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Sir a/g ratio is high in my blood test report which medicine I ll take tell me sir.

Sir a/g ratio is high in my blood test report which medicine I ll take tell me sir.
Too much protein in your blood can be a sign of chronic infection or inflammation (like HIV/AIDS or viral hepatitis). ... It can also point to kidney disease or cirrhosis, which is inflammation and scarring of the liver. In some cases, a low A/G ratio can be a sign of a tumour in your bone marrow. The details need to be tested and discussed to coment on your query
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Hi, I am a 59-year old suffering from psoriatic arthritis for the last 6 years. There has been severe itching too lately. I take an anti-histamine like Piriton nightly to control itchiness and help me to sleep as well, as recently I also suffer from insomnia. Is it okay for me to take Atarax 25 mg as well nightly? Or should I take 2 tablets Piriton instead?

Hi, I am a 59-year old suffering from psoriatic arthritis for the last 6 years. There has been severe itching too lat...
No cure exists for psoriatic arthritis, so treatment focuses on controlling inflammation in your affected joints to prevent joint pain and disability. Medications Drugs used to treat psoriatic arthritis include: NSAIDs. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) can relieve pain and reduce inflammation. Over-the-counter NSAIDs include ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin IB, others) and naproxen sodium (Aleve). Stronger NSAIDs are available by prescription. Side effects may include stomach irritation, heart problems, and liver and kidney damage. Disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (DMARDs). These drugs can slow the progression of psoriatic arthritis and save the joints and other tissues from permanent damage. Common DMARDs include methotrexate (Trexall), leflunomide (Arava), and sulfasalazine (Azulfidine). Side effects vary but may include liver damage, bone marrow suppression and severe lung infections. Immunosuppressants. These medications act to tame your immune system, which is out of control in psoriatic arthritis. Examples include azathioprine (Imuran, Azasan) and cyclosporine (Gengraf, Neoral, Sandimmune). These medications can increase your susceptibility to infection. TNF-alpha inhibitors. Tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-alpha) is an inflammatory substance produced by your body. TNF-alpha inhibitors can help reduce pain, morning stiffness, and tender or swollen joints. Examples include etanercept (Enbrel), infliximab (Remicade), adalimumab (Humira), golimumab (Simponi) and certolizumab (Cimzia). Potential side effects include nausea, diarrhea, hair loss and an increased risk of serious infections. Newer medications. Some newly developed medications for plaque psoriasis can also reduce the signs and symptoms of psoriatic arthritis. Examples include apremilast (Otezla), ustekinumab (Stelara) and secukinumab (Cosentyx). Surgical and other procedures Steroid injections. This type of medication reduces inflammation quickly and is sometimes injected into an affected joint. Joint replacement surgery. Joints that have been severely damaged by psoriatic arthritis can be replaced with artificial prostheses made of metal and plastic.
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Hello please tell me how to get rid of breast cancer. I am feeling very sick. Please help me to get rid of this.

This cancer is treatable if detected early. For this, we need to know its common symptoms, which are Lump in breast i.e. Presence of a hard mass in the breast with no defined margins Bleeding from nipple Nipple retraction Redness and pain If left undetected, cancer in the breasts can spread to the bones, liver and even the brain. Homeopathic treatment: We all know that Homeopathy, a popular holistic system of medicine cures by using the principle of ‘Like cures like’. Homeopathy relies on a specialised remedy based on the physical, psychological and emotional symptoms of a patient. This is the reason that self-medication fails abysmally in ----- Homoeopathy: The homoeopathic medicines for breast cancer in this article thus should be used just as a reference and you should consult a good homoeopath for a complete cure. Several proven homoeopathic remedies are available to treat symptoms of breast cancer like: -Conium Mac: It is an excellent cure for breast cancer, especially when the breasts are hard and tender. The breast becomes rock-hard and there is a stinging pain in this type of breast cancer which starts in the milk ducts and spreads to outer regions. This type of breast cancer is tackled by Conium Mac. -Baryta Carb: This homoeopathic drug is used when the breast is enlarged and inflamed. The mammary gland is also hard and stony plus sensitive to touch. The milk glands in this type of cancer become -enlarged and tender. Blood from the nipple is another indication for use of Baryta carb. -Hydrastis Can: The patient has to swell of the mammary glands and complains of pain and tenderness. Her nipples are engorged, have cracks and a watery discharge. -Iodine: This homoeopathic remedy works mostly on the enlargement of the breasts which may be malignant or malign. In this type of cancer, the mucous membrane of the mammary glands as well as the breast tissue gets inflamed. The breast tissue becomes enlarged and hard and presents with nodes. -Phytolacca: A hard, irregular tumour with retracted nipples is the main indication for this homoeopathic remedy. A sore that extends from the breasts to the arms is another predominant feature. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions! Share Tweet.
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Recently I had menses problem so I went to a doctor. He asked me to do usg of whole abdomen. I did so. And the result says it is bilateral ovarian cyst. What is a bilateral ovarian cyst? Is it harmful? Can it be cure with medicine? Please help me.

