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Posted 29 Mar 2018 by • 0 answers
For the past 7 years (ish), I have taken tramadol for diabetic neuropathy. I have been at 400mg/day for most of that time. I also take lyrica, 200mg/day as an add-on / adjunct. I have tried tricyclic antidepressants in the past, but they gave me severe dry mouth, to the point I was wanting water ...
Posted 12 Sep 2013 by • 4 answers
I'm a 20 year old male I just recently had blood test which show no known abnormalities the last time when i had black in my stool it was test on a feccal acute blood test and those days I was worried about I found out today that those days where negative for blood but recently just a day ago ...
Posted 29 Jan 2018 by • 0 answers
I suffer from acute Raynaud's, in that I suffer it 24/7 even if in the warm my feet especially can turn into ''blocks of ice'' and I have painful stiffness of the hands and feet and a painful tingling rotating from one to the other all the time - if i get cold it is much ...
Posted 12 Jan 2018 by • 0 answers
... pseudocysts on my pancreas. I have had an ERCP and had my gall bladder removed. Just had another cat scan and do not have the results yet. I am completely exhausted, have lost my hair and am having some cognitive difficulties. Just wondering if anyone else out there has experienced these ...
Posted 8 Dec 2017 by • 1 answer
My husband went into acute renal failure twice after having scans with the use of Omnipque 240. He had other problems such as cognitive forgetfulness, change in voice, hallucinations, rash, burning sensations, ringing in ears, and more. He asked for a lab test and doctor doesn't want to ...
Posted 8 Jul 2017 by • 1 answer
What is the primary, most effective recommendation to alleviate Augmentin-induced, acute nausea?
I'm on my second day of Cymbalta, and yesterday was truly horrible. I probably exhibited 2/3 of the?
Posted 15 Oct 2017 by • 2 answers
... most common side-effects... the worse being acute nausea. That's already much better today, so I assume the upset stomach will continue to progress. Is it common for patients to have all negative side effects subside after a couple weeks, or are certain ones more persistent under longer ...
Posted 29 Nov 2017 by • 0 answers
MRI says bone to bone between L3, L4, and L5. Pain is localized to a spot close to the lower spine and is completely debilitating. I must sit at least 2 hours without moving to avoid the stabbing pain. When it subsides I am able to function normally without any pain. I'v had this condition ...
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Posted 13 Oct 2017 by • 1 answer
... drinking water and staying hydrated ever since I was a child am I going to die
Posted 22 Aug 2017 by • 3 answers
I have always displayed the common symptoms of bipolar from as far back as childhood and was diagnosed with acute hypoactivity caused by food colours and E numbers. Since being diagnosed with this disorder I have been taking Quetiapine twice daily and have had multiple repeat prescription's. ...
Posted 26 Aug 2017 by • 2 answers
My son, 20, was switched to Cymbalta at the start of the summer with initially good result. He felt better, his mood seemed more stable and he reported no side effects even when the dose was increased to 60 mg; necessary after 30 mg did not help enough. He is now out of state at college and ...
Posted 14 Aug 2017 by • 2 answers
anyone used vortioxitine for acute anxiety?
Posted 13 Jul 2017 by • 1 answer
Yesterday morning at 8am I had taken my prednisone 3x 20mg for my acute asthma. I am four hours behind and I am not sure if to take them or if I would have to wait til tomorrow