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Joy is experiencing difficulty in remembering things and confusion. Not able to articulate things. Last time lasted about 4 days. Started again day of 3rd chemo and 2 days later having same problem. Yesterday she joked that she has chemo brain. She heard the nurse mention this during chemo. She's actually pretty funny, and when she starts to get anxious my sister says...take an ativan. It does the trick every time immediately. She usually takes ativan for 4 - 5 days after chemo.
During the worst episodes I cannot sleep for 36 hours, and one time for 48. I only pass out from sheer exhaustion. 4. My short term <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>memory</span> and concentration have been slowly fading. I have no insurance and no money. I am exhausted from sleeping only 2-3 hours a day for over two months. Is there any way I can get help from the government? I live in NJ, USA. A person can only endure so much.
Is it possible for an antihistamine to cause a psychotic episode? Maybe not even a psychotic episode but short term memory loss, insomnia, personality loss/change, but not enough that the person doesn't realize that they are being inhibited mentally? Then all of it stops after the antihistamine is discontinued?
I have taken Loraz in the past for anxiety and I have definitly had instances of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>memory</span> loss. Maybe you are taking to much, probably should call the doc. Good luck.
I believe you can do immunotherapy (allergy shots) for this kind of allergy. Get pillows for sleeping that are dust mite resistant and <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>memory</span> foam for your bed. There are ones that are dust mite resistant. We also use air mattresses with the memory foam on top so that the dust mites can't just hang out in our mattress, it can be steamed, wiped down, more easily. Vitamin C with quercetin and bromelain are really good natural antihistamines. Might want to look into D- Hist from amazon.
What could be the cause of bruises like this? I have a good <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>memory</span> and know I wouldve remembered injuring this area. I was on allegra-d for a while due to allergies??? I also take excedrin frequently but not so frequently within the last few weeks?? Any thoughts would be sincerely appreciated!!! Thank you!!
I sometimes feel hallucinating and loss of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>memory</span>,sudden chills and itchy bumps on the head of my penis, i have been to a doctor and complain but he said it is nothing to worry about, for me i know am no longer myself and am very concerned..
Do you think it will be alright to wait till Monday when they re-open to call the vet to refresh his <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>memory</span> regarding their problems with Steroids.? Anyone got any alternative type treatments we can use for our little dogs. We need advice!
Over last year adult male in good health age 66- problems with short term <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>memory</span>, working with detailed items, more dyslexic in writing, aversion of people i.e. more reclusive, wanting quiet not interaction (mental "overload" trying to cope with the action}, frustration with detail items and processing detail information to troubleshoot or analyze, edgy and prone to short temper, No headaches or any physical symptoms, sleep ok, etc.
Yes I'd be interested in reading those studies. Ginkgo has shown efficacy on tardive dyskinesia and has potentially shown to be of help in the other manner you said. As I've stated I take it for tardive dyskinesia under strict psychiatric supervision. The important thing to understand is because of the fact that ginkgo reduces blood coagulation there are many medications (asprin, Motrin) that cannot be taken with it and others that may interact.
I feel pressure on my head and behind my eyes. I am having <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>memory</span> loss. I get sharp pain headaches. I am always dizzy! I feel derealization. I see dark at times- I feel like I lose my vision for a few seconds. I hear swooshing noises along with my heartbeat especially when I lay down. Blurry vision. I'm starting to suspect pseudotumor celebri. I am a young woman who is overweight.
, but he has had extreme short term <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>memory</span> loss and extreme weakness. Can Anything be done or recommended for the <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>memory</span> loss?! He is a fruit loop and it breaks my heart. He is still in the hospital going through PT, he is extremely weak and the memory loss persists. He is a mess! Can anything be done to help him get better or are there any drugs that can help with the memory loss?
One ingredient of it, Acetaminophen is toxic to liver if taken in large quantities, which is exactly what you are doing. You are also overdosing on an antihistamine Doxylamine , which can cause bladder retention and memory loss among other things. It would seem that the nightly dose of Codeine has already caused you to be addicted to this concoction that is only meant to be taken occasionally for coughs and colds.
I'm not sure if the two are related but I've also been having a lot of trouble focusing, and short term <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>memory</span> loss. Things like sitting something down in a weird place so that when I look for it moments later,I cant find it. (Spent 4 hours looking for my key yesterday only to find I had placed it in my backseat.) Whenever I do get a good nights sleep the next day I will be really tired.
http://www.drugs.com/pro/ambien.html#S5.1 I would never live a child in car or let a older person drive a car under these 2 medications. But she should never stop them by herself. Talk to her dr. and educate yourself about medication with older person. She insists that the doses of her meds are too low to cause any sudden, bizarre reactions Is it possible that she took more without knowing. If it does not work she might have toke more and not remember .Ambien is known to cause memory laps.
