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Work with good doctors and they will eventually get you back to good health. It may take a long time (3+ years for me), but it is possible. Also, pulmonary function tests can be a little miss leading. The numbers are based on 'norms'. You may not be close to the norms even healthy. I have the opposite problem. My normal is far above the norm so doctors think I am ok when I am 30% below what is healthy for me. Basically, an FEV 1 of 70 for you may be perfectly healthy.
Had total shut down in my breathing abilities. Had ProAir on hand and had to take it every three hours for four days to to feel I was able to breath at all. I started researching and I found that Symbicort can cause Adrenal failure and Immunosuppression. You wouldn't think possible using medications for 30 days. I began with having food intolerance to most everything. I found I could no longer tolerate preservatives, food colorings, the list goes on. I cough constantly.
As allergy problems can go hand-in-hand with thyroid issues, I think it is important to recognize ill-effects whether it is with medicine or food. For example, the allergies I developed are to corn, citrus, shellfish and papaya and their derivatives (certified, diagnosed, skin-test allergies!) - derivatives of all of which can be contained in the fillers or capsule. As a result, my bad reactions to medicines are usually not to the medicine proper but rather to the filler ingredients.
But in all fairness to the country, DH's employer has made it that much worse and they have also made it virtually impossible to leave. This, after taking him for granted for wa-a-a-ay too long. So we were looking for a new job for him and it's been a bit of a roller coaster ride for the last couple of months but now, I am over the moon to be able to say... WE ARE OUTTA HERE!!! WOO HOOOOOOOOOO... Got a few months yet to go but that's fine.
I have a good doctor (specialist) but he doesn't explain things to me. I'm trying to be better at understanding the situation and what I must do. I find it hard to take a lot of meds - just a quirk of mine or stubbornness. I will look into the homeopathic medicines and the mask. Again, thank you.
Use a standard calendar and mark the days that you have a headache, how severe it is on a scale of one to ten, what you took for it and how long it lasted. Also note anything that you think could have precipitated it. By keeping this over time we can tell if our efforts are helping. 10. Riboflavin (vitamin B2) 400mg daily helps prevent migraines in many people. It comes in 100mg size tablets, so you will need to take four of them each day. You can add it to anything else we try.
I could never tolerate prednisone ever. It seems that it helped for the day or two that I could take it. I take it with food it doesn't matter. I have trouble with all types of those meds. I did the Afrin for three days and have just run out of Flonase. My ENT does allergy testing and the shots, my insurance pays for that had all that done so many years ago - know all the main ones, mold, ragweed,house dust, oak pollen.
There is so much info out there, it is really hard to wade through it all. There are tests you can take at home for heavy metals, adrenals and Candida. They are the exact same tests that my doctor charged me a lot of money for. They're run by the same labs and everything! If you are interested, I can send you all the information. Also, please feel free to message me if you have any questions. God bless!
Also, how long does it usually take to see results? Like if there is no change in a week or so, is this not the treatment for me? Thanks!
It doesn't matter what temperature the water is, or how long I am exposed to it for, for the hives to occur. The thing I find strange is that it only affects my torso, and never my legs, face, or lower arms. I was only 2 or 3 years ago when i researched "water allergy" on the internet that I came to know what the condition was called. Everything I read about Aquagenic Urticaria that described the symptons, exactly matched what I have experienced for the last 23 years...
Apparently fluid can seep from the back of the nose and go down the throat the brain reacts to stop the fluid going into the lungs which closes the voice box, this then stops you breathing, the brain then realises that the lungs arent working so wakes you up and that is why you wake up coughing and trying to get your breath, this is how it was explained to me. I have been told that it is not dangerous and that I will always wake up, it is just very stressfull.
Advair, Singulair, Neonase, Albuterol, Combivent plus benedryl and if that doesn't work, I go to Zyrtec then to Allegra... I also drink a ton of Dayquil when it gets really bad.... Take Mucinex and other mucous thinners. It's been very hard to just get gulps of air.... Sigh. So Prednisone went in at 7 am today. I've been terrified that I'd have to take the Prednisone - for fear of "reactivating" the HepC virus... But because Dr.
I want to go back to the NT, but worry about bottoming out again. Would raising the NT by 1/2 grain to start work? How long should I hold it for before raising again? I have Ferretts Iron. It is Ferrous Fumerate 325-108. Suggestions on the low cortisol?
I have had a read of the info on ICV and it definately sounds plausable, however is there a test available to determine if the valve is working? Also how long did it take you to get cured???
Having to hawk and spit every verse or so does not do wonders for one's stage presence. I can force myself to ignore it for a bit, but holding back like that causes it to get worse to the point of hacking, gagging, and full-on puking. (Fun. 'Hey, let's go see the local band. I've got front row tickets, bring a tarp!') Now -- I had a goodly portion of respiratory problems when I was younger, mostly secondary to an immunodeficiency.
