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Has anyone been on Lexapro and Prednisone at the same time? I had a high ANA titer and they?

Posted 16 Jan 2016 by blaaccypher 4 answers

Started me on the Prednisone as a precaution pretty high dose. I have been on it before for two years but not with Lexapro. Please help!!!

I recently was hospitalized for 10 days for epiglottitis. I received no treatment for approximately?

Posted 18 Nov 2015 by Jetfuel 0 answers

... 6 to 7 hours. I ended up with aspiration pneumonia and pleural effusions. Is it a correct assumption that these were complications that occurred because of delayed treatment and also attributed to the extended hospital stay

Will I get aspiration pneumonia?

Posted 11 Aug 2014 by suzzanuzza 1 answer

I was eating some dessert that was covered in cocoa powder and I accidentally inhaled some right through my mouth and into my lungs. I coughed for awhile and was irritated and now I fear aspiration pneumonia. Is this likely? I am an otherwise healthy adult. Also, when would symptoms appear if I ...

Aspiration Pneumonia - Is it possible to aspirate when feed thru the G tube?

Posted 11 Feb 2013 by June01 1 answer

Down syndrome patience w/trek and g tube, had aspiration pneumonia in the past, need advice on if it is possible to aspirate after being feed thru the G tube, she has scrolyoullis of her upper back, her spine is twisted. Please advise!

Whats the recovery time for aspiration pneumonia?

Posted 14 May 2012 by vetty 1 answer

Aspiration Pneumonia - I am looking for pre-thickened liquids and foods that I can buy at the market

Posted 31 Aug 2012 by chamrun25 3 answers

... or online. could you please help me with this quest

Has prednisone been associated with causing oropharyngeal disorders?

Posted 8 Nov 2010 by 4upleione 1 answer

SUCH AS DESTROYING NERVES ASSOCIATED WITH GAG REFLEX WHEN FOOD/LIQUIDS GO DOWN THE TRACHEA INSTEAD OF THE ESOPHAGUS (SILENT ASPIRATION SYNDROME).

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