How can my niece be treated of convulsing and congenital atrophy ?
Hi My niece was born 2 month ago she is a twin she has starts convulsing two days ago and was rushed to the hospital the preliminary tests reveals an infection AND a congenital atrophy she moves correctly she eats normaly and is gaining weight she has one eye slightly smaller than the other but they are perfectly coordinated I am very worried and dont kinow what to expect The other baby is fine and present no signs of malformation How likely is she to become epileptic or to develop mental problems
my sister s daughter born premature she is suffering from cerebrum atropy according to doctor. she is just 9 months old.she is also suffering fm spasticity.she cant even raise her head. may be she is sufferinf from oxygen poisoning while keeping in ventilator. i m fm nepal . is treatment possible .
Sir, My father is 72 years old.He has diabetes for last 12 years.For last 4 years he is taking medicine.Earlier he was on diet control.Blood sugar had remained normal.Also he has asthma for last 25 years.Earlier it was severe but from last 15 years or more he is taking bricanyl syrup.Also he was taking TR phyllin which he is not taking now.20 days ago he took the diabetes medicine(Diapride plus) but did not take any food upto 12 Noon and was on tour.He could not talk for some time. Immediately some sugar syrup(Syrup of local made sweets,rossogolla) was given to him.He had high fever and admitted to hospital & paracetamol injection was given.Also he had memory loss.We consulted doctor and due to high fever malaria course was given.But temperature was around 101 Fahrenheit.Dengue test was conducted and antigen positve & antibody positive (One of two) was found.He was treated.The platllete count was around 99 thousand.After treatment he was discharged from hospital having Plt count 198 thousand.He had given one fresh full blood. After getting dicharged from hospital on 3-09-11 he had memory loss continued.So a neurologist was consulted .He advised for CT scan.He report indicated he had mild diffuse cerebral atrophy.For last six months or so he was having some memory loss but not so high.What will be the treatment for my father and how to minimize the effect.
I have been told by my nurse practioner that i have vaginal atrophy. The itching drivess me crazy & she said it would be good for me to go on estrogen or premerin cream. After seeing all the side affects i dont care to use it! What can i do? How long does this itching go on?
hi.., my friends 9yr old son has a seizure last night out of the blue...and was really bad, he has never had one before. never has had any medical problems and has always been a normal healty child... the doctors told us today he is epileptec(sp) and will now have seizures and be on med for the rest of his life... how can that happen??
my daughter, age 4, had a seizure a few months ago and after an eeg they found there was some abnormal activity on the right back part of her brain. this morning she woke up with a lump behind the right ear. could those 2 things be related? i m very worried about her.
Hello, I was wondering why my medications aren t on thus luster, nor are other medications I have taken in the past for Epilepsy? Luster=list, thus=this. I have been on Phenobarbital, Tranxene, Zarontin, Mysoline, as well as others, and right now am on Clonazepam, which is generic for Klonipin, and Zonegran. I also know several women who are taking Progesterone to balance out their hormones during the time of their cycle. I am on BioIdentical hormones, as I had a full hysterectomy last year and was thrown full-on into menopause. There are some other medications I have heard about recently as well which aren t on thus list as well. If you want a true overview of how good or bad a medication works, you should have all of them available to choose from. Depakene is also missing from the list. Peganone was horrible to get off of!
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