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Hi SyedMashor. Well, your plethora of prescribed medications is a concern. ---It seems from a fast look , that a comprehensive assessment of these is absolutely necessary, in regards to: 1. Proven need and function. 2. Risk/benefit analysis 3. Drug interactions 4. Safer and/or natural alternatives 5. Long term implications --- Enbrel is a biologic, with immunosuppressive properties and it works as a Tumor Necrosis Factor inhibitor. It is very expensive everywhere in the world.
for instance, my face has a tendency to be oily, but my legs/arms are always dry and often feel like alligator skin - because in summer, we use the air conditioner and in winter, we use the furnace; both remove moisture from the air.
It was triggered off by an allergic reaction to Benzalkonium Chloride which is a preservative and disinfectant. It's in the anesthesia for eye exams and I had my first reaction to it in January. During that time, my hypothyroidism was going up and down, and never stable. That was the added component which diagnosed the condition. I am so sensitive to this ingredient that my eyes turn bright red, burn and itch.
wow - i would have never thought of the chlorine in the water. i'll suggest it to my brother-in-law. since the doctor recommended it, you might try taking a low level antihistimine such as benedryl if you shower in the evening. some people have a "sleepy" reaction to benedryl, although it wears off after using it awhile. good luck!
Hi, I have just diagonized with GERD only but negative to H.Poly bacteria. I have to tried variety of medicines (including homeo) for GERD but nothing works. Usually I don't blurp a lot. But there is lot of pain (not pain exactly but sort of strange feeling on the upper part of the stomach and doctors say this is common due to GERD) But I must say that I felt a lot better with had the candida related drug (Called Threelac bought from US). Usually I feel worse during the winter.
especially running and lifting weights. I have to stop every once in a while just to yawn (frustrating) to stop from getting dizzy. It's also noticeable as I am trying to go to sleep and/or when I've had a glass or 2 of wine. I was "diagnosed" with exercise-induced asthma 9-10 years ago, but I think this was a mis-diagnosis as the inhalers never work (I've tried all sorts) and they usually end up making me feel worse.
I am kind of in the same boat. My last menstral cycle was in September .. and it is now Nov. 25 and still nothing. I feel pregnant, but I just took a blood test yesterday and it came up negative. How odd huh? I don't know what to do about it. I know that I am pregnant and definitely feel it. I have had one prior pregnancy, and hope this is another one. Can blood tests be wrong ?
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