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I am becoming somewhat frustrated with the way a lot of my colleagues practice medicine. Disenchanted, angry would be the other words that could be used. We all get ostensibly that same training and all of us are supposedly in it to help our patients. So, how come have I been getting so many letters lately on my addiction forum from desperate people unable to quit taking the tramadol pills that their own kind doctors have so freely prescribed for them?
If my BP med is causing this, I will quit them tomorrow and face a stroke! Anything to stop this constant post nasal drip and swollen throat. I have been taking ibuprofen for the past few nights and I don't know if it's my imagination or not but it seems to help so my throat must be swelling somewhere or that wouldn't make a difference. Please, does anyone have any answers to this. I'm at my wits end. Also my ENT wants me to have my deviated septum fixed.
Do you dream a lot when you take the Xanax? I think I've finally put two and two together. I go through these periods where I dream constantly, all night, and it really bugs me because I feel like my brain can never rest. And I'm starting to wonder if it has to do with the nights I take Xanax. I haven't had the urge to take a Xanax at night in about a month, so I haven't noticed any dream-filled nights.
pdf And just google it for other articles and medical publications. This is lumped together with Fibromyalgia much of the time, which can exist in conjunction with MPD, but is most definitely different, but many people recognize the name "Fibromyalgia". It may help you to find the "right" doctor. Good luck!
The dizziness resembled being carsick, with lightheadedness and occasional moments of nausea and feeling faint (but I never passed out). I had a CAT scan and blood work twice, and so far no diagnosis for the dizziness/fatigue. It got better for a few weeks but last week I began to have dizzy spells again, this time accompanied by maxillary sinus pressure. I had just switched allergy medications, from Nasonex to generic Flonase, right at the time my symptoms returned.
The feeling was not only uncomfortable it was down right scary I thought something was pulling like a vacuum inside my ears and they would pop.
Now, I take Nexium when needed and Zyrtec every other day since I take enough medicine and don't like it as it is,but what ya gonna do when ur suffering and have no other choice..I wish there was something that would help me like surgery. I am definately ready willing and able as can be...My Neurologist told me @ some ball thing that is attached to ur spine that delivers med. straight way..Ummm..I donno..I am leary of it for some reason.
Lately (the last month or so), I take both one OTC, regular-strength ibuprofen and one OTC, regular-strength aspirin once in the morning and once in the late afternoon which seems to help with the discomfort. Any other advice with this further clarification?
Muscle spasms seems like it fits the best, the weird thing is that it happens so frequently with me, about 40% of the days in a year and those days are usually grouped together. 90% of the time it happens it's while I'm laying down (and thus, trying to go to sleep) and when it does happen I can stand or sit straight up to make the thumping go away, but once I lay down again it comes back. This has been going on for probably more than 7 years. Is this cause by muscle spasms? Is this curable?
I also had a massive ear infection on top of it. I have put together symptoms and realize I have had this a long time. I though it was my neck where I have a herniated disc. On 30 days of steroids, pain meds and sleeping pills. At least I have a compassionate ENT who diagnosed it straight off. I swear he knew before the placed a hand on me. I had been mentioning the swelling just below my jaw and behind my ear for what seems like forever and it was just ignored.
Since introducing the blood type diet I'm experiencing less stiffness and body pain and have been able to cut back on Ibuprofen. This diet is based on the idea that our blood heritage indicates which foods are beneficial (support the body's natural healing mechanisms) and those which are destructive to a particular blood type. All further complicated by the possibility that premenopause is causing fog and other hormonal imbalances.
Theophylline and beta-2 agonists are commonly used together to produce bronchodilation. However, increased or decreased theophylline levels, hypokalemia, and arrhythmias have been reported during their concomitant use. Data have been conflicting. The mechanism is unknown.
especially in conjunction with regular allergies (eye, dust, pollen) and a breathing condition...I know that they all run together and it is difficult to figure out whether or not it's food or environment...argh...
It is ONLY on highways that I have difficulty. I believe that speed and visual cues together are somehow causing this. However, when I am a passenger, I really do not have any problems. It is only when I am driving.
I saw an ENT about 3 weeks ago and had a hearing test - everything was good, and all that I got was some song and dance about it being allergies and to take Zyrtec and Rhinocort. So now I'm taking that, but I have also delved into Colostrum as it is supposed to naturally support your immune system. I have also been taking 5-HTP (50mg) for the insomina/anxiety, but don't go overboard with anything because I have read a few studies that it can backfire if you take too much.
