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I was only out of work for 2 weeks and during that time was somewhat out and about. Symptoms of a new illness presented in March, starting with a canker sore, and progressing to flu like symptoms. I noticed greenish/brown mucus and tooth pain and went to doctor for an anti-biotic (I think Bactrim). I took the antibiotic which seemed to clear up what I thought was a sinus infection but I still wasn't feeling better and my glands were very swollen (they still are too a degree).
Seems like I have heard of more people getting pg with the copper one over Mirena, but in both cases it is still rare to get pg while it is in place. If you are having symptoms there should be enough hcg to be picked up on a pg test in theory. Give it a few more days and test again, if the result is still negative and your period is still MIA, get into the doctor.
She is eating, walking, and sometimes playful. Is she having complications from Ear/sinus infections left untreated? or symptoms caused by cancer or bartonella? Any ideas?
We found mold in our house & had it sent of to find out the type. The types are: Acremonium, Chaetomium, Trichoderma & non-sporulating fungi. We have a 2 year old daughter & a 8 month old son. Our son had a cough for 2+months that would not go away no matter what we did. He ended up with walking pneumonia & got better once we gave him antibiotics. But, within a few days he was coughing again & the M.D. said it was getting back in his lungs & he was wheezing.
It wasn't until I called the MD again, insisting that something is not right..maybe I have walking pneumonia? ashthma? and asked if I couldn't try an antibiotic to rule out why I CAN't BREATH that I ran into a friend who mentioned that she had similar reactions when she was put on allegra, and also her aunt. I have discontinued that med...I'm not 100% yet, but feel I'm improving. Has anyone had a similar experience with this antihistamine?
I was treated for fatigue, blood pressure issues as well as multiple bouts of bronchitis, 4 bouts of pneumonia, stress, migraines and contact dermatitis in this time. I also gained over 100 lbs. After leaving that job and moving my health has improved.
But I am just doing everything I can to try and make it so that I won't say, Get Bronchitis and then Pneumonia. DH came home and saw me making soup. He asked why I was home so early and I replied, "I'm sick." He asked, "Is it the Tramadol? It gives you flu like symptoms, right?" (Someone has been doing research! And I replied, "Um, no this time I think it is the Tramadol causing an immune crash ... so same kinda thing. I just don't wanna get pneumonia.
I had recurrent urinary track infections and was treated with cipro often. Do NOT let the bronchitis untreated or you can end up with pneumonia and that might get you a pink slip. Insist on treatement of symptoms rather than cutting doses.
I did test positive for Pneumoniae IgG and IgA, which had been dormant for 30 years after being diagnosed with walking pneumonia. Who knew? I do take as little Ibuprofen as possible - usually 400 mg first thing in the morning when it is hard for me to move. I've taken more Ibuprofen in the last 2 years than I did the first 61 years of my life. My doctor and I feel that this condition manifested after being misdiagnosed for RA and put on methatraxate which is an immune suppressant.
Today, October 2008 and 5 years later, I continue to experience symptoms exhibiting neurological conditions; right side weakness, migraine headaches, blurred vision, clumsiness, neuropathy, bone and muscle pain, air hunger, vertigo (imbalance), nausea, intermittent high blood pressures, as high as 170/110, especially in morning hours between 7AM and 12PM. The only new symptoms since 2002 is corneal edema and blepharitis. I am also being treated for interstitial cystitis.
It always gets worse over time. Untreated it will eventually result in End-State Liver Disease and death without the option of transplantation. What is the cause of your liver disease? Is the underlying cause treatable? What is being done to manage your liver disease? Was your CT for surveillance of liver cancer?
Silvermoon had to be hospitalized during tx from the asthma aggravation, but did not stop tx. Another member here, recently had a chest pain of unknown origin with no other symptoms(cough, fever, etc) and it turned out to be some "subclinical" infection that the Z pack took care of, did not stop tx either. It seems that we might get "subclinical" infections that might go undetected and untreated during tx, and add to some of the misery we feel.
Hey yall, So I have already seen a neurologist once, this past week, and he is ordering an MRI, which I should have done this week. But just curious about the symptoms that I'm having and if anybody has experienced them. My nuero said that I could have possible dysautonomia, or some cardiac problem. Either way, here's what has happened so far. I apologize if this is long. Just wanted to try to get everything in. I am having the sensation that I'm not in reality, almost like I'm in a dream.
This topic of anxiety symptoms versus real ones has come up a couple times recently and I decided to do a blurb on "Somatization" or the appearance of symptoms that represent anxiety or psychiatric difficulty expressed as physical symptoms. For the last week I have been doing reading and I will tell you that I come away both suspicious of the medical profession's take on this topic and confused about what I really know and what I want to believe.
