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So you guys think even with an open skin tear, though minor in size, I didn't get HIV from fingering this lady? I wish I could somehow explain my symptoms, especially the feeling of having a jammed finger that I didn't jam.
Under the new government guidelines THC testing levels will be reduced to 50 nanograms. Many more THC false positives can be expected in 1994. Dristan Nasal Spray, Neosynephren, Vicks Nasal Spray, Sudafed, etc. and others containing ephedrine or pnenypropanolamine. Over the counter appetite suppressants which contain propanolamine. Most common nasal decongestants can cause a positive reading for Amphetamines.
Do you feel better if you lay flat or drink a lot of caffeine? Those are stop-gap ways to help leaks (as in you can do them at home). I had crud coming out of my nose for some time - if it smells horrid, it may be infection. If metallic, that is CSF. Another way to test CSF is to use a glucometer as CSF has sugar, and snot does not. Usually one gets more follow up post op pit - and has replacements for hydrocortisone (cortisol) and thyroid - which may account for why you feel old.
Your list isn't long and crazy at all -- it's good that you are watchful and keep track of what you are experiencing. That's helpful data for your doc in sorting things out. Lyme can sometimes affect memory, because Lyme can cause brain irritation/inflammation and messes with the whole hormone system, so there are a bunch of things affected. The good news is that after I was treated, my memory was fine again. So hang in there.
I can totally relate to you. I am going in next week for a ct scan of my throat, I've had tons of other tests done and they can't find anything but reflux. None of the meds for that has worked. Just curious, do you have a dog or cat? My doctor ran allergy tests on me and says I'm allergic to animals (I've had them my whole life too) anyway your body can start to have a reaction to your allergies and create a thick mucus in throat. Now......
Went to school in Utah for 5 years and the ENT doctor in Utah told me it was allergies. Gave me Allegra. Helped only a little, still was constant. I read a lot of things online about this subject. Found a lot of information on dairy products causing phlegm. I ceased drinking milk (at the time I drank about 2 gallons a week). Although I couldn't forgo the cheese. Necessity. Phlegm problem went away for the most part. So I attribute 90% of my phlegm to dairy products.
Surely nothing like the INC itch, but I totally sympathize and understand how it can drive you nuts and make you super cranky. Very frustrating. And yes, between the bad taste and the itch, I'm a cranky daggone camper these days!! Gurrrr.....
If you notice a commonality to the allergy, great, you can avoid those things. You can even write down everything you were exposed to, close to the day you got the reaction, and figure it out. And anytime you get a runny nose, you are going to get a headache, so could be a few allergies are at the root of your migraines. Which a very good idea if you tend to get allergic, is to build up your immune system by eating well and so forth, the stuff I recommended earlier.
Two years ago, I began to experience severe pressure in my head, sometimes I can feel like electricity or something move around in my head. I know this sounds ridiculous but to me it is real. I have blurred vision. I went for a complete eye exam and everything came out normal. I think the scariest part of this is the way my eyes feel. I notice that when the pain is more severe in my ears and head, my eyes feel worse. As I write this, my head feels clogged.
easily visible ' worms' of green/brownish color. i have every animal listed as carriers so it makes sense in my case. plus...you can SEE them in the mucus!
One thing you can do to help out, with any particle like that of smoke is, you can put in a whole house filter. The best in the business for price and efficiency is the Polarized Media Filters made by Electrobreeze. I would suggest these because I've had a friend that had problems with stuff that she was breathing in, and now doesn't have that problem any more. To get some more information on these I'd visit www.airlifeone.com.
Are you sure it's not an ear infection? Or fluid in the ear? That can happen with a cold or sinus infection. Do you have sinus trouble? What kind of noise is it? Sometimes I hear my heartbeat in my ear when I lay down. I dont' know if it means anything. I do have high blood pressure, though. Since you are young, that is probably not your issue.
I take Zyrtec, Prevacid and Rhinocort Aqua (nasal spray). I hope this helps and you feel better.
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The technique in this manual involves bending over in a hot shower. Obviously, if you bend over in a shower, there is a slight possibility that you can get dizzy and fall down. You could possibly hit your head, get knocked out, or break something. It’s a tiny risk, greater if you are older, overweight, obese, or have reduced blood flow in your neck arteries, but it’s a risk you must assume if you want get rid of an otherwise untreatable sinus infection.
