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I am a patient of diabetes from 1 year I take 2 tablets everyday of glucoryl m1 I have drink alcohol 4 times in a month please give some suggestions for this disease.
My mother is surfing from typhoid What precaution should we take for her And what type of food is healthy for her.
I am having anxiety for the last 3 years. I am taking clonotril 0.25 daily. How can I stop this medicine and come out from anxiety. I am also having acidity for last 9 years. I am taking esomeprazole 40 mg daily. Is there any permanent treatment of acidity.
I was diagnosed with sugar and castrol a few years back but now every thing is normal and I am taking the following medicines regularly.Morning--venpres-h+multivitamin;Night-Glucomet -500 SR,Ecosprin-AV-75 and Amlip-10.Should I continue this prescription.I am 68 years old.
6 months back in Sept'14 my father was admitted in an emergency after he complained of acute pain in the abdomen and back coupled with vomiting. He was diagnosed with acute necrotizing pancreatitis. The doctor placed a stent via ERCP procedure in the CBD which was removed after he was discharged from the hospital once all his vitals were normal, including TLC, amylase, lipase,etc. My father is a non alcoholic, doesn't have diabetes or blood pressure issue. He had gall stones which was removed in June'13. Ever since the stent removal procedure my father has persistent fever and there are durations of a week or so when it touches 103, 104. He is also taking homeopathy which helps in keeping the fever under control. In a recent CT scan he was told that a pseudocyst has been formed and it needs to be removed. I want to ask why my father has fever all the time and if the pseudocyst has to be removed what is the best way of doing that, a surgery or via endoscopy? What are the risks involved in both procedures and will he ever recover completely. Thank you!
I am suffering from acidity and has taken one medicine named rantac but is not getting any relief. Can I take another.
The nature of the type of the fever and the duration should be considered as there are many types which could help narrow down the differential diagnosis you are considering.
Continuous fever: Where the temperature remains above normal throughout a 24-hour period and does not fluctuate more than 1 degree Celsius in 24 hours. This type of fever occurs in lobar pneumonia, typhoid, urinary tract infection, infective endocarditis, brucellosis, and typhus.
Remittent fever: The temperature remains above normal throughout the day and fluctuates more than 2 degree Celsius in 24 hours. This type is seen in patients with typhoid fever and infective endocarditis.
Pel-Ebstein fever: There is a regular alternation of recurrent bouts of fever and febrile periods. The temperature may take 3 days to rise, remain high for 3 days and then remits over 3 days. The patient could then be apyrexial for 9 days.
Intermittent fever: In a 24 hour period the temperature is only present for some hours of the day and the rest of the time is normal. The spike can occur same time each day, every other day or every few days but is normally in a repetitive pattern. Examples of some diseases which have an intermittent fever are malaria, pyemia, and septicemia.
Septic fever: A very high temperature which doesn't improve with antipyretics can indicate a septic fever and the patient should be seen quickly and reviewed to prevent any further deterioration in their state of health.
Cyclical recurrent fevers or periodic fevers: These are recurrences of fever which last from a few days to a few weeks and are separated by symptom-free intervals. This pattern of fever can be caused by recurrent infection, malignancy or non-infectious inflammatory diseases. Attacks of fever which follow the same course normally have a non-infectious cause like Still's disease, Rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn's disease and Bechet's syndrome. A family history of periodic fever could indicate Familial Mediterranean Fever or Hyper-IgD syndrome.