Recently I had menses problem so I went to a doctor. He asked me to do usg of whole abdomen. I did so. And the result...
Hi, It means you have CYST in Your OVARIES- PCOD: Ovarian Cysts: Ovarian cysts are fairly common. They are fluid-filled sacs that form in or on a woman's ovaries. Symptoms of ovarian cysts depend to a large extent on the size of the cyst. Many ovarian cysts produce no symptoms. Large or ruptured ovarian cysts can cause symptoms including pain, pelvic pressure or discomfort. Some types of ovarian cysts (polycystic ovary syndrome and cysts related to endometriosis) may make it more difficult for a woman to get pregnant. Simple ovarian cysts (functional cysts) can sometimes be seen during pregnancy. Dermoid cysts and other types of cysts can also occur in pregnant women. The sudden onset of severe pain is the characteristic symptom of a ruptured (burst) ovarian cyst. Ruptured dermoid cysts may require surgery due to irritation of the internal organs from the contents of the cyst. Larger cysts may require surgery to remove the cyst or a biopsy to rule out cancer. TYPES OF CYSTS: What Are the Types of Ovarian Cysts? The most common types of ovarian cysts are: Follicular cyst: A follicular cyst is simple cyst can form when ovulation does not occur or when a mature follicle involutes (collapses on itself). A follicular cyst usually forms at the time of ovulation, and can grow to about 2-3 inches in diameter. The rupture of this type of cyst can create sharp severe pain on the side of the involved ovary. This sharp pain (sometimes called mittelschmerz) occurs in the middle of the menstrual cycle, during ovulation. About one-fourth of women with this type of cyst experience pain. Usually, these cysts produce no symptoms and disappear by themselves within a few weeks or months. Corpus luteum cyst: A corpus luteum cyst is a functional ovarian cyst that occurs after an egg has been released from a follicle. Following ovulation, the follicle becomes what is known as a corpus luteum. If a pregnancy doesn't occur, the corpus luteum usually breaks down and disappears. It may, however, fill with fluid or blood and persist on the ovary. Usually, this cyst is found on only one side and produces no symptoms. Hemorrhagic cyst: A hemorrhagic cyst is a functional cyst that occurs when bleeding occurs within a cyst. Symptoms of this type of cyst is abdominal pain on one side of the body. Dermoid cyst: A dermoid cyst is a benign tumor sometimes referred to as mature cystic teratoma. It is an abnormal cyst that usually affects younger women and may grow to 6 inches in diameter. A dermoid cyst can contain other types of body tissues such as fat and occasionally bone, hair, and cartilage. The ultrasound appearance of this type of cyst can vary because of the spectrum of its contents, but a CT scan and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can show the presence of fat and/or dense calcifications. These cysts can become inflamed. They can also cause the ovary to twist on a stalk (a condition known as ovarian torsion), compromising the blood supply and causing severe abdominal pain. Endometriomas or endometrioid cysts: Endometriomas or endometrioid cysts are a manifestation of the condition known as endometriosis, this type of cyst is formed when endometrial tissue (the lining tissue of the uterus) is present on the ovaries. It affects women during the reproductive years and may cause chronic pelvic pain both associated with, and remote from, menstruation. Endometriosis is the presence of endometrial glands and tissue outside the uterus. Women with endometriosis may have problems becoming pregnant. Endometrioid cysts, often filled with dark, reddish-brown blood, may range in size from 0.75-8 inches. Due to the color of the old blood frequently found within the cysts, they have been referred to as "chocolate cysts. Polycystic ovaries: A polycystic ovary is diagnosed based on its enlarged size - usually twice that of normal - with many small cysts underlying the surface of the ovary. This condition can be found in healthy women and in women with hormonal (endocrine) disorders. An ultrasound may be helpful in diagnosing this condition. Polycystic ovary is different from the polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), which includes other symptoms and physiological abnormalities in addition to the presence of ovarian cysts. Polycystic ovarian syndrome involves metabolic and cardiovascular risks linked to insulin resistance. These risks include impaired glucose tolerance, type 2 diabetes, and high blood pressure. Polycystic ovarian syndrome is associated with infertility, abnormal bleeding, increased incidences of miscarriage, and pregnancy-related complications. Polycystic ovarian syndrome is extremely common and is thought to occur in 4%-7% of reproductive age women. PCOS also is associated with an increased risk for endometrial cancer. Other tests other than ultrasound are required to diagnose polycystic ovarian syndrome. Cystadenoma: A cystadenoma is a type of benign tumor that develops from ovarian tissue. They may be filled with a mucous-type fluid material. Cystadenomas can become very large and may measure 12 inches or more in diameter. Ovarian cancers: Most ovarian cysts are benign (non-cancerous); however, rarely, ovarian cysts may be related to ovarian cancers. So once consult a gynaecologist she can rule out whether it's a normal cyst or what? According to cyst size, then she advise medication. Best take homeoathy treatment for permanent results.
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Sir, my ankle is swollen after plaster cast removal. Can Tynor Anklet help to reduce swelling. How long should I wear the tumor anklet in a day?

