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Posted 6 Jan 2013 • 73 answers
My boyfriend was diagnosed with cirrhosis of the liver a year and a half ago.Since then he has become more of an alcoholic than ever. He hasn't seen a doctor in over a year and doesn't want to see one.When he was first diagnosed his platelets in his blood were low and they wanted to do a ...
Posted 21 Feb 2013 by • 6 answers
Have had this for about 3 years now, noticed a progressive numbing in my left foot. Bottom is totaly numb, toes are almost totally and top and sides are getting there. My brother has a hereditary disease where his feet, legs and hands go numb to where he has trouble walking or picking things up. ...
Posted 8 Apr 2013 by • 8 answers
I have not been put on any medication yet (I am going at the end of this week for that), but I have not been able to loose weight for months. I am overweight already and from what I read synthroid makes you gain weight and that is NOT what i want or need. Is there any medicine out there theat helps ...
Posted 13 Nov 2013 by • 4 answers
... negative for Chlamydia and all other sexually transmitted diseases. However, I am feeling frustrated because I still have some symptoms that have not cleared up such as discharge, low energy from having the disease so long, I feel soar, bleeding in between periods and a slight discomfort. I am ...
Posted 9 Mar 2013 by • 1 answer
I have degenerative disc disease in my C, T & L spine. The lumbar disc degeneration was marked as advanced in my X-ray report. I also have degeneration @ my S1. I have had very mild sciatica before in my left leg. So Ive always compensated with my right leg. About 2 months ago the pain started ...
Posted 24 May 2013 by • 4 answers
My neurologist prescribed 50 mg per day for some mild nerve pain. It seems like a pretty heavy duty drug with a ton of bad side effects so I'm not sure the cure wouldn't be worse than the disease, so to speak. I sure wouldn't mind the weight loss side effect, though!
Posted 18 May 2014 by • 4 answers
I was always in close contact with my mother for several days, who due to her COPD condition could no longer breathe on her own.
Posted 4 Feb 2013 by • 1 answer
I was treated for gum disease and prescribed amoxicillin i got bad diaherera.My medical doctor said it could have been the amoxicillin i also had some blockage in my right ear i tried ear wax removal kit that did not work she said she would give me ear drops that would help but instead she gave me ...
Posted 3 Apr 2013 by • 3 answers
... disease and this is what I am told caused it. Nobody believes Me and Im trying to find some proof to show them Im not crazy. Help Me Thanks
Posted 10 Mar 2015 by • 3 answers
I have only been on Tramadol for a week now and today I experienced a sense of anger all day long. I am becoming very defensive and striking out at friends and family. I have Parkinson's Disease and am taking Tramadol for severe pain in my left leg. What is causing this feeling of anger all of ...
I have read that antibiotics cause weight gain, but could they also cause weight loss in some people
Posted 18 Oct 2014 by • 1 answer
I began taking amoxicillin last week for Lyme disease. I have had an upset stomach but still eat the same diet and I've lost about 3 pounds. I am assuming the antibiotic has something to do with it. I have been unsuccessfully battling candida for years with no success despite taking ...
Posted 13 Sep 2017 by • 1 answer
I have Hashimoto's disease and have been taking levothyroxine 85.5 mg for 20 years. Merck has reformulated the drug and since then ( April) I have had important side effects: fatigue, memory loss, severe cramps, hair loss... I decided to stop taking the drug for 2 months ans see... after a ...
Posted 7 days ago by • 1 answer
... Will it ever be normal again. I had heart attack 2016. 3 stents on left side. Been on these medicine ever since. But my blood pressure just will not go back to normal. I do see my doctor every three months. But I seem to be the only one worried?
Posted 7 days ago by • 0 answers
Given that they are similar drug classification, cholestyramine is difficult to palate due to the granular consistency. Welchol is in a tablet form and therefore easier to tolerate making it a better alternative for compliance and consumption. The question is, is there evidence to support its use ...
Posted 17 days ago by • 0 answers
... HUGE factor in our dysfunctional marriage. Are there other husbands out there that have gone through the same issues/disease and how have you survived?