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my pdoc explained that while alcohal doesn't interact negatively with Lithium, it does dilute it, so it does affect your levels. He said that drinking a little is ok, but remember that alcohal is dehydrating, which is also dangerous when you're on Lithium. If you can, avoid it as much as possible. A little won't hurt you but don't make a habit of it. And don't use it as medicine (self-medicate).
I think I've gotten heat exhaustion twice now, missed 2 days of work. This is not my career, only a 1 month learning experience and I'm considering going to half days, early mornings only. Can this be dangerous or as long as I stay hydrated, I guess I wasn't doing well enough there, or is the heat itself dangerous regardless of whether I'm hydrated. Do I need to quit altogether?
Im hypo and also have hypertension my question is has anyone had experince with this . 1.Does the hypertension medication effect the eltroxin ? 2.Any of you that have both these conditions and take meds for both battle to lose wieght? 3.What would in your experince be the best time to take these meds? For my hypo i take .
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I just want to sleep, no matter how much work there is still to be done, and I get a little foggy in my brain. Over time I learned to test my blood pressure when I started to feel that way. Two weeks ago I was feeling that way and tested it at the local grocery store and I was 97/58 with a normal pulse rate. I have asked Dr's repeatedly how low is to low and get told nothing usually. Out of sheer desperation I asked the local pharmacist for suggestions on what to do when I felt that way.
An ACEi is an angiotension converting enzyme. Here is a blurb: "What are ACE inhibitors, and how do they work? (They decrease the production of angiotensin ll) Angiotensin II is a very potent chemical that causes the muscles surrounding blood vessels to contract and thereby narrows the blood vessels. The narrowing of the vessels increases the pressure within the vessels and can cause high blood pressure (hypertension).
Hey thankyou for that info, I will try it,, and hopefully it will work. thanks again.
I will ge the ultrasound done as soon as I can, but should I get back on the BP meds ASAP??? AND IF ALL THOSE TESTS WERE NORMAL, HOW DOES THAT FACTOR IN TO ALL OF THIS? Sorry if I sound nuts, but I would greatly appreciate some good feedback on this.
He took xrays, did blood work (which was perfect), and didn't really see anything and said to let him rest and put him on inflammitories for 2 months. When I took him back he had all but stopped eating and had lost a lot of weight. They called in a specialist to re-xray him but once again found nothing. That's when he referred us to another clinic for a second opinion, the first thing they did was do a more blood work, and they discovered renal failurel. His BUN was in the 90's.
The left ventricular ejection fraction is calculated to be 54%.... Two questions. How does 54% rate for a man 70 years old with emphysema. Also, I wad determined to try and find out why my pulse is so high and what can be done about it, if anything. Furthermore, I secretly hoped maybe I needed a valve or stint or something that might be impairing blood flow.
Have been taking Co-enzyme Q10. How does the Q10 counter balance a cholesterol tablet? Also, how much Q10 should I be taking? Thanks!
I don't smoke and very seldom drink. Does anyone have any advice? Talking to people that understand definitely does help. I don't really think that someone who has never experienced this can truthfully understand. I wish you all luck in coping and treating.
Do you exercise on a daily basis? How many minutes/day? Do you work out at home or go to a gym? Alone or with a partner? We see all types of questions on the forum asking for ideas on exercise. There is such a wide variety and we all know that we have to pick those exercises that we enjoy and will stick with. We also know that it’s important to combine aerobics with strength training. There are no right or wrong answers; simply what you find most enjoyable for exercise.
We have Rosie a 15 year old rescue *****, possibly shitzu, tibetan terrier cross. Is a lovely tempered, clean, pretty little girl. Suddenly we come down every morning to a kitchen full of urine. Never done this before. Sometimes poo also. Fit as a fiddle, happy, lively, alert in all other ways. We cant afford to spend a fortune on vets. had her checked 6 months ago whilst having booster injections and she was fine, Any suggestions??
Hi there, Well welcome GE! My you do have a lot going on, and this dx must of been a blow to you. I have a few questions. Did you start the Rebif? If so, when did you start? I'm asking this because I'd like to get a feel for where you are at w/the meds, how long it's been, etc. Sounds like you were dx'd quickly. What did the reports say in reference to demyelinating lesions? ARe they in your brain and your spine? If you are able, please describe your pain.
I take Sotalol for afib and tach-no real side effects. It does work well-it is a beta blocker/anti-arrthyhmic. I used to take Coreg for heart failure-no side effects until they upped my dose, then hypotensive and dizzy alot.I was on digoxin to slow my rate, which it did too well.I used to take Profafenone for arrthymhias-no side effects for me. I take red yeast rice and fish oil for cholesterol (both with my cardiologists blessing).
scared to take next one prescribed!! I've been to an Allergist this past week for skin testing... but, does anyone else suffer from BP med allergies? I get itchy all over, cheeks swell, face puffs a bit and face and neck turns bright red...Help!
When she goes through these spells does that mean she cant breath? cause I can hear it in her chest. like a weez. PLEASE help. I'm just at a loss of what to do anymore. But, when she isn't going through these spells she is as happy as can be. Running around like a puppy.
moisture to help keep his Kidneys/Bladder flushed.....Does he like any particular Veggies? How about cooked Sweet Potatoes instead of rice? Anything wet is good for the Kidneys...Not dry! I've attached an article below (Part 1) that may help you with the stones. Part 2 will be in another message..... Attack Of The Killer Grains In this week's article, I wanted to write about Bladder Stones--Struvite & Oxalate Crystals.
I am scared to death - what should I expect or what symptons should I be on the phone to the Vet for? She looks fine on the outside. How much longer does she have?
It's a heart medication that is also used for Kidney Disease....It really does work well!!!! Next, Here is a thread from this forum about Kidney Disease....It is lengthy & quite sad, but is worth the reading.....It may will answer some of your questions for the future.... Here it is:
It is natural for your Blood Pressure (BP) to go up after eating and how much is does depend on what you had. However, it should return to its norm a few hours after. It also increase in exercise and on being startled and this is ok. The problem with your BP being high, is when it is for a prolonged period of time. There are many complications that may occur (including a stroke) if not well managed.
Reason being is that If I can eliminate a problem with my heart at an early age that would help me live a better life. If I go with out any medication and see how my heart does, maybe I could catch an SVT and get it fixed.
We have a vet appointment on Friday afternoon for a recheck and bloodwork. What should I do until then? How do I keep him comfortable? If he does not eat tomorrow or keeps barfing, I think I will say goodbye on Friday. That is unimaginable to me. But I can't watch him suffer. If I do have him put down, should I bring my girls in to that appointment so they can see he has passed on? I hate this so much. Thank you, again.
Recently more bad days than good. I am giving her ice chips which seem to work better for her than lapping. Pedialyte ice is also better. She throws up until she staggers and falls-I am continuously trying to hydrate her and giving her baby food-At times, she is able to keep it down, other times the vomiting is horrible.
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