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Will Headaches Eventually Go Away
They could.: Some people's migraines just run their course for the day and they wake up the net morning feeling fine. For others, it's a little more complicated - they may need medications to help stop the migraine. A migraine lasting more than 72 hours is called status migrainosus and these can be helped sometimes with steroids, but that's something to see your doctor for. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I can't predict: You didn't mention the cause of your dysarthria but if it's reversible, then potentially your speech issues can be fixed (right?). However, if your dysarthria is caused by a stroke, it's less likely, at least not w/o extensive ; intensive speech therapy. In fact, you should ask your st for his/her opinion. ...Read more
Yes: In some cases depression may eventually resolve without treatment. Some people have one episode of depression in their life and others have recurrent depression. After 3 to 4 episodes of major depression, life long treatment is normally recommended as a preventive. If you have depression & it is not responding adequately to medications - let your physician know. Talking therapy is also important. ...Read more
Persistent: It may wax and wane, but tends to persist. ...Read more
No, but they can: sink or settle down below your visual axis, so it's not so bothersome. Since it occurs from changes associated with the eye as we age, it's a normal process, and not to be of much concern unless you are seeing a whole curtain of floaters occurring obstructing your vision. That would be a sign of a retinal tear. ...Read more
Depends: Each person needs to be evaluated on an individual basis. There can be several reasons for your pain. While it can certainly resolve on its own in several weeks, why wait. I treat aggressively to decrease inflammation, reduce pain, improve function and quality of life. A thorough physical exam and diagnostic studies will help determine what treatment will be best depending on your diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Gastritis: Yes! if you take proper dietary precautions and treat the etiology for your symptoms. See a GI specialist. ...Read more
Varies, but get help: Symptoms need to be treated aggressively so they do not last forever. The greater the severity and duration of the rash, the more like you are to have postherpetic neuralgia (phn). Also, the older you are when you have shingles, the more likely you are to have phn. See a board certified pain specialist for help to feel better sooner. Don't accept that you just have to wait for it to "go away.". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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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