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What Is The Best Treatment For Abdominal Colic
My son, aged 6 years, is complaining from abdominal colic , tenesmus , and diarrhea , what to do ?
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My 58 yo internist huband is complaining from abdominal colic , tenesmus , and diarrhea , what to do ?
My father 50yrs he had constipation for 4 days and abdominal colic and ab. Flatulence he has fatty liver btw what is the cause? Please help im scared
The veins that you: May see on the abdomen are not varicose at all. They point to an existing venous obstruction in the abdomen. For instance if a vein that bring blood from the gut to the lover, the portal vein is obstructed by lever disease you gave the need to drain somehow the blood. I do not know what parasites ur talking about, but i hope a physician is involved with the case... ...Read more
Diagnosis: There is never a best treatment without first obtaining an accurate diagnosis. Consultation with an md is the only way to obtain the information about why, and then a best treatment can be planned for. Good luck! ...Read more
Depends on the Cause: This question is difficult to answer appropriately without more information. There are many different things which can cause a protruding abdomen (obesity, hernias, ascites, tumors, etc). These all have different treatments. It is important to see your physician who can take a history and physical examination and recommend the appropriate treatment for you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Find the cause first: You can control the itch with daily non-sedating antihistamines tablets. If the regular dose doesn't help. Fexofenadine, Loratadine and Cetirizine have been studied upto twice a day to control severe hives. Using a topical cream with 1% Hydrocortisone may also help. Use cetaphil lotion as a bathing "soap". Do not use any other soaps, creams or lotions. If this doesn't help see your primary doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
ER Stone Care: For someone in the er, the best intervention is to give toradol, if: no anti-coagulation, not allergic, no GI ulcers and no abnormal creatinine. Studies have proven toradol to be more effective than narcotics in first line therapy. Narcotics can then be used in lesser quantities for ongoing management. Plus the anti-inflammatory properties aid in stone passage by reducing ureteral swelling. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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