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Posted 28 Aug 2013 by • 5 answers
What does it mean when your stool is black? With bowel movments twice a day I only see black stool after I exercise sometimes or out of the blue some days. I take seroquel xr and a vitamen d supplement.
Posted 12 Apr 2013 • 1 answer
whether Contiflo/Flodart Plus/Flomax are having same effect/composition? Possibility of prostate cancer is ruled out and no other problem with external enlargement except high frequency-which is now reduced to half. If surgery is not at all emergency then,for smooth flow/reduced frequency,Urimax ...
Posted 14 Apr 2015 by • 2 answers
I had esophagus cancer surgery 4 years ago. I was prescribed Nexium 40mg twice per day. Last month my ins company switched me to Esomeprazole Mag DR 40 mg once per day. I understood there was no generic for Nexium.
Posted 8 Jan 2012 by • 4 answers
My father had esophagus cancer some eight years ago and lost a lot of weight. He can only eat small amounts at each meal and almost everything causes sever acid reflex. As a result he has conditioned himself to only eat those things that don't cause him pain, all of which have no nutritional ...
Abdominal Adhesions - After a hysterectomy 14 years ago for uterine cancer, I now have adhesions in?
Posted 1 Nov 2013 by • 4 answers
... my abdomine causing pain mostly in my lower back and side right now. I was an avid exerciser and now my doctor says no exercise not even walking for 3 months. He said I can go in a pool. Isn't pool aerobics exercise? And I honestly don't know what adhesions even are. My doctor, ...
Posted 28 Mar 2014 by • 2 answers
... been 24 hours. Previously was taking Omeprazole twice daily (20mg). I am frustrated and worry that I will end up with esophageal cancer! Does anyone else take more than 40 mg of Nexium/day? I am so anxious about this! Thank you
Posted 5 Sep 2016 • 1 answerFAQ by Drugs.com
Vicodin and Percocet are both used for pain relief but is one stronger or more addictive than the other?
Posted 16 May 2014 by • 3 answers
I need some answer. I call my obgyn n left a message. I am very stress thinking it might be cervical cancer.
Posted 12 Apr 2010 by • 6 answers
My father has melanoma that can't be found but that metasisised into 2 brain tumors. The medical community is only recommending chemotherapy but with a poor prognosis. We are looking desperately to go another way. Has anyone had good or bad results trying the 35% food grade peroxide in water?
Posted 26 Jan 2016 by • 6 answers
My Doctor, an MD, who prescribed fluorouracil 5% topical cream to spots on my face and was told to apply it twice a day just to the spots for seven days. A little back ground, I have had some previous skin problems in the past and been treated by freezing (cryo.) for a spot or two, one of which ...
Posted 5 days ago by • 1 answer
Who has developed some kind of cancer while on Xeljanz? And how long were you on it before the cancer diagnosis? Long term RA here-39 years. Trying to avoid medicines like this which have "cancer" as a side effect.
Posted 19 days ago by • 2 answers
After reading that a percentage of people completed the hep c treatment and were cured of their hep c only to be diagnosed with, and in some cases die from, liver cancer, I brought this up with my hep c nurse. She told me that unfortunately, if there is even the tiniest cancerous spot present ...
Lupron - My husband was diagnosed prostate cancer, a more aggressive and fast growing form. They are
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So far veggies, sweets and bacon are ok. Pasta, rice, potatoes, chicken, seafood, onion are unacceptable. Beef is bearable. What can be done to lessen or remove the metal taste? Rinsing the mouth with baking soda or mouthwash does not help. Thank you in advance.
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