I thought I got a bug bite which caused it. I itched for 24 hours and then finally broke down and took a zyrtec. Next morning all of the welts from my scratching were gone (which led me to believe it was not bug bites, they would have remained). So I have no idea what's causing it. Only new foods I started eating were bananas and yoplait light. Guess I have to live with it. But man it's horrible!
Most recently diagnosed with Angioedema (sort like an allergy, not a heart issue), by my allergist that is an inflammation issue deep in the tissues, normally in the face, eyes, lips, hands, and in my case tongue too. I take Zyrtec and a benedryl at night before bed, it helps with allergy inflammation, but not entirely. Yes, folks, I've been through the ringer. But wait - there's more! I also have TMJ and I've heard that it can cause pain in the neck and shoulders as well.
It's your life and if you're paying someone to help you put the pieces back together, dangit they had better bring glue and instructions. And maybe you just suffer from chronis sinus infections. I suffer from frequent constipation and there's no underlying cause. I'm just not regular! (: I hope that even if what you're experiencing is not anxiety, you find out what it is. You deserve to be happy and worry/pain-free!
Hi my name is Tony and i'm 23 years old.I've been putting together the pieces of this fatigue problem i've had as of recent. For the past three months or so i've been exibiting allergy type symptoms such as: red itchy eyes when i wake up, clear/white mucous from the nose and sometimes phlegm. This has been the 1st year I have had any allergy type symptoms. Preceding these allergies was a year of little sleep, excessive caffeine usage, and some alcohol use.
When you see your doctor, throat redness and irritation and swollen glands are noted, confirming even further that you’re in the middle of a standard upper respiratory infection, or the common cold. Typically, it’ll last anywhere from 3-5 days. A small minority will progress into one of the classic complications of a common cold, such as a bronchitis or sinusitis.
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I definitely understand that if you are in severe pain that is chronic that a doctor that specializes in pain is a must and I understand how important it is to get the pain controlled. Did they actually test you if you were allergic to Ibuprofen and all other NSAIDS( Naproxen generic for Aleve, Advil, Celebrex, and whole bunch of others that are in the same category)?
Have you ever just taken Sudafed (the red tablets), its a decongestant and a Zyrtec at night. The Zyrtec is helpful because it will dry the sinuses, as we know the sinuses can effect the ears & the Sudafed will open things up (just like the steroids would, but the steroids are better for a short duration). I have a friend who has severe tinnitus and this seems to help him. He blames it on years of loud rock music & drag racing...LOL!
It is 4 a.m. and I am desperately trying to figure out why I continue to break out in hives and have joint pain in my elbows, feet, hands and legs. 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.
Welcome Tramadol Warriors! We ... turned .... 40 ... LOL Welcome and I hope you will make yourself at home. Snuggle down, get comfy. There's a lot of information and experience here with getting off Tramadol. It's not impossible, lots of peeps here now living Tram Free Lives! Love & Healing!
Nitric oxide is lethal to bacteria and viruses and is also known to increase oxygen absorption in your lungs from 10-25 percent. This is why it's important to inhale through your nose, especially when you are exercising. Your smell and taste buds are connected. If you can't breathe well through your nose, then your sense of smell will suffer, which means that your sense of taste will be altered as well. This can lead to appetite and weight issues.
It causes me to have spasm coughing and if I cannot control this to 3 or 4 coughs my windpipe closes over making it hard to breath in or out. 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.
For a few weeks now I have woken up with hives on my legs, arms, stomach, and so on. I've tried zyrtec and claritin and neither has really helped. Xyzal seems to work the best. The keep putting me on prednisone, because it is the only thing that will make the hives go away.....I am younger then most of you as I am in middle school......it is so frustrating because I am missing so much school.....any advice???
Please make yourself at home and snuggle down. It will be a bit bumpy, but worth it!
I went back to the doctor he prescribed me zyrtec and told me to take that daily. Well 7 years later zyrtec is now OTC and I have been taken it every day so that I won't break out in hives. If I missed a dose the hives would start. Now I have turned 27 and the swelling is back. It is different this time. It can be my whole hand or hands or feet. But where ever it is it is very painful now. Sometimes I don't know how I can put up with it.
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