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What's Chrones Disease
Symptoms of Crohn's: Crohn's disease is an inflammatory disease of the GI tract. It frequently involves the last part of the small intestine and/or the colon, but can involve other areas. Common symptoms include abdominal pain, diarrhea, bleeding, nausea, vomiting, weight loss, fatigue and fever. Occasionally, it can cause symptoms by irritating other areas such as the joints, eyes, liver, kidneys and skin. (see pic). ...Read more
I've inquired numerous times about p.T.S.D from my psych. But have gotten no real helpful information regarding the disease. Where can I look or can you elaborate
PTSD: Is a severe anxiety disorder that develops after exposure to any event that results in psychological trauma. Symptoms include re-experiencing the trauma (nightmares, flashbacks), avoidance of stimuli associated with the trauma, & increased arousal (insomnia, phypervigilance, anger). Symptoms last more than 1 month & interfere with daily functioning. Treatment involves cognitive behavior therapy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nonspecific inflammation: Hey sedimentation rate of 70 is higher elevated please can go along with many things it is caused by inflammation or infection you need to see a primary care physician or rheumatology or infectious disease to sort this out if your acutely ill then seek immediate medical attention ...Read more
What to do if I have s.v.t disease and episodes everyday. will I be able to go back to work or am I disabled?
SVT: SVT generally stands for Supra Ventricular Tachycardia, which is a very rapid heart rate that spontaneously starts and stops. The associated symptoms with this can vary from unnoticed to breathlessness, severe dizziness, chest pain, & sometimes passing out spells. Often, this can be cured with an ablation procedure, or managed with medications. Usually no need for disability. See cardiologist. ...Read more
Yes and no: We know what happens, but not why. Very briefly, ulcerative colitis (uc) and crohn's are distinct but similar, and involve dysregulation of the immune system in the gut. There are certain genetic risks, but we don't know for sure why the process happens in some people but not others, so in that sense we don't know what directly causes them. See http://tinyurl.Com/6u8bb for more info. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For reference, how do you know most likely if you contract any disease(s) even though there is no symptoms or if you don't have any. Plz help. Thanks?
Preventive visit: See the Dr. annually for a preventive Visit and you will get a good Physical and some routine blood work to assure you are well. They may order any preventative tests as well on you, depending on your age and any risk factors you have based on your exam and family history, etc. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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