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What Is The Best Treatment For Asthenia
Since weakness can involve brain or spinal cord lesions, or directly from muscle or peripheral nerve issues, need to locate area of dysfnctn, make sure there are no metabolic issues, medicine reactions, or toxins present.
Once this is clarified, treatment can be accomplished. ...Read more
Da Costa's Syndrome:
Neurocirculatory asthenia is also called da costa's syndrome. It's an unusual disorder that may occur after a respiratory illness. No one knows what causes it but it's harmless. There is no treatment for it other than reassurance and exercise.
Here's something to read more: http://www.Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pmc/articles/pmc1277260/. ...Read more
5 weeks ago I fell down stairs. Xrays & CT scan ok. I still have pain and loss of strength/energy in upper arms. Is there a treatment or?
Consider MRI if your x-rays and CT scans were normal you probably do not have anything serious. You might want to consider an MRI as it is more sensitive to a disc herniation.: If your ct scan and x-rays are normal you probably do not have anything significant. You might want to consider an MRI of your cervical spine as it is more sensitive to disk herniation could be pressing on nerve roots. Most likely that test would be normal as well. Massage therapy and physical therapy may be what you need to get back your strength and feeling of well-being. ...Read more
Sometimes-Yes: One type of ehlers-danlos syndrome (eds) is the hypermobility type (iii), whereby patients experience generalized joint hypermobility, recurrent dislocations, chronic pain and skin hyperextensibility. Patients are often tall, and many share the marfanoid body shape which can be seen in other types of eds (i/ii). An orthopaedic sports medicine specialist may offer allograft tissue reconstructions. ...Read more
What is the problem with hyporeflexia and hypotonis (weakness)? What treatment would be recommended?
"Treatment"?: That's like asking your mechanic how to fix your car running rough. He'd say, Have to find out WHY it's running rough first. You can't get "treatment" if you skip the entire step of diagnosis. HypotoniA & hyporeflexia are signs, not diagnoses. Who has them? What age? This sounds to me a lot like a question about a baby. You've actually provided NO history. Please repost. ...Read more
Weakness: Typhus is a significant illness. It would not be unheard-of for you to have some persistent fatigue. I think you will find your energy improving over the next few weeks ...Read more
Hello sir iam 18 yrs old and iam suffering from masturbation. I feel body weakness and erections are weak tell me treatment?
Erectile dysfunction: Erectile dysfunction in an 18-year old is not normal. Were you previously able to achieve adequate erections? I'd start by seeing your regular doctor so that some basic labwork can be done to rule out hormone imbalances, diabetes, hypothyroidism, etc. If all of that turns out to be normal, and any psychiatric issues are not present, then possibly e.D. Medications would be helpful. See ur dr. ...Read more
I am 18 male and having frequent dizziness & weakness
I am having daily nutritional suppliments.
Is there any better treatment?
Earlier few months back I had few pain in my toe of backbone, I had treatment but now suddenly the pain starts again, dr. Said it was b'coz of weakness?
Diagnosed with "Acute Liver Abscess"
And under treatment. . I am feeling too much weakness. . What should do for get rid from weakness. .
Discuss with doctor: You should ask the doctor who is currently treating you as he knows more information about your overall health. ...Read more
What's the treatment for high cortisol if no tumor is present and the person wasn't using oral steroids? Symp's fatigue, weakness, hypercortisolism,
ACTH-dependent?: Hi. I don't know your work up or what's been tested for or excluded. Hi endogenous cortisol is either pituitary or paraneoplastic (ACTH-dependent) or adrenal tumor (ACTH-independent). I hope you're seeing a good endocrinologist with experience in diagnosing the various different types of Cushing's. If Cushing's is the diagnosis with no treatable target, there are cortisol receptor blockers (cont) ...Read more
24 years old female having generalised muscle weakness can't walk much or move.waht possible she iss having?what the treatment?
Many causes: There are a lot of causes including muscular, neurologic and hormonal disorders. She needs to see a board certified neurologist as soon as possible. ...Read more
I undergone bypass surgery on 17/8/2007. Treatment is clopitab a 150 od, losar beta 50 od, rosavel f. Problem is that I feel weakness & sever rashes.?
Complicated problem: You need to be evaluated for other causes but if you think it's the medicine, an elimination schedule would determine which is doing it. ...Read more
My herniated discs with annular tears have not responded to any treatment, including injections. Weakness and numbness in my leg, & shooting pain help?
Possible surgery.: If indeed you have herniated disc or disks and you have neurological signs like foot weakness and/or absent reflexes then surgical option is more appropriate. ...Read more
What would the treatment be for a pinched nerve in the neck, causing worsening arm weakness, and pain on both sides of the back of the elbow?
For 93 yrs. Mom with weakening kidneys. Weakness & edema at times.
1- is there any kidney enhancement treatment or diet?
2- can blood eecp therapy hel
Check renal function:
You mother needs to go to a nephrologist to see at what level her kidneys work.
Her weakness could be a sign of anemia of chronic kidney disease which can be treated with injections to raise her hemoglobin, which will give her more energy.
She should also collect her urine for 24 hours to see if she has any significant amount of protein in it. Low levels of protein can cause edema. ...Read more
What is medication treatment of ischemic encephalopathy for adults? Men 54 years old is sick for 20 years. Dizziness, tremor, headages, weakness.
Encephalopathy: Ischemia is tissue damage from poor blood flow. If blood flow cannot be restored by stenting a blocked vessel, then usually we focus on managing cholesterol, blood pressure and other conditions which damage blood vessels like diabetes and smoking. A neurology consultation is needed. ...Read more