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Wolf Parkinsons White Syndrome And Dental Treatment
Rx PD & CTS: Two of the effective treatments for Parkinsons and carpal tunnel syndrome are a medicine (levodopa-carbidopa) and wrist splinting at night time. There are other treatments too. What treatments do you use?
No: This is an arrhythmia that is caused by an abnormal electrical connection between the top and bottom chambers of the heart. If it causes symptoms (chest pain, shortness of breath, fainting), you need to talk to an electrophysiologist (doctor that specializes in heart rhythm problems) who can perform an ablation that is usually curative.See 1 more doctor answer
See your neurologist: Parkinson's disease affects voluntary muscle movement in any part of the body. If the eyelid is not lifting unless you do so with your fingers, this is called ptosis. It may be associated with parkinson's but can also occur on its own. Treatment may include surgical repair. If the lid is forcefully shut and cannot be easily lifted, this is a spasm which may need different treatment.See 1 more doctor answer
What is the treatment for Wolff-Parkinson-White (wpw) syndrome called in which extra pathway tissue is burned away during a cardiac catheterization?
I have been diagnosed with restless leg syndrome. My physician has tried several Parkinson's drugs, but they had no effect. I recently had some dental work done and wasprescribed lortab for three days. I noticed that I got relieffrom restless leg syndrome
I have afib and wolf parkinson white...symptoms are chest pain, shortness of breath, etc what are the treatments for those conditions?
Treatments vary: Depending on the nature of the cause of your symptoms. With atrial fibrillation and WPW there can be a number of different options. This is not something that can be easily addressed over the internet. You need to establish or reestablish with a health care professional who can address your concerns and manage your symptoms. Get checked out today. Cardiac Electrophysiologist would probably be best
I am taking treatment for Parkinson's currently I am on ropnirole sr 6+4 & syndopa plus, what are the side effects we need to be mindful now?
Parkinson's disease: Check out http://www. Drugs. Com/sfx/ropinirole-side-effects. Html for side effects of ropinirole and http://www. Drugs. Com/sfx/carbidopa-levodopa-side-effects. Html for side effects of generic carbidopa/levodopa (syndopa plus is brand name in india, not sold in states). Movement disorders, ironically, are major concern of these meds eg dyskinesias such as choreiform, dystonia, etc.
My dad has been suffering from parkinson for last 8 years, every treatment we took but no any improvement, can he use ceragem massager for treatment?
Review diagnosis: If the regular treatments for parkinson's have not worked, perhaps this is actually one of the parkinson's mimics. I've seen familial tremor misdiagnosed as parkinson's; I've known one man whose job exposed him to toxic levels of manganese who recovered fully when treated for this. There are others. Until we know what this is, I can't recommend the supposedly magic massager.
Yes, Absolutely!!: Dopamine meds are mainstay of treatment. Modern therapy recommends longer lasting, milder potency meds first: Azilect (mao-b selective inhibitor) & Dopamine agonists (requip xl/mirapex er/neupro). After they've been maximized & stronger meds ate needed to adequately manage symptoms, then sinemet +/- Comtan (stalevo (carbidopa and levodopa and entacapone) is both together) are begun. Good supplements: coq10, mvi, b-complex, folate, asa.See 1 more doctor answer
Neurologist: The first thing is to make the proper diagnosis. 32 is pretty young for parkinson's disease. There are other disorders that have some of the similar symptoms that have different treatments and prognosis. A neurologist is your point of contact to help with diagnosis and treatment. The mainstay of treatment is medications. When these fail, there are some that are amenable to surgery.See 1 more doctor answer
Depends on severity: Initially, may be best to use a Dopamine agonist (ropinorole, pramipexole, etc). Later l-dopa, and maybe add entacapone. If severe, and over 5-7 yrs, perhaps deep brain stimulation. Azilect (rasagiline) may be useful at times. In essence, different meds may be used best at different stages. This is the "art of medicine".
Azilect (rasagiline) + Other Meds: Dopamine meds are mainstay of treatment. Modern therapy recommends longer lasting, milder potency meds first: Azilect (mao-b selective inhibitor) & Dopamine agonists (requip xl/mirapex er/neupro). After they've been maximized & stronger meds are needed to adequately manage symptoms, then sinemet +/- Comtan (stalevo (carbidopa and levodopa and entacapone) is both together) are begun. Tailor rx with side effects in mind for each person.See 1 more doctor answer
Generic answer: Although very complex, early mild disease can be treated with dopamine agonists, and maybe start Azilect, (rasagiline) but as disease progresses, tend to start L-DOPA, with carbidopa, and maybe ultimately entacapone. With more advance disease, might use dopamine agonists in combination, but eventually Deep Brain Stimulation may be best approach, for severe disease.
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