Tomorrow is one week since starting ibuprofen, and not only does it still smell like smoke, but my eyes, nose, and throat burn when the smell gets stronger, which it does if I just try to ignore it. So, last night I went to bed sniffing an unlit scented votive to mask the phantom smell and avoid the sore throat, etc. I woke up last night and still smelled smoke. Today I smelled smoke in the car and at the store when there was no smoke.
I am 45 and I cannot live the rest of my life like this anymore. If that does not work, then I am praying for death to take me. I can't kill myself because I believe I will go to hell if I do that.Jesus cured so many people when he was here. I wish I could just reach out and touch him and I know I would be cured too. But he isn't here. Thanks all for reading this.
The prednisone does help for a while, but as someone stated they won't give it to you for long. I am on antibiotics now, and woke up at 3am with an itching, allergic reaction, and my throat on fire, red, red, red. Called my doctor, doubled my antihistimine, nasal sprays, etc. Do sinus rinses. I do have 2 dogs, but try to keep the house clean. I am actually thinking of paying someone to do the cleaning now!
Vicks Formula 44M containing Dextromethorphan, and Primatene-M containing perylamine as well as the pain reliever Demerol, and prescription anti-depressant Elavil test positive for opiates up to three days. Even Quinine water can also cause a positive reading for opiates. Poppy Seeds such as the ones on a bagel from your favorite deli, etc. The journal of Clinical Chemistry Vol.33 No.
, but he does refer to a clinical study that showed it doesn't work well for some. I looked up Neti Pot and watched a number of demonstrations on "YouTube"... seems to be a favorite subject for "producers", both serious and fun. As I have used only a syringe that holds no more than a couple CC of liquid there is very little coming out the down-side nostril. Last night I used only saline spray and a dry mouth treatment.
I sure do hope that it becomes FDA approved sooner than later. New medications for FM and CFS-ME take a long time to work their way through the system. It's very sad for those who suffer, and now with the recent discovery of the XMRV retrovirus, I hope new alternatives will become available to treat the infected people properly.
But i'm only approved for 3 months so far... I was just wondering how long it took for the hives to stop appearing, what the dosaging has been and how often for the shots because my doctor seems convinced that you only need 3 because of an article he read but most of my research suggests otherwise....
If your doctor is worried that you might have pneumonia, a chest x-ray can look to see if there's an infection, especially for those who have coughed for more than 3 weeks. With a viral bronchitis, you should avoid antibiotics especially zpacks (Zithromax / azithromycin) which are overprescribed for these symptoms , and can lead to side effects and adverse drug reaction such as rash, antibiotic drug resistance and yeast infections.
The last one about 2 years ago stopped me breathing in and out completely for 10 to 15 seconds and I thought I had bought it. The spasm cough causes it all and when it goes away (usually 4 to 5 days) things are relatively normal although a normal cough stays with me for weeks after. I notice if I catch it early (which means I carry antibiotics with me all the time) it is not as nearly as bad. Doctors have diagnosed this as Asthma, chronic bronchitis, bronchial asthma etc etc.
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I too started breaking out in hives after taking the antibotic Solodyn for acne. After a trip to the ER, it was assumed that I had an alergic reaction to the medicine. I stopped taking the medicine after only 3 weeks and needless to say, I am still breaking out in hives and have joint pain. I have been tested for allergies and that was negative. I have had bloodwork done and it was negative. Just wondering if anyone else was experiencing same symptoms.
Doctors may prescribe antibiotics for 10 to 12 days, and if that doesn’t work, as it rarely does, they may prescribe a different antibiotic for anywhere to 4 to 6 weeks, which is often effective. Sometimes it takes months and even a year of antibiotics to effect a cure. Steroid nasal sprays can also be prescribed, but the medical community is unsure of the possible side-effects of long-term use of steroid nasal sprays.
I also notice it when I am eating?? It is REALLY frustrating and can be embarassing to be gasping for a deep breath when you are out and about with friends or whatever. I do not believe that it is all related to stress. I am a school teacher, and have not worked since May 31, so my stress level is lower now than it ever is. Does anyone have any answers here? It seems like an aweful lot of us are out here suffering the same symptoms in silence.
Like perhaps I can take some acid reflux meds and see if things improve? What's recommended? How long does it take to show improvements? Sorry for all the questions.... After 4 months of dealing with this unknown ailment (assumed to be asthma) - I'm frustrated and just want to get myself back to normal again. Thankyou!
0)..Don't want to get gory however pharmacy sells a generic stool softener that seems to help in conjunction with fiber.....Just one of the little pills normally helps get you regular again so to speak each day----way too much however hope this offers some help... Body aches seems strange to me maybe a viral infection or something like flu....Does advil help them--that does seem odd to just be hitting you...
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