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Ive been taking ferrous sulfate for 3mths n Im losing alot of hair is this a side effect or no??

Posted 29 Dec 2015 by jaimesdown 1 answer

I have been on ferrous sulfate pills for 3 plus mths and I am losing alot of hair n need to know if this is a side effect of just taking this medication?? Or is it a side effect of this med and another meds mixed together?? Like I take this pill twice a dy and at same time I take an antibiotic ...

Why is Epogen considered dangerous when used properly to cure anemia? My understanding is that it?

Posted 24 May 2013 by ecofr 1 answer

... is a synthetic version of a hormone that stimulates the bone marrow to create red cells. The danger comes from an excessive increase in hematocrit, and if the hematocrit is too high then your blood is too viscous, leading to heart attacks. But used in moderation, say to bring the hematocrit of ...

Mircera has improved hb to a stable state,but after last dose I had fever loose motion?

Posted 8 Mar 2012 by matlabmsr 1 answer

I am 67 & having cancer of colon and bladder. Had successful surgery during end of august,2008 followed by chemo and radiation theraphy & since then passing a stable health, more or less. Last CEA was 1.89 ng/ml and other parameter found to be normal having haemoglobin at 11.2 g/dl.I am on ...

Is a normal dose of 7.5 once a week of epogen?

Posted 11 Aug 2011 by elites1947 1 answer

Is 7.5 units of Epogen an average dose once a week?

I ahe a kidney disease and by taiking iron tablets I became constipated, can psyllium be ggod for me

Posted 17 Aug 2010 by eduardo fischer 1 answer

can psyllium be good for me i am taking iron daily, vitamin c 1000 daily,b12 inyectable every two weeks, a shoot of procrit every 3 weeks.take a full dosis of aminoacids 3 times a day. i eat only vegetables 0 animal protein.

Why will health insurance not pay for aranesp?

Posted 30 Oct 2009 by patricia radke 1 answer

I have chronic anemia deue to stage 1 kidney failure

Anemia Associated with Chronic Renal Failure - what else can a person with anemia because of renal?

Posted 2 Sep 2009 by jobos2000 1 answer

... dysfunction do to feel more energetic? have you heard of benevia drinks and nephrovite multivitamins. thank you

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