Sir, my ankle is swollen after plaster cast removal. Can Tynor Anklet help to reduce swelling. How long should I wear...
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I have a hard lump mass like benign tumor in my right leg right ankle for 5 months. But suddenly in one night it become painful and starting to spread in foot. By taking homeopathy medicine it become like before. Stop from spreading and pain. Can I now treat this tumor with only calcarea fluorica avoiding taking 5 medicine?

I have a hard lump mass like benign tumor in my right leg right ankle for 5 months. But suddenly in one night it beco...
Better see a orthopedician, preferably an orthopaedic Oncosurgeon. Hard mass may be a bony or soft tissue tumour. Whether it is benign or cancer needs to be ascertained by doing imaging and Biopsy. If it is malignant, it can remain of the same size locally but throw metastasis to lungs or bones. Please don’t wait for the disease to spread before seeking treatment as it may be beyond cure at that time. Feel free to contact me directly if you want to discuss this further.
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Sir/mam, My mother in 2012 surgery done of breast cancer er. Breast remove (left side breast) .chemo also done but now again 2018 again cyst formed at left side surgery do e cyst remove and cyst report is reoccurring of mucus secreting adenocarcinoma breast axilla formed please mam suggest the right treatment did we again do CHEMO or radiation or medicine ok please suggest me sir mam it urgent please.

Hi lybrate-user its sad to hear about the disease recurrence in the operated breast but the good news is that it has recurred after a gap of 6 years. Which suggest good biology of the disease. Perhaps she has previously underwent left breast conservation surgery and I hope her previous biopsy report was tumor free and she had undergone podt op radiotherapy. Well following a diagnosis of breast carcinoma there is life long risk of recurrence in the oposite normal and in the operated breast. However most recurences ocur within 2 years of initial surgery. So perhaps this is a new tumor in the left breast. All investigations (mamogram; biopsy;bone scan; lft;tc/dc etc )need to be repeated and distant metastasis to be ruled out. Its produent to get mastectomy done this side.
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I am suffering from Follicular Thyroid cancer. It spreads to right side of waist and neck C2-C3 position, there is a tumor also .The Total Thyroidectomy surgery and first step high dose I131 radio iodine therapy completed. My blood pressure level got increased and taking medicine Telmikind 40 tablets each day before breakfast. I am having neck pain also. Can anyone suggest what are the next steps to follow up along with food, exercise etc ?Does another surgery required for C2-C3 position schwanomma?

