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Posted 28 May 2015 by • 3 answers
Iam looking into medication that will help me with my weight loss. I currently need to lose 60lb. My dr suggested saxenda or belviqu ithink thatis how you spellit. But after doing my research I foundthat this medication might be more effective. I am curious of how much it would cost me monthly. I ...
Posted 14 days ago by • 2 answers
From bestpup I have been advised by my general practitioner to take a probiotic to boost my immune system and for more regularity. Despite doing some research on the subject I can't decide if they'll work for me or if there an unnecessary dietary supplement? Also, there's so many to ...
Posted 19 Jun 2017 by • 1 answer
Hi, I am bipolar and I have the most rapid forms if cycling. Everything can make me switch, including herbal remedies that are known or are just becoming known to be antidepressants. There must be thousands and thousands of people like me. Why are we not employed to screen for substances that ...
Posted 24 May 2017 by • 5 answers
Hi! I don't know much about mental health other than my own research. I've been on a medication circus ride for a couple years with little improvement. I suffer from depression, anxiety, ADD, 3 kids (lol) 0 motivation, 0 self confidence, racing thoughts, mood swings, irritability. I have ...
Posted 14 Jun 2017 by • 1 answer
is it true that cancer can be treated by vitamin B17 ?? and has it proved Scientifically ??? and how can i get the latest research about cancer??and the last thing is where are we in our war againts cancer , do all patient get cured??? pls answer
Posted 15 May 2017 by • 1 answer
My research says yes, but my doctor tells me otherwise. I am a small girl and have tried 25mg before and it was to much and made me extremely exhausted and I was wondering if I could give a lower dose a try if there is such a thing.
Bipolar Disorder - My doctor just decided to put me on Trileptal and I've been doing research on it?
Posted 12 May 2017 by • 1 answer
... since I left her office. I've read nothing but negative things about it.can anyone tell me what things to be aware of or any benefits of it?
Posted 2 May 2017 by • 0 answers
Hi everyone My Dr has just prescribed me Saxenda. I'd never heard of it before. Just doing some research and there seems to be some pretty scary side effects. One I saw was possible link to cancer? I also had a problem with my heart. It's an abnormal rhythm which I've had an ...
Intestinal Obstruction - Anyone with bowel blockages, drink Coke,it works after reading research on?
Posted 6 Aug 2016 by • 6 answers
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Posted 9 Mar 2017 by • 2 answers
I did my research on anti depressants and found out about celexa. I saw some really good reviews about it so I convinced my dr to switch me, but when I left her office I did some more research and started to kinda regret it. From what I learned Celexa first went in the market in 1989, and for some ...
Posted 4 Mar 2017 by • 0 answers
I understand how it allows for nasal decongestion but I am wondering about the effects it has on the brain. I have done some research and it seems it affects norepinephrine but I’m looking for something a little more specific. Does it block reuptake? Or cause release? Does it affect dopamine ...
Posted 10 Mar 2017 by • 0 answers
I've never been on the pill any did some research back then but isn't it best to wait to judge it because of how it works and the hormones?? I see so many "after one week, one month" bad reviews but the 4 and 14 month reviews say they had slight problems and first and now ...
Posted 8 Jan 2017 by • 2 answers
I began taking Erivedge 6 days ago for infiltrative, locally advanced BCC on my scalp. So far, I have felt a little tired and have had diarrhea. However, in doing research on the drug, I am aware that other side effects are associated with it... such as muscle cramps, joint pain, hair loss, changes ...
Posted 21 Jan 2017 by • 0 answers
... at UCSB. I recently learned about peripheral artery disease after talking to doctors. I was saddened to hear about the hardships that are attributed with this condition and the limited treatment options that are available. After looking more into the condition, I think there is an opportunity ...
Posted 10 Nov 2016 by • 6 answers
Doctor wants me to think about adding an SNRI to my regimen. Stress and anxiety getting to be too much and making me even more paranoid and OCD. He asked me to go home and do some research and let him know what ones seem good to me. Any suggestions?