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Hi I am suffering with kidney stones 5 mm and gallbladder stones could you please tell me the remedies.
On 3 nov 17 my grandfather was operated for gallbladder stone laparoscopy the palace where operated not dry till now and pus is also there so please suggest me for best treatment.
Sir mujhe gall bladder me multiple stone hai. Iske liye surgery jaruri hai. Ya sirf medicines se thik ho sakta hai plese help.
Hi good morning my problem is both my feet burning there is no diabetic what is this I can't understand please solve my problem.
Hi With USG scan, I came to know that there is 5 mm stone in my gall bladder. Is it suggestive to go for extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy or laparoscopy for gall stone removal & what are the side effects involved in both the treatment. Kindly Suggest alternative therapeutic options without surgery.
I've been consuming thyronorm 25 mg. I have swollen feet of both legs. My Also the alkaline phosphatase is 100.97 and serum globulin is 2.38 and my alanine transaminase (sgpt) is 45.54. I wanted to. Read more.
Hi, past few days I was experiencing pain in between chest and ribcage doctors advice me to do full abdomen sonography and it came out gall bladder stone collapsed and calcus. What does it mean and what shoud be the next step?
Hi. I'm 53 years old. I am a diabetic patient and recently I have known that my gallbladder contains 3 stones 12-15 mm. Which type of surgery will be suitable for me?
Hi I am 29 year old woman. Working as asst. Professor. My legs are swelling slightly. Last month I have done with all cardio check ups. No problem with that. Why my legs are swelling?
I am a football player, my ankle got twisted, I google, its called FOOTBALLER'S ANKLE. In which later portion of ankle gets swollen and it pains. Been 2 months now, pain gone. But sometimes Bone bubbles sound comes oftenly when I walk or twist my feet. I am worried if all is fine. I don't think I have bone fracture, maybe Ligament damage or something. I did warm oil massages which gave relief and improved alot. Still need you suggestions.
I got swollen on my right hand four finger top joint when I got injured while playing cricket. Day by day the swollen reduced and my finger is not straight now. I feel pain while holding, writing and so on. please help me out.
Eczema is a skin condition which is characterized by rough, cracked, red, itchy and inflamed skin. Sometimes it can also cause blisters. Eczema is also known as atopic dermatitis. It is a severe condition which starts during infancy and can go on throughout childhood. While some people may outgrow this condition, the rest might have it till adulthood.
Causes of Eczema:
1. Irritants- Certain irritants found in vegetables, meats, juices extracted from fresh fruits, disinfectants, shampoos, detergents and soaps can cause eczema.
2. Allergens- Dandruff, mold, pollens, pets and dust mites can also contribute to Eczema.
3. Microbes- Certain bacteria such as Staphylococcus Aureus, fungi and viruses can also cause eczema
4. Food products- Many people are allergic to food products such as wheat, soy products, seeds, nuts, eggs and dairy products. This might contribute to Eczema.
5. Stress- This doesn’t cause eczema but can aggravate the symptoms of it.
6. Hormones- Women usually experience worsening of Eczema during certain stages of their menstrual cycle or during pregnancy.
Symptoms of eczema in infants and children:
1. Rashes appearing on the cheeks and scalp
2. Rashes which bubble up before fluid discharge
3. Rashes which cause itchiness and lead to disturbed sleeping; continuous scratching and rubbing can result in skin infections
4. Rashes which can appear behind the creases of the knees and the elbows; these rashes are also common on the legs, creases of the buttocks, ankles, wrists and neck.
Symptoms of Eczema in adults:
1. Rashes on the nape of the neck
2. Rashes on the eyes, face and neck
3. Rashes that can cause extremely dry skin
4. Extreme discomfort caused due to itching
5. Scaly skin caused due to rashes
6. Rashes which can result in skin infections
7. Lichenification, a condition wherein the rashes thicken and develop knots, is also a possibility.
How is Eczema treated?
1. Topical ointments and corticosteroid creams- These are anti-inflammatory medications which relieve symptoms of eczema such as itchiness and skin inflammation.
2. Antibiotics- These are usually prescribed if there is any underlying bacterial skin infection.
3. Antihistamines- These mainly reduce scratching at night. In some cases, it can also cause drowsiness.
4. Topical calcineurin inhibitors- This is a drug that suppresses activities of the immune system. It helps to prevent flare-ups and decrease inflammation.
5. Barrier repair moisturizers- These types of moisturizers repair the skin and reduce water loss from the skin.
In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!