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Valley fever and glaucoma

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Doctor specific: Valley Fever in the Bay Area ...

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What is "ValleyFever" Pneumonia ...

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Mother (69 years old, 5foot 3 inch, 145 pounds) has a very bad case of valley fever that was left untreated for 11 years. Last year, removed a nodule from the lung thinking it was cancer, but it was valley ...

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Is there any way I can get relief from Valley fever or build up my immune system? ...

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I work in an area in CA that has a high cocci concentration in the soil. I had a test for Cocci ( Valley Fever ) and it was negative. My question is: Since my test was negative, doesn't that mean ...

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on August 29th. She hasn t gotten any better. She is in Arizona, so I m worried she has Valley Fever. She ... Valley Fever seriously. What should we do? ...

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My 40 year old daughter has been diagnosed with Valley fever, her right foot red and swollen and then later both feet, after all the testing was done they finally diagnosed you re with Valley fever her feet ...

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I had valley fever causing a whole in my lung I was treated with Difuclan for 3 years. I had ... and stiff. Can I get Valley Fever again? If so how likely is it? ...

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I recently was diagnosed with bronchitis while in Colorado but previously was in Arizona for a couple of months. I have now heard about Valley Fever and am wondering about it because I am still ...

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Can valley fever reoccur? Also 73 cases have shown up in Monterey Co. where we live. We are in a drought and has been very dry for 3 years. Also dusty. Husband had valley fever in 1955 and is on 02 ...

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diagnosed as reactive (1-16) to valley fever. office just called to tell me to reduce dosage to 200 mg per day. pharnacy just called to tell me that long time use of simbastatin may be issue ...

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My son had Valley Fever last year. He never had to take the meds, but took 3 months to get back ... if that will lower his immune system which triggers the fungus in the lungs from Valley Fever. I gave him the shot ...

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valley fever or walking nomomia ... of energy tiredness. No fever, Our local Doc did a chest X ray Friday said there was sopt s on lungs, blood ...

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feels better for a few days and then gets it again. We are wondering if it is valley fever. Can ... there is a connection between congestion/sinus symptoms and Valley Fever - curious about that as others have asked if he ...

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A lesion was found on my husband s lung that wasn t there two weeks ago when a ct scan was done. A blood test was done to check for valley fever. What can you tell us about valley fever? If the test ...

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Hi, Acute valley fever don't require treatment. Even when symptoms are severe, the best therapy for otherwise healthy adults is often bed rest and fluids — the same approach used for colds and the flu. If symptoms don't improve or become worse or if you are at increased risk of complications, your doctor may prescribe an antifungal medication, such as fluconazole. Visit any chaitable hospital.

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hi welcome to hcm glaucoma generally occurs because of increased intra occular pressure (say it as bp in eyes) generally it is painless and there will be gradual decrease in vision some will cause ocular pain withprogressive loss of vision

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sometimes with a laser