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* headache * flushing * indigestion * stuffy nose * changes in vision such as blurring a blue colour to your vision * diarrhoea * urinary tract infection * stomach upset It's also worth remembering that if you suffer from side effects it is quite likely that you are taking too large a dose and reducing your dosage will reduce the side effects or even remove them altogether.
I suspect they'll tell you the same thing, though - you should stop heavy weightlifting. The reason is that duing maximum effort lifts, your systolic BP can exceed 300, which causes high stress on your ascending aorta and leads to further dilation and risk of dissection or rupture. You should go on your beta blocker. It takes some getting used to, but personally I cannot tell I'm taking it now that I've adjusted to it. It can take 6 months or more.
She was referred to a pediatric cardiologist. She had a positive tilt table test (.03 mg nitroglycerin) in April 2006, and given a diagnosis of Neurocardiogenic Syncope. (She left the test with a numb arm and upper lip). She was prescribed .1mg Florinef, the first dose caused a severe migraine headache, so Inderal was added. She was instructed to increase fluids and salt. She eventually started feeling better.
Unfortunately, besides niaspan, statins and fish oil, we do not have any other agents to raise HDL. You are on the maximum dose of niaspan also which is great! There are a few new agents which are being studied but likely won't be on the market for awhile. Make sure you are exercising 30-45 minutes 3-4x per week if possible because exercise helps raise HDL also. You will have to see if any of the stem cell trials whether you would qualify but it is worth looking into.
In total, 44 patients with treated type 2 diabetes were enrolled in the randomized, double-blind, parallel-group efficacy study, with half allocated to the treatment arm of 321 mg of flavanols per dose three times daily. The control patients also received some flavanols, albeit a much smaller amount, about 25 mg per dose three times daily. Baseline flow-mediated dilation (FMD) values were 3.3% in both the treatment and control arms at the start of the intervention.
BUT AFTER A YEAR OF BEING SO SICK AND WEIRD HEART SYMPTOMS, SKIPPING, RACING, FLUTTERING, SHOCKING FEELINGS, I STARTED THE BUSPAR, BUT HAVE NEVER TAKEN A FULL DOSE, AND BY GOLLY, AFTER 2 WEEKS, MY HEART HAS NOT FLUTTERED, SKIPPED , NOTHING, SINCE. AND I ONLY TAKE, NOW 1/3 OF ONE PILL A YEAR LATEER. IT HAS NO BAD SIDE EFFECTS LIKE ANTI DEPRESANTS. NO DOPED UP FEELING, NO SEXUAL SIDE EFFECTS, NOTHING.
Esophageal spasms can be treated via anti-spasm meds or if those fail to help, the use of specific calcium-channel blockers or nitroglycerin. It may or may not work, but also understand that these meds have side-effects, too. As far as the eosiniphilic esophagitis, you need to consider taking a very close look at trying to find out what specific foods may be causing the problem. It's very possible that some of your other symptoms may stem from the presence of this problem.
I have been on a PICC line for this. I am also taking prilosec (80 mg a day..the maximum dose) and it helps reduce the acid that builds up from my food sitting in there so long, but I still spit all kinds of junk back up. Now that I am looking at having to have the j-tube put back in (I already had itin for two years at one point) I would like some help. My doctor doesn't think that anyone should be on a PICC line for regurgitation.
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