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Endometryl 50Mg Tablet Questions

I wan to know about breast reduction but my question is will Danogen-50 help in such cases without surgery? I have been taking Danogen-50 since 15 days. Will it be useful? Is it a steroid?

Dr. Jayvirsinh Chauhan 92% (29349 ratings)
MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Vadodara
It is not a steroid. Take it as advised by doctor. You can consult me at lybrate for homoeopathic treatment.
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I am consuming danogen 100 from 2 months and in first month I had my periods 7 days earlier than assumed day but this time I am 1 month and 15 days late. Is it normal or not.

MBBS
General Physician, Mumbai
I am consuming danogen 100 from 2 months and in first month I had my periods 7 days earlier than assumed day but this...
Danogen is a steroid and is usually used for treating endometriosis or heavy bleeding and if the cause for delay is not known than we can stop the medication for withdrawal bleeding after clinical examination.

I'm 32 years old married for 4 years. In November 2012 I had laparoscpy surgery for chocolate cyst in both ovaries but it has formed again. I was prescribed danazol many times but side effects include severe gastritis and join pain that I had to discontinue. I wished to have a child what should I do ?

Dr. Roopadevi 88% (1414 ratings)
MD - Maternity & Child Health
Gynaecologist, Bangalore
Kindly consult gynecologist about pregnancy i guess your would be changing danazol and prescribe other medicines. Stree women health care centre bangalore
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Hi. I had an increase in my breast size within 2-3 weeks I found it to be unusual and visited a doctor. She gave me a medication of Danogen-50 and Hergrace. Will this help in the reduction of breast size or will I have to follow any other medication to decrease my breast size?

Dr. Pavan Murdeshwar 92% (3403 ratings)
MCh - Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
Cosmetic/Plastic Surgeon, Bangalore
Hello. The huge breasts can be treated by the procedure of Breast reduction. As described in my health feeds, it's the lack of awareness, due to which many ppl don't know about such treatments. Instead of bearing with the heaviness, having back pain, shoulder ache, and difficulty in wearing few dresses, I'd suggest you to undergo the reduction procedure and get rid of all these symptoms. You can contact me for more details.
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Dear sir, My age 28, I have gynecomastia problem (Man boobs. I have used Zendol Capsules for two months. But not cure. I have to marry after 40 Days. If I fo Surgery to get rid of man boobs. gynecomastia. I not take shirt in public. Not swim. I am very upset. I am in secunderabad. Pls give me advice. After 40 days I have to marry. But I fear for my gynecomastia problem. May be everybody knows in my marriage. So if I do surgery. After how many days. I have to marry. If I do surgery no body knows? Thanks

Dr. Siddharth Sakhiya 87% (160 ratings)
M.Ch - Plastic Surgery
Cosmetic/Plastic Surgeon, Surat
Surgery for Gynecomastia is very safe if done by a good Plastic Surgeon. Usually, you need to remain admitted in hospital for 1 day and the recovery takes around 8-10 days. So you have now sufficient time to undergo the treatment! Good Luck!
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My husband feeling pain in his left breast, pain turns severe when we put pressure on it. What's the cause and remedy?

Dr. Prashant K Vaidya 89% (18372 ratings)
Diploma In Gastroenterology, Diploma In Dermatology, BHMS
Homeopath, Hyderabad
My husband feeling pain in his left breast, pain turns severe when we put pressure on it. What's the cause and remedy?
The release of fluid in the body helps decrease breast pain and swelling. Drug treatments for severe breast pain include: Bromocriptine and danazol both relieve cyclical breast pain by blocking certain hormones (such as estrogen and progesterone).
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I am suffering from gynecomastia from last 4 years I do not know what to do. Please suggest me the solution.

Dr. Pavan Murdeshwar 92% (3403 ratings)
MCh - Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery
Cosmetic/Plastic Surgeon, Bangalore
Hello sir. Definitely you can go for the surgery. The liposuction with gland excision gives you the best result for gynecomastia treatment. The surgeon will go for the surgery only after ruling out other underlying factors. It again depends upon the grade of gynecomastia you are having and the associated factors. Cost again depends upon the same factors. U can text me with the pictures to know anything more online.
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Hi What is the best treatment for disease - aiha ( acute immune haemolytic anaemia?

