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Curious if I will get approved for ssi, for being a new mother with ptsd seems unbearable?

Posted 30 Jan 2014 by Niki12 7 answers

I am 20 years old with a 8 month old daughter . I suffer from ptsd, anxiety , manic depression,DID, and insomnia . I applied for ssi almost 6 months ago. I suffer from amnesia , and went there at first for adhd because i wasn't even sure why life had always been difficult . I have never held ...

Can propofol cause person not to remember things even after the initail proceedure?

Posted 5 Dec 2011 by manymatic15 2 answers

I was given propofol at the hospital for a broken wrist. The very next day I had some sort of episode, in which I could not remember any of the events that had taken place. It felt like total amnesia. It was hard to believe anyone telling me the events that had taken place since I had no ...

How long can I use Hiprex tablets?

Posted 26 Mar 2018 by charlotteemily 1 answer

Hiprex was prescribed by my urologist to prevent urinary tract infections for which I had been hospitalized twice and had delirium with the infections leading to amnesia. It was very bad as the urinary infections led to septicaemia. I almost died twice so I was put on Hiprex for prevention of ...

Allergic reactions --- Do they change over time?

Posted 17 Sep 2010 by marjorie zych 3 answers

Yes my friends I am back again!!! I was stung by a bee about a week ago and I am allergic to them but my reaction was slightly different this time, let me explain: Usually when I get stung I have an anaphylaxitic reaction so I usually grab for my Epi-Pen and call 911 right away. This time, thank ...

What are different options to provide amnesia during general anesthesia?

Posted 31 Oct 2016 by BusterBeans 0 answers

I had a terrible reaction to halothane in 1968, developed halothane hepatitis, lost half my liver and spent years regenerating it. Anesthesiologists over the years have refused to give me general anesthesia because inhaled gases are too close to halothane. Midazolam as a sedative has made me vomit ...

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