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How is tuba aperta diagnosed and what ia its best treatment option? Rured of the clicking sound for every one to hear!

How is tuba aperta diagnosed and what ia its best treatment option? Rured of the clicking sound for every one to hear!

Go to ENT: Tuba aperta is also know as patulous eustachian tube. The tube usually is closed. In this condition the tube intermittently opens. "when this happens the pt experiences autophony the hearing of self generated sounds. These sounds such as ones own breathing, voice and heartbeat vibrate directly onto the the ear drum and create a bucket on the head effect" (wikipedia). Get cured go to ent. ...Read more

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Uncontrollable Verbal Outbursts (Definition)

Uncontrollable vocal sounds may occur if a person has a neurological or psychiatric condition that causes them to make sounds. People with Tourette's syndrome, for example, may make frequent involuntary vocal sounds. ...Read more


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Reduced rom in right shoulder with clicking sound when elevated. Rotator cuff injury? What is best treatment plan?

Reduced rom in right shoulder with clicking sound when elevated. Rotator cuff injury? What is best treatment plan?

Shoulder: Seek medical attention. A orthopedic surgeon is the best place to start. After the exam you may get radiography, physical therapy, anti inflammatory, steroid injection, linemen or surgery. Regardless you need to get to the bottom of it. ...Read more

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Had a dnc. 1 month later ultra sound shows several cysts and fibroyd tumors. A lot of pain and swelling and pressure. What is best treatment for this?

Had a dnc. 1 month later ultra sound shows several cysts and fibroyd tumors. A lot of pain and swelling and pressure. What is best treatment for this?

Your PCP can help: This sounds a a bit unusual for a young person of your age. You need to have your pcp and gynecologist work together to help treat this problem. Where are the cysts located? Are they located in your ovary? Seek out a good gynecologist to help you. ...Read more

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I have sounds produced from abdomen and salivation during sleep what is cause and treatment?

I have sounds produced from abdomen and salivation during sleep what is cause and treatment?

Living LIfe: I do not understand the question. Your body is still living when you are sleeping. I do not see any medical condition or health concerns in your question. Am I missing something? ...Read more

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Will treatment with a derma roller be uncomfortable? A derma roller sounds a little scary. Will using one be uncomfortable or painful? .

Will treatment with a derma roller be uncomfortable? A derma roller sounds a little scary. Will using one be uncomfortable or painful? .

Depends: Dermarollers at home should be used cautiously as strict sterility should be maintained to avoid infections. Typically they are not painful because of limited depth. When used in a medical office, we use only single use items to avoid cross contamination. The items sold on the internet are very shallow and will not produce any significant skin changes. ...Read more

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Am having some hissing sound inside my ears since 2 days. What is causing it & what is the treatment. Thanks?

Am having some hissing sound inside my ears since 2 days. What is causing it & what is the treatment. Thanks?

Poss earwax: Do not stick a cotton swab in there. See your Primary care and he may suggest ear drops to loosen hardened earwax. Then the wax either falls out, or is blown out with a gentle stream of air. Q-tips tend to just make things worse. ...Read more

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At 1.5 weeks post op wasn't feeling well. Primary pa said I had no bowel sounds. Put on ducolax 2xday. What does that mean and is this treatment good?

At 1.5 weeks post op wasn't feeling well. Primary pa said I had no bowel sounds. Put on ducolax 2xday. What does that mean and is this treatment good?

Dulcolax for Ileus: We can not comment on this as we do not have enough information, as to what kind of surgery you had and what kind of anesthesia used but dulcolax is a laxative and is often used for post operative ileus (no bowel sounds) hope it works for you. ...Read more

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What is the effect of extra sound (s3) in heart disease? What is the treatment?

What is the effect of extra sound (s3) in heart disease? What is the treatment?

S3: The S3 is a sound which is heard associated with a failing left ventricle usually dilated and contracting poorly. The treatment is not for the S3 it is for the failing ventricle. ...Read more

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What is the effect of extra sound (s3) in heart disease? What is the treatment?

What is the effect of extra sound (s3) in heart disease? What is the treatment?

S3: The S3 is a sound which is heard associated with a failing left ventricle usually dilated and contracting poorly. The treatment is not for the S3 it is for the failing ventricle. ...Read more

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My ear cracks to loud sounds like a dog barking. It might happen a few times a day. What's the cause & treatment?

My ear cracks to loud sounds like a dog barking. It might happen a few times a day. What's the cause & treatment?

