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Pres syndrome recovery

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is the recovery rate? Life expectancy? Treatment options? How rare is my condition? ...

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I am having an IBS flare up. Are there things to help lessen recovery time? This is newer diagnosis for me. ...

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will make a full recovery, she is looking quite well. My question is is it contagious at all? My son has ...

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I have had DeQuervain's Syndrome for well over 2 year and kept getting cortisone shots for it until .... The pres. said take 1 or 2 for pain. One didn't help so I took 2 and that worked. After taking occupational ...

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I have had burned tounge sysndrome every since a neck surgery and in recovery I thru up all acid... my nerves of tounge have never came back hot and certain foods cant eat without pain or tears ...

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to think she may have hershberger syndrome. I know she does not feet around the outside. What are we looking at for her recovery. He is doing a test in a couple weeks like a colonoscopy where is putting her ...

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is always high. High blooder caused press syndrome n the hospital now. How long does pres last? How quick ...

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my son suffring from nephrotic syndrome from last 1.5 month he has been admied for 7 days in hospital as well now he getting swlling on his face medicine are omnacortil 10 and takfa 1 mg (tecrolimus ...

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Dear Sir,My son 06 years old suffering with nephrotic syndrome since last two years.we using with doctor suggest tablets like omnacartill (30 mg,20 mg,10 mg,5 mg & caardace 2.5 mg & taximo 100 mg ...

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Hi so i have a history of post concussion syndrome (injury happen in 2010), over time i kept thinking the numbness/heavy head/ and headaches will go away. But it s now 2014. Will this go away ...

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my sister 25 years old, detected as GB syndrome, she is undergoing ivig treatment. is it 100% curable disease?.recovery period is how much? she has 1yr old baby girl. pls suggest.5feet,60 kg. ...

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Am curious about my recovery from WK syndrome. Seems I am having to re-train my brain? Will It continue to improve with work- like pairing physical movements with thought ? Make any sense ? I have ...

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Hi, I have query related to my father who is diagnosed with Conus cauqda syndrome; he is suffering ... however recovery seems to be very slow; in last 8 months he is just able to move his right leg little bit ...

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under eyes. Is this post concussion syndrome ? Should he be resting? Not exercising? Is there any medicine or anything that can speed his recovery. Should we be pushing for further investigations ...

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Hi I am suffering from guillain-barre-syndrome since 9January2015 now I am able to walk unaided 40 to 55 minutes My sensation is normal but motor nerve affected I would like to know about recovery time ...

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Hi..greetings of the day....high calorie diet that contains vitamins and minerals ...iron and folic acid supplements.. Medicines to slow the intestine movements so food will stay longer time for absorption... Wish you a speedy recovery....

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Stevens Johnson syndrome is a very serious potentially life-threatening condition. It requires prompt treatment and will likely require hospital admission. The ER doctors are probably busy trying to get these things arranged. I pray for a quick recovery for your child.

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hi, it can be prevented with some measures. if you ask treatment; it depends on the clinical presentation and etiology. toxoplasmosis is treated with spiramycin, which gives good results. rubella infants are treated symptomatically as there is no specific drug. CMV and herpes can be treated with antiviral drus with some effect. the main purpose of prenatal diagnosis is prevention. hope this helps