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What Does The Mayo Clinic Specialize In
My wife has lupus and fibromyalgia. Is there a clinic that specializes in these diseases? Or should we just suck em up and be content with present?
Lupis treatment: The best kind of dr. To address your condition is called a rheumatologist. I would look for someone who is board certified in that specialty. There should be a listing in the yellow pages or you may want to check with your local medical society. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My wife has lupus & fibromyalgia she sees a local rheumatologist to scant avail. Is there a clinic in na that specializes in these diseases?
Nothing: The diet outlines good and bad habits: good daily habits -eat a healthy breakfast -eat four servings of vegetables and three of fruits -eat whole grains -eat healthy fats -exercise thirty minutes bad habits -added sugar -snacks other than fruits and vegetables -overlarge servings of meat or dairy products -eating restaurant meals that don't follow the diet -watching television while eating. ...Read more
Excellent Question: There are at least THREE Clinic Sites...The Original is in Rochester Minn. It is the ORIGINAL Site and I suggest that its the place to go if you can. Simple go to the Mayo Clinic Web Site or CALL the clinic and ask for INTAKE information. The Evaluation is AMAZING ...everything in ONE PLACE and OFTEN in ONE to TWO Days. Hope this Helps Dr Z (Formerly Research Fellow Mayo Clinic and Mayo Grad Sc ...Read more
Difficult matter: This test is only useful when it is Abnormal. But it does not help at all when it is normal panel(which means there is no abnormaility found but it does not exclude any diagnosis because there is nothing predictable about a paraneoplastic panel). So you can not say it is false negative . it is designed to be useful only if it shows an abnormality that supports a clinical diagnosis of cancer . ...Read more
What are some places similar to Cleveland Clinic and Mayo Clinic? I've been having prolonged mystery medical problems and need a team of doctors.
See answer: John Hopkins is excellent. They also have an online second opinion website. Also check out Crowd.med. It is cost effective. Hundreds of physicians try to solve your case. There are articles on the web that discuss how best to get a second opinion and also discussion online second opinions ...you can also find reviews of these sites. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Anyone heard or part of "best doctors" (insurance) program? Like a mayo clinic you never have to go to! just discovered and so desperate for help!
advertisement!: Mayo is a lot of advertisement. I will give away a secret: the "best" doctors are still in manhattan. Sorry to give this advice away. ...Read more
The best excellence diagnosis center in europe for neurology? Any equivalent to the mayo clinic ?
At mayo clinic i tested positive for anti dsdna. Latest test says negative (l) dsdna. If positive are you always positive?
Depends on lab: A lot of this depends on what your problems are. Specifically however laboratory studies can sometimes cause conflict. It depends on whether the test was done the correct way, and lab tests can vary even day today. Some labs do a better job than others. This may also depend on the technique of the type of dna test that was done. Your physician can help clarify this. ...Read more
I have been sick for 2 years with nausea with no diagnoses is it worth it to travel to the mayo clinic ( i'm from canada) ?
No : See my answer to your previous question - find a local functional medicine doctor at a4m.Com to help you. ...Read more
What do you suggest if my grandfather was born with 2 penises,was studied at mayo clinic as a child. what is this condition called?
Diphallia: It's called diphallia or duplicate penises. It occurs at a rate of 1in 5.5 million male births. Not sure what you mean by, "what do you suggest"…. please clarify. ...Read more
I read on Mayo Clinic's website that I am close to overweight. I am 21 and 150 lbs. My ideal weight is 133. What can I do to lose the weight?
Lifestyle changes: Develop lifelong healthy habits. Eat small balanced meals every 2-3 hours consisting of a whole,unprocessed foods such as a lean protein, veggies, and healthy fat (eg - avocado) Reduce your starch/carbohydrate intake from breads/pasta as low as possible. Daily exercise is important to maintain good health as well. Last, reduce calories by limiting drinks with calories-water is best. ...Read more
I have a fructose intolerance, diagnosed by the mayo clinic. Is this a common problem? Growing problem? There isn't much infoation online about it.
I have been sick for 2 years. At first i was diagnoses with tcell lymphoma. Trip to the mayo clinic ruled that out but still have abnormal t cell. ?
Inflammatory?: Lymphocytes (t cell, b cell) can be "abnormal" but not cancerous such as inflammatory (viral) or autoimmune conditions. That might relate to 2 years of being sick. In that case the underlying condition (often hard to pinpoint) should be treated. The lymphoma (& other specialty) mds at mayo are exceptional. If you are in nc, there are other great institutions close by (eg, unc, etc) to investigate. ...Read more
Please, who may help me with my systemic mastocytosis? Was discovered 22years ago in mayo clinic. - jacksonville, fl. Thanks!
Consult: Would consult with an allergist, gastroenterologist and hematologist. ...Read more
What does it mean if my dopamine went down upon standing? Last time it went up 12 to 18
this time 12 and down to 10? Any meaning behind this? It was accatacholomine blood test at, mayo clinic.
I have POTS syndrome diagnosed by the mayo clinic. I wake up everyday sore as if I worked out the previous day but I haven't. Why is this?
Soreness: Where is your soreness? Is it everywhere, or is it focused in certain places? POTS is not normally associated with muscle soreness. Perhaps something has been overlooked. Is your nutrition ok? Do you get enough sleep? Do you drink enough water? Are you undergoing any treatments for POTS that could affect your electrolytes? This could be a link. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer