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What Helps The Most With Chronic Fatigue And Pain
What is the safest over-the-counter medication for pains and fatigue associated with fibromyalgia?
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What is the best treatment for chronic fatigue syndrome? I have seen many physicians and having difficulty getting the right support!
Rx: Certain medications may help. I would search the internet for physicians in your area that specialize in chronic fatigue syndrome (cfs). Cfs is a designation given to chronic fatigue of unknown etiology. It is neither an autoimmune nor a rheumatologic condition. However, routine causes of fatigue must be ruled out first (anemia, hypothyroidism, etc.). ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have hyper mobile joint syndrome. Can this be the cause of my joint /muscle pain and chronic fatigue? Is it associated with cfs?
Joint: The best place for you to start would be a visit to a Rheumatologist. Have your doctor refer you. ...Read more
What are the treatment and or medication normally used to treat chronic appendix[ symptoms are ongoing pain, mild dihorrea, loss of appetite, unwell]?
Appendicitis: Appendicitis is typically treated with surgery. If it is severe antibiotics may be used. Pain medications can also be used. Chronic appendix pain may actually arrise from the gallbladder which should be looked at with an ultrasound. Any other questions? I am happy to consult. ...Read more
Probably cystitis.: This is likely due to a cystitis or bladder infection that might have a silent upper tract involvement or pyelonephritis, which is a kidney infection. This can present with flank pain, fever and chills, and dysuria or pain/difficulty on urination. A sexually transmitted pathogen can also cause pain. The cause must be treated with antibiotics, like tmp-smx (trimethoprim-sulfamethoxasole). ...Read more
Many possibilities: There are too many possible causes to give you a reliable answer. I recommend you see your doctor for an evaluation. ...Read more
Been diagnosed with reversal of the cervical lordosis, is this what is causing my severe headaches, leg pain and chronic fatigue?
What can I do for this pain in stomach along with constipation and mucus in stool? What is the problem?
I have all flu symptoms in addition to difficulty breathing and severe back pain. Is this normal for the flu?
Sinus pain: Need more information. Which sinus are you talking about.Classical it will be over the sinus. above eyes if orbital sinus, nose if nasal sinus, over cheeks if maximally sinus.But can radiate to other areas. Best to have your Dr.look at it. I find hot tub, shower and heating pad over sinus helps. ...Read more
Chronic pain : Celiac plexus block is when local anesthetic is injected into a nexus of nerves located in the abdomen. It is used to treat chronic pain from cancer in the upper abdomen or it can be used to treat chronic pancreatitis. The chronicity is important because there are many potential complications. A proper diagnosis for the cause of the abdominal pain must be made prior to having this block. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Any time: Honestly, I believe that having migraines that bad at any interval is too often and you should be seen by your doctor to talk to him/her about options to help abort them just as you feel them coming on to stop them before they get that bad so you don't have to suffer so much like that. There are many options out there and I'm sure your doctor can help you navigate what will work best for you. ...Read more
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