changes (over decades, the skin turns a bluish grey) and more mild thyroid issues which may require thyroid supplementation or other such treatment. ...Read more
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