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Will A Corn Eventually Resolve On Its Own
Corn may not resolve: A callus is thickened skin on the surface, where there is repeated pressure or friction. If the pressure or friction is stopped or lessened, the the skin will thin and soften towards normal over time. A corn is a bigger lump of dead skin material (where a part of the callus got really thick), so a corn causes its own pressure into the foot, maybe preventing itself from resolving over time. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does geographic tongue eventually resolve on its own? I had it before as a baby than it disappeared for many years.
Yes: Geographic tongue, by it's name, means that the area repairs itself, then another area becomes depapillated. Geographic tongue is a condition in which areas of the surface of the tongue lose the hair-like papilla and leave the surface of the tongue exposed. The papilla then grows back and another area goes through the cycle. Can be periods where no outbreaks occur. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes it does: Geographic tongue or benign migratory glossitis eventually goes away. But, it deserves its right to come back. It usually does not cause any harm. There is a theory that it may be linked to with psoriasis but more research needs to be done to prove the link. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is geographic tongue a condition you will always have that happens in episodes that eventually resolve? Or is it permanent and never goes away?
Geographic Tongue: Although geographic tongue may look alarming, it doesn't cause health problems and isn't associated with infection or cancer. Geographic tongue can sometimes cause tongue discomfort and increased sensitivity to certain substances. Because treatments haven't been studied rigorously, their benefit is uncertain. Since the condition resolves on its own and has an unpredictable course. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If you develop geographic tongue, will it likely be visible the rest of your life or will it eventually resolve?
Episodic in nature: Geographic tongue (migratory glossitis) is a episodic event. It will come and go over time as the cells in your tongue undergo constant regeneration over your lifetime. Sometimes there will be no evidence of it and then suddenly it will reappear. If you have more questions you should talk to your dentist and have him/her go into further detail with you. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have become very nauseated 6 weeks after gallbladder surgery? Is this normal and will it eventually resolve?
It should: Some patients feel great right away after gb surgery while others take a while to recover. Sometimes it was something else that was making you sick and not the gallbladder in the first place(esp if you did not have stones). You should follow up with your doctor/surgeon. You may require an upper endoscopy or consider h. Pylori infestation of the stomach. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
EXTREMELY unlikely: I would almost say 100% no. That size of a cyst is too large to resolve itself, and should be removed surgically, due to the risks of it being a tumor (need to rule out malignancy) and due to the risk of torsion (where the ovary twists around it's artery and vein, cuts off the blood supply to it and causes severe pain). Sorry, but you really need to have surgery to remove it. ...Read more
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