The following Conditions are related to Fever

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  • Colitis, ulcerative

    Even though there is no cure, there are various promising treatment options available to treat the symptoms, including, Medications – Medications are used to suppress the inflammation of the colon and heal the tissues over time. It also effectively reduces and controls the symptoms of diarrhea, bleeding, and abdominal pain. Combinational Therapy – An additional therapy combined with initial therapy to incre  Read More

  • Cystic disease of the renal medulla

    The risk factors for the cystic disease of the renal medulla include: Age - It seems like people who are older are more likely to get this disease. Gender - Men seem to be more likely to get it than women. Race - People of Asian descent are more likely to get it than people of other races. Family history - If your family has a history of cystic disease of the renal medulla or other diseases like it,  Read More

  • Diabetes insipidus

    There is currently no cure for diabetes insipidus, but certain treatments can be done to relieve your thirst and decrease the urge to urinate. There are four forms of this disorder: Central diabetes insipidus Nephrogenic diabetes insipidus Gestational diabetes insipidus Primary polydipsia Hormone therapy Low-salt diet Drink more water Desmopressin Ch  Read More

  • G6pd deficiency

    The majority of people with glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) deficiency do not require treatment. They should, however, be told to avoid drugs and things that cause oxidant stress. Patients should avoid broad beans as well (i.e., fava beans). As long as certain foods and drugs are avoided, most children with G6PD deficiency lead completely normal lives.  Read More

  • Hemolytic uremic syndrome (hus)

    Signs and symptoms of HUS can include: Bloody diarrhea Decreased urination or blood in the urine Abdominal pain, vomiting and occasionally fever Pallor Small, unexplained bruises or bleeding from the nose and mouth Fatigue and irritability Confusion or seizures High blood pressure Swelling of the face, hands, feet or entire body When  Read More

  • Sly syndrome

    There are a few risk factors that can make you more likely to get sly syndrome.One of the main risk factors is age-sly syndrome is most commonly diagnosed in people between ages 45 and 65. It's more common in men than women, but it can happen to anyone of any age and gender.Also, One of the main risk factors for Sly syndrome is genetic. If someone in your family has Sly syndrome, you have a higher chance o  Read More

  • Vasopressin-sensitive diabetes insipidus

    Diabetes associated with the brain and nervous system of the body is Vasopressin-Sensitive Diabetes Insipidus or CDI.This rare genetic disorder is diagnosed after the baby is born or in the early years of life.Test to measure blood electrolyte levels and sodium levels in the body.The body lacks vasopressin for many other reasons like brain damage, brain injury, tuberculosis (TB), and Blockage in a  Read More