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What do you recommend for sialolithiasis?

What do you recommend for sialolithiasis?

Sialolith: Milking (massaging) salivary gland (under you jaw) or parotid gland (along side in front of ear) depending on which gland is affected. Chew something sour to stimulate salivation. In rare cases may need surgery. ...Read more

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Dr. Amber Patel
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Sialolithiasis (Definition)

All saliva gland have the potential for producing calcified material or a a frank solidification of such called a salialolith, when this partially or fully block the secretion of saliva. Tjhis can cause partial or total blockage of the gland. It may resolve on its own or may have ...Read more


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What is the definition or description of: sialolithiasis?

What is the definition or description of: sialolithiasis?

SALIVA STONE: All saliva gland have the potential for producing calcified material or a a frank solidification of such called a salialolith, when this partially or fully block the secretion of saliva. Tjhis can cause partial or total blockage of the gland. It may resolve on its own or may have to be surgically exscised. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for sialolithiasis?

What is the treatment for sialolithiasis?

Cialolithiasis: Stones in the salivary glands treatment depends on the size of the stones. For small stones, hydration, nsaids , moist heat & sucking on citrus fruit. For larger stones, surgical removal. Sometimes, to prevent infection, antibiotics are used. ...Read more

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My mom gets sialolithiasis, so am I likely to get it later?

My mom gets sialolithiasis, so am I likely to get it later?

Not necessarily: Salivary stones are not always genetic. However drinking plenty of water can sometimes help. Also, a small stone can often be passed with the help of sour candy - such as lemon heads. This can increase the flow of saliva, helping to flush stones out. ...Read more

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What r the foods recommended after IVF ET?

What r the foods recommended after IVF ET?

Fruits and veggies: What is most important are the things to avoid. Absolutely no alcohol, no smoking cigarettes. If you really need some caffeine then tea would be better than coffee. Two cups of tea in a day is reasonable. Other than that, a diet with emphasis on fruits and vegetables is good. If you are vegetarian then try to get some protein in the form of beans/lentils/tofu. ...Read more

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I have fatty lever grade 1 & took a LFT (s.g.p.t - 62.8 u/l, s.g.o.t - 52.7) is this figures bad? My doc recommend Hepachol is it good?

I have fatty lever grade 1 & took a LFT (s.g.p.t - 62.8 u/l, s.g.o.t - 52.7) is this figures bad? My doc recommend Hepachol is it good?

Yes and no: Fatty liver at age 25 with elevated enzymes is clearly not good. Almost certainly you are overweight and have a high sugar/carb intake, and have high triglycerides. A low carb diet with complete avoidance of processed sugar and high fructose corn syrup will restore your fatty liver to normal. ...Read more

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Would you recommend people to phenterimen?

No: Phentermine is an old drug, currently not recommended by most drs.For most situations, much safer drugs exist in the market. ...Read more