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Harvoni - I am 64 years old and found I have hep c from transfusions during my teen years for spinal
Posted 1 Nov 2016 by Totenteddy • 3 answers
... surgery. I was devastated but reading this support group has reassured me. I'm on my second day of treatment and so far no side effects. Is there any hair loss involved?
Posted 26 Oct 2016 by bsfeuerhammer • 0 answers
Suffered with severe acne from my early teens to age 30. At that time I started to take accutane for 5 or 6 months. It cleared up my acne and also dried out my feet which where sweating continually. Now more than 20 years later, my feet are sweating again and some of those old zits are coming back ...
Posted 6 Oct 2016 by Lauryn17 • 0 answers
Ive been using the patch for over a year now and its been great until last month I put on my patch on week 3 a day late and got my period , when I took my patch off the following week for my patch free week I continued to have my period there fore I had it for 2 weeks straight, that was fine I ...
Posted 3 Oct 2016 by meh_says_meh • 0 answers
Most of my young teen/adult life I've been depressed, have headaches/migraines, unable to sleep properly and generally am tired no matter what on top of ED and literally no sexual desire. I've not been diagnosed with anything with this dysfunction yet but I was put on anti depressants and ...
Posted 28 Sep 2016 by Calleamar • 0 answers
I am asking if his anger and agitation is part of his pre teens or is this a side effect from the medication, given that he has been on the meds for a year. We had decreased the mg from 18 to 10mg, Would the change in dosage cause this at all?
Posted 17 Aug 2016 by ouch12 • 0 answers
I thought I had the run of the mill yeast infection (which I am very prone to) and attempted to use a cream I already had. The cream that you apply to the vulva wasn't working, so being a teen I go to my mother who takes me to the drug store. I decide to try an insert so I won't be able ...
Posted 6 Sep 2016 by Acoder • 0 answers
Hi, Over the last ~4 years I have knowest my intelligence is inconsistent. on some days I'm quite sharp while on others I made stupid mistakes (such as forgetting a basic step-by-step procedure among other things). normally I'm in a middle ground (60% of the time) details about me. ...
Posted 24 Aug 2016 by fernandomora45 • 0 answers
Has anyone experienced stunted growth after taking this medication as a kid/teen, or was your growth normal?
Posted 4 Aug 2016 by Rose3160 • 3 answers
I have a normal functioning Thyroid but have several nodules..I had surgery 40 years ago in my teens to remove the 8 i had..they have grown back and I have had biopsies that were benign.every year I do ultrasounds to watch the growth and every year I usually need a biopsy on yet a different ...
Posted 6 Jul 2016 by Hinatauzumaki • 0 answers
Throughout my teens, I had ugly, hormonal, cystic acne that cleared up within the first month of taking Sprintec. I got off it after 14 months and just recently started taking it again (after 3 years). It's been a month and it seems to have made my acne worse. Is that because my body needs ...
Posted 1 Jul 2016 by slagrange • 1 answer
my teen-aged daughter was recently diagnosed with mild bipolar disorder, and has been prescribed escitalopram. I read that one should tell their doctor if they have bipolar disorder before taking the medicine. What are the risks!
Posted 22 Mar 2016 by bubshine2103 • 1 answer
I have had depression issues for most of my life (as well as a lot of family). I tried Zoloft when I was in my late teen years and it made me feel lethargic and my thinking and memory was basically blank, so I stopped taking it. After about 5 years I met with a psychiatrist who basically said that ...
Posted 22 Feb 2016 by allyson06 • 2 answers
My son is 13yrs old and 125lbs, he was just put on Celexa 20mg for depression and suicidal thoughts. I have read everywhere that this is not a drug for children. Can someone explain to me why doctors are putting him on this instead of Lexapro, which is safe for children?
Posted 28 Dec 2015 by aenglis6 • 3 answers
So I've always had bowel problems. It started at such a young age. My mom used to have to give me enemas. During my teens I never went the average amount but I usually went every 3 to 4 days which I guess was normal for me. Now, I am in my early twenties (24 to be exact) and I'm not sure ...
Posted 1 Nov 2015 by C98 • 1 answer
I am parent to a teenager with a severe form of delayed sleep phase syndrome which has totally disrupted his life and resulted in him having to leave f/t education a couple of years ago. He is unable to fall asleep until at least 7am so misses most of the day and is depressed as a consequence. ...