-ADHD symptoms magnified -especially concerning short term <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>memory</span> and losing items -I start something then walk away from it, then come back and "notice it" with some degree of surprise -When I lose something I panic and kind of go into a dissociative state where I can't find it -Bad allergies which cause mental confusion -with the sense I am physiologialccy of balance until I take a pill and must do this to stay sane -sensitivity to most allergy meds includin
some examples of other symptoms that I have, linked to MS, are; problems with <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>memory</span>, depression, mood swings, shortness of breath, dizzy after physical exertion(in the summer after being constantly exposed to heat I am able to exercise but I sweat profusely!!!), Anxiety, heart palpitations and it goes on....for more info google " Multiple Sclerosis symptoms"...
the other ingredient, Paracetamol, is toxic to liver if taken in large quantities, which is exactly what you are doing. You are also overdosing on an antihistamine Phenyltoloxamine, which can cause bladder retention and memory loss among other things. It would seem that the nightly dose of Codeine has already caused you to be addicted to this concoction that is only meant to be taken occasionally for coughs colds and congestion.
You can apply an anti-itch cream or lotion to the affected area. Oral antihistamine, such as Benadryl can also be used. You should take a comfortably cool bath and wear smooth-textured cotton clothing. You should choose mild soaps without dyes or perfumes and use a mild, unscented laundry detergent when washing clothes, towels and bedding. Please take a second opinion from a dermatologist if the symptoms persist.
One ingredient of it, Acetaminophen is toxic to liver if taken in large quantities, which is exactly what you are doing. You are also overdosing on an antihistamine Doxylamine , which can cause bladder retention and memory loss among other things. It would seem that the nightly dose of Codeine has already caused you to be addicted to this concoction that is only meant to be taken occasionally for coughs and colds.
also can cause dizziness and short term <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>memory</span> loss and even confusion, and shaky hands could be caused by hypoglycemia. There are so many disorders and symptoms out there that it could be a combination of things... it is best to just ask your doctor, but I know how you feel and even doctors are not always on target. I hope this helps, and good luck!
I'm drained, depressed, have short <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>memory</span> loss, and my brain starts to feel that I'm tapping on the reserve tank !!! Is it normal not to feel when the medication is kicking in? Is a benzo the same as another benzo? Is it reasonable to change from one to the other? I realize that my story is not very clear and I'm really sorry for that, but my brain is so foggy right now that I can't think straight.
I thought it would be a bust. I couldn't understand how an antihistamine could help with central related vertigo. Maybe it will keep me from sneezing...do you think.
I've never noticed that it becomes more active during the spring, but I did find that a few years ago it had gotten to where I was feeling weird all day long. My tongue would feel thick and I just felt strange like every few minutes. Also, my <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>memory</span> got absolutely horrible. I finally went to a Neurologist for the first time and was diagnosed with what I had already diagnosed myself a couple of years before.
Benadryl is a antihistamine, and the particular antihistamine that is in it "Diphenhydramine" slows down the respiratory, lower then what the Benzo already bring it "thats the reason they give cronic hyperventilation people benzos, to slow down the breathing" The combination can cause DEATH...
Hi, Before considering Xolair, you need to make sure that you have covered all other allergy treatments - testing and immunotherapy, good antihistamine (like Zyrtec and Allergra), strict allergen exposure controll... Your insurance company will require "proof" that all these measures have been tried before aproving Xolair treatment. If that doesn't improve your asthmna, it sounds like Xolair maybe a good option for you.
I took it as what they said, and I didn't worry too much, and they had prescribed me naproxene, and while I was taking that, I felt some weird swelling and tingling in the face, I then again went to the ER and the doctors say that I probably just had a allergic reaction, so they then prescribed me some antihistamine, so I wouldn't have a allergic reaction to naproxene. Well, everything went fine afterwards.
I took it as what they said, and I didn't worry too much, and they had prescribed me naproxene, and while I was taking that, I felt some weird swelling and tingling in the face, I then again went to the ER and the doctors say that I probably just had a allergic reaction, so they then prescribed me some antihistamine, so I wouldn't have a allergic reaction to naproxene. Well, everything went fine afterwards.
I took it as what they said, and I didn't worry too much, and they had prescribed me naproxene, and while I was taking that, I felt some weird swelling and tingling in the face, I then again went to the ER and the doctors say that I probably just had a allergic reaction, so they then prescribed me some antihistamine, so I wouldn't have a allergic reaction to naproxene. Well, everything went fine afterwards.
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