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What Is The Treatment For Frostbite That Is Best And Has Fewest Side Effects
Rewarming: Frostbite is, quite simply, frozen tissues. Depending on how severe the frostbite (i.e. How deep the freeze goes), the treatment can range from simply rewarming to in-patient treatment similar to burns to amputations and long recovery times. If you have frostbite, you should see a doctor right away. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
-exposure 2 cold & is graded just like a burn. 1'st degree is like a sunburn, 2'nd= with blistering, & 3'rd= full thickness with loss of viability of the skin. These R the most serious, & may need debridement & skin grafts. Best 2 dress in protective clothing. This includes the ears &nose, as these R very susceptible, along with fingers & toes. If traveling by car in severe ...Read more
Lead poisoning: In most cases of lead poisoning, removal from exposure is the only therapy needed. If blood lead levels exceed a certain concentration, chelation therapy may be necessary, which is really a clinical judgment call. Exposure to lead must cease before chelation therapy begins. Dmsa (succimer) is fda-approved for lead-poisoned children, and is effective in adults. It is taken by mouth. ...Read more
Depends on the cause: There are several ways to treat vision problems related to refractive errors (need for prescription correction). The easiest is to wear glasses. Contact lenses can decrease your need for glasses, but must be cared for regularly in order to prevent infections. Laser vision correction and lens replacement surgery are alternatives that can provide lasting glasses-free vision but are costlier. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Anti-inflammatories: Secondary dysmenorrhea is usually due to a physical problem like endometriosis, uterine fibroids or polyps. Medications like advil or Aleve (naproxen) (non-steroidal anti-inflammatories= nsaids) can help and usually have little side effects. In general it is better to treat the cause if it is secondary dysmenorrhea. Primary dysmenorhea is usually hormonal and responds well to nsaids. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Super-Serious: If the diagnosis of wilson's has been made, your situation is more serious than we can address on healthtap. Untreated, it will first make you crazy and unable to move normally, then kill you slowly by destroying your liver. This is not the time to ask us to suggest rx's or fret about possible side-effects, though most folks tolerate the Penicillamine fairly well. Very glad you got diagnosed. ...Read more
What is best treatment for pcos with out any side effects in future? will pcos will be present through out life?
Weight loss + meds: PCOS is the result of a complex interplay between genetics, diet and obesity. Long term consequences include diabetes and increased cardiovascular disease. Mainstay of treatment is weight loss, oral contraceptives and metformin in selected patients. All medications can have side effects. PCOS will be present through out life. See http://bit.ly/18zfCTM ...Read more
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