I am suffering from Follicular Thyroid cancer. It spreads to right side of waist and neck C2-C3 position, there is a ...
Pain definitely can be controlled / treated at any stage of cancer. Pain relief needs dedicated pain management treatment usually offered by Pain specialist doctors. We also offers it at ACCN. Pain management and cancer treatment goes simultaneously. Demand a pain free cancer treatment. You can further discuss it in detail with me.
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My father (age 56 years & weight 70 Kg) has been diagnosed with Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer, Stage 4 with primary tumour in his Left Upper Lobe and metastasis in Liver and Bone. The biopsy report has confirmed it to be adenocarcinoma. The cancer was detected while he was admitted at a hospital in Mumbai and was undergoing treatment for Acute Paraplegia which happened on 02 Nov 16, due to arteries-Venous Fistula at D-10 level resulting in oedema/ ischemia of the spine from D-5 to Conus. After two failed attempts of embolization, towards treatment of the AVF, surgical clipping of the fistula was undertaken on 10 Nov 16. As part of post-operative rehabilitation therapy for his paraplegia, he was given 65 session of Hyper-basic Oxygen Therapy at 2.4 ata pressure for about two and a half month and about two hour of Physiotherapy for the same duration. My father was recovering well and had started walking with the help of support (walker). MRI of the spine taken in mid Jan & Mid June 2017 indicates that the spinal cord oedema had improved significantly, although atrophy of the spine cord is still present. He complained of wheezing and breathing difficulty and towards ascertaining the cause a X-ray was taken on 23 Feb 17 which showed massive pleural effusion in his left lungs. A series of tests followed with the ultimate result as NSCLC Stage 3B. It was categorised as Stage 3B as the pleural effusion was para-malignant and no metastases was noted in any other body parts. He was started with CCRT treatment which concluded on 05 May 17. During the treatment he was given daily dose of radiation therapy to his primary tumour site in his left upper lobe using IGRT (60 Gy/ 30 #/6 weeks) and weekly chemotherapy with paclitaxel (150 mg) & Carboplatin (300 mg) for 6 weeks. Despite the treatment, the cancer is advancing and has now spread to Liver and Bones as brought out in his latest PET CT report. Lung tissue which was obtained during CT guided biopsy conducted in the month of Mar 17, before the CCRT treatment was started, has tested positive for EGFR mutation – “E746_A750del is detected in EXON 19 of EGFR gene”. His doctor has started my father on Erlotinib 150 mg OD since 26 Jun 17. My father has developed Post Obstructive Pneumonia in his left lung and there is consolidation in his entire left lung. This is evident from a recent X-ray. He is having difficulty in breathing, takes short & fast breath, sweats a lot, feels cold, has irritation in his throat and gets tired very fast. He also has issue eating solid food and had greatly cut down his diet. He was started on Oral antibiotic for a week, but did not respond to it. He is admitted in the hospital and is being injected with antibiotics through IVs and injections. His condition remains to be same with no much improvement. His SPO2 level is also low at 90-92%. My father also has severe lower back pain and has also been diagnosed with progressive paraparesis. Because of the back pain he is not able to lie down on his back. A recent screening of the entire spine has confirmed that there is no evident compression of the spinal cord but clearly shows a number of metastasis in the vertebrae (Clivus, Dv2, Lv2, Lv4 & Tail Bone). There are plans to start him on Radiation Therapy for his spine. Is this:- 1.The right therapy for him? 2.What other option do we have for treating his spinal mets? 3.Can Radiation to treat his mets in the vertebra, damage his spine and cause further paraparesis? 4.Could you please suggest anything towards treatment of my father?

If there is localized backache than radiation treatment may be the right choice for the time being. Though it won't cure lung cancer. It may help in resolving the local pain. Patient is on erlotinib since 26-6-17. The medicine should have shown some benefit by now. Continue it for another one month. It may be stopped for the time /days spinal radiation is given by your treating doctor. Add bisphosphonates taking care of creatinine and calcium levels. Ask for appropriate amount of analgesics. Given the history of spinal cord atrophy, yes there is risk of further damage to spinal cord by radiation. The dose, fractionation and the areas not to be irradiated will be decided by treating radiation oncologist. For EGFR mutant erlotinib is one of the best drugs. Take care of nutrition. It's important.
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