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Posted 25 Sep 2016 • 1 answerFAQ by Drugs.com
Norepinephrine and epinephrine are both used in emergency medicine but what is the difference between them?
Posted 29 May 2011 by • 8 answers
... therapy (ECT). I have Bipolar I and anxiety issues. My goals are to come out of it needing less meds, and I also want my ever-present funk and anhedonia to be lifted. I am interested in hearing from people who have had ECT
Posted 1 Mar 2011 by • 3 answers
My doctor says yes, but I am concerned about the warning's of serotonin shock even though these drugs/herbs work on different parts of the brain. Has anyone tried this combination or are you a doctor who would be willing to weigh in on this question? thanks so much
Posted 25 Jul 2009 by • 1 answer
Have food allergies (non-specific) which cause anaphylactic shock. Have had the condition for years. Initially treated with epinephrine, but have become allergic to epi. Dr. treats me with antibiotics and steroids. I fear becoming immune to this treatment. What are my options?
Posted 14 Nov 2012 by • 5 answers
... pulse/confusion/headache how long does it take for the withdrawals to go away
Posted 5 Mar 2011 by • 4 answers
... morning. Could this be a side effect of omeprazole? I am light headed all of the time as well. Am I reacting to this drug? Thanks
Posted 24 Nov 2009 by • 4 answers
ok so i recently stopped taking my zoloft. and it feels like electrical shocks in my brain and ive been having major heart palpitations... is this normal? or should i see a dr?!
Posted 31 May 2010 by • 4 answers
I have been taking Tramadol a long time for Fibromyalgia and when I don't have any to take, I start having some kind of shocks to my body. What is this? Does this have anything to do with my Nerve Damage?
Posted 2 Nov 2012 by • 5 answers
I'm 16, I am on the anti-depresant Lexapro, as well as Trazodone to aid with my insomnia. Its hard to explain what I'm feeling other then a "shutter" or as Ive seen it called a "shock/reboot" where it feels like my body is jump started and i have no recollection of ...
Posted 10 Nov 2017 by • 1 answer
I was admitted into ER with abscesses in my abdomen which were infected. She. They operated to drain abdomen an ovary burst and I went into septic shock, a coma for 12 days and put on life support in ICU. Stayed in hospital for one month and a half. Serious cognitive difficulties and no memory of ...
Sepsis - I'm 5-6 months into recovery after septic shock and 8 days in the hospital. It seems as if?
Posted 17 Aug 2011 by • 1 answer
... my recovery is going backwards. In May and June it seemed as if I had more energy and stamina than I do now 2month later. Does this make sense to anyone?
Posted 6 Dec 2014 by • 5 answers
I don't see anything in the literature about it being used for pain. I have tried every other medication for trigeminal neuralgia pain. It feels like electric shocks going through my teeth at its worst. Am currently taking Baclofen which has caused major muscle weakness, so the Lamictal is in ...
Posted 10 Jun 2015 by • 4 answers
My father has a small wound on his leg and was previously in the hospital in January of this year where he spent several weeks there. He went into septic shock for a urinary tract infection & pneumonia. He was put on a bpap mask and never intubated. He was in ICU for about 5 days and then spent ...
Posted 31 May 2016 by • 4 answers
I have post herpetic neuralgia. I went from taking Lyrica 150MG 2x/day to taking Gabapentin 600MG 3x/day. This is the end of Day 4 and I am still getting shocks in my upper right teeth but have not had to take any Tramadol for 2 days. When taking the Lyrica as mentioned above, I was pain free for ...
Posted 26 Dec 2010 by • 5 answers
Hi - I am looking to corresspond with anyone who has had this type of treatment, either for Depression or, even better, Bipolar. If the system allows, private messages are fine. I have a feeling there is an extra dose of stigma about it. Thank you
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