Medication, Supplements

Prostate Cancer Treatment Options for High Risk and Recurrence

Prostate cancer patients with high risk features of lymph node spread and micrometastatic disease are generally treated with more aggressive local therapy often in combination with long- term androgen deprivation therapy.  Some patients who are at extremely high risk of micrometastatic disease, treatment with systemic >> Read More ...

Prostate Cancer Treatments and Complications (Side Effects)

Prostate cancer patients with limited disease are grouped into low-risk, intermediate-risk and high risk for metastatic disease based on the clinical stage, Gleason score and PSA values. Read more on prostate cancer staging. The treatment plan in limited disease is based on the risk. Low-risk group includes stage T1 or T2, >> Read More ...

Uterus Fibroids Treatment – Medication and Surgery

Treatment of Uterine Fibroids Not all fibroids require treatment. Fibroids that are asymptomatic, are very small, or if diagnosed in a woman approaching menopause may require no treatment at all. Since most fibroids regress after menopause and rarely become cancerous, a “wait and watch” approach with periodic >> Read More ...

Endometriosis Diagnosis and Treatment (Medication and Surgery)

Diagnosis of Endometriosis Endometriosis, like other medical conditions, should be diagnosed as early as possible for the best prognosis. Most women visit a gynecologist to investigate one or more of the prominent endometriosis symptoms – pelvic pain worse during menstruation, irregular menses and/or difficulty >> Read More ...

Nasal Spray Side Effects, Actions and How to Use a Nasal Spray

What is a nasal spray? Nasal sprays are medications that are available for application through the nasal cavity. Most nasal sprays are available as metered-dose nasal sprays meaning that each spray delivers a measured quantity of the solution into the nasal cavity. By creating a fine mist (aerosol), the active ingredients >> Read More ...

Antihistamine Side Effects, Actions, Allergies, Motion, Sleeping

What are antihistamines? Antihistamines are those drugs that block the H1 histamine receptors and not the other histamine receptors like H2, H3 and H4. It is also known as a H1-receptor blocker. These drugs act by block the histamine-induced responses in allergic reactions. It is the most widely used allergy medicine for >> Read More ...
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