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Dr. Ted King Dr. King
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Will phlebitis go away permanently?

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Will phlebitis go away permanently?

Yes: But not always. Often what happens is that the pain, swelling, warmth, redness and inflammation go away but some residual scar is left in the vein. This can lead to further episodes of phlebitis later on, or it might never bother you again. ...Read more

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Dr. Gary Sandler
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Gum Disease (Definition)

Gun disease can range from gum swelling all the way to the bone keeping the teeth in place being lost, this can be be for a number of reasons, if you think you have gum disease please visit your ...Read more


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How to make my gum swelling go away quickly?

How to make my gum swelling go away quickly?

Go: You go see a Professional, a Dentist. With more than 10,000 hours of training and years of experience your dentist can determine the cause of the swelling (bacterial, virul, or fungal gum infection, abscessed teeth, neoplasm, allergic reaction, irritation from GERD, systemic disease, etc.). Once cause determined appropriate treatment can be applied. ...Read more

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Will geographic tongue eventually go away?

Will geographic tongue eventually go away?

Not completely: I have noticed that in my older patients, symptoms decrease in duration and severity. ...Read more

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Will eczema go away permanently?

Will eczema go away permanently?

Sometimes or not: Eczema tends to be a chronic skin condition although for some people it does clear over time. Others will continue to have problems. ...Read more

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How does gingivitis go away?

How does gingivitis go away?

With cleaning: Gingivitis is inflammation of the gums, which is usually due to bacteria-containing plaque and tartar at the gum line. Daily brushing & flossing prevents plaque formation. Your dentist will need to physically remove the plaque and tartar. In the absence of bacteria and plaque, the body is able to heal the inflammation. Gingivitis can also be caused by other factors, please consult your dentist. ...Read more

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Can peritonsillar abscesses go away eventually?

Can peritonsillar abscesses go away eventually?

Peritonsillar absces: Peritonsillar abscesses are really not very fun, to say the least. Much like other abscesses, they usually won't go away without some kind of treatment. I have seen, on rare occasion, where the abscess will spontaneously rupture, but by then, other problems deep in the neck can develop. The most common treatments are needle aspiration of the abscess or incision and drainage and tonsillectomy. ...Read more

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Will broncitis go away without antibiotics?

Will broncitis go away without antibiotics?

90% will: Bronchitis is usually viral and doesn't require antibiotics unless someone has underlying lung disease or other serious health problem. 10% of bronchitis is bacterial and helped with antibiotics. It takes usually 3 weeks for bronchitis to go away without antibiotics. Fever that last more than 3 days or shortness of breath are more worrisome. ...Read more

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Will bronchitis eventually go away by itself?

Will bronchitis eventually go away by itself?

Mostly yes: Acute bronchitis is typically self limiting dissease and takes 5-7 days, in COPD pts, ac brochiti. ...Read more

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How to make tongue swelling go away fast?

How to make tongue swelling go away fast?

See your doctor: First, you need to be evaluated for the cause of angioedema before treatments can be suggested. ...Read more

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Will hemorrhoids ever go away completely?

Will hemorrhoids ever go away completely?

Anal skin tag: If you had an external hemorrhoid and it did not require surgery then you will eventually have a small skin tag at the site. ...Read more

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Can gingivitis go away after a cleaning and antibiotics?

It may.. but...: The gingivitis (inflammation of overlaying gum tissues) can return at any time and point and as soon as proper hygiene declines. Regular visits of every 3-4 months can prevent the severity or occurrence of gingivitis, and if needed, a deep cleaning can treat this condition very effectively. Anti biotics are not necessary for treatment of gingivitis in almost all of the cases.. ...Read more

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Can geographic tongue eventually go away?

Yes and No: Geographic tongue seems to appear, disappear and reappear at randon intervals. You may be stuck with it for a long time. ...Read more

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Can pile go away completely?

Can pile go away completely?

At times: If you stop straining at defecation. Use sitz baths followed by Hemorroid suppositories. Taking psylium fiber every night for a few weeks. Drinking 64 ozs or more of water every day ...Read more

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Will eczema go away without treatment?

Will eczema go away without treatment?

Yes: Most infants and tots will grow out of their eczema. But not all will. And it might take a few years. So you should treat in in the meantime. Start with topicals like vaseline, aquaphor or eucerin. Try diaper ointments. My rule of thumb is that it should come from a tub/jar, not a pump bottle. Then if that isn't enough, then talk to your doctor for a prescription. Keep them from scratching! ...Read more

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Will babeious go away without meds?

Will babeious go away without meds?

Babesiosis: Is a serious infection, and not likely to improve without specific treatment. ...Read more

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Will BV go away without antibiotic?

See below: It can. It resolves spontaneously in up to 1/3 of non-pregnant women and 1/2 of pregnant women. ...Read more

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How can I make gingivitis go away?

Brush and floss: Brush well, floss and antiseptic mouth wash. Plus periodic cleanings/exam by dentist. ...Read more

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Will the pain ever go away completely?

Will the pain ever go away completely?

Depends: It depends on location of pain and primarily its cause. If the cause is curable or manageable, you may have complete resolution of pain, if not, then ..... ...Read more

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Dr. Arnold Malerman
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Gingivitis (Definition)

A form of gum disease caused by bacteria and poor oral hygiene that ...Read more