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Raised whelps with some of the rash is new too. Could psyllium from 7 days ago still be culprit? I clearly have diet and stress issues, but not more than I would have had for many years. Rash seems worse at night in home than during day. Especially the feet, but is constant and has been since last week. Most of the rash is related to touching/ scratching an area, but rashes raise on palms, feet, ears, wrists, and occasionally on chest and face w/o being touched.
I also had a reaction to my bra. I paid $40.00 for the Victoria Secret bra sometime last year. I didn't know what was going on. Every time i put it on, it would become very irratating. I wore it to work one night. I was scratching and pulling at it all night. When I got home I pulled it off. I had red blotches across my back and sides. I even showed my husband. I wasn't sure what was going on so I threw the bra away. I haven't had a problem since. I think it was a very sexy brand.
This product should be taken off the shelves NOWWWWWW!!!!!!!! 70 % of women have a bad reaction to it like a intense burning vagina it is horrible. You will want to die!!! Trust me!!! Do not take !!!!! The makers of this evil product are Jhonson and Johnson and I have talked with them several times and they give me the run around and basically tell me in a nice way that they do not care and to call your doctor and lawyer. So I did. But, good news for me is that I am a lawyer...
Well put zeasorb on and got the same reaction as if I just sprayed Tenactin. She tells me it is not a fungus but a form of eczema. She ruled out athletes foot. Does anyone else have a better solution than what the doctor me to use. I plan to call her office and tell her over the counter IS NOT working. I am 47 and when I was a teenageer I used to have excessive sweating on my hands and had the same tiny blisters and itching and later formed to bigger blisters.
maintenance of abstinence for long enough to diagnose and begin treatment of coexisting disorders 5. prevention of relapse Approaches to treatment are many, from classical "12-step" recovery programs resembling Alcoholics Anonymous to experimental interventions utilizing psychopharmacotherapy, psychotherapy, or cognitive-behavioral approaches. Abstinence is essential and must be monitored by frequent, random, unannounced urine tests to screen for cocaine and other drugs of abuse.
-/ Some of the symptoms you mentioned were an indirect result of the reaction, btw. Stress from the discomfort of the allergic reaction as well as stress from multiple outings to the vet will cause a cat to behave strangely. Not that I'd call it strange behavior. It's perfectly natural for any animal to get freaked out from being ill, put in a box, and carted off to an office full of yowling animals (and people!) a few times in a week! It sounds like everything settled down.
) Question - I know Doxil can cause heart damage and some of you had heart checks before starting the treatment - this hasn't been offered for me and that worries me. Question - The veins on the back of my hand are very narrow - I have to put my hands into hot water before they find a suitable one - but they don't use PICC lines until they can't avoid it due to the risk of infection. A port hasn't been discussed.
Hello, I cannot confirm a diagnosis without examination, but it can be foot blisters or fibromas. When a foot is hot and sweaty, the sock sticks to the foot. The sock and foot then rub against each other and the inside of the shoe causing blisters to appear. Plantar fibromas are firm, nodular masses which occur as a single mass or in clusters on the arches of the foot. Make him wear shoes that fit properly and keep feet as dry as possible.
Hi there, I am doing Pegasys + Riba shot no.20 tonight wow I can't believe it <b>No.20</b> anyway I'm letting you know that doing treatment is the best step I have taken in my life lately & please believe that sometimes its not comfortable but the treatment is a 100% Do-able .... keep your plans of doing Tx after xmas, before you know it you'll be on no.20 yourself, it goes fast I tell ya! certainly we do not feel like hell everyday ...
For the past few weeks I have been throwing around ideas as to the best way to respond to this matter. You see a recent article ( Feb.3 , 2009 NY times) titled "Best treatment for TMJ May be Nothing" nearly made me clench my jaw to pieces. While well written, I found that the author, Ms. Brody, relied heavily on out dated and narrow perspective supplied to her by a small group of dentists.
I am willing to accept anything just to get treatment. I would follow all avenues to find out if nuerological or stress or neurological caused by stress. I hope they find something at the Medical center. Until then, I just keep checking the forums to see if someone else has the same thing and finds an answer. Good luck.
Don't get me wrong, there's no way I could have made it without the drug through treatment. Treatment can strip serotonin AND cholesterol which protects serotonin from being stripped from the brain. Since I had very low cholesterol at start of tx this may be part of why the SOC jittered me to pieces. I am NOT an overly ancious type, normally, but the tx gave me my first inklinking as to what psychosis might be about...and a lot more sympathy for the mentally ill.
Hello everyone. I came here a while ago and asked what made you choose MS treatments. You were all very kind and gave me your thoughts about MS treatments and meds. I must say, I was leaning towards MS treatments after reading everyone's posts. Since last week I am experiencing a mild attack (right leg hurting and all tightened up plus skin pain & dizziness). On Thursday I saw my doctor for my annual check up. He did the normal checks, walking on a line and touching this and that...
I have known being the carrier for about 10 years (probably since birth). I first started treatment since Jan 08, due to very high load of DNA (almost 600m copies) and high AST, ALT (200, 600 respectively). Echographie abdominale shows Liver were functioning well (all following tests showed same result). As prescribed by doctor, I have been using Baraclude since. After 6 months treatment (Jul 08), ALT, AST were back in normal range. Virus count dropped to less than 30K copies .
