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Hi, I think you are on the right track with magnesium, progesterone, and acupunture. Please continue with these for some more time. Also have you been able to identify a trigger for your migraine? I know it is difficult but please try. Take care!
So you went to the hospital for kidney stones,,,,owww i know that hurts gave you a med i am sure you told them you were allergic to and attempted obviously successfully at reversing the reaction thru the benedryl, gave you the fentnayl for pain which is super heavy duty the zofran for nausea probably because the fentnayl was making you nauseous and when your heart started acting up gave you the antropine for some reason that increased the firing of your SA node....
You all probably know I'm here cause I'm still one of the newbies showing my fears and stupidity on here. LOL. You're probably sick of reading about my VER and brain lesions. Just still in the early limbo stage and feaking out but not as badly as I was a couple of months ago. Going through major drama with my youngest daughter. She's going through a phase of "I'm an adult and you can't tell me what to do so everyone back off and leave me alone.
so even though I am doing better I thought I would leave a post with some of my questions. First, thanks to the doctors and CC for creating this site. 1. I had a lone A-Fib back in July...none since. Had some PVCs in late July and early August...but hardly any since. I guess I am wondering the million dollar question...how can I keep my A-Fib episode from coming back? 2. I have heard of people having A-Fib once and it not coming back...what are the percentages on this? 3.
First i would like to tell you that i find this site very helpful when i am having palpitations , as do lots of others from what i am reading and i will apologize before hand for asking the same palpitation questions . however even though we all have them they are a very personal thing in that for myself i talk myself into thinking that they are so different from what others are experiencing.
I have to say thank you for posting this I've had that feeling for a while now and I'm on propranolol for it .
m going to get some multi-vitamins and protein shakes...I was thinking of asking for clonodine and something for anxiety, as well as something for RLS and sleep - when I've cut my meds out before the RLS and the interrupted sleep been the worst part of it for me. does anyone have anything else to recommend? my GP is very helpful and I think she'll give me whatever I feel like I need because I mean it's pretty much every doctor's dream to get their patient off of 24/7 pain meds right? anyway..
I just sent you a comment or two, but come to find out, the message did not take. I will try again. At the risk of being fatherly, I beg you not to come "unglued." As I mentioned on my previous editorials, I have been experiencing this problem, off and on, for about two years. I used to become unglued. I used to stare at the ceiling for hours, "listening" to my wife and my dogs, yes my dogs, sleeping so deeply and I felt benignly jealous.
I've done my share of worrying about them, and have been tested, but my doctors have also told me that they're not going to kill me. I've been on beta blockers (propranolol, etc) for many years for rapid pulse, and they helped by making the PVCs much less noticeable. Around age 40, I was having lots of episodes, and I happened to read an article about NUTS and how they can help prevent irregular heartbeats, so I gave them a try.
He was out of hospital for a day and he's back on it. He is staying with his mother tonight and I've just spoken to him on the phone and he is very negative, was rambling has obviously drank today and was slurring terribly. I was told another drink could kill him. That was 2 weeks ago. He's been drinking up to 5 pints of Guinness a day for over a week. I'm at the end of my rope and don't know what to do.
I am having extreme anxiety over this because all these symptoms are suggestive a heart condition but with all the tests I have had none of my doctors believe it is coming from my heart and they refuse to do anymore testing on my heart or anything else for that matter. They have me on propranolol 20 mg bid and I was just recently prescribed Celexa 20 mg 1 a day and .5 Ativan PRN.
There is a name for this particular anxiety symptom and for the life of me I cannot remember what it's called. Someone help me out here! This was one of my main panic symptoms. Sometimes I would be talking to someone and all of a sudden I would think I feel my throat closing and that I could not breathe. They key word here is "think". Of course my throat wasn't closing. Sometimes I felt a huge lump in my throat and that scared me...
Hi, I am an 18 year old female. For the last 3 months I have had a constant shortness of breath that is very severe and it lasts all day and night. I have had a thorough physical examination and all tests came out clear. My doctor says it is anxiety and even though it is hard to beleive i have convinced myself that it is true. I was under a lot of stress with University and I have had trouble sleeping for years. I am waiting to see a psychiatrist but i am scared.
For around three or four years now, I have been suffering from headaches some two hours or more after the consumption of any amount of alcohol - although typically as few as two drinks upwards of any kind of alcohol. The headaches come on slowly but persistently and follow a line from the left side of my neck across the top of my head to just above the left eyebrow. They are not sharp pains but more of a constant 'throb' and can go on for hours.
I just started having the faint buzzing sensation in my left foot a few days ago, buzing for a second or two between intervals of 3-5 seconds. I thought it was machinery under the floor until I realized it was only in one foot. There is no pain or other symptom that I can relate to it. I am a white male, just turned 60. I was raised in New England and have been doing development work in SE Asia for the past 3 decades.
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