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Are you in a difficult situation right now and feel that the world is on your shoulders? Do you find yourself so embroiled with so many problems and your health suffers as a result? There is still hope. Read the following article and have a new perspective to help you gain victory over your problems and regain your health.
Published by Patrick Regoniel 44 months ago in Rare Diseases & Conditions | +0 votes | 0 comments
Endometriosis at this time can’t be ‘cured’ but it can be controlled. If you can control your pain and other symptoms through diet alone, you won’t have to worry about surgery and other options that have not, at this time, been proven to help. Drinking a lot of water is a must. Filtered or mineral water is best. Water keeps our organs well lubricated and helps to flush toxins out of our systems. Most people do not consume enough water on a daily basis.
Published by Ram Swaroop Bhavanasi 54 months ago in Rare Diseases & Conditions | +1 votes | 0 comments
Are you having sleepless nights due to severe itching during pregnancy? Check your liver function immediately. Read through the article to know more about the liver disease known as Intrahepatic/Obstetric (ICP) Cholestasis that occur in many women during pregnancy because of hormonal changes. Consult with your medical practitioner and get your liver function test done to rule out ICP of pregnancy.
Published by Suba Lakshminarasimhan 54 months ago in Rare Diseases & Conditions | +2 votes | 1 comments
Sturge-Weber Syndrome (SWS) is rare. It is a congenital neurological disorder present at birth. The most common physical notation is the port-wine stain (PWS) birthmark. No two cases are identical. Each case must be treated on an individual basis. This article answers what is Sturge-Weber Syndrome and how can it be diagnosed and how it can be treated.
Published by Jeanne Ruczhak-Eckman 56 months ago in Rare Diseases & Conditions | +5 votes | 0 comments
Coughing up sputum is a common thing but coughing up sputum that settles into three layers is very unusual. Copious purulent sputum production that settles into three layers when expectorated into a receptacle is characteristics of bronchiectasis. This symptom is a sign that a person's throat and lungs needs immediate cure. If taken for granted, this might worsen and cause cancer.
Published by Jason Medenilla 57 months ago in Rare Diseases & Conditions | +2 votes | 0 comments
Coughing up a stone is also known as lithoptysis, was first described by Aritotle and is characteristic symptom of broncholithiasis. Broncholiths are usually composed of calcium phosphate or calcium carbonate. In the settings of a pulmonary infection, most commonly histoplasmosis, the lung parenchyma becomes alkaline, which enhances local precipitation of calcium phostate and carbonate
Published by Jason Medenilla 57 months ago in Rare Diseases & Conditions | +0 votes | 0 comments
Proprioception is the ability to know where your body is in space. It is not just the visual awareness of where you are; that you are standing in the middle of a room or at the top of the steps or any actual external space, but rather where the parts of your body are relative to each other. It is the sense of your self.
Published by Judith Barton 57 months ago in Rare Diseases & Conditions | +11 votes | 2 comments
Blood in the semen are rare cases. It is an uncommon symptom of hematospermia which is very common on young adults. Then of course it is best to still consult your medical specialist regarding this symptom. Therapy of hematospermia may consist of reassurance in the young man with idiopathic hematospermia and treatment of underlying prostatitis or prostatic malignancy in older men.
Published by Jason Medenilla 57 months ago in Rare Diseases & Conditions | +0 votes | 0 comments
Kleine-Levin Syndrome (KLS) is a rare neurological disorder that was first described in 1786. It is characterized by extreme hypersomnolence, cognitive impairment, photophobia, phonophobia and compulsive overeating and hypersexual behavior. Risk factors for developing the syndrome include infection, alcohol abuse and brain injury. Research studies suggest it may be an autoimmune disorder that attacks the brain. A deficiency in dopamine may be responsible for some of the observed symptoms.
Published by Kimberly Martin 58 months ago in Rare Diseases & Conditions | +3 votes | 3 comments
An ailment that may last throughout the patient's entire life time, and is characterized by excessive periods of eating and sleeping for as many as eighteen hours a day, the rare neurological sleeping disorder known as Klein-Leven Syndrome generally affects teenage boys more than any other group of people making the patient sleep most of the day and night, appear childlike, dioriented, confused, lethargic, irritable, aggressive, and full of apathy to the point that they can not attend school, go...
Published by Brett Matthew West 58 months ago in Rare Diseases & Conditions | +0 votes | 0 comments
Alice in wonderland syndrome is a neurological condition in which the person’s visual, auditory, spatial and time perceptions are so altered, that they feel like they are revisiting Alice’s wonderland in real life. AIWS is one of the rare mental disorders. With the syndrome, the body image and orientation is so distorted that it gives a bizarre experience of the real life situation.
Published by Irene Doon 58 months ago in Rare Diseases & Conditions | +0 votes | 1 comments
The dangers associated with cell phone usage can be physical or otherwise. Brain cancer is associated with usage of cell phones though care has to be taken on the part of your health; studies are still underway to ascertain these allegations. Responsible cell phone use is the only way to take care of your personal health
Published by Albert K 58 months ago in Rare Diseases & Conditions | +7 votes | 3 comments
What is the difference between a midget and a dwarf? Who is the worlds shortest man? Who was the worlds shortest woman? How common is dwarfism? What causes people to be dwarfs? Do shorter people prefer to be called midgets, dwarfs, or little people? How short does a person have to be to be considered a dwarf?
Published by Kaleidoscope Acres 58 months ago in Rare Diseases & Conditions | +1 votes | 1 comments
Pott's disease is a tuberculosis that affect the spine. It is an extrapulmonary tuberculosis that originates from the lung and eventually spread to other parts of the body. Delay in diagnosis and treatment of this disease can lead to serious complications that include; spinal cord compression and paralysis also known as Pott's paraplegia.
Published by Timm 58 months ago in Rare Diseases & Conditions | +0 votes | 0 comments
Vulvodynia is an extremely painful condition of the genital area. The pain may be throbbing, stabbing, or prickling in nature. Some women may also experience itching. Doctors don’t exactly know what causes vulvodynia. Sometimes women who have suffered sexual abuse as children have developed this disorder, but most women who have this debilitating condition have no history of sexual abuse. Read on to learn more about vulvodynia.
Published by Charlene Collins 59 months ago in Rare Diseases & Conditions | +2 votes | 3 comments
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