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How can rheumatism be treated in old age

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I am a 53year old woman with several health issues. I had rheumatic fever , and always suffered with strep throat and conjunctivitis when I was a preteen. At age 19 after the birth of my first child I ...

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I am a female age 86, in good health actually. I had a heart valve replacement in 1014 because of rheumatic fever as a child. I need a knee replacement but decided it try Stem Cell Maxum to see if I might ...

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I have a 2.5yr old who has had consistent low-grade fever (99-101) multiple times a week, with little or no symptoms for 3-4 months. During this time he also had strep on his bottom and was treated w ...

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Hello doctor I am injecting a pendure 12 lac for 8 yrs from a age of 11 for a past history of rhumatic fever??? I am injecting it once in 21 days when will I can stop my injection ...

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63 old people has gathiya, and due to pain not able to walk has gatiya problem to 63 old patients,plz tell sol. ...

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hi , i am 55yrs old female . I m suffering from reumatic arthritis . my esr lavel is 90 . please give me suggestion that how can i reduce my esr by taking natural diet and precaution along ...

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My daughter, 32years old, with the HLA-B27 positive suffers from RA and uveitis with digestive complications. In constant pain, she s had to take unpaid leave from work. Unable take NSAIDs she is on a course ...

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im sam 26 yrs old from philippines i have been diagnosed for mitral stenosis due to rheumatic heart .....will it be treated?what particular procedure and how much will it costs?thanks ...

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is beyond. I know how RLS feels and it is not that. At 4 yrs of age I had Rheumatic fever but at the time I was treated for polio. Then as a teenager that was when that finally found out about the rheumatic fever ...

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Hello doctor, m 26 yr old. Had rheumatic fvr.(age of 12) 99-2007, Nw d symptoms r coming back i .... Having burning pain in knee joint n shoulder. My ecg n echo test is normal esr is 40 If its not rheumatic ...

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Dear sir, I am 24 years old and I am suffering from swelling in knees on both legs and joint pain ... with rheumatic fever. Now ASO is 180 only. I consulted a doctor and he said rheumatic fever is gone. He gave iron ...

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My father 75 yrs old under treatment for rheumatism. he has gone double knee replacement surgery 6 yrs back and is fine now. The latest blood report shows WBC -10.66, NEU % - 81.0, LYM% - 12, ESR 1 ...

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I am now 78years old. I have suffered chronic pain for about the past 25years. My mother died when I was fourteen years old and my poor father only four years later. Leaving me to take care of my ...

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doctor1 MD

If numbness only in the neck it shouldn't be anything serious, probably just a case of cervical spondylosis, meaning changes in the spine due to rheumatism, common with age. I suggest she takes some anti inflammatory drug like Ibuprofene. Physiotherapy is also helpful, not only to treat this episode but to reduce recurrences in the future.

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if all other parameters are sable try methotrexate in really low doses. meet a rheumatologist

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Welcome to Health Care Magic Only a direct look and swab can confirm If in doubt, treat See an Internist / get yourself examined / at times, basic investigation may be necessary... Streptococcal infection may lead to dire long term consequences, affecting the heart (Rheumatic Heart Disease), Kidney (Nephritis)... Wishing well