Cells that have Epiloia cease dividing when they ought to. This means that many parts of your body can develop tumours. While they are not cancerous, the areas where they are growing may experience issues. There are Treatments available that can reduce the tumours and increase your comfort.
Cure or medications for Epiloia
- In case of seizures, anti-seizure medications may be prescribed. Other medications may help manage heart arrhythmias, behavior problems or other signs and symptoms.
- Everolimus medications (Afinitor, Zortress) may be used to treat certain types of brain and kidney growths that can't be surgically removed. The topical ointments like Sirolimus may help treat acne-like skin growths.
- If Epiloia is harming your kidneys, your doctor may be able to diminish kidney tumors by prescribing medications or by blocking or reducing blood flow to them. To get the tumors out, surgery might be required. You might eventually require dialysis or a kidney transplant as well.
- Before tumors get large, laser treatment (dermabrasion) can help "refinish" or smooth your skin.
- Sometimes, medications can decrease tumors in the brain, or surgeons can remove them.
- Occupational, physical or speech therapy, can help children with tuberous sclerosis who have special needs in these areas improve their ability to manage daily tasks and activities.
Unexplained widespread skin pain,Skin abnormalities,Seizures,Cognitive disabilities,Behavioral problems,Kidney problems,Heart issues,Lung problems,Eye abnormalities,A red or purple rash that spreads,Blisters on your skin and the mucous membranes of the mouth, nose, eyes and genitals
Noncancerous (benign) tumors,Malformations within organs and skin lesions,Psychological maladies,Seizures
Anti-seizure medications,Everolimus (Afinitor, Zortress),Sirolimus,occupational, physical or speech therapy,Surgery