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What Is Pouchitis Is It A Major Problem
Infl ileoanal pouch: Some with ulcerative colitis need surgery (colectomy) for control. Connect ileum (small bowel) to anus: get rid of diseased colon, prevent colon cancer. Fashion a reservoir of loops of ileum for the connection; same appplies to ileostomies. Inflamed pouch, increased discharge, frequency, pain, fever, occasionally bleeding. Rx acutely with antibiotics; might prevent with probiotics. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is Hernia is a serious problem ? If treatment of hernia is not done,so there is problem or not and if yes what kind of problem is done? Is herni?
Depends: Depends upon the particularly thyroid problem. Discuss w/your doctor. ...Read more
Overweight: The majority of people with pcos have pre-diabetes. People with pcos are at very high risk for diabetes. There is a genetic (family history) component to pcos and diabetes, but daily exercise, staying at a healthy weight and eating a healthy diet that is very low in saturated fat is vital. There are some (very few) pcos women who are thin and the disorder is purely genetic. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It depends: A heart murmur is an extra sound that is not normally heard when listening to the heart. There are many situations where the murmur is normal and it is referred to as an "innocent" murmur. Alternatively, the murmur may be due to abnormal valve function, an abnormal blood vessel or a hole in the heart. It is important to have an evaluation to know for sure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
You can die.: Anaphylaxis is a severe allergic reaction affecting many organs at once. Most serious is swelling shutting off movement of air through the windpipe & leakage of plasma out of the bloodstream leading to catastrophic loss of blood pressure, shock & heart stoppage. Death occurs in 1% of all episodes of anaphylaxis. Its victims are often children and young adults in the prime of life. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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There is blood block in brain, what treatment s d best? Is it a very serious problem or a small problem which can be solved?
Worrisome: Blocks are strokes - is this the cause of your weakness?You may recover and never have another, but this could also be a warning of another stroke and that could cause loss of function that might not recover. Control your high BP and you may be started on aspirin. At the time of a stroke, you may start on blood thinners and tpa (alteplase). Post stroke rehab activities are valuable but may take effort. ...Read more
Spinal fluid : In contrast to a meningocele, which is a spinal fluid collection covered by dura that extends beyond the normal areas, a pseudomeningocele is spinal fluid not covered by dura. It is typically a result of surgery on the spine, where the covering (dura) was opened, intentionally or unintentionally. Unless it produces headaches, or is draining thru the skin, the pseudomenigocele is left alone. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Casing around tonsil: Hard to tell without having a look ...Read more
See below: Colds are normally a self limited illness of 10 to 14 days. A cold may have a fever with it for the first couple of day, allergies do not. Also, allergies tend to cause more sneezing, nasal itchiness, as well as, watery, itchy eyes. Allergy medications, zyrtec, claritin, and allegra, will not help alleviate cold symptoms. ...Read more
Metabolic problem: Cystinuria is a metabolic genetic disease that is associated with the leaking of Amino Acids in the urine--mainly cystine, ornithine, leucine, and arginine. However, when the urine is saturated with cystine, stones can form. Many patients suffer from frequent stone events and often need surgery. Cystine can also leak in the intestine, but usually doesn't cause symptoms. ...Read more
Inflamation: Bchecet syndrome is a rare disorder that leads to chonic inflamation of the blood vessels of the entire body. The symptoms can come and go. Areas effected include, eyes, skin, joints, digestive tract. If the inflamation is left untreated it can lead to permanent damage to the organs involved. If you have this, and have not consulted a rheumatologist, you should. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Polythelia: Polythelia refers to supernumerary (or accessory) nipples. Polythelia is quite common, maybe present at birth and it may not be recognized until later in life. Rarely do they cause complications. An association with certain renal/kidney/genitourinary conditions has been suggested and some doctors may decide to perform an ultrasound or pelvic imaging in childhood. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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