If you've ever seen one, maybe ask your land lord if you can bug bomb your place. If you have animals, maybe have someone watch them for a few days while you shampoo and vacuum your carpets (and couch). If you feel better without them, maybe try giving them baths once a week. Dust- computers and electronics, Try to do this at least once a week. Do your neighbors have plants near where your windows are? Or smoke near you? That can cause tons of problems with headaches and sinuses.
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It is available as a 5 mg breakable (scored) tablets, so you can cut the tablet in half and take the 2.5 mg dose if needed. The recommended dosage for adult and children over 12 years old is 5 mg ONCE DAILY in the evening. For patients who have kidney and liver impairment, a lower dosage is recommended. The most common side effects include drowsiness, fatigue, dry mouth, nasopharyngitis, and pharyngitis.
I've often wondered if the itching only seems more intense because we are still. If you can, are you able to lay down during the day just to see if it is the stillness that makes us realize that there is something unusual going on? I used to tell my derm doc the very same thing about heat, I live in Arizona (so you know I'm indoor all of the time) and he wasn't impressed with this at all. I don't know what will.
does that imply even in the case where i had a small cut in the area due to shaving...??? my last question sir???
Do not use any menthol saline or cold formula salines try to get just saline, I used Simply Saline with .09% sodium cloride. Get a friend ,You can do it, You can do it!!! Your breathing will be hell for 3-4 days but your life will improve dramaticly, Good luck, If I could do it so can you !!!!
Basically, an FEV 1 of 70 for you may be perfectly healthy. If you are feeling good and not struggling in anyway to breathe, I wouldn't worry about not being "normal." Hang in there. Put together a top notch medical team. Be sure to include your primary care provider in all decissions. Your pharmacist is also a great resource for health information and help. It is important that ALL your prescriptions be through the same pharmacy and that you develop a raport with them.
My diagnosis for the leisons in the first link was guttate psoriasis as shown in link number 3. As you can see, guttate looks similar to the T.M.E.P. in link 2. I will file this away and mention to my dermatologist if I think it becomes relevant. Good luck in resolving your skin issues. BTW I have similar triggers for my rosacea and the combination of Allegra and Zantac is interesting. If you have any more infor or studies on that two-drug combination, please let me know. -- Jim http://www.
age 29, orthonovum 1/35 for dysmenorrhea, sudden loss of vision in left half of left eye at work in am-blood pressure high, no hx of migraine, vision faded back in within the hour. No headache till after vision restored, then headache grew to disorienting proportions by night. Discontinued bcp's. Never recurred. age 35, referred by gyn to renal/hypertension dr-good workup, hbp, prescribed Procardia-I didn't like what I read about it, never started meds, never rtnd, no symptoms at the time.
It began in 1976 and re occurs every 5 to 6 years. I get a sore throat (not tonsils but when you swallow) I now go straight on antibiotics and use Bricanyl inhaler although it doesnt seem to have much effect except to cause alot of mucus coughed up from the lungs. It causes me to have spasm coughing and if I cannot control this to 3 or 4 coughs my windpipe closes over making it hard to breath in or out.
Pepper resolves the phleghm breakage. Tumeric resolves inflammations in lungs or respiratory tract If you cant get other ingrediants, you can as a minimum use just pepper and tumeric in milk. - Clear off the nose before you go to sleep. - Sleep STRAIGHT...or in any other good positions.. refer to the internet for more info on good positions of sleeping.. - Most of all, control coughing and inhaling the phleghm form your nose.. Many times, a habit is the real root cause to this problem..
so many doctors put off diagnosing it but, it is really something you can look into. A place called Genova Labs (I think in South Carolina) has a stool sample test that you can send in on your own ($46 with no insurance) the test takes 2 weeks but, the results are worth it!!!!!!!!! Candid is SO overlooked! I think $46 is worth it....
Some of the withdrawl is hard and you feel a kind of low grade malaise as you go through it...Hang in there. You will start to feel better after awhile. Exercise, talk to friends and family about what is stressing you...like a class full of fifth graders (which by the way, is probably the best age to teach..lucky for you). I am a school social worker. The stress some days is just incredible..
Anti-histamines like Cetrizine can be taken to treat the itch and the rash. You could apply an anti-itch lotion on the affected areas. If all the blood tests turn out to be normal then you would have to probably consider and treat this as an allergy. ref:http://www.myonlinewellness.
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