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How can I overcome pruritus ani? Please help.

- Answered in Dermatology

As per my research, it could be pruritus ani … View thread

Is there any cure for pruritus ani?

- Answered in Dermatology

Hello doctor, I have been suffering from a condition known as pruritus ani for almost a year ... I can understand your concerns regarding pruritus ani as I have analyzed each detail that you have provided … View thread

What can cause itchiness after taking bath and while sweating?

- Answered in Dermatology

It looks like you are suffering from aquagenic pruritus ... Aquagenic pruritusView thread

How to cure ringworm?

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Do you have intense pruritus or itching ... I feel intense pruritusView thread

My wife could notice blood in her stools.Could you please advise us with proper guidance?

- Answered in General surgery

Itching is a very common manifestation, which is also known as pruritus ... It reduces the pain, swelling and the associated pruritus to a large extent … View thread

What are the treatments available for chickenpox in an adult?

- Answered in General Medicine

You can also take some antihistaminics like tablet Allegra 120 mg (Fexofenadine) once daily to prevent pruritusView thread

Should I get a bone marrow biopsy to rule out possible MPN?

- Answered in Internal Medicine

Regarding pruritus, there is some test that should be done … View thread

Does ligament laxity occur as a side effect of Sevoflurane?

- Answered in Anesthesiology

Uncommon side effects occurring in 01 to 1 % of patients are dry mouth, arrhythmia, ECG abnormalities, increased sputum, hypoxia, wheezing, bronchospasm, hyperventilation, pharyngitis, hiccup, hypoventilation, dyspnea, stridor, hypoxia, asthma, crying, nervousness, confusion, insomnia, confusional state, syncope, hypertonia, taste perversion, asthenia, pain, fluorosis, increase in AST (aspartate aminotransferase), increase in ALT (alanine transaminase), bilirubinemia, increase in LDH (lactate dehydrogenase), increase in alkaline phosphatase, hypophosphatemia, acidosis, hyperglycemia, increase in BUN (blood urea nitrogen), increase in creatinine, glycosuria, albuminuria, amblyopia, conjunctivitis, urination impaired, urine abnormality, urinary retention, oliguria, pruritus, and rash … View thread

Itching - a Common Symptom of Skin Disorder

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Pruritus (itching) is the predominant symptom of inflammatory skin disease ... Causes of Generalized Pruritus: 1 … View thread

Does Itching Disturb Your Regular Activities?

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It is also referred as pruritus or urticaria ... Primary treatment for chronic pruritus and chronic urticaria are nonsedating H1 antihistamines, as it decreases degranulation and release of pruritogenic mediators by mast cells and increases antipruritic effect … View thread