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What Does It Mean When A Woman Has Bruises
Deposit of amyloid: Amyloid are types of protein that can be deposited in your body. These can occur secondary to a variety of illness and why this happened is still not completely understood. It depends what the locations of the amyloid are as to how the amyloid effects a person. What ever else teh man has may be related tothis diagnosis. ...Read more
It depends.: Brucellosis is a disease that chiefly affects livestock (cattle and goats), and can be transferred to humans if precautions are not taken (goggles, rubber gloves). If a woman is pregnant, the main treatment (tetracyclines) should be avoided since they can damage growing teeth and bones. Children also should avoid this treatment for the same reason. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hormone surges: During pregnancy the part of the brain called the hypothalamus is working "overtime" to send messages to the rest of the body to produce the necessary large quantity of hormones needed for the pregnancy. This secretion is "pulsed" and not sent in a continuous manner. The hypothalamus is notably also responsible for "temperature regulation", thus "chills & goosebumps", if no infection present. ...Read more
Inflammation: Costochondritis usually refers to an inflammation of the joint where the rib meets the sternum (breastbone). It manifests as chest wall pain and is typically treated with nsaids and rest. The key is having a doctor confirm the diagnosis and make sure they rule out other causes of chest pain. (cardiac, gerd, etc). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Gland in neck cancer: A malignant growth in the gland in the front of the neck. Cancer can spread and the thyroid needs to be removed. Sometimes there is just one or multiple cancers in the whole gland. Lymph nodes and further spread needs to be evaluated and appropriate therapy given. Overall thyroid cancer has high cure rates. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
STD: Chlamydia is a sexually transmitted disease (STD) caused by a type of bacteria called chlamydia trachomatis. It is the most common bacterial STD in the US. There can be vaginal discharge or burning w/ urination but often w/o symptoms. Because it can lead to serious pelvic infection (PID) &silently damage fallopian tubes & affect fertility, sexually active women under age 25 should be screened. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
These are likely: Montgomery glands if they are on the areola (colored area around nipple). They help to lubricate the nipple and surrounding tissues. ...Read more
Autoimmune disease: Antibodies float in blood that attack the kidney and lung tissues. These antibodies are made by the persons immune system when it recognizes some tissues as foreign. The end result is kidney failure and lung failure kind of like bad pneumonia with coughing up blood. It is not infectious. Treatment includes immune suppression to stop these antibodies and plasma exchange to remove antibodies. ...Read more
urinary tract blood: The blood in pee can come from anywhere in the urinary tract, although if the blood is significant it probably is from lower in the tract. But you can get blood from kidney disease, ureteral stones, bladder infection, bladder tumores, urethral inflammation, urethral polyps, etc. Always have this investigated by your urologist. ...Read more
Infection: At your age usually infection but you need to be checked and make sure not tumor. ...Read more
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