Dr. Hemang S Jani 90% (471 ratings)
Master of Physical Therapy MPT CARDIO, BPTh/BPT
Physiotherapist, Rajkot
Autoimmune hemolytic anemia (aiha) is caused by autoantibody-induced hemolysis (the premature destruction of circulating red blood cells); usually idiopathic, it is also associated with infection, lymphoproliferative disorders, autoimmune diseases, and some drugs hallmark findings include: anemia with elevated reticulocyte count in the absence of blood loss; a positive direct antiglobulin (coombs) test; and spherocytes or rbc aggregates on the peripheral blood smear. Much literature exists regarding the treatment of aiha. Efficacy of treatment depends on the correct diagnosis of either warm- or cold-type aiha. Warm-type aiha is usually a more insidious disease, not treatable by simply removing the underlying cause. First-line therapy for this is usually with corticosteroids, such as prednisolone. Following this, other immunosuppressants are considered, such as rituximab, danazol, cyclophosphamide, azathioprine, or cyclosporine. Cold agglutinin disease is treated by avoiding the cold or sometimes with rituximab. Removal of the underlying cause is also important. Paroxysmal cold hemoglobinuria is treated by removing the underlying cause, such as infection.
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Hello, I am 25 year old female. I have issues with facial hair. Whenever I wax it or thread it it's causes pimple and redness on my face. What to I do. please suggest me some oil or cream which I can apply after the wax or thread my face.

Dr. Tanmay Palsule 94% (6305 ratings)
MD - Homeopathy, BHMS
Homeopath, Pune
Hello, I am 25 year old female. I have issues with facial hair. Whenever I wax it or thread it it's causes pimple and...
You have to rule out virilising disorders. Causes It's often caused by genes, hormones, or medication. Genes. Sometimes, hirsutism runs in families. If your mother or sisters have it, you're more likely to get it. It's also more common in people from the Middle East, South Asia, and the Mediterranean. Hormones. Many times, the condition is linked to high levels of male hormones (called androgens). It's normal for women's bodies to make these, and low levels don't cause excess hair growth. But when these amounts are too high, they can cause hirsutism and other things, like acne, a deep voice, and small breasts. High levels of male hormones and hirsutism are common in women who have: Polycystic ovary syndrome, which causes small cysts, or fluid-filled sacs, to form on your ovaries. Cushing's syndrome, which you get when you have high levels of the stress hormone cortisol for long periods of time. Tumors in your adrenal glands (which make hormones like cortisol) or your ovaries. Medication. Some drugs can change the hormone levels in your system, so you grow unwanted hair on your face or body. This can happen with: Drugs that have hormones, like anabolic steroids Drugs that spur hair growth, like Rogaine (minoxidil) A drug called Danocrine (danazol) that can help with endometriosis, when the tissue that lines the uterus grows outside of the womb Treatments If you have more facial or body hair than you want, there are a number of ways you can remove it. Weight loss. If you’re overweight and drop pounds, your body should make fewer male hormones, so you should grow less hair on your face or body. Shaving. You can remove unwanted hair easily with a razor or electric shaver. You may need to shave daily to avoid stubble growth. Some people get razor burn from shaving too often, but a soothing cream may help. Tweezing or threading. There are different ways to pluck hair out at the root. You can use tweezers. Or you can hire someone to “thread” -- use a long, tight strand to loop around and remove each unwanted hair. These methods can cause pain and redness. Waxing. A quick way to remove lots of unwanted hair by the root is with melted wax. Often you get this done in a salon. Wax is applied to the skin, then removed quickly. It can cause pain and redness. Creams. Some creams have strong chemicals called depilatories. You apply the cream, let it sit for a while, and when you wipe it off, the hair goes with it. They can irritate sensitive skin, so test a small spot before you use one on a large area. Electrolysis. You can remove hair for good with electrolysis, a pricey service that zaps hair at the root with an electric current. After you repeat the process a few times, hair should stop growing in treated areas. Laser Hair Removal. The heat from lasers can remove hair, but you need to repeat the process a few times, and it sometimes grows back. The treatment targets hair at the root, so it’s painful and could damage or scar your skin. Medication. FOR MEDICATION CONSULT ONLINE INPRIVATE.
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