About 3 years ago, I was diagnosed with mycoplasma pneumonia and viral meningitis. I was in the hospital for 8 days with an absolutely excruciating headache which the physicians on my case attributed to an LP complication. When I had the LP done, the resident had a difficult time getting the spinal fluid. The first puncture was contaminated with blood, and they had to re-do the puncture. Apparently, the holes didn't seal up and was causing an LP Headache.
My father-in-law just had the same reading. The Dr ordered a pulse-ox monitor to be brought out by a nurse, and he wore it all night. Then nurse came and picked it up the next day. Today they brought oxygen out and he wears it during sleeping hours to help him feel better. Check with your Dr, ask him or her about your concerns and how you feel.
Usually a massage and a couple nights walking around the block help. So, for me it's a matter of pain, tingling vs motivation to get off the couch, lol! Mostly the couch wins =) Just part of the fun. Hope ya feel better.
It's hard to diagnose because hoshimotos thyroiditis has alot of the same symptoms, but lupus gives you body pain and it's symptoms flare from time to time. and it really fatigues you. fybromialgia is a pain in your neck and shoulders and it feels like stress with an annoying headache and it runs to your chest sometimes, and it also has flare ups at times.
Can symptoms of anxiety last 24/7? The only relief I get is taking 1 xanax a day, but as soon as the xanax starts to wear off, I feel the symptoms come right back. Can anxiety get that bad?
I believe, hair follicles are not puss or blood filled... (HSV1 & 2 type specific Ab IgG) test can actually tell if these are herpes... If these turn to be herpes, there are many suppressive treatments available those can relieve the pain and reduce the recurrences... Usually, it takes not more than 3 months to show up any STD including the deadliest one HIV... But there are many STDs those are asymptomatic (with no symptoms)... The surest way to confirm is going for all the STD tests...
” “Venality,” because Oprah, from a studio within walking distance of Chicago’s notorious Cabrini Green Projects, pitches a book that says, “The only reason any person does not have enough money is because they are blocking money from coming to them with their thoughts.
I get all that, you are sick, you have symptoms, you get better. Arent the symptoms suppose to go away? Although I am so much better now than I was even 1 month ago. The continued fatigue and weakness, leg pain, even shortness of breath when I tried to do regular things, fuzzy thinking at times esp. when I am overtired. I just cant figure out how to get better, except by resting and Im so tired of that. I returned to work, but find if I work, I can do little at home on my days off.
Then in early November he wouldn't walk, after x-rays and blood work all came back normal our pediatrician diagnosed him with toxic synovitis. He began walking and was back to normal in a couple days. However, the occasional complaint of back paincontinued, most of the time when he was laying down. We took him back in to the Dr. and had more x-rays done. Then in the beginning of December he began to complain of back pain when he was in his car seat.
She is relatively mobile although she does struggle with jumping (in and out of the car, etc) and walking up steps, etc especially if they are too high. She is still relatively fit and often runs around with my sisters four year old dog (he's part lab, part something else). Are you able to offer any advice regarding this situation? It would be most appreciated. Does it make sense to have her treated and then re-evaluate the situation on an ongoing basis?
Start exercising five days a week for one hour per day. Walking is generally the best exercise available because it doesn’t place too much stress on the knees, hips, and back. If you like to run, you may want to mix running into your walks,Tennis, swim, or ride a bike. You must get plenty of sleep much more than our culture commonly believes. Not just eight hours a night, but eight to 10 hours on a regular basis. Sleep is the body’s main way of dealing with stress.
Could be neurological Lyme disease. See www.LymeNet.org and here's a symptoms list for you. I have it and had a LOT of eye problems, sensitivity to light, etc. Very nasty bacteria once it gets into the central nervous system. You have to find a Lyme specialist, though. Doctors don't know about it or its co-infections, believe me.
Two weeks ago around 6pm I had an episode of multiple symptoms that precipitated very quickly, within about three minutes, without warning. These included feeling very weak, shaking all over, light headed/dizzy,numbness/tingling on fingertips and toes, slight shortness of breath and chill. I felt like passing out, flushed. I figured it was from not eating so I grabbed a burger and it seemed to alleviate the problems. Well, it happened again around the same time of day a few days later.
Just like my whole side is being taken over by this. I don't read this in any of the pneumonia symptoms and don't have any other severe chest pain. I am having trouble getting follow-up care for the pneumonia, because I don't have a regular GP on my new medical plan since January and nobody in NYC that takes CIGNA that I have called will see me this week. I will continue to make an effort to see an internist. The fever and cough have subsided and antibiotic treatment seems to be working well.
since he was 5 months old he has gotten fevers up to 106 (never lower than 102). He has never had any other symptoms except one UTI. I've taken him to numerous hospitals and pediatricians and no one can give me any answers. He isnt in daycare and i also have a 7th month old daughter who never catches what he has which makes me even more scared. His peds have done tons of blood work but could never come up with anything.
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