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Tubular Pregnancy Symptoms And Treatments
Real emergency: Tubular pregnancies are serious emergencies. If there is possibility of pregnancy associated to lower abdominal pain right or left associated or not to mild vaginal bleeding. If there is any doubt pts must be screened with transvaginal ultrasound, blood test and if highly suspicious ....In the operating room with a needle through the culdesac around the cervix. Treatment is inmediate surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When your due date arrives, you will be more than ready to have your baby! Most women deliver the baby somewhere between 37 and 42 weeks. According to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, only 5% of babies arrive on the exact due date. Approximately 7% of babies are not delivered by 42 weeks, and when that happens, it is referred to ...Read more
Symptoms include....: ....Pain with urination, frequent urination, incomplete urination, bladder pain, kidney pain, fever, vomiting, etc.. Treatment includes urine culture to find out what the germ is, antibiotics to kill the germ, fluids to flush out the urinary tract, and sometimes an investigation to find out why the urinary tract got infected to begin with. ...Read more
Blood clot : Seek help immediately if you think you have a blood clot. Ultrasound imaging and by D dimer blood tests will be used to help diagnose blood clots. Signs and symptoms can include redness, swelling, or pain. During pregnancy, heparin is the preferred drug of choice to treat the clot. ...Read more
See below: Pheochromocytoma is a rare tumor of adrenal gland tissue. It results in the release of too much Epinephrine and norepinephrine, hormones that control heart rate, metabolism, and blood pressure . Treatment involves removing the tumor with surgery. It is important to stabilize blood pressure and pulse with medication before surgery. ...Read more
Usually can't tell: The only reliable differentiation is a positive pregnancy test. Every period is different and every pregnancy is different. A lot of times you will be able to tell in hindsight that your pregnancy symptoms were pregnancy and not pms, the distinction can be very subtle, but it can be obvious too. Whether you are trying to get pregnant or not the wait is excruciating. Best wishes either way. ...Read more
What are common and uncommon signs & symptoms of lymphoma and what can be done to detect it and prevent it and what is the treatment for it.
See below: The most common presenting complaint in people with lymphoma is painless adenopathy, or a persistently swollen lymph node. Other complaints can be fever, night sweats, or weight loss. Detection is either through a swollen node or imaging showing enlarged nodes. Diagnosis is made by biopsy. There's no prevention. Treatment will involve chemotherapy and may or may not include radiation therapy. ...Read more
What is the difference between a UTI and a kidney infection? Are the antibiotics for treatment the same?
Eclampsia: Eclampsia is a severe form of preeclampsia. Seizures which are what is presented with eclampsia is treated with anti seizure medications including valium and phenobarbital. These medications are given in injectable forms and therefore are best given in a hospital setting. There are other medications that can be given for the treatment of eclampsia. ...Read more
Broken back : It can be a fracture of the bones or a disruption of the ligaments that requires no treatment, simple rigid bracing, halo fixation, or even surgery. These problems can occur following trauma and are localized to the neck region/cervical, middle back/thoracic, or lower/lumbar, sacral. See a spine specialist concerning your particular injury. Some imaging study will be needed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is the treatment for urinary tb? I'm awaiting test results for the possibility of having that condition.
Urinary Tb: Tb of the urinary tract is secondary to systemic TB and lung tb. Treatment is the same as pulmonary tb. ...Read more
Pregnancy symptoms: If you're sexually active, the best indicator is a missed period. Athough you might have some spotting or vaginal discharge. Sore breasts, fatigue, nausea, dizziness, mild cramping, or nothing at all are some of the typical symptoms of early pregnancy. To know for sure, please take a pregnancy test and see your doctor. ...Read more
What is the cause of t2 prolongation related to leukoariosis on a MRI with contrast and what is the treatment and/or prognosis?
"Thinning" of ...: White matter with increased fluid content, which accounts for the t2 hyper intensity. Most physicians feel this is due to small artery infractions in subcortical white matter. Although these findings are MRI are age related (more common in the elderly), this process is associated with chronic hypertension. Risk factors also include heart disease, diabetes and smoking. ...Read more
Delivery: Amnionitis/chorioamnionitis is a very serious infection that is usually not resolvable with antibiotics alone. Delivery is usually the only option both for the health of the mother and for the best chance for survival of the baby. ...Read more
If you are in the middle of a hyperglycemia attack would it be best to get an accurate test on the severity of it? Is there home tests?
Yes, but...: Of course there are home tests for blood glucose levels which can tell you how high your glucose is...And you can take extra insulin, if that's what you have, as advised or recommended for that glucose level. But an acute "attack" probably deserves the attention of you primary care physician, endocrinologist, or, if necessary, an emergency room. This is not something to trifle with, it can kill. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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