3 Essential Guidelines for Recovering after Parathyroid Removal

Posted on: 22 May 2018
If you have a parathyroid disorder, your doctor might recommend the removal of the problematic gland. This surgical process is primarily used for dealing with hyperparathyroidism. This condition causes the enlargement or excess growth of the gland. If the overgrown parathyroid is left in place, it could cause overproduction of the parathyroid hormone. Over time, the excess hormone could cause numerous problems, including kidney stones, bone brittleness and nervous system malfunctions.
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Tips On The Care Of Your Catheter Post Prostate Cancer Surgery

Posted on: 18 July 2016
When you have prostate cancer surgery, you will probably have a catheter fitted.  The catheter allows urine to drain away from your bladder into a bag that you wear strapped to your leg.  Once your surgical site has healed fully, you should be able to have your catheter removed, and you will once again be able to urinate in the normal way. So, how do you cope with having a catheter?
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Mole Removal | 4 Tips To Prepare For Your Mole Removal Appointment

Posted on: 27 January 2016
If you have a worrying mole on your body, then you may want to consult with your family doctor, a dermatologist or a mole removal expert to see whether it needs deeper investigation. Mole removal may be necessary if it is located in an irritating area of your skin or if it appears to be cancerous. Here are some tips to help you better prepare for your mole removal appointment.
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Different Treatment Options with Osteopathy

Posted on: 11 December 2015
Osteopathy, also referred to as soft touch, is a form of treatment that consists of exerting pressure on your soft tissues, carrying out cranial massages, employing muscle resistance and more. This form of therapy is based on the belief that your body will physically compensate for any trauma or illness it is suffering from in one area, thus negatively impacting the rest of the body. As such, the soft touch on various zones of your body is supposed to work toward adjusting the different joints and muscles so that they and the rest of the body can be restored to health and normalcy.
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