Mine was normal both before and during treatment, but dropped and remained low normal for over a year post treatment. My symptons aren't as bad as yours, so haven't supplemented the testosterone, but you might consider at least trying it, even if you're in the low or perhaps even mid-normal range. You also mention your lab results are out of whack. What tests specifically aren't right?
This causes weakness, pain, and a wide variety of sensory disturbances (as you have described). The treatment for this condition is less than optimal. Treatment is generally not durable (has to be repeated on a chronic basis) and does not reverse many symptoms, but rather prevents further progression. Some sucess has been found with combining 2 treatments at once.
It started after she broke some bones in her foot and in using crutches she got a pressure hive outbreak. We have tried controlling with H-1 antihistamines. They exacerbate her condition rather than control it. We recently tried hydroxychloroquine with adverse side affects. We have tried L-thyroxin treatment as well but the hives did not go into remission.
From everything I'm hearing about these disorders it seems like it's years- if ever- before anyone gets a diagnosis and treatment. And I'm also finding out that sometimes it takes many doctors before we get anywhere. I just keep hoping that ONE of these guys can figure it out! Don't give up. God bless.
I have been to numerous doctors in the past 5 months with the constellation of symptoms described below and still have received neither a confirmed diagnosis or treatment. I hope you can help, and I apologize in advance for my very, very long post... I was a healthy 35 year old female until early December 98, when I developed faint tingling in my fingertips, toes and inside of left leg.
I have been to numerous doctors in the past 5 months with the constellation of symptoms described below and still have received neither a confirmed diagnosis or treatment. I hope you can help, and I apologize in advance for my very, very long post... I was a healthy 35 year old female until early December 98, when I developed faint tingling in my fingertips, toes and inside of left leg.
I have been to numerous doctors in the past 5 months with the constellation of symptoms described below and still have received neither a confirmed diagnosis or treatment. I hope you can help, and I apologize in advance for my very, very long post... I was a healthy 35 year old female until early December 98, when I developed faint tingling in my fingertips, toes and inside of left leg.
I have been to numerous doctors in the past 5 months with the constellation of symptoms described below and still have received neither a confirmed diagnosis or treatment. I hope you can help, and I apologize in advance for my very, very long post... I was a healthy 35 year old female until early December 98, when I developed faint tingling in my fingertips, toes and inside of left leg.
I have been to numerous doctors in the past 5 months with the constellation of symptoms described below and still have received neither a confirmed diagnosis or treatment. I hope you can help, and I apologize in advance for my very, very long post... I was a healthy 35 year old female until early December 98, when I developed faint tingling in my fingertips, toes and inside of left leg.
I must confess that the anxiety ABOUT meds for anxiety seems worse, sometimes, then the anxiety for which the meds were orginally prescribed. That said, unless you have some reason to think that your doc prescirbed something he/she knew WOULD make you feel worse, I'd be inclined to try what the doctor said. You DO say that you take meds "to help," so I assume they do help. And by now you may have read my response to Rite, some of which may be helpful to you.
In other words, there is an excess physical response (too much pain) or an excess biochemical reaction (too much inflammation or swelling). If Acupuncture treatment is given soon after an injury occurs, this encourages the body to correct this excess in a rapid fashion. An improvement is usually noticed after one or two treatments. If an injury is not very severe, 3-4 treatments can resolves the condition. Right after an acute sports injury happens it is helpful not to forget the acronym RICE.
It can be caused directly or indirectly by stress, allergic reactions (hives) heat or sun exposure, bacterial, viral or fungal infections, underlying medical illness or medications. Scaling, blister formation, itching or ulceration may or may not accompany the rash. There are several distinct types of dermatitis such as allergic contact dermatitis, irritant dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, etc.
Temperature changes and stress may cause sweating and aggravate the condition. Treatment is application of amild Corticosteroid ointn the affected area.If it persists inspite of this then get it evaluated by a dermatologist. ref:http://www.myonlinewellness.
I used it for the full 7 nights, each night the itching increased. The last night of the treatment, I woke up sweating. I had a fever and body aches. The following day I developed bumps/sores on my hands, around my mouth, & in my throat. (My kid has hand, foot, & mouth disease so I was certain I caught the virus) Coincidentally, I had an outbreak of sores in my outer labial & pubic area. Of course, I immediately scheduled an appt w/ the ob/gyn.
Similarly, many different lifestyles can combine which could aggravate MPD – such as structural imbalance, stress, fatigue, certain foods and even a simple routine visit with the hygienist for a cleaning. Any one of these is a single drop in the bucket. Structural The one aspect that is always present in MPD is structural imbalance.
The bumps are slight, pretty much the same color as my skin only slightly lighter. The top of my foot though has a line and it's kinda white. It's like a line of small white ish peas in my foot and it itches really bad. The back of my same foot, on my ankle, has a similar line but it's also swollen a bit too and it's white ish. That part doesn't itch, which I don't understand.. If I take a burning hot shower the itch is temporarily calmed, so I end up always taking hot showers to calm it.
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