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What Makes A Partoid Gland Grow
Glands grow: If not all of the thyroid was removed, the remnant will likely grow back, especially if the TSH was slightly high or normal (tsh is a stimulus to growth). Surgery usually does not remove every last cell of the thyroid, even if it is called a "total thyroidectomy". See your endocrinologist. ...Read more
Yes: After partial removal, the remaining thyroid will grow. If this thyroid remnant is healthy, it can easily make enough thyroid hormone to keep your blood levels normal, but on exam it may be enlarged. If the original surgery was for a "nodule", then this enlarging thyroid remnant can create concern/confusion: is it normal physiologic expansion, or another nodule? Check with your endocrinologist. ...Read more
I have been on Accutane for 5 months on 40/80mg, when will my sebaceous glands grow back and will they grow back slowly? Thanks
Hi there I have finished my Accutane course 40/80mg for 5 months and was wondering if my sebaceous glands will grow back to normal size?
I'm 19, 5'9, and 175 pounds. If I take pituitrophin pmg 6850, for my pituitary glands, will I grow taller since it helps the growth hormones?
No: As a 19 year old male, your growth is likely done and your bones growth plates closed. At this age taking growth hormone will bulk muscle and could make bones thicker, but are not going to make them longer, and thus, no increase in height. I urge you to think twice about putting pituitary supplements you describe into your body without someone who knows all their affects guiding you- can be danger. ...Read more
Is it true that binaural beats can stimulate your pituitary gland to produce more HGH? Which Hz is best preferred for your height. I'm 5'5 want to grow
There is no evidence that your statement is even close to the truth.
NOOOOOOO... you cannot stimulate your pituitary doing so. ...Read more
Yes: There are numerous minor salivary glands in the oral mucus membrane. They can regenerate, if removed. ...Read more
US results "a mass to the thyroid gland, which appears to arise from or be directly contiguous w/lower pole of gland" Can thyroid mass grow outside?
What are different ways to stimulate the pituitary gland or increase growth hormone to grow taller?
Depends: If a kid is truly growth hormone deficient by test, artificial hormone can return them to a normal growth rate. Those who are just behind, but growing at a normal rate, could speed things up with hormone injections, but would not grow taller than they would have naturally. If they are growing normally, a balanced diet, rest and exercise permit normal growth. No diet or supplements boost the final. ...Read more
Can parathyroid tumors/masses appear on US to be on/attached/contiguous w/the thyroid gland? How large can parathyroid masses grow? Are they benign?
Do Pituitary gland tumours grow bigger fast or does it take long time for it to get bigger my doctor made me wait 6 months nd am still waiting for mri?
Pituitary tumors: These tumors are generally slow growing and rarely are malignant. As such it is not uncommon to them to be observed without treatment for a period of time. Often, an MRI is done 3-6 months after the initial diagnosis, and then every 6-12 months thereafter. It is always appropriate to discuss concerns about observation with a doctor. ...Read more
Different itching symptom about dryeye and primary meibomian glands dysfunction? Can be allergy only attack eyelid where eyelashes grow + eyecorner?
Yes; compresses: As before in a previous post to you, if you are not performing hot compresses, then start. This helps the eyelids and reduces the eyelid irritation. Artificial tears and antihistamine eye drops will aide the ocular surface symptoms. If your symptoms are not improving after several days to a couple of weeks, then a visit to your eye md will help determine if you require more aggressive treatment. ...Read more
2 years ago my mother went into surgery to take out her left thyroid gland. Now the doctor said the right one is starting to grow. Surgery or medicine?
Half thyroid: If half the thyroid is removed, it is normal for the other half to get bigger to compensate. Also, if the "problem" originally was a nodular thyroid, that problem usually affects both sides, even if the right side looked normal at the time. Your mother needs to see an endocrinologist who does thyroid ultrasound and biopsy. ...Read more
4-5 tiny bumps in crease between butt/thigh and vagina. DO NOT inch or burn. Do not grow or multiply. Been 2 weeks. Cysts? Clogged glands? STD?
Here are some…: The surest way to help you is to seek professional evaluation and counseling timely - right at the time of seeing such lesions. Although online chat is convenient, oftentimes, it's still like a guessing game, which may Inadvertently incite more anxiety and confusion than help., collect & bring the symptoms & signs with their sequence of events to Dr. For analysis, exam, and possible test. ...Read more
Can stem cell Platelet Rich Plasma drops regenerate The lacrimal gland damaged by Sjogrens? Or re-grow damaged eyelashes? Dry eye 80% better
If a person had lymphoma in the pituitary gland causing hypophysitis and partial adrenal insufficiency, could it become stable or shrink when hydrocortisone started and grow if hydrocortisone stopped?
Lymphocytic h-itis?: You don't manage "lymphoma" just with hydrocortisone. If you are perhaps referring to lymphocytic hypophysitis, this is a different matter altogether; this is an autoimmune illness that can wax and wane and for which you need to be very closely followed. The picture you describe is in fact a good match for how lymphocytic hypophysitis might behave on glucocorticoid treatment. ...Read more
Glands or immune!: Glands usually refers to lymph nodes a collection of immune cells that scange bacterial and viral debris and help you form immunity against the infection. Lymph node enlargement can also occur in autimmine disease, and rarely (the ones you can see), cancer. If you have a chronic lymph nose enlargement, see your doctor. ...Read more
Where? Which?: Depends on where the glands are. Typically lymph glands will swell in the area of an infection - for example the glands in the neck may swell when fighting an infection in the throat. This is a normal reaction to infection - your body is doing what it needs to do. However, if your glands stay swollen or tender, see a doctor to see if they could use some help fighting the infection. ...Read more