Middle Ear Spasm: Could be tensor tympani muscle spasm or your tmj probably conditioning would work; record dog bark and gradually build up tolerance. For tensor tympani spasm mirror biofeedback works well. See www. Grossaninstitute. Com. ...Read more

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What is the treatment for a cracked lower right rib? Breath sounds equal and bilateral but patient is intoxicated.

What is the treatment for a cracked lower right rib? Breath sounds equal and bilateral but patient is intoxicated.

Get xray: At this point the pt. (hopefully)should no longer be intoxicated. An xray is indicated to see if the rib is 'broke' and to rule out a pneumothorax. Even w/ breath sounds equal etc. Rib fxs. Generally heal on their own in 6-8 wks and just need protection while healing. Good luck! ...Read more

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6 yo has bronchitis. Just gave him albuterol in nebulizer and his cough is really bad after treatment. It sounds productive though. Is this normal?

6 yo has bronchitis. Just gave him albuterol in nebulizer and his cough is really bad after treatment. It sounds productive though. Is this normal?

It is normal to: cough more right after a nebulization treatment. The medication loosens up the mucous in the airway passages. However, if he is wheezing more or having difficulty breathing, or he seems to need a treatment in less than 2 hours, you should call his pediatrician. He may need to be re-checked and/or his medications adjusted. ...Read more

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I have 3wks baby and his having a cold and it sounds like a bit cough. What kind of treatment should I gave him? I'm also breast feeding having a cold

I have 3wks baby and his having a cold and it sounds like a bit cough. What kind of treatment should I gave him? I'm also breast feeding having a cold

Likely viral illness: It is indeed winter time and colds/flu are everywhere. If baby is not having fever and still feeding, sleeping well, and urinating/stooling normally, no treatment needed. Nasal suction/saline drops for stuffy nose may suffice. If more severe symptoms and baby not feeding well, I recommending seeing his doc asap because he is only 3 wks old. Congrats on the baby and good luck. ...Read more

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3mo baby w/RSV. Cough is resolving but stuffy nose sounds worse. Albuterol-nebulizer treatment plus saline solution atomizer. What can I do?

3mo baby w/RSV. Cough is resolving but stuffy nose sounds worse. Albuterol-nebulizer treatment plus saline solution atomizer. What can I do?

Saline: You can add some normal saline infant nose drops with a bulb syringe to clear her nostrils. I am glad to hear the cough and lower respiratory issues are decreasing, she is on the road to recovery. Also, give her extra fluids, pedialyte. ...Read more

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No bowel sounds in lower abdomen. Bowel sounds in upper abdomen transverse colon distended. Prescribed librax plus linzess is this a normal treatment?

No bowel sounds in lower abdomen. Bowel sounds in upper abdomen transverse colon distended. Prescribed librax plus linzess is this a normal treatment?

Depends: Hi JonT Sorry to hear about you have been struggling with your health. It really depends on your diagnosis. What you described are clinical and exam findings. Diagnoses are made through consideration of all the data. We typically try to prioritize treatment of the underlying illness before symptom treatment with the thought that if we can fix the illness, the symptoms will go away. Hope this helps ...Read more

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Treatment options for inflammation (bursitis) of right scapula, occasional cracking sound?

Treatment options for inflammation (bursitis) of right scapula, occasional cracking sound?

See details: If the cracking sound causes pain, it is unlikely to be bursitis. See an orthopedist. A rhomboid bursitis will resolve with a cortisone injection. ...Read more

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When I underwent ultra sound scanning enlarged right inguinal and femoral nodes largest at 2.7 CM please tell me what's this and treatment?

When I underwent ultra sound scanning enlarged right inguinal and femoral nodes largest at 2.7 CM please tell me what's this and treatment?

Follow-up: Enlarged inguinal and femoral lymph nodes can be due to many etiologies. Commonly, if you have any cuts or injury to your feet or legs, these node drain those areas and can become enlarged. Enlarged lymph nodes can be a sign of other systemic diseases such as lymphoma and thus your doctor should repeat the us in several weeks to make sure the nodes are resolving. If not, a biopsy may be required. ...Read more

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Why would a dr not refer a patient for pt after a neck injury w/no pain but cracking sound? Patient advised badly? Any treatment options 1 year later?

Why would a dr not refer a patient for pt after a neck injury w/no pain but cracking sound? Patient advised badly? Any treatment options 1 year later?

Neck injury: If there are neurological injuries and no pain, just a cracking sound that is likely due to the "facet" and area in the spine bone where two small ones overlap - within symptoms of pain it is not treated and usually improves on its own. ...Read more

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