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Raynaud's Syndrome Questions
Related terms: Raynaud's Phenomenon, Raynaud's Disease
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Posted 19 Aug 2010 by • 4 answers
Please please explain the physiological basis for how, after 40 plus years of trying every concievable anti-anxiety med there is that this simple BP lowering med (which I understand isn't even a first line option) has immediately and almost completely eliminated my startle responses, ...
Posted 19 Jun 2014 by • 1 answer
Or is it just from the depression side effect... I know my doctor warned me about the depression that may start after I had to increase my dosage to 20mg a day. She did not however warn me about any other side effects and I think I am losing my sex drive, either as a direct side effect or it is ...
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Posted 23 Nov 2015 by • 1 answer
I originally was prescribed Nifedical XL 30mg it seemed to work. When I picked up my prescription renewal I failed to notice the different name (Nifedipine ER) but when i began taking it a few days later i noticed the size, shape, and possibly dosage difference. What i was given was/is Nifedipine ...
Posted 23 Aug 2016 by • 2 answers
I have had very painful breasts in cold weather for decades, to the point where I would hit my breasts (what a strange thing to do, I know... in retrospect, we hit our thighs when they fall asleep, so it makes sense). All I knew was that there would be a deep pain in the nipple area, and the nipple ...
Posted 13 Mar 2016 by • 2 answers
... have thyroid
Posted 21 Jan 2016 by • 0 answers
I don't want to throw away the gloves that work for me. I've paid big bucks for them.
Posted 25 Oct 2015 by • 0 answers
I take Nifedical XL for Raynaud's for a few years now. When I started taking the med I thought it was a miracle! It didn't take away ALL the coldness on my extremities, but it did a really good job of decreasing it. I should say I only take the med in the winter months. It's very ...
Posted 22 May 2015 by • 1 answer
I'm 53 and have had Raynaud's for a yr.now and I have scleroderma in my throat too. Have been put out of work by my doctor. My fingers turn white but more often they turn almost black. I have an appointment with the rheumatologist about the scleroderma in my throat. Was in the er last ...
Raynaud's Syndrome - Hep getting Medicaid to pay for child dosing of nifedipine for 9 year old with?
Posted 22 Nov 2014 by • 1 answer
... it so bad he wakes the whole house up screaming. Help for those nights. I think he gets too hot, sweats then gets cold-pins and needles! Any ideas?
Posted 20 Jul 2014 by • 2 answers
I have peripheral neuropathy, PAD and scleroderma with Raynaud's of fingers and toes for 30+ yrs. previous finger lesions, now 3 toes of L foot developed gangrene. Nifedipine had been sufficient for Raynauds. Now added sildenafil, plavix, trental, hydroxychlorquine all to increase blood flow. ...
Posted 11 May 2012 by • 2 answers
the tech sheet has an application that would work on a flat surface... can i just rub it on the effected fingers
Posted 15 Jun 2011 by • 1 answer
I just found out that I was only to take 10 mg of Norvasc but misunderstanding I have been taking 20mg. Total body break down as of last night. Called Doctor and Drug Store, what could be my side affects after being over dosed for about 10 days? Denise Alpe
Posted 2 Aug 2011 by • 1 answer
Raynaud's Disease is a common condition causing the small arteries to contract- mostly in the hands or feet, causing them to turn blue. Afterwards often flushing and red. No known treatment. Someone recommended Niacin. I am sceptical.
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