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Falling ill is part of life, and it helps to make our immune system stronger. We get exposed to a whole new generation of viruses and bacteria that our forefathers probably never heard of, while some disease-causing organisms such as streptococcus have stood the test of time. This particular strain causes the condition erysipelas, and we will be discussing everything about this type of illness.
Erysipelas is mostly seen amongst people who are old as they are usually at the highest risk of contracting it. However, it can also strike people who do not have a high level of immunity. In addition to this, the infection can spread across the skin at a rapid pace that a person is likely to be taken aback if one does not know what erysipelas looks like.
- Signs to watch out for: The first sign of the infection is a small red dot which expands to include a much larger area within the space of just a few hours. If the problem goes on for too long without getting treated, other symptoms which start cropping up include fevers, blisters on the affected areas of the skin as well as swollen glands, which can be quite painful.
- Catch it early: When a person has even the shadow of doubt that he or she may have erysipelas, it important to visit adoctor,as the condition should be nipped in the bud. This is usually done by providing some penicillin in the form of tablets. Instead of tablets, a syrup may also be used. If the severity of the condition demands that it be done, the patient may also be injected with a special form of penicillin.
If a person does not call the doctor quickly as he or she should, it could lead to complications. This will make treating the case of erysipelas all the more difficult and a long drawn-out affair. Now, it can be fully understood, if the patient is allergic to penicillin. The good news is that there are alternatives which have about the same level of efficacy. Erythromycin may have a fancy name, but if a person allergic to penicillin ever happens to contract erysipelas, he or she is likely to be a recipient of it.
In spite of all of this, conventional medicine has better alternatives such as homeopathic treatment, to cure erysipelas. In fact, homeopathic treatment is rising in popularity due to the lack of side effects and the universality of its applicability. This means that it does not matter that people are allergic to penicillin at all. If you wish to discuss any specific problem, you can consult a homeopath.
Fertility related Hi I am married 2 years back now we are planning for child .for that we started unprotected intercourse from 2 month but no result. I have noticed that my sperm become thin white rather then thick white used to be 6 months back. Is it reason for low speed count are something else? I'm bit worry that I will become father or not? What should I do?
I gat white vaginal discharge I have taken anti fungal and antibiotics as well but it did not cured my routine blood test r normal sonography shows cyst on cervix what could be rhe reason for discharge blood sugar is normal there is no foul smell from discharge I had menopause two years ago I am 56 years old.
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I am 20 years old. I am not married and my period date is 20 but after four days periods not started yet. And I never miss my period before. .so please tell me the medicine for starting period.
I think i'm pregnant. Bt I do not want this baby What should I do now? please do not ignore. Help me.
We are planning for a baby in June & get checkup with gynaecologist last week. She took blood sample of my wife & suggested below tablets to my wife. 1. Favofol tablet after breakfast daily. 2. Uthyrox 25 mg early in morning before breakfast daily. What are the above tablets and explain me the importance & reason for having above two tablets to my wife. Please suggest good prenatal multivitamin supplement to my wife. She likes to take tablets instead of powder. Please understand me the benefits of omega 3 supplement before planning & what is the impact on baby. Can both take omega 3 supplement before planning. Our family has more baby girls & we both like to have first baby as boy followed by a baby girl. Please give me your opinion & suggestions on our thinking & some tips to fulfill our wish. Please suggest best time for planning & what precautions to be taken for having healthy baby. My wife is weak & gets tied soon. Her weight is 42 kgs, height is 4.2fts & age is 21 yrs.
I had unprotected sex with my boyfriend during my fertility period and the release was inside me. I took an I pill 4 hours after the same. It's the 7th day and I haven't bled a bit yet. There is a little pain in my abdominal region also it pained while I urinated on the 3-4th day of taking the pill. Also I notice thick white vaginal discharge. Is it the side effect of I pill or am I pregnant?
Delay of monthly cycle. It was come on 28th July. I'm not pregnant but why delay. It mostly happen to me. please tell me whats the reason?
Sagging eyebrows, baggy eyelids (both upper and lower eyelids) or under eye bags can be quite annoying and uncomfortable. Though mostly observed among aged people, the problem can equally affect people of other age groups. Left unattended for a long time, the sagging eyebrows or droopy eyelids can even interfere with one's vision, especially the peripheral vision. The Eye Lift or Blepharoplasty comes as a much-needed savior that can work wonders to deal with droopy eyelids and similar problems with efficiency and precision.
Who can undergo the Blepharoplasty?
Blepharoplasty comes as the best option under the following situations
- The droopy upper eyelids affecting the side or peripheral vision to a great extent.
- The increased bagginess of the lower eyelids results in the appearance of wrinkles, making one look older than their age.
- The appearance of under eye bags, especially in young adults.
The steps involved in Blepharoplasty
- Before the surgery, a patient is given a local anesthesia in the form of intravenous (IV) sedation to ease the pain and the discomfort.
- Incisions are then made along the natural lines of the eyelid to remove the excess skin and the fats.
- The surgeon then carefully makes minute stitches to close the incisions. This is mainly carried out in the case of upper eyelids.
- For the lower eyelids, the procedure may be different depending on the type of incision.
- In some case, the saggy and excess muscles, fats or skin may be excised through incisions made along the margins of the eyelash.
- Alternately, the excess fats can also be removed through incisions made inside the lower eyelids. This may be followed by an Erbium Laser Resurfacing to take care of the fine lines (in both the cases).
- The surgery, however, may not be as simple as it sounds. Make sure you opt for an experienced surgeon. Research on the matter well enough before you go for the surgery.
- In most of the cases, sans any complications, the stitches are removed within a week or two.
- Minor side-effects such as swelling, irritation, watery eyes, bruising, blurred vision, pain, the eyelids appearing numb may be observed.
- However, consult your surgeon immediately in the case of excruciating pain, loss of vision, infection at the incision site, severe bleeding, difficulty in closing the eyes, dry eyes, to name a few.
Precautionary steps for a faster healing
The hourly use of cold compress or ice packs (for about 10-12 minutes) following the surgery can be of great help.
- Avoid rubbing the eyes or wearing a contact lens for some days following the surgery.
- Do not miss out on a single medicine or eyedrops advised by the doctor.
- Smoking, strenuous and rigorous physical activities such as exercise, swimming or lifting of heavy objects should be avoided for at least a week or as advised by the surgeon.
- Avoid direct contact with the sun or going outside the house without wearing dark glasses.
- Practice a good personal hygiene. Keep the eyelids clean but don't be harsh.
In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!